The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 10, 1944
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BLYTHEVILLE <ARK;)' COURIER NEWS .' Coming Eventi -i' ' MONDAY Woman's v Society of Christian Senice, First Meth'odlst Church, meeting at church for program and social" meet Ing, 2:30 p. ra. Woman's .-Society -of Christian Service,--lake Street Methodist Church, meeting with Mrs. Cleo Pope and Mrs. George Slllwell, co- hostesses, at Pope : home, 314 Doug«i>, 2:30 p. m.. .. Women's Council of First Christian Church"riieetlnK "at church, 2:30p.-in. :.,; ..',.-• . • ... , Women's Missionary', Union, First Bapt!4{ Church,meeting 1 in circle groups;". Circle 1,' Mrs. R. E. Vnn- Hooser, ,Circle. 2, Mrs. Ted King Circle 3, Mrs.'Pearl Hires, Circle 4, Mrs. Josephine Wert, Circle 5, Mrs John JSuchapart.. ',.••'.'. .'. Women's Missionary'Society, Cal vary Baptist, Church, meeting,. al church,.7:30 p.'m. 1 ' - ....'. Circle.''Two,: Calvary Baptist Church,'; meeting with Mrs. Roy Pruitt, 8 p. m. • Women's Auxiliary, First Presby'. terl ah','Church, meeting UV circle groups: .Circle 1, Mrs; L. D. Chamb- Hn, with Mrs.' James B.-Clark, cd- . hostess.,Clrcle 2, Mrs.' R. P. Klrshner: Circle' 3,: Mrs. Rodney Banister with Mrs, ; B. S. Simmons, co- hostess, 2:30 p. m.t Circle 4, Mrs. Jesse',M.; NVhite, : -with Mrs. Alice Womack, co-hostess, 8 p. m. -.' , TUESDAY ' La Neuve Club 'meeting with Miss Eugenia Crawford. Double G. Club .meeting with Mrs. Albert k. : Taylor.: ./» ., • Mrs. Cecil Wroten and Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford entertaining Chnr- levolx Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, at 1 o'clock luncheon at Hotel Noble. .WEDNESDAY • . Miss Edythe George entertaining Friendly Seven Club. A.D.o. Club meeting with Mrs. William Young. THURSDAY G.N.B. Olub meeting with Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp. Mrs. o. W. McCutchen entertaining Thursday Contract Club. FRIDAY . Friday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. W. M. McKenzle, Mrs. Layfette Mai- entertaining 400 Club. He/p Heeded At Red Cross Bandage Room . "Friday, morning, only three days after D-Day, saw only seven women at the local Red Cross bandage room for the Impordvht work nf waking surgical dressings, work that hourly grows more vital as battle casualties in Europe mount Only seven women out of the several thousand women In Bly- thevlilc, women whose loved ones might even at that moment be giving their lives In tile ttruggle now going on for freedom and right,'' Mrs. B. A, Lynch, chairman of the surgical dressing project of the Chlckasawba District of the Red Cross, said today. : "Every wound must be dressed, not just some wounds, or certain wounds, but all wounds, large or small, must be dressed and dressed often." . ' Reminders like , that In letters from overseas should keep the volunteers of Chlckasawba .District Hed Cross chapter loyal to their task of surgical dressing; making even In these hot days, according to Mrs. Lynch. But response in Blytheville has not been adequate to the growing demand for the bandages, even though an imposing-number of surgical dressings have been completed nnd shipped o military medical depots since the.local room was established. The current,quota, just received Is 61,200 bandages, and Mrs Lynch today nsked every patriotic woman n Blytheville to make nn effort to put in nt lenst n few hours every, week at the .bandage room which Is located on Walnut Street next to the Courier News building' Competent supervisors are on hand from 0 (111 4 o'clock- every week day .except Saturday, Mrs. Lynch staled. Contract Club Entertained . Pink and blue hydrangeas formed a colorful background for the bridge tables arranged in the living room of the G. E. Keck home Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Keck was hostess to members of the Thursday Contract Club and three guests, Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford, Mrs. W.. M. McKenzle and Mrs. Jesse' Taylor. High score prize went to Mrs. Rutherford and .'second- high to Mrs. Taylor. Iced drinks were served during the afternoon. *. •' • Infant Son Is Named Edmond Palmer Nash Is the name >cn the Infant son born Thursday morning at Walls Hospital to the Rev. and Mrs. Forrest W. Nash This is their first child. The Rev. Mr. Nash Is pastor of the First church of the Nazarene' in Blytheville. • '*•••« Rummy Club Entertained ,. . •• \ Summer flowers in gay.hues decorated the : entertaining rooms of the George Hale, home yesterday nltenioon when Mrs. Hale was hrfstess to members of the 400 Club for an afternoon of Liverpool lUminy. Mrs. T..J. Price, received high score prize and Mrs. M. S. Yalcs, second high, in the card fames. A dessert course was served • • • • . Sunday School Class Meets Eighteen members of the FMells Sunday School class of First Bnp- tlst Church were entertained will. a pot-luck supper last night at the home of Mrs. Chester Nabers Following supper, the business session was presided over by Mrs W. J. Rodgers, class president. x The devotional was given by Miss Blanche Weems, and a prayer was offered by Mrs. Marion Williams class teacher. Mrs. Rodgers appointed a program committee, consisting of Mrs J. G. Barnes, Mrs. R. E. Blaylock and Mrs.. Harry Fritzlus, while Mrs. G. R. Carter an^ Mrs. Chester Nabers were appointed as a. committee to assist the second vice president in carrying out her work. Group captains also named were Mrs. C S. Baggett and Mrs. Raymond Schmuck, PvL Jack Klmes, who Is sla tloncd with the Medical Corps nl /.ongvlew, Te.vns, has returned to his post after spending a brief furlong)] here wltji his mother, Mrs. Salllc Kimes. Mrs. J. w. Lucy, mother of Mis. Gene Reagan, lias returned from Memphis Methodist Hospital, where she underwent, n major operation two weeks ago. Her condition is very good. Scrgt, and Mrs. Ivan R. Van Patten have returned from IJtlle IWck where they visited his brother, Corp. Melvin Van Patten, who Is stationed at Camp Fnnnlii. Texas, and who met (hem In Little Rock. The two brothers hud not met In five years, during which time Corporal Van Patten spent more than two years overseas. Mrs. Mary Bcvlll left today for Sunnyvale, Calif., to spend the Summer with her sister, Mrs. E J MeCroy. Mrs. Hugh Harbert Sr.. of Lubbock. Texas. Is visiting here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs Philip Apple bnuin. Mi-s. James H. Bell and daughter, Betsy, have returned from Helena, Ark., where they spent 10 days as guests of Mr. and Mrs W. B. Tenner. •Bill Stovall,. who lias been attending • University of Arkansas, Paycttevillc. where ho wns n medical student, arrived this morning for a brief visit with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Stovall. He will report for Navy duty on June Air.-;. Ites Hughes and son, Ross Dillon Hughes, went to Memphis yesterday where they were to meet Miss Nancy Hughes, who was Ploy Day Held At Walker Park; Winners Named Approximately 300 local youngsters hnve taken advantage' of. the Blytheville playgrounds during their first week of limited operation. Half-day sessions were held at Ltvnge school', campus, Central School campus, and Walker Park Play Dr.y, held Friday at Walker Park, was the first' in n proposed series of, weekly:, get-togethers for children- o( all. playgrounds when contests and>games will be staged. The following Play.Day ga'nib win-: ners were.announced: Viuolts, floii- nle Sue Thompson; washers, Betty Ann Graves, Russell Leon French Normnn .Perclval;, A. 3. Book and Ann Hindmtm, and work-up roftball,- Benny Gentry. The playground at Harrison Negro School will open Monday with Arils Sawyer asidlrcctor. At the Hospitals Walls llnspital Admitted- Mrs. Elbert Taylor, city. Mrs. Opal Johnson,' city. Miss June Workman, city. . Louis Richardson, city. Dismissed— Mrs. O. G. Anderson, city. Jeancttc Lewis, Manila. Bobble .Lee, city. Mrs., p. w. Nnsh and baby, city. Blytheville Hospital Admitted- Mrs. W. c. Warren, Hayli Mo Edith Rochelle. city. • Dismissed— Frank Oyler, city. Memphis SI. Joseph's Hospital Admitted- Hansel Stephens, Osccoln. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted- Joe Hutchison, Caruthersville, Mo. Memphis liaptist Hospital Admitted- Sylvia Burcliell, Wilson. Mrs. P. D. Johnson. Osccoln. Kenneth Voyles, Luxora. Central Ward Teacher 'Just Had To Come Bock' Miss Mary Outlaw has come home. And to many hundreds r,t boys and girls in Blytheville, as well as to their parents, that Is wonderful news. Tlilrd grade teacher at Central ward school for ,22 years prior to her resignation lasl February to accept a position in the Masonic home .in St. Louis, Miss Outlaw returned to Blytheville .this morning to serve as playground supft.-- viror 'at Central Ward during the Summer months. She plans to resume •• her school work in the Fall and, If she has anything to do with it, she'll have her beloved third grade back once more. "I just 'couldn't be happy - away from my 'children'. In. spite of the fact \hat I knew they were being well taken care of, my conscience hurt toe all Spring about the group ,,I left: behind, and I Just had to come bfcck and ste about them all," Miss Outlaw said today. ^ When alirmed, the pike hiountam -*^.9*J .voice like « ventriloquist. Lieut. Gray Attends Instructors School RANDOLPH FIELD, Texas, June 10—Second Lieut. William H. Gray, son of Mr. anrl Mrs. Thomas Ira Gray, 403 N. Broadway, Blytheville has arrived at Randolph Field for training In central Instructors School. Central Instructors School a function of th e AAF central Flying Training Command, is the only on e of Its kind in the nation. It teaches selected piloU the technique of flying instruction so that they can go to flying fields throughout the Bits of News Mostly Personal to arrive there yc.stcrday afternoon by plane from Baltimore, Md. where she has been a student at Qouclicr College for the pas 1 school year. They planned (o re- Uirn to Blytheville laic today. Miss Eutopla Whltvvoilh one! Miss Mary Rcvillo spent Thursday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Neville Blakemoro and Mrs. Hubert Potter will leave tomorrow for Hojiklnsville , Ky where they plan to spend two weeks with Mrs. potter's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas. Mrs. W. J. Oakes of Memphis Is the weekend guest of her sister, MM. Jerry Hoarn' and family, having come up to join her davuli- tcr, Emma Jane Oakes, who has .spent the pnsl week here. They will return home tomorrow. Mrs. Richard 0. Jones underwent on emergency appendectomy at Memphis Baptist Hospital hist night after having gone to Memphis ycslerday morning to accompany her mother, 'Mrs, J. n. Smart Jr., for a checkup by her specialist. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr., and Mrs. Eugene Dickinson went to Memphis late Inst night to lie with Mrs. Jones am! Mrs. Smart; nndMrs. Brooks stayed over with them. Condition of Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Smart wns .satisfactory today, and Mrs. Smart probably will return home tonight. Mlsx June Workman underwent n appendectomy nt Walls Hospital this morning. Meetings Royal Arch Masons, Chapter No. 117, will meet Monday night, 7-3Q o'clock, al the hall. The Royal Arcli degree will be conferred, according (••) Rnlelgh Sylvester, worshipful master. There will be n stated meeting of the Orilcr of the Eastern star Tuesday night, 8 o'clock, at the hall. Road Courier News Want Adz. Prints Charming Presbyterians Will Install Hew Minister Til* Hev. Ifavvey T. Kldd will be Installed as pastor of First Presbyterian Church at a special .•service to he held Sunday night 7:45 o'clock, at the church, when several out-of-town visitors will take part In the service. The Invocation will be given by Arthur Bowen of Osceola. The Rev. C. T. McCully of Para- goutit will preside, and will propound the constitutional questions wlille C. W. Pltllngei- of Jone-sboro will charge the pastor, and the Ttcv. L. T. Lawrence of Osceola the congregation. Special music will bo given by the choir, who will present "Prayer" by Ma'scagnl, and the offcra- (ory will be given by Mrs. R c Allen, violinist, who will play "Souvenir." The public Is Invited to attend tills service. while prints are the cool answer fo "What to wear when sidewalks s.ulc." Shown above arc two cool chavmerrthu «-m wood bloom against a white background in the d e.« at he r hi w°?h blaph velvetJoop-trimmed side drape, neckline and cap sleeves. Delicious Foods — Reasonably Priced! MARTIN'S CAFE Specializing In Delicious Steak Dinners Special Plate Lunches Real Southern Barbecue Sandwichei—Cold Drinks UEER ON TAP AND IN BOTTLES 114 W. Main JOHN FOSTER, Manager IVLlin ^ ... Phone 565 Don't Fail To Hear HARRY WILSON BAKER Noted Gospel Preacher, Musician and Singer. Each Night at 8 P. M. at the ' FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lily & Vine Sts. SPECIAL SONG SERVICES—ORCHESTRA MUSIC Don't Miss A Wife CHURCH NEWS LAKE STREET METHODIST Hates Sturdy, pastor Church School, fl;50 a. in. Iverson Morris, supt. Morning worship, 10:45 a. in. "This Message the World Needs", pastor's subject. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowship, 7 p. m. Evening worship, 8 p. m. "From Dust In Life", pastor's subject. Board of Christian Education, Tuesday night, 8 o'clock. Prnyer meeting Wednesday night, 8 o'clock. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ' iMain Street at Sixth It. S. Ilainl, pastor Bible School at 9:45. Classes for all age groups. Morning 1 worship nt 10:50. The title of the sermon is "Feelings vs. Facts About God." On Wednesday evening at 1:45 the story of the achievements of this church during the past year will be told, The heads of the different functional committees and organizations will give reports. Everyone is invited to the services of this church. SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1944 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut A Eighth Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a. m, Phllii J. 0<?cr,, supt. Morning worship, 10:45 a. m Anthem: "There Were Nlnctj and Nine", Lorenz. Soloists, Mrs J. G. Barnes, Lieut. Blnker and Pfc McKee. Duet, "O Lord Remember Me Cam Roma. Lieut, and Mrs. Worth D. Holder. B.T.u. 7 p. m. R. L sherrlck, director. Evening worship, 8 p. m. Double trio: "Follow Me", Ackley. Misses Frances Shouse Joyce Wall, Betty Woodson. Virginia Williams, Joyce Damon and Mrs Richard Jones. PKESBYTKUIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kltltl, minister Sunday 3:45 A. M.—Sunday School. 11:00 A. M.—Morning Worship 0:30 p. M.—Pioneers. 1:45 P. M.—Installation Service. Monday 2:30 P. M.-Clrcle No. 1 W lth Mrs. I,. D. Chamblin. 2:30 P. M.-Clrcle No. 2 with Mrs. R. F. Klrshner. 2:30 P. M.-Clrclc No. 3 with Mrs. Rodney Banister. 8:00 P. M.—Circle No 4 with Mis. White. Wednesday 7:30 P. M.—Prayer Meeting. ST. STKPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets Thomas B. Smylhe, Jr., minister St. Barnabas' Day, June 11 8:00 A. M. Holy Communion. CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Osceola Thomas B. Smythe, Jr., minister 11:00 A. M. Holy Communion and Sermon. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lily and Vine Sis. Clifford L. Thicker, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Trenching, n a. m. Jr. P.Y.P.A., c:30 p. m. Sr. P.Y.P.A., 7 p. m. Evangelistic Service Nightly 8 o'clock. BAPTIST CHAPEL I Lilly Street Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Russell Bang)], supt. •B.T.U. C:45 p. m. Miss Sarah Frances Rowland, director. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZAKENE First anil Sycamore SlreWs F, W. Nash, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 n. m. Preaching service, 10:50 n. m. Sermon by pastor. Service for Young People, 7:15 p. in. Evening service, 8 p. m. Sermon by Pastor. Wednesday night, 8 o'clock, prayer meeting. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Club 1416 W. Main "God the Preserver of Man" 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 Is: "I am with tliee, said the Lord, to save thee." Jeremiah 30:11. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: "The Lord said unto Noah, Come thoil and all thy house Into the ark: for thcc have I seen righteous before me In this generation." Genesis 7:1. FHiST ASSEMBLY OF fiOD CIIUKCH Seventh and Ash Streets Hcv. H. E. Siimns, pastor Sunday School, 8:45 a. in. Morning worship, 11 n. m. Rudio broadcast, 2 p. m C. A. Class, C:45 p. m. Evangelistic service, a p. m. Revival in progress. Services every night except Saturday, and the public Is welcome. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. S. B. Wilford, pastor Church School, 9:45 a. m. U S Branson, superintendent. Morning worship, 10:55 a. m. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday night, 8 o'clock. Vacation Church School will continue from a to n o'clock each morning this week. IJMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH Ash and Divison Streets Kev. ,L J. Thompson Rev. J. P. McDonnell Sunday Masses 7:30 and 10:30 a. m. Benediction will follow 10'30 o'clock Mass. Weekday Masses, 0:30 and 8 a m Friday evening, 7:30 o'clock, Novena in honor of our Sorrowful Mother. Continuous Showi Etery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN t-M i.m. li;45 p.m. 4.31 pm 'H Special Invasion Newsreel Paramount lias rushed us (he first 1800 feet of actual invasion photos . . . Will he shown at the Rity. FRIDAY- SATURDAY- SUNDAY— MONDAY! Saturday Five-spice flavor for good measure, HOTCIIU gum's made for your ]ile;isure, LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth ana Walnut SIS. Sunday School and Bible Class, 10 n. in. Divine Service, 11 a. m. "Sufficiency of Revelation", pastor's topic. The Rev. W. C. Krueger of Mem- Bills will have charge of the service? , First outdoor deinonstralioon of television \va s k'iveii un July 12 1928.. Guy Gean's SKATING ! RINK Now : Open For Summer Big Tent Now Located Across From Nu-Way Laundry Afternoon and Nile Sessions Have Fan & Refrigerator Klotors Cleaned For Snmmer. New Location 116 N 1st J. T. (Charlie) Stalcup Phone 2993 or 2598 The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A GIH For Everybody Ingram Bltlj. Phone 2254 MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP IN B. FInt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Erenbici By Appointment WANTED: Bring Your Leftover SOYBEANS to l/s. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 West Main ! .?hones 856—857 TOUGH JOB ahead! we do tough jobs / too / in SUPER CLEANING! we bring off-duty clothes back to active service Dirt encrusted overalls—dust embedded furniture coverings '—we get them really clean! We do fine things well, too. FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING STEAM FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 Sewing Machine Operators WANTED! Ages 17 1t> .ID Preferable Now is the time to get employment in nn essential industry that will continue after Hie war. Apply at the U. S. Employment Office 118 South Second Street, or Rice Stix Factory If you are working in essential employment do not apply. No- 3 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, ~.,', , rememb «"(I always. Our flowers ue •!ways fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. T^FLOWERSHOP F.TJ). flerrfM w* mum 4«y»lier» rh. 411 Hrm. J. M. (MM) WlUUm., .wner Oleac* BUl. A. c o I u«» ; A f i c i Serial, "Alaskan Mystery" No. 8 and Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday Pararnounl News and Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15 to 11 ROXY Matinees Sat. * Sun. Only Opens each night G:45; starts 1 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. *nd Son, B»rr»In. Night Every Nteht Except Saturday. No yaiMn honored on Snn*»j at the Boxy. Saturday TRIGGER SHOWDOWN! When "Nevada" and"Sandy" for Their '' Serial, "Secret Service in Africa" IS anil Short Con. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday DANGER ROMANCE i BMRBI SANDERS; , IBBT ' AUBERT- lOCKHflRT i _ Promoted by Maurkc Gersqkty. Dirttled" by leonide Moguy. Original ScteM Play by fhilip MscOonsW and.Httbcii Bibe.m«rv Fox News ami Sclcclcil Sliort Subject Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15 („ n

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