The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1946 · Page 2
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t'AUE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Banquet Honoring Team Given by Reel Peppers "Chlekasaw Finishing School" was the .program theme used by the Red Peiiper club when they honored members of the high school football team last night will) their annual banquet^ nt - the Mirror Hoom of Hotel Noble. A mock graduation exercise was presented during the dinner be- Kinnlng with the Prelude "Desert Song" played by Miss Wandn Barham. The processional "War March of the Priest", Mendelssohn, was ;ilso played by Miss Barliam. Miss Nancy Partlow . gnve the. invocation. ''The Commandments' 1 which was the welcome was given by MJss Julia* Ann Woodson, president of the club. Billy Bob Elliott g.ive the response "The High Tide". . A trio, composed ot Miss Mary Ann Parks. Miss Mnry Lou Joyner and Miss Rosemary Johnston, sang "Indian Da;ui" by j. s. Zarnecnick. The class history, "Half Told Talcs", was given by MLss Marilyn t'li-en; the Will, "What Do They Leave?" was read by Miss Mary Jo N ubers. Miss Jo Ann Shanks presented the prophecy. "Golden Opinions." OernHl Bloymcycr. ca)>- luin or the team, spoke on "Some Applications," and the poem "The Final Score" by Grantland liice was given by liuth Seay. Presentation of awards which were miniature gold footballs was made by w. li. Nicholson, super-' inlendcnt. A football was given to each member of the football team, the managers and coaches.' i Mrs. Rosa Hardy, principal, ptc- . i ented each member of the team and senior managers with "diplomas". Coaches Bill Godwin and Pirnnm Byiium spoke to the group after Hie presentations. After the singing O f the. Alma Motor, the Recessional "Triumphal March", played by Miss Barham, concluded the. program. The program was directed by Miss Limn B. wllhelm. faculty advisor of Red Pepper'Club. PEO Sisterhood Meets With Mrs. England 1 Mrs. . Farnlcr England .and Mrs. Alvln Huffman Jr.. were hostess yesterday afternoon at the EnRlanrl home to Chapter N, PEO Sisterhood for luncheon and program. "Progress in Science" was the subject for the program which was conducted by Mrs. L. E. Old anil Mrs. w. L. Homer. History and .the uses of plastics .and synthetic fabrics was rt's- curseci bv Mrs. old and Mrs. Horner spoke to the group on Die progress of science in housing.' farming, n iid .the production nnci preservation of food. Luncheon was scuveci to I he group from ;mali tablc.s decorated with arrangements of mixed car• den flowers. • • » Mrs. Ellis Entertains Octette Bridge Club Mrs. J. c. Ellis Si-., was hostess Thursday afternoon to (he Octi'tte Club and two guests. Mrs. V G Holland and Mrs.-Homer Wilson Bridge was played in the livVri" room, decorated with branches cf holly and other Christmas decorations. Mrs. Marvin Nunn won high snore and Mrs. Holland won second. Mrs. Russell Phillips Entertains Club, Guests The Thursday Luncheon Club and two guests, Mrs. R. H. Kivfcy and Mrs. w. B. Tanner, were cn- lei laine<i by Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. Tanner won high team and Mrs. Kirby, second. Weds in Missouri Mrs. Fred Dlcapua beforp her marriage Nov. 0.' at Cape. Gir.ii- dean, Mo., was Miss Geneva La:n- iicrl, daugluer of Mrs. Boya Minick. The bridegroom is I he son of Eli/aheth Dlrapun of Nwvaiki N. J. Ktr. nnd Mrs. Dicapua v.'in make their home in St. Louis 1.111- j 'il Christmas when they will go to Newark to reside. Nancy Kirshner To Wed Shreveport Man Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Klrshncr announce the engagement and ap- ;>roacliiiij; ninrrinyc of tlieir daush- ler. Miss Nancy Kirshner, to Chirr Petty Officer Guy A. Trlsler. M>U of Mrs. ft. H. Trisler of Siirevepait. La. The mnirlatic will l>e solcmni/.-xl Sunday, Dec. 15 at C p.m. at First Presbyterian Ciiurch by the Rr.v. Dr. Prank G. Smith of Omaha, Neb., (jrandfalher of the bride-elect. Mrs. Oscnr Fendlcr will serve as attendant to Ihe bride and Dr. M. I,. Skullcr will be best man. After the wedding a reception iiorfciu the couple and to be al- :.i>nded by the bride-elect's most intimate friends, will be given at I he- home of Mr. and Mrs. Kirshner on Highway 01 North. Following a weddini; trip io Shreveport, the couple will res'iic in Corpus Chrisil, Tex., where Mr. Trisler is stationed with the Navy. liyf Jievi/fc Ftiturc Farmers Elect Officers for 7947 Future Farmers of • America enrolled in Blythcville -High School plan an active program for the coming year, following election ol officers. •Stewart Gurley was elected president; Bill Lee Wixson. vice president; D. J. MoLcod, secretary; Vance Owens, treasurer; Bob Mul-| lins, reporter. Freeman Robinson is 1 advisor. • . Bits of News Mostly Pesi<iQ+tal Mr. and Mrs. Fanner England and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. AlTlick will attend the showing tomorrow afternoon of the English film, Henry . V, at the Kir/, Theatre in Memphis. Mrs. patli Kiiiuhi or N.islivillc. Tcmi.. will spnul the weekend here as the guest, of her sister. Mrs. Russell Phillips and faintly. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knop of .Milwaukee, wis., have arrived, io .spend (lie Christmas holidays hci'e with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. n. Crawford of Dell. Mrs. -Samuel p. Morris and Miss Five 4-H Clubs Elect Officers To Serve in '47 Five 4-H Clubs met this week (0 reorganize dm clubs and elect officers for 1947. Newly elected officers are us follows: Flat I/ike Club—Viola Burns, president; PeR«y .SLalliiujs, vice presiili'nt; Jewel May, secretary; Fred Abbott, reporter; Beauton SlallJiiBS. song captain. Promised l.-.ind Club—I,"o Dados, president; Jerry Halsell, vice president; Shirley Mullen, secretary; fiearloiic Young, reporter; Vivian Junes,. soii H captain. Clear I/ike Club—Carrie Haynes. president.; Jimmy llityne.s, vice president; 'I'ommle James. Jr., secretary; I^aJane Woodhouse, repoi'ter; Martha lizard. Kong captain. Recce Cltib—Jllillv Dean .Jackson, c resident.: Harold iiunn. vice president; Sybil Denton, secretary; net- U- Joan stalling, reporter; Hetty Jane Williamson. SOUK captain. Number Nine Club .-Bill Smith, president; Gordon Pierce, vice nrcs- Ident; Ollle Curtis, secretary; Kcn- nrth Leach, reporter; Nnla Helen Kiny, song captain. Miss Cora Lee Colern:m, home demonstration agent, nnd W. O. H'i- z?lunker. assistant coiintv asenl. attended all these meetings. At The Hospital: Ulyllicvitle Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Hubv Ellis, Hnyli. Mo. Barn to Mr. and Mrs. R L Wiseman Jr. o( Dell, a daughter, last nlRht,. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Curl Mellon of Manila, a .son. last nitiht. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Phillip, city, a daughter this morn- Inn. Dismissed: Mrs. OILS Mori-Is, O.sccola. Mrs. Minnie I.ee condor, Ifnytt. Mo. Mrs. A. E. Clark and baby. Wil- f.O'.T. Mrs. Stanley pikes and baby. city. , Mr:;. Milburti lioyer. Portagevfil' / Mo. Walls Hospital Admitlcd: .Mrs. O. U. I.llllc, Canithersville. Mo. Jim Crntton. city. Kula Bishop, city. Born to Mr. niiii Mrs. \V. T. Cumjit. city, a daughter, last nlsht. Dismissed: Mrs. Maggie Williams, city. Mrs. James-ThClAiJEon, clly.4 .... Mrs. Junies Thompson, city. Mrs. lien iDarbv and baby. citv. .loiui Castleman. Dell. Mrs. GUFSie Bean. city. Memphis Baptist Hospit.il Admittcil: Mrs. N. D. Kinney, Hassett. Coming Event* MONDAY I-'n-sL Clirlsllan 'Woman's Council v.-ill meet in groups with the Hope Group meeting with Mrs. John Burnett, L-)ve Group with Mrs It C. Hose, and Faith Group with' Mrs. J. C. Ix>wc. Memljjrs of the First Baptist. Woman's Missionary Society will assemble; In Croups with Circle 1 meeting with Mrs. w. M. Williams Circle 2 with Mrs. Charles liny Newcoir.b, Circle 3 with Mrs J H Keenmn. Circle 4 with Mrs. G V Daws, ciU'lc 5 with Mrs. W. M! liPiTjinan. Tiie program meeting of the Woman's society of Christian Service ol the First Methodist Church will lie held at the church at 2:30 p.m., Mrs. E. J). Gee, program chairman with the followlni; hostesses: Mrs. C, E. Crixger. /vtrs. A. E. Huntlcv Mrs. P. G. Lackmann, Mrs. B. L. Jones. Mrs. Cal Gosselt, Mrs. P. D. Smith, Mrs. u. S. Branson, -Mrs. Dave Craig, Mrs. Gils jiale Mrs W. S. Hose. First Presbyterian Auxiliary will meet ul the homes of the following hostess. Circle 2. Mrs. H. II. Hoiich- ins with Mrs. V. n. Underwood, co- hostess; Circle 3. with Mrs. Jesse White; Circle 3 with Mrs. C. M. Gray with Miss May Dlckson. co- hostess. Lake Street Me'.liodist Woman's Society of Christir.n Service will meet at the church for program with Mrs. Iverson Morris in charge. < Miss veni Goodricli will be hos- | less lo the GEO Club. TUESDAY Charlcviox Chapter u. A. R. for huu-heon at Hotel Noble at 1 p.m. with Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Mrs. A. Conway hostesses. Mis. Charles Crigger will entertain the Tuesday Club. Tuesday Bunco Club will meet with Mrs. ir. D. H-.ilford. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham will be hostess to the Wednesday CJub. Town and Country clsib will meet wltli Mrs, Cleo Lancston. Sudbmy Parent Teacher's Association will meet at the school at 3 p in. preceded by executive board meeting at 2:3o p.m. WEDMW5DAY Chapter D. PEO Sisterhood will meet in the home of Mrs. J. A. h?och for a Christmas parly at 1 p.m. TUESDAY Circle One of First Presbyterian Woman's Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. Zul Harrison at fl p.m. for a Christmas party. Mrs. M. O. Usvey will entertain the Midweek Club. Mrs. E. R. Lancashire will be hostess to the Thursday Contract. Mrs. James Hill Jr. will entertain the Octette Club. Mrs. Boycc Moore will bs lioitess to'thc a.. N. B.-Club. * "Since auto" pporcller shafts are adjusted at the factory with certain KPM ranges hi mhifl, Installation ul new features such as overdrive, or removal ot governors, may necessitate readjustment of this rotation part to prevent misalignment. CHURCH NEWS CIHtlSTIAN SCIENCK .SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, H|(j w. Main "Gcd ihe Only Cause and Creator," j.s the subject of the Lesson- fiermon which will he read in all Churches and Societies tjf the Church of Christ, Scientist, Sunday, Tlie Golden Text Is: "Lord, thou are tlmi. which hast made he:^"-n and earth, anil the .sea, and all that in them is." Acts 4:24. Cora l.cc coleman are spending the day in Memphis. Mr. and MIS. Ralph Herndon have a s their guest, his mother, Mrs. w. li. llerndon of Mint Hill, Mo. Mr. Herndon's brothers. Billy ami Hobby Ilcriulon and a sister. Ruth, have returned to their home in Mint Hill, after visilim; here for several davs. NOW you can buy... REPAIRS and ACCESSORIES LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. Don Edwards Offers You New Services! as distributer in all Arkansas counties east of the Ark. River for HUSH-A-PHONE CORP., New York City, N. Y. D. & R. MFG. CO., Inc. Minneapolis, Minn. E. W. PIKE & COMPANY ElirabeHi, N. J. Arkansas; Pemiscot and Dunklin Counties, Mo. dealer in Mississippi County, ROBERTS MACHINE CO. New York City, N. Y ROCKWELL BARNES CO. Chicago, III. SHIPMAN WART) MFG. CO Chicago, 111. OEOKC.K li. DOUGLAS (Manufacturer's Agent) Memphis, Term. SUR1.LA PRODUCTS Chicajjn, 111 HALl.-WELTER CO., Inc. Hoi-Hester, N. Y. It's Office Supplies, We Have It! DON EDWARDS Man" "The North Second St. Phone 3382 FIRST I'RESBVTERIAN <:IIIIRCII Hcv. Ihirvcy T. Kidii, jiaslor Sunday School, 8:45 a.m. Morning Worship, Worth Holder and Mvin Huflinan Jr., will sini; -nelicld the Master passeth By" by Humtiiond; Sermon subject: "Going All the Way", 11 a.m. Junior Choir, (i p.m. .Supj'f-r for Young People. 0:45 p.m. J'ATiiiritf Service, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir licheai'.sal, 8:10 p.m. FLAT LAKE METHODIST CHURCH Itay \. Mcl.ester, pastor Cluireh School, to a.m. PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHURCH Rav L. McLesler, pastor Church School, 10 a in. Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. Preaching Service, 7 p.m. YAltlIKO MKTHUDIST CIKIKCH Kay I,. Mel.ester, pastdi- Cliuich School, 10 a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL Dr. Alfrei! Vise, rablii U'oman's Club Sunday School, i :3o p.m, Service, :i p.m. Sermon, "Faith an c ] Thnnks five years after Pearl Harbor." MUST IIAPTIST CHURCH I'.. C. Itrown, pastor 1). II. I'.lrdsoe, Associate Pastor Sundav School, 9:4o a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a. m. Baptist Training Union, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Holidays Start Dec. 20 In Leachyille Schools Christmas holidays at the Leach-i ville Srhool will begin Friday De~ 50. Supt. Loyal v. Nornian today announced. Classes will be resumed Monday,' Dee. 30. lie I 'd. Normal movement of a glacier is seldom more than an inch an lu>ur. Place Your Orders NOW For Christmas ** Ducks, Geese TURKEYS American Lady Fnods PICKARD'S Phone 2043 10-M Chicknsawba KEROSENE AND FUEL OIL Call "The Old Reliable" Your Source of I)r|irnil:ibli: Service Your Sourrc of ependable Service G. O. POETZ MAGNOLIA PRODUCTS There is and our routeman will call for your Laundry Bundle. You'll like our Service and our Work! The BLYTHEVIILE Laundry - Dry Gleaners 270 South Second St. I'll.RIM I.IJTIIKRAN CHURCH Cth unil \Valnul Kobrrt Jaeser, pastor KesliJcnre: r>l:i North Fifth Phone 2104 Sunday School. 10 a.m. Worship Service, n am. Sunday Kdiool Teachers' Meeting, Tuesday, 7:15 |).in: Adult Hltilc Class, Tuesday, 7:45 I) m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Allen I). Stewart, pastor Cliurch SC.IHXJ], 0:4S a.m. Moiiiinij Wor.slili), 10:50 a.m. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Wcslcyan Service Guild, Monday, ii::tt> 11.111. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:M p. in. Junl'ir Fellowship, Friday, 3:45 p.m. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 191C Lilly Slrfpt Sunday School, 0:40 a.m. Morniuij Worship. 10:55 n.m. 'I'rainin;; IJnlnii, (i::it) p.m. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. t.AKi: STItEKT MHTIIODr.ST CHDItCil Kev. II. H. I'.li-vins, pastur Church school, 9:50 a.m. Morning Woi'shl)?, IO:SO a.m. Kvfnirijj Worshi)), 7::iO pin. Methodist Youth Fellowship,, 0 p.m. f'rayci Meeting, Wrdrii'sdny. 7 p rn. rntsT ciitiitcii Ol' THK NA/.AHIONK I 1 '. \V. Nasli, pastor Sunday Seliool, !):^s n.rn. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young People's meeting, 7:15 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 o'clock. p.m. Wednesday prayer services, 7:30 ST. MATTHEWS CHURCH Osceola Rev. B. Francis McDevitt, pastor liev. Paul Bujarxkl, assistant pastor Sunday Musses, 9 n. in. FUJI, GOSPKI, TABERNACLE I). K. Hanr.on, pastor Sunday School, 3:15 n.\\: Morning Worship, n a.m. Young People, 0-45 pm, livening Worship, 7:30 p m _ FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH It. S. Baird, pastor Bible school, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Evening Training for all age (jroups, 6:30 p.m. livening Worship, 7:30 p.m. cinmcii OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION licv. I!. Francis McUevitt, pastor Itcv. I'anl Ilujv.rski, assistant pastoi Sunday Musses 7:30 ftnd 10:30 p.m. Novetia to our Sorrowful Moth- or Friday. 7:311 p.m. Weekday Musses, 8 p.m. IIAPTIST CHLUCCII A. M. Ilnnston, jiaslur Sunday Sclionl, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 1 p.m. Evening Service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday nigh!, nrayer service, 7 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF ROD CHURCH L.C. Kam.sny, pastor Sunday School. 3:45 a.m. Morning Wo'-ship, 11 n.m. Christ Ambassador services. 0::tu p.m. Children's chureli. G::to p.m. Evangelistic Service. 7:30 p.m. GATEWAY TAnEUNACI.F. Htivvunl Street Rev. I,. (;. Borah, pastor Church service. B:45 a.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 a.m. Church Service, Wednesday and Friday, 7:30 p.m. PERMANENT* Oil of Tulijiwnod SS.KO Marcellina Crrme $3.50 FOR-CHR^MAS Rcvlon CJri Sets Hctcne Curtis Cold Waves Derma-tic Cosmetics The Beauty Bar Phone ;>,a02 Glbhcoc Hnlol CAI.VAKV ItAPTIST C:»l)Ht:il P. If. JerrJffan, pastor Sunday School. fl:45 a.m. Morning worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union, G:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. oilmen OF CHRIST E. W. Slovull. pastur Sundiiv School. !):50 a.m. Worship Service, 10:50 am. Eveniinf Service, li p.m. NUMBER NINE IIAPTIST CIltlKCII Ilmrun! |p. Kinir. pastor Sunday School, fl:45 a.m . Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Kvenirifj Worship, B p.m. Wednesday, prayer meeting, p.m. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret D«n Smith, Owuer 1st Nat'I Bank Bills. Phone S2H In The New A ir-Conditioned HOTEL NOBLE SATURDAY 9 Til 1 a.m. Adm. 60c Incl. Tax SHOP EARLY, MAIL EARLY! —We feature — American Greeting Cards Cruel everyone you know with rolorfu! c-hepr-brniKiMK Amcric:in Gfcclin K Card-;-' \Verc ivady now wit), a super selection—' for every iiiiim- mi your list! C'nmo in and make your solerlion no\v. Boxes of assorted Cards 39c 59c 79c 97c "Quality at a Bargain Price" WOODS DRUG STORE RALPH NICHOLS 22! W. Main SI. KOY WOODS Phone 507 Toddler's Wooden ROCKING HORSES Xmas Special free Manicure with each PERMANENT Hair Set or FACIAL from Dec. 9th through Dec. 21s5\ Co!<| " Waves SH) — §1.1 20 Permanent *} mj Permanent House of Shaw Sn ll!i Facials 0 Call :W02 Cor Apimint- menfs. Arties Beauty Shop :n:i N. 2ml Continuous Shown Every Day Box Office Opens i :4» Show St*rt» i:*n LISTEN.TO KLON ):•• a.m. 1Z:45 p.m. «:3t p.« Saturday Strange Triangle Si^ne HUSKU anil Jotin Sheiip.uil Serial: "Hnii IlarrVstaii" Nil. 1 and Selected Short :Cont'd. Shows Sat. 10:M lo 11:30 Sunday and Monday Continuous Shimlne S'in. 1:15 to 11 Bo* Office Opens 6:15 Saturday. Opens Bandar 1:00; Starts 1:11 Contlnoonj Shows Sat. and Ho*. Barxalo Night Every Nlrhi Cicefl bbnored on Hnnday at the Korr. SATURDAY Lightning Raiders with Rn.stcr CY:ib!ir Sni.ll: "Hnili-l Horseman" Xo. -I :iml Short Cont'tl. Slmws Sat. 10:li) n.ni.- 11:30 11.in. * Sunday and Monday fc^si.~r-j^SJi in Loliuvl Confil. Sliov^ Sun. 1:15-11:00

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