The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 21, 1946
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MOB TWO KKWB Methodist Church Class H«| Christmas Party Pathfinder Class of Pint ilHh- odtot church met for a Orisbnas party Thursdaj night at the Church with Mrs. N. H..B!akemore and Mrs. Clinton Caldwell serving as hostesses. Th* thirty members and . three guests exchanged gifts and played games under the direction of Mrs. Glejm Ladd. • • Tile Holiday season theme was carried out ^ hi the decorations of the: ehfertahiing rooms,- Refreshments-were 1 served a ft«r the u n- wrapping of gifts. Guests.Inoluded Miss Martha Stewart, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Allen- Stewart. Miss .Vannle Whilley and Miss Nancy Hamilton. Double Wedding Rites Performed Here, Dec. 12 A,double wedding was performed Dec. 12, at: the home of the Rev, p. H. Jernigan when. Miss Virginia . Mnrte • pierce was mar- riecj; to DeWIlt Van Cleve and Miss Virginia GraTiarri pccamc the bride Of'Benny Joe Van Cleve. Miss Pierce Is the daughter of Mr.'.- and .Mrs. John Pierce of Jonesboro, Miss Graham is the daughter of Mrs. Florence Graham of :s'teele, Mo. and DeWIU and Benny Joe . van Cleve arc : the sons of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Van Cleve Of Blytheville. Ttie coupes were attended by Miss Billle Damon, Jlmmle Barns, Mrs. James Presson and Martin Wood. The two.brothers served in the Army with several months spent, overseas. Mr. and .Mrs. Benny J. Van. Clave will make their home with; her mother Iri Steele, while she ;• Is. attending Holland High School. ' . ESA Sorority Has Part y At Carson Alley Home Alpha Beta Chapter of; Espilon Siema Alpha Sorority" hid their Christmas party Tuesday night at the.home of Mrs. Carson Alley. The living and dining rooms were decorated .with holly and mistletoe. The; refreshment table was centered; with a crystal. punch bowl fbnired by red tapers In crystal holders. Christmas carols were'.ung after the gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Prichard Hostess Club Who Can Blame Him? Young People's Choir Plans Christmas Progiom During a .spai-ial scrvii.-e Ssmdav nrtcriioon at Osccola First Presbyterian Clnircli a gandlc light program of Christmas Music will be presented by ikn Young People's choir imder the direction of Dalton C. Fowlston. Miss Majorje Doyle i? organizer ol the group ana Mira c-lyniia Maxwell is organist. The program will Include the prelude u v the organist, tlie Processional, -O Come All Ye Faithful" the Choir, other Christmas . ns will include Hujulel's "Uonie Unto Me," a solo-by Jo Ann L<uiey "Away In The Minger" "Tlie First Noel", "We Three Kings of Orient Are," "Brink' A Torch" "Holy Nli-lil", n solo by Dalton Fowlston "Hark the HcrnJd Angels Sing", and "Silent Night, Holy Night." • • Members of the young people's , rhoir, are Jo Ann Laney, La Lou i Driver, Nancy Driver, Ann Driver,' Carolyn Rose Spiesc, Patsy" Miller lictly Durch, Peggy Jane Drivei-' Pciti'v Chiles, Jcanette Bowcn, Helen Francis Buchanan, Inez Hender- ' son, David Chiles. Billy Jop Carlisle, Billy ivcvcnstcin, Maliolinn Fred n. Bradley who resigned effective Jan .1. Bentley was named :i s dqputy by Marshal Noble V. Miller. >• President Harrison established the Yellowstone Timber Land Reserve In 1891. This wai such reserve In the U. S. the first CHURCH NEWS (,IIK1STI\N SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, U1C w. Mair "Is the Universe, Including Man Kvolvfd by Atomic Force?" is tin subject of the lesson-Sermon wh!ci will Ijf read in aft Churches and So clones of the Church of Christ Scientist, on Sunday, Dec. 22, 1DM The Golden Text Is: "Behold, th« ncuveii and the heaven of heaven: is thu Ixird's thy God. the euiil dlso. with all that therein is " Mark G:47, 48. K'K.ST Harvey 'T. Kidd, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morn ihg Ip, , 11 p.rrt . Christmas Program. & iun. At The Hospitals 'Mrs.-Richard Prichard w«rhos- tessy Thursday afternoon '.ftr'tlrf Jolly Eight-Club. Mrs: Orqver Wren woiy high score, Mrs. Hasten Blah- keninlp, second,' and- Mrs C!eo Wr^n, rooko. .-.''" ' . i" ' '-." • • •• • '•'.•''' '/••' "•'•''' •' Daughter Born • Ai' daughter isai. -born • boc ]'*, at B.lythevllle HoiplUi to-Mr. and Mrs.' John p. Walton.: Their first child, she has ; been named? Gall Jeneane. Mrs. Wajtorv is- ; tiie fdr- meryMiss Billle;Faye White, Brand- daughter of Mr.:; and','tors, c w: Gofortli. . -. •'.- ': 1 •'• • . *'• ••*:"•*. -. ".'•'.• Gufets Entertained By|Young 'teen Agers • One of .-the Christmas events of the season for the young 'teen age set. of Blytheville was a formal dance given last night by Annell a Humphreys, Murray Smart Jr., .Dick Reid and John Wilks. : The:Mlrrov Room of Hotel No- nle, .gaily decorated with colored lights and a . lighted Christmas tree, was the scene of dancing for 80 guests. Guests were recelv^a by the hists and-hostess and their 'parents. Mr. and';Mrs- Henry Humphreys Mr and; :Mrs. C. M. Smart, Mr. and The punch refreshment table where • nil cookies were served, cen '* red with an arrangement Elcbes nandlna tap " 5 ln were Virginia - hou*8«.t of Walton, Juanita , uana Onort Former Blytheyille Man Ons to t>allas Accident Micnei, a pedestrian, wa K/ylhcvlllc Jfospilal Admitted: . E!zle Duriean, ctly. Mrs. Ruby'Denny. Ilayll. Mo .Clifford Elliott, city, Dismissed: Mrs. Billle Smith Weathers and baby, city. Jerry Cunningham, Talapoosn Mo. Mrs. Prank Simmons, city , M.- f. Brownleo, Dell. Walls Hospital Admitted: : . Mrs. Waller Dooley, city Mrs. Grover Barber city Mrs. Allen Hardin. Dell Alvln Richards, city. Joe R. Threlkeld, Manila .Virginia-Threlkeld, Manila. Dismissed: . '' Mrs.-Allen MCRay and babv Lux ora. ; ; '' AYo'erl Hojktus, Rt. 3 C ity .Mrs. Oclls Ccx, Luxorn. T, Forsyth, Luxorn. Mrs: Ed Lnwler, Cooler, Mo Orland Emery, city. Bits of News Blytheville. Mrs. .r mils holidays, h Cl - mothn:-, M ',-s Francis j. McCarthy of Nashvl':.-' lenn. Mrs. Robinson's .-ilsto,- Mrs' Charles M Gcrrald and Qerrald of Greenville. 13. arrlvn t ,- - "•• w today to be the Robinson's - Arkansas Polio Chapter Aided By Foundation The Arkansas State Chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis has received u check for $.10,000 from the National Fmm- dutlon to tide It over until the 1347 March of Dimes. W. n. Sadler, chairman, yesterday said the state chapter was forced to ask the National Foundu- tiun for help because of tiiius'ifilly heavy expense* caused by this yenr'i polio epidemic.. Of, lhe'391 cases reported In the state to December i, the Foundation assisted 300 wllli mcdlcul, niirsinj;, nnd IherniMnlli; care. In :i letter to the state chapter, I-ouls C. Haughty of New York coni])trollcr for the national, said .... "It is the policy of the Nation;,! • Ill Foundation to stand ready andwlll- Mr. guest i(? the holiday;. Mr. and Mis. E. ID. Ferguson are spending the Christmas holidays In Richmond. Va.. with their daughter. Airs. Robert Smnrt and family. Miss Ethel Goodlier was called to Odom. Ark., yesterday by the death of her father. O. P. Gobdner She was accompanied to Odom by her fiance, L. G. Thompson, Jr Mrs. A. B. Fail-field and son, Albert, of Milledgcville. Ga., have arrived to be the holiday guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Den ton and family. Miss Evelyn Blylhe has left for JXiiiBlon. Ky., where she will visit wilh her sister, Mrs. Ralph L. Odlcy and Dr. Odlcy. Also to he guest of the Odlcy during the holidays will be Martin McAuliff, student at Millcrsburg Military Institute. Miss Geneva Shibley has arrived from Stephens College, Columbia, Ma., to spend the Chrislinns holi- lin.vs with her parents, Mr and Mi's A. O. Shibley. Mrs. I. I,. Mnllolt nnd son Jimmy have arrived from Sprlngvlllc, lo spend the Christmas holidays hero relatives ami friends. . - . — u:id Gordr..i~Tlaij>. Mrs. Mnllctt, the former Mrs. Dai- mock arrived Thursday Irom I sv Marlcr, Is n former resident of Columbia Military Institu'" col- » 1> -"">" 1 "- umbln, Tciin., to spend <l"v,' holidays with their parents. Mi Mrs. T. p. Dean and Mr. mu D. Hammock. Mr. Dean over for them. Mrs. D. M. Cutler \vr-m to' Chamblln and Mrs. Lydiii"McGhce Little Rock today to spend 10 dn;,sj ni 'd family. and Hid Mrs. m:>t.'jrc(l Blytheville. Don Chamhltn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack A. Chantblln nnd sons, Jay and Jeff, W IH arrive tonight from Fayettcvillr. u- spend the holidnys '" '" Mr. and Mrs. I,. D. -•- ."""J *v* o|Jl.iul IU ll,t,^ with her daughter, Mi-s. (^i\rl E. Bailey Jr., nnd Mr. Bailny Bill Stovall Jr., and 3ilW Cross Bui-leciiD Brian, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. H. Brinn o[ Dell, has been named as l!)4ii honor student will arrive in the morning ti-om 1" Abilene Christian CollcKC Abl F^nyctvillc. where studen'.s at Ui.i-1 Icnc, Tex. ' versity of Arkansas, to spent! Ihe holidays with their parents, C. ,1. Crane Jr.. of Portland, Ore. nnd Bad finuheln. Ocr daughter, Miss Joan Portland, are visiting .. Mrs. Louise Crnne Hile:-. and Crane oi he;-o with Fcrgeson Jr. arrived ycster- aay Irom Georgia School of Tcch- »olos.v. Atlanta, to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents. Mr.j,ncl Mrs. Joe Fer 6 cson. Christmas Programs Get Under Way at 'V The Blylheville Y began I heir (his mornlnR Miss Mary Frances Nnyiii will arrive today from Vassnr C'olleg Poughkecpsic. N. Y.. to suc-ml Ihe .-..: oijuicvme holidays with her parents, Mr. and Christmas procrnm Mrs. MArvin Nunn. and family. Another daughter. Miss viiRinia Nunn. will arrive SuncU'.v Irom I Washington. D. C.. nnd Marvin I Nunn Jr. will also arrlvo Sunday' from Fayettcvlllc, where he i3 a student at university of Arkansas Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Grca- will have as their guests dnriiu Ilia holidays their son, Geo:-.~:o Gru.r and Mrs. Grear of Gn.% nnd 'their daushtcr, Mri. j. I] Oxman. Dr. Oxinan ami tliclr three children. David, Susan ana Stephen, of Millburn, N. .j. Condition of Grndy McGea who *>as been seriously til ;-,i ^ l,ittle lock Hospital, was reported today as much Improved. Mr. McGee Is th c son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy McGec of Carlisle, rorm-srl./ ol Ing to assist aii ciiapters in Hnanc- ing Ihe necessary costs for incdl- cnl care during nn epidemic, and no victim of Infantile paralysis must no untreated because of lac'; of funds, regardless of age. race, crc°d or color. "In this, one of the greatest polio epidemics of history, \ve have exhausted oui- reserve fund o; <i4.000- 000 In advances to chapters since June 1, 1946, and are now compelled to draw upon reserves s»t tip for'-scientiflc research, 'rprbffs-. s.onal tr'aluing.- nnd eSucatiotk •;":•- y The stole fQuiidation's Novonibfi 5 financin! stateint'jit sliou-cd expenditures of S33.098.07. Of this nmour.t. S24.3UO.12 was spent for hospltnli- Kntion of |»lio victims, $2.104.6! for braces, $133.04 for special shoes, $100 for group physical therapy. $2,074.85 for nurses nncl physical thernpUls at the Arkansas Children's Honie and Hospital, ant! $1,574 for nursing services at thc University Marshal Names Deputies LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Dec. 21 (UP)-E. O. Allen, Jr., of Rtissell- vllle and Enrl Hcntley ol Morrilton prepared todav to take up their positions an United States deputy riKST : BAKTIiST CHUKCII K. ,C. Bro*it, pastor Sunday School,' 9;'40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:40 n.m "True Signlflcante of Chrislnun." , Baptist TrainljWf Union. 0:30 p.m . Christmas Pageant, 1:30 p.m. S|>ec!al Christinas Day Prayer Service. Wednesday, B::iO p.m. BAPTIST <;HAPEL tUly Stnct . I). B. BkJ«c. MUiislfr .Sunday School. 9:40 a.m. Morning Worsliip. 10:40 a.m.. "The Heavenly Mes-sage. " Baptist Training Union, 8:30 p.m. No evening worship service. Aji will BO to First Baptist Ctiuron for Clirislmns Pageant. VAKBRO METHODIST CHURCH Kny L. McLtsttr, pastor Church School. 10 a.m. Worship Services, 11 a.m. PROMISED LAND METHODIST • CHURCH Kiiy I.. AIcLeste'iv pastor Cliurch School, 10 a.iii. Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. Worship Service, 7 p.m. FLAT LAKE METHODIST < HLIUCll Kay L. McLester, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. .Tl TEMFLE ISRAEL Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbc Woman's Club Services for Ihe Festival of Lighls (Chanukuli) Sunday afternoon ut 4 o'clock with kindling of the ligl-u and a program: of the students and pupils of Sunday School. Sermon •;Tho Buried Candelabrum." After |*vicc there will be a social liour. marshals, foliowiny appointment yesterday. Allen was named chief deputy for t|ie Eastern District, succeeding U'hcn the Jr. (nined with G.Y.'s were enter- Story Hour led by Mrs. R. Scott Baird and Miss Alice Saliba. The programs will continue through »ext week wilh B Christ- mn s Program to be held for an age groups a 3 p.m. Monday. The Junior Leaders will have a Christmas party on Monday at 7:30 p.m. On Tuesday, at 10 a story hour will be conducted by Senior G Y 's by sirs. Bufont Young. The Junior and Senior HI Y will join the choral club Tuesday at ,,P,'"' f 01 ' ciiro ' in E- The group will be under the direction of Dallon C. nowlston. At the Y on Friday, at 10 n m. movie will be presented for all "Be groups. lRST METHODIST CHURCH ' 1 Allen O. Stewart, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. • Morning Worship, 10:50 am Evening Worship, 7:30 pin Junior Choir will sing. - '' ' * u ". Junior Fellowship, 2:30 pm Fri LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Kev. H. H. Blevins, pastor Church School, 9:50 am •Morning Worship, 10-50 a in Evening Worship. 7-33 p m Methodist Youth Fellowship, Prayer Mceljng, Wednesday. FIKST CHUECR OP THE NA/AEENE K W. Na«b, putor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young People's meeting, 7:!5 p.m. Evening Worship, g o'clock p.m. Wednesday prayer services, 7:30 IMMANUEL BArriST CHURCH A. M. Hontton. pa«tar Sunday School, 10 am. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night prayer service. 7 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH L.C. Ramsey, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Chrtst Ambassador services, 6:30 p.m. Children's church, 6:xo p.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.m. i § i i AND LOOK GIFT SHOP China, Cut Gtass Slerlinfj Silv«r, Antique Furniture, ^*jnpe, Bric-a-Hrac I F0» CHRISTMAS AND WEDDJNGS ** MRS. A. G. BRICKEY Osceola, Ark. All Kinds of FIREWORKS for Christmas at BUCHANAN'S Gro. & Mkt. North Highway 61 Christmas Flowers Place Your Order Early! las, Carnations, nitre Iris and Orchids. PoinsDttlas, Cyclamen, African Visit our (srccahouscs ami cntov „,.? « , °r"? your order for out-cf-io™ nower, n Sw« \vl , , <ilSt>lB> ' of mn« P boughs, Laurel Roping and Hol!y for o°U doors. telcgrnp " n ° w<!rs anywhere. Evergreen Heafon's Home of Flowers Davit at Franklin GATEWAY TAHKRNACLE Howard Street Rev. U G. iUiruh, pastor Church Service, 9:45 a.m. Evenlnij Worship, 7:30 a.m. Church Service. Wednesday and Friday. 7;30 p.m. PII.HIM IUTHERAN CHURCH 6th and Walnut „ S^ b * rt J* f f fr : pastor Residence: 513 North Fifth Phone 2704 Sunday School, 10 a m Worship Service, n am Suiiday School Teachers' Meet- Ing, Tuesday, 7:15 p.m. Adult Bible Class, Tuesday, 7:45 NUMBER~N1NE BAPTIST CHUBCH H«w«rd H. Kin*, u, s(or Sunday School, 9-« J .„ Morning Worship ji am ' Ti-alnlng Union. 1 pm ' Evening Worship, 8 pm Wednesday, p rayer me ' t| ST. MATTHEWS CHURCH Rev. B. Francis AtcDevitt. pastor Hev. Paul Rujarskl. assistant pastor Sunday Masses, 9 n. in. FULL GOSPEL TARERNACLE D. R. Harmon, pa^tnr S'lntlfty Pchool. n-i", a.».i Morninn Worship, u a .n. Young Penpfe. fi-4=i p m Evening Worship. 1:30 pm FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH R. S. Baird, putor Bible Scliool, 9:45 a.m Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Evffning Training for all s«e roups, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. B. Francis McDevitt, pastor Rev. Paul Bujarski, aisUUnt pastoi Sunday Masses 7:30 and 10:30 .m. Novena to our Sorrowful Moth- i- Friday, 7:30 p.m. Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. CHURCH or CHRIST E. W. Stnvall. pastor Sunday School. 9:50 a m Worship Service, 10:50 am Evening Service, 8pm A Gorgeous Galaxy of Xmas Cards Awaits You at the Tot Shop DANCE In The New Air-Conditioned MIRROR HOTEL NOBLE SATURDAY 9 Til 1 Q . m . Adm. 60c Incl. Tax THE BEAUTY CLINIC M«rr»«t u«n Smith, Owner Ut N»fl B«nk BJd», Christmas Special! 12 15.00 Rayelle Cold Wave 10.00 Koil Maohineless . . Alarc-ellina Cremc ...... HEVLON GUT 1 SETS Janiece Frazier Opal, B. Perry IBeauty Shbp Ingram Bldg. Phone 2690 the Gift Shop will Remain Open until 9 P. M. Each Evening Until Christmas Special Ctoseout On a Few Christmas Items So Smooth The lady who knows her smartness depends upon good grooming and ... her grooming depends upon her dry-cleaner The BLYTHEVILLE Laundry - Dry Cleaners 270 South Svcomf St. PERMANENTS Oil of Tullpwood Marcellina Crcme FOR CHRISTMAS Kevlon Glf( S e (s Helene Curds Cold Waves Dermetic Cosmrtlcs The Beauty Bar Phone 3202 Glencoe Hole] Shopping Days To Christmas It takes oiify ^ niiiuitc^ lo open a Charge Arrount FITZPATRIGK Jewelry Stores Blytheville, Ark. Osceiila, Ark. Kikeslnn, M(>. 1'aragiiulil, Ark. < i-ontinuous Shows Every Day «t Office (Iprn* 1 :41 LISTEN TO KLCK m. 12:45 p.m. 4: J Abilene Town with Kandoljiii Scutt A Ann Dvorak Serml "Hop Harri K an" Nn. (] and Short. Cont'd. Shows Sal. 10:30 to 11:30 Sundav «nd Mondav The Diary of a Chambermaid with I'aulnttn Gaililiinl anil Ilurd lialfu-li! Paramount News not, Selected Short Cont'd. Shows Sun. 1:15-11:00 Box Office Opitu 6:45 . Open* Bandar 1:110; Start* 1-15 C«nUnno«-i Shows Sat. and 8«a. Bartaln Nljht Every Niih» Ezmyi oonured oa the KOIJ, SMurday Colorado Serenade nilli Pddict l)c::,i :i ,,,i Knsroo Ales Striil "Sr.uli-l Horseman" N,,. K :>ml Short Conl'd. Shows Sal. 10: IS n.m.- 11:30 p.m. mod Mon«1«» ?jr ' >•'SYDNEY GREENSTREET ! : , fltflinALDGASDINER-S. 2. StKALL- ROBERT SHH'NE • — ? """"' Fox News * Selected Short S«kj«-l Contlo«ons Showing flnn. 1;H to H

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