The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 9, 1947
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PAGE FOUR numiEVH.LR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 0, 10.17 Officers Installed , By Baptist Women Miss pearl Lee was installed as president of the Business Women's Circle. First Baptist Church, in n meeting Tuesday -night at the home of tlie sponsor. Dr. Ertnii Nics. Other 1947 officers • cnT: Mrs. John , Tyrone, first vice president; Mrs. Zeh'a Wade, second vice president; Mrs. Odis Shcppard, missionary study chairman; Mrs. Quiacy Oliver Alexander, recording secretary; Mrs. Elvira Sellers, corresponding secretary; Miss Je'.vel tee,, treasurer; Miss Delia Purtle, Community Missions rhainnau: Mis.s Minnie Crown, sunshine pal chairman. "Non-Christian Religions of the World" uns the topic discussed with Dr. Mies in charge of tin- program. Miss Delia Furtle spoke on •'Animism". Mrs. Sellers on "Hin' dutsm". Mrs. H. C. Ulankenshi|> on "Confucianism" and Mrs. N. T. Wade on "Catholicism". A ctrrle of prayers dismissed the group. Refreshments were served. Emscopal Women Elect Officers For New Year Mrs. A. G. Shiblcy will head the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church"during this year. Slie \vas installed in a meeting of the group Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Arthur Vance, at. Armorel, when tiiese also assumed positions: Mrs. John F. Fields, vu-e president; Miss Josephine Shiblcy. secretary; Mrs. E. R. Mason, treasurer; Airs. Arthur Vance, social chairman: Mrs. O. O, Hnrdawav, Altar Guild chairman; Mrs. J, D. .•McDowell, visitim: chairman; Mrs. J. M. Williams. United Thank offering chairman. Two new menders were enrolled, - Mrs. Edith R Reynolds and Mrs. Louis Hnboner, both of whom recently moved here. In a Word contest, Mrs. John P. Fields was winner. During the social hour, refreshments were served. * * * Cotnolimerits Brother On Birth Anniversary Mrs. Charles Frazier of Luxora entertained with a jjarty Tuesday night, at her home in honor of • ••her brother. Gerald Chatin, because it. was his birthday. The 10 guests enjoyed card playing before refreshments of sund- -v.iches, birthday cake and coffee were served. The hostess was assisted by- sister, Miss Normn Chafin. Wednesday Club Party Given at Hotel Noble When Mrs. Charles Hose entertained the Wednesday Dridge Club .••c.stcrday, she was liostess at Hotel N'o'jlc for the club, resuming its weekly luncheons and bridge games following the holiday 'season. Spring bo'.icmets of snapdragons and other blossoms, in pastel shades, formed centerpieces for the two small tables arranged in a private dining room. Itt the card games which followed lunch, Mrs. F. E._nlack won hip.h and the hostess, se'oond high. Clasj Meets Tonight The Fidelis Sunday School Class. First Baptist Church, will have a Mipper party tonight, 7 o'clock, at tin- home o'l Dr. Edna Nies. Knch member Is to take a dish, it was announced. • • • Presbyterians Begin Study on Foreign Missions Thai India, once the center of woild civilization and which possibly could again attain that position, needs Christianity was em- phnsized last night in a meeting, planned by First Presbyterian Church to be^ln the annual Fore- inn Missions study. A motion picture film. with sound, and a re-view of H book on India featured the program which 'allowed supper, first of a series of 'our such affairs this month while the- study is being made by tnm- ilcs of this church. Tn Inking up the first three chapters of the book "India on tho Threshold" by the wife of a Canadian Piesbvterlan minister there, the Hev. Harvey T. Kidd. pastor, spoke briefly of the historical inckfrrotind of Indln as a center of «orl<| civilization, In opening his discussion. With the antiquated farming system now prevalent, he spoke of the poverty stricken peoples there, before telling of the now-expanding industrial Munition, especially in textile nnd steel, which Is causing crowded tenements in the city very much like that experienced by England and the United States in recent years. Emphasis thut India needs Christianity al so was shown by the film of her Baptist Group Hears Business Reports .Reports featured the meeting, of the Woman's . Missionary Union. First Baptist Church, Monday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Kendall Berry ' gave treasurer's report, Mrs. H. H. Brooks told of the mission study project and Mrs. C. W. Alflick of the Community Mission program. Mrs. Walter Bishop pave the devotional, taken from Math. 28:19. "Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name, of the Father, .Vnd of the Soil, and of the Holy Ghost." which is the watchword for the year. ^ The group was dismissed with prayer by Mr.5. Alvln Huffman. Legion Anx'y Plans T Interesting Parties For Bride-Elect Miss Anne I'oricr Travis i:eola, whose niniTJ»i;c to Adrian H. olcnn o! San rrniu-ls^o, Calif.. will be nil outstanding event n<.\i Wednesday, continues lei be complimented with Imorcstinj; events at Osceoln. Mis. W. E. Hunt, entertained with n luncheon Frlilsiy at her home when Miss Travis and her feminine iitlendiinls were gni'.st.s. llridge followed lunch. Mis.-, Travis was presented a gift. Mis. Arthur Hrickey was liostess Friday night to n "bridge parly when there were 12 guests. Mrs. l.eon Sullivan won hljjli score. Mrs. Myron T. Nailling received second high, and Miss June Wctborn won the cut ]»•>•/<•. Miss Travis was presented n crystal vase. Miss Travis Imd n supper party Tuesday night for her feminine attendants at the homo, of her parents. MI-. iind-Jvlrs. David Travis When Miss Adelle Hook entertained with n supper parly lust nlRUt she Included wives or the men [ittendmits, ns v.eli as the feminine attendants of I he b.Me- elcct. The inform!,) ten, 'to be given by Mrs. Myron T. Naillin... i. s ihl s af- terncon at 4 o'clock Miss Hillie Fain will entertain tomorrow night nt Htisl it- Inn \\llh a supper parly for Miss Pa mo la Graf ton Picked as Mascot For Girt Cagers Pamela Oral ton, three-year-old daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Rupert C'rafton, was chosen as mascot ot the Hlyiheville High School Girls basketball team in n "miiscol foulest" yesterday afternoon in the school auditorium. Selected as alternate mascot was three-year-old Mary Jane Droke. diuiglitc-r of Mr. and Mrs J C D:okc. They will lake over their Jobs as team mascots Wednesday night when they lead I he girls' team onto the gym floor prior to the game with the Dell girls squad. Pamela and Mary Jane will wear uniforms like those worn by the piayers ejcept lor a reversed color .scheme. The mascots were chosen yesterday by a committee of faculty members O u tin- basis of their attractiveness and personality. Bits of News Mostly baby. MO. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. T. Wagner and Manila. ' L. H. Hay, Rt. 1, Manila. .Mrs. B. C. Hill, Cooler, Mo, Hoy Lewis, Steele, Mo. Bblhevllle Hospital Admitted: J. W, Williams, Portageville Ilildrcd McClellan, city. Colet Parker, cilv. W. W. Walker, Memphis. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Shclton, Steele, Mo., a son this mo: ning. Dismissed: Douglas .Shillings, city. 'Margaret Curtis, city. Aquita L->ckrldg-», Horncrsville, Mo. Arnold Lee Drown, Hornersville. Mo. M'.-mphls Methodist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. O. M. Hill. Wilson, Mrs. R. O. Gooch, Osceola. Mrs. E. G. Se'A'ell, Braxg City. Mo. Richard Gates, Steele. Mo. Robert O.ites, Steele. Mo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Alexander, Wilson, a daughter. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Patricia Langslon, Caruthersville, Mo. J. R. Stover, Caruthersville, Mo. Inex Whitney, Manila. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall. Canithcrsville, Mo., a sou. "Wheels Across India". w ilh Bill Byi'd as operator. This film touched upon the history, life of the people nitd their religion ns It reviewed t!ie Dennis-Roosevelt expedition. The fio present nlso iicnr<| Miss Jnnc McAdmns sins "Song of India" with Miss Jean Sarber ns accompanist ' after she hnd spokeu' biielly of the music of India. The group snug tlie Doxology with Mrs. Hermon CarlUm.nt the (I,,. ] piano. Hoy Walton snld the blessing before supper and the pnslor dismissed the group. aiipper was served, In buffet fashion, with each member bring- in? n dish as will be done each Wednesday night for these "Family Night 1 ' meetings. Tall candles. In the oriental shades, ana potted plants, decorated the long inbles arranged in the "oci:i! room. j ' • Luxora Contributes $236 In Seals Sale Campaign l.UXOHA, Ark., Jim. 9—M« Thomas F. Hudson, chairman of the Luxora Tuberculosis sales reports that remittances uinou:i;hi-> to S23(i have been made, but there are still quite a number who have not sent in their money for stumps. These are being urged to je:i<l their remittances at once as her clfeck. for all sales is to be turned in by Jan. 10. Corp. Theodore Walil'has'iurived honnv on lerminal leave -from the routh Pacific, where' he served with the 20th Air Force. He' Is son or 'Sir. ahd Mrs. Wilbur Wahl. Mrs. Erwin Mitchell and daughter, .jeanctla Jean McFarland, of Eouthington, Ct,. have'' returned here after a visit with relatives in Memphis and Covington, Tenn. They will be guests of Mrs, Mitchell's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. Leonard Smith, for two weeks before returnin;! home. While here Mrs. Mitchell is undergoing treatment, at Walls Hospital for several days because of a cold. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Patterson and o Entertain Officer Mrs. George Roth of Lonoke. now president of the Arkansas Department of the American Legion Auxiliary and who formerly resided in Blythcvillc, will be invited to be guest of the local group at an early meeting, it has been rm- following Tuesday's night nounced meeting when this was decided 'in'-" on. Baptist Men Plan Brotherhood Meet The Men's Brotherhood of First Baptist Church will meet tomorrow night, 7 o'clock, at the church with John Mays to be in charge. Coming Event* FRIDAY , C. B. C. Club meeting with Mrs. J. D. Smith. Alyha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi being entertained 2:30 club room of City Hall by p.m.. at Mrs. Marvin Lane, president will ask Mrs. Roth to set her own date for coming to Blythcvillc when a special program will be in her honor. Books [or the BIytlicville High School library are to be Riven by the group, it was decided. Mrs. Andrew Mosses. County Council Parent Teacher Association meeting at First Methodist Church. 10 a.m., for open meeting. Planned SATURDAY American Association of University Women meeting with Mis.s Monta Hughes. 1133 Hearn, at a Just Received Complete Showing SPORT OXFORDS and LOAFERS Hrown Klk Too Snlcs ( 6" Also Two New Styles- All White Elk Most $/[.00 Styles ... S6.95 H U VETS ~&Mo^aK O A | • M ^ ^Ott^ PRICE SALE OF COATS, SUITS, DRESSES and SPORT JACKETS Now in FULL SWING Come In And Save JIEDEL'S OPEN ROAl> T:\ii & White Saddle Oxfords. Red Htiliber Sole, Heel W fiWiE's ^«lrtOE « w Farmer-Veteran Crop uotas Measure Ofhrncl . rently srt.syiuotH.s rm tobacco, corn. p/ a! j fJefie//i Patty I whi'iit, cotton, rice and peanut.';. ' | Under ICcfau\'ei's bill, a "irniei-- 1 veteran would (>c entitled to ths ' .sinue qtiotn he had when he entered service, i Veterans who wish to grow quo- WASHINGTON. Jan. • 9. (UP) Rep. Estes Kefauver. IX. Tenn., has introduced a bill to provide farmer- veterans with acreage allotments I u ( . rCJ ,, 3 ror tllc firsl . lme w()uUI and marketing quotas lor crops I , ireil a (uotu liui/c 0 ,, OU(!)1 to owe which the government exer- j c ,, mU lllcm to bt .; ome "bona fide cises maikcting controls. \ '. 0(UlcPrs Tlie Agriculture Department ctir- | • ' The aihk-ih pro'.'i'uui of Cio.sne'lt •vlicul will b'.'iiefit from the hin;;o parly. tr> !i>> lieid there tonight, with procerds to be used toj 1 ptn-- chase ol nef<U':l en:ii|)u:cn ! ., it Itus been annoMnrcd. '!J:e ^aute \viU bt'Ui!' at 7:10 o';'lo:'K. In Kansas, bloodhounds once trailed a burglar 135 miles, from Wednesday morning to Friday night, and .catiuht him. wo children are visiting for -sev- ra| weeks in Stuart and Rirt Merce. Fla. Mrs. J. D. McDowell, who has een quite ill of brotichinl ]>nen- loniu. no w Is improved. She is at Wnlls Hospital. Hathaway Dot PRISCILLA CURTAINS Solid White Size 70 x 2'/ 4 Woven in pin-dot, uulih'le dot and cusliion dot sixes for softness and heauly Other Heautilul I'riscitla Stylus to . Cameo Shirback Cottage Curtains No tie backs or hook:; to adjust. Just a |>ull and O the curtain shirs to a iisrfeet drupe ;H tlie upo.-uvd £^ . decorator height. No Jolds or crushed ruiilc-.;. While Ixickground willi red, blue or green trims. to 4.49 An averse lai^'.e >-]x';-imen of (he grizzly Ijfar may be nine feel 'I'lu're's lleunty for V(Hl at 'I'll!-: HKAl'TY CLINIC 1st Nal'l. ISunli l!l:l;r. I'lioiitf "'IT I January Clearance WOMEN' Entire Stock of Suedes 1 3 High, Medium & Low Heels 5.00 Shoes - now ... 6.00 Shoes - now . . . 6.50 Shoes - now ... 6.95 Shoes - now . . . 9.95 Shoes - now . . . $3.33 $4.00 $4.33 $6,6 3 No Exchanges -- No Refunds Family Shoe Store Phone 2342 312 West Main St. The Eoat?ty Ba llc-Icn Curtis Cc.ld Waves Online Sisters Hair ('reparations X.utos Imiirrial S^O.OO Zuni Null I'clish :;i?!if<>e lintel 1'hnp.t- :}2(\2 Biyfrhevilie's Baby Headquarters! The.. To* Shop Continuous Sho\\s Every Day ISDN: Office Opens 1 :-l!> Show Shirts 2:1)1) USTF.N TO Kl.CN :00 a.m. l:!:45 p.m. -1:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday r^--~-r-\ ,'7,-;*-*.. ,jf>, ~~. ... ''-•^'iA, .'eufl " :K. fi.r.-f~-»' REDUCED! Snowsuits Coats Children's Dresses Skirts and * Boy's Wash Suits All Priced to Go! THE TOT 105 So. Second St. Phone 2308 I\Lraniniint Ne;v.s tV- Shorts Continuous Sho\v;ng Everyday Ro\ Office Opens 6:15 t>ulunia>. Opens Sunday 1:00; Slitrls I'.H C'onlijiuotts Shows S;it. :m<l Sun. It:irj;;iiii Night iivt-i.v Nisjht I'vci-pl No passes honored on Sunday .\ thr Kn\y. f Thursday and Friday YOU CAN SEE IT AT REGULAR PRICES! Directed by HENRY KING gillie Isa If.e Satfntr tAVAB IRaiTI A 2Orh CenUiry-Fo^ Mc^r» , j Sclecled Short Subjects

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