The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1947 · Page 2
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ULYTHBVILLE (AUK.) COUUIKH NEWS SATUUDAV, JANUARY 11, 19-17 Guest At Club Party Mrs" doe FltzpAtrlck was ft guest' ThursSay_night »hen Mis. Norvel, • Humphrey•< entertained the G.N.13. i Bunco Club. , In the-V^ard games, Mrs. Fit?- palrlck won the bunco owurd, Irish j pilze went to Mrs Qcorge Cm*-; nlnghain,'and low to Mrs. John 1 Tyrone. * • ' I A s^tad plate Mas served with I a beverage. , * • * * All Membeis At Club Winter Marriage Announced Mem,l)crs of the Octette Dhib, meeting lor 'the first time in .the New Year, were entertained Thursday by Mrs. James Hill Jr. Tt was an informal affair vjllh talk of Christmas find their gilts adding to" the bridge games, played after the hostess served a dessert course upon their arrival at 2 o'clock, Spring flowers. In pots, added to the jiving room where the card tables were arranged. Mrs. Cleo Langston won hish score imd the hostess was second high. Sorority Has Meeting The Alpha Bctn Chapter of Epsl- lon • Sigma Alpha will assist tivu 1 local needy families temporarily, it \ was decided In the mofilhly me^l-i ing Tuesday night at the Colonlil Room of Hotel Noble. I Miss Rosa Salllra,! presiding, (on- • , durtfd the business session. A i discussion on "Appearance" featured the program with Mbs Katliryn Wahl' as leader. Refreshments were served. Program On Speech Held Origin of speech and growth ot the English language was the. subject of a cultural program given yesterday afternoon at a meeting of the Alpha Delta Chapter 01 Beta Sigma Phi nt the club r?im in (jity Hall. Mrs. Clint Caldwell presented the program. A -discussion ot the International office of thtD sorority and Die Map Covering Greater Europe Compiled By Britain and U. S. of News Mostly. „, ,, , M " s ' tlerl >« !l N- frwcnrcnucn Jr., Is the for who ha,-, br-rn c'.ccordfd nu/nerous honors : torcli 'emblem of Beta Slgmn Phi ness and p?rs-)i:nllty. Announcement. of her Octobe ' rmer Mi for her niarrla« ss Carolyn auractive- has been denlj, conducted the business ses- • Tlie hostess, Mrs. Andrew Moses SCnOOlS FciCC GfQVG served refreshments in a social' Glass Has Supper Party Hardy I ells PTA County Council America lias taught the world Tlicv Succeeding?" what it free school can do but. Every Parsnl-Teacher Association Mrs. W. J. Rodgers gave the de- Tnvittillon of (he T.eachvilb PTA FiriancioHy-Crinpled School Systems at First MathoiJisl," Church ' 1 Music Inr tiie morning session federal aid to k education sums racing from SlfOOln.O(K] dun"" tnr next;, fiscal year to $250,000,000 in th« fiscal year <-nd!i" June 30. .l°aO. The money would bs used to bvl-u; cart) .sintc's outlay for el'mentnrv and hhh school education In at least S'O for eTich uupil between the agss.of Five and 17. Rep. Graham A. Harden, D.. N. C.. who o'nbably' will be ranking minor-' ...... vj JV, nu-A [(Jljil •ate of marriape nnd moCierhorx! -"50 seriously affected tile teacher lllc Rcv - AII -» D - Stewart, p.is- :ro r esslon. 'or of Ihe ho.iti-ss chinch, MII;| (lie Tlv home is the foundation for invocation. r"nrt\::r of (]„, -.inM. ihf. Rev K c For llle "incheon. the Junior tli<:h K"r.? Z 'li. T^stor of tlm wiTson PTA was '" thnrge wilh Mrs. Hay- Met .f-f-jrt climvh, sni[l in spenking ni °nd Van Hooser ns general cliaiV- ™ ' Inf.uente on Youih Outside " m "- Ml 's. Uupeit Cialton w.is Lie s;hoo' ' . chairman of table nrrangemc-nls ihc Jin-.nc should be the tiasls Combinini; Hie Midwinter and w nil suc.i trtoups ns the s:hool.' cotton motif, the lonj; tables, in th r »Ho---i i T1-" 'Vy. ,' , , . . "' schools are su sprays of spruce, entwined wl'.h r,n- v .".^- «el hair, atom; the tilbles. At each ->» as possible tinrier pints was a miniature snowman Hi" ' C "vu'i <lc=]Hrctl Mrs - eostume complete to the shovel m up a hoard there's more bu»s .under it than you would thing." he said. Carl "ntr r wi CCiHrct *'""«• ™stume complete to the shov Harden noted that a similar .n-i- spoke "i "O ,- w T'V J V " C " she the hnnd ' Tllc "'Bistratlon o .sur? car^ylne 5300,000 .000 in f-^d- I ---- ' ____ _ _ __ _^'~ lloo -s. Arc also carried out the theme. cral nld funds v.-as killed !i the i ...... House Educa'.'on Committee la«t , Bessloii by a vote of nine to c:sht. . ilj* '.-hoaizin, a remarkable bird found In tropical America, has a .pair of claws on its wings. M:s. James U. Clark has gone to point;; of Florida to spend two months. i Mr. and Mrs. EthridKe Bennett' left today for their home In Bar- toiv, Fia., after huvins; spent the past three weeks w.'li Mrs. Charles Nc'.vcoir.b and family. Mrs. Bennett Is the lornier Miss Mary Jo New- fOinb. -Bill Affllck Jr., ill of pneumonia at walls HospiliM, today Wus Improved. Miss Jean Sarljer has returned Ironi Memphis where she spent the holidays with friends. Mr. and 'Mrs. J. L. Nabers have fls their Diesis. Mrs. J. D. McKen- icie of West Memphis. Mrs. CJ. D. BniiKlnge of Algona. Iowa, will arrive Monday to spend several weeks here as nuests or her daughter. Mrs. J. W. Iliggers and Mr. Biggeis. Mr. and Mrs. James 1,. Verhoclt are spending Die weekend in Little Rock. Mr. Verhoeff la attending the mill-winter mcetinc of the Arkansas i'ri'ss Afsociutlon. Mrs. Robert L. Porter an-l son. Hobby. Imve arrived here to make' llicir home- while Captain Portor is stationed overseas. Mrs. I'ortrr fi,v- nu;rly was Miss ISetLy Jo Hargett Tin- rninily recently has been residing at Dayton. Ohio. At The Hospitals Biylheville Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Josie Kimbcll. city. > Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. M. B.i.x- ler, city, u son last night. Dismissed: . Mrs. Ted Merrill, city. •I. W. Wliltwoitb. city. Mrs. J. T. Gardner, city. Mrs. David Adams and baby, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, W. S. Watklns. Stccle. Mo. Mrs. Eddie Rlggs and baby. Hi 1 citv. Jewell Sills. Hi. i. city. Mrs. K. II. Horn and baby. Manila. Mrs. P. s. Capchait and brbv Holland. Mo. Mrs. Joe Arivood, city. Memphis llaplist Ho.spit-.il Admitted: .limniie Burden, city. .Mr in n Ills iMHIniilist Hospital Admitted: Monroe Reed Jr.. Osceola. Coming Events Circles or Woman's Missionary Union. First Haplist Church: 1. Mrs. Marlon Wi!liams; 2. Mrs. RoL.iM-1 Van Hooser; 3. Mrs. .7. T. Westbruok: 4. Mrs. Ted King; 5. Mrs. Robert Grimes; G. Mrs. B! B. Woodson. Woman's Auxiliary. First -Presbyterian church, having circle meetings: Mrs. E. R. Lancashire and Mrs. H. C. Lnyson entertaining Circle i at Lancashire home; Mrs. J. E. Bcnsley and Mrs. A. F. Dietrich hostesses to Circle 2 at Bcasley home; Mrs. Byron Morse entertaining Circle 3; Mrs. Erwin P. Jones and Mrs. B. A. Btigg hostesses to Circle 4 nt Jones home. Woman's Society O [ Christian Service, First Methodist Church, meeting at church. 2:30 p.m., for program. i TUESDAY I D.A.R. meeting with Mrs. Charles Penn. Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs. E. B. Woodson nt Hotel Noble. 1 p.m. Senior High PTA meeting 3 p.m., following executive board mectln" at 2:30 p.m. I Tuesday Avulon Bunco Club . meeting with Mrs. R. A. Shamlln | WEDNESDAY ' Mrs. Baker L. Wilson entcrtaln- ins Wednesday Bridge Club. I Family Night Supper and Fore- It! n Study program at First Prcs- Lytcrlan Church. G:45 p.m ! THURSDAY Octette Club meeting with Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Mrs. Harry W. Halnes hostess to ?*rtdWeck Bridge Club. G.N.B. Bunco Club meeting with ^rs. John Tyrone. BV WELLINGTON LONG (fulled Press Staff Correspondent FRANKFURT. Jan. 11.—<UP> — Aii aerial "map covering the greater part of Europe has been com- -pilrd by the United States and Britain In a photographic operation which ended six weeks ago. usu.illy reliable sources said today. Agreement)) were made with most u[ the countries to bs mapped, informants said. It was understood, lio'A'ever. that Russia was not consulted although .she was believed to have had knowledge of the project, known as Operation Casey Jones. Apparently the American photographic planes were unarmed. It JIMS understood that the three western occupation zones in Germany were photographed. Whether the Russian /one wns Included was unknown. An American pilot stalioned at Wiesbaden .said n member of his squadron flying a photographic mlraion over Spain early in 1940 fas accosted by an armed Messer- sclunltt-loa which signalled him to ) Make Report On Treaty Soosi Norway's Parliament To Give Spitsbergen Matter Attention OSLO. Jan. 11. (OP)—Foreign Minister llalvard M. Lange may soon make a full report, to the Nonveglan storting (parliament) on Russia's request, to revise the Spitz- bci'Ken Treaty forbidding establishment of military bases on the Arctic Islands, it was reported today. Jkfisl newspapers emphasized that the Soviet request had "been made first more than two" years ligo aiul.sald there was no Immediate, decisive action required. • I The independent newspaper Ver- densgung said, "There is reason lo] believe that the whole matter is. in a preparatory stage and no acute .situation seems at issue." i Hcundllne.s like "Defense EstaD- !lsliments in Bvalbard (Splt?.ber-1 ir-n) Russia's Wish" and "Sval-' bird Treaty Hcvisnblc Only wltli Consent of All Signatories' 1 were played i:p in morning newspapers. Arbeiderbladet. organ of (he Norwegian labor uovernmciil. suiii it, assumed the story ot the yov request. whi?h first appeared in the London Times, was Drought to liRht at the instigation of the. British foreign office •'which tor nnkno'.vn reasons wishes the mat- r raised' now." (London sources close to the British foreigil office hinted strongly 'ast night that Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Mololov "i-»mindod" Norway of Russia's irtr^" durliiK 'he recent United Nations meeting in New York, They said there was r eason to believe Molotov hud brought up the matter in informal '«!ks ) Tile conservative Aftenposten said it expected an ea:ly statement oy L?nge. who succeeded 'f'rygve We. i?w united Nations Secretary general, as Norwegian foreign minister Aftenposten said the United Nations was the proper forum for any discussions on revising the non-military Norwegian sovereignly over Spiztbergen. Vcrdenagant; commented, "Tcr- ritoriDl or military concessions toward one single state naturally are not out of the question." Wilson News John Ellis returned this week to the Baylor School lor Boys at Chattanooga. Tenn., after spending Ihe holidays with his parents. Dr. a"d Mrs. N. B. Ellis of Wilson fly back toward Germany. The American did so. H was believed tlinl no American planes Hew another photographic mission over Spain. This incident was veritled unofficially by a high ranking officer who formerly held f ,n important iiofillon in the American forces in Europe. , A small American liaison plane, maimed by two American officers wns forced down j,, the Russian wine I-.YO months ago and remained several days, officials said the plane hnd Inu-nded to fly due south n-oin its uas e at Kasse), In the northern tip O f the American zone, toward another American field. They said the officers had t.rcomc confused and headed nortli. Three weeks later another small American plane, out O f gasoline, was forced to land In Hungary. The ojllcial explanation again was that the crew had lost their way. The u. S. Army All-forces hunted all over Europe for aerial photographers just after the war end- i ed. Several were frozen in their jobs for several months, although eligible for discharge. American airforce planes flew daily missions when weather conditions permitted. They photographed almost every square Inch or European nations and produced complete maps of some arc.is for the Ilrst time. U. S. officials pleaded several limes with correspondents not to reveal the story of Operation Casey Jones on the ground that it might "inuire relations with our allies." The British took part in the operation, however, and France agreed to it. Finally officials or the American forces' in Europe, including those of the air force con- 'firmerf unofficially that (lie operation bud been completed. They said they were unable to lower its •secret classification themselves since the inqttnr -'ould be decided on diplomatic levels. TEMPLI-: ISHAKL I>r. Alfred Vise, Kabbi \Vomun's Club Sunday School, 1:30 p.m. Services, 3:00 p.m, FIRST rilKSHYTKHIAN' CHUKCII Harvey T. Klild, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. ' ..Junior Choir. 6:00 p.m. .Supper for Young People, 8:45 p. m. Evening Service. 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Pot-luck supper, 0:45 p.m, Prayer Meeting, 7:15 p.m. Choir Rehearsal, '8:10 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HKItVIOES Woman's Clubhouse, 141C W. Main "Sacrament" is the subject of the lesson - Sermon which will ue read In all Churches and Soc-ltUes of the church of Christ, Scientist. Sunday. The Golden Text Is: "Th e Ilrcad of God is he which coineth down from Heaxciv and giveth life unto the world."—John 0:33. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH H. S. Balrd, pastor Bible School, 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship, io:50 a.m. Evening Training for all age groups, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OK TUB NA/.ARKNE !•'. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, H a.m. Young People's meeting, 7:15 p.m, Evening Worship, 8 o'clock. p.m. Wednesday prayer services, 7:30 . Ser- CHURCH NEWS UAI'TIST CIIA1TL Lilly Street 1). It. Hledsoe, pastor Sunday School. fl:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a. mon by pastor. Baptist Training Union. G:.10 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. IMMANUEI, BAPTIST CHURCH A. M. Houston, pastor Sunday School, 10 am. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 1 p.m. Evening Service, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday night prayer service. 7 p.m. FIKST METHODIST CHUKCH Allen D. Stewart, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Seimon bv pastor. Evening Worship, 7:30 n.m. Choir rehearsal, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Junior Fellowship, 3:45 p.m., Friday. GATEWAY TABERNACLE llouard Street Rev. I,. G.' liorah, pastor Cliureh Service, a:45 a.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 n.m. | Church service, Wednesday and I Friday, 7:30 p.'n. FIHST UAI'TIST ttHUKCI! Walnut ut Eighth . E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, '9:40 n.m. Morning Worship. 10:55 a.m. Baptist Training TJiUon, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship Service, 7:30 p.m. YARBRO MKTHODIHT CHUKCII Kay Ii. McLesler, pastur Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship services, 11 a.m. FLAT I.AKli METHODIST CHURCH Ray I.. McLr-stur, pastor Eunday School. 10 a.m. PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHURCH Kay L. McLcstcr. pastor Sunday School, 10 n.m. Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p.m. Preaching Services. 7 p.m. Beginning 0 L this hour will be the live nights study in the "Motive and Method of a Christian's Religion." Every member is urged to be present. FOP SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in, to 36 in. A.H.Webb Hwy. fit a | stsle Urn Phone BMheville 714 Blythevillc's Baby ' *. • • ' Headquarters! OJVE US THIS DAY OUR DAILY MUKAD For brc,-.d the merchant labors long and late; For bread the begcar goes Iran gate to jjatc. For bread trie sailor loses hearth and r.omc. A thousand, thousand rnllos bread-seekers roam. For biead arc weddings mado and sermons said; Of all good things, the first and ucst is bread. —By Arthur Gultennan • a a NOW at— Liberty Cash Grocery PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Go»rant*ed Ra.it Prtc«« Kirby Drug Stores ST. MATTHEWS CHURCH Osceola Ucv. IS. Francis McDevltl, pastor Kev. .I'aul nujarski, assistant pastor Sun'day Masses, 9 a. m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH T,.C. Ramsey, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services. 6:30 p.m. Children's church. 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.m. LAKE STUEET METHODIST CHURCH , Hev. II. II. Rlevins, pastor Church school,'9:50 n.m. Morning Worship. 10:50 a.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship. G p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7 p.m. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE n. H. Harmon, pastor S'jnday School, 0:^5 a.r.;. Morning Worship, n a.m. Young People, 0-4^ pi:i Evening Worship, 7:30 pjn ClltlltOll OK TUB IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Kcv. IS. Trancls MeOevitt. pastor . Rrv. I'aul Uujariki. assistant pastin . Sunday Masses 7::!0 and 10:30 I' p.m. Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. CHUKCII OF CimiST K. W. Slovall, pastor Sunday School, 9:50 a.m. Worship Service, 10:50 n.m. Evening .Service, 8 p.m. riLKIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Gth and Walnut Hubert .laefrer, pnstor Ufsiilcnce: SKI North I'iftli 1'honc 2701 Sunday School, 10 a.m. ..Worship Service, 11 am. NUMUER NINE ISAl'TIST ClIUKd! Hmraril 11. Klmr. pastor Sunday School, !J:45 n.m Morning Worship, 11 a.m Traliilr.g Union. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. 8 p.m. Wednesday, prayer meeting, 8 p.m. John H. iiolin, nt. No. 1, Box J.O. has made application to operate a car for hire in the City of Blythe- vlllo. Any and all protests should lie in writing and filed within ten days in.the office of the City Clerk. Frank Whitworch . City Clerk. 1 lt-!l! NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Jack Marsh. 1CC5 Hcarn, Biylheville, Ark . lias made application, to operate, five cars for hire, in the City or Blytheville. Any and all protests should be in writing and Tiled within len days In the office of the City Cle:k. \ Prank Whitworth Cily Clerk. There's licauly for You at THR ISEAUTY CLINIC 1st Nal'l. Bank RIu>. Phone SZ7I The Beauty Bar "your bcaufy U our duty" Helen Curtis Cold Waves Ogilvie Sisters Hair Preparations Zotos Imperial $20 00 Zuni Nail Polish Slcncnt' Hotel I'lioni? :12»2 fops with everything! Ihol con^L-c piv-n c ;;i. oy OOWNVHAKC Donutt> Taic '-.^ v..i p;rj-i;i, p u i - cr , in luntH I'ot/:,. r :,;\'.< - M l...i», c . n -insli anj ICtvc 'ex I... :. : ... : K ..,-,., :.,„„,,,., , c ,. cavy lo oi^t'i "i.: rC..\;.':: '^:' ; mo ;,ir.* nclitl 'e-n iirvl. cr._ : ;•; I'lnin Dontiis Dozen .... Sugared Donuls Do/on Glazed or Frosted Pozcn 30 35 40 C HE TAKES IN HIS APPEARANCE TOO! Encourage his deep-down desire to be well groomed ... by letting us keep his clothing in tip-top condition. ' The BLYTHEYILLE * Laundry - Dry Cleaners 270 South Second St. Continuous Shows 'Every Day Uox Office Opens 1 :-15 Show Starts 2:01) LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday $ Black Beauty .with Mona Freeman and llichard Denning Serial "Hop Harrigan" No. !) ami Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30-11:30 v • Sunday and Monday Paramount News Also Shurls Cont'd Shows Sun. 1:15-11:03 Bnv OfHce Opens 6:45 Saturday. Opens Sunday 1:00; Slarts 1:15 Continuous Shows Snt. and Sun. Hat-Rain Nlghl Kvcry NixM Kxci-p* No IKISSCS honored on Suml.iy ;il the 1 Ko\y. Saturday Cowboy Blues with Ken Curtis Serial: "Scarlet Horseman" No. and Short Cont't! Show.-; Sat, 12:30-11:30 Sunday and -Monday Fox News and Selected Short Continuous Show San. 1'.13-11:00

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