The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 18, 1947 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 18, 1947
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BLrTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ;Gu£Ils'Attend Club Siveral guests nddcd to (lit CDC 'Ro<jk ,C'lib tatty yesterday after- nhon M s O O Elkins was Addition to members, other rj^uere Mrs J D Smith -Mrs. Jano Hv, M's T W Neil and n W R Moore First rrlz 1 v,cnt to Mrs J D. rnivh., second to Jirs W R- Moore and rook award to Mrs. with A sil°d plate iced drink 0 Engaged Mr. and Mrs. w. R. Kills announce the engagement and ap- pronchinfi marriage of their dautjh- (er, Miss Bcll'yc Rnye Ellis, to Carl E. Walker, son Of Mrs. Jannctt n, '-Wccr. 2400 Foryesi, iVtemphis, Tenn. I" Kcv. Theron J. Wnlker. The 1 bride-elect, who attended high school in Blylhoville, where reared, now resides in Memphis where her fiance is associated with his brother In (he produce business. Two Blytheville Girls Enter in Art Competition Two Blyt!iev;;;e glf's have wcr. !citi Yride honors in i iccent arl jcontosl \\hich \\\l\ make them leligibie. for. the. state .'competition, Iprlof ,to the national competition. Opal: Sylvester and Agnes Amic JBradley, pupils of Mrs. R. L. Bnul- lej, won'tthe -1(5 ptipei in the scn- iorVd Harry Doelila Art competition 6f-;greeting, card designs. They will receive special atroil.s IDT the winning designs and their entries placed In the semi-linnl competition: to find the stale-wide winners-in each.slate. More than 15.000 boys and ';tv!s from high schools all over the country submitted greeting cartl designs In this competition which offers $10.000 in art scholarships. and JJnited states bonds. Stales prizes will be $100, S50 find $25 in bonds. The final five ilatlonal winners will be chosen from . among, state winners. The first national 'prize. Is n four-year arc school scholarship with a value otl$10Cd, plus an allowance of $100 for materials for each of the four |years. :.-••.• Second national prize is n two- year scholarship n nd allowance, rrirlrrf, fourth and -fifth prizes are |$175, $150 and $100, bonds. I 'In addition, high schools attend- Icd; by all state-wide priz? win 1 -s •will be awarded special prizes con- •sisling.of. sets of books on art, to I'jecome .a. ipermaneiU part of the [EClibol art library. . -. Ghurqh to Send B|ti Delegation ito Little^Rock -A ' number of members of tne (First Christhn Church will RO to [W'tt!e"Ro!;k:M,nnda Y to 1 attend (.he • Arkansas Crusf'cis~AssemblV} it-was | .jj,. ^.^-.~-— — Iprtr.o'unced todnj'by the Rev. R. S. MlSS Outlaw's Pupils iBaird, pnstor; who said a goal of - - |EO;'hi!d been set. I'M} Crusade Assembly is a mass ;e't'fp» of Christian Church people Ifrbin all over the state, to receive [information pobut the "Crusade for I a j=Christiun World." which is a I four-year'program of advancement, theme was used I IS team cif eight widely known cast this week |pj«v'-^ lenders will address "' At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. Fay Jennings. Tit. 3, city. Mrs. J. G. Hardest}', Annorel. Mrs! Kate Hancock, I.uxoia. Mrs. Travis McCalne and haby. Manila. • uti, McCiirroll, stcele, Mo. Memphis St. Jnsepli H»s[ill:i] Admitted: Mrs. F. Roland Anders, Os'ceola. Illythevllle Hospital Admitted: M-s. C. L. Soeer, city. , Martha Hu.ildlc.slon. city. Mary Frances Tiiomas. Cooter. Mo. • Born to Mi. and Mrs. Homer Webster, city, a daughter this morning. Dismissed: Mrs. Arah Shedd, Manila. Bits of News i- w-(ld!nir will be KOlenMii/.rcI Mrs. II. Scott liaird and two Feb. 13 at the Blessed Sacrament , children, nelh nnd Hobby, arrived Church in Memphis by the -night home last night from Meeker. Okl:\.. after having also.visited at Quiuuth, Texas, during their four weeks stay. They were accompanied home by the Rev. Mr. liaird who went to Meeker Monday for them, Martha HuddlcsUm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LsRojr Huddleston, is undergoing treatment at Blylhe- vlllc Hospital. Mrs. A. R. Weienkump is undergoing examination al. Campbell Clinic In •Memphis for several days. She expects to return home tomorrow. 'Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Langston Many Gwosfs Attend . Brotherhood Meeting A group of men from Holl.xnd, Mo., and Manila wore guests of the Calvary Baptist Church Brothei-tuml group last night when 91 utlend-. ed (he meeting. Guest .speakers were Ihc Rav. Howard King, the Rev. M. E: Wiles and the Rev. H. A. Zimmerman who used as their topics "False Flyln;.. Stealing ami Blasphemy." Speakers Coming Events MONDAY Lake sired MoUiodlsl, ciiurcl; Woman's society i of Christian Service mcctiifg with Mrs. l.eoii fc'cherer for program. Circles of Woman's Society of Chrislian .service, I'jrst Methodist Church, meeting: One, Mrs. W. P. McUanlel, Two. Mrs.; F. K. Black; If, Mrs. w. L. Hornci; 4, Mrs, W. A. Ljiig; 5, Mrs. Caillon Smith; 0, Mrs. C. A. Cunninghaim. First Presbyterian (Church Wo; man's Auxiliary meeting at church, 2:30 p.m. ; I Woman's Missionary Union, Cal- I vary Baptist Church, having mls- slon study at Tuesday church, 2 p.m. I Mrs. Russell llaynes Farr hostess to Tri-Town I3rl(lgc Club. Ayalon Bmifo Club meeting with Mrs, George Uiivnll. TUESDAY Chapter N, PEO Sisterhood meeting with Mrs. Chester Caldwell and Mrs. I,. E. Old at Caldwell home ) p.m. WEDNESDAY Mrs. w. J. hostess to Wednesday [Jridge Club. First Pie.sbyterian church having "Family Night" supper and foreign mission study, 0:45 pm THURSDAY Jolly Eight Rook club meeting with Mis. Helen Wren. Mrs. w. L. Horncr entertaining Midweek Bridge Club. 10-Year Roads Plan is Filed With Governor UTTLE ROCK, Ark., Jan. 18. — (UP)— Arkansas' highway problems today were out of tlic linnds of Oov. lion Lniicy's advisory coni- nilllcc, ami they had licon placet! SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 19-1'.' and son, Chartos Jr., left today for several iliiys stay in Howling Green, Ky.. where they will be RUcsls of Mrs. Lnngslon's sister, Mrs. A. F. Webb, and Mr. Webb. Mrs. J. D. Wlimcr • mid infant have been removed from the lap of CYe chief ex- iid the sctli General As- right in ecutive sembly, Yesterday, a siib-commltlcc of Limey's original 37-inai'. group submitted Its long-awaited report to the governor. Designed on a 10- year pliin, committee members said It would bring 5160,000,000 Into the tills of the state highway fund during that time. The plan, which would eif.'lop highway Ills In a quadruple plncer movement, Includes proposals for one completely new tax, higher rates for two taxes already in use, and a recommended revision of license fees for trucks. ^There would ))e un additional one percent sales tax, an additional one-half cent tax on » gallon of gasoline, and. a use lax (hat would net the state three cents on the dollar. FIRST PRKSBVTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kldd, pastor Sunday Sshool, 6:45 a.m. Morning worship, ll:oo a.m. Sermon: "How Much Freedom of Choice Have We?" ..Junior Choir, fi:CO p.m. Supper for Young People 0:45 P. m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Monday Auxiliary 2:30 p.m. Wel'.nesciay Congregational supper, 0:45 pin. choir Hehearsal, 8:10 p.m. BAPTIST CHAPEt, Wily Street D. I!. Illedsnc, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning worship, 10:59 a.m. Baptist Training -_-nlon. G:,IO p-n Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Cabinet meeting of .department .superintendents, 7:45 .p.m. Teachers and. officers meeting 1:00 p.m. Prayer service, 7:30 p.m. , Choir practice, 8:10 p.m. IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH A. M, Houston, pastur Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night, prayer service, 7 p.m. 18.— were Walls Hospital to their home, 2117 Miss Mary outlaw is spending the weekend in Osccoln us guest Of Mr. n nd Mrs. Donald Werlz. Roland Bishop w lll leave Sun- clay for Dallas and other points of were Introduced by the host j>:istor. the Rev. P. II. Jernlgan. The meeting was opened with n brief business session and .ioclnl period under direction of Jehu Sparks, 1 president:. Serving cm the refreshment com- Texns where he' will attend In bvis- initcce were .!. P. Hocotl, cliulrmr.n; illc ss for four weeks of Swift Oil Alton Presnell, James Carter, Ir- Company of which he Is cashier, vin Burner, George Gean nnd Wil- i Mrs - B - D - Wilson went to Mem- burn Van cleve. 'phis Thursday night (or a dinner The Broui) was dismissed wllli ) K "' l y '» 'he Skyv.-ay at Holel Pea- prayer by the Kcv. Mr. Jnrnlgnn. bod.v, given by Mrs. D. R. Lassiter of Jonesboro. Included In the eight guests also were a number ''friends from Jonesboro, nnd Mrs. Wilson's son, John Bruce Wilson, a student at Arkansas State College there, and her daughter. Miss FBI Reports 30 Arrests Of Westo Gong Hi-jackers NEW YOYK, Jan. 18. (U.P.) — The Federal Bureau of Investigation today announced the smashing of a 20-mnn hi-jacking ring said to have been responsible lor more than :)o hl-jackings In Uic metropolitan area within the last yenr. Tlie FBI snld that nil members of the gang had been arrested. It was said that total loot outainrrt by the so-called "Wcslo Gang" In Its hi-jaekings was more than $500,000. High School Student Suffers Fatal Injuries TEXAIiKANA, Ark., ,Jan. CUPJ — Funeral arrangements being completed here today for >IU!|)h E. Patterson, Jr.. 1C, who died in a hospital yesterday Irani injuries suffered in a fall in the gymnasium ofl Texarkana High School Thursday. Svhool officials said that, the youth tried to heap from one flight of stain; to another, but hit his head on a concrete support. Read Courier News Want Ads. CHURCH NFWS FU1.I, CiOSl'KI, TABERNACLE I). It, Harmon, pastor Svndfty School, tl • 15 a.:x:. Morning Worship, u Young People, G'ln ptn. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. FIHST CHRISTIAN CHURCH R. S.,Halrd, pastor Bible school, 9:45 a.m. • Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Evening Training for all groups, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. age ST. CHURCH Broadcast Class Study ,. •Uniyersitr; Mrs; O. J. Coulter, Iral&ionarv bf; v Hofci, China; the Rev. G. Gerald Sin's; former Pastor lcf|Pirst•Christian 1 .'Church in Little |K66U and .recently': of the First Cnureh : in Pon;a City, Paul": <7. Prestnn. px»c'ntivr> I r.ctyretnfy, of the Pension Fund of IChrisI; Miss Jane Ellen Miller, di- Ireetor of youth organizations in The third grade students of Miss Mary Outlaw, nt Central Ward School, arc studying "Community Life" as their project and this in a radio broad- when the entire this class participated. Blytheville, the pupils were asked to. tell of things the community needed and ihese were recounted, after having been turned in at Judges Plan Conference On New Pay Schedules MTTLE ROCK, Ark.. Jan. !8. (U.P.)—A .six-man committee coin- posed of Arkansas circuit judges nnd chancellors has been named to confer with judiciady committees of tlie General Assembly rota- tive to legislation setting up M'dicial salary incrcasis au by the voters of the -- TT - T in llic November general clccttjini tmlay 50 miles off Cape Tferlryi* Mary Emily Wilson sides In Memphis. who now rc- FIIEST ItAI'TIST CHURCH Walnut ill Eighth E. C. Brown, linstor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Baptist Training Union. 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship Service, 1:30 p.m. YAHBRO MKTHODIST CIUIKCII Ituy I,, nicl.estcr, pastor Sunday School. 10 a.m. FLAT LAKE METHODIST CIIUKCH Ray I/. Mcl.i'slcr, pastnr Sunday School, 10 a.m. MATTHEWS Osceula Rev. B. Francis Mcltovltt.' pastor Rev. Paul Bujarski, assistant pastor Sunday Masses, 0 a. m. FIRST METIIOIHST CHURCH Allen I). Stewart, pastor Church School, t):45 am Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Sermon: "We Would Sec Jctms." Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. W.S.CJS. 2:30 p.m., Monday. Choir rehearsal, 7:30 p.m. Wed- •nesday. Junior Fellowship, 3:45 p.m., Friday, GATEWAY TAHERNACLE Howard-Street Rev. L. G. Borah, pastor Church Service, 9:45 a.m. Evening .Worship, 7:30 a.m. Church Service, Wednesday and Friday, 7:30 p.m. ' fc ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 1,.C. Ramsey, iiastor Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services, 6:30 p.m. , I Children's church, 0:30 p.m. ' Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.m. | LAKE STREF.T. I METHODIST CHURCH I Kcv. II. H. lilevins, pastor Church School, 9:50 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. i Evening worship, 1:30 p.m. ' Methodist Youth Fellowship, G .m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7 .m. FIRST CHURCH OF THE N'AZARENE F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. 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 CHURCH OP TIIE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. 1!. Francis McDevItt, pastor Rrv. Paul llujurski, assistant pastoi Sunday Masses 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. Weekday Masses, 3 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST K. W. Ktnvall, pastor Sunday School. 9:50 a.m. Worship service. 10:50 (..m. Evening Service, a p.m. PILKIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Gth and Walnut Hubert Jiicger. pastor Residence: 513 North Fifth Phone 2104 Snmlav School, 10 a.m. Worship Service. 11 a.m. NUMBER -NINE : • BAPTIST CHURCH Howard ir. Kiny. pastor Sunday School, 9:43 a.m . Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Training Union. 7- p.m. Kvening Worship, a p.m. Wednesday, prayer meeting, p.m. They listed homes, schools, churches, stores, , public utilities, hospitals, playgrounds, community house and library. The boys and girls discijssed 'the- UnitM Christian Missionary tllc sc assets and concluded the pro- I SoSiety;- Charles Marion Ross na- grain with group siiii'inj; Itiorial 'director of 'adult materials. : :— I Knd W. M Wicklzer. executive sec- I retfvry of Home Missions. Pj'OmofcJ The Assenvbly be held in land others will leave -Monday Imornine. The first session begins laflQiBO a.m. scnool. s M ss i Read Courier News Wnnt Ads. 'Charred to Meet You' Jurdette Home Economics Students Are Initiated LUXCRA, <Ark., Jnn. 18.—Fortv home economics students ami their Icnchor. -Miss Ruth Usscry. of Bur- clette School were eiitertuineci 1 by the Home Economics Club ol Ihc Luxorn iHlgh School in the. home tcononiics coltnne Thursday afternoon when Miss Christine Culvert, home economics teacher of L«XDri\ niut Federal Home Economics Advisor of Mississipni, initiated the biinrdcUc students into i\ Home Economics Club. After the initiation club songs were sung and the hostesses served punch nnd cookies. Seven Fishermen Rescued' NORFOLK, Va.. Jan. IB— (UP)— j The fisliina trawler Mollic and | Jann headed for Cape May, N. J., today uttii seven rescued crcw- mcu from the trawler Balila, which burned to the water line late yes- Va. All earlier fire aboard tho 48- foot fishing vessel was put out vilh the help of the Hritislr- reighter Tnmagami Park. Final Parties Given For Osceola Bride Prior to the marriage Wednesday of Miss Ann Porter Travis of Osccola and Adrian H. Glenn of Ba Francisco, several more parties were crowded into the final two days before the wedding. Members of the bridal party were entertained Monday atter- noon by Mrs. Mclvln Speck. Miss Emily Mason and her mother. Mrs, W. c. Muson, were hostesses Monday night when thcN entertained 20 guests for a bridg' larty. The plantation home of Mr. anil Mrs. R. C. Bryan was the scttlne Tuesday night for the rehearsal linner. ntlendcd by 31 guests, who enjoyed a turkey dinner. SKIN I Stop Scratching! — Try This T)!s:tri!ss of UKly i)tmploM r rashes. Itching, hilnltiiL; .skin i] isortltM-s re- KliHln^; frum oxtcrunl Irrltntlons can often be quickly ri'llnveil l,y thly simple Inoxpenslvo ti'caltncnt. a .small liotlle of MOOTIO'S I-^moraUl Oil at the nearest tlrim .stoio. [Jso [IM tlirectril for 1U slays, satlsfactlnn snixi-iintcod or money back. Stainless—£re:iHeIass. CITY DRUG CO. I'KOMISKI) LAND METHODIST CliVIlCH r-. «- •-••-• ''• Mcl.cstcr, pnstiir 'Purjday Sciiodl, 10 a.m." •' r Fellowship. 0:30 p.m. ling Services, 7 p.m. TKMI'LE 1SKAEI, Dr. Alfrcil Vise, Kabbi yV''s Club Sunday School, 1:30 p.m. Services, 3:00 p.m. JIUHSTIAN SCIENCE SKIWICF.S Vnman's Clubhouse, 141C W. Jlaiii "Life", is the subject of the •esson - Sermon which will be end in all Churches and Societ if the Church of Christ, Scientist, Sunday. "This is the record, that God inth given to us eternal life, nnd his life is in his son."—John 5:11. TRY MANHATTAN FINER COFFEE FIRST LADY CANNED FOODS Found at PICKARD'S Phone 2043 1044 Chickasawba SfjftCj mlpht expect a gal to be burned up over such a social countre- tojajfe, "but "Lady Astor," Cleveland, C*Io, show window roanne- Wjp, maintains her, «loof poise despite fire which ruined—but Dimply mined—her snnatl n«w Zrock, ^ —-~- ', NOTICE TO ALL AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Join the Arkansas Automobile Club and enjoy its many benefits. / Membership affords you extra protection, savings, convenience, comforr and nation-wide travel service. We also \vrile full coverage insurance lo our cuslomcrs a I 20'> ilisccmr-.l from Arkansas manual rales. PUBLIC MATHUTY COLLISION COMI'KKHKNSIVK IT PAYS TO BELONG Smart Motorists Drive the AAA Way AAA OFFICE NOW OPEN IN JACKSON BLDG. There's Beauty for You al THE HEAUTY CUNIC 1st Nat'l. Bank Rlilg. Phone 3'J74 Something T J TURKISH BATHS It's lierc! It's New! Turkish baths! You've asked for them and here they are ready to serve you. Phone for an appointment today and watch the pounds melt away, as you relax under the warm invigoratinj,' steam of n real Turkish Bath. Phone for appointment today! ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP The Beauty Bar "your beauty Is our duty" Helen Curds Colil Waves Ogilvlc Sisters Hair Preparations Zotos Imperial $20.00 Zun! Kail Polish 'Jleiicoc Hotel Phone ,'!2(li! Blythevillc's Baby Headquarters! The Tot Shop Continuous Shows Kvcry Day Hox Office Opens 1 :45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CX 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Frontier Fugitives with Dave O'Rrlr-n Serial "Hup llarris-uii" N«. 10 and Short Cont'i) Shows Sat. 12:30-11:S|) Sunday and Atoiulnv 313 North Second Phone 3302 BE PREPARED . . . This is the Boy Scout motto and you can make it yours, too. When you let our cleaners keep your blouses and dresses snowy clean, you're always ready for the occasion. We take pride in our work. The BLYTHEVILLE Laundry - Dry Cleaners 270 South Second St. with ri((T INN mDDLFH LTKK GARNER • SCDTT • BARI • HUM . CGHNIE STOCKWELL • MARSHALL Paramount News & Shorts onunuuus allowing S'jn. 1:15 to 11 Bo* Office Oprns 0:45 Saturday. Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts Iris Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night fixc^pl No passes honored on Sunday at the Rosy. Last Time Today Devil's Playground with \Vi1li:im Uoyil "Kc.-iilt'l l{or*ttnnn'* Nn. 10 ami Short Cnnl'd Shnus Sal. 12:30-11:30 Iff Sunday and Monday z?&^ Risl M Doraiic Mmd in TECHNICOLOR! > CGUM3U PI£Rf.U ptrartl Fox News and Selected Short I Cont'd. Shows Sun. 1:15-11:00

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