The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 21, 1947
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(ARK.) COURIER NEWS To Teil of India TUESDAY, JAN UAH Y 21, 1497 WMU Meetings Held In Qjpups Yesterday The Woman's Society of chils- tlan SSrvIce of the First Methodist Church met yesterday In circle groups with regular- meetings being held other than at the home ol Mrs. JfJ. X Black, who was hoi'rss with' a luncheon to circle Two. | Circle One met at the home of Mrs. \V. P. McDantcl with 15 members present. The devotional was .piVM'.bv 1 Mrs. Allen Stewart and 'Mrs. John Miles Miller conducted tho Bible Study. Mrs. Huijn Whltsltt and Mi's. J. D. Cook wore Quests at Mrs. Blnck's luncheon included 22 members with Mrs. Hershnl Jackson. Mrs, R. 1* Gnlnes nnd Mrs. c. R, Wrolen Sr.. nltcnd- inct nls members for the first timo. Mrs. William Wyatt led the Bible Study. ' Mr>. W. P. Horner was hostess to )5 members of circle Three fur which Mrs. J. It Verhocff gave th« T>ib|o Study. Ch'cl 0 F-iur rnel with Mrs, Toby Long. Co-hostess to the 15 members-was Mrs. E. L. Jones. Mrs. L. E. Old gave the devotional n:iri Mrs. B. A. Lynch, the Bible Study. Mrs. O. O. Smith Jr.. and Mis. C. G. Smith Sr., were hostesses to ]7 i>'p|"bers of Circle Five. Ti.e rlpwitinpnl was conducted by M<s. Enllv. Hubler. nnd Mrs. O. E. Kt'iiiiscn save the Bible Study. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was hrstcss to Circle Six. The 15 members present included three at- tendin" as members for the first tinv. Mrs. A: C. Haley gave tlie devotional !>n<l M«-s. O. N. Hawkins,' the Bible Study. Mrs- Srhei'p.v Hostess To Methodist Women MK. L?on Schercr wns hostess 1'iid'Mrs. Don Lutz. co-hostess, yesterday. afternoon- to thp. Woman's ficcictv of Christian Service ol . L9kr- Street Methodist Church. | "Stewardship of Children Tl>rmi»houl the .World" was discussed by Mrs.- George Shanks, pro- , i:rnm leader, she \vas assisted by M-CW. B -Mayo, Mrs. Allen Van- Wirfi'o. Mrs. Iverson Morris. Mrs. .T~»-s!-ickl°nd. MI-S. J. W. Maloney, , Mrs: 1 H. E. LaSliot. Mrs. C. T. ' Esejhlm and; Mrs. Lutz. A *. p!o,dEe ' service- followed the rro-jyam nnd during tlie business session, reports were made concerii- in.S^the Officers' Training Day Jan:"n in Marked Tree. The Lake Street Wf-CS had been one ot seven ftther county organizations mnk- in3i±c[ttclaicv aims during 1'JIG. T^e hostesses served a sunrli'lrh Missionary Work Discussed Yesterday Community mission work wag discussed by members If the Woman's 1 Missionary Union of Calvniy Baptist Church yesterdny sfUv.-- noon when circles One nnd Two met at the church, The meeting was opened wi'.n prayer by Mrs. Henry McOim, and Mrs. P. H. Jcrnigan tamiiu the mission study lesson. Mis. Mabel umsford conducted rue business session, when plans v,"--ie made for the monthly project and representation at the Mississippi County Woman's Mlsslonnry Union Rally to bt- held Friday In Manila. Miss Wilhite Leads Royal Service Program Miss Cordelia Wilhile led the Royal Service progrnni of the Woman's Missionary Unl'on of First nnnllst Church yesterday afternoon when mcmliers met at the church. Assisting Miss Wllhitc on the program, topic ot which was "Etcr- nSl Message For All People" were Mrs. M. C. Outlaw, Mrs. H. H. Brooks and Mrs. J. J. cookslon, Mrs. Victoria Gilbert led the devotional, "One God and -One World," Prayers were led by Mrs. Theodore Loynn, Mrs. Walter .Bishop and Mrs. W. M. Williams. YWA Meeting Held At Overman Home Miss Edna Overman wns hostess Inst night to members of the Young Womnn's Association of First Baptist Church at her home. 125 F.ns' Rose Street. , Mrs. Dorothy Ferguson led the program, "Missionary Work In China.'' The hostess wns assisted n serving refreshments by her sisters. Misses Clime, Mtixine ant Bcrnclce Overman. Star of Sweden iTexqs Queen Auxiliary Meeting Is Held at Church "What Is My World to Do Abou World Peace?" was the questi.v asked in the program topic nt tl: Auxiliary meeting of the Prasb,' tcrian Church yesterday afternnoj nt the church. Mrs. Veruoi Thomasson led the program. Mrs. c. M. Gray, president oiicned the meeting nnd rend aloiv a "Message of Courage," writtc by Dr. Frank Wilson Price, ,re .turned missionary from China. | Group sinning was nccornpnn'.e by Mrs. F. B. Joyncr, pianist. Mr. G. W. Dillnhunty gave the dcvo 'Uonnl. taken from Isaiah on Psalms and as another part of 111 program Mrs. L. S. Hartzog re'.i a poem. During the business session, was announced that the SUuli 1 or India with covered dish suppers are continued with the next sliuty to be held tomorrow night at Uie church. At The Hospitals HlylhevHIc Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Betty Gxnn, Etc. 3. Disiimsec?: Joe Dean pierce, Manila. Mrs. R. li. Wade. city. Mrs. P. D. Fietcher. city. Mrs. .lerrv Edwards. Manila. M's. C. L Spears, city. MMnpbis Methodist Hospital Lcuis George. Osceola. J. E. Eblen. Leachville. Dispensing \\-ilh the usunl synthetic "gin. ::cr" ufTeetc'il by screen slurs, Inga Lanclgre, l!l- ycar-old Swodisli film favorile, is pictured as she recently iir- rlved in New York—presumnbly bound for filmduin's j;l;ini<ji kind, llallywood. Coming Events WEDNESDAY chapter D. PEO Sisterhood leetlng with Mrs. W. c. Gates. Mrs. w. J. wunderltch hostess to Wednesday Bridec Club. First Presbyterian Church having '•Family Night" .supiwr and foreign mission study, 0:45 p in THURSDAY Jolly Eight nook clulj meeting with Mrs. Helen Wren. Mrs. w. L. Homer entertaining Midweek Bridge Club. THURSDAY 20th century club will ;neet :it tho nut. B p.m. Dr. alii] Mrs. J. S. Sallba host and hostess to I'aU, Matrons and Patrons of the Order of the Eastern star at their home, 124 East Kentucky. 'I o'clock, with pot-luck supix'r. FRIDAY Mrs. A. A.' Hardy entertaining CDC Hook Club nt home or Mrs Alvln Hardy. Alpha Delta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority, meeting 2:30 p.m.; nt club room of City Hall with Mrs'.' •I. W. niggers ns Meeting ol the Women's cl'ib members '.'.-M \>. m. nt Club Hon.-!.;. Bits of News George Cross Jr., who the University of Arkansas, Pny- ettcville, spent the weekend h"ie with his parents, Mr. and Mis.j George Cross St. Mr. nnd Mrs. Garth Castlio :m«' laughter, Ixita Rose, left Sntui ( Jay for Miami Bench, Fin., where they will visit for two weeks wi'.n Mr. nnd Mrs. Coy Sharp. Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Salibn :n.:l daughter. Miss Alice Snltba, spout Sunday visiting relatives hi Can 1 ';, 111. Condition of. Jimmy Lowe, young son of Mr, and Mrs. J. c. Lowe, was improved today following a sinus treatment yesterday in Memphis. He hns been ill more thon n week. Accompanying Jimmy to Memphis were his parents. Ins grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. T. Moon, and brother. Jerry. Mr. Eisenhower Enters Hospital [.For Treatment WASHINGTON, Jnn. 21. (UP) — Gen. Dwiglit D. liisenhower army chief of staff, entered Walter 'Reed hospital today for treatment of n stoliuifli disorder. A Wai- Department statement snid: "General Eisenhower suffered a digestive upset this morning He drove cut to Walter Reed Hospital aoont to a.m. in --its, nnd entered the hospital for observation " Kisenhowcr returned 10 clays ago from Florida where he rested uncl underwent treatment in Pratt General Hospital -,-.i oursitis, n disorder of the nerves in Ills arms. lie was scheduled to confer with the comminuting generals of the armies nnd air forces today in the first meeting of u three-clay con-, icroncc on war department policy. Tlie conference wns held as .scheduled c-csDltu liis absence. Eisenhower hud sair.1 upon his retuin from Florida that he "never felt belter." He said he was in 'x:clV>nl health exi-i>|)l f or Uie jursitis. Ycsturclny he addressed the Unit- d States conference of mayors icre. Infant Herndaes Dies Burial services were held this morning, 10 o'clock, nt Sandy Ridge rv-metcry for Jesse M. Herndaes. who died near Gosnell Saturday I'lKIH 15 hours after birth. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs J -M Hernoaes. than a week, the mercury skidded to a low of 29 degrees during lust night, according to Robert E. Blaylock, official weather obseira-. Thermometer Drops Below Freezing WOMEN im THIS NERVOUS On 'CERTAIN DflYS'of Month! If functional monthly dlsturbancM S Bi'iri!"!. '" BU ,'i" """OIK ttnslo.?! Dropping )) point for the first the lime freezing in inrj'-e e relieve such symptoms. In a nationwide lecture lour- of the U. S.. Krishimi Nehru, sister of Pandit Jnwuharlal Nehru, head of, Inclin's interim government, will toll Americans of her country's problems and .'hopes. She's pictured in New York after arriving by plnne from India. Lowe will remain in Memphis MV- ernl days to undergo a routine :heck-up at a clinic. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe P. Pride Jr.. of Joncsboro, spent the weekend here ns guests of their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Shaver n»d Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe_P. Pride Sr. | Mrs. P. E. Cooley is ill at hp'i •home, 1125 West llearn Street. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dunkin wil r>ve Thursday lor a five-week trip p points in California and Orc- on. Tlicv will 'be the guests o tr. Dunkin's nephew, Elb=rt Dunin, nnd uunily in Los Angclcf nd Mrs. Dimkin's nephew, Mnrcu Maori', and family. In San Fran !.•:<:<). In Porllur.ct. Ore., they wi! Missionary Meet To Be In Mani na Tlie first quarterly meeting ot the Mississippi County Woman's < Missionary Union will be held Frist meed she was today rrVon,^ ° UDCn Citrlana nt <n« The day's program, of which Mrs Tevn, A i «|« m °nics of tlu- Howard King is clialrmnn, will be TirM «•• i ~ ' eld BtM «rcrc presented by the No. g Baptist Pl-ofo, ' aS ' <NEA Tplc; - Churc "- •"« Rev - Howil «' King pastor of that church, will |>re- - . - < Missionary Union wil be hed Pr Miss Betty J 0 Knox of San Beni-.o. dny. 10 o'clock, nt Manila Baptis lexns, put aside her straw hat church, WMU leaders announce Hiursday night when MOWS THE TIME FOR MOULDING A VALENTINE FIGURE! Take a Series of Gyrorlucing Treatments Today! ^our figure may not ba what you want now but you can mould _ it to proper proportion for that special "man" in your li(,-. Be _sure come Valentine's Day, that you have what It takes to catch —his eye! CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP 311 No. Second SK Phone 2592 eiU a sermon to hi^hlighl th program. A playlet will be given jy members of the Mnniln WMS. "lusiness discussions will be held in -arious conferences ctnrina the day All WMS members in Uie coun- y are urged to nttend. Beorden Gets Hearing Aid For Senators LHTLE ROCK, Ark., Jnn. 21. (U.P.)—The Arkansas legislature wn.s further streamlined today by tlie addition of u public address system in the Senate. It will be used only by the rw.l- ing clerk, and was installed at the request of .senators in the b row. Sen. Benrdcn of Missp- Notion's Social Security Workers To Meet At Spa LITTLE HOCK. Ark., Jnn. 21. IU.P.)—although their convention dnte Is still approximately nine months distnnt, the National Interstate Conference of State 'Administrators and Bureau Officials of the Social Security Administration, the Employment Service ana the Veterans' Adtnintstrntion Joday had served notice on Arkansas that its bid lor host state m> S47 had been accepted. Dale for the conference Is Oct. 5. and the place i.s Hot SprLigs. A letter received here yesterclny py Pnrifoy Gill, director of i!ie Employment Security Division, am iCunces acceptance of an in'.'ita- ion extended by Gill during tne 9-IG meet in San Francisco. This ,'ill be the first convention of tho roup ever held in the South. All national, regional, and state dmiuislrators in the UniU'a States. Alaska nnd the District ol Columbia Ml] attend the sessions, vl:crn study will be given in cu'i- icction with problems in einploy- nent, unemployment coinpensa- ion. nnd veterans- rendjustmciu llownnces. sippi County made the first rr. quest and it was seconded by all other rcur-row occupants. i* A P-A system lias been in lire in the House for several years. vh.i! ML". Dunkiii's brother, llarrj Dunkin. who have not seen eacl o'.hrr for -10 years. Mr*. W. A. Dcbyns is able tu b up at her home on Sonth Kin n-fter having been III tor som Jimi 1 She returned .several day a«o from Memphis where she un derwenl. an operation at the Meth cciist Hospital. Beautiful Dark Brown, Rolled Bow Pump Proving a Tailored Shoe can he prettily A light shoo can IIR eiidiiriiiK! Got Vitality And provn it to vottrsolf! nine's W O1E 3B^ -TO COMING! Seiut t-hc-c-k ur money iirilcr |i n y:i blc I !> .MICMl'HIS AUDI- j) > tiiiLiinn. l-.iu'io>e '*,* stlf - ui1dr«:isvil •'•••*: stamped liiivrltiiic 1 . AND SECON'I) CHOI CK or DATI:S iii:- l|<f»ig romaftiY. Tri-rofor.-J kvircnlol banil, tlfc fj^ji'UcJ l^^i-EFrcr ipirli in. te/cjting embfcidfnt. 7^.)M,-JcJ i^iVf. rmy usiill,-.1. (l.n.-J ol rlif Ivllcin. «ttip!«Ki Ihr emcmUf. BLicfc, N'avi{, and coJlUdsf- Ing (Mllol eolwf.l pan;fi in l\:tt ••) 10 15 The Edyfhe Shoppe 319 W. Main Phone 2867. ity of C h « i c e Keats Ak-ailiiblc for All IVi lot munces. M.OO .... $|.S« IJO ^L.^ii (Inc. Tax) MEMPHIS AUDITORIUM Fri. Feb. 14 thru 21 x Ni si'is H-.-M Slat. Sun. 2::iC r TURKISH BATHS H's here! It's New! Turkish Imths! You've asked for them and here they are i-eady to .serve you. Phone for an appointment today and watch tlie pounds melt away, as you relax under the warm invigorating steam of a real Turkish liath. I'honc 1'or appointment today! Phone 3302 313 North Second Mother's Friend massaging prepa~ ration helps bringcasa ami comfort to expectant mothers. ^ M OTHER'S FRIEND, nil cxr L uL<-ltr*lv f prejiarr-U C'inollk-nL, 1.1 i^c-ful In all con tilt Ions v/here n Ijlaiitl, nilkl iinoityiio mubisage mvcllum hi «Ut:i liibrlcj-tlan fs ill'sIvcd. One CGiidUion iu vhlch \voiiK'ii for more Ihnn 70 yeurs have iu-cU H Is cii r.iJpllcnlLoii for nuirsacltig tl'.c [jotly during preenEincy ... it helps keep U:o Ekin (;oit mid pli^ljic . ., thus avoullnt; uiiHfcessnry dhccmi'orL One to (irynt';;:* mid tlBlitiics-s. It relrciilirfi and tunes tho Ekir^yvn Ideal mursn.sonpiillcr.Mxifortha niuiu), tlnglini? or burning fitis.sutlons of the shin... for the tired hack inu^clc-rt or crajnp-llko pains iti ihy IctJn. Quickly absorbci'. J3elii!l»tlul to \i=e. Highly prulsctiOjy user.s. inaiiv doctors and nurses. Millions of boltlra sold. Just dj-l; any druggist lor MoD.or's riit-itU tlu- BlilH tiiiQlllcnt and lubrk-uiil. no (ry it The Beauty Bar ''your bcuuty Is our duty 1 ' Iltlcn Curtis Cold Waves Ofillvle Sisters Ilalr I'rcpuraliiins Xolos Imperial $20.00 . /uni >;jil INilKli [ilcncoo. Hotel Phone '.VlWi Tlifrc's Beauty for Vou at 1'llK BEAUTY CI>INIC 1st Nal'l. Hank nirtf. I'hnni- y>1-\ Blytheville's Baby Headquarters! SIT UP • - < "N notice! TricLy effects, Lcre! A licwilcliing slash of contrasting oppliqne at tlie alioulJcr8...BnJ to heijlitcn the flattering one piece jumper effect, ballooning, wliile, pusli-up elceves daintily sKiireil. Black ink, kails Ijrown ' oml eolulc navy. A fine rav™ "tone bv BELDWO. Shea 9 to 15. $21.50. Every Uay }!ox Office Opens 1 -.'IS Show Slarts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN :00 a.m. 1^:15 ]i.m. -1:^0 p.m. Tuesday and Wcdni-sday Selected Short Subjects Conttnaous ShowTng Everyday Wrrlncsday FEATURE CMARlfE CMM Ella RAINES Serving Blythcvillc More Than 40 Years Phone 3331 223 West Main St. DEAN HABfHS SUlltJ C. Xilr'W

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