The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 25, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 25, 1947
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__.,_ From Foreign Lands Included^ Hobby Program - Kxhlblts of handwork from in-*— — dia, old silver brought from Germany, family" jewelry..and prued .-_ --- ^j . _....*j, J^Wbit/, ._ «UIU \ll i{JC*A possessions handed "down for generations and many other Intel csi- collections w«r« included }n Wonwns CJub hobby program presented yesterday the clubhouse. afternoon it Mrs James Hill Jr, displayed to the 50 club members and guests several pieces of handwork, materials and carvings from Jndn Mrs Alfred Vise's exhlbjt was ot some silver and Interesting; coins sbe and Rabbi Vise managed lo keep when they came from Germany to America Mrs r pgy Walton displayed d jewelry handed v down M old :d senile family for generations and Mrs B A Bugg, Mrs Ray Hall and 'Mrs Ralph Nichols had various types of doll collections Mrs George Lee's exhibit was ot family, heiilcoms. including some that had been brought by member'! of her family from Scollm.l Mis. ,E L Hale showed UK ?roup n unique , dish ..that hart wen part of sin inkwell in IU'y Mrs. Charles Alford's display included the first edition of the Methodist hymnal and Miss Corn Lee Coleinan exhibited a cup ai\d saucer collection in addition to some handwork. Mrs , E F Blomeyer displayed a family prayer plate thnt was many j'ears old and Mrs Gus Eberdts exhibit was a Masonic embkm her family for generations Mrs James V Gates' collection was ol useful;, pitchers -.while Mrs. J. D. 3arksdale also had a pitcher col- ection Mrs Mary Henley showed (ic group., some handwork ana Mrs. E. D Ferguson displayed a simple)- more than 100 years oil that her grandmother had mde when she ws nine yers old Mrs^ J. G Ernes' exhibit wrs he famed. "Blue Back' speller, and Mrs Russell Barh&m displayed n Japanese fan. Among the most interesting lobbies' was that of Mrs. B. A'. 3ugg-^composing both music and yncs. One of her songs was surg by. Carroll Evans. Mrs. Hale nc- companled him. Refreshment? were served by lostesses Mrs J .A: Sallba, Mri Jaiksdale, Mrs Blomejer nnd Mrs. Charles' Alford. Rill Two Are Hostesses At Monthly Supper Mrs. J. X. Snlibn and Miss Corn Loe Colnman were hostesses Thursday night at the Suliba home, lai East Kentucky, lo members of ihe Past Matrons nnd Patrons Club ol the Order of the Eastern Star lor their monthly supper meeting. During the evening the group played rook with high score prize among the women going to sure. E. E. iHardln and among the men to .Marvin Crlltcnden. Hook prize wns awarded Mrs. Emma Nolen. • Guests other thnn club members were Mrs. E. E. Hnrdin and 'Mrs Nclen. ; Supper wns served from a uwc druped 1 with a madeira cloth nnd centered with n fruit jirra'iieemem. Mrs. Wren Hostess To Jolly Eight Club Mrs. J. O. l-iicy won high sco.e In .rook-games Thursday afternoon when Mrs. cleo Wren entertained the jolly Eight Cull) with n ivoK party. Second high went to Mrs. i/iia Watson nnd rooko to Mrs. Wmi. I Recent Bride Mrs. Jack Johnson of west Mem- >hls wns before'her nmrrinye jro,. 11 Miss oulda Marlln of Dell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. o S Martin. eight jears old Thursday and celebrated with n party at which 20 ' of his'frlends were guests. The -~group' 'gathered at the Sparks; home, 1409 chickasawba, where v they spent the afternoon •laying gomes Prizes »ere won by Jan ^tiller, Rehee Hnys, i BarEtarn Graves and Johnnie Priest As the host made a wish and lew out the eight candles on his ink and shite cake inscribed with Happy BirUiday Prank" the ruests sang 'Happy Birthday" Refreshments of ice cream and :ake w ere served by Frank's mo- her, and his grandmother, Mrs Prank, Lunsford. Favors were pre- i. each chi.'d. Baptist Church Gioup Attends District Meet A group of boys of First Baptist -hurch, -accompanied by the Rev. E,. C. Brown, pastor, and the Rev. ' B f B'edsoe, assistant pastor, ""•among those to attend the Royal Ambassador Meet.,.. tortheast Arkansas Thurs;£•£',* *"''»«* Ba p^ Good Neighbor Policy Gets Real Demonstration In This Particular Case served n dessert The "tjood neighbor" policy-isn't limited to people. Cats believe In It,.too. In fact, few people would make ns good a neighbor as Mnnm Kitty, the mother of four Kitt-ns who has learned the meaning of patience after nine families. When Mamn Kitty./ a resident of Kroger Grocery ,Sl(Sre> became n mother again nboiil" two -weeks at-o her nearest neighbor n ~M K white Persian, who livlji next" ;it Owen's Drug store, also' gave birlh lo four Illtlc o'nes. The mothers found a chance to slip nwny now nnd then ti> tell each other how fast their Juniors wore growing mid everything vi-.\ s perfect until n few dnys ngo The Persian disappeared and no trie" hus been found of her, So Mama Kitty,'adhering to ihe good neighbor" policy, took over the Job of caring for two fnr.illhs Instead of one. Mama Kittv is owned by Mrs W. B. McMuIlin nnd she, her own four children and Ihe four adopted babies make their home In n banana box In the hack of Kroger Store. Training Union Meet Will Be Held Sunday Training union program plai- ning meetings will be held Sun- tiny nfternoon nt First Bnptiso The hostess course. Mrs. Hardy Hostess To CBC Club, Guests Mrs. -A. A. 'Hardy was hostess yesterday nfternoon to members 01 the CBC Club nl the home ol Mrs. Alvin -Hardy oii High-way til, North. ' Guests other than club memb^nj were Mrs T. W. Wenl, Mrs. J. u. Smith and Miss Jenmilpe S=herer. Rook wns playcrt during »\i ai- ternoon, with high score prize going lo Mrs. A. A .'Hardy, second high to Mrs. Leon Scherer and rooko to Mrs. Neal. . • • • * Mrs. Henry Humphreys Ehtertans' Club 'Members of the Thursday Contract Club, all of whom were present, were entertained Thursday with a bridge luncheon by Mrs. Henry Humphreys nl her home, SIS served at the din- Children Urged to Add Own Dimes <b Polio Fund A request lo school'children not lo solicit money for the infantile Pfiralysl.s iimd from "door to door' was made today hy Mrs. Wade Jeffries, chairman of the sollcita- llon campaign In North Mississippi County. , " Mrs. Jeffries explained that thc children had been given cards w itli slots for five dimes. "They are to put one or more dimes In the carci sis their own (jiff, snc sa |<j So |, c , itatlon by children causes confu- son, MIS. Jeffries pointed out since the campaign program has already been planned and solicitors named for different nreas Jistrict ng ay ^. ^ -r-d "i* L.11C J •nurch of Jonesboro. The- Rev. Alvin Hatton. state . secretary, wns Son Born to Berrys Mr. and Mrs. Hollie A. Ben-y 70S Park St., are parents of n jjon' born Wednesday night. He has been named Mickey Dean. Mrs. Berry is Hie former Miss Betty Trommel I. * * • Manila Baptists Hosts to County WMU Convention "Possessing our Possessions" was the sermon given by the Rev. Howard King, pastor of Number Nine Baptist church, and also the general theme-or-the. program nt the first Quarterly meeting of the Mississippi County Woman's Missionary Union yesterday at •Manila Attending the associations! rally were 76 people, representing most of the Btiptlst churches of the county. Number Nine Chur c h, with Mrs Howard as chairman sented the program. Coining Events MONDAY Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church meeting !• circle groups. Circle One mci-tintr with Mrs. Kciulnll Berry- circln Two with Mrs. W. M. Williams Clr-' cle Three with Mrs. Cecil Wvutcii- Circle Four with Mrs. W. J Wunderlich; circle Five with Mrs Hoy Head nnd Circle Six with MM I! IT, Brooks. Miss Alcxn Williams hostess |<> GEO Club. young Woman's Association of Fust Baptist Church mectini' v/iili Mrs. Dorothy Ferguson at the Air Hose, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Mis. N. G. Jerome cnlcrlnlnhii; Ui Neuva Club, b Til-Town Bridge CJutj meetln-r with Mrs. Worth Holder. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon hostess Tuesday Bridge Clulj. WEDNESDAY In Wednesday Bridge Club r-ntcr- tiiincd by Mrs. P. E. Ulnck. Mrs. R. c. hostess In T- nnd Country Club at Rowland COURIER NEWS Blytheville Wins Top Awards in Memphis Contest • Blyllievllle took top honors t'ifs morning ;il the "Books Urin-s Ac'- venlure" quiz In Memphis for ru'iidi' school students when till six flni'- Isls were Klytlit-vlllo school'stiKlniiis nml the first place winner Jo Alice McGuire, sixth' grade student it Yarbro School./' Jo Alice, duughler of Mr. nnd Mi-' Gene McGuire, received n radio for answering more questions thrni 103 other contestants. Second pite, a SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1947 CHURCH NEWS FLAT J,AKE METHODIST C1IUKCIE Kay I,. McLestcr, pastor Church School, 10 a.m. I'llOMISKI) LAND MC'lHODISl CIKJUCII Kay L.' Mclxster, pastor Chuixu School. 10 a.m. Youth Fellov.'Ship, 0:30 p.m. Worship and Preaching Services, p.m. Slic is thc daughter of Mi', iim Mrs. Randolph Smith. PlacliiB third was nine-yenr-ok BoWjy J^jicjister, youngs |,>irtici- pant In the contest. He is n foiu-ii iSl-nde student at Yarbro .iiul (hi grandson of Mr. and Mrs K 'V Chutinnn. Kay llindman. daughter of Air nnd Mrs. C. A. llindman: Jim Dickinson, daughter of Mr. and Mri K U. Dickinson; nnd Nancy siov-i daughter of Mr. and Mrs r ; Stovnll, were Uie other finalists ^ Participating In the ufcHesl w.'r< 75 niythcvillc school students v re accompanied l>y several t'»ai--i- ers and parents. They went to Mem- Phis Ji-sU'idiiy afternoon on a sui cltil Frisco conch nnd will retui home tonight. r Society—Personal 'Mrs. Werl Steed was hostess at dinner in her home Tuesday light lo thc members of the Jjiix- ora Book Club and guests of the 31ub Mrs. Paul Jackson and Mrs. C. 13. Wood. Duiin',' the business meeting Mrs. R. T. Tin Hew. -prc;;i- Jent, appointed Mrs T. I,. st:in- ord, 'Mrs. Champ 'Meadows nnd Miss -Eva Cookc ns Nominating iomniltlcc and Mrs. C. B. Tlio- inns, Mrs. A. -I!. Hozcile. Mis Chain-) Junior IlJyttl'AssoclnUonof'plr^'v 01 "" 1 *' 8 ftn " Miss Eva GeorB ° ils Baptist Church nieetlnr it hpl ^ , U ° k Co]nmiUci '- Mrs. John church, 3:30 o'clock TliweiUl, club historian, read the THURSDAY history of the clr.b from 1937-47 Mrs. J. A. Leech hostess to Tlmrq '" h S ''° h:l " clcvcrl y inle -•••• ' -.-— _,. "«»'•<•••>•'• 10 iliurs- woven many titles of the duo's hooks. Mrs. Charles Howard inlro- •- I duced Mrs. c. B. Wood as her guest reviewer, who reviewed, "Pavillion dny Luncheon Clb fcMb 0 - Rose "^""'"w Week rlrU^eS "^^ '° Mid - Bits of News , of Women" by Pearl Buck _ CHURCH Ray I/. McljeHter, pastor Church School, 10 a.m. Worship slid Preaching Services II r..m. CHRISTIAN SC'IKN'C ESERVICKS Woman's Clubhouse, 1410 W. Main "Truth" is the subject of the hesson-Sa-inon which -win to read in ull Churches and. Societies- 01 (iie Church of Christ, Scientist, I Sunday. The Golden Text is: "it is f.he Spirit that henrelh witness, De- cause the Spirit is truth." Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30 MLMf STREET BAPTIST CHAPtL Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Sermon: "The Meaning of Christ's Death." Training Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship Service, 7:30 ' Church and chureh - A.* Little . Lilly stree B ai>tl S D I»sma of llle *!rs. Russell Boa-en entertained with bridge Friday night honoiln- 'Mrs. L. O. Tqdd of -Augusta, <3a and Miss Billie Langston. At the end of the games Miss Emnin L-e Kinnuncr held high score and Airs' Charlie Thomns, sccotid high The honorccs were ]>resented rifts' The hostess served n salad pruu Filicen members of the 'Methodist Ladies Society of C!nivtl-i!i Serriic met with Mrs. E. R. B 0 »an 1-, , Tuesday afternoon Miss Flormi™ .rich has returned from, R,, 5 fi. president presided •>„,, , where 'he attended an "ent'ed thp nhm's fm-'tim ' • . Agents' Clinic, a meeting 1S4V. Mr. C Oh "r],s r' IL V °'' -e. Boar Q - of Real Estate ieader. i,t"'^ ^ *£*££ , roared The cabinet meetings are to he Me " a »« ""ended to other busi- "Stewardship of children o 11 Th group ilso ' P f esident ' of Bro- Rock. T • * * -hildress Son Named Mr.; and Mrs. "~e parents pre- meetlng was opened with singing, with Mrs. Cecil ns pianist, a |al, "A Cornerstone" !ell Rhoades. I Following a pcr | ocl of confcr . jences, the hymn of Uie year "Hart jto the Voice of Jesu s Calling" W ns sung. Mrs. Ethel Whittle gave the 1 history of the song. .?£».™ m<m C ' imaXed thD " 10 ™- ,'otlon- . Jew- riom 5 to 5:20 o'clock. , u ,lowed by program planning meetings until 6 o'clock. General assembly and .refreshments will conclude the sessions. All Training Union sponsors, lenders, department officers ana MCiiernl officers should be pWi-'nt the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor, sni;!. _ S ' E ' B - KvnHri S S " 1;> ° f C1 " lt1r --n of the Gee and Mrs. R. *' Sif"^ Tt,iSf %"* t yesterday in Parmn- children of different Hnds T' -re. they visited Mrs. meeting closed with -'-Teh' w J. T. Self. During the social* hour lhe_ hostess served a sal.H L „ ' Church Women Sponsor Box Supper Wednesday --*— ---«-' —^—or-rw^ An "old fashioned"' box supper Wednesday night nl Yarbro School sponsored by -women of the Ynrbro Mel'nodisl Church proved to bn n good method to have fun as well ns raising money to furnish the home of the MHhodist pastor the Rev. Ray L. aieLsstcr, 521 South nnd cold drinks . Franklin. Boxes, cakes were nustloned during thc evening. Auctioneers were Paul Abbott nnd Walter Barnes. Mrs. Bonnie Atkins and Mrs. Albeit 'Ifolllugswonii mndc lip the official committee while Mrs. Calvin Hollingsworth served ns secretary. Oh, Doctor! Quick! FORT WAYNE. Ind. 'UP)—Police officers Joseph Burkhart and William Marvin made speed in answering n jittery youngster's tcle- , Phone call for aid. They arrived Mrs. Otis C. Sllman of St. Louis Is the guest of her sister. Mrs • Mattic Wilson, 1712 West Vine Street Condition of Mrs. R. H. Loche, who underwent n major operation at Memphis Baptist Hospital two dnys ngo. i s improved. Joe Saliba arrived morning for n visit with "his "pai l/iTV-? " Uc ' ulc " » meeting O l .^^'^n^u^^ ^•^JJSgs-u^T^rrS •cmbly for 1917. He was People's As ----------- . inni un^ i ir home from Tulsa, Okln., whe , ., was called because of the de.ilr, ot v Knudsen Feature fditor just birth of a litter of kittens. '«ycee Graduates Hold ^/ecf,on of 1947 Officers lhc ~ . "Everyone or You" It was presented by the-Woman's' M society of Manila ri*«e Men Sentenced Theft of Whtskey Jan . 25. (UP> k freight car. which they sold In Ala- ! BINGO f" j J The County Council of Home ! | THURSDAY, JAN. 30 '• | 8:00 P.M. ] I For only a slight adinissinn « I Charge—5flc—you will become el- ! , igiuic (o wi n some mighty scarce I j AMERICAN i i Legion Hut i Miss Knudsen i s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. o. E. Knudsen, NOTICE TO ALL AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Join the Arkansas Automobile Club and enjoy irs many benefits. Membership affords you extra protection, savings, convenience, comfort and nation - wide travel service. We also write FULL COVERAGE INSURANCE to our MEMBERS at 20 per cent discount from Arkansas manual rates. l>imi,IC l.TAHII.ITY COJ.L1SON IT PAYS TO BELONG Smart Motorists Drive the (fji&$) Way OFFICE NOW OPEN IN JACKSON BLDG. COMPKKIIKNSIVK 204 West Asn St. Phone 2341 FIRST HAVTI'ST CHURCH Walnut at Eighth K. C. llrown, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a7m Morning Worship, 10:50 n.m. serial music—Mrs. Worth -Holder singing solo "O Divine Redeemer." Training Union. 6:30 p.m. >'.v>">,w, worshli), 7-30 am WKONKSDAY Council Simper Meeting forJiun- rtya Schcol Olficcrs and Teachers 0:15 p.m. Prayer Service, 7:30 p.m. Choir Pi-acticc, 8:10 p.m. FIK.S'I mESnYTERIAN CIIUIU.II Harvrw T. Kidd. pastm- Sunday Schcol, 9:« a.;n, Morning Worship, n a.m. Si_. non: "The Three Groat Decisions of Jesus. Junior Choir, c p.m. Supper for Young People,. (i:45 Evening Worship, 7:33 >, nl W'EUNKSIIAY ' ' Congregational Supper, 0:45 p.m. Prayer Meeting 8:10 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, n a.m. Young people's meeting, 7:15 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 o'clock, p.m. Wednesday prayer services, 7:30 I.AKK STREET METHODIST CHURCH Rev. II. H. Blevlns, pastor Church School. 9:50 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Evening Wonhlp, 7:30 pm. Methodist Youth Fellowship 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7 GATEWAY TAHF.KNACI.K Howard Street ficv. I,. G. Koral-, pastor Church Service, 9:« a.m Evening Worship, 7;3o a.m. Church Service, Wednesday and Friday, 7:30 p..m. IMMANUEL 'BAPTIST CHURCH A. M. Houston, pastor Sunday school, 10 am Ho«'lng Worship, n a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 pjn. Wednesday night prayer service, 7 p.m. ST. MATTHEWS CHUKCII . Oscwila Rev. B. Francis McDevltl, pastor Rev. Paul Biijarsld, assistant pastor Sunday Masses, 9 a. m. FULL GOSPKI. TABERNACLE I>. R. Harmon, pastor S'.'nday School, :lno a.m. Morning Worship, u a in Young People, C'45 prn Evening Worship, 7:3u p.m. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION R*v. B. Francis McDcvItt, pastor Rev. Paul Bujarski, assistant pastoi Sunday Masses 7:30 nnd 10:30 p.m. Weekday. Masses, 8 p.m. CHURCH OF CilRIS-f E. W. Slovalt, jinslor Sunday School. 9:50 a.m. Worship Service, 10:50 ;..m. Evening Service, 8 p.m. 1 FIRST MEYIIOniST CIIUKCII Church School, 9:45 n m Morning'Worship, 10:50 am Youlh Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m NUMBER NINE BAPTIST CHURCH Howard n. Kill*, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 am Morning Worship, n am Training Union, 7 pm Evening Worship, e p.m Wednesday, prayer meeting, ( I'H.RIM LUTHERAN CHURCH ODi and Walnut Ruhert Jaeger, pastor Residence: nn North Fifth Phone 2704 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, n a.m. ASSEMBLY OF^JOD CHURCH li.C. Ramsey, pastor Sunday School, !):« a.m Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services 6-30 P.m. ' Children's church. 6-.10 pm Evangelistic Service. 7:30 p.m. 00 Walnut street. She was r-rnrt"- ntcd last spring, from Blytheville! iigh School. "Ptf «nrri Radio Service ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. 1 W. AdnrrKs. M,r Phone 207) zflfi-08 W. Main FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH R. S. Bairil, pastor Bible School. 0:45 am ! Morning Worship. io:sn am ', Evening Training f O 'r all age groups, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. . ' Blythevillc's Baby Headquarters! Continuous Shews Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45' Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. IZ:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. There's Rcnnty for Ton at THE I5EAUTY CLINIC 1st Nat'l. Hank BUg. Phone 3?71 The Beauty Bar "your beauty Is onr rtnty" Helen Curtis Cold Waves Ogilvie Sisters Hair Preparations Zotos Imperial S3C.Oo Zuni Nail Polish Slencoe Hotel Phone 3202 GOSPEL MEETING a( the CHURCH OF CHRIST l:!0fi W. Milin St. I Rlylbcville, Arlt. Daily Radio Service — 12:15 _ 12:30 Night Service — 7::lO !>. M. Simdiiy Service — 10:55 A. M.— 7:31) -p. •Toe Blue, Salem. Ark. T n . Director K. W. Slovall, Minister Saturday Blazing Western Trail with Charles Htarretl Seri:ll "Hop ir:inii;cin" N.I. 11 • : and Short Conl'd Shows Sat. 12:30-11:30 BE PREPARED . . . This is the Boy Scout motto and you con 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 v/ork. The BLYTHEVILLE Laundry -' Dry Cleaners 270 South Second St. Sunday and Monday JOHN GARFIELD GERALDtNE FITZGERALD .r MYE BRENNAN • EMERSON GCORGECOUlOURIS-GEORGt TOBIAS. ' " " Selected Short Saftjects Contianou Showlnt Svn. 1:15 u U Box Office Opens 6:45 Saturday. Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun Bargain Ni K ht Every Night K\c<-pt No passes honored on SuniLiy at thc Roxy. Saturday Guns and Guitars with Gene Aulry Serial: "Srarlct Horseman" \o. 11 and Short Conl'd Shows Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday «nd Monday ^Bennett C " M Fields For New, &nd Selected Shnrt Contd. Shows Sun. 1:15.

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