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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 10, 1945
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER HSW3 Corning Events MONDAY .Woman's Auxiliary of St Stephen's Episcopal Church meeting With Mrs J, D. McDowell, 7:30 jt ~ < Women's Council of First Christian Church meeting with Mrs. M. Fitzslmmons, 5:30 pm. Woman's Society of Christian Service: of Lake Street .Methodist Church : meet Ing- with Mrs.- Vance DKon. 2-30 p ni Women's. Missionary Union of First Baptist Church meeting: in circle groups; Circle,I,;Mrs. O. M. Smart; Circle 2, Mrs. Chnrles Ray ] New comb; Circle 3, Mrs O, E I Wilson; Circle 4, Mrs. Kendall i Berry; Circle 5, Mrs John Payne .Woman's Society of Christian Service ( of : First Methodist Church, i meeting at church, 2 30 p m TUESDAY Mrs. C. F. Tucker and Mrs. A. G. LHOe entertaining Charlevoix Chap- ter'of D. A R nt luncheon at Hotel NoWe. 1 p. m •Mrs. Paul Jobe entertaining Club Eight Mrs Menrl Jontz nnrl Mrs J Well Brooks 'Jr. entertaining at , bridge,-V honoring Miss •' Marjorie 1 Warren 1 La Ncuve t <<lub meeting with Miss Adah Rojjfnson. 1 Mrs Albert rK Taylor entertain! ing Double G Club , Tuesday Bridge Club meeting 4 ^Hh Mi-s. Dixie Craft ford. ] « WEDNESDAY i i Mrs O C Lai)gston entertaining i] Town and Country Club THURSDAY •j Mrs Marvin Robinson entertaln- '). vng Octette Luncheon Club j' Thursday Bunco club meeting •f f with Mrs. Byron Moore Miss Virginia Martin entertnln- f| : ing Thursday Night Bridge Club. ') Thursday Luncheon Club mect- I ing with Mrs Russell Phillips, i FRIDAY Mrs. "Shorty" Hector entertaln- < ing Initial Club at home of Mrs i Jack Marsh j SATURDAY ; Mrs James Hill Jr entertaining 1 A A U, 3 p m ] Mrs George W Pyles nnd Miss > Betty Jane Martin entertaining nt bridge honoring Miss Marjorie Warren. Beta C'ub Banquet Held Ai Hotel Noble The annual'banquet for members of the Beta Boys' Club of Bljthevllle High School was held last, niglil at Hotel-Noble, with 58 in..attendance, including members, their dates and a. few special guests, Miss Rosa Hardy and Mis Sanford Boone, club sponsors;' Mrs. Russell Parr, Beta' mother; and Supt W. B Nicholson. A: Springtime, theme was carried out In the table decorations, with a pink and green;.color scheme emphasized with tiny handmade peach trees, interspersed with crystal candelabra holding pink ctin dies, used the length of the ban quet tables Place cards were in the shape of the Beta pin, and miniature liandmade sweetpca corsages for the girls, or peach blossom boutonnieres foi the bojs were at cnch place 'Joe Saltba, club president, served as master of ceremonies at the in formal- program which was presented by Don Chnmblin, Harry Fair, Chester Coldwel), Jack Msrsh and, Ben Lancashire Mem hers of the boys' quartette also sang two numbers, with Harry .Farr, Chester Caldwell, Ben Lancashire and Frank Nicholson mak- In? up the quartette Following dinner, the president and Harry Fair, secretary, held initiation services for the follow- in" new members: Frank Nicholson, Jack Marsh, Jimmy Strickland, John Bruce Wilson, Guy Burks, Edward Stiles, Grady Ma- pee, Dan Caldwell. Jim "oatcs George D. Pollock III, .Billy Wil liams Stanley Hpod, Owen Harrl*on Rosco Crafton and Thomas Bell Miss Hardy gave a brief talk on the quaUtles 'required in both scholarship and leadership for membership in the club, and the nieeting closed with group singing Of the Beta Club song. ' • • r • * . Mrs. Nowell Entertains L All members of the Initial Club attended the party given for them jesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs Lane 'Nowell. ' Bunco prize was won by Mrs Ebb Reynolds, Mrs, Shorty Rector and low by Mrs Jack Marsh. A salad course with Iced drinks was served. • • * ' Miss Warren Honored t Evening Bridge Parly .Continuing the parties I'ping glv- 211 for Miss Mnrjorle Warren, whose flrrjage to Harry Ncwtpn Whltls ol| BfHimijrc, Md., and Grccniicld, Tciin.,] wll^ be celebrated on March 20, Mf-s. E, M. Terry, Mrs. Jnmes Tewy i of [New York, Mrs. Walker H. Baker, Mrs. C. S. Stevens ami Mis. Colenmn Stevens Jr., entertained nt, a de^crl bridge last night at the Terry home. A long, low bowl • filled with yellow acncia, blue Dutch Iris and yellow Jonquils formed an attractive mantel decoration, while vases of while snapdragons, white gln- dlollus and yellow jonquils were arranged in the entertaining rooms. Tiny sliver wedding bell place cards marked the places of the 22 guests, with MKs Worrell's place designated by a gift corsage of white.gladiolus. A dessert course was served, with cakes iced In green and molded In the shape of flower baskets, filled with blossoms from yellow snapdragons to carry out the yellow and green color scheme. In (ho bridge games played during the evening, high score prize was won by -Miss Wnrron, second high by-Miss Prances Little -and cut prize by Mrs. Worth D.. Holder. Mrs. Cecil James, of Greenfield, hou-egucst of Miss Warren, also was presented with a gir,t, nnd Miss Warren received a place setting of silver. In her selected'pattern, from her hostesses. '• • Included among 'several tea guests u-crc'Mlsi Sue Ramey nnd her guest, Miss conieille Dnvls, both of'Memphis, . * •. * * Miss May .Complimented At Informal Shower Miss LnPelra May, bride-elect of Joe Hlncs Wolters of Snn Diego, and Jackson, Mo., again was complimented yesterday afternoon when her grandmother, Mrs. R. Yarbro, her aunt, Mrs. C. A, Caldwell. and Mrs..Walter Styles entertained with a tea and shower nt' the Yarbro home. Twenty guests were Invited to call between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock. The lace draped refreshment table, presided over by Mrs. Alton Jaggers and Mrs. Styles, was centered with n crystal bowl filled with an arrangement of early yellow Spring (lowers and greenery on-a mirrored reflector. Tills was flunked with slender yellow tapers In crystal holders, Assorted party foods were served. Bridal •enmes were played durint; the afternoon, with prizes won by Mrs. Wlllielin Anderson; Mrs. Paul Klmbro and Mrs. J. G. Barnes. Miss May was presented with n miscellaneous assortment of gifts from t.lie guests present. Starts Young Bits of News Moetlj Personal Mr. and Mrs. Harry .W. Hnlnes and Mr. and Mrs, Aubrey Conwivy returned last night from Memphis where they spent two dnys. Mrs.. G. O. Poet?, nnd daughter, Glendn Lee, and Mrs. Charles Lnng- ston and son, Charlie, returned last night from Memphis where they spent Thursday nnd Friday. Mr. nnd'Mrs, John Rlggs of Little Rock nrriyed last night to be the weekend, guests of Air. nnd Mrs. Aubrey ,Conway. Mrs. Fred Stll) returned this morning to her home in La Grange, Gn., nfter having spent the past week here as the guest of Mrs. Earl Sullivan anil her- two daughters, Earllno nnd Louise. She cume especially to be with,them.following announcement of the dentil of Mr Sullivan, "lost in the, sinking of the Monoghaii. Mrs. Still's husband-Fred Paul Still, seaman 1-c in the Nnvy, and Mr. Sullivan's shipmate, also was lost when the Monoglmn went down. Miss Sue Ramey of Memphis Is spending, the weekend here with lice parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramey Sergt. Jnmes A, McMullIn, Jr,' ion of-Mr, and Mrs. J. A. McMul- lln of Blylheville, has arrived In England, he advised his.parents Mrs. C. W. Onrrlgah has returned from St, Petersburg, FIri., where she spent several, weeks as the guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest George and daughter, Jemla Ann, of Memphis are the weekend guests-of his, parents,, Mr. and. Mrs. M. George mid family. Mrs. Henry Humphreys Is ill at her home .on West Main street Miss LaPctrn,:May left this afternoon for Snn Diego, calif., where she will be married Friday to Jou Hlnes Wolters of San' Diego nnd Jackson, Mo. She was accompanied is far ,as Memphis by.her parents, Mr. and- Mrs. IjjiFiiyetto 'May her •nmt, Mrs. Abble Golden, and'Mrs Ann Jones of Phoenix, Arl/.., who Is returning, home after a visit with Mrs. Golden. ' Mrs. Ivan R. Van' Patten Is re- •lipcrntlng nt her home following a week's illness. MI.5S Lcona Miller is ill nl her 'lome, 800 West A^h Street. Miss Cornellle Davis of Memphis is spending the weekend here with Miss Sue Ramoy and hpi- parents \lr. and Mrs. C. W. Rnmey. At.'Tljft Hospitals Blylheville Hospital \dmltted: Glencta Dickinson, city. • Roy French, city, dismissed: : Robert Rushing, Cooler, Mo. Allen Edward Powell, city. ; Thomas Jackson, Cooter, Mo Walls Hospital \dmlttcd: Martha Lambert, city. Mrs. Meryl Wnlkcr, stcclc Mo Dismissed: Mrs. Parker Crews and babv Osccoln. Mrs. C. D. Sharp, city W. G. Middleton, city. Legionnaires Plan Dinner Tuesday Night A dinner meeting of members of Dud Cason Past of the American Legloti will be held Tuesday night o'clock, at the hut. A brief business session will pre- ede .the dinner meeting. All members of the post were irgcd to attend, according to J. L lerrcll, commander! / i "Honeybunch," ihe puppy mas- j col of a U. S, 3rd Army tank [ destroyer unit, in Ferschwcilleiv Germany, makes an appealing' Picture as Pfc. Frank Mraz or Johnstown, N Y.. teaches him 1 .to "sit up and bei." | Hrs. Dajton C. Fowlston, B. fl. M. S. M. Rearranging of schedule.-j.iafces ir possible to accept several more puftihWpiano and voice. : Fornjer New York Organist nnd Teacher - Pupil ot Clarence Dickinson ' Present ol Union Theological Senary School of Musjo For Apppintment 'SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS Caruthersville City Election Judges Named CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Mnr. 10 —Judges for the regular city election, to be held Tuesday,' April 3rd, have been imincd-as follows; Ward l-J. w. Davis. Andy Shaw, Mrs. Lillian Collins, Harry E. Mali loure; polling place, CnmthersvHIo Motor Co. Ward 2—Joe Powell, L. A, Ferguson, fioseoe Coker, Cecil Book; polling place, City Hall. Ward 3—Walter Bernard, Ernest Wllks, Lex Qrlshnm, John S. White; polling .place, Dillmnn Building, at 13th and Ward. Ward 4—John Galloway, Floyd Barnhart. Willie Chnffln, J. U Adalr; polling place, Plgmon'js Garage. 1 This being an off-year election; only ono aldennan from each of the four wards Is to be elected. Present Incumbents in these wards are: Obyo Coker, Ward I; Gordon Wright, Ward 2; Ott Monan, Ward 3; W. H. Johnson, Ward 4. : Helena Planning To Welcome Home Liberated Nurse HELENA, Ark., Mnr. 10 (UP)- -1 Phillips County's "Angei of B«- tann", Lieutenant Dorothy Ludlow of Lcxa, will be officially welcomed home during special ceiemonles »t Hnlena tomorrow afternoon. •- •'• The Army nurse arrived home' this week following her, liberation, from the Japanese prison, camtf'.at' Mnnlln, where she had been held prisoner since the fall of Cotregl- dor. .,. " .: Arkiinsns' chief executive, Governor Ben Laney. will welcome' Ueutcnant Lndlow 'home. • And Harry Benlcr, representing the Helena ; Amerienn Legion Post, will entw- vlcw the liberated niirse. ; Old Auto Tags Must Be Taken From Vehicles LITTLE ROCK," Mar. 10 .. If any of yon Arkansas motorists linve any license tags except the new 1945 tag attached to your cp.r, you had better rctnov'e it, It's against the liuv. ', Supervisor Frank Cltincey of the' Arkansas Revenue Department's Motor Vehicle Division ' warns th'at a bill ..passed by the recmtly.-atU- journcd Arkansas Legislature'-'make's it unlawful to attach any license other than the 1945, tag on cnrs. ' The bill, already signed by Governor Lnncy, requires motorists to remove all license tugs from ; their cars except the one for the current year. Violation of the law is a misdemeanor, nnd subject '.to n fine. Will Install Lights Near Grade School CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., March 10.—The Cartithersville City Council has voted to install red "blinker" lights at intersections of llth nnd 12th Streets on Ward Avenue, in the vicinity of the Caruthersville Grade School. The request was made by the Junior Chamber of Commerce as part of Its annual safety campaign; nnd Grade School Principal J. E. Brown acted as spokesman in appearing!.beforcithie council. ';•' • 'i Jipf 1 '.!! ! Sprgl. Billy Meharg Wounded On IwoJima Strut. Billy.-.Mcliarg, with the Tlilrd Marine < Corps, has been wpumled In the lighting on two Jliiiii, the firet casualty reported of a Bljihcvlllc man wounded there. He now Is en i;oute to the United States on a hospjtal l»at, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Meharg, have been notified. In foreign service 25 months, Sergeant Mcliarg has seen much action. Singers Will Convene At Calvary Church Here The second Sunday afternoon singing of Mississippi county Sing- Ing convention will be held tomorrow afternoon, l;:30 o'clock, at Calvary fiaptlst Church. /rile public l.s invilei! -to-atlend this service. Little Rock Minister flans Manila Revival Tlic Rev. J. T. Sumiricl's of Woodland Baptist church,-mile Rock, will conduct a revival service at Manila Baptist Church during the coming week, with services to bet-In Monday.night, It was announced today by the Rev. C. J. Rushing, pastor of the church. •The public'is Invited to participate In this scries of'services. Scouts Plan Circus ' OAnUTHERSVILLE,. Mo., March 10.—T)ie Pemlscot.County Boy Scout Circus will be 'held in Caruthersville Friday night, April 20, it was announced this week by local Scout lenders. Eleven Pemlscot County' troops and four Cub Packs will participate, with Scout Troops from Camthersville, Braggadocio, Haytl Warden, Stcele, Cooter, Holland Haywnrd, and Cub Packs from Ca- ruthcrsville, Hayti, Cooler and Hny- ward. • -The site hasn't yet been decided but will be either the New Armory aridj Community Building on Higli- ,way'84, or the High School Auditorium. Baptist Group Holds Meeting County Association Members In Session Here Yesterday BAPTIST GROUP—34 Approximately 125 representatives of Baptist Churches In the Mississippi County Baptist Association met yesterday for an nil-day meet- Ing at First Baptist Church. The Rev. L. G. Miller, moderator of the association, presided over the Pastor's and Workers' Council, with those participating on the morning's program Including- the Rev. C. J. Rushing of Manila; the Rev. Hoyt Jernlgan of Calvary Baptist Church; the . Rev. S. M Cooper of Joiner; Clyde C. Coulter of Little Rock, superintendent of the 'Anil-Saloon. Lcaglie of Arkansas. - Members, of the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church served lunch nt tlie church during the noon hour. The afternoon's program was made up of aalks • by Chaplain George Ma'rrs ofi'Blytjievllle Army Air Field, and, by thc;~Rev. M--E Wiles of Blythe'villc; assoolationai missionary. ' ,' . | Temperatures •ii, . HI Low Atlanta ................... es 39 •Augusta ..... . ............. Ta 43 Birmingham . .......... ]' 82 31 82 03 . S9 59 .54 Charleston Charlotte . Chattanooga Chicago Cincinnati . Denver Detroit ............ .... 45 •.Jacksonville ........ .....'. to •Tallahassee ............... 75 JCarisns City ........... ... e± Mfcccn . ..', ................ 70 Memphis ;.•'.."•, .............. oo Miami .......... 80 .Montgomery . . . 68 New Orleans .^ ... 71 Ne\y York . ' . . . . . 47 San Antonio . . . 72 Savannah ... . . CS Tapipa; . '. .'. . :. . . 83 Washington ,, . 5 ' .,. ... . . 70 •Jackson - ..... .... 66 Li^fle Rock : .-.' ............. 62 Shreveport '..'• ............... eg SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1945 Meetings A meeting o'f the'Order of the Eastern Stai-.will: be,held Tuesday night, 8 o'clock, at:the hall > CHURCH NEWS _ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, 1418 W. Main MAN is the subject, of the Lesson- Sermon which .will be read: in all Churches ,and Societies of the Church of Christ; Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden .Text Is: "Speak unto nil the congregation of the children of Israel, and say unto them, Ye shall be holy: for T the Lord your God am holy." Leviticus 18:2. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "So God created man In hi.5 own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them." Genesis 1:27. FROMIBE1) I,ANI) METHODIST I). G. flindman,.pastor Church School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 7:45 p.m. W. S. C. S. Friday at church, 2-30 p.m. ST. STEPHEFs~EPISCOPAI- CHURCH Thomas B. Sinyfhe Jr., minister i Church School, 9:30 a.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Litany and Meditation, 4 p.m. Altar Guild at Rectory, 7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Address, 7:30 p.m. . CAIVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH /Osceola Thomas B. Smylhc Jr., minister Holy Communion and Sermon, 11 a.m. - •-./ Evening Prayer . and Address, Wednesday, 1:31! p.m. Litany and Mpditation, Friday 4 p.m. LAKE STREET METHODIST Rates Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 a.m. Iverson Morris, supt. Morning, Service, 10:45 a.m. Sermon by pastor. Ycuth Fellowship Groups, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Sermon by pastor. Board of Education, Tuesday at church, 7:30 p.m. Church Night, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Cub Scout Pack Meeting, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Ration Calendar MEATS, FATS, ETC. Book 4, Red Stamps Q5 through S5, good through March 31. Stamps T5 through X5 , good through April 28. Stamps Y5, ZD nnd A2 -hrougli D2, good through June 2. Stamps E2 through J2 good through June 30. PROCESSED FOODS Book 4, Blue Stamps X5, Y5, Z5 and A2 and B2, good through March 31. Stamps C2 through G2, good through April 28. Stamps H2 through M2, good through Juno 2. Stamps N2 through S2, good through June 30. . •'<;': SUGAR /Book 4, Stamp No. 35, good for five pounds through June 2. Another i stamp is scheduled to be "iltdated, May 1. Home-canning Igar.l up to 20 pounds per person, jll be available March 15 ; : SHOES 'Book 3, Airplane stamps 1, 2 and 3. Termination date not set GASOLING 14-A coupons good for four gallons each through March 21. B-5, C-5, B-G and C-0 coupons good for five gallons. CHURCH-OP THE NAZARENE I-!. W. Nash, .pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. 'Morning Worship, 10:50 a. m. Pastor will preach. Service for Young People, 7 p. m. Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. Pastor will preach. Wednesday night, 7:30 o'clock, preyer nieeting. All services toe being held at Armory. : FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHIIRCH L. C. Ramsey, pastor ' Sunday School, 9:45 a in Ed Bratcher, supt. Preaching, 11 a . in. Sermon by pastor. Radio Broadcast, 2 p. m., KLCN. W.M.C., Young People's Meeting and Children's Church, 0:30 p m. Sunday night Evangelistic Service,, 7:45 p. m. Regular mid-week services Tuesday and Friday. A hearty welcome extended. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kldd, minister Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Pioneers, 6:45 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 pin WEDNESDAY. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal, 8:15 p.m. YARBRO METHODIST CHURCH I). G. Hindman, pastor Church School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 11 a.m. W. S. C. S., Thursday at church, 2 p.m. Suggestions For Easter Giving! JEWELRY Milk Maid Cosmetics Mary Dunhill Perfume The Gtff Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN Head Courier News Want Afis. Join The Easter Parade Deck the family out in their holiday best and join the parade of good grooming, better looks. A neat appearance is made easy by the qualify and quick service of Blytheville Laundry. For prompter Easter cleaning, send clothes in early PHONE 418 F °R"™< IIIUI1I. TlO DRY CLEANING STEAM LAUNDRY HouMwivesI Storekeepers! WASTE PAPER URGENTLY NEEDED Clip this and paste it in your window! U.S. Victory WASTE PAPER Campaign CITZ Continuous Shows •* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 am. K:K p.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday ""/• %«^- UVES ARE CHEAP OMTHE 'BLACK MARKET'J A VHRNIR BSOS. 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