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PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER -NEWS Eddy Dunsmore, Singer Arc To Appear Tuesday CHURCH NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Missionary society, Lake Street Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock nt the churcli. Woman's Council, First Christian churcJ), ineemig 3:00 o'clocK ivilii Mrs, R. M. Beck, preceded by executive board meeting nt 2:00 o'clock. Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, having all day Biula study beginning nt ten o'clock, at church. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian Fine Arts group meeting 9:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Miss Mildred Moore entertaining Douole - G club. Mrs. C, W. Garrigan entertaining City Contract club. Tuesday club meeting with Mrs. Joe u. Trieschroann. Mrs. W. D. cnainblln having Tuesday Bridge club. Tuesday Contract club meeting with Mrs. John C. McH.iney. Mrs. T. K. Mahnn entertaining Tuesday Afternoon club. Bachelors club sponsoring President's Ball nt city audttcrlum, 9:30 o'clock. Infantile Paralysis Benefit banquet be.ng heid 1:30 o'clock nt Hotel Noble. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. P. Holland entertaining Bi-Monthly Luncheon club. Town and Country cmo meeting with Mrs. C. C. Lnngston. Mrs. Harold Schnee having ADC Bridge 'club. •Wednesday Bridge club meeting with- Mrs, Fsrnsworth Black. •Mid-week services. First Presbyterian church, being held at home of the Rev. ami Mrs. James A. Overholser. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. E. Patterson Thursday Bridge club. having Mrs. c. W. Aftliok entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Delta Contract duo meeting with Mrs. H.'A. Taylor. Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining Miri-Week Bridge club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Randolph Smith. Mrs. ' Ted King entertaining Double Four club with luncheon. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. D. Hammock. FRIDAY'S HVENTS Mrs. O. O, Hardaway entertaining Friday Bridge club. Sconts Have Parly Thirty, five young people nllend- ed the party given last nlghl rr. the Woman's club by members o. the eighth grade Scout troop. Dancing followed the games a fir which refreshments of sandwiche: cookies and iced drinks were served Miss Virginia Willi.im.5. tairte of the troop, and Mrs. Kaihleti Oglesby Thomas were chaperoni for the party. Manila Society—Personal Mrs. H. Poe. who fell several days ago and seriously sprained his ankle necessitating an Indefinite stay In bed. is reported tc be improved. Ja Moblcy, small son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mobley Sr., is reporter Mrs. Ray White, who underwent an appendectomy in the St. Bernard's hospital In Joiicsboro sevei'a. days ago, is Improving. Bob Patton, section employee ol the Frisco railroad here, who was severely burned nbout the heac several days ago when Ed Griffin, fellow employee accidentally Ihrev. some blazing gasoline in his face, is reported to be. improving. Mr. Fatten was cirried to n bnspila in St. Louis immediately after the accident and It was thought for a while he was in serious condition. Mr. Palton was returned to his home here last Monday. She Wears Tier Hair Up-'Way Up! Bits of News Mostly Personals .7. P. Friend was called io Henderson, Tex,, yeslerday 'afterhoon because of thu serious Illness of his father, J. A. Friend. .Spencer Alexander, who recently underwent a spinn) operation m Campbell's cllinlc In Memphis, was removed la the home of his uncle Dr. W. II. Sheddan, In Osceola. jts lerdny. His'mother, Mrs. Joe Alexi finder Sr., and Mrs. Bernard Jag- gei's motored him from MempM: lo OsecoJa. Miss llelty Ebcrelt, who attends Ilendrlx college nt Conway i ^ spending Ihe "between semeslcis holiday here with her paicnU Mr. and Mrs. Oils Ebcrdl Jr John Paulk a.v! Eay'mond BIckerslaiT left yesterday moraine for Oxf.-rrt, Miss., where Mr. Paulk "1 enrol lin the University ol Mississippi. Mr. Btckerstafr is still undecided as to whether or not IK will attend school there. John P. Lent! Is resting well in Ihe Memphis Baptist hospital where lie underwent an appendectomy last night. Mrs. Lent! motored him down yesterday afternoon. The Hev. Frank G. Smith, D D of Omaha, Neb., left yesterday after having spent several weeks here with his daughter, Mrs. R r icirshner, and family. • " ' '' Mrs. Dick R:berts and infant son were removed from the Walls heard about it, but here It Is—lier hair stands on end. ft i-nuT ° ° C ' h0mo ycstcrcltw - lappcned to Miss Josephine Day as <i Jihnlf-inillfon volts of static lectrlclty passed through her body from Die Westlnghouse elcctro- ,|KIKST I'SESHY'VEItUN CHUKC'II James A. Orcrholser, minister Clmrclt school 9:45 a.m. Morning worship 11:00 n.m rheme, "Christ Claims a World.' Ycung People's meeting <i:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. rheme. "The Abilily of GoJ." Midweek Service of Prayer and Foreign Mission Sludy, Wednesday 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs T. J. Mnhan, 420 West Walnut. Choir pract!:o :it the churcli nt 8:IS p.m. Wednesday. The public is, cordially invite! to attend all of the services of tin, church. f/rt» PH.GK1M LUTHWIAN CIHJKCH II. 1. Kleiiirtlensi, paslur Divine services 9:45 a.m. .sermon subject: Pour Kinds of Soil." Sunday school 10:45 n.m. Tiic Lutheran Hour over WMC 4 p.m., KLCN mid Mutual network 3:30 p.m. pecial Lutheran laymen':; meet I Ing at Trinity church 3:30 I dd) Dnrroiiaar will Because of this service there be no evening service at 7:30. A cordial welcome to all vlsitois .tatic machine on exhibit at (lie New York' nnd Industry. Museum of Selene'; FLAPPER FANNY -copp. IMOovME*corner.m. '• «• By Sylvia olns Nave Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shlbley and family will go to New Madrid. Mo., tomorrow fcr a dinner party being given by Mrs. John ShDIoy in honor of her son, John Shibley, and Mrs. Shlbley, who were le- cently married. She was the former Miss Sally Hamra of Portoije- ville. Mrs. Stephen Brooks, who Is ill of pneumonia in the Blythevlllu hospital, Is slightly Improved. J. 11. Smart Jr., Is improving after having been critically IIV nt his home. Jim iujht 15 p.ble to bo out after having been ill of influen; _SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1941$ Headed For Spring LUXOKA .METHODIST CHURCH 11. E. I* BenrriBii Jr.. pastor Church school at 10 .a.m. M, Sue Brown, general superintendent. Morning' services at I! u'clccv The pastor will me 3s his subjerl. "The Recovery o[ Honor." Young people will meet at six o'clock. Evening services at seven o'clock. I Maryn Mason, song stylist, and Eddy Dunsinoor, origuuior of "Raindrop Music", v'M oni-^,- i«-e with Ihe Dtmsmoor "Raindrop Music Orcrtesii-if w.nc. . .. r Hie city auditorium Tuesday night for the dance sponsorc:! Hacholors' Club for the "Fi.?hl In- i pastor. PILGRIM TAHKKNACI.lv HO Cherry sdcct O. w. Doss, pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. Mrs. O. W. Doss, superintendent. 11:00 a.m. Worship service. 1:15 p.m. Young People's service. 7:45 pjn. Evangelistic service. 7:30 p.m. Missionary service. Vcd.i Trotter is in charge of (Ills service. FIKST BAPTIST CiHJRCH Walnut anil Eighth Rev. Alfred Carpenter, p:istor Sunday: 3:30 a.m. Sunday school. 10:40 a.m. Morning worship. Spc- clnl music and anthem. Sermon— '"THESE spring liats are smart - 1 for lovn or country Tile flattering model at left has a medium brim which sweeps downward at the front and a draped crown stitched with wool. The other, right, is a charming Brelon sailor in felt with contrasting grosgi am band. 1:30 p.m. worship and preaching will meet "Parables of Once" will be the ''She never speaks lo anybody except her friends." Must be a lonely life, with nobody to talk to." Group At Oscoola Mantes leader^ | n $100,000 Theft Memba-s'j ol Calvary Episcopal' Church aj.. Osoeotn who nrc to Miss Nannie Clarke Smith went I- vcars a "°lo Whentlcy today to spend I lie "" "' " weekend with her parent,-;, Mr ami J Mrs. H, K. Smith. I Coleman Stevens, a .student at . Hendrlx college at Comvny, came today lo spend Die "between se] mesters" holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens lie will return (o school Wednesday. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter returned this morning frpm Mc- Ghce. Ark., where he had conducted a mission revival meeting this week. "Leave It To Me" Shows A i Memphis Soon The best-known musical show of Ihe season, and practically tile only one on lour, "Leave it To Me" cnnics direct from its long New York run lo delight local theatregoers at the Auditorium in Memphis, Wednesday, Jmi. 31, for two pfrformnncpt only (matinee nnd nlgliti. "Leave It To Me" lins no Jess than three stars In Its large oast of 100 singers, dancers nnd comc- faiiliie Par.ilysis" campaign will come lo a climax on the birthday of President Roosevelt. This young prof3ssionnl styl?d dance band features "music like raindrops" which lias proved very popular whore Ihe -orcliestri has played since It was organize:! three AH of the net proceeds from the 51.50 per couple charges vrill go into the Infantile Paralysis fund, the Bachelors' club having agreed to sponsor the social c-re:ii for its contribution to the campaign. ' C:3U p.m. Training union. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship. Anthem and .special music. Sermon- pastor. Wednesday—All-church-night 7:00 p.m. Departmental meetings 7:30 p.m. Prayer nreetin? 8:30 pm. Choir rehearsal. RAI'TIST CHAS'LT, Lilly Slrcel SU30 a.m. Sunday school. FIKST CIIUKCH OF THE Hold $5-week Maid ^,oT i[im Onxton and vic ' Mother Forced to Choose Among 3 in Fire Rescue RHYMNEY (UP) - Walking in the night, with the home ablaze and three small children in bed. unable to carry nil of diem, n mother had t» make a icrriljlc choice. Should she carry out the baby boy in her own bed. or run for the twin girls in the next room. Mrs. Annie James Brown. 27. rushed screaming for help into liie back bedroom and picked up (he twins, intending to return for the little bey. She threw the children 1 into the arms of neighbors ar,d lurned back, but it W.T.S too tale George Moynard Brown, 1 was trapped and it was impossible to .•save him. Native Custom Curbs RadcliHe Girl's Fun ' : ! CAMBRIDGE, Mass. iui>> — j American and Brazilian customs' seem to work against the interests ol Cecilia; de Catlro Sllva, a pretty todtlttK College student, the is a native ol Brazil and •ervc on Ihe B-SO executive coui- nittoe were elected at th? scconJ innunl incetin™ at the 1101113 of Major nnd Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, Mor.- iay. They arc w. W. PrcwHt, R. Mad- ten, W. E. Hum. H. Shlppen Sr.,1 md H. Patterson. A senior War- j Jen will l;e appointed nt the next; regular meeting. 'Cowboy Evangelist' To Speak Sunday Night C. L. Hunter of Foil \Vorlh. Tex.. 'mown as Hie "Cowboy KvnnscUst" .viU spr."<k Sunday nhht nt 7.--151 ^clock nt the Fvili Ocsyir-1 church.! Mr. Hunier. who has been in ihis type of work for five years, will Jrrss In his cowboy oiilfii- for Ihe •crvi-c. H« spoko to ir.rse groups here at services hold More Chiist- nns. the Rev. A. A. jenklnt. pastor, statfrl as h» invited the public to ittrud. At The Hospitals Cnrlis D.T.MV;, s;ciMf l ilis- IliltlCfl. vvlillc In this country would like to enjoy'hcvscU. bill Brazilian custom forbids;.-a' girl gpinj o\it wilh n young man unless they are engaged or chnpcroiied. .The. coliogc !x>ys here, however, Miss Silva complains, don't makci HOLYOKK lllose ™»<'W»hS. Ncv- Walter Kolwi Mrs. Uobcrt Srotl .-iiui iitf.nit Mis. O. T. Cohoon. Iln]!;,v.(l <1K- Otcco ,\<{. Professor Tells Students To Open Minds to Truth the pair that created President Wintergreen and Vice Pnsldcnt. ThrotUeboUom In the memorable "Of Thee I Sing" nu'.l I won the Pulitzer Prize, and Hie iu- Imllnblc Sophie Tucker, the last of the red-hot mamas, have pavl-5 Police who arrested Margaret ch;imbcrniaid at New York's V'lara Hold declared SlflO.OOO worth of jewelry nnrl doming, stolen from (he hold, was found concealed in her apartment. brains fall out " He roiidfitmert (he purpose of sliui.Mil-, who DO to college merely to loam ."-kill nnd niitcd his listeners to find the "real aim of education, m nr<|iiiiv „ plitlosophy of life, iniollcrtual hone«ty nnd a conblant Wiirch lor IriuU." Read Ccurier NCA-S want ads. will ,nak2 th"ir in this revue which their admirers forpct performances. Cole Porter, than whom there ii no more popular or expert tune maker, has furnisher) 18 musical numbers, of which "My Henri Be- lonsis to Daddy" Is perhari!. the best known. This wicked lyric is sung (o the araompaiiiiiOTii of a strip lease by bcnvuirnl MiMrcd Fcnton. Tlierc arc 14 colorful wmv. in "Leave It To Me" and Ihr rhuiMS said to be the faslesi SICJIDM-S ever seen on any stage. Named Delegate To Kansas City Meeting The Rev. Matthew A. Curry, rcc- (or of SI. Stephen's Flpivooa chiiiTh, was elected one of finr. represcntaUves of tin- Kyisropk'' Diocese of Arkansas to the Crencral Episcopal convention In u-n-si City. He was chosen ;U dip fsii! : , n . mini convention held \vo;im>sn':iv and Thursday in Port Smith Tin- Is said to be the hishrM mitiilc Miss Joy Blackwoot! Weds Clarence Owens OSCEOLA. Ark., Jan. 27.—A marriage of simple dignity and beauty, uniting a pioneer family of South Mississippi County with one cf North Mississippi, was that of Joy Elh-aieth Blackwcod and Clarice LeRoy Owens, both of this city whirl! recurred sit the Baptist personage at four o'clock Thursday afternoon. The single ring ceremony was performed by Die Hev. Harold B. Tillman, pastor of the Osceola Baptist Church, in the presence of members of the families and Immediate friends. The bride wore a spring suit of rust col:r with beaver trimmings, a heaver-trimmed hat and brown •.erodes. Her corsage was of orchids. Mrs. Jrltie Driver, cousin of the bride, served as matron of honor wearing orchids with n slate bluo suit nnd blue hat to match. Billie Nicholson was Mr. Owen's lust man. The bride is the tlRUghter of tlu late W AV. Blackwcod and Mrs. Qlackwood nnd a niece of Dwlgiil, H. Blackivood and Mrs. Blackwocd with whom .she made her home "ollowing the death of her parcnis. 3he is a graduate of tho city chools cf LHtlr- Rock, nnd Is as- iccinted with the Mississippi circuit court clerk's office here. The bride pronui i.s the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Owens of Sen- Uohia. an.-l a Ki'aduale of North- vest MisMfsippi Junior College cf hat citv. lie was connected with In- Standard Oil Company .several years in Mississippi before coming o Osccolii to tnk'e over ninnagc- lu'nt of a local service station. Following a bridal trip cf in lays ihrv will bo nt home in the HiiRh Cra : i; residence on Kelsor Avenue, which they have leased. Ont-ol-town guests here for the wcdrtins Mrs. Hal McHai'.ev of Kcmietl and Mrs. Pauline Havdcn of Caruthcisville, Mo. any diocese can iy i\.s cli-i?,vm?n Others chosen from thi were the Rev. C. D. f.nti.i Fort Smith, the Rev. F. w. lors of Helenn iwrt ll\r Krv Wiliianison of Utlle Riy:k ,i,i ( ,hn Rend Ccurier News nils. Dv. J. A. Salil.ni Announces the removal nf his otlkf- fryin Ulr Tn^i.un linii^in r lo lii.s home. 13-1 K. IvcnlHclij- I'liou-: III) • '"'J. I,. \Ynolnian, jj.isloi- 0:45 a.m. Sunday school. E. L. Evans, superintendent. 11:CO a.m. Morning worship. Subject, "Shining As Stars." 7:00 p.m. N. Y. P. s. Mrs. Roy Wiiite, president. 7:45 p.m. Evening worship. Subject. "The Two Paths." We Invite all who will to worship with us. cordially invite the :. Strainers in our city especi- glad you camp our way. CIIDUCII OF CHRIST Denton M. Neal, minister Lord's Day services: 9:45 a.m. Elb'.c study. 11:CO a.m. Preaching' 11:45 a.m. Communion. i 0:30 p.m. Young People's meet--! ings. 1:30 p.m. Preaching. Midweek services: p.m., sludy and sor 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Ladies' Bi- 3 p. m. Services will be held for Welfare week. The sermon topic will be "Wanted: A Children's Hour," t: be based on the life ai work of Lillian Wald. A cordial invitation Is extended to everyone to attend. ST. STEl'IIEN'S EPISCOPAL CIIUKCH Mattbcw A. Curry, rector Church school at 10:00 a.m. Morning prayer and sermon at; I11:CO a.m. Proceedings of the 38th ] annual convention of the Episco-' -;;. , , „... !l-al Diocese ol Arkansas will be re-« Wednosday, Bible , ;cl ted in a digested form at this ig practice. service. ble class. Radio services. KLCN, dailv from 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock except Bunday from 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. You arc cordiiilly invited to en:-i of our services. You will find a hearty welcome with us. ASSEMBLY OF GOD iCIIUKDIl Sevenlli and Asli streets S. A. Merrill, pastor- ';;.8:30 a.m. Radio program. 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11:00 ,1.111. Morning worship. 11:00 a.m. Children's church. 3:00 p.m. Men's prayer meeting. 6:30 p.m. Christ Ambassador's class. Leaf Grctn 25 Vcars NORMAN, Okla. (UP)—A leaf that has been green for 25.years', was displayed by Work Progress, i Adiniuistiation laborers. They foinict it. in the concrete of a bridge abutment being razed south of Norman. The bridge was erected' in; 11115. The contour and. cslor of thei leaf had remained unchanged. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. FULL GOSPEL CIIUKC?! Lilly and Vine Sf rcc ts A. A. .Icnkinh, pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school, noy Handles', superintendent. 11:CO a.m. Morning worship 0.-30 p.m. P. Y. P. A. Bertha Ford, president. 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic service. Come and enjoy these sorvcies. FIKST CHRISTIAN CiU'HCU Main at Sixth Gf.o. \\ r . Patterson, minister 9:-15 a.m. Bible school. Rii,<*.->]| j Bnrhntn. superintenriciit. \\M a.m. Worship, communion ' and preaching. "The Set of Their Faces" will be Ihe sermon tliemc Peopli's meeting. Friday, V:30 p.m. Evangelistic services, j 7:30 o'clock, Young — Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Bible study. CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHUUCH Matthew A. Curry, (iriest-in-cliarge Evening prayer nnd sermon nt 7:30 o'clock. TE.1IPI.E ISRAEL Herman Pollack, rabbi 1:30 p. m. Sunday shcool classes Try One of Our Delicious Sign the New Register at the Ritz ATURDAY SANDWICHES Hickory Inn Across From High Hclitiol Xow In ,\nv Lnraliori J, J. HARGETT SERVICE STATION Main £ Division Phone 500 Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 l''i>i' Prompt Laundry antl Clvnning Service For Spring-- Moccasin Oxfords RJ Your Choice of These Spring Colors « Hro\vn and Smoke Elk • Broan and Orpm Hnctokin lo C Red Buckskin Buckskin k and White Kik !) and White Elk s. White Stitch Add i,u- for »=«-OVO A. IH BITE'S S£ emout & Serial "Green Hornet" Sr.eci.il J'rice for This S.ilurila.T For Children till 5:00 jt.m. lOc SUN. & MON. Parnniount Nc«,s \- Comedy X Y Fri. & Sat. ROV ROGERS in . "Saga of Death Valley" with Gronrc "Gabby" Hayes ('nrtocm «• Serial "Kit Carson" SUN. & MON! m. News & Comedy LISTEN TO KLCN ,11:00 a.m. — K:K p.m. — 4:30 p.m.' Phone itllz 221 vhone Ko.\y :!»;( i

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