The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1944 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 12, 1944
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BLYTHEVILLE'(ARK.) COURIEK'NEWS P.T.A. Meets > ,.. . , ,5; Members of' Sudbury. Parent fcapjier Association', meeting yester- d&y £C'fo' school, heard a talk by Yf' B. •Nicholson, superintendent of >the st:Ho6ls',;who spoke to the group pn t)}e,' proposed' city-wide hot lunch pro jsit/'flnd later voted to release ; equipment temporarily to the eMtj Board of Education • ill erJ that their lunchroom might Be incorporated into the new pro- : :M§£;)Vinnie '^Virgil'.Turner;.-'city supervisor of; elementary schools, laughk-the study course on "Citizens of TSfnJirrow"( and Mrs. L, K. Baker, president, was In cnarge of the busl- ness^sesslon. '.,•: • \CUb-Scouts of the Sudbury School p'ackippcned the ^nesting with trie pledge of allegiance, followed by the American creed, and later led In ihe group singing of America. They used The Star Spangled Banner ns their marching music. Miss Mary Hubler's room received the downstairs prl7.e and Mrs. E. F. Fry's room the upstairs prize for having the largest percentage of mothers in attendance. Married Here Saturday ;Thc marriage of Miss Lucille Fitz- patricfc and Louis R Morgan, both of St Louis, was solemnized Saturday jmornlng at the home of Mrs. John Fill, Justice of the peace, who performed'the ceremony.. • Mfs^MoTgan is a granddaughter of thAJajje Senator James McGrath I of Missouri, .while Mr. Morgan welllknown bicyclist who has SO?;c;S! in HoHVwOod with M G-M, Fox and Utility Beef Demands Flavoring p. ml liny celebrated his first birthday yesterday afternoon when his mother entertained 13 children .and Ihclr mothers with a party at the Counclllc home, 1500 West Walnut. Refreshments of birthday cake Ice cream were served the guest- 1 ), and cnch child was presented with a Halloween black cat as a favor. • • • Club, Guest Entertained Full flowers- In vivid hues decorated the living room of Mrs. James 15. Clark's home yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Town and Country Club and one gucsl, Mrs. J. E. Htisson, Utility beef Is flavored wllh horseradish and sour cream. Hal.Rc&cH Studios He ts n veteran I ?f'" reS| of World War 11 kllld so IVIrs'Scrape Is Hostess Mfs,,, Jesse M White' played bridge wjth members •' of club Eigh.t when, they were", entertained TueSftaSTrtlght by Mrs. Otto Scrape at tTie'Ifoine of her mother, 'Mrs. G. ' S. Barnes.on Weit Walnut Street. Highjscore prize for. tho cvcnlng'js bridge games went to Mrs. Paul Jobe and second high to .Mrs. R. B. Etout. Mrs. Scrane served a sandwich plate with; iced drinks. Bridge Club Entertained 'Mrs. -John. Llppett was hostess to members of the Double G Club Tuesday night at her home on West Chickasawba Avenue, when she also entertained ; two additional guests, Miss Mildred Lou nubbard and Mrs. Harman Taylor .Bridge, .was, played in the living room nmch'ivas gay with colorful Fall flowers High score prize was T*on by Mr 1 ; I.lppltt and second high by Mrs Albert K Taylor. Light refreshments were served. PioneersT'lect Officers Loy Allen Eich was elected prcs- ident'oC.tjie, Pioneers, joung people's organization s .of (l\e First Presbyterian Church, at a meeting held Sunday night at the church when Mrs" Ebb 1 Spradley, leader, served . p picnic supper to the group. The 'supper was served at the church preceding Ihe business meet- Ing. j Other officers elected lo serve with Loy were Susie Taylor, vice presidenti'-and 'Mose Simon, secretary and'treasure.'The groups meets each' ISundaj"' night, 7 o'clock, at , the church. P.E.O. Sibteihood Meets : Seventeen members of Chapter "P" of the P. E. O, Sisterhood met yesterday .with Mrs. William Law£,he as hostess for the first meeting.of the Fall Season. '.-A buffet luncheon was served.' <f;ith the centerpiece for the luncheon table formed of a low bowl' i of rosebuds Vaies of roses and other Fall' . flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms of the house f ' Mrs E B Gee was In charge of .the program for the, which consisted of a constitutional .quiz «Y liAVNOlt MADDOX NBA Slaff Writer It you have a copper-clad stainless steel skillet or saucepan, your problem of m/iklng iillllly beef Into Under and welcome dishes js easier. Marian Tracy, author of cookbooks, has one and invented these recipes exclusively for this column. Beef "iVIili Horser.-iilisli and Snur Cream (Servcfi 4) One and one-quarter pounds lean round steak, cut In 1V4 inch pint sour cream (the clnd sold in stores, not the stale :ype), 1 largo onion, sliced thin, 1 tablespoon freshly grated horseradish, l teaspoon cnri-J uowder, 1 teaspoon powdered ginger, salt, pepper. Cook the meat, onion and spices In a deep pot (preferably a copper- clnd stainless steel one If you arc lucky enough to hav« one), in : cups water for about ->i hour over a very low fire. Add the sour cream, horseriuUsh, salt and pepper. Heat through but do not let come lo .1 boll lifter the sour cream has been added, it will curdle If you do. Sweet iinrt Sour licet (Serve* I) One and' one-half pounds utility round, cut in hunks, 1 onion, sliced very thin, 1 lemon, also sliced thin with the peel left on, 3 tablespoons sugar. cup raisins, l (easpoon cinnamon or a piece of stick cinnamon, 8 whole cloves, salt, pepper. Simmer all the ingredients except the • salt and pepper In a slew pan with 1'A cups water very gently for 1 hour. Add salt and |>cpper, check the scas'pnliiB anil ndd more fiiigtir, lemon and spices for u spicy, sweet find sour taste. The lemon helps tenderize (he meal. for nn afternoon of bridge, High score prize went to Mrs. Cornelius Modingcr and high to Mrs. Clark. Light refreshments were served. ' Bits bf News Mostly Personal Mrfi. Henry Shannon will return Monday from New Orleans, where she s|xml the past week 'as the guest of relatives. . While there her husband, PrlvJile Shannon, who Is sti- tioned al Kceslcr Field, Gulfport, Miss., joined her for ft brief visit! Mrs. Leonard Johnson and Mrs. Fred McGhce arc spending a few days In Memphis ns the guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Edwin Jones and family. . J. M. Cleveland Is 111 at his home on Laclcdc Street. Mrs. W. R. Hnrtlgan left this morning to return to her home In Decntur, Ala., after a visit of two weeks here with her parents, Mr. A.D.C. Club Has Party Mrs. Sanford Shelton cnteitaln- and Mrs. C. W. Affllck. The Itev. Harvey T. Kldd has re- second turned from Memphis where he went lo be will! Mrs. Kldd n;id their Infant daughter, Carolyn Webster, who was Irani Monday afternoon at Methodist Hospital. Lieut, and Mrs. Robert ed members last night at of the A.D.C. Club licr home, when she nlso was hostess to three addillon- gucsts. Miss Marguerite Doleu, Phillips hnvc gone to Butler; Pcnn., for a visit with Lieutenant Phillips' mother. Their Infant son, Michael, re- n 'n'»<-'d l»> re > Mrs. Phillips' par... . , Miss Frances Little and Mrs. Albert cnt - s - Mr - all(1 Mrs - Russell Phillips. K. Taylor. | Tech. Sergt. and Mrs. John o. Mc- Taylor. Hlgli score for the bridge games played during the evening went to Mrs. Taylor, and second high to Mrs. Ben Hnrpolc. A salad course was served. Coming Events FRIDAY Mrs. R. A. Copeland entertaining C.B.O. Ohm. Initial Club meeting with Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. Mrs. J. c Swlggart entertaining O.N.B. club. SATURDAY A.A.U.W. meeting with Miss Marorie Warren, 3 p. in. Mr., Mrs. Pope Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Pope cnleir iained 30 members of Hie Wonder Class of (lie Lake Street Church Friday night at their home,, with nn old-fnsliloncd "tacky party". Prizes for the tackiest costume went to Mrs. P. B. Jarrnll and Albert Stanton, and In conformauce with the "tacky" theme, refresh-" ments uf corn pone and ice cold buttermilk were served at Hie conclusion of the judging. Games and contests were Inter 3layc ( ] for Several hours, ami refreshments were served. Members of the entertaining committee were Mrs. Billy King, Mis. Don" Lutes and Mrs. John Onrnett. * • • Mrs. Terrell Is Hostess Bridge Club Entertained tied roses In a crystal bowl formed the centerpiece for the lunch- con table yesterday when Mrs, P. E. Black was hostess to members of the Wednesday Bridge Club and two guests. Mrs. noss Hughes and Mrs. L. E. Old Jr., for luncheon and an afternoon of bridge. Mrs. James II. Bell received high score prize and Mis, W. D. Chnmb- Hn second high for the afternoon. • • • Mrs. Williams Entertains Mrs. Alfred Williams,entertained 12 guests last night at a parly at her new home lU DM Holly, which was decorated with roses from her garden. Cntindhm rummy was played throughout the evening, wilh high score prize won by Mrs. J. C. Ellis 'All members of the Friendly Seven i r ." nml sccolul hl « h b >' Mrs. Alvln Club .attended the regular weekly party for tliat group yesterday afternoon when Mrs. J. L. Terrell was hostess nt her home, 1012 Holly Street.' ] Roses and other Fall flowers were attractively arranged throughout, the entertaining rooms. Following an afternoon of card games, the hostess served a sandwich plate with iced drinks. Local Girls Honored Miss Mary Helen Moore, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore, has been elected president of Chi Omoga social sorority nt the University of Arkansas, Faycttcvlllc, where she is a senior. Miss Mary Virginia Relchel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Relchel, n junior nt the University, lins been elected pledge mistress for the same sorority. ROXT tt^Klnrci. n»t & >uti Oult Open* «rh night ( 45: >t*rt> , Oprnt hnndx I nn. guru Ull <C*niIfiii<>iu Showi Sat, in* Bin Nlffat Every Nlchl Conrinnonj Show* x Etery D*j Hm Office Opertiv 1:4t' <hn» Startn 2:0(1 l.fHTKN TO !U.(!N I:H ..»- 12:45 »jn k:l> Moore. A siilnd course with iced drinks ivas served. 3irtlulay Party Given Clifford Charles Comicflle Jr s arce/ Post Window To Remain Open Late Because Saturday Is the lost, day Jhrlstmns overseas packages may ie mailed; the Blythcvllle ixxsiot- ficc's parcel post, window will lie open until 5 p. m. liistciid of clos- ng nt noon, t\a is the custom, ?.->stmnsle!- Ross Steveas annouiiccci today. Haney III, arrived 'this morning from their wedding trip, for n visit of several days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John C. McHnney and family, before Sergeant Mcllancy reports to Quonset Point, R. I., for duty with the Marine Corps. ' Capl. ad Mrs. Roy Harper are spending several days In Cmuth- orivillc before returning here for n further visit with Mrs. Harper's mother, Mrs. A. M. Butt. .'Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jones and SOD. Charles Edwin, have returned to their home in Memphis after a brief visit with Mrs. Jones' parents, M.r BUI! Mrs. O. N. Hawkins and family. . Eil Lntlnjcr of Dallas, Texas, has arrived for an Indefinite visit with his daughter, Mis. L. E. Baker and family. •. Mrs. J. W. Dolcn is spending a ivcck in Craivfordsvllle, Ark., as the guest of her parents. : A. N. Crowder of Oak. Dale, La., will return home tomorrow iiftct a visit of several days here with his daughter, Mrs, E.' c. Budd and family. ARE YOU MISERABLE on "SUCH DAYS" from suffering distress of muiHUAItWFAWm 'fcWV With Its Nervous Restless Feelings? Tnko heed If s/ort Hko so nrnnr clrls —ntsiidh tlfncs'—Mitrerfronvdmrnps,' lirniinchfs, bncknche, feel tlrctl nervous, a bit blut^r-nn due to func- lloiml monthly disturbances. ' filnrt at once—try Lydla E. Plnh- n^m'a Vegetable Corqpouucl, lieve such symptonis. It's fanioiis not only to help relieve monthly pain but nlso accompanying Tvcnk Jiorvotts feelings of tills nntucc. This in bccAitsa of its soothing effect on ONE Or WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT OKCAKs. Ta'jcii regularly—riuktiam's Compound helps build up resistance nn^Inst such "symptoms. IT HELPS NATURE! Thousands or women nntl Cbrls hftvo reported benefits. Also n fine stomachic tonlct Follow label directions. Buy today. Lydia E, Plhkhafa's VEGETABLE COMPOUND At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admit ted: Mi-s. Ode Ward, Lcachvllle. Vernon Clausel, Manila. Dismissed: Mrs. Owen Kirk, clty. x Mrs. William Chancy, Cornell Virginia Rcnjgan, city. Whltfield Hardy, Hornersvllle Mo. Mrs. James Acuff, Memphis. ' niylhcvllle llosjjilal Admitted: Miss Bernlce Duncan, city. Elutorlo Rodreges, Luxora. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Buster Drown, city, a daughter last night. Dismissed: Eugene Cable, city. • Mrs. L. E. King and liaby, Dell. Mrs. Herbert Brown and baby city. Mrs. John Wylle, Rosa. Memphis llapllst Hosuital Admitted: Snow Wilson Jr., Osccola. Mrs. u. s. Blankcnshlp, Dell. Memphis Mclhodlsl Hospital Admitted: Horn to the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey 'J'. Kid, a daughter. New Hampshire, one of the smallest of' the United Stales, stands third in per capita circulation of Ibrary books in the nation. Ojily California and Massachusetts have a greater per capita circulation. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1944 Thursday and Friday Selected Shoris t'aramoiinl News and Selected Short Subjects ,S|^TIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always Our nowon- are al- yay« frfcsh and e>l work 1s fruftrnoU-ert to nicnfe* tj-1 expert leslgners help you with your flora) needs FLO WER SHOP F.T.n (Wvli* jV * 1 " Mf "' J ' * IM * C) wniam!i - Deliver Olenrnp "You'll Find It At The House Slippers A Liivjje Selection for AFcn, \Vonicii and Cliildrcn! Leather, jlayoii, Fell and Kuzxies . . . Hard Leather and I'atUIcd Leallier Soles. 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Misses, women. Have yours now! A few with matching topcoats! ION S Blytheville Phone 2221 Cape Girardcau

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