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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 19-14 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.); COURIER NEWS Mis s Cramer Is Bride Of Luxora Business Man Announcement hns been mndo of Hie marriage of Miss Iva Cramer, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas Cramer of BurdcUe, to William George, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. George of Luxorn, The marriage was quietly solemn. Izedi on Tuesday, Oct. 31, at First, Baptist Church in Blytlie'ville, with! •tie Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of the church officiating. Mr. and Mrs. George Saliua Jr., served as the only attendants. The bride wore'a two piece suit of Navy blue wool gabardine. The couple is now at home In Luxora with the "oridcgrboin's parents, and where Mr. George is in business. Women's Guile! Meets Mrs. John BiimcUc was hostess to members of the Business Women's Missionary Guild of First Christian church when she entertained Monday night at her home. Tlie business session was presided over by Mrs. Diirnelle, who appointed Mrs. J. D. Davis ns World Call chairman. A program on "Indian Education" was presented by Mrs. Tioycc Moore, assisted by Mrs. Freeman Robinson, .Miss Emily Dale Gray, Mrs. Glint-, Anderson, Mrs. Burnett* and Mrs. Davis. Diirin;[ the social hour which followed lhc program, lhc hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Charles Wood, served a salad course with coffee. P.T.A. Has Meeting Miss Warren Foster, member of (he junior high: school (acuity, was yucst speaker at the meeting of Sndbury Parent Teacher Association held yesterday afternoon at tile school; \vhcn she diixusscd the recreational needs, of children. Mrs. L. E. Baker presided over ihe meeting, when the program included a patriotic skit presented by Mrs. E. F. Fry's fifth trade pupils. Mrs. Mary Ilublcr's r.iom won Ihe room count for the downstairs grades, and Mlfs Alma Peters'. among the upstairs rooms, for having the largest percentage of moth- 1 era in attendance. • .* * Mrs. Crawford Entertains All members of lire Tuesday Bridge Club attended tlic luncheon given yesterday for the group when Mrs. Dixie Crawford entertained at her home. ! ^ Luncheon was served at small ta- Wblofs arranged in ll\c living room, • which was attractively..decorated I with Fall roses and chrysanlhe- | mums. -.. • High score prize in the bridge games was awarded Mrs. Rilcy B. Jones and second high lo Mrs. C. E. Ciriggcr Jr. Birthday Party Is Given Because Nicky Weedman was six years old yesterday, 30 of his young friends were invited to a party at thu Wcedman home at 116 Ensl Davis. The patriotic theme was carriefl out in the decorations of the refreshment table, and in the favors of Liny airplanes .flying overhead, tied with red, white and blue ribbons to the chandelier over the table. The same motif was used on the birth- clay cake.with red, while and blue candles. •' Games were played for several hours, and each guest was presented vyilh an airplane as a favor. Mrs. Wcedman, assisted by her Stuff the Thanksgiving Chicken Bits of News Mostly Personal Mclvin King is recuperating at Ills home on Lake Street following an operation which he recently unta-ivent at Blythevillc Hospital. Mrs. A. o. Hudson is in Hot Springs where she is spending a iveck ivllli Iter sislcr, Mrs. R. E. Simpson and the Rev. Mr. Simpson, who are attending the North Arkansas Conference being held :hcro this week. Mrs. A. S. necn is ill at her home on the Clear Lake Road. Mrs. Robert A. Porter of Dear- boni, Mich., .who is visiting here as the guest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. A. Lynch, will leave tomorrow morning for Winflcld, Ala., for a visit of several days with Captain Porter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James P. Porter. She will return here Monday. Capt. and Mrs.. M. S. Thurston will arrive Sunday for a visit, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Beck. Captain Thurston, who has been stationed at Eglin Field, Fla., hns I)ecu transferred to Kenrns Field, Utah, and expects to be sent overseas within a short while, and Mrs. Thurston will remain in Blytheville with her parents. She is the former Miss Anita Fayc Beck. Mrs. Essie Davis is in West Point, Ky., where she is spending several weeks with her son, Tech. Sergt. Barrel! Davis nnd Mrs. Davis. Sergeant Davis is stationed at Fort Knox. George Muir Jr., who was graduated Friday from a high school in Omaha, Neb., lias arrived for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs George Muir and family, prior to entering the armed forces Nov. 20 in Omahiv. . , Mrs. O. p. Barber sp.eut yesterday in Memphis" where's'lic consulted n specialist. _uxo,ra To Crown -obtball Queen There Tomorrow 1AJXOHA, Ark,, Nov. 0—Siiuerlii- lemteil. Thomas D. Wilklus, of the Uixora lllsh School hns announced that Friday Ihc tehool will observe Us annual Homecoming. Preceding the football giinio between Ihe Luxora "Panthers" and Wilson "Bulldogs" n coronation ceremony will be a highlight ,-)f IhLs occasion. Miss Charliatm lUhmorc will be crowned football queen and will be nttcmtcd by her nuilds, Miss Mnx- ino Austin, Miss Hillle Mne Wood, Mlsi Cliarllno Garner, anil Miss Wyiifllo Siaufield.. The coronation will luke at a o'clock. Luxora Baptist Church To Have New Minister V\en In Service Jack Hood, apprentice seamnn, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. M. Itood of Tucson, Arl»,, and (ormei'ly of Dlythevlllc, lias been 1 sent from Ulrmingliam, Aln., to a rcclnsslflca- llon cenler ul Great Lakes, III. • * • )M, Willie If. McDowell, jBon of Mrs. O. H. McDowell, now Is u truck drlvpr liansiwitlng vllnl nlrcrafl supplies to sustain concentrated air olfenses over 'Germany. Knterlng Hie Army threo years ago, ho went overseas a year ago. Two sons of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Winner of Houle 3, lllylhevllle, have met in the Pacific wur Iheu- lei 1 after a :u-iuonlh separation. The boys, bolli in the Navy, nve J. 1). Wldiii'r, niuinnnclstn mate )-c, mill ICiiitenc Wldner, macblnlsl.s mate Ii-c, J. 1), Widner hns been In service for the past 31 months. Pfc.-Alvln 0. Austin, ton of Mr, mid Mrs, F. O. Austin of Houle 1, Hlack Oak, 1ms been awarded the conduct medal for coinplc- ; LUXOI)A, Alk., Nov. 9—Till, Rev. O. a. Hicks, pastor of tin . Rlcn/1. Miss., Hupllsl Church, has J "" ol ,, , , , •„„ accepted (ho call as pastor of the ltl . m "" is . l . ll ' llve r °' lcl ' Al military wr- Luxora Baptist Church and will liceln his pastoral duties on Dec. 1. For the streamlined Thanksgiving, stuffed chicken roisted-' cranberries and bountiful fall vegetables. '; BY GAYKOK MADDOX '" lWiij)Wi"lMfli)7rW " : One package orange-flavored NBA Stiift Writer Many families arc smaller tills I'ear because daj or Ihe boys are away at war. So a fat rousting chicken will take the place in those lomes of the traditional turkey. Here's a new stuffing with rich nutty flavor. Also a light pumpkin pie everyone will welcome. lirau Flakes Stuffing One-third cup minced nnlon. 'I tablespoons butter, Hi tablespoons chopped parsley, 1 teaspoon salt, dash of pepper, 'A teaspoon snye, ',<; teaspoon poultry seasoning, l',t cups 40 per cent bran flakes, 2 cups soft bread crumbs, 1 to 3 tablespoons hot water. Saute onion in milter, 3 minutes. Add parsley and seasonings and combine with bran flakes and bread crumbs. Mix well. Add water and toss together lightly with a fork until thoroughly mixed. Makes enough stuffing for a 5-|)ound fowl. gelatin cup hot water, 2 egg yolks, slightly beaten, >L cup.milk, '.i cup sugar, »,(• teaspoon salt, 1 Kiwanioris Hear Reid Max 11. Held wa.s guest speaker at the regular weekly luncheon niecilui; of Klwanls Club members held yesterday at Hotel Noble, Topic of Mr. llclil's informal talk was Ihc result of Tuesday's election, when he discussed both the election and Its possible effect ou America's future. . Guests at the meeting In addition to 'Mr. Reid were Arthur Vniice of Anuorel, and his «on, Thud Vance, petty officer in the Navy, wlv> Is home on Icuve after a year's service overseas. ; teaspoon cinnamon, leaspoon allspice. Vi teaspoon ginger, dash of cloves, 2 tablespoons molasses, 2 cups •mushed cooked pumpkin, 2 egg whites, 4 tablespoons sugar, 1 baked 0-inch pie shell. Dissolve gelatin In hot, water. Combine egg yolks, milk, .J/jvcup sugar, shit. Eplcra and molasses* in top of double boiler, mlxing'-'wcll. Ccok over hot wnter until.mixture coals spoon, stirring.' constantly, Remove^ from fire. Add ••pumpkin until whites until foamy; then a'dd remaining 4 tablespoons sugar gradually, and continue beating iinlll stiff. Fold lightly Into gelatin mixture. Pour into cold pie shell. Chill until firm. Serve plain or pile whipped cream lightly around edge and garnish with orange gelatin cubes. gelatin and mis well.V Chill . slightly thickened. D'eat'eHg vice while the Dulled States Is a war. Tlie Idler received by Mrs. Austin from Private Austin's commanding officer rends In part; "Thl award was uuulu lo your sou foi having dcmon.stralcd f 1 d u 111 j ltmiiii:h fallhfnl and exncl per foniuuice of tUily, for efficient) llnouiih cnpncHy lo produce dcslr eil resiill.i, and because his be havloi 1 hns beon .such as lo di'sorvi this recognition." Private Austin is overseas In ilv Huropeun buttle zone. Dallas . Houston Jacksuu l.lttle Hock Shrevepoi't (14 ill! Courl " < : ' I Allantn Qhni -lesion Cliiiilottc '. '.'.','.'. 71 Cliattnnooisn 74 Chicago Cincinnati . Denver Dotrtlf Jacksonville . Kansns City . Macou Tallahassee . ., HI Low I 72 52 16 15 Al The Hospitals Walla Hospital Ad milled: Joe Pierce, Steele, Mo. Mcix Hinchcy, Slcelc, Mo. A. E. Scott, Manila.' Horn to Mr. and .Mrs. VV. I. Wheat, city, a daughter yesterday Dismissed: •••••• punch. • » • .Club, Guest Entertained Mrs. Hunter Sims played bridge with members of the Town and Country Club yesterday afternoon when Mrs; Cornelius Modinge'r entertained the group at her home, 1045'West Walnut, High score prize for the afternoon was won by Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, and second high by Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford. Light refreshments were served. Mrs. Young Is Hostess Mrs. William Young was hostess to members of the A. D. c. Club nnd two other guesls, Miss Frances Litlle and Mrs. Ralph Nichols, last night a.t her home on Norlh Fifth Street,' " ' Iced drinks were served during (he bridge games, and a dessert j course with coffee at the con| elusion of the evening. High score prize was won by . Little and second high by a rs. Farris McCalln. *' ' * * P.E.O. Meets Yesterday Mrs. T. J. Mahan entertained members 'of Chapter "D" of the P. E. O. yesterday afternoon at her home for luncheon and a program [ meeting. Luncheon was ' served the 12 j members at the dining table, where I lhc centerpiece was formed of a I low uowl of yellow chrysanthemums Mrs. Marion Williams presented (lie program for the afternoon on the topic of "Argentina. 1 ' " GOOD TASTI Calls for FLAVOR B RICH H "Good as their name" . ;. Mrs: John Hicks, BnrdcUc. Cliailes Franklin, city. Blylhcvillc Hospital Admitted: \Voodrow' Bell, Rt. 2, city. Miss Vlvienne Moore, student at [fcnclrix College, Con way, Ark., and lier brother, David Moore,' who attends Castle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon, Term., have ar- livcd to spend the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Moore. Mrs. Prank Brown. SATURDAY A.A.U.W. meeting with Mrs. B A Lynch, 3 p. m. Coming Events FRIDAY Initial Club meeting with Mrs. J.ick Marsh. Mrs. C. J. Little entertaining C. B. c. Club. Friday Hummy Club meeting jvitli Chest Colds WICKS VVAPORUP To Relieve Misery Rub on Tested MARGAKETS HH()I> Ifi «. Flrjl Phone 2532 Bring Ui Vow/ Beauty Problem* I Modem Equipment Expert New Cream Deodorant Sa/cly helps Stop Perspiration 1. Docs not irritate sliin. Dots not rot dresses or men's jhitts. 2. Ptevcnts unJcr-aim odor. Helps iiop perspiration sifclr. 3. Apurc.whitc.intiscptic.itiin- less vanishing cream. 4. No waiting to dty. Can be uscJ tight ancr shaving. 5. Awarded Approval Seal of American Institute of Laundct- ing — hirmlcss lo iabric. Use Arrid rc£ulatty. Mrs. Harold Smllh, city.. .',. Born lo Mr. nnd Mrs. A. a. Smith, city, a son yesterday afternoon. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Wnr- liurst, Osceoin, n son ycstertlay lllOfllllirr. . • • : ' DLsinisscd: - '-' \-. •Irene Bell, Catvon, Mo. '>; ", ,, . Mcmpliis Baptist'Hospital. Admitted: '•. ' : v; . .,r' iJ. T. D.ivis,.Luxorn' Arvie Ilnsttnss, Steele, Mo. Memphis St. Josepli Hospital Admitted: v. • Leonard Hnrrcll, Tyler, Mo. Hcmpliis McthuilUt Hospital ~ Artmittcd: Mallie Vivien Stewart, Luxora. Road Courier News Wan: Ad*. . Miami llonlgomcry few Oilcans York . . tonio San An SaVninm Washington •1!) 43 57 •1!) (52 r>n 3i no — uo 45 5:1 'III 0! 05 f)9 1)2 43 -18 •19 62 ••15 02 '7.7 75 82 7(5 78 (it) 58 82 75 7!) Wow She Shops "Cash' and Carry" Without Painful B»ck«che ; When di.cmkr ot Urtiwy fimdttm Mrmil« TXiuumoaj niMlcr.to reinnln In your liluo.1, it tniy en use Ji^Kiiif-ljactiaelio, rKciimftlio p!ii».», kg nnuu, IOM of iicp nrul cncrey, irclliiui im |>«li<«. wolliM p U f]i, KM »,K\ a „*$ Icaclncl,™ uul dli.incsj. 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