The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 25, 1944
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'"'* /PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE COUK1ICK NEWS SATURDAY, NOVL5MBEK 25, 1944 Events • ,-'f , MONDAY 1 , ' Woman's Auxiliary- v of', St Ste, phin's Episcopal Church, meeting with, Mrs IB li Siockeit, 7;3J p, m. "~ - <!ll '"e. Hoard of First 1 Chris- Man jChurchj, Women's Council meeting .'with'-Mrs. V O Miller, 2 30 p t in Woman's Society of Christian v<l Mis. Lillian Phillips Weds SergL W. R McMalh Announcement has bsei^mndo of the marriage of Mrs Lillian Moore Phillips of \yilson, formerly of Blytheville, to,Mastcr Sergt William E. McMath, (ilsp of Wilson The marriage was solemnized Nov. 11 In ' Service of Lake.-Strert vd oCkt ™ ,' rhniri? "mwtimr at chi' • •)•> ° E Moore of Cnmch meeting at cm i , ]0 c-. m.'^j Women's •)•> oor son, made her i , ]0me , n B ij,, lc ,,, le for ' „ numl)( , ( Mtalo Unto of Fitst Baptist Church having circle meitines: Circle 1, Mrs C. M Smart, Circle 2, Mrs E P Blomeyer, Circle 3, Mrs Jesse See- mnu, Circle 4, Mrs Ivj W Crawford; 'Clicle 5^ Mrs T H- Slicp- I'erd J s lane Tioop Association of Girl Scouts having supper at Little House, 8 p '« ' TUESDAY LatNeuje Club meeting with Airs -Mclvln Hafbell • Mrs". ( Riley Jones entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club Double G Cluu c meeting with Mrs Saiiford Boone Club Ei|ht meertnsr with Mrs G. O. Post?.. , , :WBDNESPAY, Mrs Elberl Huffman entertaining A D C Club , Wednesday Bridge Club meeting viltli Mrs Charles Rose FRIDAY Mrs Lone Now ell entertaining Initial Club ' Mrs^ W S Langdon entertnlning O B C Club <• G N B Ohib meeting with Mrs H C Blankcnship A Feast—and; a P^oud Gi?e! Budge Luncheon Given Mrs, J, A Leech qntertained Thmsday Luncljeqn Club members that afternoon at her home, when she nlso was hostess to Mis W J Wimderllch, Mis Charles Ross, Mrs W J Pollard and Mrs James II Bell White rosebuds and ycllov, chrysanthemums v\cie used on the luncheon table \vherc the guests were, scried Hijjh score prize for the afternoon vi as v\on by Mrs Ross D Hughes and second high by Mis C W A fflick 4 * « Club, Guest Entertained Mrs Clarence B While Jr, v\as a guest of Mrs. J F Nolen last night tthen she entertained members of the GNB Club at a bun- co partv Vases of red Radiance roses decorated the entertaining rooms Bunco prize v,as \von by Mrs White. hie:h' score bj Mrs' John Frillhart and lov bv Mrs Norvcl Humphrey ', nnd for the past year has been living in Wilson with her mother while connected with the Bank of Wijson Sergeant McMnth, who hns been In New Guinea, and Australia for 32 months, recently-returned to the Slates. He Is on furlough and Will 'return soon to active duty. The couple is to be honored tonight when her sister, Mrs. Ralph Robinson and Mr. Robinson of Wll- siin, .will entertain with a dinner osncc in the Skyway at Hotel Peabody, Memphis. Guests from Ulylhc- ville will include Mrs. E. M. Rcgc- nold, sister of Hie bride, and Mr Rc-ecnpld, Lieut. Jack Caffiy and Lieut. Joe Evans. Celptnates I llh Biitliclay Sadie.-Birmingham', celebrated her llth birthday Wednesday night I when she invited 25 of her joung friends to n parly nt her home Games, were played- for several hours, with prizes awarded the winners. After the gifts brought to the hostess had been opened, refreshments", of--birthday", cake, and iced drlnXs were solved by her mother, Mrs. Coatney Birmingham. » * • intei tain Conhact Club Mrs Cornelius Modlngcr and Mrs J I, Gimn wire guests of Mrs E R Lancashhe Thuisday afternoon vUien she enteitalned members of -he Thursclnj Conliact Club at a bridge luncheon at her home A two couise luncheon was served at the dining table, vvheie a bowl of Autumn floweii, former, the centerpiece High score prize foi the afternoon was won by Mrs, R L Bnnislci and .ccond high b> Mis H w Wylie At The Hospitals Hlj Ihevillc Hospital Admitted: Herbert Mm ft, Memphis Dismissed ' J T. Ledbetlei, city. Walls Hospital Admitted Mrs Edward Li-fce\, Stcclc, Mo Hot tamftles served and coffee acie Mrs Mrs Buster Hardin, city J C, Summers city. Iloast Chicken, White, Wine , 4-5'pound roasllng chicken \ 4 cup butter, imrgarine or salad oil !•£ Silt ^ cup Chnbll Hock, Snuleme. v 2-3 cups stuffing Hicsliiig or,any,Y.'hite tablfc ivlnc Singe, clean arid'wash the. chfcken; Dry thoroughly Inside and outside vvitli a clean to^vel Rub msldo of. fowl vulh sail iill lightly with sAuirmj! allowing some loom for tl|e dressing to expand during baking.. P.lacc a small arnount'of the'stuffing In the neck to round out the'.cbn- tom. Close by sewing vvilh needle and thread or Insert skewers and lace with siring Fold ivmgs baeV Press thighs close to body Tie «nd.s ol legs logclhci and bring ends of string dovvn around tail piece Croes strings inbpck jnd bring ends up around the front and tips of the wings Tie string !rt back Place cljlcken breait side up m an uncovered roasting pan Sprinkle vvllh salt Bake in n moderately slow oven (325 degrees) until tender Allow 30 to 35 minutes per pound Baste frequently with mixture of 3 i cup hot wipe nnd % cup butter, maigarlne or salud oil Add cooked giblets to chicken grnvy Serve's C forces it year ago. She will, return Nw. 30 to Orlando.. * ' '• ' •*,•,• *'. > • ' i • - ( ' • LJeut, I-crpy ; Ross of Blytheville/ qvcrteas for Ihe past 13 months, has licefi promoted to the rniik of first lieutenant with the' Army Air For- j<^ji,' He noiv is,stn,tlo,iicd.ln fhe Piill- IjiplnM ns pilot of--a P»38. Lieut. Jaines E. fjack) Johnson, Eor) of Mr and Mrs J E Johnson oj-rtoute 3, Bljthevllle^ now iv serving as 1 pilqt of a P'38 ln.j Belgium, He recently spent his leaye In Pari? nnd In Brus$el-, Belgium i Lieutenant Johnson who Is an a|dent sportsman, recency wrote hjg pwnts that the country was tjihunlcr's paradise. J * * ' iJScrgt. Harry.. L. Buck, son ol Mrs. 4j n Buck of Route 3 Blytheville. hjiE been promoted to tho rank of s(afl scrgcapt. He,Is with the infantry stationed on New Britain Island, and has been overseas since August 19«, Mrs Buck hns t^p other fions in seivlce Jo? L Buck, cwt in the Nnvv, now is serving as a Naval recruiting officer In- Rochester, N. Y, nnd Jnmcs T Buck w t 1 c, also In the Navy, is on active duly In the Pacific. Tluce grandsons also are seiving in the armed forces. Four sons, of Mrs,-N. S. Silliba of Joiner now are serving their coun- r y In varjous branche-i of the rmcd forces. Scrgt Phillip N Saliba a gnnnei n the Armv Air Forces, Ins com- ieted his. 100th mission; Lieut, 'led N Sa)lba of the Arm) IS sh cued it Manh(i(tan, Kajw Corp oe Sallba Is with the M P bat- alioa in the Pacific, and Ale* jitia seaman 2-c in (he Navy, is :alioiied it Bremerton, Wash ersvihV vvltli her parenls, -Mr. am! Mis Evciett Reeves, bpent jester- day hero with Mr."aim Mrs. M. T. Moon: and Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil Lowe, nnd family. Mrs Edith McCool Is mending 10 dajs ttitli frleiuH In Memphis Miss Rosn'lle Duclos nud Miss Beinett Junf'eisfeld, both of whom me attending Drauglum's Business In Memphis, nre the guests of Miis Duclos' paienti Mr and Mr<> A C Duclos, fii the holldavs Miss JUhkcrsfeld is frorii Poclinh- tns i\frs. ; Qhiirles-. MoDsniel and tons, Keeping Up With The Men In Service Staff Sergt Reuben Cirtwright. son of Mis Nancy Yates of Leach- ivillc', hns arrived home'from the Eui 'rdpenn Theater of war where ht Bobby nnd Chailes, will leave no\t completed 31 missions as an engl Week tor Texmkana, Texas, where " ccl sunnei on a Liberator Bridge Party Is Given Mixed Autumn flowers ^ere at- ^tractively arranged m the living room of the Ross Moore home jes ferday^ afternoon when Mis Moore entertained members of the C B C Club for their wecklv bridge gt>me -pTjigh. score prize for the nftoi- noou «-ns awarded Mrs C 1 Uttle, jsecond high to Mrs IK, uunne Fowler and bridge to Mrs J J Cookston The hostess served a s-mdwich , plate \yith coffee ' • * • Mrs. Hickman.Entertains All members of the Initial Club were present jesferday qttcrnoan When Mrs Johnny HicVman entertained the group at her home for a bunco, party The hostess' lome \\ns attractively decorated with Fall flowers and a sandwich plate with iced drinks was served at the conclusion of the afternoon's games Bunco prize was' won by Mrs Herman May, high score by Mrs Claud Stewart and low by Mrs Jacl. Marsh • •••« u tj, uviiniuuin tity* I Mrs B L Monlson, Liibourn Mo ' Linda Lou Buiuh, Ht 1, cltv Memthis St Joseph Hnspilal Admitted: Mrs Ahin Stephens, stcele, Mo Memphis Methodist Admitted Hospital Mrs.-Bdb C. Jones, Cnruthers- vilie, Mb Mrs 'Fred Finnkhn, steele JIo Lee Miller, city Memphis Ilnjilist Hospiltl Admitted 'Mrs T L Stanford L«\ora Mrs I R Pence, Frenchman s Bavou Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs w B Williams ), ns ieturne<| from five dass spent in Jackson ' ' tl>c ' of Slstcr . ai)d in Mempliis , v ilh Jir and Mrs Beirj B Brooks Jr -Condition of I E Parkhur^t is hnpmied at Walls Hospital where he has been nndergoinj medical treatment (or the pan several d.iv, Mrs J. Norris Moon of Evnns- Vi'i 1 " 11 ' Wh:> 1S Bending the Thanksgiving holidnjs In Caruth- they will Join Private McDnniel to nmke their home while he is stationed there .nt Cnmp Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech have as their weekend guests, Mr. and. Mrs. Rudy Morrow, Mr. and Mrs. Will Walklns and Mrs. W. R. Norman. nil 9f Mnyneld,, Ksvvvho y>ill ba complimented 1 tdnlght vvjieil the Lccchs will entertain with n cock- tnil party fit their home. Mr ami Mis S E Vail and Mi and Mrs. W. C. Gates nre spending the weekend in : Liibourn, Mo., as' guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J> W. Bader. Mr. nnd Mrs. HnymonO Lansing nnd, Mr. and Mrs. Horncc Walters returned,tqdtty to their homo ',n Ad- vnnce, Mo., after a week's visit/ here with Mr. and. Mrs. Norv'el: Lansing and Mr nnd Mrs Wnller Stile's Mrs Vcuion Sawyer spent, Wc<l- netduy ind Thuisday in Memphis as the guest of Miss'Helen Bolto'n Miss June Brown, who Is attend- in!; University of Missouri, Colum' 'n, is s|,eiicling the Tlwnksgivlng olidays with her father, J. J A. roin of Copter, spent ycsterdny er.c with, her mint, Mrs. L. M. s.ruty, arid Mr. Krufz. Coq) Ra>mond Cook left jester ny fpr New Orleans, La , where he ill be reassigned, niter spending a 0-ctay furlough here with his moth- Mrs Gcrtiude Cook and family orpoial Cook hns been on duty In ic Pnmunn. Cnnnl Zone for. the ast 18 months. LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. FORD, Representative 20fi Lynch BIdg. DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPAtH,fC PHVS/C/xiNS R«ctal Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER; OFFICtHOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Main BlytrieUlle, Ark. Phone 2921 vf' jfe C SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS In service 2T months, Sergeant Cartvvnght spent seven month? oyersens. A . lorrner- student nt Leaehville high-school, lie farmed before entering the service. Sergeant Cartvvriglit, who, wears the Distinguished Fljing Cross the Air' Medal vyith threc^oak'leat clusters and two brorra stVrs will report Dec. 8 to Santa Ann, Calif. foi reassignment. T ' - *^ * Pvt. Luna. Yntes, stcpdnugljtcr, 01 Mrs. Naucy. Yates oi-teachyille, and stepsister of StalT- Sergt. Reubei Cai'twrlght of. Lea'chvlMe, Li, "home on fiirloiigh . from Orlando, If la. vvhore stie is a. member, of the WAG After attending, high school li Carnvvay, Ark.-, Elriyntc. Yates, was employed ii) defense work' in Little Rock before entering , the" armci Rend Oonrlpr Nena, Want Adi Tuesday, Npy. 28th ; 8 • P.' M.' : •"" .-"" Turkeys - Chickens ' - Pigs D'O.OIl PRIZE A TURKEY ADMISSIONSOc Allar Soclcty- ! of;:the Cathfilic ' ' Church '••'.; i •':'••• A Word About Your Clothes Morale... JL. To get that "chin-up" feeling so. essential to national morale, step out in freshly cleaned clothes. See how it tones up . . . puts new bounce ii\ your < stikie . . gives you that feeling of being "in the pink". Rlythevillc Laundry scientific- dry cleaning restores garments to the smartness of the day- you bought them—a sure-fire way to boost morale. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTER DUY CLEANING STEAM LAVNMY Hold Everything "Thai's rriy dog—he'll never let me live this down!" CHURCH NEWS I'ROMISKI) I/AND .METHpBIST . D. G.-Hindman, pastor Sunday School, in a. m. Felix Hill, sunt ' <r Thanksgiving Service, 7 30 p m Board ol Ste A aids meeting at chu.rch Sundaj, 2 3p p m Church Board of Education meeting at 7 p, m. First Quarterly Conference will convene immediately after service Vf^OS meeting at church, Friday, 2:30 j>. in. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 940ia m p J Deer, supt. Morning Worship, 10 50 a m Sermon by pasfor BTU, 630 p m R L Shemck, director, Evening Worship, 7 30 p m. Special music 'I Heard The Voice Of Jesus. Say", Miss Marguerite Graham and, Mrs; L-. W.' Bono. WFDNESDAY 7 p. m. Teachers and Officers Meeting. 7.:30 p. m. Mld-Woek Prayer Ser vice, 8:10 p. m. Choir. Practice. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Thomas B. Smylhe if, minister Church School, 9:30 a. m. Morning a. m. CAW AR\ prayer and sermon, 11 EPISCOPAL CHURCH Osceola TJ'omas B fjjnyihe Jri, minuter Holy Communion and Sermon 7 30 p m This will be a familj service. YARBRO METHODIST CHURCH D. G Rlndman, pastor Sunday School, 10 a m Mrs 'V Holllngsvvorlh, supt Thanksgiving Worship Service, 11 •> m W6 OS will meet at church Wednesday, 2 30 p m First Quarterly Conference will be held Wednesday night at Prom- I'cd land 7 10 p m DLtrict SupS J Albeit G-itlln will preich FULL GOSPEIi TABERNACLE Ira Mi Brjce, oas'or Sunday..School, 9:45. a, m, Rpj Handlcy, supt. Morning Worship, 11 n m Ser mon by pastor Childrens service, 6 30 p m Mrs Ira M ^r>ce in, charge PY.PA Service, 7pm The orchestra will begin playing it 7 45 p m Evangelistic service, 8pm Mid Week services Tuesday and Friday 8 n m Radio Broadcast 1 ; Mond i- Frid-iv,, 2 30 D m A church with a welcome. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH K. Scott Baird, minister Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship with communion ana sermon 10:50 a, m. Sermon topic Is "For This Cause Give We Thank!;". At this service the Thanksgiving', offering /pi : . missionary work wjll b.e, recclvecl. Christian Youth Fellowship for Intermediates "at 3":30 p.'in. and for' Seniors at G p. in. Wednesday night church service at 7.45 o'clock, Vthen the subject vlll be The Dlsclplps of Christ in Arkansas" #AKE STRE.ET METHODIST CHURCH Bates Sliirdy, pastor Chvircli Schobl,' 9:50 a. m. Ivcr- son Morris, supt. Morning. Worship, 10:45 a. m.^'-Let- Us Give Thanks', pastors subject Youth Fellowship Groups 6 30 P m N Eiening Worship, 7 30 p m 'And Do It Without Squawking', pas- toi s subject This church goes to Blytheville Arrnj Air Field Tuesdav, 7 30 p m Prayer Meeting ind Choi r Pric- tlce, Wednesday, 7 30 p m CHURCH OF CHRIST Dell anning worship, Ham Hii- old Sharp guest speaker Evening Worship, 7 30 p m Hnr- old Sharp, gupst speaker FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S B Wilford, pastor Church fachool, 9 45 n m US Branson, supt Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Junior Fellowship, 7 pm Evening Worship 730 P m Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday 7 30 pm ' CHURCH OF THE NAZABENE F W Nash, pastor Sunday School, 9 45 a m Homing Worship, 10 50 a m Pistor v,ill preach Senice for Young People 7pm Fvening Scnlre 745pm Pastor will preach Wcdneidiy night 7 45 o clock, pn>u meeting Services temporarily ire being held in the Armory Building BAPTIST CHAPEL Lily Street Sunday School, 9;30 a.m. Russell Baiigh, siipt. B. T. U.', 6:15 p.m. Miss Sarah Frances .Rowland, director. and FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvcj T Kidd, mmislpr Sunday. School,' 9:45. a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Pioneers 645 p m Fvemng service 7 30 pm WEDNESDAY Praver Meeting 7 30 pm Choir Rehearsal, 8:15'.p.m. THURSDAY: 'I hanks giving Service it Methodist'. Cliureh. 10 a .hi. First CLEARANCE! We Are Discontinuing Our Women's Sports^ Wear Department. Everything Redwced 2§%. -andrnorei CimiSTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, 141E W. Slain Ancient and Modern Necromnn- :y. Alias Mesmerism nnd Hypnotism, DenoimMcl, is (lie subject of ihe Lesson-Sermon which will lie read In all. Churches ami Socie-" ties of the Church of Christ, Scion-' list, on 'Sunday. . The Golden-Text is: "In the multitude of dreams and many words tljfrc. me also rtlvcib vanities but fear than God" Fceleslastcs 5 1 Among the citations .which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the fol lowing from the Bible Keep thj heart; with' nil diligence; for ou,t of it'are the Issues of life." Proverbs 4 23 a 1 WOMlHrS SLACKS Reg. 2.95...... N^^21 : Reg, 3:95 ...... Noy/2,69 Reg. 4,95 ..... NbW-3:71: .Reg. 5.95 ...'.'., Now4.46 WOMEN'S SWEATERS Reg. 3:95, ..... Nbw 2,96, Reg. 495 . -, Nc3w 31i Reg. ^.95: ..... Now 4.46 Reg. 7.95, ..... Now 5.96, leg. 8.95 ..... Now 6.71 Reg, 1..5Q Now Ivl3 Reg. 3.29 ..... NOW 2.47 Reg. 5:95, Now 4.46 WOMEN'S SKIRTS Reg. 2.95 Nbw-2.21 Reg. 3:95. ..... Now 2.96 Reg. 4.95 Now 3.71 WOMEN'S SLAf K Reg. 10.75 ... Now 8.QI6, Reg, 1:4.75;... N0w,ll!.07' Men's and Women's RAIN COATS Reduced 33, t-3 % Reg. 9,95 ..... Now6,67 Our Entire Line of Toys Goes DOLLS, WA5QN.S, GAMES, etc,! Toys Gfo QK Sale Tuesday, 9 AM. 312 W., Main Phone. 2342 AT FIRST 5I6HOFA CoW Pienamlions as d< icted CHRISTMAS CARDS and GIFT WRAPPINGS have.just;been received Choose gifts now while stocks are new and complete. The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 101 S. FIRST Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems MODERN EQUIPMENT EXPERT BEAUTICIANS. Conjinnotu Shcwe Eyery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 L18TZN.TG KI.CN Forty Saturday Thieves with. William Boyd and Andy Clyde ' --''•'"' ' --, ' ' ..... T^,.-> r . - . Serial: "Black Arrow" 4 and Short ' '' ''' - ' , ! ' .' ', . . ' .. : ; Con. Showing Sat'dny 1:00 to 11:3« ' Sunday & W-G-|W T s LAUGH Paramount News ami . ..:. Selected Short Subjects Continuous Bhowiui aun. 1:15 to 11 auttnea Sit. A KUIL Oniy Optns »ch nlyht 6:45; »Urta" \ Qpcni 8nn4»j 1:00; SUrtu.1:15 ! Cfntinnpus Shows Bet. and S«n. "it Every kdnored op . Ib* R«xj, Saturday West of Texas with Dave (Tex) O'Brien and Jim , Ncwill Serial: "Haulers of Ghost City" 7 and Short Cos. Shotting Sat'day i ; (jo to 11:31 Sunday and Monday \'/ THE SCREEN'S FIRST GREAT ^ ] > I* HUMAN STORY-OF THE MEN. |j ! U BEHIND AMERICA'S GUKSi// SYI .J'A Ifqx News and Sclcclcft Short Subject ijl.J (« n

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