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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 29, 1944
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BLYTHKV1U-F/ COURIER NEWS 'WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 10<M •, IJ Coming Event* i''l ifrs, . . ^/Initial CM, ';, Mrs, W. 6, .. '!,$»°0*N?B. Club niteUng with Mrs C Blankeruhip Service Man Is Honored I [f i Friday Rummy Club meeting with J_>Jlr$ T J Barnes i>)f ^BXecuthe Board of Women's ^Missionary Union, of Fust Bapt'sl 4. phurcrt twellng with, Mrs H. H ..) Br<joks, 2JO p,m, . ' ,,<<,,, Dorcas Cla$s o< First Baptist neetlnz' Friday afternoon R A, Mrs, Frank Richardson, who left locla y for induction into (he Army, was guest of honor at a. (amily reunion fnfcrUlning held Sunday at the homo of his Mr. and Mrs. ,J..W. Rlt ''' ardson, A three course dinner WHS served nl the noon hour,* with the after- nodn spent In "vlslling". GUIs were presented Mr. nich- ardson from (lie 21 guests who attended the affair. Mr. unit Mrs. Jack Hiilsey of Holland, Mo., were out-of-town- euests. The Richardson's have two other sons In service, Pvt, J. 13. Richard- 6on, who is In France, and Pvt. Eugene Richardson, stationed at Aberdeen, M<1. • • - • Daughter' Born Sunday •Lieut, nnd Mrs. Robert T. Kohlcr arc the parents of a daughter born Sunday night M Blythevlllo Army ?jr the'nrnr7Sge'o{"MJEsaepeva 1 Broi|in'Alr Held Hospital. The baby, their " ' - *'" Church meeting 'Friday afternoon al the Church With Mrs Copeland, Mrs, C*U<il? li, ChMnber$ (f-o'clock h<*tw«», /; €etiev^B?QWjHS Bride In Callforijia Ceremony Bits of News Mostly Personal C. li. Nabcrs nnd daughter, Mrs. Melvln Halsell, spent Saturday In Memphis, where Mr, Nabcrs coi( ;1 ltct) his B|)cclnHst. ' , Mr. anil W[rs. Lu Spellings 1 ol Jonesboro are the holiday guests, of Mr. nnd Mrs.- J. >L. Nabers. Mrs. J. A. Luckett and daugh- 'of Vallejo, nns nninctl ^ theville, to Jotyi C B^haeffer, also v 'The marri??? *1 & Qu!?'ly solemnized Nov 19 in First Baptist Church Tli'c bride uore a soft uool suit of bark brown, -gardenias, forsag e of v.hlle ^Ku ately fondling, the cere- _'-* „'£.!**'**.,*. OAVinnfTAf lnf» Mrs. Kohlcr is the, former Miss Dorothy Oslenberg. Club, Guest Entertained In-lfiw, Mr. and Mrs. aigene Do?.lcr at the home of her parents, Mr, aivj Mrs. R, C. Blackwcll al, Armorel. AI Rlansteln ,wlll leave tomorrow for New York for a visit there will) relatives. W. p. Ostcuburg of Seottsblurf, Neb., and his daughter, Miss Joan CsU'ii'nnrg, a student, at Principle Academy, St.'Louis, have returnee home after a visit here wllh Mr Orenburg's daughter, Mrs. Roljor T. Kohlcr and Lieutenant Kohlcr Mrs. Ostcnburg. who accompanied them here, remained for a longer visit with her daughter.' Hunter Sims Jr., who Is attending University of Tennessee College * ter, Miss Neal Luckett, both of Medicine In Memphis, will spend Doll, are spending the Thanksglv- lhc ThanksslvliiK holidays here jug holiday!, in Helena, as guests W Hh Ills mother, Mrs, Hunter Sims of Dr. Frank Luckett and family. Mr. and Mrs. S. 13. Vail and Mrs Mrs. M. A. Price of East Prairie, George Cross and daughter, M|s Mo., who recently spent two weuks nm-othy Cross, left this afternooi here with her daughter, Mrs. John for Clinton, Mo,, and Warrchsbiirg Walden nnd Mr. Waldcn, nnd who Mo., where they will visit relative recently has been visiting her broth- through Monday. Mr. and 'Mrs or, in Brooklnnd, Ark., will arrive Vail v.ill visit Mr. Vail's family' i tonight to again be the guest of tlio Clinton, while Mrs. Cross pihd' he *lenty Of Onions Available Now For These Tasty Dishes llie bumper crop of onions pro- lucert this year lias caused the Var Food Administration to make special appeal to homcmakers to ise and store extra amounts, ac- :on!ing to Corn Lee Coleman, coun- :y home demonstration figent. Dishes thai were unavailable to onion overs several months ago when onions v,-ere scare can now be serv* cd. To help Mississippi County Cooking fat Skin the onions, slice very thin, separate Into rings, dip into a batter made from the flour, milk, eggs and salt, and drain well; have ready n ket(le of fat hot enough to brown a small piece of brea,d In CO seconds, Put the onions In, a wire basket, lower into thp hot fat, (ry until t)ie onions are golden brown, drain en absorbent paper, with members of the Tuesday Bridge Club yesterday . afternoon when Mrs. - B. Jones enter- her home on ;,'. Francisco, tSforp returning to tu lejg to malt? th&lr )}oiT\e ,,, ui . „„, „*,,, „ ...... - ~ it', Mrs SchaefffF Is the daughter of an^^om'Thlgh' by Mrs. "Banister". wiMrs Ruby ?rowrj of Bly,lh,cvillc A salad course was served. .'''High Schqol Bh^e h,&s 1< i "m- "f, ploj'ed'm Vallejo for the past jctir ^ inhere Mr, Schaeffer. also is cm- in Wa.ldens during the holidays. 'daughter will be guests of Mrs Mr. and Mrs. George Stllwell and Cross- sister, Mrs. Jeff MqH an daughters, George Ann., Lottie Pearl Mr. Molt In Wari'cnshurg. and Sarah Bob, will spend tomorrow Mrs. W. S. Hurt of Memphis hns ' In East Prnlr|e, Mo., as guests of returned liomc after a brief visit Mrs. Stllwell's mother, Mrs. N. J. here with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ncill. They will visit in Sikeslon Blackwell. tomorrow night as guests 1 of Mr. and Corp. Rlchurd Roberts of the Ar- frimily. ! my Air Forces, who lins spent the has returned l lflsl s '" days liere with his par^ from n 10-day visit in Wichita cnls . Mr. aml M|l s. Dick Iloherts, Falls, Texas, with her slslcr-in-law, wil1 lca vc tomorrow for Dnrksdnle *'n\dn) p 'flr artft'Mrc Schaeffer left talne(1 the group at <f, for, a, brief, wadingslF'P to Szn Kentucky Avenue. '< « ,,~ v-,,,™ .....mi™ tn v,, , H|gh ECO) . e prlzb for thc ..tie,.. ^^E^^^Vita.'whliTuR'rc'she Field, I-nT He has been stationed at """ " her sister, Pvt, Vera Sn-, Yllma ' Allz - iba of the WAC who is stationed „ Mr - " ml ^ rs - Murray icnr WidUta Falls. I s - Ooff, Betty Jean an,] § Has At The Hospitals Mrs CJf W IjUtolnuit^ and MIS I Margaret 'OroWfler t entertained ! members o[ tfta Betft pht Sunday Schpol Clasq of Firs^ Presbyterian Church.-'Mjmday |>nlgt\tr at the . r „ »sg}»en by Mra Dillahunty »n^ % brief busln^B session ^pa-held., presided o\pr by Mrs Jesse , M ; f W. Wte, president,' ulic-a Aemyjereu voted • to give n Thanksgiving basket to^ a woilhy famtls > v '*•' ' ' ' Games Dfere played during the social hour, du-eitted bj Mri Crowder, and a pr(ze was won by Mrs Darter / > t 7 A de&'erC' couree v,as served bj the hostesses. . C ^ -. -> • • f Surprise Slower,Js Qiyen Mem.bers of- ^e Gosne)! and Ho\l Moqn\ 'Churches surprised their "pastor the Rev t the 22nd ISlytlievllle Hospital Admitted: ' Bobby Smith, city. Mrs. Leonard Jackson, city. Dismissed: Mrs. H, Q, Barnes and baby, city. MIJI Floyd Roger?, Osceola. Walls Hospltiil Admitted: Popnld Joe Cobb,' ilay.ll, Mo. Ann Glass, city. Jylclvln Ray Turp|n, Osceola, Jajncs Deal, Portagevllle, Mo. Casslet Pflcc, Hnyll, Mo. Dismissed: . Mrs. B. li Morrison, Lllboiirn, Mo Memphis Uaptkil UosplU! Admitted:' : Mrs, Elmer Boyette, Kciser. Memphis niclhortlst ll.qs'ji'lial. Admitted; , ' ' . '.' E)nora Edwards, Manila. Chip Franklin, Steele, Mo. Local Bank Employes Hold Annual Banquet Stanley . Goff, nil have returned from The Rcy. nnd Mrs. Thomas n. 1 noonevillc, Ark., where they spent ' dressing and serve on a cabbnge lent. Sluffcrt Onions 5 or fi large onions 3 T, fat. M cup chopped celery 2 T. chopped parsley 1 cups bread crumbs 1 t. salt. Pepper Skin the onions, cut in half _ _ ._, . _ __.,_. _ jnj\in^\ tuv. t\m., w*^t i i_ vm; y »jijv,iiv . . . , Snijithc Jr., left tills afternoon for several days with Mrs Goff who' crosswise, simmer in Baited water Helena, Ark., where they wilt fs n' lw ilcnl at tlie hospital there. " mil "'most lender, and drain. Re- spend thc 'nmiiksglvliiB holiday j Mr. mid Mrs. Dick Roberts .and move „ __, take advantage of the sprinkle with Bait, an t | keep hot un- lircsc-nt plentiful supply, both in "1 served, gardens, arid on the market, the ncme demonstration agent suggests (lie following recipes: Scalloped Onions und I'canuts C medium sized onlpns , 1 cup peanuts, yrgund •-: 1 T. inblted fat ,' 1 T,', flam 1 1 cup milk !•; t. salt 1 cup buttered bread crumbs Skin the onions, cook in boiling «nitcd water until tender, drain nnd slice. Make n snuce of tbc fat, flour, milk and salt. In u greased baking dish place a layer of the onions, cover with thc peanuts and sauce, nnd continue until all are used. GOUT the lop with the buttered crumbs and bake in a moderate oven for about 20 minutes, or until the crumbs are golden brown. Serve Irom thc baking dish. . O'alibago and Onion Salad Shred cabbage and cut onions in- i very thlii rings. Season with salt, ilcry salt, pepper and pnprlka. Mix with mayonnaise or French ivith Mrs. Smylhc's parents, nnd Mrs. H. II. Bookhart. Mrs, Mifrtln Worthy and daiujh- 9PCi night ilven for thp Thc colonial l^oble was the setting for the coek- day njgh.1 pareonnge; H^^^r^^:il2fSS£: •Mr. family have ns their guests for several (lays, Mrs. Roberts' nieces, Misses Gwendolyn and Martha tcrs, Doris Ellen and Nancy A*nn,! Jean Nave of Memphis, who came of ; M'arkcd Tree, A l 'k., will nvi'lvc up at this time-especially to be with loday to be the holldny guests of their cousin, Corp. Richard Roberts, Mv, and Mrs. B. T. Worthy 'and whn I s visiting his parents here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Loy Welch. I M ''- '»«' ««• Wilt Goodman and 'Mr, and Mrs. V. a. Holland, and daughter, juanita Lee, of Mem- uiuiBhtcr, Mrs. Snnford Boonc, will I'his will be the ho Iday weekend leave tomorrow morning for Hot ?i lcsts ° n ^,11?,°° """' '' sswsraa; sf&Js Stttsana: ether daughter, Mrs. H. S. Cald- n V, C i. a visit of nine days here with well and •-children,.. hcr slslcl . Mrs . U Roy Iiuddlcston Miss Julia :Umbird left this nf- ml(1 f nm ii v -•-..., ternoon .for Augvisla, Ark., where. Mrs K ^ r \ s . KoonlK at -Fulton; she will spend tomorrow with liBr'Mo.. ims arrived for a visit of sey.- sir.'tci:, Mrs. :'R."'E.'''Gregory nnd crn j w ceks with her sister nnd family, nnd where j"she will be brother, Miss Ellen Bryan and Moss joined»by \ other 'members of the Brynn. family for.-tlie'day.": : ; - I Mrs. Mnry Greene and Miss Eliz•Mrs. j. ; ,lf.'^Vpniack: nnd Mrs. nbcth Berlin of. St..Louis have re Richard,-Puvnllj,:havc ' rcturueil to turned home after a brief visit here -eene aiu! Borum. • Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Huddlestor and two children will spend (he Thanksgiving weekeiv) In .Brinkley Ark-., ns guests' of his parents, and Mrs. A. C. lliiddleston Sr. Jmllic-antl Mrs. Doyle Hendersoi n,-,: ce urne ome ner a re their t home-invEquatlty,'J1I., nfter. with Mrs. Elizabeth Gr i\ visit 1 or'^.seYeral.'d^.S* hrm .wjlh Mr, anil iirs. Edgar P. B »,.-.-_.- ,,,;i",-,,_-.;.^..•;,,_• , >,_.. - ! . u\ visit' o.r':',,seYOral. dc.y- r - pprn .with Officers, directors 'and employees iv(i-s;! Alice •Woniaek^Mr.'nnd Mrs. of^ the, Fannqrs ' Bank fc Tviist R. g, ! ,. ; ^en, , : and Mr. find , Mrs. Jiffticc left Field, Arlx., ;nfter Hoom of Hotel sppiuling a 10-day leavo here with tors< Mrs ent, Mrs \V ull a"i ferryman and pres- Business'WoiTlfen x Me?^ A feature of- the entcrtainnient was thq Impromptu program par- Dr *Bti{W Nie? '^niertamed 12 IHimted.'In .iiy Ihc guests, and members of thf Business Women s (ollowin? dinner dancing entcrtnin- Oircle of Plr|t'Bap,i}slChurch last ed the group for several hours, night ft h er teR 1 '; V hen t wo v'si- -^— : — : ^— Burdette News . . > . , Miss Nola Lea Duncan, a, soplio- ^±^^^1™ l a l Kf: ""»•= n; Burrietle pigh School, was crowned , "Miss pur((etto" Hi" Frl- "ce walk anil nie by the senior ass • , - . , - rf • - John William Easley, senior class By ;Mff< Berryman, «ho pr^i^nt, prcsenle<l the queen niu " >""''™"' i '« 11 and by ' (hc 0 t hc '/, Urcc ^didates with " i««l g " ts "torn, the class, r^Hi ii Meinbcrs of .v. ,"' *'N '"» cl s™ 11 I" 1'lnn some so gav^ the clos- - - --•-••- • •'• served during the centers without disturb ng the outer layers and chop flue Conk the celery anil parsley in lie fat for a few minutes, then id ( i the bread crumbs, salt, pep- ;er and chopped onions.' Fill thc mlon shells with this stuffing and inkc in a moderate oven for about- j 30 minutes, or until the onions re tender. For a more hearty dish, chopped cooked meat or fish or .'aked beans may be used -in the stuffing in place of most of the jrciid crumbs. French Fried Onions Q or G medium sized onions 1 cup flour 1 cup milk 1 egg V. t. salt Col, Ruperto A. Kangteon, above, F|l(pmo jjuerullJ leader whose band had harasse'd the Japs on Leyte Island since 1942 ant) who supplied the Yanks with valuable invasion information, has been named by Gen. Douglas MscArthur as provincial governor of Leyle, Kangleon, 55, served with Hie Filipino constabulary and army for 28 years. ost Sponsors Cantor Boxes' Contributions To Pay For Christmas Gifts To Wounded Veteran? The Dud Cason post, American cgion Is sponsoring distribution, of 2 "Eddie Cantor boxes" In stores iroughoul the city where contrj utlons may be made' for Christ nns gifts to wounded veterans. The plan, offered by Eddie Cantor fter seeing many wounded veter. ns as rj'e entertained them, is Or -purchases totaling $2 each for Ifls to wounded veterans In or war. the locality in which the loncy Is given. It was announced that the gifts 'ould ba given to wounded veterans t Blytheville Army Air Field, bu o far as Courier News could learn liero are no wounded there am ionc arc expected.. In that event, the boxes will b( eiit to Kennedy General Hospita n Memphis where n number o voimded service men of this sec ion arc receiving treatment. Each gift box purchase so far n; jossiblc, will be madc'at.places o Nisincss where money- was given. Souvenirs To Luxora Woman Jap Bayonet Relatives of the Evans men eivice are receiving interestin ,:ouvenirs from battle fronts i witlely scattered parts of'the wprl One of the most attractive wa implements received was a, Jaj anese bayonet and scabbm-d- sei by Pfc. Sidney B. Evans to h sister, Mrs. Joe Miller, of .Luxor along'with various oilier'gilts. Thp Jnp. bayonet measured incites including the handle. He- nlso- sent «• paii : of- glov orn by Japanese soldiers, appar- tly for protection against,weeds id underbrush rather than for arm!h us they arc Innde of inki colored ducking In mitten yle, and a hand grenade used by IB • Japs against our troops, in ic Southwest Pacific. Pvt. Woodrow Evans, who rc- •ntly sent from Germany (he crmnn. army cloth to his sLr.lcr, 'rs. Marvin Palmer, sent an at- irlment of "battle souvenirs" to iibther sitter, Mrs. Miller. ' Packed in a sturdy knapsack, iade of finest leather, there were everal knifes, forks and spoons, II of which bore the t;watlska em- letn. Some bore the df.te "1930 1 ' nd others, "1940" and "1941." German Insignia, five belt-.buck-' es which bore German inscrlp- ipns, a light removed from a ierman airplane and n, key were noluded in the gifts. He sent his niece, Miss Joanna Clack of jAivorn, a ten pot from Germany, which she plans to use. GIFTS DISTINCTION —It's Smart to Slioii Al^ The Gift Shop Modem & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN Is mother, Mrs. T.:A. Merrill. He ns been stationed at Mather Field, ;nl|t. 'Mnj. J. M. \Vnlls, head of Walls lospitnl prlpr to cnleHng the Ari\y, returned yesterday to Jackson, Viiss., where he Is stationed nt Poser.. Gencrnl Hospital after having pent several dnys with Mrs. Walls iiul t\yo sons. He rcturnccl recently "rpin nine months 'foreign duty. . Mrs, R. R; Robinson and dnilgh- er, Mrs. J. E. Griffin, of Detroit, !ii\vo returned homo after n two weeks visit with Mrs. Robinson's aisl'er. Airs. R. C. blnckwell and Mr. Dlackwcll at their home at Ar- lu.orel. Mrs, James H, Koehler, who hns bcpn' niaklng" her home in Glenmore, Ln., while Pfc. Koehler wns slatloned there, has returned home to be with her mother, Mrs. Burford nt Rosclnnd, while Private Koohler Is in service. W. V- Dozicr ,of Llttlo Rock hns returned homo nfter n visit nt Ar- morel.wllh Ills son and daughter- Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomuision relieves promptly because it goes right to the scat of the trouble to-help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm,-nnd aid nature^ to soothe and heal raw, tender, iu T flamed bronchial mucous inem- _ ..... --- .. .. . branes. Tell your druggist to sell you and son, Charles, will spend the'a bottle of Creomulslon with the iin- Tlmnkbsjiving holidays In -'Jackson, j derstnndlng you must like the v;ay it Tenii., ns Biicsts of his 'mother. quickly nllnys the cough or you are Mrs. R. I. Haley, who is suffer-" to h^e your money back in» 'from n sprained bnck, is Im- GRFOMULSION prove,, today. She Is at her home VJ^^^VVV U 'R >t,!ii. at 1009 West Walnut. for Coughs. ChcsfColds, Bronchitis Last year the railroads handled , . passenger traffic nearly four times ,, ._, i.' ' . i , that of 1340, ami this year's trayel MlSS Workman Entertains 1 currently exceeds that of 1943. I Miss June'Workman, who often plays bridge with members of La Neuve Club, last night entertained. ,tha^ group at^her home on Cherry Street, when she alto'^raK hostess to two additional guestsi'Mrs. Robert Phillips and Mri Stephen •JJiurston * ~,,Hlgh score priz« In the bridge "games was won by Mrs-lor'' <4iapi- and second high B - *. M- Bojd dessert course was StJoseph ASPIRIN 1 -^ WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT ' Tiles,, : I)ec. 5 llirn Sun. I)cc, 10 night Matinees: Dec. 9, Dec. 10 AUDITORIUM Memphis Evenings and Sun. Matinee, S2.4iySi.80, §1.20, flfliv- Tnx Included. Matinee Sal., I)ccH, : $1.80, $1.20, 90c, (i() c — Tiix Included. Bos .-Office. Open — Send Mail Orders In. entirely new "SKAT8NG VANITIES^ Comimny of 125. New stars, cpslumes, new numbers, scenery. l.uvisli musical spectacle for all the family. Thousands li a v c Ihrillccl lo this enjoyable musical comedy. Hring the "'hole family—everyone will like ft. Get tickets curly for this MS show! Millions Switch TQ - Mutton. Suet Idea For Chest Colds ^y^-^iMfto't C 9 ldj' i, ,Ue»ni fKI««m «•-— Mirny inotJwrs all over Ameriee ' are'sUitc>|tti| to~thla Sdca-bf getting last relief fdi the_se chest cold / misenes, ,They are amply follov "^mp Grandma. f<y years she counted on mutton suet to help carry hei . horn? medication to ^o its paui-eas- ,- wi? -work on ner?« «pd? in the ebn No w^n^er BO mvy more now wel come Grandma'^ idea na improved : i by scienccsTrP.enetro, with its multi- f rnedicated" f Qrniula, m a base <;on' MODINGER-POETZ TIRE CO. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 101 S. FIRST Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems MODERN EQUIPMENT EXPERT BEAUTICIANS M Centinoom Shows Eyerj Day Box Office Opens 1:4 Show Starts 2:00 USXZN TO KLCW >JL iZ:45 ».m' t:1» Wednesday Deodmaivs Eyes with I.on Chancy it Jean i'arker Selected Short Subjects For yourself... or for ideal remembrances... Eileen slippers deserve TOP PLACE on your shopping list. These are the very styles you'll discover featured in your current issue of VOGUE MAGAZINE! Colors galore... in a brilliant array of adorable styles. See them... try on a pair. PRODUCED BY BERT GRANET DIRECTED BY RICHARD V/AllACE Scr««n flay by Photbe and H<nty Ephiori RKO RA01O Pittucc Paramount Xcivs ami Selected Short Subjects . , . aa counter^Jirita.nt and Bain-relie;V' ,. : fr,'When yo» spread .it, pp. and as ;,. $ »oowng »rom»tio yrhen breathed - "~ J — ' J •""•• ' '•"• sq .-, today feiiefro hurries er h«lp fe ^e old reliabU painful mis' SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers (ire nl- ifays fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert iedgners help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Berrlc* We Deliver Anywhcr* . 4»1 Mrs. J. EL (MM) WUllami, owner Glcucoc Rlilt. A E°«»«W| AETNA LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. FORD, Representative 206 Lynch Bid?, < v/e will be Opens each ()pcn> Bnnrtmj 1:00; SUrU 1:19 ('•ntlanom Shom Bftt. all day Jungle Woman Eileen sllpfei'i are QUALITY SLIPPERS every pair! so that our employees may enjoy the traditional Thanksgiving holiday. Unkmmb@aesf ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP t^-MONOGRAM PICTURE Selected Short Subjects

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