The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 19, 1944
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.PAGE TWO. u-; COURIKK NKWS Lindsey Is Bride Of James N. Smothermon The marriage of Miss Ruth Llnd- sey, daughter of Mr. arid, Mrs, Arch Undscy, to Jamw N, Smolhermon was quietly solemnized yesterday •afternoon,4:?0 o'clock, at the homo .'ot the officiating minister, the Rev. R. B. L. Bearden In Leaclivllle. The double ring cerefhdnj 1 was used. I Mrs. Elmer Lindsey, who served' as matron of honor and the bride's o)))y , attendant," wore a two piece suit of blue : ifool'with black accessories-and a cortag* of red rosebuds. The, bride woro a dressmaker suit of cobalt blue wool with fastening fashioned of antique sllper buckles., She, wore black .accessories nnd n corsage of purple-throated white orchids' and white rosebuds. , Al. Romano of Memphis, formerly of Blythevliic, served as Mr. Emoth- ermon's' best man. Mr. .and , Mrs. Smothermon left immediately /ollpwaig the ceremony [ov Memphis and other points before returning herd the latter part of the v.cek to make their home with his mother, at their farm' horrrt hear Armorel. The wedding .was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Llndtey, parents of the Mix /Method Gives Smooth Cake S bride, Mrs John fimothermon, the bridegroom, and sev- |"cral intimate friends , Mrs Smothermon was graduated i from Blyiheville High School shere 1 she served as football queen during her senior year. Since that time she has been employed in the office of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. , Mr Smothcrrnfm, who is thc son of the late John Smolhennon of Ar- 1 morel, is a prominent planter of | this community -and is active In civic affairs of the {own where he -now is serving «s president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Circle Meetings Ai' H VI Trree of the circle* of the woman's Society of Christian Scvvice of First Methodist Church met yesterday altern&m lor Christmas parties Circle One was entertained by f.frs Dan Dunkin at her homo nt 2 30 o'clock, when l!5 members and ' four visitors were present Mrs B A. Lynch concluded the year's study of the women of the Bible, giving a talk on "Mary, Mother of Jesus " "Following this a «>daj held Tihen members present .-., ----- I *"t ««n_i . v i u nuui ll tsil IlulK Of course you are making New 'add 2 teaspoons vinegar or lemon Years resolutions. How about dec- juice to 2-3 cup milk let 5 Unrii ding to use a new method of turn- .warm plncc for n few minutes.) ing out Devil's Food cake -- everybody's favorite. That mohuion 1 will insure many a pleasant party and familv meal * charmed gifts from Christmas tree, and New mix method makes smonlh'-lexlurtd devil's food calcc. By GAYNOlt MAHDOX NBA Stuff Wrller |. cjil up and Jiielted In 1-2 cup boll- Ing water. (To sour fresh milk, ,, or |' ' &1 ft , , , «horU>nln K Just '" dry to Wevll's Food Winner Cake . Have shortening at room tem. :rat toms pans, or two nine-Inch layer pnns . bro , wn s "8 i "--fw<:">B llirough *£ r . C ™°™ h !!""?' 1C "™ s '" ""'""' ' >C per^'^sc^Ze'r^: S.^ -•• «» nSi'u d.^ l ° niS Tah/X ST^S ~** ^ *""*"•" *» r wo ninr." n,h t ^, wEq " f ' <">P» l =- Add chocolate mix.ur, Weds Sergeant TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10.. J.< Bits of News Mostly, Personal Robert Purtlc, who Is employed In Washington, D. C., will arrive tomorrow to spend tlie holidays with Ills parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, John Purtle. He plans to return to Washing- tod about Hie middle of January. Jack Sallba Jr., has arrived from Cnslle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon, Tcnn., to spend the Christ,',/,} mas holidays with his parents, Mr. L.I 'J nlui Mrs - •'"c' 1 Sallba. Sergt. R. O. Burton, who recently completed n course In aerial engineering nt Boeing Aircraft Factory In Seattle, Wash, has reported to Lincoln, Neb., for reassignment after spending a 12-day furlough here with Mrs. Burton and their infant daughter, Hobble. Mrs. Ployd Hargctt, who underwent an operation Sunday morning nt Walls Hospital, is resting well'. Klie probably will be confined to the .hospital for another week. Mr. and Mrs. Kcllh Bilbrey and son, Charles, and Mr. and -Mrs. A. C. OWCILS nrc In Memphis today for tlie Plant To Prosper forum and banquet tonight, at Hotel PealKxly. Jllss Cora Lee Colemaii, Miss Manning of Forl Diitoiinc Jaggers and Mrs. T. R. Miss Wnlson arc In Memphis today and tonight for the annmil Plant To Prosper entertainment lo be cli- Mrs. n. A Myers. Fin., is the former ml= , Marie Abrnlinni, dauijliler of Mr ami Mrs. c. Abraham. Her mar --.-„- lo Sergeant Manning was "iiMd with n banquet tonight at solemnized Nov. 23 In Fort Myers . " otcl """''"•'•• where lie now Is stationed with the """ Army Air Forces, Mrs. w. P. Brewer has been ill at her home on Barfield Road for the past two weeks, sulfering. from in- !±J ) L^;_ G ™ y '.. M £ 6 - »«"?» T. Miss Elizabeth been visiting her Kidd and ° n M" ., four m °" t " S ' wl " lcn ™ '" 'he mornlns ehWBe for licr llome '" Sandcrsvllle, s mas carols played by Mr,. P. B. Roy Brantley Jr., fcr tie f n i „ ancrsve, Ua of the joy glfls lo ministerial relief where she will spend the Christmas' r™,iiin c ,.,!,„„ n n^ Start :lurc; j)(v -"-fi.sti.-Msia, a- sg 'a.-;™. lenst 100 full strokes per mlmtte inirman of ( when each member joy offering under a „ and beat 1 minute tongor Ccunl I o " k . «° , f """ Cr * " ny "*** F1 ° n " an ' W " D ls MmA ^ only actual beating time Or : Chrlstmlis trcc ln an appropriate University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa count hr-nHmr KirnVnc AH™,, „..™ f ™ OI1 y. . . hns arrived to spend the holldnvs , qnr. Measure Into cup 2-3 cup buttermilk or sour milk, I batter Into puns. n«kc in modernte oven (350 degrees P.) about 35 minutes or until doiie Inch pans, or 1 ;pooh vnnlllrt. Measure Into bowl fttoul ' 35 minutes c 1-2 cup vegetable shortaning. HBVCJ'O' 2 Kjimi-e pans, <„• with Mace cloth and centered with n » (l * ready 1-2 cup broken sugar, f Irmly i 30 mlm "" '<"' two 9-lneh layers. „ i nVBB ,. ed mlnieMn flanked with «<""• packed, 2 eKgs, unbeaten, a Spread your favorite boiled frosting,chrlstmns cnndlw In silver cnnilnl- Mrs - Rny Worthinglon hns been squares unswcctencil clipcolate, on tops mid sides of cake. nbrr., v;as proiided over by Mrs. n'l'iiiltccl to Memphis Baptist Hos- hns arrived to spend the „,„ thc program, a tea was with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam activities, assist- <iays as guests of the Plormans are r-ii by Mrs. A. F. Dietrich in Jl> ck Plormnn of Humboldt, Tcnn, charge. Mr. rind Mrs. Louis Silverbbtt and The refreshment table, covered (laughter of Trenton. Tcnn., and Mr. with n, lace cloth and centered with nml Mrs ' Leonard Strasbourg of Os- Have Meeting At Church Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Mct'hocllst Church afternoon nt the Christmas pnrty. Mrs. George met yesterday church lor a served by the hostess ^Guests at the parly includfd Mrs. liRhi n ,i r«rhm>if sesson, w, . . . » , J -' nodBms ' stu * C01 "™ leader, wcre HublT, also from W}th a work rj Mrs Christmas free ^rf--- M -circle c.,<,,,,, m ,,, Mrs. Alvin HufiTinnii nntl Mrs. Ebb Carson to conclude thc program. Daughter Born Yesterday Pfc. and Mrs. Joe Lipsey arc the •parents of a daughter born yestcr- ^.^.f,^. ^. t ,,^ opened the. diiy morning at the home of Mrs session with praypr,. and Mrs. O. i Llpsey's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S C .1 • PrvWi-c ciii.K. Kmiii-n i« n ,i nr Trnmincll• Dl Hitlf Mooii:, - . ;-.'. • The baby, their first child, liar been named Detty Carolyn. Mrs. Lipsey is the former Misr Celtic Trammel!. Private T.l'.wy wns assigned to overseas duty fr/fl weeks ago. Women's Auxiliary Meets Tlil'ty niembers of I he Women's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church met ye.sfcKlny iiftcrnoon at Hie church for a business and followed by a tibiT., v;as proiidcd over by Mrs. adniilted to Memph L. G. Nash and Mrs. Baker wil- l lllnl for treatment. son. k - , Stevens Johns, pe and of cake, nuts, coffee were served. Fvrnrs eluded the study book for the year. . Green, of the brief commltleo to be lu charge of the paid in the church. thc final q Dues were Heerr «'hosW rieeman was hostess !•> )fi members of Circle Five t .. tertfliniriK p,t a 1 o'clock luncheon ct hpr home i • Mrs S B WlUoid ewe a Christinas devotional and Mrs Pleemnn, cirr)« chflirman.'was presented with a pift from 'members, Tint circle al'O was announcer] ^s winner of the attendance prize for the year. Complimented At Shower Mrs J. P. Wruion was guest of honor yesterday afternoon 3 o'clock, ffhen 16 of her friends entertained with a surprise party and miscellaneous shower for her at the home of Mrs R. U Freeman A gaily lighted Christines tree \\ as a feature of the holiday decorations of the house,'while Mrs Vinson uas presented »ith her glfls in a large Christmas basket Later games v,ere played for several hours before a sandwich and salad course was served composed of Mre. R. H. Cnwlcy. Mrs. "!. M. Baxter and Mrs. Sturdy. After gilts had been served Baptists Mcel At Church followed, a ChrHmns party was j Christmas party, held In the Wonder Sunday School | Routine bu.'liic™ „•„!, unnsacicd Class Room, which had been up-, under the direction of Mrs Znl B Smf'll^ <U ,wV™ e i'!,,!, 0r ^!f,,,?! r i,","! Han ' lso "' president, when"' reports the, children's home in Monlicello, and on greetings sent to sll service •>•--- •-••-• • 11'-" men nnd college students fr.-jm amoiiij members, refreshments were,u, c clnirch. Plans also were i i! ' for the foreiEii mission and Bible study courses to be conducted early In the new year. Mrs. c. M. Gray wris in cltai-gc Mrs. Walter Blshoj) was program of the program on the topic, "Ever leader nt thc meeting of the Worn- Since Uclhlelieui," which portrnyw" en's Missionary Union of First Bap - , e n eehem, list Church yesterday afternoon nl one- In Nnrnrcth and one in Amer- the church. Theme for thc program lea, with thc slovy of each home o- " ----- . When Peace Shall Over All Thc Earlh Its Ancient Splendors FlinR." Tlie devotional was given by Mrs. H. H. Brooks, and Mrs. E. C. Brown we a discussion on tlie topic "The Way of Wnr". and Mrs. Prltzhis discussed' ~ Mrs. "Tlie Way of Peace." Lloyd Stlckmon gave Christinas rending. "Thc Happy Prince," and prayers were given bv Frilzius' Gilts . Were selected carefully to supply Die needs of everyone— from the friend you want to remember \\ith a nice but. inexpensive gift, to the lour- i - for whom you waul only the best. We were not afraid to buy heavily this Christmas— we knew there would be a gift shortage. As a result, while most stores arc practically sold out, we are still able to present you with full counters of gifts and toys. BUT HURRY! OPfN TIL 9 P.M. UHTIL CHRISTMAS FRIT Better Gifts And Toys For.Your Christmas!" , Iliree homes, one In Bethlehem, WEDNESDAY Town rmcl CounKv Club meetlnr ••«h Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Nf'-s. l.->uc No well enlertainlnr : nltitil Club. THURSDAY rvtrffo I.inielinon Club meetinr Hh Mrs Marvin Niinn. ^Tjr;^ Miirirprt [/>ii Hiilihnrd entcr- •liiiing Thiirsrlav Ni'iht BridKc Club —. petty officer 1-C t c ,, in the Navy, who has been on duty in the Pacific for (he pnst 14 months, hns arrived to spend Ills 30-day leave here with his sister, Mrs. Roy Brantlcy Jr., and his brother. Elliott Johns and Mrs. Johns. Richard Rose, a student at Tennessee Military Institute, Sweet- wnter, Tenn., and his brother, Charlie Nick Rose, who attends Columbia Military Academy at Columbia, Tcnn., have arrived to spend Die holidays with their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Rose at their home ai Roseland. Mrs. Pnnl Byruin enlcrtalninp ;. B. C. Club at. luncheon. . Al Trip Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. ,1. H. Cnudle, city. Dismissed: K. W. Chapman, city. iil.vthtvillc Hospital Admitted: Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Cnldwell. city, a son this mornln,, Dismissed: Sara Harriion, city. Mrs. Hoy Calvin, city. Mrs. nay McWIHinms and babv city. Memphis najtlisl Hospital Admitted: Willlnm Carney, city. 13. J. Clny. Osceoln. Mrs. Rny Worlhlimlon, city. Memphis SI. Joseph's flos'pital 'Venus Stages'Rare S/ioV ' Last Night With Moon Tile beautiful star ami crescent moon iu tlie heavens last night wns not of Christmas significance but has significance in the religious rites of Ihc Turks. Spine who saw the striking effect of the thin crescent-shaped moon With its f-icamiiiK star close by sought (o connect It with Christmas'. Actually, it was an eclipse of the planet Venus, ns a few believed, nnrt it occurred in n manner which'may not happen again in decades. Thc star burned brightly above tlie moon like the Turkish symbol of tlie Star nnd Crescent, then Venus dipped behind thc dark mass o[ the moon nnd tiic heavenly show Was over. AdmiUcfi: , Mrs. Minnie | Sawyer, Canilhcrs- , ville,' Mo. NEXT T/M£ /'ll MM M OF M? MR/ 9UY WAK SPUDS Will your cor wear cutthis winter? Government estimates indicate that 800,000 cars will wear out before spring. Better get your car ready to withstand cold weather now. Protect motor, chassis, battery, tires, gears and other vital parts with Sinclair-ir.e for Winter service, See your Sinclair H-C Gasoline Dealer today, Sinclair Refining Company Sinclair's Posi War Program: Beffer Products, Better Service Iii the'.Traditional Manner ; Masonic Group Names Officers For Next Year Led ;cc nci Mr, ITS im'Amoriciin tradition... this I ' [ilwii nucldiiii: and coffee . . .and no Chrisl.ujaK dinner would seeni comnletp.'tviliiout them. The t>!«m TmduiMK'pictiircd nbovc is us mouth- Vraloi'Jjirf.'iiH'.! delicious as it looks, You are.'fert'iln to likn Ilia: subtle Haver ucq'uiied by using collce for half the liquid the recipe calls for. Serve VfiiB plum pudding, 'with steaming 'cups of coffee for the perfect climax of any meal. But be sure to nialce that coffee #ooil. Use. enough fresh coffee' to make the beverage full bodied mid a real "parly" brew. Here' is a plum pudding that will do honor to your dinner on Chriet- mns Day. The flavor is particularly ploasiniiY. since coffee is an important and essential ingredient: The pudding will keen indefinitely in the refrigerator and a Ions time without any refrigeration at all — so make plenty white you are about it ! T ho amount called for in this recipe makes two medium-sized puddings or eight small ones. Here : is the recipe for Christmas Plum Pudding. It's tested, of course. l Ptun PutHing 1 pacV&ee secdlela pitied prunes raisins I cup candied 1 cup sliced figs orimgc ncfl 1 pup seeded 3 curs crumbed raisins or sliced day-eJd bread \ cuporunuti nr calmed fruit /-lice , i 3 CMP ground fiuet 1 'CUllSUJTJvV - cxcij we LI licatcn • , . ol flour 'I teaspoons Ball 1 teaspoon baking ytiwder 1 teaspoon < citinamoii nutmeg . Measure fruit and bread crumlis. into a bowl and add coa'ee and fruit juice. In a larger bowl, combiriesuet, sugar and beaten eggs. Mix and sift Hour. Bait, baking, powder and spices, and stir into suet-sugar mixture. Add fruit mixture, blend well and pour into greased molds to within 1 men of top. The uiixluro will •,? l!1 I Ee m ? !(l5 6i " ° lo 8 small molds. Cover iiglitly with 2'tliick- iiCBsess of wax paper tied firmly wiili string, nnd steam, the large pudding should be steamed 5 hoviV and the small puddings 2%, hours. At the end of the steaming period remove covers and allow to remain in uncovered steamer for about 16 minutes' until tops arc 'dry. Cool thoroughly, recover and place in refrigerator until ready to use. The puddings will keep indefinitely in the refrigerator, and a number of • weeks without refrigeration. Yield- There will be at least 26 servi'mra from the whole recipe. Holiday Carols Accornpahy Gift For Church Fund Members of the building commit- Ice of ': First Christian Church met Smidny night at the Inine of Mrs. L. L. Ward for a business session. During the evening the group i was surprised to hear Christmas carols being sung on the porch by women" of the church who ' brought-. in. their offerings -for the building fund, concealed In. gaily wrapped l\oliday packages, which, when opened revealed $700 which they hrtd;.-;rais"ed toward the fund during the past-year. Later .Mrs. Ward served hdr, gnest.s refreshments. Dealers Attend Meeting Farm: implement dealers of Mississippi : County have returned from Memphis' where they attended a three-day nieeling of the ifidSouth Implement 1 Association. From plytiie'vlllc'.went L. o. Nash. Glenn Harrison ;ind W. H. Hoi- combe and Osceola went Fn- bor WWUUuwt Ixmis George. Employment Office Head Transfers To'El Dorado Herbert W'hltelieaU, manager of the U. S. Employment Service since 1938, 1ms been transferred to the El Dorado, Ark., office for a similar position. Thc position here will be filled by J. M: Cleveland, who has served as assistant manager for three years. Mr. Whitehead, who left .Sunday, began his duties .yesterday at El Dorado: " . ' • -He will be •joinedplater by his family,. ,•- '. • " •; ' •• & feat Way , Jo relieve stuffiness, invita It's wonderful how a little Va-tro-nol up each nostril rclieves'stnfty transient . congestion. Also relieves distress of lit'ad colds! Follow directions tnfolder. NOL ANTIQUES Marble-ton tabtcs-SWc Chairs-Bric-a-brac Biiifabic For AH Occasions. ^:} LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP ;Hwj> fil South r hon( , • Music to suit every mood , . . every musical tasle. Piano music . , . Organ music . , . Congas ... cm infinite variety from which to choose is presented h ffia Now Victor Popular ^Jbums. Their attracJivo colorful decora- tire covers and musical content" mnko tfiom gems for your record library. Pay us a visir today and BoogtC-Woogie Piano select your favorites. . . MUSIC! 8 fro The Bar -Albert Ammons' 1 Smartly Styled Music in Smartly Styled Albums APPLIANCE COMPANY COS W. Alain , Phone 2071 H. R. Aikln will serve as worshipful master of chlckasawba Ige No. 134, F. & A. M., hftvlng n elected to that position tn a neeling held last week at the hall. Aikln succeeds Dewey Gentry has served during the past, 'ear. with'' Other olficcrs elected to serve him include R. A nerryman lor warden; Max Parks, junior roen; Max Lo^an, treasurer; R. Blaylock, secretary; E. R. jnck- i, senior deacon; Paul Pryor, jun- cleacon; Te:l King and William Berryman, masters of ceremony; "'tis Shepherd, tyler; O. N. Haw- Ins,, chaplain; Dewey Gentrv •uslec. Joint Installation services with members of the Order of the East- Star will lx held Dec, 27 at hall. ern the Joiner Man Wounded Pvt. Richard Akle Jr., of Joiner !ins been wounded in the Central Pacific area of operations, it has been- announced by the War De- liartmenl. • He/Is son of Mrs. Martha Aklc of Joiner. C--666 Gold Preparations as directed GIFTS of DIST5NCTION —It's Smart to Shop At— Thte Gi'?f Shop Modern A Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shows Every Day x Office Opens 1:45 Show Starfs 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN i:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday Joel McCREA- Betty FIELD «n Harry Carey • William DEmat est w.m.n ml Dl,ni>< b> PRESTON STURCES \ Selected Short Subjccls ^•Matinees Sal. Jt Sun Only Opens each ntglil 0:45; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Start* 1:15 Continuous Shows Sett, and Sun. Bargain Night Every Ni s ),i E.vcejit Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at thc Roxy. Tuesday & Wednesday TH t: BIGGER THEY CO/HF... \H\HARDERTHEUAU.., Selected Short Subjects

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