The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1945 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 3, 1945
Page 2
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iv- • PAGE TWO RLYTHEVILLK COURIER NEWS Coming Events THURSDAY ' Octette Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. Edwin Robinson. •Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club. E. M. a. Club meeting with Mrs. Dan Miller. Mrs. Aubrcv Conway entertaining Mld-Wcek Club. FRIDAY . Chapter "K" of P..E. O. meeting with Mrs. Elton Kirby with Mrs. W. L: Homer, co-hostess,' 1 p.m. Mrs. W. a. Eastburn entertaining Initial Club. C.B.O. Club meeting with Mrs. O. O. Elkins. G.N.B. Club meeting with Mrs. Byron Nnll. Dorcas Class oJ First Baptist Church having business meeting at church, with Mrs. J. W. Dolen ' as hostess,' 2; 30 p. m. Out-Qf-Town Visitor Complimented At Party Mrs. Russell Parr. entertained 1C guests last night in special compliment to her daughter- In-law, Mrs, Russell Haynes Farr of Ashrtown, Ark., who is visiting here lor several weeks. ' • ' . Included among the lour Ubles of Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn English and daughters Connie and Calhryn, left yesterday for their home In Wliortori, Texas, nfter n visit with Mrs. English's parents. ,Mr. niu) Mrs. Qebrge Mulr and family. Mrs. 'English and the children had spent weeks hero and were ed for the holidays by Mr. English. Staff . Mrs. II. w, spout the Christmas holidays in Halm, Mo., with her parents, Mr ond Mrs. 0. E. Dlnklns, before going to St. Louis for n brief visit with her sisters, Mrs. H. T. EYxlds and Mrs, Nonn.ii) Marsh, mid Inter to Alton, III,, where she was the guest of another .sister, Mrs. Hobart Rca. Mr. nml Mrs, K c. Nichols and son, Jimmy, of Kalnmazoo, Mich,, nrc visiting here as guests of (heir Granddaughter, Nan Nichols Miller, find Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Miles Miller. Mrs. Cornelius Mocllngor and daughter, Miss Maudlc Modlngcv, nnil tlielr liouscguest, Mrs. Cornel- Ins Modln^er .Ir., of Mori>anflcld, went to Memphis this after here as the guest of Mrs. Vllale and her mother, Mrs. Mae Auten, Miss Wheallcy accompanied Mrs. vitale home after she Imcl Silent several days in Jonesboro. Mrs. G. S. Barnes left today for Tampa, Fla.. where she will spend several months as guest of Miss Jean Maguess. Mrs. J. R, Turner left today for Oldeon, Mo., where she will join Sir. Turner, to make their home. Miss Mai'lada Simmons of Jackson, Miss., is spending several 'days luciuura umuiig HIE imir inoies 01 here ns the guest of Miss Lnis Elcli bridge players were members of La land her parents, Mr. and Mrs Loy Neuve Club and Mrs. Stephen.Eld,. M is s Simmons and Miss Eich Thurston, .Miss Martha Frances nre rcommnte at Gulfpark College aunt oeigi. mm mrs. n. w, "y,, wem u> Memphis this after- Stettler left last night for North-i noon where they will meet Mrs uinberlnml, Pn., to spend 10 days. Mrflin<?ov's mother, Mrs, Joseph Miss Betty Jean Whcatley of Hodgson w hn is returning home af- Jonesboro Is siiendlng several days tcr an extended visit witii relatives hr>rn ns Din m,n«( r.1 **.-* m.,,,,1, . | n lIOUSOll, Texas, fllKi NCW OrlCBIlS. At The Hospitals Stevens,' Miss Marjorio Warren, Mrs Garrard Caudill, Mrs. Worth D. Holder. Mrs. Richard Jones, Mrs. Gene Tea ford, .Miss Nancy Hughes and the hohoree. Hed carnations were effectively arranged throughout the entetnln- »ng rpoms of the house, where handmade snow men y,ere \iicd for tallies and favors. Prizes were awarded Mrs.. Mclvin Halsell for high score among *,,„,., „. u. rasey ,ir, who is ex- club members, to Mrs Teaford for 5 peeled to arrive today or tomorrow high among the guest*, ;.n<i Mrs.!after 13 months overseas service ^J pre ^. nt * d tt" 6 Wt M honor:with o lc Army Alr Porccs ', n t , irith a gift. : Iniila-Chlna-Burma war theater. QulfpoH Miss. Mr. nil,) Mrs. E. L. Gean have returned to their home In Laurel, Miss., after a visit of two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Charles C. Jackson and family. Mrs. K. c. Quackcnbush of Detroit, will arrive tomorrow night lot a visit with;.her parents, Mr. and *frs. L-. C. Posey. She is coming especially to be with her brother, Jr., who Is cx- Lieut, at pl»t« with-coffee was ' ' of the * • • • Entertains Bridge Club All members of the Tuesday Bridge Club attended the-paHi- gher] for the group yesterday afternoon by Mrs C. E Crigger Jr., wh6 entertained at her home on West Walnut Street High score prize for the afternoon . .; to Mrs Max Reid and second high to Mrs W, O. Higginson. A dessert course was served. Officers Are Elected X5iss Mary Hubler again \vlll serve r 'as president of the Wcsleyan Scr-, ? aml 'y- y viic GuilcT of First Methodist "MT.vind Mrs.-Joe Carncv return- Church, having been rcclected toi 041 last "WU from Memphis Bap- that office in a meeting held last wnsniini •,,,h».« >.- Mrs. • William Young and dau'gh- holiday visit In Jonesboro wllh Mm. Young's sister, Mrs. George Stickler and family. Mr. and Mrs, Harold A. Mcdlln will leave Monday for PrescoU, Ariz, Where they-plan to make their home because of Mrs. Mcdlln's ill health Tlielr daughter, Patricia win remain here with Mr. Mcdlln's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thomson who have been making their home in Osceola for the past several months, have relumed to Blvthc- ville. Staff Serpt. and Mrs. William McCaughey left last night (or The lilies, ore., where they will spend a three week's furlough with his family. Ul>f)if.'vlllc Ilnsnilnl Admitted: Raymond Wilson, city. liaby Leslie Anderson, city. Freddie Taylor, Huytl, Mo. ' Dismissed: Mrs. Walter Chllton, Hayll, Mo. Walls Hospital Admitted: C. L. Jennings, Stcelo, Mo Henry Martin, Luxora. Mrs. Vclrca Ray. city. Lois Eski'ldge, city. Mrs. nilly Mitchell, city. A. P. Dietrich, city. Dismissed: Mrs. II. K. Clark, city. Memphis. Methodist Hospital Admitted: Mrs, Stella Franklin, Stccle, Mo. Mrs. Clyde Rhoda, Caruthersvllle, Mo. Memphis Duptlsl Hospital Admitted Frank Young, Wilson. Bridf/es News Miss nuby Loonci 1 of Tymnza was ihc weekend guest, of MLss Virginia Bow.en nt Double Bridge?. Mrs. J. o. Kcndrlck has received a message that her father, Mr. Wnrdlow of Slircvcporl.La,, who Is EO years old, fell and broke his hip on Christmas Eve. Mr. and Mis. M. H. Kodgcrs hud ns theh- guests for the Iwlldnys Mrs. Rogers' sister, Mrs. Helen Hicks and her (laughter, Babe, of Memphis. Mrs. Ben Permciitor has returned from Stccle, Mo., where she spent 'lie holidays. Mrs. H. G. Wright Sr., spent 3hrfstmas and tile New Year's Eve n Memphis as (he guest of rein- Men In Service. I'vl. rtcne Ocorge, 27, lias been r.warded the Combrit Jnfantrymjiii badge for participation in combat nrnlnst the enemy with Lieut. Gen. Mark CJark's Clh Army In Italy This badge Is presented Infantry- rohlfers who proved fighting ability in combat, Overseas three months, he has been at the front tlncc arriving. « • « A-c nennett B. (Dick) Wilson sou of Mrs. B. B. Wilson, of Bly- thcvlllc, has successfully completed basic flying training at Stockton Field, Cnlir., and Is now taking ud.- vimcccj training at the same Hold as the llnnl steps toward the attainment of his silver pilot wings. Gas Ration Coupons Stolen In Memphis MEMPHIS, Jan. 3. ((JP)-Ofrice of Price Administration spokesmen sny ration coupons for 1000 gallons of gasoline, wero stolen from the office hero Monday night. District OPA Director W. C Manlcy Jr., says It was the third time robbers had attempted to break into the office safe. They were unsuccessful the first two attempts. Manlcy says the coupons had already been used, and warns gas dealers to bo on the alert for slightly discolored coupons. He says the tickets had been pasted on gummed sheets and will probably have to be water-soaked to remove. .ivc.s. Billle 'Sherron visited his mint night at her home. Miss Hubier are Mrs. O. E. Qiiell- inalz. vice president, Miss Entopia Whitworth, recording secretary; Mrs A N Williams, corresponding sccietary; Mrs Shields Edwards treasurer; Miss Deisle Stewart, reporter. • Mrs. s B WUford served as installing officer. Twenty members attended the meeting. . Refreshments were served during the social hour which followed the business session. * • »Club, Guest Entertained Mrs W. K Francis of Tuscaloosa, Ala, houseguest of her parents, Mr and Mrs Tom A. Little plajed bridge with members of the Double G Club when they met. last night with Miss Frances Little High score prize was won by Miss Mary Spain Usrey and second high by Mrs John Uppitt. $.$ dessert course was served. Meetings Chickasawba Lodge No. 134 p & A M ml! have,a special meeting, tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock at the hall At this time the masters degree will be conferred, It was announced by H. • B. Aikcn; worshipful master. Poor Digestion? 3 5 Headachy? na Sour or Upset? aa Tired-Listless? aa yote f - , Mr. Carney un„-., -. .. t . ,™uic. • lerwent n major operation n days Other officers who will serve with aeo nnti w ller e Mrs. Carney remain,!„ t,..u, .. _ ,_ _ .. n rt with him. His condition is siil- stnclbry. Creckmore Wright, who is sta- :icneO at O.vforrl, Miss., with the Mississippi State Police, and Miss Florence Mni-lci- of Corinth, Miss arrived this morning for a few days' visit with his mother Mrs J W. Wrlilil. and his sister, Miss "Inry Sue Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Capped(jr and FOIIS, Oliver Jr.. r .nd Earl Pride, were expected to return today from New Orleans, where thov sttended the Su»ar Bowl game. ' A. P. Dletrlcli was removed f Walls Hcsnititi veslcrdav for trcnl mpnt of a kidney ailment'afte? having been ill at his home Ir Pride Subdivision for the past several days. Mrs. j. C. Hart ot Morrlllon, Ark is visiting here for several days nr the giiest ol her sister, Mrs. J. D Bnrksdale and family. Mrsi John Smolherman Is spending a month with relatives In Kentucky. Mrs. Paul Mahon hos returned after an eight-day visit with relatives in Missouri nnd Illinois. She of Little Rock and uncle, Mr. rind Mrs, Cecil Wright of Double Bridges Community over thp holidays. Bingo Games Tonight Members of BAAP's Non-Com- •ntssloned Officers' Club and their •nicsls will participate in BiiiRo ^mes In the club rooms of the it'Sanlzatton tonight, Master Scrgt. ''ic Torncllo, preslderjt, announced • odny. Play will begin at eight and will ••mtintie until 10 o'clock. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulslon relieves piomptlv because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you i bottle of Crcomulsion with the un- •lerstnndlng you must like the way It luickly allays the cough or you arc .0 have your money back. forCouahs, Chest Colds. Bronchitis from SWLE Here T s One of The Best Ways to Help Build Up Red Blood! rr erefore,you must increase the (low ' , tncrosac this flow quickly— fcs; And, better. ' 8idl to TERMINIX TERMINATES TERMITES Don'l rely en makeshift niethods of (ermlle control. Let the world's st termite control or^nlia- protect y« against costly Free Impectioni »n re- BRUCE TERMINIX CO. of E, L, Bruce Co. MEMPHIS You girls and women who suffer from simple niicmia or who lose so much during monthly periods that you are pale, feel tirctl, weak, "draeecd out"— due (o low blood-Iron— »,, S i a ™ ( o^e-try Lydla Pinkham's TABLCTS-onc of the greatest blood- Iron tonics for home use you can buy to help build up red blood to give more strength and energy—in such cases. Taken as dlrcctcd-PliiMiam's Tab- Ids is one of the very bcsi homo ways to get precious iron Into Hie blood Just try I'mkham's Tablets f.iithfiilly for at least so clays. Then sc c if you too, don't remarkably benefit Follow label directions. Pinkiiam's Tablets are mil imrth trin. All drugstores SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS ^FLOWER SHOP PI, Mi T ; r J lD - Scrvice We Deliver Anywhere II). m Mrs. J. M. (MAC) AViUtams, owner Glcncoe Bldy. LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. FORD, Representative ZM Lynch Bid* Select and Clean Fish Carefully ! . Stuff fish, wrap snd bake In BY (iAVNOIl MADDOX NEA .Stall' Writer With supplies of fish In cnltl storage one-third higher than last year, and fresh fish comini; in normally, American homes can enjoy fine fish dishes without ration points and without uurtset strain, it Is being shipped all over the country and any housewife anywhere can get it any time. Here are valuable hints for maklni; fish taste good, gathered from noted American hotel chefs and food advisors. Avoid waste by selecting fresh fish; gills should l;o red. scales adhere closely to the body, eyes bright and bulging, flesh should be clas- tic and firm to touch. Fresh fish sink.? in fresh water; If it floats do not use it. Wrap fresh fish In waxed, parch- tlic new aluminum cooking foil, ment paper, or aluminum foil and keep In tightly covered container in refrigerator until time to-use. Overcooking: toughens fish. Cook long enough to fluked easily with a fork. It Is easy to crumb scallops or other fish.. Just put the bread or cracker crumbs in a bag. add bits of fish, which have been dipped in beaten egg, a. few at a 1 time, and shake vigorously. Fro/en fresh fish should be allowed to de-frost naturally. If it is necessary to hurry it up, allow it to soak in cold water (never use hot water) just until defrosted. Over-soaking spoils flavor and texture. | J. E. Kohlcr, chef of the Hotel Utah, Salt Lake City, though far | from any sea coast, frequently serves fish dinners. Here's his \VKD;NESDAY, JANUARY 3, recipe for sole. Fried Pilot of Sol$ (Serves C) Two Ibs. filet of sole, Vi cup Hour, '/j teaspoon salt, 1 cup bread crumbs, I egg, slightly beaten, li cup milk.> Wash fish and dry on clean cloth, Season with salt. Dip in flour, shake lightly, then dip In egg and milk mixture. Roll In bread crumbs. Fry in deep' fat about 350 deg. F. for 5 to 0 minutes until golden brown. Serve with tartare snnee, catsup or mayonnaise. Receives Porpfe Heart Mrs, Norvel Humphrey has received a Purple Heart Medal awarded her brother, Sergt, Max E. Briley for wounds received Nov. 20 while in action with nation's Third Army on the Western Front, , Sergeant Briley, who has been overseas since May, now has recovered and Is back In action, according to a message received by relatives. Mrs. Briley and their child are making tholr home in Savannah, Tenn., while he is on foreign duty. Legionnaires Meet Routine business was transacted by members of Dud Gown Post,-of the American Legion who met last night at the Hut. Commander J. L. Terrell presided. FLUORESCENT BED LAMPS Complete wllh Alaida C. K., 11- wall tube. Finished in bromi or ivory, $6.95—Tax on Tube Included Ailrl SOc.on Mail Orders. The Wray Williams Co. 21 So. Second Memphis 3, Tcnn. 1 DRESSES include woolens, crepes, corduroys, 'jer-' seys, velvets, in one and two piece styles , . . Made by Martha Manning, Carol King and other nationally known -manufacturers! Regular 14.95 Dresses Regular 12.95 Dresses Dresses «'4.£gu!c3i < 7.95 Dresses .... 6.50 Dresses Every Fall Coot and Suit In The House .Office Training Shorthand, Bookkeeping- and Typing MRS. L M. BURNETT 1010 llcara 1'honc 3379 WANTED Your Old Featherbeds Will pay SI> fo $10 each for full size goose or duck grades. l\'e will arrange to pick up j-our beds. Write: Infornnlioiial Products Co. 1-111 Lunar M-o, Memphis, Tcnn. GIFTS of DSSTfNCTSON -It's Smart to Shop At— The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gilt* MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office, Opens ] :<15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 1:00 a.m. 12:!5 p.m. 4:30 p.m Last Time Today Marine Raiders with Pat O'Brien and Ruth Hussy Selected Short Subjects ALSO World's Championship Football riay-off—Green Bay Packers vs. N. Y. Giants Thursday and Friday fo M.-Uinces Sal. A Sun Only Opens each night 0:45; starts 1 .Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal, and Sun. Bargain Night F.very Xight Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Koxy. Last Time Today Rhythm ivilh Ilclty Hulloii anil ICddic Ilrnckcn Selected Short Subject Thursday and Friday Double Feature ', [a COIUMXA PICTURE U.KI m Also < . wt m m» in WARNER BROS! {/Z*\ \ Chiller-DillDr Hit! ^^f X I 1 CRAIG STEVENS . ELISABETH FfiASER ' JULIE BISHOP • FRA^iK'AUCOX • HUTH FORO ' v.-uiteuT. Di, w ,JtyBEN STOLOFF : Screen f!,y ly »n!r,3r., CStmtl *ni Rlyn«n4 ' Jeiirack^ Buej en a Pl»x b/ Rulut King j

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