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PAGE TWO BLYTIIKVILI.E COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JANUARY li, 1915 Coming Events MONDAY Woman's Society of .Christian Servlw, First Methodist Church, meeting "at church [or business and program session, 2:30 p. m. Women's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, meeting In circle groups: Circle 1, Mrs. R, E. Van Hooser;. Circle 2,-Mrs. G. C. Hawks; Circle 3, Mrs. Tom W. • Jackson; Circle 5, Mrs. E. P. Hardln. Women's Missionary Union Calvary Baptist Church meeting tt Bits of News Mostly Personal church, 2 p. m. Women's Auxiliary, First Prea- bylerian Church meeting in circle groups: Circle 1, Mrs. J. A. Leech; Circle 2, Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd; Circle, 3, Mrs. J. A.,8aliba; Circle 4, MissiJane MoAdams, with Mrs. E. B. Thomas, cohostcss. Women's Council of First Christian., Church meeting with Mrs. Harry Brown; 2:30 p..m. TUESDAY Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs'. Dixie Crawford. Mrs. Farrls • McCalla entertaining Double G. Club. Club .Eight 'meeting' with Mra. Paul Jobe. x Business and Professional Women's Club meeting at Hotel Noble, 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY Mrs. Harry Klrby entertaining Wednesday, Bridge Club. Towri and Country Club meeting with Mrs: C. C. Langstori, Chapter "D" of P. E. O. meeting with B. A. Lynch, 1 p. m. A. D.1C. Club meeting with Mrs. Sanford. Shelton. THURSDAY . Mrs. R.-1,. T Banl!ter entertaining ' Thursday Contract Club. Thursday; Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. O. W. Affflck. Mrs. B. C. Rose entertaining Oc- tette Luncheon club. •Miss Virginia Martin entertaining .Thursday. Night Bridge Club. Mid-Week Club meeting! with Mr« W. L. Homer. FRIDAY C. B. p.,Cub meeting with' Mrs. C. J. Little. • Mrs. Boyc» , Moore «ntert»lnmg G. N. B. Ohlb. Conversation Prints L. R. Matthews of Varbro. has been dismissed from Walls Hospital where he has been undergoing treatment. Mrs. Mildred lintcman was dismissed, yesterday (ram Blytheville Hospital where she hits been undergoing treatment for several days. A. P. Dietrich Is resting well at Walls Hospital following n major operation which he underwent Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Diiiley ot Talluliih, La., returped home today! after having been called here by the death of her mother, Mrs. Mary B. Lcvan, Mrs. J. L. Newsom, sister of Mrs. Dallcy, accompanied Ihem home for n two-weeks' visit there. Mr. and Mrs. Mnrliin F. Driun- inon'd left Thursday afternoon for Torrance, Calif., where they will make their home. Upon their arrival there they will bo the guest* of Mr. r.ml Mrs. Jess Grenr for several days. Mrs. F. L. Husbands is spending several days at Tonopah, Nov., visiting her son, Corp. J. B. Husbands, an aerial engineer on a B-24 bomber, who is taking train- Ing there prior to going overseas. From Tonopah, Mrs, Husbands plans to go to San Francisco and Los Angeles before going to Mc- AUen, Texas, for a month's visit. Mrs._Rozzelle Jones and daughter, Gloria Ami, of Milan, Tenn., arc visiting her sister, Mrs. Howard Youths Banned From 'Hangout' For Vandal ism WEBSTER GROVES, Mo., Jan 6 (U.P.)-A group of 'tccn aged youngsters late, today formed a dlcoreanl/.e<! picket line outside the Toll House, I3ol)by Sox Bistro, to protest a newspaper advertisement by the proprietor informing their pnrenls the youths no longer were welcome/ . ' Jack White, owner of the estab- destroyer, llshmeiit, said In a pnld ad In the News-Times, "I am forced to denj' Hie .'.vcalled 'teen-agers' the hos- liltflllly of the Toll House In order that I might belter protect various items of equipment necessary to Die operation or my business," White complained ho dally lost spoons (at 35 cents uicIO mid that forks were so badly bent they were scarcely serviceable after being straightened, Glassware was dc- Mberately broken, he snld, paper napkins were burned on tables, nnd deep gouges cnvvcil in tables. White, whose restaurant recently was featured in a national picture magazine ns n "hangout" for bobby- soxcvs, said he would be willing to serve the youngsters on a "Murtcsy card" busts If they brought him letters from their par- oils guaranteeing to pay for any damage. guests of Mrs. W. R. Hodge. Kenneth Poff, pharmacists mate 3-c, son of Mr anrt'Mrs. M. F. Poff of Wilson, Is being transferred from San Diego, Calif., to Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Furnlss have moved to Memphis from Wilson. They plan on doing defense work CALVARY EPISCOPAL CIlimCH Osccoli) Thomas B. Smylhc Jr., minister Evening Prayer and Sermon, 7:30 m, Wilson high school teachers ^returned Tuesday after spending the Christmas holidays In their homes. Every half-hour In the day, U. S. steel mills produce more than enough steel to build and equip one • ; .»<!(«£• FIRST CHKISTIAN CHURCH It. Scott lialril. minister Bible' School, 9:45 a. m. Classes are conducted for nil ago groups. Morning Worship with the Lord's Supper, 10:00 a. m. Sermon topic, "Power to Become", All chinch fellowship supper Wednesday night, 7 o'clock. Wo give you a hearty Invitation o the work and worship of this church. CHURCH NEWS FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 8. B. WlUord, pastor Chujrch School, 9:45: a. m. U. S Branson, supt. -:'. Morning Worship, 10:65 a. m. Junior Fellowship, 7 p. m. ; Evening Sewice, 7:30 p. m. Choir .Rehearsal, Wednesday 7:30 p. in. Thursday, , is;the- crusade fo 1 Christ Rally : at Jonesboro. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES '.'•• Woman's Clubhouse • 1410 W. Main ''Gqd".is the subject'of the Les son-sermon which will, ; be read in all Churches and Societies of the DELI; BAPTIST CHURCH G. I). Magee, pastor Sunday School, 10 a. m. Allen Hardin, supt. Worship Service, 11 a. m. Sermon by pastov. B.T.U., 0:30 p. in. Mrs. Bertha Gill, director. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. in. Sermon by pastor. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. in. KIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, 1 pastor Sunray School, 9:45 a. m. P. J. Deer, supt. Morning Worship, 10:55 a. m. B,T.U.,.G:30 p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. LAKE STREET METHODIST PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHUKCI! D. G. Iliiidman, paslon Church School, 10 a. m. Worship Service, II a. m. W.S.C.S. Friday at Church, 2-30 ' AT FIRST SIGN OF A' State P.E.O.* Visits Local Chapters Mis. Geneva Coville of Paris, Ark., state organizer lor the P. E. O. Sisterhood, spent the past two days in Blytheville, meeting Thursday night:with members.of Chapter "D", and yesterday with Cliap- ter 'N". ' Fifteen members of* Chapter "N" heard a talk by Mrs, Coville Thursday night ,Tj,'hen they had a call meeting" at the home, of Mrs. C. Mrs.iEl^on Kirby and:Mrs. W, Hamer. entertained, 10 members of Chapter "N" yesterday nt the Kirby home for a luncheon, when Mrs. Coville again was a guest. A two : course luncheon was served at the dining table, where a shallow bowl of yellow rosebuds formed the .centerpiece. Mrs. Charles E. Crigger Jr., presided over .the brief business scs- iion ,whteh fallowed luncheon, and introduced Mrs. Coville who spoke to the group on her work. * « < Club Has New Member Burr, for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halnes returned last night from Port Myers, Fla., where they spent ft- week with their son, Pfc. Harry A Haincs, , who Is stationed at Buckingham Field. Mrs. Russell Phillips and daughter, Mrs. Robert Phillips and hei young son, Michael, left today for NaBhvllle, .Tenn., to spend several days with Mrs. - Russell Phillips' Bister, Mrs. Patli Knight and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Scott wcro called to Memphis today by the illness : of their daughter, Mrs. J. D. Turner of Memphis, who under- i shirtwaist dress this spring by tacking n sarong-draped skirt onto It, nt 'as shown on I he model at the right. BY EPSIE KINARD NBA Staff Writer NEW YORK. — Able to step out now with coats and to go their \ One of a collection of Joseph Hal- bright way alone through the spring port's Imaginative prints— this one nnd summer are town-minded suit ims black safety pins 'on a back- dresses and shirtwaist frocks which ground as pink as lipstick — the break Into prim with such "conver- ; shirtwaist top is combined with a satton piece" designs as safety jjlns, sarong skirt which wraps around, question marks and other amusing pulls through a black faille belt to motifs. ' swing like a handkerchief lodged Although patterns are- as a rule . at the waist. small-scaled for tailored prints — | Clever manipulation of print and whopping big • poppies and roses solid color fabrics -freshens Ihe ap- bloom more often on dressy, duds — peal of dress suits, as does the mod- back ground colors come straight cl, shown left, featuring a collar-' from the paint box in brilliant less string-tied jacketed dress in a . went an operation at n hospital. shades. well as watered down y^k Bright appeal is further clinched by Inventive treatment nt nnd w' l!te question-mark print, lines of which arc '.boldly em- went, an operation ai n nosym... thc , mnds - f (!esl ,. They will be there about two weeks. lnstanc lvc „ nbc ^ Mrs. W. P. Brewer has been removed to her home on Barficld Rond^ after having been a patient nt Walls Hospital for two weeks. Her condition Is slightly Improved, who, for phasfeed by a black crepe look to the sheathe and simulated gilet. hip [Keeping Up : With The Men In Service Put Chltmon of Blytheville, who Is serving overseas with a field ar- llllery unit of the Seventh Army, lias been promoted to (he rank of corporal. Corporal Chitmon has been-overseas for the past U months,-and members of his battalion were re- :ently presented pins by the French Army in appreciation of their won; throughout France. Pfc. Eldoris Pickett of Blytheville now is at' the Army Ground and Service Redistribution Station in Hot Springs, Ark. Veteran of 45 months combat duty in the Southwest Pacific, Private Pickelt returned to the States in November. Prior to checking in at the Hot Springs Station, he spent a 21-day 'furlough at his home at 220 South'18lh St., Blytheville. He will be in Hot Springs less than two weeks while awaiting reassignment to active duty. Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, Jan. 7, 1944. , The Golden Text is: "Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there Is none else." Isaiah '45:22. Among the citations .which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: "God that made trie world anji all things therein, seeing that he i.s Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples made with hands." Acts 17:24. Bates Sturdy, pastor Church School, 0:50 a. m. Tver- son Morris, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. Sermon by pastor. ; Youth Fellowship Groups, 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship, 1:30 p. in. Ser- moiV by pastor. • • Board of Education Tuesday night, 7:30 o'clock, at home of Tver- son Morris.' Church night Wednesday night, 7:30 o'clock. Pot luck supper and men's meeting Thursday night, 7:20 o'clock, with the Rev. R. S. Bainl, pastor of First Christian Church, guest speaker. us.666 Hold Pterniationa as directed Office Training Shorthand, Bookkeeping and Typing MRS. L.M.BURNETT 1010 Hcarn Phone 3270 BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street Sunday School, 9:30 a.' m. Rus-ell Baugh, supt. Morning Worship, 10:30 a. in. Rev. M. E. Wiles will preach. B.T.U., 6:15 p. m. Miss Sarah Prances Rowland, director. • At The Mrs. Boyce MOore became a new member of the G.: N. B. Club last night when the group met with Dismissed: Mrs Byron Nail. Mrs. William Cherry was also a guest at the party. • , In the : bunco games played during the evening, bunco prize was won by Mrs. Moore, high by Mrs. Hobert Weedman and low by Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp. A dessert course was served. • • * Mrs. Elkins Is Hostess Mrs. O." O. Elkins'was hostess to members of the C. B. C. Club yesterday afternoon when she entertained nt.heir home. High score prize for the afternoon . bridge games' was won b> Mrs. W.. 8. Lahgdon, second high by Mrs'.- J.'D. Smith, nnd bridgo by Mrs R. A. Copeland. The hostess served a sandwich plate with iced drinks. i • < • Mrs. Husbands Entertains Mrs. P. L. Husbands, who is visiting in Tonopah, Nev., as the guesi of her son, Corp. J. B. Husbands, entertained with a luncheon New Year's Eve at the Tonopah Club ' there. " t Guests included the 10 members of Corporal.Husbands bomber crew who are now taking their final phase of training before, going into actual combat. Christmas Day Mrs. Husbands spent with her son at the airfield, where he is an aerial engineer. Blytheville Hospital Admitted:' Andrew Mills, Osccola. Mrs. H. C. Hodge, city. Dismissed: Barbara Ann Prcwitt, city. Mrs. Mildred Batemim, city. Mrs. Dyer Garner, city. Evelyn Tonillnsou, city. Walls Hospital Admitted : Mrs. W. B. Howard, Dell. Mrs. J. E. Parrfsh, city. Mrs. Mclvin Clark, Cooler, Mo. • Marvin Barnes, Holland, Mo. t Mrs. Earl Leggett, city. Richard Lucas, Luxora. Don Aycock, city. Quick-Frozen Fish Is Delicious Billy Bixlcr, Lllbourn, Mo. Mrs. Ruth B. Dean, city. Kenneth Ray Baugher, Manila. Mrs. E. F. Russell, Peach Orchard, Mo. L. R. Matthews, Yarbro. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: ' C. M. Montgomery, Kelscr. Betty DcSpaln, Wilson. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted: Don Kent, Osceola. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Ann Phipps, Caruthersville, Mo. Pea/ Named Chairman Of Paralysis Campaign Elmer Peal has again been chosei as County Chairman of thc Infantil Paralysis campaign in Pcmisco County, Mo. He served as count chairman of thc campaign in tin county last year. The drive open Jan. 14 and closes Jan. 31. Wilson Society—Personal ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets Thomas B. Hmjthe Jr., minister Church School and Holy Baptism, 9:30 a.;m. Holy'Communion arid Sermon, 11 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kidd, minister Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Communion Service, 11 a. m. Vesper Service, 5 p. m. Pioneers, S p. m. WEDNESDAY Prayer meeting. 7:30 p. m.' Choir Rehearsal, 8:15 p. m. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Ira M. Bryce, paslor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Young Peoples Meeting, 7 p. m. Orchestra will begin playing at :45 p. m. • Evangelistic Service, 8 p. m. Radio Broadcasts Monday and Friday. 2:30 p. jn. Evangelistic Services Every Night, :45 o'clock. Revival is now in progress with Evangelists Bob Ashby and I. L. Fullerton doing the preaching, welcome to all. YARBRO METHODIST CHURCH D. G. Ilimlman, pastor Church School, 10 a. in. Worship Service, 7:30 p. m. W.S.C.S. Thursday :it Church, 2 p. m. CHURCH OF THE NAZAUENE F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a. m. Pastor will preach. Service for Young People, 7 p. m. Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. Pastor will preach. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting, 7:45 p. m. All services are being held in the Armory. Misses Wllma Jean Poff, Pauline Hodge and Jurline Barker visited Blythcvlllc, Monday night to be nth Miss Hodge's cousin, .Pfc. Maxcl Ford, who was on furlough ••islting his moiher, Mrs. Sallie Ford at her home at 905 Cherry Street. Pfc. Maxel Ford and Pfc. Harold West visited here Tuesday as MADAM ROSS Palmist and Advisor Gives true advice on all affairs of life. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED TRAILER LOCATED ON CITY LIMITS ON KWY. 18 FP"«I) lish fillets are stuffed with brmi Hakes fUHnf.! >}\ j, BY OAYNOK MAI) D OX : Roiled Stuffed Fish Fillcls , NEA Slat, 1 Writer (Selves C to 8) '; . Quick frczen fillets of fish, with Two packages tuiick-frozen fillet bran Hakes stuffing, make a full- of fish, thawed, or 6 to 8 fresh rovmded and delicious protein dish fillets, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, 1'i for the family dinner. And this tablespoons softened butter, pap- while fish recipe, from Jumps F. rlka, bran flakes stuffing. Gilday. manager of thc Hotel Syra- Separate fillets and sprinkle cuse in Syracuse. New York, will be lightly with salt ana pepper, welcomed b^ evciy housewife. sprinkle with lemon Juice. Place Villcl of \Vliitc Fi?li with ; bran flakes stuffing across center Mustard ISntl.-r i of fillet: press dressing together (Serve:: -; to C) slightly to hold shape. Roll as for Have skin and bones removed jelly 'roll; fasten .securely with | from 5 Ibs. of white fish. Poach tcolhpicks. Place in buttered shal- slowly In shallow pan of well-salt- low baking dish. Spread with sott- ed boiling water for 10 minutes, ened bultcr and sprinkle generous- Place on serving platter nnd pour ly with paprika. Vour about 2 ta- over the fish 2 tablespoons melted blespocns water nround fish and butter mixed with 1 tablespoon pre- bake In very hot oven (475 dcg. F.) wstonally with mcllccl butler. Bran Flakes Stuffing: One-third •:up minced onion, 4 tablespoons butter or fortified margarine, Hi tablespoons chopped parsley, 1 teaspoon salt.' dash of pepper , V, teasiioon sage, 16 teas|x>on poultry seasoning, Hi cups bran flakes, 2 cups soft bread crumbs, 1 to 2 tablespoons hot water. Saute onion in butter 3 minutes. Add parsley and seasonings and combine with bran flakes and brei'l cninibs; Mix well. Add water antl 'oss together lightly with a fork un- il thoroughly mixed. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help yen with your floral needs. Ph. 491 F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere Mrs. J.-if. (Mac) Williams, owner Glcncoc Blug. pared mustard. 15 minutes, or until done. Baste oc- Join Navy In December I Three Mississippi Cowntv youths were among the 20 from Northeast Arkansas who enlisted h'. &>.» JHvy through the local recruit'ai; _-'.:f*in during December. In addition to Leon Arthur Duclos, who already has begun service, Leonard Mullins . of Blylheville, and Marlin Pasco Snider of Luxora, enlisted. Read Courier, News Want Ads. Mississippi County's Singing Convention wmbeheUat 1 Riverside , MethodMt Church Sunday, Jan. 14, 2 p.m. 'Tlw 'I Send Even My Finest Damasks to Blytheville Laundry" No need to worry about thc impression your table will have on guests if you semi us your linens. Depend upon us for careful treatment of ALL your run- dry from heavy work clothes to your finest banquet cloths. Hear wr-i : Wallace Bassett -, . . Vaster Cliff Temple Baptist Church Dallas, Texas *> Southern Baptist Radio Network Station WREC—Memphis Sunday, January 7, 7:30 a. m. StJB.IF.CT: Dr. Wallace Basselt Trayer for a Stricken World' Outstanding speakers will be presented each Sunday morning through March 25. MUSIC BY BAPTIST HOUR CHOIR John D. Hoffman, Director Other Jannary Speakers Jan. M—Dr. M. E. Dotld. "Hitherto—Henceforth" Jan. 21—Dr. W. A. .Criswcll. (Successor (o the laic Dr. Geo. W. Tniclt) "Victorious Surrender" Jan. 28—Major Win. C. Tagsarl "My Fighting Congregation" r! The New year Hi Attend all the Services of the Church Sunday. A Cordial Welcome Awaits You at The First Baptist Church GfFTS of DISTINCTION —It's Smart to Shop At— The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gift* MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 3:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m, Saturday m with Tom Cbmvay and Moaa Marls Serial, "lllack Arrow" No. 10 & Short Con. Showing Sat'ilay 1:00 to 11:30 j Saturday ; MIDNITESHOW 1 Going My Way with Bhif Crosby and Rise Stevens Sunday and Monday Sensations of with W. C. Fielils and Eleanor I'owell Paramount News and Selected j Short Subjects j Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15 to 11 i Malinets Sat. & Sun Only Opens each niglil 0:45; starts 7 j Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 H Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at thc Itoxy. Saturday Volley with Charles Slarrcll and Jeanne Bales Serial "Raiders of Ghost City" No. 13 and Short Con. Showing Sal'day 1:OJ to 11:30 '> Snntlny and Monday A Wtmtafuf WARNER BRflSTWlWVr.'V '•' ' • with that 'Maltese falcon' (cam ; MARY AST03 • SYONEV GREENSTREET Fox News anrt Selected Short Continuous Showing Sun. 1:13 to

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