The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1944 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 14, 1944
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY-,';JUNE 14, 1944 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) 1 COURIER'-NEWS Weds Soldier At San Antonio Mrs. William T. Dotts of Snn Antonio. Texas, Is Ihc former Miss Mildred Esther Richardson, danglilcr of Mr. und Mrs. Charles Necdluun of Blytltc- villc. Tier miirria(;e to Prlvale Dotts was MolL'timl/ed Juno 1 in Sun Antonio, where lie is stationed. Serve Cherry Bounce For A Tasty After-Dinner Treat Bits bf News! Jtostly, Piersonal Younger Sets Entertain With Bridge Club Parlies Although many of the bridge clubs have ceased their weekly parties during the Summer, others are continuing their usual games with two groups of the younger society set meeting last night. The LnNcuvc - Bridge Club today has a new member. Mrs. Jack Chamblin, .following a - party last night when Miss Eugenia Crawford was hostess. Mrs. Chiunblin recently returned here to live lifter having made her home In Los Angeles, Calif. Playing last night as guests were . Mrs. Chamblin ami Miss Belly VBrooks /Isaacs, who is spending the "Summer here from University of Arkansas, Fayettcville, where she a senior. Lilies and red roses formed an effective arrangement to decorate the living and sun rooms where tin, two tables were arranged. Mrs. John R. McDonald and Miss Mary Adah Robinson won defense stamps for fust and second pri/e and Mrs. Chamblin received stationery for high among guests. A dessert course was served b> the hostess, assisted by her mother Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. .Mrs. Albert K. Taylor cntcrtalncc the Double G Bridge Club whci Mrs. John Lippitt and Mrs. Willarc H. Pease also were guests. Garden (lowers, in mixed shades added a colorful note to the living room where the hostess served n lies sert course at conclusion of the games. Defense stamps went to Miss Frances Little (or high and Mrs Pease, second high. * • • Lake St. Women Attend Program, Social Meeting The 18 .present, at the program and social meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist Church Moiulnj /Afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clra 'l^upe. heard Mrs. Bates Sturdy give a program on "Songs For Rural Mexico." bhe was assisted by Mrs. Allen Van Winkle and Mrs. Iverson Mor vis after she had given the dcvc- tionni and Mrs. W. L. Green and Mrs. A. L. Reagan had offered prayers. Mrs. George Stilwell and Mrs !'j[>e were hostesses in the social hour during which an ice course was served with cake. The refreshments were enjoyed in Ihc living room made gay with colorful garden (lowers. Adding to interest of the occasion were three visitors, Mrs. Mary Thompson, Mrs. W. C. Walkins and Mrs. Harrcll Cavasher. Al Fresco Parly Planned For Eastern Star Group Past Matrons and Pnst patrons of the Eastern Star Order will be « itertained with an al fresco snp- r party Friday night at the home Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba when Mrs. W. A. Stickmon and Miss Cora Lee Colcman will b e assistant hostesses. The affair Is to begin al 1:30 o'clock. » • • Episcopalians Attend Supper Party In Osceola The supper party given by the Calvary Episcopal Church guild of Osceola last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Glariish in Osceola was attended by 25 members from Blythevillc and two ronr Armorel. The 40 present had been Invited o an al fresco affair in the benu- iful yard of the Gladlsh home, vith the large trees to serve us L background for the tables ar- •anged (here, but rain fell to make supper served indcors. 'Cozy Kitchen: Cofneir; At the Hospitals . niylheville Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Woodiw Fills, clly. Mrs.-j. S. Webb, Luke St., city.. Tommy Cruse, clly. Dismissed— Mrs. J. O. Kohvyck, city. Alice Priest, city. Walls Hnsriilal Admitted- Freddie Winfrai Veacli. Marilln. Miss Zulu Brveans, Rt. 1. city. Mrs. W. H. McDonald, city. Mrs. William Reagcn, city. Mrs. Grace Ncely, Manila. Dismissed— Mrs. Allen Holt, eachville. Jimmy KcnneU, Lenchvllle. Daniel Moore. RL. 2, city. Mrs. Leo Douglas, Holland, Ma. iHtimrihis Baptist Hospital Admitted- Mrs. D. A, Gibson, Cnriithcrsvllle, Mo. Vernon Englchcart, Dell. Serve Hoi Cherry bounce for eala June meals. Smart Style Stretchers 11V GAYN'OK MADDOX NKA Staff Wrilcr Cheri'y Iwuncc isn't n dance — It's n dessert. Make it of fresh, canned or frozen cherries and then celebrate. • Hoi Cherry Itouncc (Serves -I lo (!) Pudding: 2 cups enriched flour, 3 teaspoons baking- powder. 1-2 teaspoon salt. 1-4 cup (niick oats. !-•! cup' sugar, 11,2 teaspoons .grnlccl lemon rind, 2 tablespoons fortified margarine, I egg, 1 cup milk. Sauce: 1 cup cherry juice. 1 1-2 tablespoons cornslardi, 1-3 to 1-2 cup sugar, 1 tablespoon fortilied margarine, 1 tablespoon letnon juice, 1-4 teaspoon uhnond extract lif available), 1 cup pitted, sum- red cherries. Sift, measure tlour. Stir in oats, sugar nnd lemon rind. Cut in margarine until it disappears. Add to milk and stir until blended. Add to dry ingredients and mix very lightly. Add half of cherries to dough, if desired. greased 1 quart Tlurn into well •ninnies. While pudding Is sleam- .nu. combine cornsttu'ch, sugar nml cherry juice, adding water |f necessary lo make 1 cup. Cook unlll thick am! clear. If fresh cherries lire used, cook In sauce slowly 10-15 miiuilcs. Add margarine, lemon Juice anil almond extract. Serve hot with hot pudding. Here's a bran muffin recipe using lard. Ilrun Orange Muffins One and 1-4 oups slneilded brnn, ; 1 cup milk, 1 CBI!, 1-4 cup melted lard, 3-4 cu|> (lour, 2 tablespoons sitenr, 3 leiispoons baking powder, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1-4 cup orange marmalade. Combine bran nnd milk; let stand 5 minutes. UeuC egg; tvdd with lard lo bran. Sift together flour, sugar, baiting powder mid Bait; add lo bran. Pluce 1-2 of Ihu batter in greased muffin pans 1111- inK 1-^ full; top each with 1 teaspoon orange marmalade ami (111 pans with remaining batter. Hake In hot oven 1400 degrees F.) 25 mln- mold. Stciini 45 ules. Makes aboul 12. Legionnaires Plan To Attend District Meet Members of Duel Cnson Post. American Legion, will fittcnd a meeting of the Fifth District group at Marion Sunday with cavs lo leave from the lint at 0:30 o'clock. it was decided in a meeting last night, at the Hut. Purchase of a $1000 War Bond makes a total of $12,000 this group has bought since the first drive to lend money fo the government. Dr. VV. A. Gr:nmielt, post commander, has been invited to si- lend the Boy Scout camp at Cedar Valley, Hardy, because of his interest in boys' work, it was announced. Plans were formulated for an Open House July Fourth when picture show and other entertainment will he provided for all members. Joe Saliba, one of the representatives sent to Boys' State In Little Rock, at which he was elected nayor for the highest honor pas- sible there, gave a report. T-TAT and bag matchmafes give a limited wardrobe the variety it = needs. Trudy Marshall's striking' style-slretchinfi duo of rose, green! and while striped colton—which steals the scene from Ihe star in, the film "Ladies of Washington"— ;ulcls zing lo the simplest^basic dress or dark suit/ """ will mean much lo his school work and future life, he told the group .11 emphasizing the importance of the knowledge gained. State Survey Planned For Crippled Children LITTLE HOOK. June 14 <U.P,) — The Arkknsas Asr.xlation for the Crippled is going to make a stato- wide survey of Ihe 'educiitlniiijl: needs for-'cripplcd children.- :•>.{ The as.soe[atlon's bonrd of directors, meeting at Little Rock yesterday, voted to Itvunoh a campaign for providing educational facilities lo crippled children Ihroughoul Ihc state. The assoclu- tlon would provide education tlirough 21 years of age lo all crippled children in the slate— cither at bedsides in hospitals or through providing transportation lo and from schools. The Ivmrd also agreed to set up work projects for crippled adults in an effort to make such persons economically independent. Chapters of Ihe association have already been set up in 12 countlM Mrs. Ollbi'st Hummock arrived ye.stmlay by plane from Las VCKUS, Nev., to vlsll Mi 1 , and Mrs, Ham- inoek Sr. Qi>ini'iuil llmnmork hns been (ransfcru'd to Orenler Field, Manchester. N. 11., and Mrs. Ham- moek will remain hero until ho receives his orders, at which time she expeels lo join him. Mrs. E. u. Mason left this afternoon for Washington. D. C,. whuro she will visit her sister. Mis. Tul- botl Hamilton, and Mr. HainlK.-m, for 10 days. Mr. nnd Mrs. l-Yccmim lioblnv.'ii have relumed from Union llmigr, Lu., where (hey took a special course al Louisiana Slate University for two weeks, 'nnd New Orleans, whore Ihey visitml for several days. Itolli nvc nu'mliiHs ol Ihe niylhevllle.lltish Srlwnl faculty with Mrs. Uobinsnn (eacher of home economics and Mr. Robinson Instructor of vocational aiiiinilliirc-. Jonn Jackson, diiujjliler of Mr. and Mrs. T. !•'. Jackson ol M.-MC- lionse. Mo., Is .spending Hie wei'k here as guest of Chiirli'.s UuigsUm 111 al his plantation home, lie uirl his parents will motor .loan Iwine Saturday for a weekend stuy there, Mr. and Mis. James Hill Jr., Nil's. E. li. Thomas and llnrnmn Taylor went lo Hardy yesterday fora picnic eiven lasl night by llic Mannnolh Springs division of Arkansas-Missouri Power com)«u>y ol which Mr. Hill is president and Mrs. Thomas nnd Mr. Taylor are employes. KlljeK Iliilhurni went to Memphis KKluy lo consult his specialist afler having been .stricken wllh an ailment which ha.s affected Ids eyesight. Mrs. Huffman IKTMII- ] inn led him. Midshipman John Oliver Coppedge. who attends the United Sliiles Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., arrived tills morning f.'U 1 a visit, with his uncle, Oliver W. Coppedgc, and family. Gwendolyn Lltllelon. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Littleton, Is visiting ji'lnlliTS in Malvern, Ark., having gone there two weeks ago. Mrs, Joe Pride Jr., spent loday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. nusscll Phillips mid family have as their guesls Mrs. Phillips' sister, Mrs. Pattl Knight and her ilniigghtcr, Mrs. ,1. M. Halley, and son, Joe Calhoun Halley of Nashville, Tcnu,, who arrived Friday. r-fMvs. Rupert Crafton and children, Mary Sue, Rupert Martin and Pamela, and Mrs. Crafton's mother, Mrs. Tom F. Martin, returned Monday from Annapolis, Md., where they spent, three weeks as guests of Mrs. Grafton's sister. Mrs. John Bishop, and Lleiitcndanl Bishop. While away they visited brlcflly In Washtiiglon and Baltl- Coming Eventi ( ' a, ' 'THURSDAY? "/> «-4f< ONE,-"Club meeting f 'with Mrt.'V O Blonkenshlp. Mrs O W McCutchen entertain- ft ng Thursday Contract-Club.- <••» •)><• C & N. Blrthdity Club meellftg"/* wllh Mrs o S Baggett. "- rl -* ••"*• FRIDAY Friday Luncheon Club meeting' with Mrs. \V. M. McKenzie. Mrs Layfelto May entertaining 1 WOClub. ' . , \. ,,,-> Mrs Alex Shelby entertaining C B C Club «•, Mrs J A Saliba, Mrs W, A, r,. Sllckmon nnd Miss Olra Lcc 'Cole- > man entertaining Pnst-Mntrons arid.*,"u Past I'alroiiB with nl fresco sup- •' 'i at Salllji home, V30 p in Caribou ears "Ma* West' ,' Each hair of a caribou's coat In n little (HUH filled wllh 'nir. When , .swimming, the animal stands far f out o( the water, und even .wheiu,. shot docs not sink. , IT your, hltchon is loo Imv foi comfoil, subsiding ,i spucc-savinn ~ breakfast b.n vvilh dish inbiiu.( snppoils mid H sol of sltiols, such us iirii shown itbove, for the 'table iuul chilli's which lake up so much more room. The cloch-studcied \viill mlt'iov- uol only adds lo the Illusion of space but brluhlens Ihc kitchen by rolleclini; light lo ctark-i 'or corners. _"7;/ _".~ ". -.-. f.a^t ' ^.^ . .', ( to visit,their son, The Rev. \V. Pi Oooley, n ml family und Mrs. lien- ley, who will accompany them, will 80 pii. to Willow Springs. Mo., by truhi, lo visit relatives for, n week. Mrs. II, C. Thompson Sr,, after hnvhiK •boon In Slloam Springs for the .pusl wuok, Ims cone in Mlnnr- :il,oils, Mhni!, where she Is allentl- ins the General Assembly of the Nj/ninie chuveh. She plum to be there LI woek. n'll A. M. tomorrow night, 1 II) o'clock, at Ihe' hall. The Master's Degree will l)e 'confined. Meetings There \vlll lie of Chleknsinvbu Lodue No. KM /.Y^U WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM., HOT HASHES H you Mirror from hoc flushes, vvi'nk iicrvoun Inlnljlo (oolliliiB, nro n bll blua'Al Umc.i—duo la tlii'funo- tlonnl ViuliUllo-uiii)" ]>trlod iiccullflr to womoli—try'Lyilln E. I'liiklmnra VCHdtnltlo Coiniiuuuil to riJiicvomtoli BynintoiiiH. // hcliu nattircl Follow lube) ilLroctlonn. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered Blwaya. Our (lowers »re nl- ways frnsh, and all work Is guaranteed to pleaw. I*t our export designers help you with, your lloral uecUi. ^.FLOWERSEOP . Sente* . ttl Hn. 1. M. (HM) VllUun*. mer UICBCM Bl<(. more. Lieutenant 7Mshop. who has beoh taking a special course at the United States Naval Acudcmy after havlnir been In foreign srrvlcis, expects to return to foreign duty next ir.">nlh. Russell 1'hillios Jr.. is ill at his home, 1000 Clileknsawbu. Mrs. W. M. Robinson nnd ehll- <lrcn, Susan nnd "Robbie" of St. Louis arc Riiests of Mrs. Robinson's mother, Mrs. A. M. Butt, for two weeks. A. E. Harper, who hns been trnlVc III at his home on Franklin Street, is much Improved. Mrs. irnrrell cnvashcr Is able to b e up after several days Illness. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley and Mrs. Mary Wilton Henley will leave What he learned by carrying out i Ncviula, Montgomery, Independence slate and city government activities • anil Greene counties. of the state. .They are • Pulaski, Friday for vacations. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hradley, Union, Columbia, Scbas-, Coo 'ey arc going lo Slloam Springs Han, Criilglicnd, Garland, Tiomie, | Premium Wheat Fine Milling EQUALS Shible/s Best FLOUR - - - The flour that needs fcss shortening! • Delicious Foods — Reasonably Priced! MARTIN'S CAFE Specializing In Delicious Steak Dinners Special Plofc Lunches Real Southern Barbecue Sandwiches—Cold Drinks BRER ON TA1> AND !N BOTTLES JOHN FOSTER, Manager I'tione Jiss! Received New Shipment Of DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights ,9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful - Blue Room '6f t the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 65c Incl. Tax SPECTATOR PUMPS $5.85 We hove just receiv- ed a new shipment of Eisenberg Originals. Shop our Windows. Miss Whihitt's Shop Guy Gcan's SKATING RINK Now Open For Summer liitf T«nl Now, Located Across From Nil-Way Laundry Afternoon und Nile Sessions MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP IM 8. Pint Phono 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Frenlni» fly Appointment I III/ Continuous Shows Every Day ' Bo* Office OpenH 1:45 'Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KtCN l.riL 12,45 pm. 4:U p Lust Time 'Today'. , - . . '•.-:'• ln'Old"'Chicdg<B ullh Alice Tuyc and .Tyro'iiB i'ower '" Spleclcd Short Subjects './;,: Thursday and Friday. "TH^ "See Whnt's New At •WhitsiltV* I'arainoiinl News anil Sulueleil Short Subjects ROXY! Statin CM Sat. & San. Only r Opens each nlglit KM; starts ; I 1 ' 1 '•'• Openi .Sunday 1:00; Start* 1:15 "" Contlnnons Shows Sat. »n4 Son. nirjiln Nl s ht Ever; NUbt Eznept ' Saturday. • * • No pane* honored on Bon4»y 'M ''^> Ihe B«y. l^nsl Time Today Klondike Kate willt Ann Savage & Tom Neal Sclcled Sliorl Subject Thursday and Friday JOELMREA VERONICA LAKE Fktui* vdik Robert Warwick • William Demarest Margaret Hayes • Potts; Hall Franklin Pangborn • Eric Elm t,P(est(in Sturges. Selected Short Subjects

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