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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 3!)44 Coming Eyenti MONDAY' ' " First Christian Church Woman's Council's groups niee'tltU!: Faith— with Mrs. r J.. D. Davis; Hope—Mrs. Nathan Carle; Love—Mrs. L. A. Moore, 2:W P-m. : Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist'Church, meeting at church, 2:30 p.nC for Royal Service program. Woman's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist Church, circles inectlng: 1, Mrs. B. M. Matthews; 2, Mrs. J.. W. Aidams Jr.; 3, Mrs, Harry W. Halnes; 4, Mrs. Henry Humphreys; 5, Mrs. W. A. Stlck- mon. • Circle Two, Woman's Missionary Union, Calvary Baptist Church, meeting with Mrs. Clayton Orcer, 8 p.in., for Royal Service program. Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian Church, meeting 2;30 p,m. at church. Woman's Society of Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting 2:30 p.m. at elmrch. TUESDAY Double G Bridge Club meeting with Miss Maiy Spain Usrey. LaNeuve Club being entertained Ijy Miss Mary Adah Robinson. WEDNESDAY Club Eight -meeting with Mrs. Olio Scra)>e. . . ' . THURSDAY Mrs. O. W. McCutchen liostess to Thursday Contract Club. Partridge-Baxter Rites • Aherided By Many Guests Many guests .overflowed the chapel at;:B)ythevllle - Army Air Field last nigrit'ior the marriage service of Miss Jean Baxter, daughter of Mr. and-Mrs. Clarence M. Baxter, and Major Lewis J. Partridge of Blylhe- ville and Rochester, N, Y,, son of Dr. and >Mrs.' Raymond B. Partridge ol Rochester. The wedding vows were exchanged nt 1:45 o'clock with Chaplain George H. Marrs performing the rites. The wedding party, with Its feminine members dressed In inanj heautlful colors, had for the background an all-white decorative theme which harmonized with the vaulted ceiling. Tall fern trees flanked the cascaded wrought iron candelabara holding 'gleaming tapers and floor vases of gladioli. A program of nuptial music was played during the assembling o guests, who included many service men of the base where the bridegroom Is director of flying, and d vilian friends of the couple. . I,, T. .Moore Jr., organist, plnyec "Moonlight Sonata" and "To Ai Evening Star" before Miss Helm Johnson sang "Ave Maria" arid " love You Truly." Music of the Bridal Chorus frorr "L&hengrin" heralded-the weddin party, strains of "IJebestrauiii' companied the pledging of the vov, and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March was used for the recessional. The tapers were lighted by Mis Butoimc Jaggers and Miss Elots Housewives Here Now Have Use Of Community Canning Kitchen Milady tram the clly will have 5 well-stocked pantry shelves next •inter as her country friend, for I her disposal this summer is lie Blythevllle Community Can- Ing Kitchen, which Is the largest f four such kitchens In operation II North Mississippi County. Loaded with products from lo- a) Victory gardens and n modpr- te amount of Inlatlve, housewives ho take advantage of the kitchen may look forward to serving d?- tcloiis, low cost nutritious meal?, ilUiotit sacrificing precious ration lamps, or jarring the budget by raying high prices at the corner .rocery. And newlyweds or house-' vlvcs who have never tried their mnd nt the art of canning may troccss their foods, In as small ir large quantities as they desire, vith every expectation nf perfect esnlk, for the canning Is rione mder expect supervision and In- Iructlpn. Under the supervision of Freenan Robinson, Smith-Hughes ln- tructor at Blythevllle High School. given by Economics with Instruction Roblnr.in, Home eacher at the local school, Ihc :annlng kitchen will open Wednesday, June 21, and will be open ,wo days weekly, Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 9 a. in. to 4 p. in. When the canning season gels well underway, Uie kitchen will be open bur days n week at the same lours, with the days to bc an- laimced Inter. After the first five weeks, the supervision of the kitchen will be In charge of Mrs. Love Adams. Slmllcil Al I,. S. li. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson recently •etiirned from Louisiana Slate University, Baton Rouge, where they .hey attended a two weeks course n the operation of n community kitchen with special emphasis ilaced on the processing of incuts. The large canning area, located in the NYA building at the rear of the high school, Is equipped with the latest scientific canning materials. The equipment Is so placed that work is done in assembly line .style and little waste movement Is necessary. And besides working with the latest materials, the Banners are cool as the 35 feel by 120 feet canning area Is equipped with a large fan at one end, The only equipment" that canners must, bring is tlie'ir own prg diice, containers, oncl - I l6«'els or rags. Other equipment will be furnished. Although tin cans arc pre- «'lve* may have glass jars on hand which they wish to use, Mr. Robinson said, and these containers may be u.ied. Tin cans may either be purchased at local stores or at the kitchen, which is equipped wJtli several sealing devices for Ihe cans, among Ihem an electric sealer, Quid Unloading Large doors at eilher end of the building enable cars to bc driven to the kitchen and food stuff removed froin the car and taken directly lo one n! the three wash- Ing sinks. Then Ihc food is taken to the 12-foot preparation table and then lo the blanching bnth. A steam set-up Is used for blanching vegetables In order to retnln the maximum amount of vitamins otherwise lost In this process. The containers Uipn ore filled with the food, and Ihc cans exhausted under steam preMurc. The cans are r.eal- cd with either on electric sealer or n hand scalar. The cans are processed In one of three retorts, mammoth pressure cookers which hold 65 cans. A device lifts the retorts Immediately Into cold water, Insuring a perfect seal. Mrs. Robinson said that a large retort which will hold 310 quart cans Is expected soon. This will allow a whole beef lo be processed nt one time. /erred for canning, many house- announced. Safety Is Assured The cnnncr works In complete safely us considerable money mid forethought has been expended on safety devices. No amount Is too .arge or tco small to be processed in the kitchen, which will take care of cunning for TO families n day. Cans are marked before nnd af- ler sealing with a code number jlven each cnnner ns they enloi [he building so as to avoid on! lierson's cans gelling mixed with neighbors. And the' cans are later labeled. The majority of the equipment, for the community kitchen WA; furnished by the state vocations department, and was Installed by the Blythevllle chapter of the Future Farmers of America. The school furnished the building which may be reached from elthei Chickosawba or Sixth Street. The kitchen also lenluroo a i5 gallon sleam jacketed kettle for rendering lard, an ele:llc SMISIVJ grinder which may bc usel fo other meats nnd vegetables, ol stove for cooking, kitchen cutlery nnd '.' washrooms nnd:,n)iowers lo the convenience of the cnnners. The community kitchen is opei lo all nt no charge, the su\)»iviv Blylheville Couple' Weds Barnes. They wore formal frocks Ai f a rnn SKelKv Miss fashioned in an off-the-shoulder de rtl ^ am P -jneiDy, lYUSb. sign," with Miss Joggers In rose, taffeta and Miss Barnes in turquoise ' chiffon. Bandeaus of pink nnd orchid sweet peas adorned their hair. Mrs. Arhp R." Haberkorn, the former Miss Elizabeth Baxter, was her sister's matron of honor. Her floor length frock of Dresden blue faille was designed -with a scalloped yoke of chiffon finished Jjy closely fitting about the neck. The long bodice was shirred to a sweeping skirt. She carried a bouquet of pink Briarclifl roses and gypsophelln with I'inocchio roses tucked near the folds of the watching satin bow. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore n wedding gown ot c duchess white satin and mous- seline de soie trimmed with Chan- til ly l lace. The basque bodice of satin, with its lace yoke making a sweetheart neckline, and long, close fitting sleeves, was shirred to the flowing skirt formed by pnnels of satin and mousseline de sole. Her veil of illusion was shirred to a"coronet of tulle, on which was appliqued satin •' flowers, and she wore pearls. She carried a bouquet of yellow- throated purple orchids and steph- anotls showered with pulls of mallne and white satin ribbons." Lieut. Shepherd G. Pryor, of Blytheville Army Air Field and Albany, Ga., was best man and Major Gene E. Langan, of Blytheville and Louisville, Ky., was usher. "A reception followed at the Bax- ter.home, 426 East Davis, which had been decorated in white gladioli am carnations. The tiered wedding caki was surrounded with sweet peas nnd stock. to complete the all-white inolif. Miss May Dixon and Mrs. J. D Davis, cousin of the bride, prestdec at. the refreshment tables and the bride book was kept by Miss- Hope Whitworth and Miss Billie Damon. Major Partridge and his brldi. have gone to Memphis for s«vera days and upon their return wil make their home at 713 West Main .For traveling, Mrs. Partridge wow a Iwo piece frock, with a blouse o Green print crepe and white skirt ;md a corsage of orchids. " * • • ' Al Fresco Party Given For Eastern Star Group Members of the Past Matrons an P4st Patrons Club of the Order o Eastern Star were guests of Mi J.-A Saliba, Mrs. W. A. Stlckmo- and Miss Cora Lee Ooleman for m al" fresco party last night in th yard of the Dr, Saliba home. -The 22 present enjoyed entertair jnent and a brief business sessio after a supper menu was served. k ln a contest, headed by Mi_ Charles Alford and George. W. Bar - liam, the ','Reds" with Mrs. Alfor ns- leader, won honors. ;MJS. Alford, president, preside nver ,tlir) buil&eu session. . Oownr Nnr» want Announcement has iieen mode of e mnrriagc of Miss Ruby Baker id Staff Scrgt. M. N. Coney, which ns solemnized Thursday, June 8, Hntlicsbui'B, Miss. The rites were performed at the npel of Camp Shelby, where the idegroom has been stationed since s recent return from 31 months rvice in Alaska nnd the Aleutian lands wilh the'former Company unit of Blylheville. Sergeant Coney Is being trans- rrcd to Camp Hood, Texas, where e nnd his bride will make their ome for Ihe present. Mrs. Coney Is the daughter of Mr. :td Mrs. A. B. Baker of Anuorel. Sergeant Coney is the son of Mr. :id Mrs. E. G. Lovcll Bits of News ^Mostly, Personal with Mrs. pattereon resuming her wslllon In Jackson, after a brief stay here, while Vivian will remain until Sept. ). /Vomen Compete n Preparation Of Bandages Here Women of Blythevllle have begun new rivalry—Hint of competing 11 the preparation of bandage,; lo are for Ihe wounded men In arm- el forces. When more lhan 3000 bandage, vcre made by women v.'orking a lie Red Cross bandnge rooni TUPS- ay, others decided to best till: ecord. Tills resulted In 4018 being nade Thursday and yesterday 3ia vcre made by the n workers who vorkcd diligently until -I o'clock in an effort to make a new total. More workers arc needed dally it the bandage room, open dally xcepl Saturday, as the invasion ins caused a great increase in bandages needed, It has been polnt- •d out. Because as many ns 1000 bandages sometimes are needed to take e of one wounded soldier until ic fully recovers, it Is Imparatlve hat ninny thousand of these be ashloncd daily If the wounded are .o be properly cared for, 11 has )een pointed out. The bandage room is adjacent lo he Courier News office on Walnut Street, At the Hoiphali Walls Hospital Admitted— Blllte Glass, Rt. 1, city. Mrs. Charles Pleeman, Manila. Mrs, Clyde Martin, Caruthersvllle Mo. Mi-s. E. O. Adams, city. Earl Crawford, Rt. 1, city. Ella Sue Beasley, city. Dismissed— Mrs. Joe Shanks, city, June Workman, city. Blythevllle Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Lillian Dixon, Armorel. Harry Cross, city. Dismissed— Monroe Reed Jr., Osceola. Rny Allen Jackson, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— Winford Henry, Osceola. Elizabeth Cinnn, city, Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted— Vernelle Mead, Joiner. lay Day Held At Walker Park Here Yesterday Youngsters from the three white laygrounds gathered at Walker ark Friday afternoon for the Veekly Play Day, where they par- clpatecl in games, contests, and lays. Winners of the contests yesler- ay were the following: Quoits, andra Lunsford. Mary Jo Eaton, ionnie Sue Thompron; darts, Jharles Richardson, Thomas Prince nd Charles Phillips; washer toss. Jharles Richardson, Elmer Hich- rdson and Charles Phillips; cro- Itiet, R. C. Belknnp, Mary Jo ?aton. and Roberto Bracey. and >ean bag, group one, Charles Gall, Stanley Zcllncr, Pay Davis nnd he group two winners. Warren vlcClure, Jimmy Phillips, Charles rteadows and William Hughes. In he running broadjjump. Bennie Sentry won first. A. J. Bcok, second place, and William Hugliiv, won third. A group from the Central play ;round presented a play. "We Bc- teve In Furies.'' The characters were Maureen Norris, James Wctl- orook, Ann Wilford, Roberta Bracey, Joe Walls, Tom Walk, Ann Hindman, Ann Galen, Billy Edd Colslead, Freddy Gore, Carol Ann Bailey and Donna Sue Gore. The Walker Park playground group also presented a play, "The Mellerdramer." The players were Danny Cobb, Davis Cobb, Thelnia Jean Book, Martha Ann Po>l«- Wlmiibeth Buckley, Mollle Je:m Lee, Bonnie Sue Thompson Shirley Mae Book. H&ars Of Father's Death Just Before Wedding Dai Robert C. Toler, of Newark, N. ,1 and Dlythevllle, wns preparing fo !i!s wedding when he received tieu Lhnt his father, Frank C. (Fargo Toler, iiad dictl suddenly here lat last Friday. He and Miss Marie Doris Caelln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Caelln of Newark, were married Sunday at the home of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Oscar E. Bruunc, pasior of St. John's Lutheran Church there, i The bride is a graduale of Syracuse University. The bridegroom was gradualed from Arkansas State College and Is connected with Ihe Federal Telephone and Radio Corpora lion, Ncw- nrh. Mr. and Mrs. Toler are visiting in Atlantic City following their wedding service. Men In Service Sergt. Toimnle N. Dennett, Route 3, Is now stationed at the Overseas Replacement depot at Kearns, Utah. The son of Mr. and Mrs, A. E. Bennett, he has been In the Army Air Forces since December, 1941, having been,pNYipu'sly stationed nt Davi<> Manlhnri Field, Tucson, Ariz. Because 'if his high grade in aptitude tests, PvL J. R. Scott was placed In the Army Air Corps following his entering service a mouth ago, despite a curtailment of accepting men in that branch of the TheRev. S. B. Wilford, pasiorof First Methodist Church, will attend the Pastor's School nt Ilen- drlx college, Conway, next week. Mrs. Eugene Hood and Miss Mabel Hogan spent Wednesday and Thursday in Memphis where Mrs. J!ood underwent a physical checkup. Vlsilors In Memphis Thursday Included Mrs. W. A. DObyns, Mrs. L-. D Chamblln, Mrs. Znl D. Harrison, Mrs. Herschel Carter and Mrs. Harvey T. KldO. Charles Perry Jr., of Helena, Is guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry Sr. Mayor and Mrs. E. R. Jackson, their daughter, Mis.? Mary Lynn aii(j Miss Vei'a Goodrich went W Hardy today to spend several days Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen will return today from Sllceslcin nnd Charleston, Mo., where they attended lo business for several days. Miss Alice Whltsitt went to Jonesboro today for n brief stay before going to New York City where she will buy Fall and Winter merchandise for Miss Whitsltt's Shop. Mrs. Max Woolen and daughters, Florence Ann an ( i Maxim;, of Memphis arrived yesterday to visit Mrs. Wootcn's parents, Mr. Mrs. C. M. Buck, until Wed- icsday while Mr. Woolen Ls at- endlng to business In Texas. Mnxlne was n flower girl for the commencement exercises at Miss Hulchlnson's School where she and :ier sister are/ students. The H. C. Partlow family has ns guests for Ihe weekend Mr. and MM. H. R. Pnrtlow, James K. Pnrtlow and children, of Paragould, and H. E. Neblett of Morgan City, Miss. They came to be with H. 3. Parllow, apprentice seaman, of Snn Diego, here lot five days. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. R. Partlow arc his parents and James K. Parllow is ils brother. Mr. Nebletl, father of Mrs. Parllow, nlso Is visiting Mrs. Neblett before going tomorrow to Dnwson Springs, Ky., for 10 day.s vacation. Miss Lynette Tucker, who" attends University of Mississippi, Oxford, is spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker. Cecil Branson, who is attending Tulane University In New Orleans while participating in tiie Army program, is at home for a brief stay. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Branson. Gay Garrlgaii nnd Joan Trieschmann went to Little Rock yesterday lo visit Joan's grandmother, Mrs. J. D. Hale. Mrs. Rlchnrd Jones, the former Miss LaNelle Smart, was removed home yesterday in an ambulance from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she underwent an emergency oueration for appendicitis eight days ago. Her condition is good. Mrs. S. S. Patterson nnd daughter, Vivian Spurgcon, of- , Miss., arrived last night to visit Mrs. Patterson's mother, Mrs. W. T. Obmt, until Monday. They will go from here to Brevnid, N. C., CHURCH NEWS CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH . Osceola Thomas B. Sraythe, Jr , minlsten 11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon. \V. W. Prewltt will be In charge of the service while Die prJcst-ln- chargc Is teaching at Uie Diocesan Summer Camp. LAKE STREET METEIODIST CHURCH Ba,!es Sturdy, pastor, Church School, 9:50 a. m. Iverson Morris, superintendent. We are requesting all who can to bring flowers in honor of fathers, living or dead. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowship, 7 p. m. Evening worsklp, 8 o'clock. "Eternal Life," pastor's subject. Wesleyan Guild meeting Tuesday, 8 l>. m., at Iverson Morris home. Prayer meeting, Weednesday, 8 p. m. service. He now is at Shepjiard Field, Helena Area To Get Dehydrating Equipment HELENA, June 17 (UP)—Orders inve been placed for three dehydrating plants lo b c delivered to he Helena Chamber of Commerce's Agricultural division in lime for de- lydratlng next year's crop of nlfal- a. and perhaps oats and soybeans. The plants, costing approximately i60.flOO each, will be set up In Ihc Elaine community, atCounllss Cross uid in the MelUvood area. J. J. While, chairman of the 3hamber's agricultural division, said .hat Uie alfalfa dehydrating plants arc expected to pay for themselves 'in one year's operation. No difficulty was expected to be encountered in obtaining delivery of the plnnte next year, because they carry a very high priority. Terns, for a 17 weeks course In airplane mechanics and a six weeks course in gunnery. Mrs. Scott an ( i Ihree children live with their grandmother, Mrs. Prank Simmons, and fariilly, after having returned from Memphis where they resided several years. Receiving second high honors for the best soldier on the post is the record of Corp. Clarence Johnson stationed nt the Mississippi Ordnance Plant, Jackson. Miss., who won this coveted honor in a recent judging. Son of Mrs. C. E. Johnson, he has been in service n year. I Sergt. Robert Wade, who has been stationed at Brisbane, Australia, lias been transferred to another part of that country with the Army Air Forces. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth H. S. Baird, imlor Bible School, 9:45 a.m. Classes for all age groups. Morning worship, 10:50 a.m. "Old Sins Become Respectable" is title of the .sermon. Wednesday church service, 7:45 p.m. This will be a planning session for the work of the coming year. Thursday, 7 p,m., there will !» an all church picnic held In the park. All the members and friends of the church and Sunday School are Invited. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH George W Archer, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 t. m. James L. Booker, su.pt. Church, 11 a. m. The Rev. M, E. Wiles, assoclatlonal missionary will preach In absence of Ihe pastor. B.T.U., 7 p.m. Jim England, director. Church 8 p.m. Sermon by the Rev. Mr. Wiles. FIRST ASSEMBLY • OF GOD CHURCH Seventh & Ash Streets H E Suns, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m.^ Radio Broadcast, 2 p.m. C. A. Class, 6:45 p.m. Evangelistic message, 8 p. m. Revival service nightly except Saturday by the Rev. Fern Huffstutler of St. Louis. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIEN'TIST "Is the Universe, Including Man, Evolved By Atomic Force?'' is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in the Church of Christ, Scientist, Sunday. The Golden Text is: "Ttau, Lord, In the beginning hast laid the foundation of the earth; and the heavens arc the works of thine hands.' Hebrews 1:10. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hast formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou an God." Psalm 90:2. JiAPTIST CHAPEL Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Training Union, 0:45 p. m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. n. Wilford, pastor Church School, 9:45 a. m. U. S. Branson, snpt. Morning worship, J0:55 a. m. World Friendship Group, 0:30 p. in., for juniors and intermediates. Church, 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 8 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Broivn, pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. Training Union, 7:00 p. m. Evening Worship, 8:00 p. .m. IIS/ Continnonj Showi Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN I:M a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:S» PJBL Saturday ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets Thomas B. Smythc Jr., minister 11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon. Pfc. Louis S. Blampied will be In charge of the service while the prlest-in-charge is teaching at the Diocesan Summer Camp. RATH80NE f, %t:'.QC\i HollIHi NIGE1 BRUCE 0, Hoc I oi W«H«n S HOI1 VUHOH DOWJ4IKG Wit CAU SOKDtRGIURO ,>ii. !>.•.. « 5™ WAR LOAN Buy Invasion Bonds Spend what you save using Shibiey's Best .. Flour. Serial: "Alaskan Mystery" No. 9 and Short Con, Showing Sal'day 1:00 lo 11:30 where Vivian nltcnd Mary Gwynn Camp for Boys and Girls for n month while Mrs. Patterson serves as counselor. At the end of that lime they will return here Residents Of Mena To Aid Berry Harvest MENA, June 17 (UP)—Mena's entire population, from banker lo shoe shhie boy, has volunteered lo give on e day a week In harvesting Pope counties berry harvest. Residents of Mena agreed to aid in harvesting the crop, which will probably hit a peak late this month, in an effort to meet the farm labor shortage. Guy Gean's SKATING RINK Now Open For Summer Uig Tent Now Located Across From Nu-Way Laundry Afternoon and Nile Smtoiu Oh, HOTCIIll's liked botli near and far By sgldier, sailor, Wac and S|ur. The Gift Shop Modem and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting Cards Novellle.s A Gift For Ererjborlj Inrrara Bldf. Phone 3251 MOSS BRYAN HARRY'WILSON BAKER ' Evangelist Revival Continues Each Night at 8 at the Full Gospel Tabernacle Lily & Vine Sts. Blylheville SPECIAL SONG SERVICES— Orchestra Music Sunday and Monday ALTERATIONS! Come to Hudson's for alterations of all kinds. We have three expert seamstresses on duty at all times. HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier Mrs. Roy Mitchell will go to Memphis next week to consult B specialist. She will be accompanied by her brother, the Rev. H, C. Thompson. Switzerland has been manufacturing paper since the lirst factory was established at Basel in H40. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. 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