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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 20, 1944
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fAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) I COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1944 First M. E. Circles Hiye Study Meetings Discussions of the study course for the ijear and reading of the message' froin Mrs. Jarrtes Hill Jr., presi- denlj \o! the Woman's Society of Christian .Service, jesferday afternoon featured circle meetings ol the Pnsl Methodist Church group Mrs, B. M. Matthews was hostess to circle One'which had 10 mcin- beis,'.rneinber and three visitors present.; A .discussion of the theme."Qutet Tallcs on Prayer", was given by Mrs. It W. Wylie ahd lilrs B, A. 'Lynch used "Esther" as her subject In presenting the devotional is ' Women of the Bible" Is the topic for de\otlonals this ytar. The new member was Mrs. Glenn Ladd and- visitors were"Mrs. Prank Bell ot Memphis, houseguest of tho hostess; Mrs. .Hplcomb/ihouseguest of Mrs. Ladd, and Miss Marguerite Matthews.' Circle Two met ; at: the hoine of Mrs. J, W. Adams Jr., M'lieirthe nine mernbors present-heard Mrs, Adams present the devotional and study on , the same theme; Mrs.- Harry vy. Hafnes and Mrs. E. A. Craig entertained Circle Three at the" Halnes home when •!! attended The study was given by Mrs Halnes Circle Pour met.with Mrs. Henry Humphreys when .the nine present heard Mrs.H. L. Harp give the study, TheV meeting of Circle Five was . ft I tended by Mrs. Hill who closed Ihe study (with prajei after ,Mrs Wll• Jin'm Wyatt had presented the study and Mrs.-.Pre'd Flceman had offered prayer.- There were 10 present. Circle; Six, mot al/ the home of Mrs Toby Long v,li«n four members attended The study was gnen by Mrs 'R B Stout Refreshments' 1 wore all meetings .in the social hour'which followed the program. i »•.-.* Home Missions Studied By Presbyterian Gioup With "Our Work Here and Now" as for the Home Missions subject of the First Presbyterian Church Woman's Auxiliary yesterday afternoon, i Mrs. E. R. Lancashire was leader of the program at the chuich attended by 27 members Delegates to the young people's >.amp .conference at Fern Cliff ga\e reports of their weeks trip They were Charles Leggelt, Helen,Fiin- ces Buchanan and Jinirnie Lancashire, In the busmen session, presided over by the president, Mrs. Znl B. Harrison, Mrsi Dixie Crawford was selected vice president to replace Mrs- K. B Wiser, resigned Plans were mndii also for giving a "woman's touch" to the church building with members to meet next'Monday morning, 10:30 o'clock for this clean-up project In presenting the program, Mrs Lancashire »«£ assisted by Mrs G W Dlllahunty who gave the dc- lollonal, Mrs F D Joyncr A'lio presented the music, Mrs. Mru'vey T. Kidd and Mrs. Jesse M. White. The three, educational institutions of Arkansas, Arkansas College at BatesMlle, the Vera Llojd Home at Monticello'am! Caddo Valley School for Boys nt Norman, Ark, were discussed bj Mrs Kidd, and Mrs White spoke on The Real Objectse of, Home Missions" An offering y,ss taken to be given to home this state Mid-America Studied By First Baptist W. M. U. Countries of Mexico, Panama and Central, America "were studied by members of the First Baptist Church Woman's-- Missionaiy Union in c Royal Service .program jesterdny of- ternoon at Ihe church with Mrs. Murray Smart as leader. 'Hfs Mighty Acts In Mld-Atnor- ien" was the subject with the lender giving the introduction, Miss Cordelia wilhlte told of Mexico, Panama and Central America; i Mrs, C. R. Wroten of "His Mighty Acts In Mexico" nnd Mrs. E. B. Woodson of Panama nnd Colombia. The'devotional was given by Mrs. Alvln Huffman who used the theme "The Righteous Judge" and Mis. Walter Bishop olTcred prayer. Mrs. Worth Holder snug "Eslre- llta," accompanied by Mrs. Smart, The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Bub Carson. * * • Wesleyan Guild To Meet ,Thc Wrslcynn Guild, Luke Slieel Methodist Church, will incel, nl the home of Mrs. Hrtrry Taylor tonight, 8 JO .o'clock,-Instead of at the hoipe of Mrs. Ira-son Morris, as planned. Study Course Given At!Christian Circles Members of the Woman's Council, First Chiislltin Church, yeslerdny afternoon heard discussions of the year's study course. The Fnlth gro)ip met nt the home of. Mrs. J. D. Smith when the book 'Christian Living In the Homo" •Hnywowl, was finished hy Mrs. George W. Bnrlmtn. "Just For Today" was the theme used by Mrs. . N. Beck for the .devotional. The study "The Distant' Triumph Song" from the book "Through ringedy to Triumph" Basil Matthews, was given by Mrs. B. F. Brogdon Jr., at meeting of the Hope 3ronj> when Mrs. Nnthnn Carle wns lost ess. Mrs. ,1. Cecil Lowe gave the devotional "Tragedy nnd Triumphs Jesus." The Love Group met with Mrs. . A. Moore at the home ol Mrs, E. Green when the Rev. R. S. Biilrd, pastor, reviewed "Paul's Se- :rct of Power" Uollln H. Walker, mrt "The Power Through Pmyei'- rlandlcaps-Great Hope." "Heavenly I'reasures" was the subject of the devotional given by Mrs. Moore. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs: Richard Yarbro and Mrs Addlo B. Hoiichins. Refreshments were served (luring' the soclnl hour of eneh group. Boys and Girls To Learn Tricks Of Commandos A course In commando tactics lias been added to the Blytheville Playground Program, the Association announced today.- Instructing the boys'and girls of all ; ages in the course will be Mike Mcroney, who will stress sportsmanship, in Ihe weekly session when wrestling -holds"and other tricks taught -Scnbccjt an ( | those In olher branches ' of'the service will be shown the children. The children, who will be divided -jnto ngc groups,, will receive their first' instruction at 10 o'clock FrMny morning, June 30 at the Legion hut when classes will be organized. Playground leaders, in pointing out the advantages of the new course would help build character, strength, skill, sportsmanship, and tench the children self-defense. Play Day Friday will be held at Lnnge School instead of the all day picnic at the Walker Park originally' scheduled, it was announced. There is a raccoon ranch at Miton, O., which breeds between '1500 and 2000 nnhhtils for forest distribution annually AW YOU MY PADDY ?" ""V7XS, sonny boy, I'm your i daddy — the daddy you don't remember because you *ere just a. few monchs old when I left for war." Y ac ' slieartless ' 1!ttl «'nan. It doesn't give much heed to family tics. But, along with millions of othet men and 'nomen la unifofmj you( dad js doing everything he can to keep another war from start- in g w h , en you'i£ grown up a nd hav^ children of yout own. It's mote than good Americanism to invest in War Bonds.., it's good business. i-et's buy more Bonds than we planned, now during the 5th War T,6an Drive., \a»d let's keep undoing so! \ .TflJB.STlJpEBAKER CORPORATION Prints Charming Uouble-or-nothlng Is the demand of big sister who h»s discovered that she can look is young and fetching is i three year old In exact | duplicates of "small fry" frocks fop favorites In this I sea on extensive line of I such lyles are these blue I and white cotton "pinafores' | with eyelet trim Mrs. W. M. Mcrren and dangh- ers, Rose: Mnrlo and Margaret 3llen, and Cadet Nurse Edith Btcom of Grand Rapids. Mich., nr- ivcd Saturday for n 10-day visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Stovall and amlly at their Number Nine home. :i\cy ulso plan to visit Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Jackson of Morohousc; "do.., before returning home. Vcron Inglehart,, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Ingelhtirt of Dell, k n Mtlcnt nt Memphis Baptist Ho.s- iltal for treatment. His mother is *,!}» I"''". '',... .-.. ..,:•:; . Pvt. and Mrs. Tliftsell T, Kurla uul young son, Tcifclie, o( Alex- intliin, La., are visiting Private Child Welfare Office Moved In Court House Officials of Ihe Mississippi County .Child Welfare Unit today moved into Ihelr new quarters on , the first flcor of Ihe Court House, the former County Health Office. The recently redecorated office has been converted Into five-rooms with the addition of two partitions, The quarter* originally contained three rooms. '» Tor the past tliree years the Child Welfare office has been located on the third floor of the Court House. Miss Polly Wilson arid Mrs. Christina Pinckney are in-charge of the local office. Egg Dishes, in Many Varieties, Add Protein To the Daily Diet At the Hosphali BlythevlUe Hospital Admitted— Mrs, Lucy McCutchen, Campbell Mo. Mrs, Ducle Harold, Osceola, Minnie Lee Lewis, Hnyli, Mo. Wails Hospital •Admitted- Mrs. J, E. Crook, city. Minnie Wilson, Osceola. Dismissed— -•Mrs. William Reagen and baby city. Mrs. Calvin Burnett nnd baby city. . :. ' • Mrs. Johnny Mitchell and baby city.-' Roxanna Johnson, city. Clyde Robinson, city. Mrs. Wsk M'lle.s, city. Memphis Dapllst Hospital Admitted- Hay Fre'elvclty. J Bits fif. News"} 3SIostly; Personal from an operation performed Saturday at Memphis Methodist Hospital. His father returned last night and his mother remained with him. Mrs. Jim Crnflon is nt Memphis' Baptist Hospital where she underwent an emergency operation. Mr. Crnfton lins been with her. Mr. nnd Mrs. lx>y Welch went to Alton, .ill., today to visit their daughter, Miss Martha Welch. Condition of Mrs. L. A. Cothren who underwent a major operation at Memphis Methodist Hospital, is very good. Her daughter. Mrs. Fred Couelnml. Is yet with her. Miss Kamolla Jernlgni) of Jonesboro is the guest of Miss Melba Walker this week, she formerly lived here. Mr.s. Lucy McCutchen of Cnmp- bcll, Mo., is undergoing n chdckup at niythcvlllc Hospital. She Is the mother of O. w. McCutchen. Clyde Robinson has been dismissed from .Walls . Hospital .where he undcr'wenr'lfeMineht. " He' is much turlu's parents', Mr. nnd Mrs. L. M. Kurtz nnd fnmlly. Prlvnte Kiirly. s stationed at Camp Clnibornc, Ln. Miss Mnry Frances Mcmiler of ilkeston, Mo., spent the past week icre as guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hagan and family. Miss Eileen Hagan has returned 'roin Amnrlllo, Texas, and Clovls, N. M. W. E. (Bud) Usher hns returned 'roin Memphis where he visited friends' for several days. ' Mrs. J. -Parris McCalln nnd her paiidnwlher, Mrs. J. M. Olllcsplc, lave gone to. California. Mrs. Mc- 7nlla will visit her husband, who s In the Army, now stationed nt , San Diego, and Mrs. Glllesplc will visit her son, Lehman Glllcsple, ami Mrs. Oillcspio, who live in . Los Angeles. . f "Mrs. C. W. Aff lick, has gone to Columbus, Miss., lo visit her son,' chnrles, who is undergoing training (here nfler hnvlng entered (he Army Air Corps. Mrs. M. O. Usrey nnd daughter, Miss Mary Spain, . have as their guests, Mrs. Usrcy's sister, Mrs. Etta HiUtcnlochi-i rind daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Pinuell, of Faycttc, Miss. Mrs. J. E. Crook is being removed lo her home Ihi.s afternoon from Walls Hospital where she underwent ft checkup. Mrs. W. C. Lnwler, who underwent n major operation at Dlythc- vllle Hospital two weeks ago, hns been removed to her home. Her condition Is good. Mrs. Eugene Drown. Mrs. T. H, Hatfleld and Miss Patty Jlcarn went to Memphis ycsterdny afternoon to visit relatives for the re- mandcr of the week. I Miss Mnyme Gene Sisk lias returned from a two weeks vacation spent in Memphis as guest of hsr pnrenls. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Slsk. and In Ardmore. Okla., as guest of her sister. Mrs. Jewel Oowan. nnd Private Gownn who is stationed there. Miss Rosalie Ditclos has gone to Memphis' where she will atlcnd Drauehon's Business College. Daughter of Mr. ant! Mrs. A. C. Duclos. she was graduated this year from Blytheville High School. Pfc. Claude Haywood Hardy of Mnxton Field, N. C., is visiting his mother, Mrs. J. W. Hardy, nnd other relatives. Mrs. Charles Lang.'iton and son, Charles Hf, left today for n vacation to be spent in Louisville. Ky., as gueslj of Mrs. Lnngston's mother, Mrs. Beulali Duke, in Bowling Green, Central City and Mammoth Cave. Ky. They plan to be away two weeks. Mrs. E. W. Snccd and daughters. Misses Jane and Mtmmic Sneed, returned yesterday from a week's stay in St. Louis, where they visited relatives. Mary Evelyn and Irma Lcta Winget have returned lo their home In Shelbyville,' M^., after having spent two weeks here ns guests of their aunt, Dr. Edna Nles, and Dn Carl NIcs. Johnny Loggins, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Loggins is recovering improved. R*ad Oourlor Kewi vruit Ad*. Coming EvenU WEDNESDAY Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Club 8 meeting with Mrs. G. O. Poet/.. Mrs. Clara Peery entertaining Friendly Seven Club at home of Mrs. Joe Hamby, 2 p. m. THURSDAY Mrs. O, W. McCutchen hostess to Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. J. C. Stt'iggart entertaining G. and B. Club. FRIDAY C. B. C. Club meeting with MIT J. D. Smith. Modern Miracle SAUNA, Knn. (UP)—The miracles of this modern age! A private stationed nt the Smoky Hill Army Air Field here recently was heard to say, "Since receiving that fountain pen for a birthday present, I cmi spoil words that I never could before." MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M B. Ffrrt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Brcalnn By Appcfartiital WEDDING FLOWERS Our expert florists will handle decorations for weddings, parties and other occasions. Cull us for an estimate Fh. -191 F.T.f). Service We Deliver Anywhere Mrs. J. M. ( Will in ins, owner Glciicoe Bldg. »y GAYNOK MADDOX NKA Staff Writer Eggs are abundant. Let' use them as often as we can. Creamed Ergs Garden Style (Servcn 4-5) Four tablespoons butler 'or fortified margarine, 4 tablespoons flour, % leaspoon salt, pinch curry powder, 'A teaspoon paprika, 2 cups milk, 2 pounds fresh asparagus, cooked, 6 hard-cooked eggs, 1 tablespoon chopped parsley. Melt fat; blend with flour, salt and curry powder. Add milk; cook, •tlrrlng constantly, until sauce thickens. Arrange cooked asparagus in row in center of serving platter. QUKrter eggs, , ' crumbs, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 3 eggs, • separated. Melt fat (butter, margarine, chicken or pork fat); add flour and blend. Add milk and cook, reserving Birring constantly, until thickened. yolk from one for topping, place .Combine with sugar, baking pow- egg sections on top and around j de> '. salt, melted chocolate, bread asparagus pour over hot sauce.' Gar-l cl ' um " s a »d vanilla. Beat cas yolks nlsh with sprinkling of reserved I ""til thick; pour onto hot, mixture egg v o!k put through sieve, and lallc ' s"r to blend, Then fold penl- ehopped parsley. For a chocolate souffle that never fails try this recipe perfected by the Serve! Home Volunteer Consultants. Two Chocolate Souffle (Servw 6) tablespoons fat, 2 tablespoons flour, 1 cup milk, 1-3 cup sugar, id teaspoon baking powder, '.<i teaspoon salt, 2 squares chocolate, melted, 1 cup soft bread In egg whites, whipped ^ti'f- Transfer to greased'casserole; set n pan of hot wale)- and take until puffy and firm to the touch — about 60 minutes. Serre plain with or cinnamon hard sauce. 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