The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 20, 1945 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 20, 1945
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS \ Coming Events 1 , , '•> MONDAY I . Vrtmen's Missionary, union of I rFirst fiaplkt Churclt meeting in » circle groups: Circle 1, Mrs. c. W. i "Afflict:: Circle 2, Mrs, O, M. Mori gam Circle 2, Mrs Tom W.Jackson: i Circle 4, Mrs J. J Cookston; Cti- | ele 5, fits. Id C, Outlaw. ? Women's Missionary Union of f Calvary Baptist Church meetlni with' M>-s. Brcrett Rose, 205 Sy . cainorC 6t, 2 p, in. ' Executive Board of Women's : Council of First Christian Church meeting with Mrs. R M. Beck, 2:30 P, m > Beta CM Sunday School class I meeting irith Mrs Scutt, 7:30 p m _TUESDAY La* Neuve ciub meeting will: Mrs ColemSn Stevens i Mrs Doyle Henderson entertaln- I ing Tuesday Bridge club Cljb Eight meeting with Mrs. H O Partlow. • j Mrs. Albert K Taylor entertaining Double O Club WEDNFSDAY Mrt. W. H. Minyiu-d entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. To'in and County Club irieeling with;Mrs Cornelius Modinger. > Mrs J E Stevenson Jr, entertaining ADO. Club. Mission Study Course at First Presbjterian Church, 1.30 p. m . Ch'apkr 'D"ot P F rt jv «ff-- Tvilh,Mrs C S Lemon-, ' " ' THURSDAY EM.G. Club meeting with -Mrs Clifford Watklns. Mrs Cecil Siane entertaining Mld-Weck Club ' Thursday Night Bridge club meeting with Miss Prances MC- Haney. Mrs Norman Speck and Mrs M. J- Angell entertaining Friendly Eight Club at Angell home. Mrs-t James Hlll-Jr, will be hostess to CXtettt Luncheon Club. - Fortnightly club meeting wltli Mrs A M. BuU Woman's club having covered djsl -luncheon at. home of Mrs. Bo! Barnes, 1 pm Thursday Luncheon Club meet ing with, Mrs. Rosa D. Hughes _ .FRIDAY Q. N. B Club mtetlnj with MK J P Ntiien Initial Club mettlng with Mr Lane Nowell Mrs W. 8 langdon entertainlnr C. B O. Club. Pre-Bake Duck To Eliminate Fat Mrs. CaWwell Is Hostess ' To Chapter "N" Of P.E.O Mrs Farmer England was i charge of the Founder's Day pro gram, given jestcrday aflerncoi at the meeting of Chapter ' N" o the, P. E. O. Sisterhood, v,hei Mrs* Chester Caldwell enlcrtaiiiec at- her home, 900 Chlckasawb Avenue. -JV mixed bouquet of Spring flow ers was arranged in the IMn^ rodm, where the members gathered for the brief business session and the program. Mrs C M Smart, president 01 the organization, presided o\er the business; ond Mrs England was assisted on the prognm by Mrs Harry Kirby, Mrs Caldwell, Mrs W L Homer, Mrs Elton Kirby Mrs C. E. Crlgger Jr, Mrs Harry W. Halnes and Mrs J. W Adams \ dessert course was served bv the Iwstess following the close of the program. • * • Mrs. Gee Entertains Members of the Thursday Luncheon Club, together with three RUesU, Mrs. W. H. Minyard, Mrs F E Black and Mrs Hunter Sims ' were entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. E. B. Gee, for luncheon- and bridge at tlie Country Club Red roses were attractively arranged in the living room where luncheon was served at small iHulES. In the bridge games plajed during the afternoon, prizes were won ' by Mrs. R. L. Kirshner and Mr* -f?, 1 J'W'V f w high and sec"-' ond high score. ' i • » » Bunco Club Entestained Mrs. Gene Dalley nr; ' ••<- r*f Gilllland played bunco 7 , ** °f. the G N. B. Club last Trfght , £ group was e » l "tained last wenl to Mrs - • • . Club, Guests Entertained - " ^ Ml ?- Herman May, entertaining Members of the Initial Club yesterday afternoon at her home, also was , £^ u th , ree other 8>"*ts, Mrs \ J- r. Noten, Mrs. Lois Shatley and Mrs. Dsssie Qarrett. Bunco prize went to Mr coaee -• * Birthday Party Is Given ,^hM 8 ene aed nine ' children Tuesday afternoon at her home In celebration of her daughter < Irby Lynn's iifth birthday ' . Oam *s were played for several hours, and after the presents .brought to the guest of honor had been opened, refreshments of birthday cake and lee cream were served - Each, young - gtiost. rcceWed a ^mtnature Americah flag as a favor. ' BjCQub Meets t »ftcrrtoon BY RAYNOR MADIiOX NBA' Slaff Writer' DUCKS arc ilch, fat boney birds A S-pound duck series never -nore Ihnn 4 people, while a slightly mailer oiie is often cut and berv- 1 In halves Bub duck is clieajcr •IT pound (hnn other birds. About the. extra richness'of our 'ell-fed American ducks, here Is he rule: always pre-bako the duck, )6 matter liqw jou plan to serve it. Much of the extra f»t will be >nked out* leaving only n beautiful crisp crust and a not-too-rich, moist meat. Pluck, singe, draw and wa»h the Deri) drcssbi- lend-, flavor lo .luffed due'- marjoram, When prc-baked bird 'is- cool s- co enough to handle, stuff and truss as usual. Return to rack In roasting pan Bako in moderate oven 350 degrees F.) nn additional horn basting from time to time with broth from giblets. Serve on arge plnlter with slices of crah- bcrry Jelly. To piepare stuffing: measure umbs Into mixing bowl. Aric nnishrooms, whole or sliced (dralii- ed of liquid whlrh la added to giblet broth). To make giblet broth: c'bVer giz- jnrd, heart and heck with 2 : cubs hniMnrr nntl- J ___ i . ,. . . 1 •- - . i ." arjomm sage *" h ng j ^,« ESS T& clr^a Vkr^'.*? *,!'.'•,»«vtn ™s 2H tdtpufs e r°'<-» ^%-SVS' nZuT r ^ °Sf' ,0? busting duck Use remainder to Jnnke a gravy. >n rack In roasting pan, breast •p Roast, uncovered, In a mod- ratc oven (366 degrees ft) ? 4 to hotir Pouf off mi fat and lh«n rocced v,itH further preparation 'cording io any of the following eclpcs Duck Wlih Herb Stuffing Five-pound pie-bnkcd duck, 4 «ps dry bread crumbs or Very mall cubes of dry bread, 8-ouncc 'n miislircoms, i teaspoon salt, u aspoon popper, K cup mlriced mon, 1 tart, apple, finely chop- M, v, cup finely minced celery tablespoons boiling water, 14 tea- won poultry seasoning or a mi\- irc of jour favorites, sage, tlvjmc, er liaiije. Following the bridge games the cstEss serv>l iici gitcsls a des- it conrs6 ullli coffoc Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr and Mrs K \y. Goodcnar and daughter, Juanlta/Lee, of Mchi- phls, spent today here with Nfrs Goodman's mother, MJs. F. D. Smith Russell Campbell has gone to New' York, where he will spend a week buying for Miss Whltsilt's Shop. Mrs' W. B Huntei arrived last night from Fall Church, Va where she has bccli visiting her daughter DAM ROSS Palmist and Advisor Gives true advice on all affairs of life. TRAILER LOCATED ON CITY LIMITS ON HWY. 18 .SATISFACTION GUAKANTEED NOW LOCATED 106 West Mciin (Next llnnt To City .Super Market) Foster's .Lacgwoir Store . WIlISKlES-WIN!5S-I,iqilERS Phone 2127 CLEANLINESS Is Your One Best SAFEGUARD Against DISEASE! Guard yqur f ami i y ' s hcalth by ,, aving dry-cleaned often. Our scientific germ-free cleaning methods attack dirt and bacteria with vengeance.' Take advantage of our fine quality service. Let us help you arrango a schedule for your family's cleaning that will i,i sm . e spotless clothes for each member continually. FOR RETTBFi PHONE 4!8 FOR HKTTKH for A. visit of several weeks here with another daughter, i Mrs.' E. B Oce <jml family, 'before fcturhin'g' to her home in Long Beach, Calif Mrs. Byron Morse is visiting in Austin, Texas, as Ihc guest of her' son, Lieut. Byron Rhodes Morse and family, who are living there while he' Is stationed at a ncarb'v camp. . '• V.' Dr. Edna ,Nles left ycsterdayp'for Klrksvillc, M6.. whore 'she 'will visit' relatives for a week. Miss Winnie Virgil Turher ' ? jSlss Marjorlc Warren and. Miss fectty Jane Martin are spending Ihc weekend in Memphis. • v Corji. Marlon Gray left yestci-- tUiy for Klngrrtfln, Ariz., after spcnd- i«E.n 15-day fiii lough here with his parents, Mr, and MIS. c. M. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey ConwRy have ns their guest for several days, C H - Wlndt of FOH Wnyiic, fnd, a former resident of Blylhevllic. Mrs. S. s. Stembcrgi will, return Monday to her home In' Chicago after. a visit of several days here as the guest of Mr. mid' Mrs' -O w' McCutchen nnd oth'cr 'friends. Mrs. J. v Henderson and Mr/and Mrs. Vance Henderson have return-' ctl from Duncan, Miss!, , where 'tiiev attended funeral services held Thursday afternoon for Porter Dou- BJns Morgan, brother, of Mrs -J c Henderson. Others from near liefe who attended Die rites, and the burial service at Clarksdale, Miss wore Mn find Mrs. Will Morgan Mr' nnd Mrs. Russell-Chill, Mr. nnd Mrs' gay Morgan; Bob Henderson; Mrs' Esma : Henderson. Mr. and , Mre! Clint Morgan and Rosc.oe i. Morgan, __Mr,s. C. W.'Afnick, :Mr*.v EUori Kirby, Mrs. w. I, Horner and Mr. and Mrs. Farmer England were in ' Baby Contestdnt s the conceH ' given at AT' Stati CoUege by. Leonafd Warren, Metropolitan opera staf « cs , a = Muftea Murray, Ky,, where she vijil ited for several dtlys this week.' At The HnsiitiaU A .. Bijthevllte Hospital Albert Brltt, city Mrs Ollle Chlstn, H&ytl. Mo Cecil Parks Jr, city. Verrm Louke Morton, Dogitood Walls UwplUl Admitted* A. j. Plpltln, city. ' Born to Mr and Mrs 'aT'nig'rft' ' S0 " nn " " Dismissed: < ?,,^i J l7! cr , 1 Her '»°ntlaie, Mo Luclle Rlckelts, city JtMrs Marshal Blftckar d and babi, , Patsy, 16-month-pll. daughter of Pfc. and Mrs. Woodrbw Hardy probably holiis some kind of local record for entering.a baby contest the greatest distance from home. For her picture was entered in n Iraby contest somewhefe In faraway • India by her proud uncle Pfc. Hcywood' Hardy,. who now Is serving In that theater of war Private Hardy recently wrote Patsy's grandmother, Mrs. j \y Hardy, "Morii' even if' Palsy ditin'i win tlio contest, she sure got a lot of votes.'' Patsy's father, stationed oh another of our far outposts in lee- land, has nevei^ seen" his younfi daughter. Pr.tsy imt! her mother the former.Miss Lorene Austin are making tlieir lioine here with' Mr B» d ."^-f- J H - Austin while .Private Hardy is on foreign duty. CHURCH ST. STEPHE!S"S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Shrtli and Walnut Streets Thomas B. Smythe, jr., minbrfer •9:30 n. m., Church School. H n, hi. Morning Prayer and Seimon, "The Blessedness of Troubles"'. CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHUHCH Osceola Will have no service this week because of the threat of a spinai meningitis epidemic. , BAPTIST 'CHAPEL Lilly Street Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Russell Baugh, supt. . Baptist Training Union, 6:15 p m Miss Sarah • Frances Kdwlahij dK rector FROMISED LAND CHURCH . D. G. Hindm»n, pastor Church School, 10 a. m. Worship Services, 11 a. m." Rcy. J. Albert Gatlin, preaching. ' Quarterly conference at church 2;30 p. m. W.S.C.S. will meet at Church Friday at 2:30 p. m. VARBRO METHODIST CHURCH Church School, 10 a. m. Worship Services, 7:30 p. hi. W.S.C.S. al Church Thursday 2 p. in. i * Firat Quarterly Conference al Promised Land church, Sunday 2 ; 30 p. m. Plf.GRIM tUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth & Walnut Streets Sunday School, lo h. in Morning Worship, n a. m The Rev. w. c. Krueger of Memphis will be the speaker for the morning service, using as his sermon topic, "Christ, the Livlne Water." , 8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1948 BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut A Eighth E. C: Brown, Pastor Hour over WREC, 7-30 n. m. - ' • Sunday School, 9:40 a. rrl. Morning Worship, 10:50 a hi Sne- clfil Mii'slc. . . . Baptist Trainlhg Uhloti, 6-30 p m Evening Worship, 7:30 p hi WEDNESDAY 1 P rii., Teachers and Officers meeting. 7:30 p. m., Mid-week Prayer Service, a: 10 p. m.-, Choir Practice. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH L, C. Ramsey, pasior Evangelist B. h. Buckley will speak at both Sunday morning and evening services this week, and nightly nt 7:-l5 o'clock, except Saturday. The public is welcome lo attciid each of these services. Regular church radio broadcast made Sunday at 1 p. m. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Ira M. Bryc«, pastor Revival in Progress. Sunday School 9:45, Roy .Handley, supt. Morning. worship, 11 o'clock, sermon by the pastor. YoUng People's meeting, 7 p.' m. Annie Handey, president. Evangelistic Preaching by Rev. I. !>. Pullerlon, Ft. Worth, Texas. Ev cry night 7:45 except Saturday. Radio broadcasts, Monday and Friday, 2:30 p. m . The public is invited to our revival. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE Woman's Cluhhn"2« ( ;4«(j « T <_ j^ a j LIFE Is the subject of'the Lesson Sermon which will be read In a Churches nnd Societies of th Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sun day. The Golden Text is: "This is life eternal, that they might knov, nice the only true God, and Jesu Christ, whom thon hast sent " johi 17:3, '; Airtong the citations wniun com prise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol lowing from the Bible: "The Lora .ivcth; and blessed be my'rock; am let the God of my salvation be ex alted." Psalm 18:40, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Harvey T. Kldrt, Minister 9:45 a. m., Sunday School. 11 'a. m., Morning Worship. 6 p. m., Vesper Service. 6 p. m., Pioneers. Monday, 7 p. in., Men's Club. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m,, Prayer Meeting. ' • FIRST METHODIST CHURCH , S. B. Wilton), Minister Church School, 9:45 a. m. X). s Branson, supci'lntende'nt. Morning Worship, 10:B5 a.m. Junior Fellowship, 7:00 p. m. Evening Service, 7:30 p. in. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday] 7'3o p. in. . SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS We Deliver A nyw h m . J. M. (M«6) Wflllama, owner ; Glencoe BW,. " ;.; ' -' ...... -•----' •- ..... • ..... '--Fit!) Stocks of DODGE & PLYMOUTH AUTO PARTSond DODGE TRUCK BLYTHEWLE MOTOR CO. 119 W. Ash Earl Stane, Service Mgr.. Phone 422 Orchestra , Jan. 24th AT THE BLYTHfWLLF ARMORY Dancing 10 'till 2 (STAG OR DRAG) Advah " $2 Plus Federal Tax A * Door 2,50 Plus Federal Tox Table-Reservations At Kirby Drug Stores PROCEEDS GO TO INFANTILE PARALYSIS FUND Management Blythevitle Junior Chamber of Commerce this Ad Contributed by Hart's Bakery LAKE STREET METHODIST ClIUKCH Bates Sturdy, pastor CJiurcli School, 9:50 n. m. Iversoa Morris, supt. . Moriiing Worship, 10:45 n. m. Scf- moii by pnstor. Installation service of W. S. C. S. Youth Fellowship Groups, 6'30 p. in. • ,. Evciiiiig Worship, 7:30 p. m. Scr- liion by the Rev. J. Albert Gatlin of Jojic.sboro, This church will go to the Blythe- vll!e Army Air Field Tuesday night 7:30 o'clock. Church night, Wednesday, T30 o'clock. 666 Pieparaiiohs as directed Choose Your VALENTINES Whtie stocks are new and complete! Priced i'Oc to the 'Gift' Shop Modem & Actlqm GUti MOSS BRYAN in Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:4S Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 pJn, Saturday (prime by Night ; : 'with Jane Wynaan r . ' and Jerome Cowan Serial: "Black Arrow' 1 12 anil Short Jon. Showing Sat'day l:W to 11:30 Sunday and Monday WARHtnS'NATIOHAL JOY SHOW! Paramount >>'c\rs and Selected Short Subjects lohtinuous Showmg Siiri. 1:15 t» 11 ROXY Malintes Sat. & Sun Only Opens each night'6:45; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:16 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except S.ilnrday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Koxy. Saturday > Westward Bound with Kc« Maynnrd and H661 Glbs«n Serial: "Mystery of the Riverbost" No. 2 and Short •on. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Mondajr Desperate Journey Mill Erroil Fljrin Fox Xcws and Selected Short Snhjccl ontinnous Showing Sun. 1U5 to H

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