The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1967 · Page 2
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Pi|t Twi - Blyth«vltle (Art.) Courier News - Tuesday, November 14, M8T -..ELECTED — Officers elected Oct. 31 at {he North Mississippi County Extension Home- rnakers Council held at .the Mississippi County Electric Co-operative Building are from left, Mrs. Jim Burks, publicity chairman; Mrs. Maude Smith, treasurer; Mrs. Ben Craig, secretary; Mrs. Vernon Stickland, vice-president and Mrs. Lee Roberd, president. ng and Caring For Holiday Turkeys S, PATSY J. COLE Extension Home Economist ir&rth Mississippi County Turkey spells good eating, especially in November when it regins traditional. Thanksgiving naturally whets the appe- frigerator or home freezer. Frozen turkeys to be used within two or three days may be stored in the refrigerator in original wrapping; those to be _ ____ held longer should be stored in jhouse"wnTbe" beld so that par- PTA Reports Lange Parent - Teacher k: sociation will hold it's annua Father's Night at 7 tonight the cafetorium. Dr. W. T. Rainwater will be the speaker. A nursery will be provided. Following the meeting, open iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiinininiiiiininninniiiiniiiiiii S o c I E T Y Phyllis Reed Society Editor PO 3-4461 N E W S a home freezer. full-scale turkey dinners [ At Christmas and Thanksgiv- In turkey buying, as in most)ing, grocers sometimes display other foods, we have a greater variety of choices each year. Very few markets handle fresh turkeys these days, since frozen turkeys in regular meat counters, which allow the turkeys to start thawing before purchase. If you are planning freezing makes it possible toilo cook your turkey within a maintain quality over a long couple of days, the partially period of time. Turkeys are available as fresh chilled, frozen, and partially or fully prepared. The whole bird, in a variety of sizes is still the most usual way,-to buy turkey, but boneless 'turkey rolls are increasing in popularity. Large whole or half turkey are better buys than small ones for two-reasons: (1) You pay less per pound for large ones; and (2) Large ones have a higher proportion of meat to bone/: than small ones. Tufkeys that weigh 10 pounds or t^ore provide two (3 to 4 ounee) servings to the pound. IfVyou buy a turkey that weighs less than 10 -pounds, allow three : fourths pound ready to-cook weight for each serving. Boneless turkey rolls have no bone loss, but the uncooked ones shrink in cooking. They are very convenient to use but usually are more expensive than'--whole turkeys. jThe top grade for turkeys is USDA Grade A. .They will have well - devel- opejl moderately broad breasts thafrare well fleshed through- out3heir length. Thighs and backs are well covered with flesh; Top quality turkeys have brea'sts, bodies, hips, and pin bones well covered with fat — except for fryers and young torhs, which may have a moderate amount of fat in these areas. (The cream or pale yellow coloring under the turkey's skin, indicates the presence of fat'in that area. To- keep top quality in frozen turkeys and turkey rolls, take therri home immediately after purchase and store in your re- thawed bird may actually save you time in thawing with no quality loss. But the story's different if you're buying for later se. Fresh turkeys will maintain op quality in the refrigerator or a couple of days after purchase. Frozen ones may be held about the same length of time after thawing. Uncooked turkeys — both resh and thawed frozen ones — should have tight wrappings removed for refrigerator storage to allow free circulation around the uncooked meat. Your Friendly Theatre g OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY •S!U? THE DOWN SI STAIRCASE" Sandy Dennis WED. •THURS. «FRI '&. And • SAT. I "THE FLIM-FLAM MAN" starring George C. Scott ft Sue Lyon —IN COLOR— ents may visit their children's •ooms and visit their teachers. All parents have been urged to attend. Sudbury Parent - Teacher Association will have its annual Father's Night, tonight at 7:30 p.m. preceded by an executive joard meeting at 7 p.m. Major Caldwell, YMCA director, will be the guest speaker. All parents have been urged to attend. Birthday Celebrated Mary Peters celebrated her ninth birthday with a skating party Sunday at Walker Park Roller Drome. Fifteen guests attended. Game winners were Martin Ward and Anita McFall. Mary is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peters. B&PW Club Will Meet The Business and Professional Women's Club will meet tonight at the Plaza Cafetorium at 7. Personal development chairman, Irene Tyrone, will present the program. Vows Are Exchanged H. J. Lovell of West Memphis and Bess Stewart of Ely. theville were united, in marriage Friday at 8:30 p.m. in the Ingram Boulevard Baptist Church in Memphis. Rev. Henry Applegate, pastor of the church, officiated. The couple will make their home in West Memphis, where Mr. Lovell is employed by Rowton Candy Co. Mrs. Lovell was formerly employed at Chickasawba Hospital Chapter 279 Will Meet Tonight Blytheville Chapter 279, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet tonight at the Blytheville Masonic Temple to observe "Friendship Night." The meeting will aegin at 7:45 p.m. with a reception to be held in the Temple dining room. All members have been urged to attend. Visiting members have also been invited. Coming Events Tuesday Tuesday Bridge Club. TOPS Club Contract Club • Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Armorel-ettes E. H. Club B & PW Club Burdette PTA Sudbury PTA Lange PTA Officers Wives Club Blytheville High School PTA Yarbro E. H. Club Wednesday Great Books Club 97th ARS Wives Club Down One Bridge Club Thursday R&M Club, Mrs. Phillip Applebaum 6:45 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League Thursday Club Flat Lake E. H. Club Thursday Supper Club Culbertson E. H. Club Friday Friday Bridge Club Chapter N. PEG Saturday Duplicate Bridge League, Shamrock Lanes 1:15 p.m. Miss Bonnie Sue Keeton Miss Keeton Engaged To Ronald L. Beard gBits of News pertoneu Mr. and Mrs. Bill Griggs announce the birth, of a son, born Oct. 29 at Chickasawba Hospital. He has been named Timothy William. They are also the parents of two daughters, Tina and Dana. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Welborn and great - grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Troy Ramey of Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Norval E. Khep per and daughter, Teena Lynn, were in Memphis over the weekend to see the opera "II Trovatore." Mr. and Mrs. Dale S. Briggs were in Memphis over the week end to attend Parent's Day at Christian Brothers College where their son, Bo is a freshman. Bo | is a member of the CBC basket- i ball team. I cut, u«j, Kxfltm SCOUT NEWS Cub Scout Pack 478, sponsored by the Dud Cason American Legion Post, meets tonight in the Legion Hut. A special program has been; prepared for ttie session which- begins at 7:30. All Cubs, Scouts, parents and leaders have been invited to attend. Prospective new members also are invited to attend to- ; night's meeting. LUTRICIA Is Now With Martha Rose Beauty Shop For Appt. Call PO 3-0550 Mr. and Mrs. Carlton M. | Sherrill of Holland, Mo., an-1 nounce the engagement of their ] daughter, Miss Bonnie Sue Keeton, to Ronald Lynn Beard, son of Mr. and Mrs. William' Lynn Beard of Blytheville. Miss Keeton is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Martin of Russellville, Ala. Mr. Beard's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Little and Mr. and Mrs, Arch Beard, all of Blytheville. The bride - elect attended South Pemiscot High School in Steele, Mo., and is presently a senior at Blytheville High School. TOPS Club To Meet ' TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club will meet tonight in the Hospitality Room of the First National Bank at 7:30. The club will wrap package for soldiers in Vietnam. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that J. M. Bolianmm, residing at 215 South Ruddle Road, Blytheville, Arkansas, has appealed to the Board of Adjustment for a hearing on the denial of a permit to construct an addition to the dwelling at that address. Hearing will be set for 15 days from date of this publication in City Hall at Blytheville, Arkan sas at 1:30 p.m. Any and al parties interested in this matter should be present. City of Blytheville Board of Adjustment Foy Etchison, Chairman Under New Ownership! We are happy to announce the ownership change of One Hour Martinizing. We bring to our customers many years of experience in the Dry Cleaning business. In order to give our customers the utmost in dry cleaning service we are in the process of installing new dry cleaning equpiment throughout our plant. Try One Hour's Martinizing services. . .you'll be glad you didl 20 QHIDT BEAUTIFULLY O PI I IX I LAUNDERED CnrX"! A I ONHANGERS SPECIAL °R FOLDED 06 HOUl? PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER She is a member of the Future Homemakers of America Girl's Athletic Association and Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. The prospective groom is a 1966 graduate of BlyKieville High School where he' was a member of Distributive Education Clubs of America. He was a member of the American Legion baseball team where he won the batting championship award. Mr. Beard is presently stationed at a Naval base in Great Lakes, 111. A December wedding is being planned by the couple. Mrs. Friskche Hosts Meeting The Women's Missionary Auxiliary of Beacon Baptist Church met Monday night in the home of Mrs. Lou Friskhe. Seventeen members and one guest, Mrs. Katherine Maxwell were present. Mrs. Edna Coleman led in group singing. Mrs. Carlene Baker, vice- president, was in charge of the business meeting. The group decided to meet in two separate groups. Group One will meet in the hpme of Mrs. Bonnie Howard, Nov. 27 and Group Two will meet with Mrs. Ann Hughey Nov. 27. The groups will select names for the circles at this meeting. Mrs. Susie Benefield opened the program with prayer. The auxiliary has been studying women of the Bible and Mrs. Ann Hughey gave a lesson on Eve. Mrs. Jewel Burks closed the meeting with prayer. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Reunion Is Held A family reunion was held in the home of Mrs. Kathryn Campbell, Sunday. Special guests were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Batchelor of Upland, Calif. The 26 guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coake and daughter, Emma, of Lambert, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. John Rex McHaffey and children, Patty and Scottie, of Little Rock Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hoyce Campbell and son, Jamie, of Conway; Terry Mike McHaffey of Arkansas State University, Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Mahan and daughter, Juliana, Mrs. Clexton Eubanks, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Larkin, Mr. and Mrs. John Harley McHaffey and S. L. McNair, all of Blytheville. Fall flowers were usea in decorations throughout the entertaining rooms of the home. Your Paper Boy Remember Pay AMEPvICA'S FAVORITE FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHER ONE 8x10 BLACK & WHITE PORTRAIT Very few things you do this )«ar will be cherished more or remembered longer than your photograph. OLAN MILLS serves you ... to create the most personal gift of all. Sch. 50 Holiday Inn Blytheville, Arkansas Wed., November 15 Thurs., November 16 Friday, November 17 Hours: 1 P.M. - 8 P.M. REG. $7 VALUE • Avoid waiting - come early • Bring a copy of this ad with you • Children or adults • Wide choice of proofs • One per subject - one per family • Groups $1.00 extra per person • Cannot be used in conjunction with other advertising offers NAME MAILING ADDRESS PHONE NO IN MEMORIAM In memory of Murvin E. Huffman, who passed away 10 years ago, November 13, 1957. He's gone but not forgotten. We all love him but God loved Mm best and called him to rest. Mrs. Murvin Huffman & Children (Charles, Chester, Owen, Edna Lee, Fern & Sandra) CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our appreciation and gratitude for every expression of kindness and sympathy shown during the loss of our loved one. Our special thanks to Rev. P. H. Jernigan, those who sent food and flowers, the pallbearers and Cobb Funeral Home. May God bless ecah and every one. The Family of A. M. Logan DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees will start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75c - Children 35c. Motl. thru Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission SOc & 35c. Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Show continous from 2 p.m. 90o & 35c. LAST TIME TODAY (A-MY) 'IT COMES UP MURDER" — with Susan Hayward & Rex Harrison WED, • THURS. AND •SAT. FRI. 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