The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 9, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 9, 1944
Page 2
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i AGE 'TWO BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Missionary Council Meets Members of ihe Women's Missionary Council of the First Christian Church rtiel Monday afternoon at the church. The devotional on the thehje of "Beside {he 'Still Waters" ; was In charge of Mrs). J. C..Ellis Sr. Mrs. J. C.-Lowe : opeped , the devotional period with a piano solo, "Indian Love Call'.', followed by • scripture reading by Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr. The Rev. R. S.-Balrd closed the devotions) with prnyer. Mrs. Lowe was a charge on the program on "IndianContributions", wh«i a display of Indian art was made, Shlrlev June , Barham gave nn brgmi selection, "Indian Serenade", and Mrs. Lowe, was assisted by Mrs. George Barhnrri and the P--Y. Mr. Balrd in presenting her profv'am. - • ; ' • •. " • *'- • : . •'. - • *•' Lawn Party To Be Given A pot-luck lawn': party will be given at the! home •'of. Mrs. John Euelmnan, 837 East Cherry St., Frl- . -fay- nlglit; 8, o'ilpik, for' the Steady Workers and/.Lena Lair Unions ot the Baptist Training : ,Unlon. All members of bgth Unions ore Invited to .attend the affair. : '~ *. • • • ' ' , Double\G Club Has Party'were attractlve- Iv arrhnged; ; througho«t the cn'pr- talning rooms of the Usrey home lost nlghl when Miss Mary Spain Usrey w&s hostess to members o' the Double G Club.and tliree out- of-town "visitors,:Miss.' Constance Bush of Paragould, who Is visiting her aiint, Mrs. Cecil Shane, Miss Lucy Byrns of," Paducah, Ky., lioiisegiiest'o'f Mrsr'J". A. Leech, and Mrs; • Blan ' Heath of •Fort Sumter, N. M.i who is the guest of her parents,'Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little. . : i'":',V- ,..•.'. , High score; prize for the bridge games-played was won -by Miss. Bush, $'*M<vMrs; John Up- pett and MlsstUsrev'were'high iui;l second high--respectively, among ; club members."'- • •' :, A desscrrbourse:was served. '• »'• V • ' -Club, Guests Entertained Miss Eugenia-Crawford entertain ed members of La Neuve Club lost night at her home, when she also v-as • hostess"•'to • four other guests Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs, Miss Peggy Bujarski, Miss 'Nancy Winbourn' of Arkadelphia, houseguest of Mr. and .Mrs. Farmer .'England and Miss Molly Guard or Ellza- betlitqwn, N. J., who v U visiting lier parents, Mr. and' Mrs. J. L Guard. • Salmon and orchid gluQoll featured the - flower arrangement o the entertaining roams whore bridge was-played during the eve-, ning. ..-.•• A dessert course was served. ! Prizes iv'ere awarded Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs -lor. high score among the guests, ,to'Mrs. William Q. Boyd for 'high 'among club members and 'to;/Mrs. Melvln HaLsell for second high. » • »Birthday Parly Given Mrs. Victor . Stihvell entertained 14 youngsters Monday .nfterncon at her home on Doiignn Avenue in honor ot her daughter, Gnilya Sue, who celebrated her eighth birthday on that day. A special guest at the party was Gailya's teacher, Mrs. Piske Miles Jr. Games entertained the children for several hows before the-gifts were opened 'and refreshments o'f birthday cake .rmd Ice cream were served. •'.•• ,•.;. . » F : • - -.» Bunco Clu£ Entertained Mrs. Boyce vMoore piayed biwco with members of the G. N. B. Cmb last night" when they were 'nterlained by ,Mrs. J. C. Swiggart at her home on Dougan Avenue. High srfre prlM for the evening was won by Mrs. Robert Wcednmn, low by Mrs: John Brlllhart, and bunco to Mrs. Moore.. A dessert course was served. • • • Bi-Morvthly Club Meets AH. members of the Bi-Monthly Club were present yesterday after- -'-jioon when Mrs. A. M. Butt cn- tei lamed the group at her home for an afternoon,of bridge. Roses and.' coreopsis decorated the living room where the bridge tables were .arranged. Light refreshments were served during, the- afternoon, and prizes were awarded Mrs. B. M. Matthew; End Mrs. it; G. Goodwin lor higl and second high scores. liV GAYNOH MAUDOX; NBA Staff Wiilcr __ If the supply of local fowl Is gen- 'rous, U'y this French version of •hlckcn In the pot for special fiuesls. It's Hie prteed recipe of 'Little Coquette." So is the French 'orally rice coke. Brittany Chicken (Serve;i -I) Two pounds chicken breasts, ;plit by butcher, Hi pounds green string beans inlrcndy cooked 20 nliuites), 1 small onion, sliced hin; 1-3 cup flour, '.ft teaspoon hyme, \\ teaspoon leaf -sago, 1 •mail piece ginger root, shaved. Mix nil the seasonings except he ginger, with the flour, Dredge chicken breasts with these. Scute n skillet 26 minutes. Place chicken breasts In low casserole. Thlck- 'ii gravy in skillet with rest of sasoned flour and thin with ',<• cup of water. Add cut green bonus 0 cassfrole, sprinkle with shaved linger, and pour gravy over all. Jake In medium oven for IS niln- Try French Version of Chicken ules. serve. French Family like Cake One-half cup rice, 2 cups milk, Vt teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon vanlllo, 3 tablespoons' butler or fortified margarine, 2 tablespoons sugar, 4 tablespoons blanched almonds, finely ground, 4 CHKS. separated. Take ", cup rice and wash it well through, many miters itnlll the water is clear. Heat milk, add rice and salt. Cook gently over law heat until rice Is cooked through mill milk completely absorbed. Remove from lient. Add vanilla. Set aside .to cool slightly while you cream the butler or margarine well; mid.the sugar gradually, next ihe ground or crushed almonds. Add part, of the rice and one egg yolk. Mix well. Continue until all rice ana egg yolks have been added, licat until thoroughly blcmlejl. Whip egg whites stiff, thon fold into the rice. Pour Inlo buttered mold. Cover. Steam ',5 hour. Turn out onserving platter. Chill; cover with raspberry Jam. Servo with a soft custard. At the Hospitals Walls llos|)H;il Admitted- Mrs. Walter O'Neal, city. Sammy Mack Slicarln,- city. . Born to Mr. and Mrs, James C. Forbus, Tyler, Mo., a ion vestcr- day ; Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. B. WhHmore, Luxora, a daughter yns- erday. Blvthevlllc Hospital Admitted- Mrs. C. M. Burleswi, Del). Lula Mne Willie, Hcrmondnle, Mo. Calllc Mac Duffey, St. Louis. Memphis Metlimllst Hos|ilt:il Admitted— Dr. C. M. Harwell. Osceola. J. C. Bowles, Keiser. Memphis St. Joseph's Hosptln! Admitted- Roy Clark, carnthcrsvllle. Mo. Mrs. Thomas Brown, Joiner. . Memphis Baptist .Hospital Admitted— Peggy Ford, Luxora. Susan Huffman, city. ' Bandage Room Closes] The Red Cross surgical dressing room located on Walnut Street 'was temporarily closed today due to lack of mriterlnl for bandages. 11 was announced today by Airs. B. A. Lynch, chairman ol the project. Workers were tasked to watch lor nhnoimcemcnl of reopening of the workroom which will be made through His; Courier News as soon n.s the next shipment of - material Is received. Motorist h Killed HELENA, Ark., Aug. 9 (U.P.) — An unidentified white man was hilled when the automobile lie wns driving was struck by ihe Missouri Pncillc Railroad's stremn- llncr, The Dcltn Enflc, near Helena Monday. Tlie only mnik of Identification wns n gnyoline ration book''issued to wootlrow Jnincs of near Mnrl- Soldier Fatally Injured BATESVILUJ, AflK.. Aug. 0 (UP) —Thirty-five year old Technical Sergeant Murk C. Hiiddleston of Bnlesvllle hns hcon fntally Injured Jle died of liijiirics suffered in nn Mitomob'lle ncolclent new- Rayne Ln., while he was nn maneuvers. Sergeant Iluddleston wns n mechanic In the Army Air Forces and had been In the sei-vicc since Decemhcr 19, 1941. Previous to tiuv time he hn<l been n farmer. DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Satordiy Nifhtt 9:30 to 1 O'clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HQTEL KOBLE A4ratokM Me UcL TM Just received q shipment of 20 ELECTRIC FANS While they last 24.95 SfE THFSF FANS TODAY/ HARDAWAY APPLIANCE COMPANY 0. 0. Hnnlnway — J. W. Adams 208 W. Main Phone 2071 WHAT MAKES A RAILROAD GREAT? Great arc the nine states served by Frisco — rich in resources, dominant in industry, agriculture and commerce. Frisco has contributed greatly to the growth of this great territory. 5,000 MILES IN Missouri Arkansas Oklahoma Kansas Texas Tennessee Mississippi Alabama Florida FRISCO LINES Bits of News ', Mostly/Ee S • ••'••; •*- t - Mrs. Sal lie Hubltr and licr dtuifjliter, Miss Mary llnblcr, left yp.slo'rtoy ujtcrnoon for Memphis to spend 10 clays jwltli Mrs. Hubler's sislfr. Mr.s. J. E. McOrackln niul family. ,M?'s. Howe)) Brewer . nnd lier iloiigtHcr. Miss Patricia Brewer of Hot Sprint's will arrive tomorrow for a visit 'wllli Mrs. Brewer's daughter, Mrs. coleman Stevens nnil Mr. Stevens. Mrs .Brewer anil lier younger daughter will remain In Hlyllievllle during this Winter If they ore nblc to find nil npn'ji- menl. . Mr. mid Mrs. [toy Wnlton are spending Uieir 10 day vacation in llnrdy, Ark. Mrs. J. P. Newel) Jr., nnd .son, J. P. Ill, of .Memphis, are sending several days here . will) her mother. Mrs. Leslie Hooper. Miss Floy Ami Sample returned Sunday night from Advance, Mo., where she spent the past nine weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. D. S. McGcc.' v : Susan Huffman, daughter of Mr. «d Mrs. Elfoert Huffman, has been ulmitted to Memphis Baptist, Hos- iltul for a tonsillectomy. O. J. Walker left yesterday for Tucson. Ariz., nnd Los 'Angeles 'alif., where he will spend a month vlth relatives.. Willie .In Tucson he vlll be the guest of his stepson, rald Archer and family, nnd In AiiBCles, will visit lite -brother, Meal Walker and family. Mrs. Aime Hamilton mid her son, .Bill Hamilton, are spending three weeks In New York. Comma Ev«it» THURSDAY Mrs. Edwin Robinson entertaining FrUlny Luncheon Cliiu. FRIDAY Mrs. J. D. Smith will entertain C.B.C. Club. Mrs. Tom Mabry entertaining 400 chili, Initial club meeting with Mrs. Lane No well. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1944 Seen Him? 4'- Jf you've seen (he man pictured ubove, don't tell Adolf Hitler. He's Ur. Karl GoerJcler, former I^onl Mayor of Leipzig find prewar Nazi price dictator. The Geslapo olt'ers a million inarU.i ($-100,000) reward for information leading to his arrest on Charges of complicily in the July 20 attempt on the Fuehrer's life. Esther Bindursky Wins Three Writing Awards !Esther Bindursky, managing editor of the News Record Kt Lcpan- tq, Ark., has won three awards In u national writing contest conducted by the National Federation of Hrefs Women. She won second prize In the weekly newspaper editorial writing division, second in a publicity contest and second for ah adrei'tisement she had entered. 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