The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 21, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 21, 1944
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i'A(iE TWO BLTTHBV1LLB (AKK;)] POUMBB MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1944 iln Service Miss Green Is Hostess At Weekend Houseparty .M1&; Patty Ann Green, a student al University of .Arkansas, Rvyelte- vllle, Jias been hojlew to lour <>S her school mates af. a wwkend houseparty at-her home on Highway 8i;pout!?> , s The'girls ,all numbers of PI Beta Phi soroilty,,attended the formal tea given by Memphis alumnae and members of the University of Arkansas chapter, Saturday afternoon at Hotel Peabody, and accompanied Miss Green Home Uvql night, itocy plan lo return Jo ,t&eir homes tonight after a'weekend filled with' Informs! .entertainment Guests included Mks Belly Hcn- driek. of Texarkana, Ar(c,, Miss Bet Dickinson of Horatio, Ark,, Miss Maigaiet , Thompson- of DeQueen, Aik , and Miss Hervey Wallace of Lepanto, ; Ark. * • * Mi's. Wooci Complimented Mrs D. Garrall entertained members of the O.^, A. 'Club yesterday afternoon at her .lionie in special compliment of Mrs Walter Wood al Luxora, whose birthday was cel- ebinted yesterday. Mixed garden flowers ,were Attractively arranged throughout the entertaining rooms \\here the 15 guests,spent iaq;'Informal.afternoon In conversation. A large -white birthday cake was a.feature of fhe refreshment table, and Mrs Wood wqs sfiawered with an assortment^ gifts from the guests present! / ,• •* • • Hotiore'd At Dinner Dance Miss Pauline Brpgdon and Miss Nellie Mlddleton .who .recently niov- sd to Long Beach, Calif,, where tliej now • are employed, were guests o! honor at a dinner and dance given Tuesday night !n Long Beach by Miss Mftrle Cloy. ' The affair was given at the Trl- Ballroom there. Bits fif flews ^ Psmrati Mr and Mrs. Clarence Cuin- mings'. and sons, Clarence "Wayne and tarry Eugene and Miss 'Leona' Cartel spent jesterday in Memphis Mr. Buster Rlchaidson has beem removed to her home from BlyUie- ville Hospital tvhere she underwent a major operation Uo weeks ago Corp. and Mis Russell T Krutz. and son, Teddy, of,Camp ,OlaU bourne, Li, '.arrived x yeiterdny nl- Icrnoon to spend a brief furlough' with Corporal "Krulz' parents 'Mr and Mrs L M. Krutz. They come especially to be with Corp Starling Bunch, a long time Mead of Coi- poral Knite, who recently 'returned from two years service'overseas. ' Mrs Clarence .Wilion, Miss Jessie i Srite and Niiss Nell Harris left last ' night (or several days visit in St Loins. Mrs J. T.'. Ashley left Thursday for Hot Springs, where she \\111 take a course of baths. Mrs. Hamilton Talbolt .returned this afternoon to her home in WaEhnlgton, D C, afto a month's visit here with her mother. Mrs Emma Nolen, and her sister, .Mrs E R.-Mason and family. Miss Opal McPeake of Lexington, Appetizing Tomato Recipe ; ^ Tomatoes combine v.'cll with ofcra or fresh corn. Into .quarters nnd drop Into snuce- «Y GAraOK MAIWOX NKA SlnfT Writer Use loin aloes In appetizing combinations with other Victory Gnrclen vegetables. Okra anil Tonmfoes •(Serves :4-5) Four lo five medium-sized' tomatoes, 1 onion, finely cut, l teaspoon sn'lt, 1 bay lenf, 1-8 teaspoon dried basil, 1 pound okra. Note: There's n trick to the proper cooking at okra. To prevent okra from "bleeding" never cut the potis until you are ready to cook them. Then,. Immediately ft/ter cutting drop Into the -hot liquid or the hot fat (however they ue cooked). This will seal the cut ends, keeping the sticky Juice inside the pods. Scald and skin the tomatoes, cut . pan. Add onion, salt, bay leaf and basil. Bring lo boll; wash the okrn; cut off 'Stem, then cm Into Inch-lone pieces-drop the cut pieces Into the toiling liquid as you cut Cook slowly until okra is tender— this takes about 15 minutes. Tomatoes aiul Corn : (Serves 4-5) Pour largo ripe tomatoes, 2 tablespoons butler or fortified mnr- Mrs. Fletcher often has visited In Blytlicvlllc as the guest of her aunt:Mrs. Eugene Hood has as her guest for a week, Miss Eleanor Erd-- maun of St. Louis, who arrived this . afternoon. I Copt, ll, E, Cobble left-Saturday morning for Baltimore,. Md., where. School for 30 days, Mrs. Cobble nnd their In/ant son remained here. Mrs. llarlcy Ostcrholt left Saturday morning for 'Louisville, Ky., where she will visit for n few days before returning to her home in Milwaukee, Win. She has been' visiting for several days In Blylhevllle ns the guest of Mrs. Rny Pasold and family. . -...',: Miss Beverly Thai-pc nnd Miss Virginia Smith left yesterday morning for n 10-day visit with friends In Atlanta, Ga., and Fhyetlevllle. N. c. Miss Alice Wliltsitt" spent the weekend In Jonesboro as the giiest o! her sistere, Mrs.Uae Trice and Miss Belle WhilslU.. . • • • • 'Me. nnd Mrs. A. N, .-.William* ; htul as their weekend guests lits sister, Miss Flossie Williams, and Miss Vera'IIcndrlx/bolh.or 'Osceola. E. E. Mason and 'son, -Cary Mason, loft this morning for Mammoth Spring, Ark., where-they will spend several days fishing. At the Koqritais . • Wulls Hospital Admitted— , Donna Moody, city. ——j.._., u «m ttl w , IVIL.IIIKU uiiir- -Margie Mcivin,,city. - • - garine, 1-2 teaspoon garlic sail, 1-2 .Mrs: Tom P. Perry, Cooler, Mo. teaspoon sugar, l teaspoon aill ,ind Dismissed— """ •>•-•- - , Bet - tj , Loll poster, city. Mrs. T. C. Hatcher, 'city. 'ClyclcirElclfldge, city. Clyde Eugene Eldridgei'clty. Mrs. C. H. Nelson, city. , . pepper, 1-2 to 1 cup corn, cut from the col). Wash', 'scnld .and skin the tomatoes.' Quarter and drop into saucepan. Add remaining Ingredients; . s; bring slowly to boll; simmer 8 to 10 minutes, until corn Is cooked, Teini.. has .arrived here to spend a week with her cousins, Miss Na- dlne Williams niul Miss Juanita Williams ,nt their home in the Promised Land Community. She came especially to l>e ivlili another cousin, Corp. Floyd Williams, who Is here on furlough. Judge E, 11. Tlinrpo of Walnut Ridge, Ark., spent the weekend here with friends. Mtss Eugenia Crav/ford spent the weekend In Jonesboro ns the guest of Miss Betty Grace Ludlow. Mrs. J. M. Glllesp'le and her granddaughter, Mrs. J. Ftirris Me- Callo, returned home Saturday night otter a visit of two months in San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco, Calif. Mrs. McCalln went especially to be .with her husband, ttho h a seaman 2-c In the Navy, now statiotfed at San Diego. They were met in Dycrsburg, Twin., Saturday by : Mrs. ; GlUesplc's daughter, Mrs, a.. ; ,W. Dlllnhiiiily.. .... ,.-; >, t\, Mis G. U. Matthews and Slaughter, Mrs., Frank; \Vhltwprtli, 'have ictutned from Globe and Inspiration, Ariz., where they spent three weeks with Mr. and Mrs, Joe Watson nnd daughter, Mary Jo. Mrs Wnlson Is Mrs. Matthews' daughter and a sister of Mrs. Whttworth Mrs. G. W. DiUahunty had as her guests yesterday Mrs. Bob Dent of Cariithersville, Mo.. Mrs. Bowen Ehrnman of St, Louis, ami Mrs Cecil Driver of Little riock, all of whom nre sisters anil formerly lived In Blylhevllle. James Hill Jr., who Is 111 nt Memphis Methodist Hospital is •inuch improved. He probably will be nblc to be brought home within a few days. Coip Ralph Herndon of the Marine Corps arrived this morning' by plane from snnta Ann, Cnllf., to spend n 15-dny •furlough .with his wife .at their home at 1005 Wesb As)). Corporal Hermtoji Is home for the first tljne In 13 months of service. Miss Julia Llmblrd returned last night from Dardnncltc anj Russcll- vllle, Ark., where she visited relatives for several days, and Utlle Rock, .where she underwent a minor auernltoiv on her eye; •Mr. and Mrs. Lane Nowell and Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Eastburn spent the weekend in Nashville, Tenn on business. Mr. and Mrs. Hodney Banlsler spent yesterday In Keimctl, Mo where they nttcnderi memorial services for Mr. .Banister'* nephew, Sergt. Calvin Banister, who was klljed In action In the European war zone In April. Sergeant Honis- .lei-i was well known In Blythcville where he often-had visited. ! tTJr. Edna'Mies 1 ivill -leave -tonight by plnne from Memphis for Durand, Mich,, where she will nttend Die wedding O f ii c r niece, Mrs. LaVonne Fletcher, to ;Rny Beck of Uotroit. formerly of Blythevllle. /*Hrip«mhmRjii«« MOHTHLY-N FEMALE PAIN You who suffer such pain with tired, nervous, "dragged out" feelings— all duo to functional periodic disturbances—start of once—try Lydta E. Plnfclmm's Vegetable compound to relievo such syjnptoms.OMflUe especially tor women— it liclpi nature) Also n grand stomachic tonlo. Poltow label directions. . . . , . Mrs. Ashlln Williamson, Cooler, Mo. ISlylhevllle Hospital Admitted- Jimmy Tyrone, city. John Tyrone, city. ; Mississippi County IB repreenled In the aerial war over northern Italy by two flyers from the «ame veteran 12th AAF B-25 Mitchell bomber /squadron. They are Lieul. Gordon A. Ramey, pilot, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramey of Blylhevllle, and Staff Sergt. Harold E. Fowler, ran of Mr. and Mrs, S. H. Fiwler of Manila. Although the two do not fly in the 'same bomber, prncticnlly every time a mission Is flown against the few remaining avemies of retreat that the enemy still has access to. enanlr Ramey and Sergeant Fowler are In- the air together. Lieutenant Ramey was graduated from Blylrevllle high- school and was a student nt the ducat'.-) Art Instltule before entering the service. He completed Ills advance flight training nl Yuma, Ariz,, in August, J843, and joined his combat unit Insl May. He already has flown 1C missions and In his spare time has decorated the officers' club. Sergeant Fowler, an armorer and gunner, enlisted In August, 1942. He was graduated from Manila high sclioil and completed -courses lii armament at Denver and In aerial gunnery at Pirt-Myers, Fin. Coming overseas last December, he already has 42 combat missions t«; his .credit.. Illinois' highway system covers 103, 184 linear miles. The luxurious comfort of circulating oil heat... at your finger tips! Roa! fuel economy, plus LAGO Low. Prices! Here's a-gift the family will enjoy for yoars! Come in and sea it today! Limited Supply Prompt Delivery G. A.TANT Phone 3386 or 3163 SENTIMEKTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers ore always fresh, nnd all work Is guaranteed ta-plcase. Let pur expert designers help you with your flornl needs UIFLOWERSHOP F.T.1>. Scrrlce \\' t Deliver Anywhere Fh. 401 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Wll Hams, owner Glencoe Bid*. 6ERLOU 10 Year Guaranteed Moothproofing Protects CLOTHING— RUGS—FURNITURE- DRAPES—BLANKETS—etc. Ask for the sched- life of reasonable prices. HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Ciothicr Buy Your Winter Supply of WOOD and KINDLING While It Is Available. PLANTATION OWNERS' SPECIAL PRICE ON 100 RANK LOTS! BARKSDALE MFG. CO. Blytheyille, Ark. Phone 2911 T>n»l-ro<e ?« , V*-:t<«i'tom? City. JV. y- * Bottkrj Pepsi-Cola 66ttUn K : Co. of IBly'thevilH • • ••• • •<-"-•••• FALL PLANTING SEEDS WINTER WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, RYE and HAIRY VETCH. Recleaned. High Purity and Germination. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main. Clcda nurge, city. Charles Hoover, city. Mrs. Edith-Jackson, city. •Loyal Alkens, New Madrid, MOV Dismissed— 1 Roy Chambers, Hayti, Ma. Margaret Smeltzer, city. .-.Mrs. R. V. Mnllory and baby, city. •Mrs. Jacob Van .Dyke, Osceola. :Doomi Sue Sparks, city. ."Mrs. Blister Richardson,-city. Joseph Greenwell, James Hubbard Wril mrta/H ' ruur K-ltJU,, The parents of two Blylhevllle youths were notified last week (hat their sons were wounded In action one while fighting on Salpah, and the other In Prance. I'vt, Joseph Donald Greenwell of the Armored Field Artillery In Normandy received only slight injuries according to the War Department' while pyt. James B. Hiibljard of the Marine Corps was wounded Ip the leg, the extent of the Injury not revealed by the Navy Department Private Greenwell, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul . Greenwell, was wounded Aug. i. He had been overseas since May, and had enlisted ul- most 20 months ago. Pjjor to entering the service, he was "employed ns an electric : welder In 9 Mobile Ala...ship yard. : ,, . (1 Private Hubbard received his wounds July 19 In the battle of Sol- pan. The 10-year-old Leatherneck had been overseas four months Before he enlisted n months ago, iic was employed at Kress store here He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R A Hubtoard. • . , . ..• . Bead Courier N«w« W»nt Ada. M. F. Harbin Services Held Here This Morning Funeral services for M. F. Harbin were held at 10 o'clock ihls morning at Cobb Funeral Home with the Rev. F. W. Nash, pastor cf the Nazarene church, officiating. Burial was made at Maple Grove Cemetery. , Mr. Harbin, who had made his home here tor the past 20 years, died Saturday morning In Campbell, Mo., nt the home of a daughter, Mrs. Aimer Baker, whom lie had been visiting for three months. He , was 6V ! ; , 'While making Jits home here with a daughter, Mrs. Peiirl Ben ton, he often visited another daughter and son, Snow Harbin, In Campbell. He also leaves another daughter here, Mrs. Oda James, n/id two sisters In Berry, Alfl., Mrs. Nora Dobbs and Mis. Eltl^/6!pson, and a brother, Dave Harblnsof'Blkeston, Mo. Active pallbgarers' wert . Vester Fierce, Lcland. ,'S.wcatt, Ben Darby, Ernest Wilson,'C'. S. Webb, and Cecil Bunn. .England's hugo ic-ineh naval guns cost $225,000 each. Fifty-five foreign lands are represented in Washington, D. C. Technically speaking, a rose does not have thorns; they're prickles. Mrs. Dalron C.fowlston, B. A. M/S. M. Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES In PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher Pupil of Clarence Dickinson '• President of,Union Theological'Seminary School of Music |- For Appointment r/«!"£.!?'. Wl '"* ' f '~ — Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston 1101 Chlckasawba Phone 2043 FEINBERG'S- Coa! Story Grows Brighter And Brighter... Fashion and sliilletl American mills and dye makers have combined to give us the most colorful Full and Winter we've had in years- You'll find (lie smartest Mary-Lane and Junior-Lime coals in all wool, fleeces, Suedes, Shetland's in the most flattering shades of Ftisehia, Raspberry, Mint Green, Tangerine, Deer, Violet, new Jilues, lUist, Grey, a new fashion first, also deep rich browns, Cocoa, Nude, and .sophisticated Blacks," Buy Now-Use Our Lcyaway Choose your new coat while stocks are com- plete. A small deposit will hold your selec- tion, - "".:.'. THE NEW CHESTERFIELD IS TOPS AGAIN! It's classic, it's young .. . just the right rich topper for suits, yet dressy enough for afternoon wear and on into the night. This Mary-Lane thorobred is all wool Shetland in the smartest Fall colors you've ever seen. Cocoa, Deer, Grey, Mint Green, Nude, Gold, Violet, Spring Red. Choose your favorite color, wear it to mill and lo meeting . . and know you're right, and right in style. 28.50 Left PRETTY SMOOTH! ALL WOOL CREPE cut on slender, classic lines, with unique hip detail in horizontal tucks above Tj the ptickel flan. One of (hose round the 'U clock coats, always right, always in season. ' A particularly chic choice in JJlack. Or it's just as smart in Grey, Raspberry, Blue or Brown. 34.50 Feinberg's Fashion Shop Phone 2221 Coming Evcnti TUESDAY DouWe O Club meeting ^vlth Mrs. Jclm Lippctl. Mrs. M. N. Young entertaining La Ncuve Club. Mrs, A. E. Hunllcy entcrtnlnlng Bi-Monlhly Bridge Club. WEDNESDAY Mrs. Don Edwards entertaining Friendly Seven Club. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. R. B. Stout nt liome of Mrs. H. G. Partlow. THURSDAY Mrs. R. C. Rose entertaining Friday Luncheon club. .O.N.B. Club meeting with Mrs. Norvllle Humphrey. \^\\Wfff''yf !EAT-HA1 flio HeJt of licat rash,' cool burn of Eunburn, relievo painful clmfinj;, lake oucli out of itcliy inosimitobiles—with Mcxsana. ltd special base lielna absorb moisluro on Bkiu, uflcn causa of heal rasli. hoollica minor akin irritations, uerieroua i-ms cost little. Deuiatiit ^ "•SOOTHING MEDICATED POWDfR. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SB01' 1H B. Flnt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment Expert Beauticians Sale of TOYS See our windows for toys n greatly reduced prices. The Gift Shop .Modern & Antique Oifls MOSS BRYAN Continuous Showi Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:0.0 . LISTEN TO KLCN :H JLB. 12:15 p.ra. (:S« » - Last Time Today Chip Off the Old Block »ilh Donald O'Connor and Peggy Ryan Paramount News ;iml Shtrts Tuesday & Wednesday V, March of Time anil Selected Short Subject ROXY M»tuir*i git. & Snn. Only Opctu each night 6:45; starts 'j Opens Sunday 1:00; SUrtj 1:11 C*nttnuoos Showj gtt. «n* 6m. 1ut*In N!jlit F.very Mrhl En«fl Slinrdij. N* rtmtt honored on 3u4»r tf, the Lnsl Time Today The Navy Way with Robert Lowcry and .lean ( Parker Fox News nnd Short Tuesday & Wednesday i-J"J»,> : rr-

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