The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 15, 1944
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS "' FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1944 Miss Simmons Is Bride Of Lifuf. J. G. Partit) The Siimnofis, taorhter of fir »nd Mrs V Sam, Simmon* of Pfll, lo I_}eut. Joseph G, Parlln of Blythevllle Army Air Fiejd and Raleigh, N. C, was quietly solemnized this morning, 3:$t> o'clock, at the post chapel. ' v , - •- Chaptolri George Marrs Mad the doub!e?rlng ceremony In the presence of n small number of guests. Miss.'Jean Bouriaiia served as pianist, playing "Serenade", and "My Wonderful One", during the ex- criimge^of vows. • Miss ..JeaneKe jSimmoiis of Dell served -her sister (is maid of honor snd only .attendant. Sfte wore .n two piece dress' of beige woo), with brown 'accessories find a corsage of tardenlas. . i . . > Tlie bride wore a tailored suit of cadet blue lypoY yilfy a whjte blouse Biiil bfcck accessories...^^ shoulder corsage was of orchids. , • Ueift. Robert; W. Ti&nbull of Blythcvlilc' Araiy.Alr. Field served LleutenSnt Pa.ftln as best' man. Lieutenant Parthi and his bride left immediately after the ceremony for % -wedding trip to points. In TeimesJ'ee befbre'~_r'el\irnlng here to make tflielr. ..honie"'.'at 216 'North Tenth Sjtreet, > ; , ,, i, ,,. • Lleuteuant Partin, who is the son of Mr ."and .Mrs'. B. G. Pftrttn of Raleigh^ is adjutant at the'Statlon Hospital at; flAAF. . 11 ' " ' » • * • •• . Mrs, ;Brgwer Entertains Club .Members And Guests ' Menders of the Fortnightly Club had their first party' of the FnlJ season 1 ' yesterday afternoon alter having'becn disbanded during the Summer months. Mrs. W. P. Brewer entertained the group at her home on Highway 18 East, when she nlso was hjSsteEE "to.'Hhree' additional gtiests.^Mrs. 6. P.M£r(iii, Mis. A. M, Biitt and Mrs. Herman Gross. Luncheon was served at- small tables arranged in the living room. which : .Vas, gay: with colorful Pall flowers," • ''•>.• Following lunch, guests spent several hours r pl(iy ; !ng bridge. ' «f • •'•:)>,.>> '. t. ..... Son i$ Born Mr. Siid Mrs. {terry'ivare the parent^ of aTscm born "Wednesday night at Dr. •'. •'s Clinic:- Tlie baby his been named Harry Lynn. The fear^s:t>ave'two other children, Larry and Patricia. • Eiraa MtfraUM txcwin ttmint - Coffer. Loac Ob«« pnnt Marehne'* hlf h qutiur. Tor minor buroa^ cuu. Becbrrjes Bride Of Officer .Mrs. Joseph G. Partin was before her marriage this morning to Lieutenant Partin, 'Miss Marguerite Simmons, daughter o,f Mr. and Mrs. y. Sam Simmons of Dell. The marriage was quietly S'/lcmniml this morning, 9:30 o'clock, at Blyihe- ville Army Air Field chapel. Mrs. Hill Is Hostess Mrs. James Hill Jr., entertaining members' of the Friday Luncheon Club yesterday afternoon at her home, also was hostess'to another guest, Mrs, Edith McCool. Luncheon was served at the dining table, which was covered with a lace cloth and held for u centerpiece u long pottery bowl filled with nger- atum. Twin bowls of colorful zinnias jvere used In the living room where the eight guests spent the afternoon at bridge. High score prize went to Mrs. C. C. Langston and second high to Mrs. Edwin Robinson. . Fidelis S. S, Class Meets With Mi'Si Harry Fritzius Mrs. W. J. Rodgers was elected president of the Fidelis Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church last night at a meeting of the class held at the home of Mrs. Harry Frltiilus on West Main street. Fourteen class members attended the allalr, n Dutch supper. The new home of the hostess was made more attractive with vases of colorful Fall flnwers arranged throughout, the entertaining rooms where small tables wore placed for the guests. Supper was served buffet style. Other officers elected to serve wilh Mrs. Rodgers were Mrs. G. V. Daws, first vice president, Miss Blanche Wecms, second vice president, and Mrs. H. o. Mucry, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Marlon Williams is class teacher. «' • • Card Club v Entertained Mrs. C. J. Little was hostess to members of the Friendly Seven Club and eye "guejit, Mrs, Ross Moore, when she cjHer.taiiied Wednceday afternoon at ihcr home on Highway Flowers Irom the hostess' garden were attractively arranged throughout the entertaining rooms, where cards were played for several hours during the afternoon. A dcfsert course was served. * » » Mrs. Bearden Is Hostess At Evening Shower Party LEACHyiLLE, Ark,, Sept. 15 — The Young Women's nltye Class of Leachville Metliodlsl Cluirch, together with .several special guests, We entertained Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. John Bcarden. The occasion was a miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. i>. \v. De- Jflrnette, class tenchcr. The entertaining rooms were attractively decornlcd with cut flowers, and the gifts were displayed on a large, lace covered table. Games an ( ] contests were played for several hours, with a glass caf!- cly <Hsli won-by Mrs. Rouert.Lce. Mis. E. H. Hall also was presentee wllli n jirlze for iinmliif tlie largest number of musical selections ns they Vcrc played by Mrs. Mitchell After the ellts hatl been opener and displayed, tlie' hostess, served a salad course . Bits pf News Mostly Personal l|PECIALS! Whit^ priannel Stew Pans 49c T&ll Iced feq Glasses ... each lOc Heavy Tumblers each 5c Silver Plated Knives, Forks, >ns(Setof 18) 5.10 FIRE m^G OVEN GLASS PmtCgsserples, With Kftob Cover. 25c Qliarf Casseroles, Pie Plate Cpyer 50c 9^lnchi Pje Plates I5c Df ep Loaf Pan 35c Utilityffray dr Pan ...,.* 40c 'i Arthur •Harrlson'v/if Sioux City, Ihd., urrivecl 'this inbrnlng for i weekend visit with his nephew. Coru. Oscar A. Hnnner, wlio recently ru- I'ncd from overseas service. Mr. arrlsou also is veiling Corporal miner's futhcr, o. E. Hnmicr." Mi. and Mrs. Gnrtli Castlio and rs. Ca.stllo's mother, Mrs. R. B. eliza, will (jo to Memphis tomor- 'W to be with Mr. Mcliza, who is patient at Campbell's clinic. They ope to bo able to bring Mr. Mc- M. buck hoinu with Uiian. Mrs Glenn B. Johnson 'edncsclny night to her home in olumbus, Ohio, .iftor spendin« u 0-day "ncntlon here ullh her anr- its, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Koonce, at ieh- lio'iie on Highway 61 South hc wv accomiianled to St. Lo\ils ijy Mr.s. K';>inte Hessle, v.lio lias been ailed •/) Denver, pop., by tlie 31'- ipus Illness of ^ier fit'er, . Greogry Atkins^ seaman 2-p, who B* Just completed Uls' Ijppt .train, ng at Great Lakes, III., afrWejl this ngr;iljig to spend hlfi flve day ;eaye vl'tlj Ills BmndparejiU.'Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Hanilsh and other relatives. Miss June Oosiieli left Tiio.sdny or Stephen's College, Columbia, Mo., where she- will attend school Ills Winter. Mrs. Sclgbi'il JJedol spent ye$lcr- day In Jvjcniphis. Mr. mid Mrs. c. P. Tucker left his morning for Oxford, Miss., where they will atlend graduation -xcrdses nl the University of MIs- ;lsslp|il tonight when their daughter, Miss I/ynctte Tucker, will rer Jclvc tier degree. ''Ilicy p.laii to L'elurn home tomorrow, acconipa- 'i!«l by Miss 'fucker. Mr.s. Kil I). Cook will Icai'e to- nlghl for Oilcagp, where she will nllend the American ixCglon con- vciilion which convenes there Sun- lay. C. 0. Redman Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Rcdmnq Sr., left Tue.s- dn., for I^ebnn'on, Tenn,, where he will nUend Castle Helgiils Milllarj Acndcmy for the Winter. •Mrs. ' Ira Walters, ncconjpanlct by her mother, Mrs, John Foster returned last night from Memphis Baptist Hospital, where she undc'r- w.ent an operation several.days.ago ,'Uciit. R. L. Porter returned lasi night from Maxwel.1 Field,' Ala: )vhcre l)e has been nUendlng schooi for a week. • • Mrs. Eunice Ypung returned yesterday froin Memphis 'where she spent several day's while consulting her specialist. 'Mrs. Clarence Wilson and Mjss Nell Harris, ncco/Hjjanled by Mrs Dwtgh't Dlackwpod' of Oscebla spent Wednesday Iii Memphis^' " Mrs. Jainc.s Hill • Jr., Mrs. E.'E Stanley and Mrs. Samuel F. Nor- rls returned VVc^Inesday nifhl jrroii Memphis where the v spc'iil two days with friends, ' ' Miss 1'atrlcia nn d Miss Carolyi Child will arrive this" aftenioor from rjloly Angel's Academy ii Jone.sboro, wher.c they are' students to spend the weekend with the! parents, pr. nnd Mrs. Fred A Clilld and family. Tiiey came espe. dully to be , w Uh .their'sister. Cade N« pnr.bara Chllri, who is lioiii n!f.', C 1 Ve f ;?' n St - Ca »>erine's'Hos I'Hnl In Chicago Russell ' Phillips returned tin morning from BnUle 'Creek Mich >V M >le , sl , )c " t tlle f^t two weeks Mrs. John H, Smotherman o Armorcl returned home yestcrdii' afternoon after a 'visit of thre weeks wlUi relatives in Mlssoiir. Illnoii, and Kentucky. While |, Sikeston, Mrs. Smothermon was th Buest of her daughter, Mrs. Glndy Finklea and family. and iu Ci ,l Mrs. Rilli ; Ford, .Stuff Flank Steak With Sausage steak, stuJIed wilh sausage, is serveil with lomalots and corn] tntoes, l head cabbage, C carj'ols. Cover meat with water and onion Cover and siininer slowly until ten der, about 3 hours. Add pared po latocs and carrots, cook 30 min ules. Add cabbage cut into wedges Cook 10 minutes. Arrange meat an< vegetables on platter. J!V OAYNOll MADDOX NKA Htait Writer Flank steak is a lean beef cut. Use sausage stuffing. Have the dealer :scorc th'e beef Hank cross-wise;, .0 cut the fibers. The scoring, plus moist heal cookery, makes tills lean ciit^ tedder. Flank Slcak (Serves 5) One scored beef flank steak, 2',-i cups ilrc'ssing, 'A cup lard, I cup water. Spread dressing over steak. Roll and lie securely or fasten wilh toothpicks or skewers. Brown )n Inrd. Add walci 1 . C'ovcr and bake in moderate oven '(350 degrees F.) fpr 2 hours or until lender. Sausage Stuffing (Yield: Z'A cups) One-fourth pound pork sausage, . cup water, 3 cups bread cubes, I .tablespoon diced onion, % teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons chopped pnrslcy, !i cup diced celery. Pan- fry i sausage until brown. Mix crumbled, cooked sausage with remaining ingredients and spread oyer steak. Nc\v England Dinner 1 Pcef brisket is another little- known beef cut. Mien you buy .corned beef, yon buy beef brisket that has teen specially processed for added flavor. Try it in this New England "boiled" dinner. Corned Beef llriskct (Serves fl) Two and n half pound:; corned beef iiriskct, water, I onion, six po- At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Mis. W. C. Mays, Slecle, Mo. Charles Bnkcr, Luxora. Mrs. flyby Lowery, city. Mrs. N. C. Connlley, I,uxora. Joyce Demi Pajlard. Osccola. )lstnlsse<l-*V'' H^' 1 ' '• •Mrs. Jack Trlinue,' city. C. A. Gentry, city. Dalinar Reid, Stcele, Mo. G. T. Gracy, city. Mrs. J. L. Gardner, city. Willie Simpson, city. . Mrs. Cecil Hayes, city. Jo Marie Wright, Cooler, Mo, Bl/llms-llle Hospllal Admitted- Bill McLean, Manila. Dismissed— Mrs. Herschell Smith, city. Mrs. it. L. McAdoo, Armorel. tMcinpIils Baptist Hospital Admitted— Mrs. P. p. Jones, Uixorn. Mejiiphb; St, Josepb's Sue Bean, joiner. Continuoqs Shovri Erery Day Box Office Opens 1:48 (Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN »Jt. IZ;45 p.m. 4:M f One Lot WHITE ENAMEL PANS $076 fcJtach ALSO: Cups & Saucers, Extra Cup§, PJste (all sizes), Fruit Dishes} Meat Dishes (all sizes), Creams, SQgars,-. Vegetable Dishes {al! size$) /; Qafrrr)eal Bowls, etc. DINNER SETS Services for 4-6-8 l & Shop _ 2017 W. Main 1** ^1 ' - rirsti V.j. Telephone 2637 New Shipments of ANTIQUES Arc Arriving Almost Dally! Conic In, We Like "Shoppers". The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M B. rtrrt Phone 2532 Bring U» Your Beauty Problem* Modem Eqnlpmtnt Expert Beauticians MINNIE LEE JONES Teacher of Piano Announces reopening of he classes for beginners and advanced pupils. Enroll Now For Convenient Hours. Studio 807 Chickasawba Phone 2994 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are al- •vays fresh, and all work Is'guarnnteed to please. Let our expert Jestgners help you with 'your floral needs. F.T.D. Service We Deli?er Anywhere Ph. 491 Mrs. J, M, (Mac) Williams, owner GJencpe Bldj. Last Time Today Song of Russia AVith Kobert Tnylor nnd Susan Idlers Paramount News and Selected Short Subject Saturday £>^-, wiil> ROSS HUNTER UOYD BRIDGES • HOSiiRf CAVAiwijGil Scrc-nflny by P^.l Vc.,,1; Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES In PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE Former Ney? York Organist and Teacher Pupil of Clarence Dickinson President of Union Theological Seminary'School ol Music For Appointment Phone or \Vrtt« ' . MB. Dalton C. Fowbton 1101 Chlckasavpft Phone ZM9 DANCE Thursday -— Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 Q'Clock. In the Beautiful Blue Room of. the HOTEL NOBLE Admission (55c Inch Tai With in Insurance' Serial—Desert llan-k 9 anil Sl.ioi-l Subject Con. Showinff Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday '& Monday 'WHAT THRILLS.' this: brawling ilraraa Iilazes""", jcfuss the screen it break-neck " speed! A COIUMBIA PICTURE, Screon Play by ROY CHANSLO?. - Baled upon d SATURDAY EVEKtKC POST ilcry end be>Mellm s 'novel by Jo!,,, HAWKINS Word HAWKINS ' ~ >; Produced by PHI1 I. RYAN lor ..... ( .X5> • TERNEEM PRODUCTIONS ' ' i .\S. (Difctlsd b, EDDIE, SUTHERLAND \ We are happy to announce the opening of our new office at 104 S. Second Street in the First National Bank Building for the convenience of the insuring public—your convenience. We are now situated to conveniently and quickly serve you and our facilities are complete. We. a re equipped to give you every insurance service, no matter what your requirements may be. We cordially invite you to drop in to see us when you are down town. S. H. Williams . : . 7 : : : . . R. L. Sherrick The GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY First National Bank Bldg, Blytheyjlle, Ark. Phone 2641 REMEMBER: "H It Isn't SURE, It Isn't INSURANCE." Paramount News and Shorts Continuous Sbowiuj Son. 1:15 to II fil»ito«« Sat. * Sun. Only Openj tach night 6:45; Blurts V Openi Sunday 1:00; StitU 1:11 C«nttDnouj Shows Stt. *n< Sin. i|Urf»ln Nlfht Every Kffht Exccyt B»lurday. honnrcd on 3tat*j •< Last Time Today Moon Ss Down With Ccdric Hanlwicht! and Doris lioirdrn Selected Short Subject Saturday Serial—Tbc I'hantom No. 12 nnd Short • Con. Showing; Sat'day 1:00 to 11:38 Sunday and Monday Icrern put 1 by Do/en CocSran • DiKcteil 6y • *AL ST. CUIR • rtotM't tl SAM WHIIE. 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