The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1946 · Page 3
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\VlCDN USD A Yjy 20, 19H! niA'THEVlliE C'olluMt Nl5\Vs Music Program Given At La'nge PTA Meet The fourth sr«de class of I,a,ngc I 'ychpol presented musical nuinbors /or. ntembcr.s of the Lange Parent- Teacher Association yesterday afternoon,at the school. They wore directed by Mrs. R. A Berryimn, music teacher. . As another part of the program, l,ange Girl Scout Trouu presented an "Indian Skit." Urnint. this skit, Louene Hanks sanj; a solo. The Rev. Harvey T. ICidd, pastor of F.irst Prcsbyteriai! Church, spoke of.the needs of Die school.: .Mrs. Reeves Allen presented, two violin solos, "Melody" by Daws, and "Bci-ccuse" from Jacelyn by Godard. Officers who served last year were reelectcd in .the business session. Mrs. Charles Penu will iignin serve as president; Mrs. Paul Jobe. vice president; Mrs. Frank Sparks,. s.ec- retary and Mrs. Harold Sud'uury, treasurer. * • • Bridge Club Guests Of Mrs. John Thomas Mrs. Robert Hartigan of-New- York City, guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, and Mrs. Dale Briggs, played bridge Inst niijht wilh members of La Neuve Club. Mrs.. Johp. \V_. Thomas was hostess to the group! Give Fish Bits of News ..Mostly Personal SerBI. Hub? ,Ii. Carson has arrived home uficr havlni; been discharged from the Army at Camp Cluiflee. ; Mr. and Mrs, H.. I,. Harp have returned home uf.icr visiting : thf past several days In Now Orleans, with their sou. House Harp, ...Mr.' and Mrs. llaip.were accpniimnled by Mrs. John Arcmls .and dnughtei 1 , Martini Prances, and Miss .Edith House, all .of, Charleston, MO. : . Thomas Matsim. Jolley, sf:at)i.an first class. Is spendlni:. u , 30-day leave hero .with Ills mother,, Mrs. t'rankie Jolley and ollu'r relatives. Hecenlly rclurncd froin sea. duty, vlly. he will report back to New Orleans. In Memphis. I-. M tim(-t I's. Ill at his home on North llliiliwiiy SI. Mis. Hoss Stevens und Mis. E. A. CiiKuli-leh .l-einrned this nfternoon Ironi Memphis,, where they have spoin the past, fof days, MLS. |<. K. smith Is |n Jonesboro «s guest of Miss Mnry Vnllwrliw Ki'.i're. < ,!,,/• Mis. F, w. Brocierlvk.p; New York C'ly. Is |icre .with ih()v, "ipther, Mrs. .Uifi'phtne \Vcii at .li^r honie. 724 Duuijjin street,, A|SD visiting Mrs. W>')t Is u fiieni), Mrs. E. C. Ollnijei "t ^templ^l^;. , . , ,„,,;,, ,, 4 W. M. Keiiijier. h^s revived word from his son, -S^ttff £*>«*• 'A'lf.red Ki'inpei, |(ml he h*fc jni)d«d l\\ New Voik uiul will .be. home. soon. • « Under Red Fire : ^~ ; i^.^.^'.^ (! . Blylhrvillr Hospital Admitted: . , r Clyde .Viclfer'y, -R^.'l. city. Mrs.. U'onn.rd Uqerf, city. \Vi\llcr, Stpvens, city. Kbl> .Spniilley, . city. V. c. ; Colbert, ,bsceoln. t -,;. Mrs. P(\)il Cc-oiier, Cpoter, Mo. C. A. KitWatei', city,., • a ,.,i > ,. Uuisandrn ciinmness, Holfahd, Wo. Maliel, Hooker, ell)'. ,',nt," | i( , .Horn tp,M|'. andMv«.4»l?li(«iprock. Uell, a daiiRhli'r this InortUnjj. . 11. \V. Wylic iinil daughter. I |Undj>, (rick. l»r DK*t-«hort*rt days BY i -' NE\,Staff Writer Have .difficulty in. preying to the fauiily how. good fijili. really, taste's? Brcorating entertaining rooms of! Then use., recipesthat give fish 11 the homo were vo.ses of Jonquils new appearance and. add tile surprise anti other Spring flowers. When bridge was played. Miss ft -PcKiy 1 White was awarded high ^ Kcoro prize and second high went to Mrs.. Mclvln Halsell. The hostess served a salad canr.se. • • • Mis s Rebecca McCill Is Sorority Member Miss Rebecca McCflll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, E. M. McCall. 1037 Ash. has been initiated into Delta pal Chapter of Delta nelta Sorority at Southwestern in Memphis. Miss McCall. a frcsh'mnn tills year, vyas vice president of the pledge group, is a member of (lie .Southwestern Singers, of S. T. A. B. intersorority. Shu was one of the. .seven iiirls initiated by the chapter. Convention Delegate Mrs. Oeorge N. Rtilwell, president of,the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Luke Street Meth- odUl church, win be the delegate to (the annual WSCS conference March 20 through March 28. in Harrison, Ark. . Tliis was announced at the inedling Monday afternoon nt the eliuVch when Mrs. W. L. Green conducted the devotional. <£ As new member present was Mrs. ^'' D. G. Moore. Guests were C. T. Shamlin Jr.. Mrs. IJIlie Neal and Mrs. W. I. Mallory. Mrs. Crigger Hostess To Her Club, Guests Arrangements of purple violets, bright -yellow jonquils',* dull red jnponicn. and white spiraea in the Crigger home formed a colorful setting jfor members cf Tuesday Bridge •.Club yesterday afternoon when 'Mrs. Crigger was hostess with ii' tea. , . Guests .other than members were Mrs. Matt. Monaghan and Mrs. Chaster Caldwcll. Refreshments were served from the dining room table, draped with a. : lace cloth and centered with a low crystal bowl of jonquils.. ... In bridge games, high score prize went to Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon antl .second to Mrs. Monaghan. Miss Frances Lit tie If/Has Her Club, Guest Miss Frances Little was hostess last" night to members of Double G Club and Mrs. Mad Usrey Jr. Bouquets of Spring flowers, narcissi, jonquils and hyacinths decorated the home. Mrs Blan S. Heath won high elciijent ,tp your dinner. I.mirhron. (Fish Loaf (Serves C) Two eggs, 2 cups flaked, cooked fish (approximately 1 |M>und), '.I- teas]joou salt, !^, teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon paprika. -2 .teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, 2 cups milk, - cups rolled oats, 1 table.s|>oon minced parsley. • Beat eggs slightly and combine with remaining .ingredients.- Place in givscd baking <iish and bake ia-.il moderate, even (360-375 degrees p.) for 1V1 hours, or unlll loaf, is set. Serve with mushroom niakint tunafish puffs. Tuna Pish Vuffs (Serves 8) Three cups popped rice cereal, 1 teaspoon sail, 1 tablespoon Worces- ' tershire sauce. 2. tablespoons chopped onion. 2 tablespoons chopiiecl tjreen jjeppcr. .'i cup chopped celery, 2 cups milk, 2 eggs, separated, 1. cup flaked tuna fish (7-ounco can). Combine salt, Worcestershire -suuce, onion, pepper, celery and milk in saucepan with rice cereal crushed. into fj nc crumbs., Cook over low heat, stirring occasionally, about 10 minutes, neat egg yolks, add, small amount ot hot mixture; return to saucepan and cook over low heat 5 minutes Ioniser. Add fish. Beat egg whites until .stiff :Uut not dry; fold into 'mixture. Pour into greased custard cups; sauce, tomato ; sauce,- or-a-cream-set in pan or hot water. Bake sauce with 1 chopped, nand-cooK- | in mod'erately hot oven 1425 deed egR added .. .. , I grees P.) about 30 minutes. score prixe during bridge games and second high, went; to Miss Little. Refreshments were served. , •, » • BW Circle Meets . With Dr. Edna Nies i i ,..-.-. Dr. Edna Nies, was hostess last night to 10 meinbeis ot the Business Women's Circle of the woni- .an'.s Missionary Society of First Baptist Church. Also present were" three guests, Mrs. Jim p. Tompkins of Burdette, Mrs. G. C. Sayre of DuraiH, Mich., sister and honseguest of Dr. Nies, and Mrs. Marion Williams. Mrs. Williams taught the lesson, taken from .the study -book- -on "Home Missions in the New World." The session was opened .with prayer hy Dr. Nies and closed with circle prayer. Mrs. Hardin Leader. Of Missionary Program 'Mrs. Allen Hardin was in charge of the program Monday afternoon \yhen the Woman's Missionary Society of Dell Baptist Church met at the church for prayer service. ,Mrs. Bertha Gill offered prayer and the devotional was given by jrs./Beulah Whaley.', iTliose- .taking part on the program, were Mrs, T: O. Wilson, Mrs. Sue Hardin. Mrs. I. M. Henderson, Mrs.- Will Morgan, Mrs. H. H. Crawford and Mrs. Gill. The group was dismissed with prayer. Mrs. Hoard, have cone to Memphis, where they will consult a specialist! regarding a skin .rash, ot Ueard's, • Homer c. I'orlor. machinist mate first ciiixs,. son of Mr. and iylrs. IX-wey Porter, has received a discharge from the Navy 'at Memphis Separation Center. A veteran of 31 months service, lie served 10'L months in Die Pacific Theater. Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt and children. Hill. Ethel Jean and Olck. have returned from jonesboro where (hey were guests of his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. sanfovd Wyatt. Mr. and Mrs. Wynlt went especially for the tinnlly, reunion Sunday at his parents' home. Kenneth L. Poff. pharmacist's mate third class, son of Mr. ami Mrs. M. E. Poff. has been discharged from the Navy nt Memphis Separation Center. A veteran of 38 months service, he had .eight months duty in the Pacific area,. Ebb Spradlcy underwent a major operation today nt Blytheville Hospital. His condition was satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Taylor have returned to their home in Flint. Mich., after spending n few days here with his brother, Oiile Taylor and family. Mrs. Carra Piuitl is spending two weeks in Blloxi, Miss., with.Mr. and Mrs. John Hohbins und family. Pfc. Walter Taylor, will ..arrive home soon, after having landed In yesterday. ,. :iaf Program Planned " r ' and -¥ r «;'*•: 9; H a M- *»(•'•»»*•_ For Adult Niyht At "Y" ents °'' c "^ and *."•'- 1 - 1 * 1 Brook^ A special |>ro|jrnm will be presented for adults tomorrow night i-.t the "Y," Miss Alice Sallba, pro•|un director, said today, Main . event., of the evening Vlll lie a dint l>al| tjaino between'two! 1 men's teams, made up of men of the First Prrsbyterlan Church nnd First Christian Church. As another part, of the program, myllu'Villc lllr.li .School's Boys 1 Chb- ais of the Glee Club will present vocnl numbers. .Adult nlnlit. will beijln at 7:30 o'clock and.all adults are Invited, It was announced. Courier Waot Ad*. • THE Dismissed: • ,, . ... ,-i - Itolnnd pen<( Wafr'(i)j|Voli, city. Walli Hospital Admitted:; ... i •, •;, , Mis. Claude Orally. Vtayll, Mo. . Olela Pre.nqti, tlty: .,...: Hobby iJhandji,., Canilhersvllle, Mo. Lorltig Wlekl|Hm, Sikeslon, Mo. Mrs-. Ben pMVn(l, .Denver, Colo. HiiKh pop Ash»i(ii;e, Armorel. RtUli Ann Ash.hip(e, Arinorel. , Jeiui Owens, : Haytl, Mo. Uorn to Mr, und Mrs, John Smith, Htele, Mo., t\ son this morning. ii.smlssed: , ( C, w. Crawfpr.d, clf^. Mis, Ed I*wler, qlty. liifunt,. Jimmle .Bell. city. Memphis Buptlst llaspllal Admitted: . ,. • .. •. . Mrs. J. L.. Roebuck, Cnruthcrs- ille, Mo. C. M. .Vlekers, C.irutliersvU)e,.Mo. Merniihls Metliaillst Hospital Adniittcd: Horn to. Mr. and Mrs. K.'.M. WIJ- son, Caiulhersv'illc. Mo., n duughter. iVlRmphis St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: , Mrs. C. P. Smothers, Manila. •Russia's onfe'ry response to the U. S. note urging Jncluslon In Bulgaria's left-wing government of two representatives of th*opposition took, the form ot a blast at Maynnrd D. Barnes, aboye, U. S. ,minister to Bulgaria. Hussions accused Barnes of;"systematically Inciting'! Bulgarian opposition lenders to demand new conditions of government nol Included In i the Mos,._ . cow agreement. Copt. Brooks Home Capt. Jimmy l.ee Brooks has ar rived home to be wltli Mrs. lirooks aiti'r. rcturiuni! from I he Paetllc Tlienlor nnd belnij urnntcd lerml- ul leuve at Clump Olmffeo. Cnptiiln Urooks if, a velcran of two eiu'K (ii'rvlrc in the Army In the 'iicllle. liuvliut served on Okinawa. He und Mrs. Brooks, the fprincr ill!.s Mnrthn l.ee .Hall, plan to t!0 o Orlundo. Kla.. In a (t\y days lo -i.sll frli'iids, She Is (lie daughter o 1 .A«IRU-AIIT FOR YOUR SWUTHUHT Coming Events THURSDAY ', . . , r .Alplia Beta. Bynco Club meeting with Mrs. Lane Nowell. ONE club meeting wilh Mrs. W. C. Colston. Mid-week Club . guests ol Mrs. B. A. Lynch: Mrs.- .Hi G. Partlow hostess to Club Eight. : .... ... , Thursday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. Russell Philips. Mrs.;.-E. R. Dickinson hostess to Entre Nous Club. , . . Thursday Contract, Club meeting with Mrs. G. 6. CaudUl. . Mrs. .B. A. WBleiiknmp entertains Octette Club. FRIDAY . Junior,Fellowship of First. Methodist Church meeting at the church, 3:45 p. m. Junior .. Royal Association "of First Baptist Church- meeting at! church immediately after .school, j Mrs. Leon Scherer hostess to Friday Rook Club. Initial Club meeting with Mrs. Hernun May. , • • : Womanjs Club.meeting at club house, 2:30 o'clock. Veterans Postpone Date Of 'Open House' The Veterans of Foreign .Wars "open house," scheduled for tomorrow night at the Armory, lias been postponed, Commander Marshall Blackiird said today. rrhe meeting will he held next Thursday night. March 28,.and the saine,prograin planned for this week will be .carried out, hu said.. Officers are to be elected and plans made for the next year's work. Seattle. Wash. A veteran of 20 months service overseas, he will come to Blvthcville as soon as possible to Ire with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Odie Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson ol Jonesboro. here with relatives, foi the past several days,..spent tniliiy- . Left-hunded bu.si'bnll pitchers tn early - diiys of the (jaine were Ynoiihpaws," with home, base at \l\v .northeast comer of th,> dln- nioiul. t«'relieve tt'uWntM, trwlte Sleep it not* fl.U up 1 HIT THAT .RHEUMATIC »PAIh RIGHT WHERE IT HURTS ^ ,, in those Cloud* of I'tiin TTic.big .idea U th« you want M (ccl better. When, 'pain ease?, ypur mind eases. Yoii Ret. rest that mi; a us (ietlvefr ;nncc. So use sorncllilng thai gets at the pain. C-2223 tiring^ you pntii-reUeving help. Now you will feel a» g^od os otlicrs who enjoy itj help, too., Coc, and $i. Caution: Use.only as (lirecte\l. First bottle purchase pricp .r^futljrd if Von jLif.pot satisfied. .Today, get It's woiulcrful liow u lltllo Va-tro-not up each nostril relieves utuiry transient congestion. H you nrcct relief tonight, try it I l-'ollow dlreullonv In pacl<nue. V1CKSVA-TRO-NOL i)«-n SmWi, 'owner'.' Ur. Fhorw J274' Spring Hat Is a Sortie, tor 'Mitatfy . . . A 'New Lamp. A gaily colored Vase— Coffee Table Accessories — FiKiirijnes or >jo'me.rare Anti(jties wlil give a 'ronl lift io your horfie. Il's Smart to Shop at WEDDING RINGS tn KUclina a wedding ring tft b* chttrrtVintl for a liUflmt owi r»c«m- menJolion It Tru Ait, long fai^«^| for Itt enJuiing qi-olity, , beauty ond VroihmurutiEp. Laiy* t«l»ctlon with or without Jlomondi from "27.50 u^ Pat O'Brytitit JEW ELER 1 •hiine Klil Main lit 2nd IUDCET TIKMS A»«ANGIU SOMETHING NEW! READY-MIXED tONCRJETE Foundafions-Sidcwalks-DnVcwdyi-Porchet Call 517 for estimates MDE an<ji USREY COAL and CONSf fcUCfi lOti C6. Approved FHX Contractors . • Pepsi-Cola Company, Lontlil^CUt, N. V,. x ..^ ^"rnnchiscd lioltlcr: Pepsi-Cola Bottlih'jfr Co. of Blylheville FOR SALE! 20 Bred Duroc Gilts To Farrow Soon H. C. KNAPPENBERGER BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. and His 11-Piece Orchestra Featuring the lovely Polly Freeman Playing for a Cabaret Style Dance Thursday, March 21 at the ARMORY HALL Advance Admission $2,40 per Couple, Tax Ih'cl. At the Door Admission . . $3 per Couple, Tdx Iricl. Tickets and Table Reservations on Sale at Kirby Bros, Drug Co. Sponsored by Aiytheville ^^^^•^^'^^'^^^^^ i!lt i"t jCT^^FB^mfnHIBH For Your Home : Springfield : Couches, Lounge Ciinira with Ollomnn, ChiffrolioH, Hc<lronm Suites, Springs, M«ttresses, 5 piece Ilrenkfnst Sets. Jusr Received: Metql Trunks & Lockers Alvirt Hardy Furniture Go. New and Used 301 East Main St. Phohe 2302 Where Your Flowers Arc—You Are! One. call lo \is will nrrnngc. to hove your remembrances soul, 'not just , once, but month iiflei 1 ,mouth. Auk about t'liia plan. Tt^LFlOWERSHOP r'.T.Tt. Btrrtce We iVclirer Anrwl^re , Ph. 491 Mn. 1. M. (Man) Wlllkumi, owner Olrntof BUc. Refrigeration Service! Phone 415 We have an Expert Service Man to take care of your Refrigeration and Washing.Machine Service; also Electric Motor Seryicf. We also carry a complete stock of New Parts for all makes of Equipment. Work Guaranteed. Reasonable Prices. Torn Little Appliance Co. 105 West Main Sr, BlytheYille, Ark. BONDED AND INSURED 24-Hour TAXI SERVICE CALL 968 Bill Wunderlich Railroad Slreet — Rear Koblnson's Drag Stare Radio Service "Pit" Anr*l Refrigerator Service Fred Lawler Washer & Ironer Service Philip Frel Vacuum Clcnncrs, Fans. Irons and Small Apullnnccs Kc- )mhed. atiliy jumper swings Baby wnlkers nnd strollprs Pyrcx glassware—household waxes nnd cleaner—cutlery. Phonograph records and accessories. Faiu—atlic. window, pedestal, and table types. Adams Appliance Co., Inc. J. W. Adjura, MfT. Successor: (6 Hardaway Appliance Co., Inc. Phoh« 2071 206-08 Wwt Mate Moss 103 E. faam : IPii'6ne 2254 "Kidney Trouble Is REAL Trouble" remarked- a customer, "but it troubles me. le*s as I drink ,lhe soothing Mountain Vnlley Mln- ijrnl. Wnter from Hot Sprjrigs, ..Ark." _Let us ifnd a case to yo\i toil ay'! FOUNTAIN , Krom (lot Sprint*, Ark. CRbssfoWN ,WrtisilY SHOP Main * illvLiton, BlTlberllle, Aik Continuovn ShbwV llo\ Office Opens 1:4» Show SUrts 2:90 UHTtH TO ULCTi > • BM. ... l*i«5 *m- . «:» Continuous Showing Every Day , . M*UnM« 8«t. A Bo. Only Box Offlee Open* C:M;.8b*w Btetti ,: . l «[lS.r. : M. E«h EnniiiV. Swxter ItM; BUrta 1:1* DOlfBLt FF.ATVKF. with -Wallace B«ety and Marjcrie Main- ALSO ' Invisible Man's Rev^hige with Jon Hall Thursday and Friday DOUBLE FEATURE .

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