The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1944 · Page 2
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jSLCTHJBViLLE (AR&j COtmiEft #] FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 19-14 iah v s Club'Meeting gurates'NeW Yea? James V. 6*t«s «a& hostess i mbers of Vhe' Bl>thevllte Wo- Cliib Jtstertfay ajftejnoon she enfttlalrwd With a coV- dish luncheon at her hoirte ) West Holly elve riiernbers attended this, itst meeting of the ne* club flowers edded a colorful not* • table •elling, with luncheon 4 buffet style ring the afternoon, routine ess was transacted with Mrs es Ray New comb, club presl- prestding. Th» purchase of a War Bond was voted by the tiers present e next meeting v, 111 be held Oct the home of Mrs Georfc Bar- Bits of News Mostly. Personal , Mrs. Murray 1 Honored and Mrs'John Murray of De- who have" spent the past v.eek their, lormer .^hoiiie.. were is of honor last night at i v given by members of thi idcr S\mda> School Class o Street Methodist ChUrch 1: class roorri. Pall color* scheme *as earrie m the decorations of the fooni games and contests were p!ay throughout the e\ehihg Prize awarded Mrs Bates Sturd> Harold Wright, the Rev. Mr •dy, Mrs Murray and O«org well t the conclusion of the evening eshments 'of sandwiches and chocolate was served tie entertainment committee in j of the affair was composed vrrs Dorl Lutz, Mrt Blllv King Mrs Henry Garnett S. Class Entertained Ir and Mfs Vance Henderson erUUned last night at theh ne on Missouri Avenue, when sis Included members of the hflnder (Sivss of the First Meth- st Church ind t»o other guests, and Mrs Rkhafd C Norton 'all flowers were arranged oughoUt the entertaining rooms the house, and a buffet snpper s served: were plaied under the dl- tiori of Mrs. Oleh-B. Ladd, with prfee awarded Mrs. Lloyd Hlxon winner. • • * idgejCljib Prganizecl Die Thursday Night Bridge Club vthevillFs newest, w»S organizes it nigh^bjr K group ot eight young imen, •)! long time friends, whi 11 rneet^.eaph-Thursday night fo :„ of bridge. Mrs cKE Blttner was hostess tt e group^last night at their ,lnltln eeling ^hen she'entertained at he ime at 801 Holly Street Gay F*ll flowers decorated th >me, ahg the Hostess served a sain lurse at, the conclutlon of th Idee gatties. Defense? stamps »ere awardi Iss Frances WcHaney^ifor hlg ore prize atid Miss Mildred Lo ubbard.for second hlgl) Club members are MIES McHane lisa Hubbard, Miss Jane McAdarn Nancy Klrshner, Miss Patt me Day"is, Miss Virginia Marti [rs W H Pease, and Mrs BtUne ^ • r • • 'ledge* Fraternity Ross Dillon HugheS Jr, * stud or Staff Scrgt. and Mrs. Earl Stab- cr have returned from Hot Springs Little Rock where'they spent everal days. 'Ihey joined Staff 3ergt. and.Mra, rtobcrt Tiibbs, who vere there on 15-day furlough. Ralph E. Williamson, semnan l-c vith the Navy, who ha* been on overseas duty In the Atlantic, is spending his leave here with his vlfc and son, Ronnie Eugene, and ils parents, ilr. and Mrs. B,, !•'. Williamson. He. will leave Monday b return to duty. Mr, Williamson, who also \vill visit In Forrest City as the eucst of his brother and sis- Double-Duty Menus Save Time' .or there, is a veteran of Hie Bat- if. Bad, Italy, ..when his ship one 61 the two .surviving ships in the engagement. Mrs. C. W. Atflick hns returned 'from' Bnttle Creek, Midi., where she went two weeks ago with Mr Afflict, who remained . there'fo: further treatment. The Rev. and Mrs. Bales Sturdy Mrs, Qeorgc Stllwcll and Mrs. W L! Green of Hie Lake Blreet Melh- unnecessary odlsL Church, and M'IS I.uther Wil- en. son. of .-.Dell, .spent yesterday ii Plan moals Jonesboro where they ntteiubd Hi seminar meeting of the Melhodls Churches held there. Mr. and Mrs, John Murray of Deoit, returned to their-'home last ght after a week's visit here ns ie gliesls of relatives and friends, Mrs. O. W. Bealo of Memphis and L. Phillips, chief warrant offi- :t in the Navy, left yesterday nf- er a brief visit here with Mrs. eale's sisters and brother, Mrs. II. Wlckhnni, Miss \13ess Hnll and tr. and Mrs. A. G.'Hnll, Mr, Philps, who Is a nephew of Mrs. Ucnle, ns been stationed nt Halltoook, alif., for the past two and a half !ars, ilrttl now fci being transferred o the' Aleutians. Mrs. Ella Cunningham wns re- loved today .by muttliinhce froin he State Sanltorluin at Bootivlllo, o the home of her son, Roy Cuu- lingham. Her condition Is very crlbus. Corp. and Mrs. Eugene Autcn vere the overnight guests last night if Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fi'isby ii Memphis. Frances Shaw, of Lnxora, nelce of ilrs. ;V. G. Holland, has: been .removed from Walls Hospital tb the iolland home .where she Is recuperating ifrom an • appendectomy Floating crunchlcs—:i go'dd dessert for both youiiBSters and adult liY 'OAYNOU JfADDOX NUA Staff Writer Don't drive yourself eraxy .cook- Ing separately for the family and children. Dovetail foods for both into tile family ihcal pattern. When every minute .counts, don't spend minutes in the kltch- nhcnd, a few days To make vegetable pulp, dice o 3dnd To March At Haley Field He're Tonight ThIrt,y-i*WiV rridmWevs or the niy- hevllie h'lgii school band, led by heir drum major, Frances Shouse, net four mojoretfe, Joan Shanks, Marilyn Deen, Mary Lou Joyner nd JUIlii Ann Wpoastin, w'll) march onlglil nt tile half period of the BlyUievllle-I'arkl)) footbnjl game, This will mark their first ap- leafance on the field tills ycnr, al- hough Hie' band played at the :am'c Iftit Friday night, and a drill was' sjivcn between tho Halves by he drum Major and the majorettes. Marching to the rnuslc of "The Military Escort,", and "Youth of America", the two marching tunes selected lor use this, jcar, nnd led iy-MIss Shouse and the majorettes, jand members will form a huge bell figure anil while In, this formation will play,- "Bells, and Chimes". Tile' band ..also,will be henry ns iisu&l preceding the game and during Ihe contest. Mrs, J. Wilson Henry. Ik baud director. vices held yesterday afternoon, 2 o'clock, at the family home In Paragould for Mrs. Alice Westbrook Klrby, mother of Harry and fciton Klrby of Blytheville. Mrs. Klrby died at her home Wednesday afternoon. Services were conducted toy the Rev. Ervln Prince, pastor of th'e Paragould Baptist church of which Mrs. Kirby had long been a member, assisted by the Rev. S. B, Wll- ford, pastor of First Methodist Jnurch In Blytheville. Blytheville people who went over or the services Included Mrs. H. :I. Houchins, Mrs. W. L. Homer, s. Dixie Crawford, Mrs. Fanner England, Mrs. H. H. Brooks, Mr. mid Mrs. A. G. Little, Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Mrs. n. t,. Slockett,. Mrs James Bell) Miss Mabel McKay, Mr. and Mrs. P. C; Rothrock, Mr. and Mrs, Leon Germing, Dr. I. R. Johnson; Div L. L. Hub'ener, Dr. Oean Atkinson and the Rev. Mr. Wilford. ' v Mr. and Mrs. Itnrry Klrby nnd Mr. and Mrs. Elton Klrby, all of ivlioiii were with the elder Mrs. Klr- by when she dled> returned thtb morning to their homes here. Rotary Club Members Hear Talk On Football members of the Rotary Club nt Hoel Noble. Mr. Green stroke to the club concerning Biythevllle's football team for the 1944 season, and paid tribute to the spirit shown by the players. A number of guests Were present at the luncheon. These included Morris Brett of New Orleans, E, G. Hlgglnbotham of Memphis Gene Akers and A. L. 'Storey, both of Steele, Mr. Green, Jimmy Stafford, Harvey Pogue, Robert K. Johnson and M. D; Cunningham, both of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Billy DeLong Jr., Junior Rblarlan for the month. Many From Here Attend Kirby Rites At Paragould A'-large mtmbcr of peoiilc from . .._ . .. ... _. . .. Blytheville altendeU funeral ser- the mcetjng .- yesterday. noon of Arvil Green, 1 high school footbnl coach, Conthuoiu Show! Etery Day Box Office Opens 1:4 tShow Starts 2:OU USTEN TO KLCN Injured In Fall On Walk Mrs. K. Ai Fisher suffered an in- • Jury Wednesday In a fall at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wade Qulnn, In Osceola, where she was Visiting: MVs. Fisher slipped and fell in the front yard of the Qutnn home, and In falling struck the edge of the. concrete walk with her face, respit- ing in a fracture of her cheek bone; Remove^ to Walls Hospital lv?re, for treatment, Mrs. Fisher later was returned to the Cjulnn home wlterc she Is recuperating. was guest speaker a , YOU CANT BOT .. mart in aspirin tlmn the aMUranea ot quality nnd purity guaranteed when you buy St. Joseph Aspirin jworld 8 largest BollcratlOf. PcmiindSOoscr '""' slice vegetables and cook until so in just enough boiling sailed wn- !er to cover; Melt butter; force through sieve, add flour and cook until well combined. Add milk and stilt, Cook, stirring constantly until mixture thickens. Add strained vegetable pulp, reheat and serve. at •hicrTshe underwent n \ycck ago. :J. IS. Johnson Is a patient Memphis Baptist Hospital. Bvirr ' Eastwood of Piedmont, Cnllf., was .among out, of town fu'es Is here' for -the National' col- ion Picking Contest Wednesday. He .s. guest of Mr. nnd MM. E. A. Stacy at their plantation home near Dell. ..•••« at a time, Then children's meals can easily be n'daplcd to family dinners nntl much double cooking vybldcd. If, for example, your children's routine includes a heavy rical foad.s suitable for both,! adults niicl children, a'iid cook enough to leave a noon dinner for the next ay. Adult foods can bo adapted for, children In countless ways, Spices, pie-crust and fried foods are not meant (or youngsters so, of course, certain dishes must Ijc modified. Bui meat loaf and slews' arc children's foods If spices arc omitted; and pie fillings arc also suitable, whlcli means milking n- little extra filling Into a pudding. Cream sauces and cream soups lake cure of vegetable rclieatlng. Everyone will be happy this way—the youngsters gel nutrition, adequate food and the others won't bo clamoring-, "Where's the flavor gone in this meal?" Floating Crunchy Piirtiling One-half cup moihsses, VI cup lignr, X leaspoou salt, '.<• tnblc- rx>on butter, 0 cups cornflakes. Combine molasses, sugar aii'u salt nit boll to 250 degrees .P.. ot';ujitl] ilislure forms a firm ball' when Iroppcd into cold water. Add bul- cr. Pour over cornflakes nnd toss Osceola Child Falls But.Escapes Injury Falling from the top step of a second floor stairway proved only an adveiUnrc to CurUs Hurst Jv. two-and-a-lialf-ycnr-oUl son of Mi and Mrs; Curtis Hurst of Osceoln He apparently was uninjured thl morning when he fell at his Oscc ola home. Removed to Waits Hospital here t University ol Texas, Austin, has examination dlsclowd no visible In een pleteed to Sigma .Alpha Epsi- • . soctat fraternity «t that school, has b^cn announced He is !* freshmnn at the UnV- ersity after graduating from Kcm- er Military School, Boohvllle, Mo , May J, >;.- .. "™s and the child seernid none th » to\ his fall RHMt L Ootirter Newi Wutt A<U, Birth 6a^ Call Fi^t GTON, ~fM (UP)—Any latient at the Los Angeles'Port of nbarkation Station hospital may nake 'a^lbng dlslnrtce' telephone ball anywhere In the: United States pn his birthday and the bill y Local 100' of United lubber 'Workers' of America in' Los ingeles J MARGARETS 1 1H Bring Us Your Bfiaufy Probfcmt HELPS HEAL SCRAPES, CHAFE \M *-\ PET ^ V Sf ? MOROLINE PETROLEUM JEL1V At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Irby Lcdbetler, city. Waller 'tiill, Haytl, Mo. Dismissed:; Billy Gene Moody, city. tcon Stllwell, city. Mrs. Sue Crnfloh Evans and son. Deli. Dcwey Crane, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Melvln King. Luxora. Hnymontl nhy, Huffman. Barbara Ann cta'rk, Cooler, Mo Myrna Sue Clnrki Cooler, Mo. Sheila Jean Clark, cooler, Mo. Dismissed'; •' • 1-. D.i Goiiis, Carutliersyllle, Mo. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted: Blllle Sue Adams,.;Joiner. Iva Site" Adams,-Joiner.- Memphis '• irtetriodlst Hospital/ Admitted: • Mrs. W.'A. Bowden, Osceola. . , Memphis Baptist Hospital A'dmitted:. LiivoniiejViar.-dty. • ''••• ft. K Cox .jr.,; Osceola. ogether llglitly ;\yit)i ;'a fork. Thcr pnii mixture ; lrilo 1-lnch balls Serves 3 to'4 balls on' top of eacl: ervlng of Spanish crcain or. clilll- qd soft, ciis'fiircl. r .. .j; * • . ;-Crcani,of Vesctablc'vS^up • : '• '. . / \(Scrvci ,C) '.' :•' fmcv thblespoons butler, 3 ta blwpoons flour, 3 cups milk, 1 ten ipoou salt, 2 cups vcBCtable pulp nnd liquid. GLENCOE BARBER SHOP Last Time Today Once Upon a Time ••llli Cary Grant and Janet Bl;i!r 1'aramouiit News and Selected Short Subjects , Saturday GOOFY GHOSTS RHO GHKSTW LAUGHS is now under New Management C. J. Speck and Mitchell Garrison have recently bought the modern barber shop located in the, Glencoe Hotel Building. Mr. Garrison will be active manager. Joe Morgan and Ebb Spradley will also have chairs in the shop, WE INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE Ibftol Rkliifl) LiUUHD • H. WARD • fllttlt MERGER Ririll STEWART l.vt^td V M.m^n S<Wom - DJK-t J b| Gl-dcn S<^« Drd Stnrn Hey b/ FlWil E. K*^ Serial: "Desert Hawk" 11 and short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday DANCE is r wtan Your Feet Encourage IfW . - !: •'• -. ' L __' ' •» " ' Add 1 . Satwity Ni«bt» $:& tt 1 ffClock In.ttw B&Mtiful '**• Bin* Room of the HOTEL RES. U.S. PAT. OFF. Laiy-Bones Flexible Shank Oxfords give your (eel ideal. They want to hop—skip— and jump. Laiy-Bono are constructed !o invigorate and lehesn your feet. Even a tew iteps will show you why these Flexible Shank Oxfords are trie newest thrill in footweai. Come in and kl us show you. 5c and 100 Store 50 and 100 Store heel—a MexlbUj damp- : proof iole r and they are unlrned flnd $mooth inside fo avotdprncHng or tramp* ing your feet. A Smart Selection $6 . 5c and Store THRIFTY (Formerly Known As Ben Franklin Store) Announcing- ... a change in name and policy only. This store is still, as it has always been, HOME OWNED, HOME MANAGED, HOME OPERATED. We are no longer affiliated with any outside connection that would tend to limit or control our.buying. We are 100 per cent INDEPENDENT ... We buy from any place and anybody who has quality merchandise at the right price. We will continue to locate scarce merchandise and offer it at rock bottom prices! "Be Thrifty -Shop Thrifty First!" . THE WHOLE NrYflOH'S LOVE : i GOES WITH HIM! ! Sewn RJJ tiYiOJ Paramount News and Shorls Showing Suu. 1:15 to 11 Hitlnecx B»t & Snn. Only Opens »ach night 6:45; »tart» U Opens Snnfluy 1:00; SUrU 1:11 C*DtEanoiu Shows Sat. ani So. Bursla Nl(ht Every Nilht Execfl g»lord«y. N* »u»e* honored on 3u<«y t! lb« KOIJ. Last Time Today The Wild Cat with Klclianl Arlcn am! Arlcne Jmlffc KING OF THE COWBOYS , \1 THRIFTY Store Serial, "The Phantom" So- H a' Short. Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:3» Main and Broadway, Blytheviile, Ark. -••••:- •«<-, Sunday nntl Monday Seven Days Ashore with Wnlly Brown anil Gordon Oliver Fox News ami Short. Continuous Bbowtnr Sun. 1:15 to 11

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