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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1940 BLYTHEVTU.fi (ARK.) COURTKR NEWS PAGE THREE Manila Holds Armistice Day L •, - . < Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS : Past Matrons and Patrons club meeting 8:00 o'clock with Mrs. Kaleigh Sylvester. : Mrs. W. T. Burns entertaining : V. M. 13. club. Young Woman's. Missionary society. First Church of the- Nazamie, •meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. : Jack Parker. ! Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson en- f.enaining Cee-Que Bridge club. i Mr.s. Russell Phillips having ( li.Thursday Luncheon club. , . j Mid-Week Bridge club meeting] >.itli Mrs. J. % Louis Cherry. '• Mrs. Otis Shepherd entertaining Double Pour club. . 'i. Thursday Afternoon club meet-, ing with Mrs., Charles Criguer. J : , Mrs. P. B. Jovner having Thurs-1 ; 4av Contract club. Sudburv Parent-Teacher association havint/ annual Father's Ni*rUj 'prGtU'uin at Sudbury. school. 7:30, •p'clock preceded by executive board 1 '• ! <jittitin<i- at 7:15 o'clock. '". Mrs. N. S. Sftliba; of Joiner, en-j •tertainin^ Prosperity club. 2:30 Vclock. ; Altar Society. Church of the immaculate Conception. •. sponsoring oiiigo partv, 8:00 o'clock at Cath- vlic Hall. " ' itJliott Fletcher chapter. United Daugliters of the Confederacy, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs Ralph Berryman. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Homer Smith and Mrs. Len- lennie Fowler entertaining C. B. C. ':lub at Smith home in Steele. Music department. Woman's club, meeting three o'clock in auditorium of First Methodist Church. SATURDAY'S EVENTS : Mrs. Elton W. Kirby and Mrs.; W. L. Horner entertaining- Chapter! N of the P. E. O. sisterhood, ij o'clock at Kirby home. Cranberry, Mince Are Two | • j I Favorite Thanksgiving Piesj Bits of News Mostly Pertoaals I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Griffin and daughter, Su/.unne, of Memphis I came Sunday 10 make their nome in ihis diy. Mr. Griffin is with Colonial Baking Company. Mrs. Verncm Thonun;.son luis returned to her home in Ceniralia, 111., alter having veiled her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Gillespie. Mrs. Julian E. BeiLs will leave'the Program Monday MANILA, Ark., Nov. 13. — The biggest Armistice Day celebration ever conducted In Manila was held Monday under the supervision of the Herman Davis Post No. 107 of the American Legion. Pony ex-service men.-led by Bob Joe David, cGJmnnnderof the local post, marched in a parade from the main street of the cily to the Henmm Davis prtrk where the American flag was unfurled in a brief and Impressive ceremony, . Perhaps the uiasl impressive and deeply appreciated part of UiLs brie! occasion was the presence of Major Curtis J. Ultle, Commander Carter, und Ed Kice, of Blylhe- ville, who were dressed in uniform and .stood at attention as the flag 'was raised while the Manila band nay nnri Wconrsciivv, Mrs. j. N, joj'omc, accompanied by her daughter. Fonda Mae and son. Willis, nnd Miss Dixie Lee Quinn of O.seeoln attended the Homecoming- and football game at Auburn, Aln., on Saturday, and while there visited her .sons, Quentin and-Newdl, \vlio,are .students at the Polytechnic Institute. Before returning home they visited at Tuskeego, Ala., and Fort Denning, Columbus, Ga., returning home hue Sunday. Jimmy Crain. .student at Ole Miss. Oxford, .spent the week end and 38 'rneft on Monday night at 7:30. Troop 31 at the Armory nnd Troop :J8 at the Christian 1 .'Church; Troop :!G meets on Tuesday night at the South School, Boys desiring to join these Troops ure asked to see the various Scoutmasters. During the.year a .Cub Pack was organised and did some splendici work during the spring and early summer. They are expected to're- organise this fall. J. V. Dates Is the Cubmaster. * The successful troop operates 01 a .secure basis. The sponsoring Institution provides them with satis in Wilson visiting- his parents, Mr. \ and Mrs. J. II. Crain. Miss Sarah Morgan, who is u student, at the University of Tennessee, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Morgan'. Mr. and Mrs. B. W, Allen visited friends In Memphis Sunday. latter part of the week for,Walnut, played • "Stars and Stripes For- Rkige after having spent two weeks! ever." The parade then led the. here with her parents, Mr. and j way lo the high school where u Mrs. C. M. Buck. She and Mi'.• program was conducted under the Betts have been living in. Little! leadership of Mr. David. •III Club Members Attend Bridge Tarty ;'. All the members of the Friday Contract club attended the party >iven Tuesday night in the Colonial | Room of the Hotel Noble by Mrs C. R. Wroten. BY TORS. GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Service Staff Writer Pumpkin is first choice for Thanksgiving- pie, but cranberries and mincemeat are runner-up pie ! flavors, and many Americans like to' serve two festive pies on Thanksgiving. Both pies given below are quick and accident proof and therefore appeal to the ' younger • cook .and .to families living in small quar- Rfifreshments were served at the | ters • conclusion of the games in which APRICOT MINCEMEAT FIE (Serves Eight) One package dry mincemeat IVj cups apricot juice and water 3 tablespoons sugar, 2 cups fresh- Mrs. H. G. prize. Partlow received the Has Club Party Chrysanthemums decorated the | home of Mrs. Harvey Morris Tuesday afternoon when she was hostess for the weekly Duo-Quad Bridge club party. . ly cooked or canned apricots, drained; pie crust. • Break mincemeat into pieces Add apricot juice and sugar. Place lover heat and stir until all lumps Besides the members, her guests | are thoroughly broken up. Bring were :Mrs. J. P. Friend, Mrs. C. G. Redman^ and MrsJ"6. ;i M.' r Morgan•• Mrs. L. C. Brady received club .'prize and Mrs. Friend, guest prize. A dessert plate with coffee was served. * . * * Entertains Club Miss Margaret Shaver entertained iAiembers of the Double G Bridge club and four guests for a party at her home Tuesday night. Guests were Mrs. Thad Nicol Mrs. Tobv .Long. Mrs. Albert K Taylor and Mrs. Elbert Huffman. A salad ulate was served after the games. Miss Virginia Little was high scorer among the club mem- to a = brisk) boil, and continue boil orfe'inimite:'. Allcnr-to^coo. Reck, but ure moving to Walnut Hi d'ye. Dr. C. E. Wilson, who lias been quite ill of a bad cold for more, than fi week, is now improving and it is' expected thai- he will be able Lo be out by the hitter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kepler of M'ju'ion. Ind., came Tuesday afternoon for-a visit with Mrs. Kepler's sister. Mrs. Tom Bradsher. and Mr. Bradsher. Mrs. Ralph Robinson and son, Terry, of Wilson, are spending the week' here with Mrs. Robinson's sisters, Mrs. Eddie Regenold and Mrs. Tom Phillips, and families.. Mrs. C. C. Langston and Mrs. Charles Langston spent Monday in Memphis. Mrs. Frank Simmons will go to Miami, Fla., Sunday to spend three months wi-th her son, Collins Sim- Line a 9-inch pie plate with pastry 1 mons. She will go by plime from nd fill with mincemeat mixture. | Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. D. Simmons 'lace drained apricots evenly over i op. <A l-pound 14 ounce can-fur- lishes 2 cups of fruit.) Press upper rust on tilled'lower one and press edges firmly together. Trim off.sur- plus pastry and bake in a hot oven 400 degrees P.) about 35 minutes: CRANBERRY CRISSCROSS VIK .(Serves Eight) One' and. three-quarter cups sugar, : )i cup water, 4 cups cran- :erries,: 3.:tablespoons quick tapioca, l /i' teaspoon salt. 2 tablespoons butter, 1- recipe pie crust, 2 eg! whites, 4 tablespoons sugar. Boil sugar and water for 5 minutes. Add cranberries : and boil without stirring until skins break (about 5 minutes). Cool. Add tapi- cca. salt, and butter and let stand for 15 minutes. Line a 9-inch pie plate with about l i of pastry, -rolled \fc inch thick,'jUlo\ying,:pastry to extend 1 inch "beyond edge: ^Fold edge ; back to form .standing rim: 'Mrs. Mary "Grandma" DnvLs molhftr of Herman Davis, Arkansas' greatest World War hero, wa.s honored by Major Little who extended ";v token of deepest appreciation to our little mother." The program Was as follows: Presentation of flag, Herman DavLs. Host 197; .song, '•'America," congregation; prayer W. W. Fowler; duet. Mrs. Martha Lawhorn and Mrs. Myrtle Brown; vocal numbers, Wilborn Children radio entertainers; talk, Major Little; address,. Oscar Fendler; dedication of colors, Neill Reed; talk Noah Kisner; address and acceptance of flag, W. W. Fowler, superintendent of .schools; military number. Manila band; benediction, W W. ..Fowler. The entire audience stood at at, tention for one minute at in eleven o'clock hour. ports from the standing commit tees 'were heard. will motor her to Memphis Sunday. The Rev.. W. F. Coolcy and Pat Brock, of Bentonville, spent Saturday night with the Rev. Mr. Cooley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley. Mrs. Merpney Will Head Legion Auxiliary Mrs. Mike Meroney was chosen president of the Woman's Auxiliary of. the American Legion Tuesday night at the second meeting of this. recently reorganized • group at the American 'Legion Hut, . ; .• O'icers elected to serve with'her are as follows: Mrs. Bryant Stewart, first vice president; Mrs. R. S. .Blaylock, second vice president; Mrs. A., E. Rice, secretary; .Mrs. George Roth, treasurer; Mrs. Edgar Bortini,'historian; Mrs. ..E. M..;Mc-; Call,, parliamentarianf Mrs. A.-.Hollingsworth, sergeant-at-arms; and Wilson Society—Personal Scout News Boys ..;.., . * • >. Girls factory meeting room, shared li t many cases with other groups bu entirely their own on troop meeUn nighUs. All Blylheville troops ar operating on a sound financial basis by the Troop Budget Plan. Bach Scout pays live cents a week which Imys all needed troop equipment Such as signaling kits, first aid kits, ropes and knot boards,'• troop and patrol flags in addition to tak- Inii care of the annual registration fee and .subscription to the Boys Life Magazine. HEADACHE? " x i * *• At The Hospital* / Blylheville Hospital ~, Mrs. Tom Dean, cily, admitted. A. M. Van Winkle, city, admitted, ' Mrs. Wood row Plum, Deer ing", dismissed. ' , Mrs. Parker Dodge and baby, city/ dismissed. Walls Hospital Ernest' Brown, city, admitted. Fornoria Dunn, Steele, admitted^ Wnnda Kelly, . Jonesboro, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital EdKfir Frazier, Luxora, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital B. M, Reed, Hay.U, admitted. \\ Blythevllle now has three active Boy Scout .Troops with an enroll- nent of over, 80 Scouts. During tluv M\st year mon- than 150 -boys liave been identified with the movement here in Blythevllle. '-' The three • troops in Blythevllle are:'" Troop 31, American Legion, with Joe Hughes Scoutmaster; Troop 3(i. Lions Club, with Harmon Taylor Scoutmaster, assisted by Kay Francis; Troop 30. First Christian Church, Robert Ftccdcr, Scoutmaster, and Rouse Harp,••assistant. During the year it was found neces- ] sary to combine Troop 37 of the First Presbyterian Church with Troop 38 until a new leader and meeting-place was found. Troops 31 NERVES TMS£. JITTHY Liquid CAPUDINE 38 lo 52 years old. Women who are restless, moody, NERVOUS— who fear hot liaahos/dljay spells—to take Lydlu E. t'inkham'B Vegetable Compound.- PlnJchanv'H 1$ famous for helping women during these ''trying ilmeft" due to functional irregularities. Get a bottle today from your druggist! WORTH TRYING I ' -, ' CO.MI'LK'i'E LINE' OP OFFICE SUPPLIES Call 10 . DELTA OFFICE SUPH.Y H.R. uiul Ash Sis. WHY PAY MORE? 1.—Short terms considered :is <-a,sli. ' -" . 'L —Kverythinp, everyday. Ihe liest for us LESS. 3.—Lurxcst vnrlcly in town—M«iits—roultry—Grocerlr*. 4.—Prompt delivery town or country—No long waiting. • 5.—Quality unexcelled—Never undersold any."day. All The*- & Mote ut Uic One & Only RITE PRICE GRO. Iff MKT. lll-li:i K. Main in Klylheville. ' Phone 224 Fill with cranberry mixture. Mois- Mrs Ar - cn Lindsey, chaplain; A sandwich plate with coffee was ^™l g{ ; lattice served to the ten members and one visitor present. edge of pie with cold water and i of pastiy chapt er in bers. Guest Taylor. orize went to Mrs , Honor Mrs. Dickinson Mrs. Richard Dickinson, who with her family will move to Osceola this month, was honored with a party given Tuesday .afternoon by Mrs. Jess Horner • and Mrs*. John F. Reinmiller. at the Homer home. Guests were members ^ of the 1 [Tuesday Contract club and original members of the Thursday Dessert I club of which Mrs. Dickinson has been a member. A design of red, white and blue arranged on . the mantel set the patriotic motif for the party. Tallies, table decorations "and the des| sert course- served after the games were all in the three colors. The hostesses used chrysanthemums throughout the house. Prizes went to Mrs. W. W. Shaver for high score. Mrs. J. R. Turner for second high and Mrs. A. G. Hall, for third high score. * * * Cclom::! Room Is Setting For Party Have Program Meeting-, Members of the Lake . Stree' Methodist church met Monday afternoon with Mrs. J. M. Goad at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Joe Crate, for a program. Mrs. Adria Reagan was leader of the program. Mrs. Robert Lane gave the lesson on ''Investing Our Inheritance." Others who took Dart on the program were: Mrs. W. L Green. Mrs. Daisy Marler. Mrs Georere Shanks and Mrs. George Shamlin. Mrs. Lane was chosen study leader to succeed Mrs. O. J.. Rodzerr who resigned. A parsonage committee composed of Mrs. Shanks, Mrs Shamlin and Mrs. A. M: VanWinkle, was appointed. After . the.' group had been dismissed with.''prayer by Mrs. T. W Neal,-there was 1 a social hour. The hostess served refreshments. * * * D. A. R. Luncheon Given At" Hold Noble Mrs. C. F. Tucker and Mrs. W A. Afflick were hostesses to the Charlevoix- chapter. Daughters of ttie 'American Revolution, at a Thankssuvine luncheon Tuesday at the Hotel Noble. , \ - , JThe luncheon table! was decorated wjth /a fruit; filled pumpkin in 'the center with autumn leaves extending to either end and a miniature turkey at each plate. Bake in a hot oven (450 degrees F.) for 15 minutes, then decrease heat to moderate'. (350 degrees bake 25 minutes 'longer. this, is the only Mississippi, county, tr membership drive; covers tlie entire This year's drive hasVbeen Hermondale News PV nd completed, but all persons who are " eligible are \ invited to the meetings,-, those iih charge, stated. It was decided to mce£ each Tuesday ; ,night^a£'7:30 o'clock at the Hut until ^further,notice. Honor Recent Bride Mrs. Spencer Owens, of the Oak Ridge community, was honored with a party given at the home of her cousin, Jeff Northern.. Thursday night. -- : , : * Hostesses for the party were Mrs. Eric Bollard, Mrs. Rena' Powell and Mrs. Ester Collins. ; Mrs. Owens was 'before .her recent marriage, Miss Bernice Northera. Mrs. Collins supervised the games played by the 54 present The hostesses served refreshments after the guest of honor had opened her gifts. Cupid's Trade Booms WILMINGTON, Del. (UP)— Cupid is doing a pretty good business in Wilmington. There were more marriage licenses issued during the first 10 months of this year than during the years 1938 and 1939 combined. •' Have Farewell Tea For Mrs. Guice Following the regular weekly riieeting of the Womans Society of Christian Service held at the 'Methodist Church on Monday afternoon, in which Mrs. C. L. Bird led the devotional and Mrs. Jimmy Hurtrlch taught the lesson out of tlie book "Uprooted Americans", a farewell tea was arranged for Mrs C. N. Guice, who with the Rev C. N. '.••'lice will depart this week for Fort-Smith, where he will accept the pastorate of the Gbddard ' '•^Church; ''.';.+£., ..V-V :, Viable''.whicli^was'.arrang- ed in one v of the Sunday school rooms, had a lace table cloth, and carried out a color scheme of yellow. Mrs. Gladys Mott presided over the tea table. Mrs. Guice/was presented a lovely gift from the society. ,, • * *' * . Tlie Rev. Rex B. : .Wilkes and family of Little Rock will arrive within a few days to take over the pastorate of the Methodist Church here. Miss Elizabeth Wright of Pine Bluff was u visitor in the home of her sister, Mrs. W. F. Wilson; Tues- «The CHILDS Relieva nxisery direct -without "dosing". Use swift-acting 8/Cc/f The Colonial room of the Hotel | ^if teen members and one visitor Noble was the setting for the party, Miss Nettie Shelton. 01 New. York- given Tuesday afternoon for the I City, housesuest of Mrs. J. W. Par- Tuesday club *by Mrs. Lloyd Stick- I ker. were present, mon. who is spending the cotton In the absence of the Recent •season in Portageville. J Mrs R C Rose, the co-regent. Mis? The hostess served a salad plate' Cordelia Wilhite presided over the after the games. Mrs. James J.! business session. Pickren .and-Mrs. W. C. Higginson i The orogram committee presented won high and second high score • Mrs. Fred Rutherford in "Let U? prizes respectively. Give Thanks." an article by Sars * * * Josephs Hale. Are Guests Of Club • The next meeting of the chapter Mrs. Ed Williams and Mrs. Ralph ' will be Dec. 10 at the Hotel Noble Robinson, of Wilson, houseguest of I with Mrs. G. G. Caudill and Miss Mr. and Mrs.' Eddie Regenold. were i Wilhite as hostesses, guests of Mrs. J. P. Holland Tues- i • * * • * . day afternoon when she entertain- ! Plays Cards With Club ed members of the Friday Bridge i Mrs. W. F. Brewer played cards! WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY 'Wj • ^-^^ -^^ • ™ ^^ — GARIAND club for a party at the Rustic Inn. Mrs. Louis Applebaum was high with members of the Bi-Morithly Bridge club Tuesday afternoon anci Mrs. Regenold. second high i when they were entertained by- scorer in the games. Refreshments were served. Missionary Work In Haiti Discussed "Missionary Work in Haiti" was the subject of the program presented by Mrs. E. R. Mason at the meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal church Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joe Hughes Mrs. F. L. Engler gave the devotional and closing prayer was offered by. Mrs. Sheldon Hall. Re- Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr. Chrysanthemums decorated the entertaining rooms. 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