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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 28, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE'(ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1946 Jayt«e Party Given At Hut Last Night The But was the scene last ,fcieh}, qf * supper dance when 65 CfDDCiie*—Jajcees and their guests •- .-fathered there to "eat, dance and' be J»*rry " The occasion wa§ , the annual Junior chamber oC Commerce club party. ~ ' ' '' ' ; the atmosphere of pink gladioli and oth- Sprlng flowers. Supper i buffet- style. ftrSldint at the refreshment table «er« J D Lunsford, Joe Fitz- p»trlck, Mrs FltzpatHck, Mrs. J. T StaJcw, LeGrone JVhitlle, Jack Cross and Marshall Blackard. When games were played during -Jhe evening, prizes went to CarKJudd a»d J T. Sudbury, who iled> in .-UK 1 men's ' division, and j»trs--'W.. R.'..Crawford,. winner In the women's dhision. AMicUoc In preparing for the dancing party were Roland Bishop, Richard" Becker, William Lawshe. Mr Fitxpatrlek and Mr. Blackard 1 • * * * '. Mrs, Welch Entertains At Two Bridge Parties j If Is j£aiea time In the garden of Mr and Mis L°y -Welch, 1017 West Ash, an* these flowers featured decorations of their home this week irhen Mrsr Welch entertained will iwo bridge 'parties. First of '• these was. a luncheon .Tuesday when 16 .guests attended ' »hd' yesterday ' she entertained 12 , guesls ior, an afternoon bridge Doughnuts Real Taste Treat Bits'of News * :ostly. Personal '" South Pacific Theater. Mr. «id Mrs. B. A. Lynch will leave tonight for St. Louis, where they will be the guests of their sen, B. A. Lynch jr., and Mrs. Lynch. While there, Mr. Lynch will attend to business. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hall and duuglUer, Miss Mary Jo Hall, left i loduy for Dallas, Texas, to visit for several days while Miss Hall purchases stock for The Tot shop. Mrs. J, T. Hickman has been dismissed from Walls Hospital. The Rev. and Mrs, O. C. Hicks liuve returned home after a briel wedding trip ^n Tennessee. They will leave Monday for Harrisburg, Ark., to make their liome. Parrlsh and Mr«. Joe .shanks. Harry Bog an; Mrs. Cecil Low* Mis. Crafton compose the nominating committee for election of • officers. Si [Girls, and, Boys Mrs. Irvin G. Moe of Kenoslia, Wise., has arrived here, for a brief visit wljh her brother, John A. McKay, Mrs, • McICay, and family. She will be ihc guest of anotlw brother, Talmadge McKny mid family, of Keiser, before going to El Dorado, Ark., to visit a sister, Miss Beulah McKay. Miss McKay will accompany her sister to new Orleans where they will be tlic guest of another sister, Mrs. .Sue Sanford. Mrs. Moe will then •return home for a few days before M°- liiK to her home In Kenoslia. William O. Anderson Jr., shipfil- ter first class, has been ciischarfii'd from the Nnvy" at Memphis Separation Center and arrived home to be with' his parents, Mr. ami Mis. W. O. Anderson. A veteran of 33 months service, he was inI tjievilie Hi(;li School for the foot- Blytheville Band Receives Bid To Qotton Carnival Blytheville School Band has received an Invitation to the annual Cotton Carnival in Memphis. Kan Wadcnpruhl, band director, told Band Mothers at a meeting yesterday afternoon at the High Scfiool library. Mrs. E. H. Lancashire was hostess to th c group. Mr. Wndcnpfuhl, Introduced by W. B. Nicholson, outlined plans for the band, and told them that there were now 00 band members. He also told them that the'band would march Friday night at Bly- At The Hospitals Blytheville HMpital Admitted: Mrs. James C. Euoanks Jr., city. Leonard Sullivan, city. ••F. L. Bynum, Armorel. Dismissed: Harry Rambo, city. Carol Jean Scott, city. A. H. Jenkins, city. Nan Suttbn, city. Walls Hospital kdmitted: Mrs. E. L. Davis, Caruthersville, Wo. ,, Mrs. Edna Legions, city. MJ-S. T. C. Haliber, city. Mrs. Nannie Lester, Holland, Mo. Omer Oestrlng, Holland, Mo. LaVelle Jones, Rt. 1. Mi's. J. J. Moore, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miser, a son. • Dismissed: Freda Lambert, Steele. Mo. Mrs. V, s. Jacklinson, city Mrs. j. T. Hickman, city. B. J. Dlxon, city. have Doughnuts, apples and cheese cubes, broiled on skewers, By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Staff Writer Run a steel skewer through tU- meats. Cut ternntlng slices of doughnuts, put halves .ablespoon steamed raisins, and 1 tablcs|>oon finely-chopped • nut- doughnut together. crosswise; sandwich The Iwcious shades of rose, prc- '<Joininptoig-in the'-flowering shrubs now • blooming, were combined with V ^ertgewood blue for an effective color seiie'me used.- Bouquets of flowering peach decorated ate living and dining rooms and centerpieces of the refreshment tables were clusters of azn- , blue vases, while other bou- " QUets of the same flowers were plac- —ed/at Intervals-about the rooms. ,"- PFtoe ' wrappings were In,, these - shades. _ tr" "A two-course menu was served r>t~lh* luncheon party and yester- .:, Hay, fuesti enjoyed'a salad plate r~ #t conclusion of the games. ~ Mrs B A Lynch won first, Mrs. ^ Samuel P Korris received second — hl«h'an0 Mrs J. C.^EIMs was given —-»-lo« score award at the first parly. ]~ Yesterday prizes went to Mrs. t ~ Paul J3r«mwell for first, Mrs. Edwin - Robinson for second and to Mrs. *—John f > Rowland for low score. :_ ' ^Inehtded in the out-of-town guests " yesterd*y was Mrs. E. A. Regenold of .Paris, Texas, visiting Her son. V E. M, Regenold, ind family.,-. . r" — . "* • -.•-"•-.••. t ' P. E. O. Members Guests ; Of Mrs. R. F. Kirshner Mrs. R. P. Kirshner was hostess yeit»rd«y afternoon to members of Chapter. D. P.'B. O. Sisterhood »nd .-one. flther guest, Mrs. C. D., ntul.nnplc, broil a second, fashion, with pcniuit butter mixture, and eat warm. That's'n eoocl snack. Doughnut I'ench KlufT Try R for a luncheon novelty. (Serves G) Doughnut Kabubs One-third cup purccd canned Plain douKlmuts, apples, processed pcnclies. 1 tablespoon marmalade, Cut each doughnut in four bite- size ]>ieces. Peel and core apples; cut crosswise In slices ',4 inch thick; cut each slice in quarters. Cut cheese in ',4 inch cubes. String doughnut pieces, apple pieces,- and cheese cubes nUcrnatciy on short skewers, beginning and ending with ' doughnut pieces. Rim under broiler Just long enough to soften cheese slightly. Serve at once with a hot beverage or cider. . . . Doughnut Sandwiches Combine \'± cup peanut Gutter, 1 Miss La Wanda Buck To Be Y/ed In June : Mr. and Mrs.' : D. H. Buck of Lcachvillo announce the engagement -of their daughter, Miss La Wantiti . Buck, to Ensjgn Wllbourn . A. Fowler, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. ' Fowler, or Macon, Oa. 1 .-The. ceremony will'bc in-Jnu<; nt the First Baptist Church in Astoria, Ore., where Ensign Fowler is .stationed. Miss Buck was graduated, from Manila High School where she s was an honor student, an oytstancl- s ing athlete,; and president of hei wit, 2 egg whites, 0 plain dough- utts, ^Imaraschluo cherries. Combine purecd peaches, mar- nalatlc, llmo juice, and salt. Beat egg whites stiff: fold In. Split doughnuts cro.sswlse. Fill and top with peach Huff. Garnish with cherries. Doughnut Sunday Breakfast Treat Combine equal quantities pitted, c lopped cooked prunes and mar- ma ade. Cut doughnuts crosswise. Put together sandwich fashion with marmalade mixture. gram were Mrs. Wheeler, who spoke on gardening; Mrs. George Bunch with her subject, "Community Sick- Insurance," and Mrs. Wheeler who discussed a "Wcll- Plaimed Menu." Mrs. Bugg demonstrated a homemade cake, cover. Plans \vorc made for the meeting Saturday In the Yarbro School Hinclv i"oqm. All demonstration members, whether of the Yarbro Club or some other' division, iniiy attend this meeting.. It, was announced. It will, he an all-clay session with u iwt-luck luncheon served nt noon, Mi's. Bugg svi! demonstrate fabric painting nnc the Pacific Theater .22 months. Miss Nnn Button, who underwent an appendectomy n week ago at Blytheville Hospital, has been removed lo the homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Richardson, 1011 West Main. Sergt. Oliver E. Loyelady has arrived home niter having been discharged from the 'Army nt Camp Chnffee. : Corp. Tandy ~L. Young lias been discharged from the Army at Onmp ciiaffec and arrived home to be with, his family. Clyde Jerome Perry, son of Mrs. Clara Perry, has arrived home of- ter being discharged from service. He is a veteran of duty in the Rambo. .Mrs. Hermon Carl I on was In charge of the. program, "Modern '.' Russia." ^ Bouquets of ^prlng flowers were . v placed throughout the home. — Tile -hostess served •* dessert •*• : course. — ... ~ Cliftons Are Parents 7 Mr and Mrs. Tom Ed Clifton -—are parents of a son born last • night it then- home. "' Their first child, he has been _ named Tom Ed Jr. • is v trie'•former-Miss .. . Mrs. R. E."Clemenson , Is Honored With Party Mrs. R/E.' Clejnenspn of Kau- ^_sas"eitr. sister and houseguesl of ~ Mrt Ley Eich, and family, was f- honored with an informal after* noom party yesterday given by Mrs. * Dale Shaffer Briggs. r * • Tbe Briess ,.toime, 1316,. Holly *• :Street, w?^s decorated with arrange* meats'of various colored Spring *. flower*. * Itie dining room table, draped * with a lace cloth, was centered with * cream colored gladioli arranged . with .miniature grape hyacinths. Anorted party foods were served. •*' » • * •j Son Born To Misters *' Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mister arc x parents ol a son born yesterday *• at Walls Hospital. ** Their first child, he has been „, named Jojjn William Jr. »» Mis.'Mister is the former Miss 1 J«*» Morrti, daughter of Mr. and' .Barrry. Morris. Arkansas Stnte College. She hns aecn employed as Bursar in Manila Public School system for the past two years. Ensign Fowler graduated from Lanier High School in Mncon, Georgia, where he was outstanding In his scholastic record and it member of the basketball club. He entered the V-12 Training Progrmv for Engineers and was sent to University of Georgia for one semester then transferred to Georgia Tech where ho graduated wjl.h his commission In November, 1945. The announcement \vns made ai an informal dinner given in the bride-to-be's Honor by passing small nnnounceinenUs inscrlbec 'La Wnnda and Wtlbourn in Jim 1045." Miss Buck will be joined by Ensign Fowler in Portland. Oregon cnroute to Astoria for the cere money. Personnel for the bridal parlj will be announced Inter. Mrs. Bugg Is Hostess To Demonstration Club Mrs. B. A. Bugg was host c.s Tuesday to 13 members of Yavbi Hom c Demonstration Club. Mrs. ]Elzn Wheeler gave the de votional, taken' from Isaiah. Mrs. Bugg read a poem, "What the Use," and led the group i singing "My Wild Irish Rose." Those taking part on the pro- attending may bring an> brie they wish painted. During games at Monday's meet IB. prizes went to Mrs. George unch, Mrs. Wheeler and Mrs. Le tiles. Entertaining rooms of the Bug ome were decorated with Iris, vlo els and other Spring flowers. The principal cities along th :0iirse of the Missouri River ar 3reat Fulls, Mont.; Bisrac N. D.; Pierre and Ynnkton. S. D lioux City and Council Blnffs, la Omnhn and Nebraska City. Neb Atchi.son, Lcavemvorth and Kai as City.\Kan.; St. Joseph, Kansa City, anil Jcftcrson City. Mo. ball game between two High School teams. Mr. Nicholson spoke briefly ol the band fees. During the business session, plans were discussed for a dinner for baud members April 5 at the lunch room, lecently opened in the High School building. Committees appointed by Mrs W. M. Williams, president, to make arrangeinents for the dinner were table committee, Mrs. E. B. Wocxl- fion, Mrs. Rosco Crafton and Mrs J. W. Shouse; ' entertainment Mrs. W. L. Homer, Mrs. Russel Farr and Mrs. Harry Frituuis. A special committee is made up of Mrs. J. V. Oates, Mrs. Normal Of 'Y' Prepare Contest Entries Girls of Blytheville only 'two more days .to put the final touches on their doll ,cos« tumes onct boys only two more days to add just that exlra '. bit at paint and the bird houses. These contest.':, which began several weeks ago. are divided into groups in order that no member will compete against those in dif- crent age groups. Deadline for en- 'ies is Saturday and winners will e announced shortly afterward. On display are to be dolls, which vill range from ones dressed in aby clothes to foreign costumes, .ml the bird hiuses. Chapman, co-hostess. FRIDAY Friday Rook Club meeting with Wrs. Neville Blakemore. Initial club guests of Mre. Ebb Reynolds. Executive Board of Woman's Missionary Society of First Bap- ist church meeting at the church, 0 o'clock. . Coming Efrents THURSDAY Mrs. James Hill Jr., hostess to Octette Club. Mrs. Leon Speck hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Cliat-a-way Club meeting with Mrs. Allene' LaRue. Mrs. Cecil Shane hostess to Midweek club. Club Eight meets with Mrs. G O. poetz. Mrs. P. D. Poster hostess to Thursday Contract Club. Thursday Club entertained by Mrs. C. W. Afflick. GNB Club meets with Mrs. W C. Cowlston. Entre Nous Club meeting with Mrs. E. R. Dickinson. Phebean Sunday School class o First Bf/tlst church meeting ai the home of Mrs. Alton Jaggers 7:30 o'clock, with Mrs. Harve; The tournaments are also draw- Ing to a close and winners will be determined soon. Miss Alice Saliba, program director, In discussing the "Y" program, said that the tennis courts at Walker Park were almost completed. Other information concerning the courts and the schedule ; will be announced* in a few days, she said. Read Courier News Want Ada. Tired Kidneys Often Bring v Sleepless Nights Doctors say yoar kidneys contain 15 mllet of tiny tub*a or fiLters which hetplo purify the blood and ke«p you h«aJthy. When they x*t tired and <Ion't work right in the daytime, many people have to jret up nithta. Frequent orecanty passages with smartintandLurninz Bom«t!me» shows there it &oni«thiott wronte with your kidneys or bladder. Don't neglect thta condition and low valuable, rcatful ik*p. When disorder of kidney function permits poisonous rnatttr to remain may alsso enuse nundnu hackache. rheumatic pains, leu pains, loss of pep and entrey, twfcllmtr, puffiness under tt* eyes, headaches and dizziness. Don't wnit! Ask your dru«iat for Doan's Pills, a BtimuTant diur«tic, ua*d K ucce«sfutly ty miUionj* (or ov«r 4Q ye»n. Doan'a ^iv< kid tiey tube* flu sh o ut puloono u« WMte from your blood. Get Boaa's Filla. NAPPY MAN IS FREE| : FROM HARSHJ-AXAflVK Suffers for 25 Years Before Discovering Famous Cereal Do you suffer fium constipation? Then rciurihis siiu-erc, unsolicited letter: "I. sulTem! from cons,ii]^nlion for 2i> years. Then u friend lol.l m^. 1 about Kolloag'a AH-Di an. 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