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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) CQURIBB NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1940 ite-, Announced At Osceola Fruit Coke Far Christmas Social Caleodtr Engagement Announced American Association of sity w'omgn' meeting 12:30 o'clock a£ Hoj£l Kpble. . $ Little Engaged ' 'To Kavanaugh Francis ' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anthony Little announce the engagement of their daugnter, Sara Josephine, to William Kayanaugh Francis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kavanaugh Hendricks Francis of Tuscaloosa, Ala., and Timpson, Tejuus. The wedding -will £e an import tanc event early in the ^New Year. Miss Little, member of a pioneer j family of Blytheville which 'has \ long 'been actively identified with > ' affairs of this section, attended Christian College at Columbia, Mo.,. 1 and University of Mississippi, Ox^ ford. She was affiliated with Delta ; f Delta Delta sorority. L Since her return from college, 0 she has assisted her father, owner » of Tom Little Chevrolet Company. ', 'Widely known through the'South "] where his family has long lived ' J and because of his prominence in footba}!, Mr. Francis attended University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. "! It was" while a member - p.f tne { football team there that he was given u recognition in selection of - AH-Southern and Ail-American football teams. ""• He received a B. 3- degree in J Chemistry from the university 1 where he became a member of ^ JCappa Alpha fraternity. One of the owners, and manager l r of the Blytheville Compress Com's pany, he came to Blytheville two i years ago when the new firm was * established. Holiday Motif Used In Thursday Club Parties The approaching holidays ff were emphasized in decorations for most of the Thursday club parties this week. Christmas tallies were used in the games of the Mid-Week Bridge f club at the home of Mrs. A, Conway. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry received high score prize. ' '• Lunch was served at the dining t table, which had a centerpiece of I bronze chrysanthemums, i Mrs. J. A. Leech had as her f guests, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, Mrs. i T. M. Hunter of Long Beach, Calif., | houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Everett ; B. Gee, and Mrs. T. H. Plemmons of Charlotte, N. C., houseguest of 1 Mr. and Mrs. C, W. AfOicXy Thurs^ day when she entertained -mem- f bers ,of hgj£ w Thursday Luricheon I club.' 'jL_ ^ ..'-"•'.''•. *'•"';?". In the bridge games -which- foh lowed lunch, Mrs. AfflicK was '? high- scorer and Mrs,'.'Byron -I Morse, second high. ' . ]} Tne home of Mrs L. G. Nash. < was a Christmas setting for the Thursday Afternoon club party at 4 wnjcn Mrs. T. K. Mahan, and I Mrs. Meyer Graber were also guests. 4 dessert plate was served after \ Lhe games in which Mrs. Louis | Applebaum was high and, } ! } ROHCO Crafton, second high scorer. 1 Mrs.:E. R. Dickinson 'was hostess to members of the Thursday Dessert club and one guest, Mrs. , W. W. Shaver, for a party at her home. A dessert course preceded the games. Mrs, Jess Homer was high and Mrs. Shaver, second high scorer. Miss Nancy Kirshner was a guest of Miss Virginia Little .Thursday l | nighty Tvhen she entertained rnem- 1 bers of the CeerQue Bridge club OSCEOLA, Ark., Dec. 5. — A wedding that came as-a surprise to Osceola society was that aiv! i nouncecl this week of Miss Virginia I (pare Smith, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Smith, to Jap White, son of Mrs. John White and the late John White, of this city. ; The couple, both, popular mem- i bers of Osceola society and mem-1 I bers of prominent families, were . married at Hernando, Miss., on tCct. 15 but had kept their wed- tding a secret until Wednesday . night when they- announce^ it . to 'a small group at the bride's home. | Miss Smith who has been .secretary to E. H. Burns and Miss Inez Kincaid, county agent and home demonstration agent, for the past five years, is a graduate of Osceola High School and also attended Mississippi State College for -Women at Columbus, Miss., and Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. M;-. White attended Kentucky Military Academy. Lyndon. Ky., and. Western Military Academy, Alton, 111., followed with two years at the University of Arkansas. He is engaged in farming. Mr. and Mrs. White are at home in the Davis Apartments. Should Be Baked Early Wilson Youth Enlists In United States Navy William Edward. Turner, 17, of Wilson, has enlisted in the United States Navy through the Memphis recruiting office, it was announced today. Baptists To Burn "Paid In Full" A note burning service commemorating the payment of an original $34,QOO loan for the erection of the educational building of the First Baptist church, will be conducted at the'church Sunday morning at the; ten o'clock hour, the Rev. Alfred M." Carpenter, pastor, announced today. "A check for $4,145 covering the last installment of the original loan was placed in the mail Monday/ Alvin Huffman, chairman of the Board of Deacons, will be in charge of the service. Others who will take part will include Charles S. Lemons, chairman of the finance committee, Marion Williams, treasurer, and trustees and deacons ot the church. . • Two of the oldest charier members of the church will be asked 10 burn the bonds, those in charge stated. Special* music in keeping with the service is being arranged under the direction of Mrs. Paul L. Tipton. , t*i •. $J?'*r -: Christmas fruit cake and dish combined Wilson Society—Personal "Miiiii 1 ." Theme of j December Club Meeting. Miss ^Etbel Jpy Brown, an ac- ccnhpli.shed , violinist, accompanied on-the piano by her mother, Mrs. R. lBat.es Brown, of Memphis, \vere guest artists at . -the December meeting of the Wilson. Cooperative club, at its meeting on Thursday agterncon. The club house was attracthely decoral/sd in.the Yuletide colors of red and green, with large hangings of mistletoe winter evergreens, tied with "red satjn ribbon. BY MRS. GAYNOK MAODOX NEA Service Staff Writer Christmas is straight ahead, -so chat means it's time to begin thinking of fruit cake recipes. The longer -fruit cake mellows the bet- ':er its tastes. Therefore it's better ;o bake your Christmas cakes as seen as possible. Every year for many years' Lucy Maltby has' worked out a new Christmas fruit cake recipe '"exclusively lor this column. So successful are Miss Maltby's fruit :akes that readers by the score write in asking for more. This 1940 recipe will be no exception [t is comparatively easy to make BUSY HOUSEWIFE FRUIT CAKE (2 : j'i pounds fruit cake) Cue cup seedless raisins, 1 eight- •junce can diced fruits and peels. L cup.nut meats, walnuts or pecans (1-4 pound); 21-3 cups flour, 1; teaspoon baking powder, 1-4 tea- spcon soda, 'i teaspoon salt, V- teaspoon nutmeg. H teaspoon cin-! namoii. V:--.teaspoon allspice. V-- R IMPLEQ r EXTERNAL CAUSE +J , Clearing-up help aided by eermi- | cidal action of Black and White the mixed and'Ointment. Soothes out burn and sifted drv ingredients' qirpnntelv itch. First try does it or your money «.ith H-• ,Ju-* -S * - alteinateij b k ^ vital in cleansing is good with ths.milk. Stir m the fruit. O ap, use Black and White Skin Soap. molasses. sifted Turn into two greased leaf pans and hake in slow oven (275 degrees F.) for about l 5 /^ hours: Townssnd Club No. One Meets Tonight Townsend Club , No. One will meet, tonight with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ogle at 609 South* Lake street at 7:30 o'clock, it was announced today. Those in charge .stated -that it was a special meeting and therefore all members were urged to attend. DANCE EVERY SAT. N^GHT BLUE ROOM HOTEL NOBLE BONNIE-BUTTER STEAK SANDWICHES SERVED H APPY GRO.& H OUR MKT. P&tt DELIVERY W. ftfcain St, Pbonr 15 Phillips . of Batpn Rouge, houseguest of Mr.' and' Mrs. Tom .Phil-. iip,s, Mjss.May Dixon; J. E/Hasson. r . Little Rock ; sV'TJbiiHTd;. • Wertz :': ipf 1 1" Osce' ' ' and ola. Continue Week of Prayer Week of prayer;for foreign missions was continued at a Woman's Missionary Union service Thursday afternoon at, the First Baptist church. The program was again on the theme of the week, "The Prince of Peace:'The Only Hope of the World." 1 The devotional was given by Mrs. Jesse Reeder. Mrs. J. Q. Barnes sang a solo, "Sweet peace, the Gift of God's Love." Prayers were offered by Mrs. R. W. Wooten and Mrs. C. E. Johnson. Speakers on the program and for a party Thursday night. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games in which I Entertains Club their subjects were: Mrs. Walter Bishop, "Schools on the Foreign Fields"; Mrs. Marion Williams, "Teaching on the Foreign Fields"; Mrs. "Kendall Berry, "The Lighthouses on the Foreign Fields"; Mrs. Ben Harrison, "Value of the' Printed • Page." for ^he meeting ; which was opened with prayer by Mrs, H. O. Eggeris- perger.' -Mrs. O. ;..E.. ! Quellmalz~.'\ya:s leader of the program. 5 Miss 'Betty. Jean ••Hill, -'accompanied' "on -the piano by Earl B. Snyder Jr., sang: "The Rosary," Taking part in the dedication service were Mrs. Fredj Fleeman, Miss Helen Moore and Miss Martha Sibley. Mrs. Hmr:an Rimer presided over the business .session which was followed with a social hour. The hostess served punch., and cookies. * • * t A. A. U. W. To Hjivc Program On Religion "Modern Trends in Religion" is the subject of the program to be presented Saturday at the meeting of the local 'chapter of the American Association of University Women at the Hotel Noble at 12:30 o'clock. Mrs. J. S. McCants. of Osceola, tor. Josephine, spent Tuesday in Memphis. Miss 'Brown, whose-age is elev-' teaspoon cloves. ^ cup shortening, enr: is an outstanding violinist-, j i cup sugar, i egg, 1-4 cup mo' lasses. 2-3 cup thick appiesauce. /Wash and dry raisins; add cut fruit-, and chopped, nut meats. Sift together flour, baking powder, £;cUCsalt and spices. Cream short-, -cmrrr. add sugar gradually and! haying played at concerts throughout ; the -/South, and having brcad- j'cast:! over'' WMC a .number of times. She; is'',& pupil of Mr; Joseph Habe * of.-Memphis, and 'has'a very beip i of -Memphis premising .future in the mvisical .Louisville, Ky,,".'" has returned /home. ; "v. .,"'. ; Murray Smart" is able to be" t out after having undergone an operation in Memphis recently. :' : '-Mrs/ Pearl Hires, Mrs. Franklin Atkinson and Mrs. Raymond'Peari- gen spent Thursday in Memphis. Mrs. A. Comvay is in Memphis today. She went down with Mrs. Godfrey White. Mrs. Rivers Dickinson is spending ten 'days in Osceola with her son, Richard Dickinson, and family. wcfl^:;. The,, following-v•'program ft! ^'eam^^until fluffy. Beat in .'.egg mti&c wasv, rendered: l "Liebesfreijciy r ^f»y' m&assVs. Add'the flour rhi» Krejsler, "Preds -en rair,,'- ;Warlock-- Szigeti. "Schoen Rosmarin.'' Kreis- lerfl "Waltz 1 ; Brahms. "Glair "De j Luiie%''Debussy, "•Yptn";,:'de Falla, i 1st) Movement, of ;E Miner Cbn- certb. Mendelssohn." and" "Prelude' 1 tyvJoy Brown.' the last nientionecl nuitiber being a composition by M$f Brown. : • Mrs?: Rex. W. Wilktr> was wel- r'med "as a J 1Q>V . ^smber of'"the club". ;'ahd; : the- 'hostesses for this meeting • were Mrs. .:E'. • M." 1 Chiles, Mrs; ;.W. B. Bur-kfitt: - 'Mrs; .Ella "Miss 'Jane McAdams is, improv- jfarn'scri.. Mrs. Joe^i/iviiller.- Mrs.-J. ing after :having been ill of n w . 'S'iayton and Mi-s.- Charles Xv. streptpcoccic throat infection for a few days. " Drane Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Adams. Jr.. is ill at his home. Division and Hearn streets. Mi-, and Mrs. J. Merrill Jontz will lead the program. Hostesses spent Thursday in Memphis. - _ i. , i ...:ii i *r — y I Mrs O O Hardawav nnH { Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson was high and Miss Frances McHaney, • second high scorer. Mrs. G. S. Barnes entertained members of the Bi-Monthly Bridge club i Tuesday afternoon for <\ The Christmas scheme was also party at her home. carried out in the luncheon deco- t rations for Mrs. John F. Lenti's 1 Thursday Contract club party. Mrs. J. T. Phillips of Baton Rouge, La., houseguest ol Mr. and Mrs. Tom. Phillips, uas a guest. Club prize went to Mrs, Henry [[ - Humphrey and Mrs Phillips was presented a gill * t Club 28 Has Monthly Dance At Woman ? s Club -Mr.:; and Mrs. Russell Farr,- Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard and Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Crafton enter- ill tained membeis of Club 28 arid Kj gu.eos Thtirsday night at the Wo- 1!| man's club al the monthly dancin: lit party.' . \ A Christmas scene featuring | Santa eiaiio and his reindeer vw* I arranged on the clubhouse mantei | Other holiday decorations included I the centerpiece of silver ornaments i reflected, in a mirrored plateau on ] the supper table. .1 After ,three hours ^of :'. dancing, [f| supper was served buffet, .style at " midnight ' Guest list incfuded: Mr. and Mr.>. -Louis "Applebaum, Mr. and C, G. vRedman. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nash. •' Mr." arid Mrs. Paul Pryor. Ij-f Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee. Mr. |i/;- and Mrs. John :• F.. ReinmUier^ Mr. and Mrs x Oscar Bailey, Mrs. J. T. Mrs. John Featherston \vas high c corer in the bridge games dcr'mg \t afternoon. A dessert plate with coffee was served. * * •»• All Club Members Attend Bridge Parly All members of the ADC Bridge club attended the party given for the luncheon will be Mrs. C. L. Moore. Miss Lillian Patterson, both of Osceola. and Mrs, O. E. Quellmalz and Miss Effie Lee Ter^ roll. Bunco Club Meets Mrs. Herman Grimes and Mrs. C. B. Kettinger entertained *,he Wednesday Bunco club with a party Wednesday afternoon at the Grimes home. Beali; Mrs. Martha W.- Angler of Mem- phi.s' r .-who is now managing.. Uie career of "Miss Brown, "and who acccmpanied the party from Memphis. : announced the personal ap;- pearance and stage concert of Miss ^Teanette' MacDonald in .Memphis, -on January 16th. Mrs. Sophia "Gardner. Mrs. Carl ture 'alternately "''with the ;apple- ?0uce:"sfir fruit and niits ' into cake hatter. Pour into a well- greased one and one-half quart beat resistant glass casserole. Dec- crate top with almonds, citron strips and chopped nuts, if desired. Cover and bake, in a slow oven <275 'decrees F.K for. about 2Vv hours.' From' Maine comes another sim- cle American fruit cake,, aken .from -•' Marjcrie Mosser's - "Good Maine Food." It's simp!?- enough even for f-he inexperienced cook. Eoth ' these Cliristmas cakes, made now and put away until D£C?m'osr "5. wi 1 ! inakt' highly acceptable shifts when tied with red ribbon holly. MAINE FRUIT CAKE High prize wenl, 1.0 Mrs. Claude . - B _ u> whQ is crilicaUv G. Briley. low to Mrs. Pete Boney • n,ir! r>-r,r-oHv>r» f r> AS"v«i nlflvonrp T*T Mrs. O. O. Hardaway and Miss Mary Eunice Layson. spent Thursday in Memphis. • Mrs. J. H. Smart, Jr.. and daugh- \' Rn &\ Mr. ••• Joseph Raber- were, also teiv Lanelle, and sons, Jimmy and : "special guests from Memphis. Mrs. Don, have returned from Union! vv. J. Ludwig. chairman of the City, Tenn., where they spent sev- music department, was in' charge eral days with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. \ Cloar. Leonard, Walter and J. B. Holt of St. Louis, and their brother-in- law. Paul Johnson, also of that city, have arrived to be with their and traveling to Mrs. Clarence E. White Jr. A Christmas scheme was carried on? iti the tallies nud sandwich plate served at the conclusion of aesday afternoon by Mrs. James \ Uie games. Terry nt her homn. A rle. c ; ^rt plate was fjiirved :h(* games in which Mrs. Charles Langstcn was high and Mrs. William Young, second high .scorer. * + i Club Has Party Members of tho Town and Country cl\ib wcro guests for 3 a parv.,; Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. O. G. Caudill. Mrs. C-. ,R,. Wroten was hish and Mrs. O. W. McCut.c.hcn. 'srronri high in the games. Tl\p hos'ess Ts Bits of News Mostly Personals Work Themr "Missionary Work in the Home and Foreign Fields" was discussed by Miss Irene Morgan ai the meeting of the Wesleyan Guild of the Fir.st Methodist church 'Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. E. B. Williams. * Fifteen' members .wcr Mrs. Stella Reedy has returned from a four months' visit, iii Grand Rapids. Mich., with her nephew. OU Cravens. i Mrs, J. I. Seay. Sr.. and Mrs. ,F. JT. Sray. Jr.. both of Memphis, spent j Thursday hero with Mr. and Mrs. JT. I. Seay and family. Mrs. W. L. Horncr and Mrs. Harry W. Haincs are spending today in Memphis. Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard us spending a few days in Brownsville. Trnn.. with Mi.ss Jo Mcux. S!^e went, there Wednesday. Mrs. A. G. Shiblry and daugh- Legion Auxiliary Members In Little Rock Five members of the locaf American Legion Auxiliary went 'o Littlr Rock Thursday for the state conference of. the Auxiliary. They were Mrs. Mike Mnroney. Mrs. "Ed Cook, Mrs. H. C. Holder, Mrs. W. A. HolUngsworth and Mrs. George Roth. The local group received the attendance prize awarded on o basis of, number of members attending and thp number of miles they traveled. ' Rev. Albert Smith To Hold Service Here of the program. * ''ctillirn Club • Plan Christmas At a mating of the members of Uie Cotillion Chib held at -the icme of Mrs.. Leo Wesson . president. Wednesday morning-, •arrangements were r.iurb for the an-' n'ual Christmas clniu-r to be given by the "club on Friday. December. ?Gth. -Mrs. Jack Drop] I. Mrs. Rufus S. Branch. Mrs. vv. F. Wilson and Mrs. S. A. Rryrnelci JUT the committee in clinryr ol arrangements. Mrs.. Albert Grennvrli and Mrs. were hostcssps nt the " Onr cup tutt-er. 1 cup sugar, nip scur milk. 1 teaspoon soda. ^ -.up molasses. '2 cups raisins. -up currants. 2V cups flour. .: a ,2s.-'.«-: teaspoon cloves. 1 :pccn'cmiamon. 1--1 cup shredded :Hron. 1-4 teaspoon mace, 1-8 teaspoon salt. Cream butter: gradually add r,imar.-..thcn the beaten eggs .and meeting and dance of Die Cotil- 'ic-n Club held on Thursday ni^hi at the "club hbusr. Dnncinp, \vasi enjoyed by a lari;t> crowd of con- ' pies and stags, followed by n buf- f?t supper lato in t.hr nvoninj. R ELS EVE stuffiness and misery this proved way: Melt a spoonful of Vtcks VapoRub in boiling water, then breathe in the steaming medicated vapors. THEN AT SEDTIME. rub VapoRub on thro«it and chest to get full benefit of its long-continued action while you sleep. And you will be delighted with ^ VAPoRu* want Tlic R^v. Albert Smith, of Jon<xs- boro. will conduct services Sunday morning at the Second Baptut church, at 10:00 o'clock, according to announcement made today. The visiting minister is well known here having formerly made his homo near this city. 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