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Saturday, December 28, 1940
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PAGE TWO gLYTBEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social •MONDAY'S EVENTS Prosperity club having party, 8:00 o'clock, at Woman's club. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs: John C. McHaney entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Bachelors' .club "having'• dance ^ at city auditdruim, 10:00 o'clock. , Mrs. J.- C. Ellis entertaining Town' and^rCountry, club for lunch at Hotel-Noble, one o'clock. "WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. .Otto Scrape entertaining .ADC.Bridge club.' Delta .Contract club meeting with Mrs. W. D. McClurkin. . .•THURSDAY'S "EVENTS Mrs. - Elton Poster entertaining Y. M. B. club. Cee-Que Bridge club meeting with. Miss Prances Holland. Mrs.,J.,J. Cookston having Thursday Bridge club. Delta Delta , Delta club having tea lor^.-Miss'.Sara' Jo: Little, 4:30 to €:00 o'clock ;at the home of Mrs. jaermon , Carlton. PJUDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Charles G. Morehead and Miss Nancy Kirshner entertaining at\Kirshner home for Miss Sara Jo Little.. Presenting a Good Steer On Style -^ . •/ Helen Lucille Oldham Is Bride of Mr. Julian. - Mr. and Mrs. F. L, Oldham ol HoUarid, ;Mp.. announce the marriage of-their daughter, Helen Lucille,' -to - Herbert Julian of thk .city.'" : '';''' ' ; ' .'' .;-..''' /The wedding took place at Steele, Mo., Christmas /Eve. Their attendants were Miss Ruby Nell Ogle, H. B. Sheppard and Glen Stroud. The '-bride was'-graduated .from Holland high school In 1939. She ;has taken .an -active interest in .athletics -in -the vicinity of Blytheville. The bridegroom, only son of Mrs. G. 'J/ Whittle, is at present employed with C. C. Langston Gin Company and has farming inter- •csts with his father near Number Nine. *• * * Tfcmber Of Guests lAtcnd Club 2& Dance A number of gueste attended the Club 28 Christmas Dance Friday night in the Blue Room of the cpuld invite a guest to this party. •Colie .Stoltz and his orchestra 01 Memphis played for the nffau Avhich began at 10:00 o'clock.. F. B. Joyner, president of the club, ana L. E. Old Jr., secretary, and Mrs. Old xeceived the .guests. Garlands of red and white from which -were Irung icicles provided a Christmas setting. Among the guests were: Miss ieah Davis of Senatobia. Miss.. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandeiur of Chicka§ha.. 'Okla., houseguests of Mr. ana MTS.-H. C. Holder, J. W. Marshal, of/ Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hasson,--6f Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose, Mi-, and Mrs. W. j. •Wunderlich,' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. -Norris. - Miss "-Mary Elizabeth Borum, Spencer, Alexander, ,1,a y.m on a Crump, Mr, and Mrs. George Matthews of Albuquerque. -N. M., house- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Matthews Sr.,'-Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watson oi Csceola, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie B David, R. B. Stout, Mr. and Mrs. Gadand cGillenwater, Mr. and Mrs. Louis'.Apple baum, W. S. Johnston Mr.jand Mrs. W. J. Pollard. , Mf. ; -and. Mrs. Everett B. Gee. ;Mr. ;,and' Mrs.. Arthur Vance, Mr. .and Mrs'. .John Deen, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hughes. ;Mr. and Mrs. -Charles Penn,'.;;M>. and -Mrs. Hugh flarbert, Clab-tojuive AnnualjEarty. The.'prosperity club will cele- .,.prate .its anniversary with a party at the Woman's club Monday night at 8:00 o'clock, officers announced today, ; :; Guests will .include members of the club.and their families. Ttf IJejtas «o Honor Bride-Elect With Tea.' Members of the local Delta Delta Delta club will entertain with a tea Thursday afternoon in honor of Miss Sara Jo Little, bride-elect «i Kavanaugh Francis. Bits of News Mostly Personals Byron Walker left this morning for Lexington, Va.. after having spent the Christmas holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs B P. Walker. He will spend a few days in Washington, D. C.. attending to business before taking up his studies at Virginia Military Institute at Lexington where he is n senior. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sherrick and son, Billy, of Frederick, Md. p will leave Sunday .for Memphis after having been the guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilson for Christmas They will visit Mr. and Mrs C. Lewis Wilson and family in Memphis before returning to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and daughter, Annalou. .spent Christmas Savory Dishes Suggested By Herb Cookery — i, ' J SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1940 By MRS. GAY NOR MADDOX NBA Service .Staff Writer Onion and minestrone soup are two international favorites. There are many variations of these pop. ular themes. However, Irene Botsford Hoffman's new "Herb Cookery" is so successful in pointing' ways to better eating, we might ii*e her .soup recipes for these two .specialties. MINKSTKONK ALLA XAI'OLI'IANA (serves (J) One cabbage, 2 carrots, sliced- 2 onions, sliced; 2 leeks, sliced;' l .stalk celery, sliced; 2 turnips, .sliced; 1-4 pound salt pork, 1 1-2 quarts stock, 1-2 cup rice <or macaroni), salt, pepper, French roll. Mince the salt pork and try out m saucepan; add onions and vegetables and shredded cabbage which has been soaked in salted water for half an hour. Pry all together, moisten with hot bouillon, and stew gently until all the vegetables are done. Boil rice or macaroni cut into short pieces; add to the contents of the saucepan and | continue to simmer until done ' " '' each one, then pour in the soup and serve with more grated cheese passed at the table. ONION SOUP II (serves 4)* Pour large onions (or l to each portion), l quart thin stock, any kmd; 4, tablespoons butter, 1-2 cup thin cream or rich milk, 2 **a yolks, salt, black pepper. 2 tablespoons grated par mesa n cheese. Slice and fry onions in butter i-.ntil yellow, .stirring constantly Diam off butter and add stock '»ny kind); simmer about 20 minutes. Season with salt and freshly ground pepper and remove to hot casserole in which it j s to be served. Mix egg yolks with cream and stir in hot soup. Add parmesan cheese, stirring well. Place 1 or 2 pieces well-toasted rreiich bread in each r.oup plate- put a spoonful of onions on *ach Piece and then a ladleful of s~oup Pass mere grated parmesan chees- •services in charge of the Rev. W. O. Bottenberg. The Rev. Mr. Bottenberg, district superintendent of Arkansas, Mis- "Whocver would demonstrate the healing of Christian Science must abide strictly by its rules, need every statement, and advance from soui-i and Iowa district, will be l the rudiments laid down " p 462 here for his ouartm-lv visit, tn rh,> ' ' The shirt is brightened across the front w , a, «„ to a , T S ?£° r fashion - Wedding Belles from Norway r ** 1 > . .* „ „ „ .. 7 here with the family of Dr and <<3eason with salt and "pepper. Mrs. Wilson. j Put slices of toasted French "oil Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parker and in . bot f om of a Lm ' G ™ and pour ihe ^•^^^^ S ^^^^^^^ Ha* Christmas Dance Thursday The Christmas dance of the was inglon University at St. Louis and the University of Arkansas from which he received his decree. H^ a member, of Lambda Chi acted as hosts. Former Local Girl Marcies IP St. Announcement has been made - oi -the marriage of Miss Mollie ficcpy of Memphis. ..daughter of Mr. •Bridge Tarty Givrn i For Sara -Jo Little Mrs. R. A, Nelson and her hoi.;< guest, Miss Allyce . tle Rock, entertained uith nf Lit- Mrs. Mildred Mayo returned Friday night from St. Louis where they had visited Mrs. Mayo's sister, Mrs. R. J. Brown, since Thursday. They were accompanied home by Mrs. R. M. Ingram, who had •spent the.-holidays with her daughter, Mrs. Brown. Mrs. F. B. Joyner and children are visiting Mrs. Joyner's parents and other relatives in Okemah Okla. Bill Godwin, who has been spending the holidays here with his grandparents, will leave for University of Georgia at Athens Monday. He will be in Memphis for the week end as the guest of a schoolmate, Green Keltner. and will -attend the Shriners' All Star game to be played there. Mrs. Belle Wood spent the holidays in Caruthersville. Mo with her sister, Mrs. Frank Eastwood and family and Miss Nellie Lee Dorroh. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Miley of Oklahoma City, Okla.. have returned to their home .after having been the guests of Mrs. «. R. Brandon and family and other friends here for Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Seeman have returned from El Dorado where the yspenl. the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little will leave this week end for New Orleans where they will attend the Sugar Bowl football game between the 'University 'of Tennessee and' Boston College. Sam H. Williams has Undergone a tonsiUectomy- at Memphis 'Baptist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Neill Reed and •family have returned from Little Rock where they spent the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Reed's pur- :nts. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wcide- meyer. Mrs. w. S. Johnston and daughter. Rosemary, air visiting in points of Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bryan Johnson of Oklahoma City. Okla.. are the jnissts of Mrs. Johnson's brother. Eddie Rcgenold. and family. W. H. Stovall hus gone to Pi- qun. O.. to drive :\ new ambulance here. Harry Haincs is ill at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs Harry W. Haines. 1025 W. Chickasawba avenue. Baptist •Church Is To P re,sen l "Stud en I .Nig.l it" "Student Nighf w iH br the cm- .phasis at tho night, .service of thr Firpt Baptist Church Sunday when an members o r thr church who hnve been away at college will ap- nr on (.he platform dunnc thr Millard Edds will preside nvr v fhr program assisted by (lie sivr.-- tary for th<* nieht. Mis* Winiivrci direction of Miss Wynetir 5 minestrone over them. Serve Very hot. Jt should be thick enough to be eaten with a fork as well as t, .spoon. ONION' SOUP I (serves 6') Four large onions (or l to each serving), 1 quart stock (add 1 cup for each extra portion), 4 tablespoons butter (add 1 tablespoon for each extra portion), salt, black pepper, freshly ground, thick slices or crusts of French, Italian or Vienna bread, parmesan cheese. Slice the onions in rings and fry in butter until light, brown, stirring constantly. Add stock and simmer for 15 to 25 minutes. If liquid has materially reduced, add enough boiling water for "the required amount. Salt and pepper to taste. Have ready slices of well- toasted bread, place them in soup pistes and cover with onion, spooned out in equal portions; sprinkle a little grated cheese over Pentecostal Church To Hold Rally Here The Central District of the Pentecostal Church of God will sponsor a full day of rally and fellowship on New Year's Day it lias been announced by the Rev. Clifford L. Thacker. pastor of the Full Gospel Tabernacle. ; The district consists of r;i.\ states : ^Arkansas. Missouri, Kansas, lllj- r-ois. Louisiana 'and .TenriesseV Ministers and -delegates .from various states will participate in the service as well as .present special .nusic. Day service will feature a basket- dinner and close with a watch ,night .service. The Rev. j. L. Mus- sravcs, district superintendent, and the Rev. H. A. Thomas, district V. Y. P. A. president, will be in •;hargc. Ministers and gospel workers arc invited to. attend, the Rev. Mr Thacker stated. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James A. -Overholscr, Minister Church school 9:45 am ' Morning- worship ii;00 am The sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Frank G. Smith. D D O f Omaha. Neb. " The evening service will not be held en this Sunday. Ycung People's meeting at 6-30 P.m. The program will be led b^ John McGill. ' Everyone is invited to attend the services of this church Visitors m the city are especially welcome. TEMPLE ISRAEL Herman Pollack, Rabbi 1:30 p. m. Sunday school classes will meet. 3 p. m. Services will be held in observance of Jewish Book Week Sermon will be .based on "Candles m the Night," a collection of stories on Jewish life by famous writers, edited by Joseph L. Baron The Torah. the Scroll, will be read m connection with the approaching new month. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH E. K. Sewall, pastor All members and friends will Please join with us Sunday in the closing services of the year. Church school. Iverson Morris superintendent, 9:45, a ; m:- ., i' "Morning worship,'10:50 a m Young Peoples' and Children's .Leagues. 6:45 p. m. Evening worship; 7:30 o'clock Lei us. close the year as obedient children of God. his quarterly visit to the church on Wednesday night. Everyone is invited to attend these services. "They say we're friendly." CHURCH OF CHRIST W. Main and Highway 61 Denton M. N'eal, evangelist Lord's Day .services: Preaching, ll;oo a.m. Communion. li:50 a.m. Young People's Bible class 7:15 p.m. Preaching at 8:00 p.m. Mid-Week services: Wednesday. 8:00 o'clock, Bible >Miciy and song practice. Thursday, 3:00 p.m. Ladies' Bible class. Radio services, KLCN. daily (except Sunday; 12:15 to 12:30 o'clock Sunday, 2:30 to 3:15 o'clock. You are invited -to each of -our services. You will find a hearty welcome with us. ' FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth Ceo. W. Patterson, Minister Bible school, 9:45 a. in., Russell Barham. superintendent. Worship and preaching 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m . The pastor will preach at both services. We most cordially invite the public. Strangers in our city especially invited. We'll try to you glad you came our way. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets H. J. Kleindienst, Pastor Divine worship, 10 a. m. Sermon subject: "Time Flies—What About It?" Sunday .school. 11 a. m. The Lutheran Hour over WMPS 12:30 and transcribed over KLCN at 3:30. Special New Year's Eve Service 8 p. m. Sermon theme: "God and the Turn of the Year." A cordial invitation to all to attend these services, and a God- blessed New Year! BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street 9:30 a. m. Bible school "A fully graded school". All visitors welcome. . herd. Included in {.he nuusiir porimn will br n malr quartet,! of Guy RodRprs. MUlnrri Erids Don wiihclm an:! Russell Fan-, and -A girls' trio of ,Inyce Sowrrs. were sachet, concealed in stiver Mis. nrryman nnd Kathleen Ashlrv. At The Hospitals BlytheviUe Hospital Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rose, city. Friday ni^in. a son. weighing eight, pounds and three ounces, who has been named Gary Wynne Rose. Mrs. Mary Ethel Simmons city, dismissed. Miss Emma Kaln Richards, city, dismissed. Miss Bertie Tmopson. city, dismissed. \V:ili$ Hospital Lawrence Germ mi, Stcclc. ad- Mrs. J. D. Smith, city, ad- mittcd . Henry P. Gestrins. Cooler, dismissed. Mrs. John McC;<nnon. New Liberty. dismissed. Mss. Earl Simmons ;UKi Dell, dismissed. Mr:;. Bryant dismissed . ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh ana Ash Streets S. A. Merrill, pastor 8:30 a. m. Radio program. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school'. John Davis, superintendent. 13:00 a. m. Morning worship 11:00 a. m. Children's church.' 7 -'45 p. m. Christinas program lucsciay. 7:45 o'clock, YcunV People's meeting. ° Friday. 7:45 o'clock. Bible study CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES llt> S. Broadway "Christian ,Science" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, and Christian Science Societies on Sunday Dec 29. The Golden Text is "The kingdom of heaven is like unto leaven which a woman took, and hid in three measures of meal, till tlte whole was leavened." Matthew 13,:$3 -Among the .citations whictot.'com- prise the Lesson-Sermon ,is the following from the Bible: "Blessed Is the man chat triisteth in the Lord, and whose hope the Lord is/' Jeremiah 17:7 The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the .Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy: CARD OP APPRECIATION English words are incapable oi expressing the appreciation and gratitude we desire to express to each individual who .so amiatty and kindly helped during the death and burial of "Our Beloved Son FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLti Lilly and Vine streets Clifford L. Thacker, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Worship service, 11:00 a m P. Y. P. A., 6:30 o'clock. Evangelistic service, 7:30 o'clock Tuesday, 7:30 o'clock, P. Y. P. A . Friday, 7:30 o'clock prayer meeting. FIRST MLTHOmST CHURCH E. B. Williams, pastor 9:45 a.m. Church school,- S. K. Garrett, superintendent. We have a class for every age. - 10:55 a.m. Regular worship service. The Rev. W. F. Coolcy, pastor of the Methodist church at Bentonville, will bring the message, using the subject, "How Will it All End?" 6:45 .p:m. The young people will meet in their respective departments. 7:30 p.m. Regular worship service. Message by :l;o pastor.. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth Kev. Alfred Carpenter, Pastor 9:30 a. m. Bible School. 10:45 a. m. Morning worship service. Special music. Sermon— "Girding for the New Year." The .Rev. Alfred Carpenter. Service will .be broadcast over KLCN. 6:30 p. m. Training Union. 7:30-p. m. "Student Night". Special service by the students in college and high school. The public is invited to attend. LUXORA METHODIST CHURCH Martin A. Bierbaum, pastor Sunday school at 10 a.m. Mrs. Sue Brown, superintendent. Morning worship service at 11 'a.m. Sermon: "Beginning the New Year Right." Junior League at 6 p.m Young Peoples' League at c-30 p.m. Evening worship at 7 pm Sermon: "Forgetting the Past and Facing Forward." You .are cordially invited to come and worship with us. Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Orer Joe ISAACS' Stor* Phone 540 On/ SATURDAY JOHNNY MMK to these services. riLGKT.M TABERNACLE 110 Cherry Street ' »:4y a.m. Sunday school. Mrs O w. Doss, superintendent 11:00 a.m. Worship .service Scr- nini topic. "God. Our Guide for thr New Year." 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Pravnr Jerome. Tliough cur sorrow seems unendurable, your innate thoughtfulness and innumerable kindnesses, expressed by 'tokens of celestially beautiful flowers and so many sympathetic and considerate actions, has in a great measure helped us to endure it. Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Jerome and Family. O ; .borno. Manila. Mrs. j. w. O.sbnj-nr. Manila, di.s- nu.ssod. G. C. Canada. Manila, the dinini: table. From ono large bell supported on a white archway extended the smnller invocation. An interesting item on the »rn- •mm li'tl! U« il.-L :..i_ • * »H[)<i s t Hospital Cleason McDonald. Ef.ovvoh » r \~ mitterl. Sam II. William:;. t .|,. v afiin jti Ol 1 (. ' Hospital Cootrr, ad- Henry F. Gcstrin- greenery wns rc •party rriday ight at, thr to Mi. sided here. formedv re- , t series of parties prior to her wedding to Kavanaugh Francis Jan. !). Tii." . «"•& v.*.i cxnviui Mhp. >vririo V>r.^ U«~.. „• -/. ,. K<v«V. -bride has been visiting }i*r . .sister. Mrs. Braxton Smith, and family. . Air. and -Mrs. Jennings left for a wedding trip to .Chicago 'alter which, they will live at'Alton Mrs. Jennings has made her .home in Memphis for several years the dessert plate served at the conclusion of th games were arranged ic cream molded in the shape of a \vcdding bell and ornamented with the fiq- ° f C " i yellow. ket fillcri u-ith v»ii« * H ""* white a decora «on dw- fine' was graduated from Jonesboro high, school and attended. Arkan- flowers.. sas r State college and the Univers-'*-- -•--•••• ' oj Arkansas where she was a mL- , vu LU K ber of'Pi-^ta-piii:, , ! host^s ,-The bridegroom attended Wash- ' Tallies" featured C " pid and n ' VhUc and decorated in JJ?« he « crocheted flower has- by her bride. Favors in a mirror. Prizes in t-be games won). | 0 Miss Mildred Moore for hi^h- and Miss Mary Spain Usrpy f or high. _Mr.s. J- H. Oxnian of Roscllr. w. J- houscgucft of Mr. and Mrs G. H. Grear. was the onlv out ot town guest. GREATEST MINE DISASTER In an explosion at Monorgah West Virginia, in December" o! 19CJ. 358 men were killed-.-the greatest loss of lives in any United States mine disaster. von Ralston, by the presidio O r7i- cer. fr t" E. Edcis will roprrscu:. i,hr parent of thr sludenl,s on tiir program with thr rpadir.o O f -in "Cpcn Letter to SUidr t :K" D ' cn Birds Jiftvr fhp i vo loped vision -,,. • uunan life. A bin ; !y at short, (ib,i ;t! are able io cio M> heights, a;; h\ thr c • > m and Miss Eugenia Craw i 1aWKS< anti il ", hie lily dc-j ;ili anirnul on i .srr accunite- l '-?-\ they' t'rnm incredible! '•'-'"• of buzzards,! |ord will talk on "My Most Tmoo- , at College" ana ^Better Oppormnitie.s in Collie t.ifc Today" respectively. Nai Brittain. educational director of t)ic Sea gulls break open shellfish by dropping them from a height onto rocks below. ' * On the average, motorists in New South Wales. Australia, run their cars for about 10 years. Read Courier News want ads. church, will ^pcak briefly on w Investments for College Youth me program will close with mcoitation in which, the trio w«! assist. The students then will h,vo a fellowship hour at the home of the pastor. The Rev. Alfred cir pcntcr. v Ofe lie Fo SgOCd farni land near p, n n Biythevillc. WHldlvide in tracts AH under cultivation. Near Hi-h- way. Box M, c/o Courier 28-pk-l PRESCRIPTIONS— S*f« - - Accurate Tour PrcscriptioD Fowler Drug Co Main * rirrt 141 ALL TIMES We're ulof COLORS color fading, no running & pattern is PRESSING all haSwir; ^ Rest at our s and ifs proper, - Try us next nuich. better! it costs IK> more For Better Laiu.ui.ry and Dry Cleaning A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Cartcon & Serial "Green Archer" •Ccatinupus ?ho\v till II:.SO p.m. SUNDAY & MONDAY MrOEViNE RfcctaAliEH PortrHAU laramoiiiu News <fc Comedy. Continuous show Sunday Phone Ritz 224 phone Roxv . LISTEN TO KLCN a-m.~12:45 p.m.-4:30 BOXY SATURDAY Wrr Cartocn \, Serial "Deadwood f>: C K- Continuous bhow tin H:3Q p.m. SUNDAY & MONDAY ROSERPRYOR-EVEflRDEM-CUFF EDWARDS CUM SCVANS • VtRA )', Inc. Fox News & Comedy. :

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