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PAQwTWO BLYTHBVILLB, (ABK,)' COURIER NEWS Bridal Couple Honored Second Lieut, and Mrs.' Milton £te\enson Tliurston were guests ol honor' at a dinner and dancing party nt the Skyway of Hotel Peabody; Memphis, last, night following their wedding here. Lieutenant and Mis. Tliurston, accompanied by a group of friends, motored to Memphis Immediately nltei the ceremony perfoimed at fi o'clock-at First Christian Church. ' Guests included Lieut, and Mrs. Edward White of .Memphis, Mrs. George Adams and Miss Pearl Cartwiiglu of Osceola; L. T. Moore Jr., and Lieut. O. J. Gude of Die BljtlwlHe Army Ah Field. Mrs. Tmjrston Is the former Miss Anita Fay Beck. After a visit iu New Orleans. Lieuleutinl Thurslo'n md lits bride will go lo Eglln DHd r"!a., where hcMs stationed. Complitnenis Bridge Club Mrs. John caudtll entertained members of Club Eight' yesterday afternoon nt her home, when Mrs. WiUiam Dolen also wns a guest Spring flowers were used for decoration throughout the room's where tlie guests played bridge. In the games, Mrs.' Part) 'Jotic was awarded tlie high score prize and Mrs. H. G. PartloW. second. Tiie hostess • served n dessert course and coffee. * *. • Four Guests At Club Mrs. R. P. Kirslmcr entertained members of the Thursday Luncheon Club. yesterday afternoon .. ab her home, willi. Mrs. Vniice Nbr- flect Mis W A Aftllck, Mrs J If. Bell and Miss Nancy Kirshner A low bowl of Spring flowers formed the centerpiece, of the 'din- Ing table where the guests \«ii«, served the : t«'o course luncheon'. ..Mrs. Norflcet received the high score prize tmd Mrs: E. B. Gee second high in the bridge games. Given At Armoiel Economical Dessert Oia-fashloned chocolate polalo cake is economical dessert, Potatoes Beecmie Key Wartime Food BY MRS. GAYNOR MADDOX NKA Service Staff Writer Potatoes . provide energy, that very imixntant vitamin c, and oilier vitamins, Iron, .some protclii, bulk mid alkalinity. They are not rationed and can be grown locally almost everywhere, ror these rcns- oiis Ihej are a key wartime food. rile potato cakes given below nre illck-to-lhe-rib food, not fluffy ur- fairi They make n fine luncheon The chocolate potato cake Is a substantial dissert [caturu. H con- Inlns eggs iind milk and therefore should " ... Mis E w Devcreiux of Hnl Ce'burg Miss the founer Miss Boils Anderson, wi\s comrJllinonled wilh a shower Wednesday after- ijoqn. 'given by Mrs. Jessie Ride- uour, Mrs. T. R. Watson, Mrs. Max' Watson nud Miss Anna Rldenour at the Ridcnour. home in Armorel. ~In the games plnyeil, prizes were 1 awarded to Mrs. John Maycs ami Miss Marguerite Matliews. •- Following the opening of tl\c' f ifts-.by the honored guest, Ihe ostoss served a salad plate with iced drinks to the '30 present. ' ^ ' *:- ' f Bric!e-Eleei,Honored f r * Miss Julia Limblrd, who will lie jfiaid of lionor In Hie wedding of Sirs ^Elaine Anderson Ford and Heibeit Sapin of St. Ixiuls which Jvill Jte solemnized Sunday 'hfter- 310011, entertained rfith an infor- Jnal breakfast this morning at iio-' tel Noble in special compliment to 'Jhe bride-elect. . . ' , ! Yclloi,', jonquils and orchid Sta- Jice \\ere arranged iix a crystal powl, flanked with yellow tapers in crystal .candelabra, to form a. centerpiece for the table at which the iguests were seated. The guest list, was liniiled to the most intlnmte friends of the guest of honor, who will leave Blythevllle Jo make her home, in Joncsboro Jollowmg her niarrlage. f 1 - ,,».'*:*: 3!RS. BORUM ENTERTAINS 1IER CLUB, THREE GUESTS Mrs Edgar P". Boruin entertflinKl the Thursday Contract Club yesterday afternoon at her home, wheii Mrs H W Wyllc, Mrs. Fred Ruth- )erford and Mrs. "Marvin Robinson [Were : o.tliir "guests. ' ! ' -Spring flowers were used throughout the entcrtsining rooms where the guests played bridge. ' . In the games, high ^ score was awarded- 1 Mrs. Robinson, second _lngh, Mrs Henry. Humphreys. Light refreshments were served .at the conclusion of the games. • * t T\)'0 GUESTS ATTEND .Mm- WEEK •• CI.DB' PARTY Mrs R T. Reichef arifl Mrs. E. R. Lancashire were giiesls of Mrs. Harry Halnes yesterday when she entertained the. Mid-Week club nt her home - Spring flowers- were "used Iri the livisg room vdiere the giiesls were Seated at small tables for a dessert course served wllh coffee. . In the bridge games which followed, high score was awarded to Mrs Walter Pope and guest prize !o Mrs. Reichel. * » _ • MRS. ELRIDGE HOSTESS TO C. N. B BUNCO CLUB. . Tne G. N. B. club met last night st '.he home of Mrs. Clyde Eldrlge jvith all members present. , In the bunco games, high score was awarded Mrs. W. C. Colston Mrs Harold Meek received dish Idaho 'Po(;i(o Pancakes SK ni'dlum Idaho potatoes, cup milk, .5 tablespoons flour, teaspoon salt, 2 egg.s. , • leuspoon pepper .. itiakc a lliln batter of the milk, flour, salt, pepper and beaten eggs Peel <iml grate the potatoes. Drain' well and add to batter. Drop by spoonfuls onlo hot skillet,' grensed with bacon fat dr shortening. Fry brown and crisp and serve with spiced apple : sauce. and Mrs. Alvis Harris,, bunco. , . were used tliruugli- ' FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1943 Spring Style Trends-Capsuled For Shopping Convenience Bit* of News Mostly' Personal Mrs, Nclll Heed, Mrs. Ed Cook and Mrs. Eddie liurk left today for Llllle fiock us delegates to (he American Legion Auxiliary conVcn- lion which Is lo be callwl a rehabilitation meeting'; Mrs. AlOrcd Malheljat, national president from Almedii, call!'., will address tJio'dr- ganlwillon, p of which Mrs, Nelll Heed is the second vice president . The following, people, went to tAt'iiUieisvJlli'. ixio., yesterday for lim f micro I of Mrs. Emma Crooks' Hi; liev. O. J, Chnstaln, the R ev 6 H. Wilfoid, P. E. Cooley, Mrs. C n Wilson, Mrs, M, C. Outlaw, Mrs Tom W. Jackson, Mrs. E. ]'. Hardln' Mrs. Clmrlc.s Ray Ncwcornl), Mrs' W. A. Stlckmon, Mm. Sally Ifuljlcr, Mrs. Hoy Head, Mrs. O, V. Daws, Mrs. W: Owen Blue, Mrs. Travis Brooks and 'Mrs. Pearl Hires. , K. It. Ertc.s, former ii^enl for Cotton Belt railroad here, Is recuncf- nlliig from a serious Illness at Ihe C'ollon Jiclt Hospital In Tcxurknnn Ark. ' lit; PreA Child will leave tomorrow for I.ltde Hock where he will attend a meeting of the Stale Hoard of Denial Examiners of which he is a member. Mrs. B. H. Allen, who hos been .confined lo her home for two ivri'ks because of Infhicciza, Is illghlly Improved today. be regarded also as a "i. ; •" •>• source of protein In the menu If "°™ Ul .v Wr| Sl>'. daughter of Mr. ' divide M" ?.'"' M™._Pncy Wright, is ill of u your i 'mlly Is small, divide the in half and bake In .•jmallc." pan. id infection. Mr. and Mrs. Rum II, Williams ha vt .returned from a week's visit wllh their daughter, Virginia, who at lends Fnssifcrn School at Hcn- C'liacoliilc Pntalo Cake One cup .shoncnlng, 2 cups sugar, , - OBKS, •> sqtinrcs chocolate,, melted | lta ' snllv iHe. N. C'. cup mashed potatoes. I clip mlik' I c - J - c f' !> "c Is seriously '1 cups flour, ;i teaspoons biiklnr; ' s '" lcv " Ic II( >s|>ltnl l>eca on 1 »«>- llmrl aliment. He Is unaV , ' powder, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, i teaspoon cloves. I teaspoon nutmeg'. cup walnuts, chopped. (he slioi'Unlng and sugar. Cream lion. Blend in melted choc fl Horn- - - ry .hvjred- w "l> C. J. Crane is seriously ill nt the mse of a - ~ ... ...table to receive visitors. Mr. alid Mrs. B. A. Lynch have returned from St. Louis where' llioy spent several <Jnys as the | Mrs. M. George has returned home from Memphis Baptist Hos- [illiil where she underwent an op- cralion. She will be confined to Is milk to make n smooth bailer. Add her home /or some time chopped walnuts and pour Into slendll- gi'cnsed pan " " Bake about oveii, 375. <leg. "f s'nuares aild dust With sugar. " 8\8>:2 .Indies.! Ralph BarmveTi' of' Cliarlcston, 1 hour In moderate (MO:, hns' moved to Blylheville to- tr (,' r'rml nil t ,1. i _ ._ _ . _ CUt ill Potted out the roniiis for' decoration. The hostess served a sandwich plate and cold , drjnks. It. AND I,. BUNCO CUIB iMF.KTS WITH MRS. CHKIIRY. The B. and U Club Kiel Wednes- dpy night wilh Mrs. Edgar Cherry for a bunco gnmc. Frlnes were awarded Mrs John- lie Hiekmnn for high, Mrs I3ea- trlce Downs low and Mrs. Chenv bunco. ' At the conclusion of Hie games -he hostess served n sandwich >late and cold drinks. « * < DINNER IS GIVEN WF.UNESUAY NIGHT Mr and Mrs. Carl n. Couchman entertained rcprcsrat.Ttii'cs -of tha Metropolitan Life Insurance! Com- >nny nnd their wives, Wednesday night with a dinner pnily at their ionic. Jonquils and sprays of forsytlila were nsed to tlecoratc the entertaining rooms. Dinner was served at the dining table covered with a linen cloth and lighted with white tapers burning iu crystal candelabra Included in the eight guests present were Mr. and Mrs. J A Ross of Osccoln. Keeping Up With The Men In Service " Ralph Paul Hints ts stationed nt FSumgutj Idaho, in the U. S Navy. Second T.ieut. Gene E. Bradley, Blytuevillc attorney. Is nt the staging area In New Orleans prior to receiving new orders. Since vol- iinteeiing In the Army ln s t June, Lieutenant Bradley was soon se- Icclcrt for OITIccr Cnndtdnte' School which he attended at Fort War- rcn, W.VB', ; Following his graduation, he was transferred lo \Vn?liliigton D c., for additional training in 'the .Qunrteriimler Corps 'before being ent' to New Orleans lale in ,hin- Kiry. Mrs. Brndlcy, who hnf, been wilh lim since he entered the Army is •isitlng Jiiiigc nnd Mrs. Knl B HnirlEon en route lo PiygnK where she is to ninkc:. her home for luratlon. . - become inniinycr of Local Truck powdered System hero, ' siiccecd'ing JI'. H. Htonc, who resigned to accept another iiasition in the city. Cmwfoid M. Noule is attendiiiB AT FIRST SIGN OF A 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS Call For SHIRLEY'S BEST At Better Grocers Everywhere. It Bakes Better With Less Shortening. • BUY WAR BONDS what you save! the At The Hospitals Walls llosiiilal Admitted— Mntnlc Thompson, Deering, xro Shirley Aim 1 Wlillficlii, cooler' Mo. ' Mrs. 'Clnvdy Ellis, dly. Dismissed— Mrs. Kate Bunch, city. lll.vtbevillc Hosiiitnl Admitted- Mrs. Dan Necdliam, Bt. 3, city C. J. crane, city. Memphis Mclbodist Hospital Admilicil— Arden Mo. Memphis Haplisl'Hospital Admitted— Bobby Dradbury, Manila. W. C. Campbell, city. Paul Oettlngs, llayti. Mo. Mrs. J. \v. Cox. 'Hcrmondale, Mo. Bryan Rogers, Spelgli, Ciinithersvlllc, In large busls, anti-fieezc solution is not placed in the radiators, ns the amount of critical material which would be renutrcd to supply Ihose vehicles With anti-Crccxn solution would be greater thnn Die amount of gasoline consumed in letting the motor Idle to keep (lie rndlntor from freezing. (o business in Chicago for several days. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Rob-' inson of SI. Louis, .will • return here within-h few days from Hot Springs where they have been' spending a week. While away, their daughter and son, Susan and William Jr., are Biipsls of Mrs. Robinson's mother, Mrs. A. M. Butt, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose and Mr. Rose's mother, Mrs. !i. C. Hose, arc visiting in Hot Springs, where they are attending the races and taking a course,of baths. Mrs. Frank .Simmons lias recovered from n \veek'.s illness. rjr. nnd Mrs. G. S. Atkinson spent today in Memphis where he attended a war sessions meeting of tin; American College of Surgeons, open to physicians of Arkansas, Tennessee and Mississippi. Mrs. Rene !•;. Bradley and daughter, Milllcent Ann, of Pigsott, are guests of Iheir cousin, Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, and family, for several days while .Mrs. Bradlcy's mother, Mrs. Ovovcr Myers of Piggott, is at Blytllevillt: Hospital following a Highway «] accident In which she was lim ised and shaken. The Joiner school bus struck the rear of the Bradley cur Tuesday but ho one was injured except thai Mrs Myers had a possibility of developing pneumonia so she was re- ovcd to the hospital for several days. The rear of the car wris damaged inn the bus escaped dam- Child's Colds Relieve Misery -Roll on Everybody says-"DUCOIS THE EASIEST-TO-USE ENAMEL!" Never painted anything before? Then DUCO was ma'Je to Order for you—everybody gets good results with it! Wide variety of lovely colors. DUCO goes far, brushes easily. It dries smooth and hard, conveniently fast. Get DUCO today and give old furniture new life and beauty! KtG.U. S.TAT. Of F. FOR ; WALLS, WOODWORK John Miles Miller Co. Distributor Phone 2007 123 W. Ash iiv MAH<;III:KITK YOUNG NKA Staff Writer NKVV YORK.—Raster Is still a mmilli of Sundiiys off, but it's none too early to think' about your Easier wnrdrobe if you plan to hare one. From out of the welter of cai'ly-season .style reports, definite trends nre forging ahead, with promise that they will find final favor and become "classic" six or elfilit months hence. l r or the woman who wisely chooses clollis wllh an eye to Jong style-life, here's a check list of 111 promising' I rends: tAI.!.-IN-ONK: The onc-piccc slilrtwnlfil and skirl is the leading type in spring garment news. Newest iiuinbers accent contrast between bodice and skirt. Typical Is a black aiid-white crepe dress, the skirt of "which bears a big dnlsy print on background. The dress lop Is a blnck crsjjo -skill with daisies repealed on Ihe open collar. 'fllKKK-tK-ONK; Tills outfit looks like a suit consisting of short Jacket, slim skirt and blou.se, but It is really all one fabric-conserving dress. 'Hie Jacket effect is simply n from, attached at side , shoulders and slccve.s. Ex- nni|:le: A wool dress showing a lUiiku;li • vlolol "Jacket", with pointed lower-edges stitched domi to the slim black, skirl. Dress has while crei)c gilel lhat looks just Ihe a shirt. . • : i.^l'BI CONSKKVATION: The tlnee-ni. our dress cniiiouflageA- fabrlc-saviner, but sonic designers parade their malcrlnl i stretching (alent—hence, a popiilai' shlrlmakcr dress with one striking detail—a set-iii-belt. WAIt WHITE: nig white accenU are high fashion tills dim-out year. While hats and gloves arc ieamed with navy, and black suits, which iir c "inmlB" by their crisp or fluffy while jabots. Gray suits, especially flannels, become ' headlineis with white pitnie accents,on jackels. FANCY. FASTKNEKS: Brilliantly contrasting billions and huge, colored hooks and eyes of plastic replnce slide fasteners on many dresses, decorating, and in some cases, dominating the outfit. In alter ela.sfi Is a plain dress wilh sue .striking style idea—sum!! pear! rations In edgs-to-edgc line around Ihe collar and diagonally across .he front from throat to hemline. Many dvcsscs close at Ihe side -with big, self-covered billions. KIMONO. HUNTS: Prints willi iiintifs so widely spaced you see only n. d\v patches of coloi' are lye-savers. They make a kiniono- op dress, buttoned with print, discs' on i [he left shoulder, with the top .oined at the waistline to a wrnp- Jed, draped skirl. A cocktail dress which hints at a trend in daytime Jrints. "KKKK-A-BOO": A nostalgic noil .o tlm Unii-of-tlic-cciitury peek-a- bob shirtwaists ts given by dresses wilh openwork or many-windowed ace at low neck and hemline. Se- shine on cnsu.il glitter rtolhcs,' one 1 little black-and-white check number hnvlnp colar and pockets complclcly coycrcd. BOIjEKOS: They're everywhere. Outfits of two pieces lhat sometime.'; match, .sometimes don't Many SPRING ROUNDUP: (D^AlMn-one, shirtwaist and skirt " . t .. ll -» nB P'«« dress loohs like jacket, skirt and blouse .«* F * b . ric - savlllE shirlmaker, featuring set-in, be^lt. (5> The ubujut tons bolero. (C) Peek-a-boo Urns tops. (7) Built-in ruffles make ± 0n H b ' e """S-", Phot ° Sh ° WS d " m!l(i( -- K™ Vo"k dc ^nTea turlnff huge, widely-spaced prints and kimono sleeves;. come with "separate" bouse. One bright bolero outfit has a royal Mile skirt, bright green Jacket lined with gold and a blouse, sold separately, of the three colors, with' royal blue at the bottom, next to ' the skin. FLUFF: Built-in rnffle.s soltcn severe dresses and suils.. Ruffles of varying width emphasize yokes on bodices, finish sleeve edges. Dickeys, many of them elaboralely fluffy-ruffle, are liked for basic dresses and tailored suils. CLASSIC'S: Some Of signers say :he long jacketed suit is out, tuot- lug dressmaker models with waist length jackets, hut there are plenty of "classics" around. Some of them have a yoked saddle-shoulder. Trouscr-plcated skirts are seen with almost all the new, soft shortic jackets. Many butterflies never eat at all during their lifetime. age. The ..motorists were en route from New Orleans to PiggoU v.'heu the collision occurred. 'The Bradley family formerly lived here before Lieutenant Bradley entered the Army. PVt. Benford Kimcs returned Monday -to .life post at Port licn- nirig, Oa., after having spent a 22-day furlough here with his mother, Mrs. Sallie Klines. TAME ° lv<! ll lhnt wcl1 Broomed ....r.,.. w Ioo)! - A ' 1|J '"Wire. Kf.rji your UNRULY hnir lying tkil. Always me MoroJijle irnlr Tonic. Lnrsc bctlle 25c. Snlil everywhere. frfc CO IDS'MISERIES.^ PENETRO PorcoUTs'couyha, nasal congcsiEoii.iEusdo uchcsKeLl'ed'tro—modern met!icationina my'.t'j;; suet base, '2ut t douljlo aupyly 35^. YOU GIRLS WHO SUFFER Distress From Which Makes You Cranky, Nervous— Tnkc heed II you, like so mnny iv-onicil and jjrls, have nil or nuy one of tlicsc symptoms: Do you on such dnys sillier cramps, hendnclies bnck- tvchp.wcnk, nervous fecllil E s, til stress ?.,.. lr «B>ilarHlf5';, periods oC WEAKNESS I) UK— clu illr.turbances? , periods oC tllo (o functional monthly stnnat oncc-lry Lyclln E Plnkhnm-s VcBctoblc Compoima— yous (ccllnjj« or-!iiis imtiire THIS Is because ot Its spothlnB effect on ONB or WOMAN'S HOST 1JIPORTAIIT ORGANS. Tnkcn rceiilnrly—Plnnhnm's Compound helps Imlkl \ip rcslstnnco ngnlust such symptoms. Thousnnda lipoii thollsnnds of women have reported benefit. Lytlia PlnXlmln's Compound Is nl- so n fine stoinaclUc tonicl Get a Ijottlc right tuvay from your Urug- Elst. Follow lallel directions. THE OLD JUDGE SAYS... "I can* think of anything else you'll need for your Victory garden, Judge.. .you've got nreUy nearly everything." "1 think so, too, John. Ever get your nsparngus patch going?" "I gave that up last year, Judge. Tried it six years in a row \vith no luck. Just haven't got the right soil, 1 guess?" "Well, I think you're wise, John.,.no tisekcepingcm trying things you know won't work. Just like inhibition. State-wide pro^ hibition has been tried in this country seventy-two times in the last ninety years. II has been adopted forty-seven times in the past thirty-three years and discarded everywhere except in three states. Same thing was tried in eight provinces in Canada and in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia but it was an admilled failure and universally abandoned. "The reason is prohibition does tiot prohibit. All you get is bootleg liquor instead of legal liquor, plus no end of crime and corruption." Communion Service Will BeHeld Sunday TIic Rev. George C. Mcrkc) of Stuttgart will hold n special Lcnt- cn communion r.crvicc Sunday morning, 1] o'clock, at St. Sicilian's Eptecopnl Church, it was .announced todny. All members and friends or the cliurch arc invited to attend this service. Home Demonstration Note$ Mrs. Clinton Abbott was hostess to Die Vnrbro Home Demonstration Club when it. met last Tuesday for a St. Patrick's clay meeting at her home, instead of Mrs. D, B. Abbott, as was announced yesterday. This meeting was one of the most oiil.slnmlmg of the year. . Inc. Medical Discharge Issued Lyn Doolcy Lyn Dooley lias been given a medical discharge from the Army after having been In service for six months. He will arrive home tomorrow morning, from Camp Barklcy, Abilene, Texas, whci'e he has been Klalioncd. It Is understood that he will probably undergo a major operation. AIM. Dooley Ls !hc former Miss Hebccca Taylor. R«ad Courier News want ad». How To Relieve Bronchitis' Crcomulslon relieves promptly because It goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heat raw, tender, in- named bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your drug»ist (o sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding yon must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money baclc. • CREOMULSION for Couehs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis I 117 Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today CASABLANCA with Humphrey liogart and Ingriil liergman Paramuunt Mews & Selected Short Saturday '• A IGffi C« Serial "Srcrcl Ciiile" No. 14 and Short C'ant. Shoiving Sninr. 1:00 (n 11:38. Sunday and Monday THE HARD WAV with Ida Lupinn and I>cnnis •Morgan. Paramount News ami Short. ROXY Bargain NigM-Every Nighl E*wpt Saturday. < Show Etfery Nighl 7:M Box Office Opens S:3» Conllnaons Shows Sat. u4 SIB. I-ast Time Today FOUR MOTHERS with The I>a«c Sisters Selected short subjects. Saturday RAIDERS OF THE RANGE willi Hob Stcclc and Tom Tyler "Overland Mail'' No, 1 ami Selected Sborl. Continuous sluntiii? Sxt. I to Jl Sunday & Monday KEEP 'EM FLYING nvilli 'Atiholt and Costcllo •Fox New, a nd Selected shorts

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