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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1943: BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS V?"/' ttif-.F ( ***yf' f '$f& ! <' '\&M < nf?3,>.''¥; < ,, ? ?*,%}< Recent Bride .Mrs. Jack n. Wagner Jr., of Key West, Fir.., was before her marriage March 22, Miss Peggy Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mis. E. R. Jones, Second Lieutenant Wagner, who is a flight officer of the Army Air Forces, is now stationed at Boca Cliica Air Base Key West-. ' :, Social Calendar '.. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon Cluh meeting with Mrs. A. G. IJttle. * id Week Bridge Cluh will meet ilh Mrs^ W.-L.s Homer. . ; Club 8 v ill-meet with-Mrs. Sam Burns. Mi <j G. Caurtill, entertaining Thuisclay :Contract, Club. Double Four Club meeting 'with Mis Fowutl Frisby. Mis Sam.:Slkes is entertaining Triple Table Club'. ' ' ' • Club 28 meeting at' Woman's Club 8 o clock for dinner dance. Mr and Mrs. Chester Calchvell. Mr. arid Mrs. Edgar P. Borum and Mr and Mrs. Rosco -Crafton host, and hostesses. ''••-. Club Eight meeting 'with Mrs. Sam Bums Phebean Sunday School- Class, First Baptist Church, will meet' at 7 30 p m for party at church. , SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association, of University ^ Women .meeting at home, of Mrs W I Deiiton. with Miss Mury Lester Kimmons hostess and leader of progiim. Octa Bridge Club Formed Mrs, Bernard Menu-land entertained members or the newly organized Octa Bridge Club yesterday alternoon at her home. Mrs. Karl Couclimaa nan Mrs. C. S. Dowdy .were guests, in the bridge games, high score was presented to Mrs. Bob Gwyn and second high to Mrs. Victor Stilwell. Tlie hostess served a sandwich plate and cold drinks. .Bits of Niews 7 Mostly TersonaT Mis Hiinilton 'I'albott of Wnsh- nigton D C., arrived today: to spend a iiionth as the guest of her. mother,;--Mrs. Emma Nolen and her sister/. Mrs". E. B. Mason and fimilj fahewill.be joined April 15, bj Mr Tilbqtt. who will spend two \ etks here.' -x- -i. Mrs. Herman,' Walls of Houston, flexas t 1 ° former Miss Georgia Lee, Mrs. Annie -Holt and Miss Jewell Lee ipent Sunday in Memphis with their -brother, Simon P. Lee Jr. Mrs. McKinley Hall of Verona, N.- J., came last night to be with her father, C. J. Crane, who is ill at Bljtlieulle Hospital. S!ic was -formerly Miss Kate Crane. .Walter Roseiilhal went to St. Louis Monday to buy slock for the Nejv York Store. Sergt. and Mrs. Charles A. Wood inri daughter, Patricia Marie, and Mrs. c. A. Wood Sr., are spending several .days in Kemiett, Mo., with Sergeant Wood's aunt, Mrs. Curtis Wilkinson and family. •;Mrs. Howard joimson, who has been,visiting her son, Ronald, and parents, Mr.-and Mrs. L. M. Kruta, for the past two weeks, returned, to -Boongyillc, Ark., yesterday 31ic was -accompanied to Memphis by her sister, Mrs. Joe Roach, and niece, Mrs. Thomas Tinker. Mrs.. John McHaffey who has been ill for two weeks is improving. Mrs. Elberl Taylor of 025 South .Lake.St., is improving [rom several weeks illness. Her son Pvt. Jack Taylor.is with her Bride'Elect Honored Miss Ernestine Smith, whose marriage to First Lieut, Raymond E, Cobble, ,will lake place Sunday was honor guest at a bridal shower'. last night at the home of the Rev. and Mis. Fletcher Spruce_ ' Many gifts, arranged on the dln- Ing table, surrounding a bowl of jonquils, were presented to the bride-elect. • Games were played, at the con- cltislon of which the hostess served a dessert course. 'Miniature pink rosebud cups filled witli candy, as fnvors, dcforatcd the refreshment plate. . * * * » Club Has New Members The 400 Club was entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Joe McClure in honor of Ilirec guests I mid tiro new members. Guests were, Mrs. J. R. McConnel, Airs. Shields Edwards and Mrs Elwood Ecolt. Mrs. Frank Brown arid Mrs, Bill Scott are new members of this club which plays Aus- 'rallan rummy for entertainment. High score prize was awarded Mrs. Mike Yntes and Mrs. Herman Hoffman won second high. Spring flowers were used for decoration. The hostess served a salad plate' with cold drinks for refreshments. Use Instead of Butter G CLUB MEETS WITH MARGARET SIIAVKK All members were present last night when Miss Margnert Shaver entertained tlie Double G Club at her home oiv Highway 01 South. Spring flowers were used throughout the rooms where the guests played bridge .with high score awarded Miss Shaver and second high to Miss Mary Spain -Osrey. A salad plate was served by the hostess. * * + BUNCO CI,UB MEETS WITH MRS. II. MEEK The G. N. B. Club met with Mrs. Harold Meek yesterday afternoon for biinco games. Spring flowers decorated tlie entertaining rooms. i^ n -.'_hbi»g aine s,.- high .score was awarde'd fo"Mrs.~Meck; Mrs. Jimmy Terrell received the bunco prize and Mrs. Stella.Davis was low. "' •"' . For refreshments the hostess served a salad plate and cold drinks. * * * LYNCHES ENTERTAIN SUPPEP. BRIDGE CLUB Mr. and Mjs. B. A. 'Lynch entertained the Supper -Club last night al their home with Mrs. Cecil Shane and Mr. aiid Mrs J. Louis Cherry as guests'. A low bowl of jonquils was tlie centerpiece of the dining table where a Iwo-course dinner was served. Ill the bridge games which followed, high score prizes were awarded Mr. and Mrs Harry W. Haines. ' , * * • VISITOR COMPLIMENTED AT WAFFLE SUPPER PARTY Mrs. H. C. Blaiikcuship entertained six guests last night for a waffle supper at her home, in- honor of Mrs. Hernip.n Walls of Houston, Texas, guest of her mother, Mrs. Simon p. Lee and other relatives. After supper the guests went to the bowling alley for bowling. * » • ONE GUEST ATTENDS TUESDAY CLUB PARTY , Mrs. Cecil Wrotcii was guest of Mrs. Murray Smart when she entertained the Tuesday Bridge Club yesterday at her home. Spring' flowers decorated the rooms where the guests were en terlained, with high score awarded to Mrs. Mav B. Reid and low to Mrs. Riiey B. Jones. The hostess served a salad plate aud drinks. Use orange and g Citrus Fruit Is Good Bread Spread BY MRS. GAVN'OR ai.UMWX NVA Service Staff Writer Here arc rcdpies to help you use the crop of Florida citrus 'fruit now at its peak. Recipes combine corn syrup with sugar. 'Ihcy are excellent for spreading on bread In Place of limited butter. Orange Muriniiludc (Makes 5 pints) .Four large ornjigw, 2 lemons water, 1 teaspoon suit, sugar (about •i cups), corn .syrup( about 3 clips) Cut oranges and lemons in very thin slices. Remove seeds; use nil Uie peel, pulp and juice. Mensure iniit, pressing down firmly For each cup of fruit add 'i cups'water Combine fruit and water; boil rapidly 45 minutes. Measure-mixture Measure separately ?! cup combined sugar and corn syrup (using * sugar and >/ 4 com syrup) for each cup of fruit mixture- reserve Bo.l fruit rapidly 20 minutes lo.if- er; ad t | salt, sugar and corn syrup mixture. Continue boiling rapidly 20 Manila Pastor Conducts ? ( Second Baptist Revival of Manila of cvangc- Church which has meetings in Lange School since its church building burned. . These nightly meetings will continue through this weck it , been announced by the Rev o W Archer castor, who '.has extended nn Invitation to the public For the regular meeting of the Woman's Missionary union Monday night, al, (he same bultdini; "'" ""' Mr. ROUT was in charge' to 30 minutes or until thick and clear, Mlrrliif; frequently to prevent scorching, cool mixture about 5 minulcs before pouring into j nra [ o distribute peel evenly Uironghout Stir; pour Inol hot sterilized jnr.5 or glasses. Cover with paraffin. >V!iili>riiinc .Marmalade One large grapefruit, 2 Inrpor oranges, wilier, siigiic (about 3 cups), corn syrup (about 3 cuixs) Cut grapefruit nnd oranges in 8 lengthwise sections. Remove peel' cut peel into lliin strips. Cover peel' with 1 quart W ixlcr mid boll 5 min- ulcs. Drain p cc j. ji cl)ml process O f covering p cc | \ v llh« „.„(„. , )o!1 | nl , and draining, two more limes Dice pulp, removing core and seeds Combine diced pulp with drained' Heel: measure. Add twice (he amount of water; boll rapidlv 40 minutes. Measure; add an eiiunl amount of combined sugar and corn syrup (using >.t, sl , g(u . lllld „ i>I». Boi| mixture rapidly 45 jnlii- ulfs or until thick and clear stirring frequently to prevent scorch's, cool mixture about 5 minutes before pouring into jars to distribute peel evenly throughout. Slit- pour into hot sterilized glasses or jars. Cover with paraffin. where he volunteered. r,'™.'"V Rc A'' Ml ' ' Bllrjr <.''t 'ivlll re- ivaston 0 April "'5 "or llnlversit >'' the Receives Commission COOTER, Mo., March 31- The Rev Herman James Burkett was commissioned a first lieutenant when he entered the Army as a chaplain this week at Memphis Early to K. P. V Until Further NOTICE .We will not be able to ijivc curb service lo drive-in customers . . . When labor conditions improve, we will announce resumption of this service . . . We're sorry—and tbanks. CAMP MOULTRIE Hwy. 61 North {Signal Corps Pliolo from NE/1) Stephen Early, Jr., son nt Prcsi- dcnl Hoosevell's secretary, proves ho can dish it out when it comes to washing dishes on K. P. at Camp Crotl, S. C. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Without Calomel—And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Ririn' to Go The liver diouM pour out about 2 pint* of bile juice into J-OUT howcli every thy. If thui nilc la not flowing frcciy, your food m*y not dijcsl. It may just ticny In the I»TC!.I. Then gaa bloals up your Btomach. You got con-. R(ipal<xl. You l«l aour, Buck and Iho world looks punV. It Ultra Ihoso Rood, old CjTtcr's I.lttlc Lmr I'ilui to get thrao 2 pinto ol l>i!o flow- ins freoiy (p mlko you left "op »ml up.' 1 Out a package today. Take as directed. J.IIeclivo in maVina liile now lr»!y, A«k IM Carter's LH«« Liver rail, 10« and 2if. Mrs. Ora Harrison nnd r of MI-S. carl u e id also o^Cooter.jie is well known'hen He was pastor of the Whltclnv oil.Methodist churchV^S: I mis when lie vohm'tcuVd jj| S wife and their two children, Jo Ann mid Limey,. will; remain al Whltelmvcn until |,| s cou ,, completed, and they will; join' him wherever he is placed. •'>;<-, Three Youths Volunteer For Naval Reserve Here Three Dlythcville youths havr- vo untecrcd in the Naval Reserve". "icy arc James Robert O'lian- noii, son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace ocaimoii; wnyiic Wiliard nfoorc w n ?, y> , TC ""- n:ul Kenneth Waller Byrd, son of Mr. and Mrs U C. Byrd. nici'c young men \vcrc sent to UUlc Rock for cnllslmnct and will be rcUiriictl lo their homes to await orders They will be sent to one of tlie Nn vnl Bases for •fining and perhaps later lo .1 trade school. Keeping Up With The Men In Service l.eonni'd Francis Ellison, son of Mi. and Mrs. J. C. Ellison, Kelser, hos completed basic irnlnlnii nl Die Submarine School, New London. Conn., aim now holds the niiik of seaman • second class. . After diluting In the Nnvy In.sl July, Scnimm Ellison took his (ruining at Cirent Lakes, 111. A. 0. Hunt who Is alalloiicd nl Will Rogers Field, Oklu., has been immmted to the rnnk of corporal. Hi' Is Ihe son of Spencer Hum and hn.s been on duly nl will Roger* If MA since Aug. 15, In (ho Aviation Scniadi-oii. Mrs. A. S. Dcou hiis received word from her son, Klwood neen. sliitloncd In I'aleslhie with the Anny, tluil he has been promolcd to private first clnss. Sergt. Clmrles A. Wood Ls upending » 15-dny (iirlough with his wife and daughter, PulrliMu Marie, mul his molhov, u \lrs C., A. Wood Sr. Sergeant Wood is belli!; Irutrs- fcrrcd from Tyndall Field, Flu,, to Columbia, s. o. Alvntloii Cadet Harry li, Harp son of Mr. and Mrs. If. •],. Harp has completed his prctllght Irnln- "i gut Simla Ana Army Alv lluse. Santa Ana, Calif., und has Iwen ordered (o niiotlicr flylnn school for fiirthec liistrucllon as n Ijom- lifirdlcc-havlgiitoi-, Pfc. iicrgcrl L,. Khinlnmouth, is seriously III at Chnnule Field. 111., where he Is serving In Uin Army. . Jiiiucs Cotib, former football star of filythcvillc High School ami a student nt vlrglnln Military institute, Lexington, Va., went to Little Hock Saturday to lie Inducted into the Aimed Forces. Clilef Yeoman Russell Helnmil- ler stulioned with the Const Giiiml nt Charleston, S. C., Ims been promoted. lie Is now secretary to tlic cnptnln'hurt lins the rnnk of chief yeoninn. He entered service H iiiojillia ago as yeoninn third clnss. At The Hospitals Ulyllivilli! Huspltal Admitted— ML« Dorolhy-Wynll, IU. 3, city Mrs..H. H. Cobble, city. MTE. Ellis Brooks, city. Jcnn Simpson, Lcpanto. DUinks'cd— Mis. Phil Dross nnd son, city. Mrs. Olnn Cnrrulheis and Ijnljy city. r • C. J, Crime, city, \Vulls llosiiilal Admitted— 'Paul H. WlBglns, city. 0. u. Etchleson, city. .1. M. Tracer, Honiersvlllc, Mo. Jprry Cnble, clly. Dl'inlsscd— • . Mi*. Otto Povvers.i-MiftiHn. I Memphis U:ipiisl , Hospital Admitted— Newborn .C, Griffin, Osceolu W. E. Stoffle, Driver. To Honor Service Group !J1en and wonlnn In tbe armed forces who arc members of First Baptist Chnrh will be honored in the. Mid-week prayer meeting tonight, it was announced. today by the Rev. O. J. cliastain, paslor. Parents an dottier relatives, aloi.s with friends arc Invited to the service at which the names of tlie 55 young members will be read. Read Courier News want ads, «Miserable With A > HEAD COLD? J ust try 3 »•»»»• Va-tro-nql up cacii nostril. It (1) shrinks swollen membranes, (2) soothes irritation, and (3) helps clear cold-clogged xXxTk nasal passages. Fol- *nt^t\ V | low the complete di- "WS-iCv tcctions in foMcr. VA'TKO-lfOt 0 "", e " len wcr e i ocn , Navy recn|itl station m the court house. NO ASPIRIN FASTER llian Rcmiinc. pure St. Joseph Aspirin World s lar,jcsl seller at W. None Lifer, none surer. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin ROXY Bargain Night |! Vcry N)/;hl Exccp , Saturday. Show Every Night 7:00 Ito.v OITic« Opens 6:30 Continuous Shows Sal. and gtn. I-ast Time Today LF.W CF TROPICS villi Constance lionnclt and .Jeffrey I.ynn Selected Shorls. Thursday nnd Friday Selected Short I 117 Continuouf Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Slarts 2:00 LISTEN .TO KICN 0:00 a.m. J2.-45 p.m. 4 : 3fl p . m . Last Time Today FLYING TIGERS with John Wayne and .Tohti C'arrnl March of Time and Kliort Thursday and Friday ClAUDtTTE JOEL COLBERT -< McCREA MAKY ASTOR KUOY VAIUE •!KE; i^isf^^t^i Paramount News and Shorl. Fo Conduct Revival Here ' ) • •, *"<•'>, *;? } The He*. Oyiisy Smith Jr.. widely known evangelist, will open tho annual Spiing- rcvlvai ill Ihe Kirsl Hapllst church here next week, 11 was announced today by the .Rev. O. J. Chnslaln, paslor of the church, l r «r several days it had been fcnvcd thnt the noted revival lender would be unable to [111 the iu>- polnlmrnl hero, b\it 1,0 Ims noliricd Ihu Rev. Mr. Olmsliiln that he has recovered from n ricenl opuriillon and will 'be here' to conduct" tho first service on Sumliiy morning, n,. is coming .here from Jackson, Miss,] for the meeting which will coiilliiiid until April 18. '."We feel• thnt • wA arc foHunulo lo havi! Mr. Smith with us In this incetliiK." the p:isior said, "lie Is one of the outstanding cviuigcll.sl.i of today. iCiuiwn ami appreclnied throughout our mUion, 1,1s niiinu lins become a household word In religious circles. : "His fnlhcr, Oypsy Smith, Sr., Is above 110 years of.ago ami Is .tllll holclliii; incelliigs, ClyiLsy Biiil'th, jr., Ims that flbltjlng cviiiiBelbUo'splrlL 1 and draws capacity houses BVCIV where he noes.'' , Ocnc-JJitrtlclt, music dlrcctoi of the Mrst llapllst Church, will eon(Hicl n M-mliiu!o soiijj (1 | U | |)i-ui s u .service ouch evening, beginning «i V:30 o clock. For tlw first week only 1 one ttr¥- Ice «lll be 'held, In the evening >. AfiaiiBcmerlls havo been ma<Ie 'for « complete speaking schedule for, tlie Hev. Smith before the various civic clubs and Hi,; hleli 'Mhool. During th e second week Ihe evan-r "-"•' will conduct a 10 o'clock ' .,-ig fieivlce, in addition to the' evening service, Next, I'liu-nc! ' ii DAMP PENDEI/10N OCEAN- Cnl. 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