The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1941 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 13, 1941
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PAGE TWO BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Fishtail Skirt in the Fashion Swim MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1941 Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Tom P. Martin, entertaining'Potsble G Bridge club. ' Tuesday" .Bunco club meeting with Mrs..: Joe Ha-niby. Mrs. Eiley B," Jones having Tuesday club. •• Mrs, John P. "Reinmiller entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Tuesday - Bridge club meeting with Mrs,-Elton W. Kir by. Mrs. Charles . Penn entertaining Charlevoix chapter, Daughters of the Ameican Revolution, 1:90 o'clock.. CHy Contract club meeting Mrs. L- S, 3eni£h. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Central Parent Teacher Association meeting 3:00 o'clock-fit school preceded by executive board meet- j ing, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger - entertaining .Town, and Country club. Ivjrs. Hiram Wylle having Delta Contract club at Rustic Inn. AQC Bridge club meeting with Mrs. 3en Harpole. Mrs.' James H. Bell entertaining Wednesday Bridge clu»), THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.' George A. Hamilton entertaining '.Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Dessert club meeting ivith Mrs. Eugene Dickinson. Mrs. Edgar Borum having Thursday "Contract club. . - Mrs. Harry W. Haines entertaining Mid-Week' Bridge club. "Double'Four Bridge club meeting \vith Mrs. Lafayette May. •Miss Patty June Davis entertaining Cee-Que Bridge club at W. U, Chamblin home. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, Jesse M. White entertaining Friday Contract Club. Music department, Woman's club, meeting 2:30 o'clock, club house. Mrs. Ross Moore entertaining C. B. C. club. Beautiful But Bright One day Edith Roark, a former Ziegfeld" Follies girl, was strolling In midtown Manhattan when she passed a night club for sale. "On a sudden impulse" she walked hi and bought It. Now she not only runs, bwi is, BcUth Roark s Mteiody Club She lumps from kitchen, where, as at right, she okays food, to microphone, where, as above, she entertains, to cash register, where she collects for both. amount of chicken go a long way. Chicken pie is always big new* for the .family. It's also big economy news as a well-balanced, extender one-dish meal, containing protein of chicken and assorted vegetables. To boil fowl for chicken pie or other chicken extenders, cook whole. Single and clean a 5-pound fowl. Place hi large pot, half cover with boiling water. Add 2 celery stalks, a small onion, 1 small' car~ rot. l bay leaf, 1 sprig parsley. 2 whole cloves, salt and pepper. Cover and simmer over iov/ heat until meat is tender, about 2M; hours. Let fowl cool In pot. CHICKEN PIE (Serve* <> to 8) One 5-pound boiled fowl. U-i cups diced cooked carrots, 7 small boiled onions, V-i cup cooked pea*, l cup cooked potato balls, 4 tablespoon butter or chicken fat, ' 2 tablespoons flour, \k teaspoon salt, dash of pepper, 1 cup chicken stock, l cup thin cream, \» recipe standard pastry. Remove meat from chicken that has been boiled whole- Cut meal in as large pieces as possible Arrange chicken with vegetables in 2-quart casserole. Melt butter or chicken fat. stir in flour and seasonings. and when well blended add chicken stock and crearr slowly, stirring constantly'over, low heat until mixture thickens and boils. Season to taste. Poui\ sauc over chicken and vegetables. Cove asserole with rolled pastry, pre own on moistened edges of .cas erole. and trim. Make several slit n center and bake in a mod- rately hot oven (425 degrees F.) or 12 to 15 minutes. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt Honored With Party, - Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Miss 'Louise Parham entertained with a dinner party Saturday night at the Hotel Noble in honor of Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Hunt. -Mrs. Hunt was -before her marriage during 1 the Christmas holidays, Miss Virginia Williams. A centerpiece of mixed flowers was used on the dinner table. . Following-.;. •dinRdr','.' the . group danced in the Blue Room of the Hotel. ^ : • , •-.*•' >••.'•* •- •• • Tc Hold State The State convention, -of\ American Association of : University Women will- be held here sometime in April, according to i announcement made Saturday .following a meeting -of the local branch at the Hotel Kcblc. Preliminary plans for the convention were discussed during the business session of the luncheon meeting. Mrs- B. A. Lynch, Mrs. Fred Fleeman and Mrs, Bancroft Terry were hostesses lor the affair.;" r •-.•'. A letter was .read from Hie gcn- on fern was flanked by the names. "Marv and Jim," in chenille. * * * Plays With Club Mrs. C. C. Langston played cards with members of the Friday Contract club at. the home of Mrs. Goronwy. Poetz Friday afternoon. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games in which Mrs. Jesse M. White received high score prize. Class To Meet Gleaners Sunday school class of First Baptist Church will meet tonight, 7:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Marvin Crittenden. Bits of News Moistly Personals paralysis is not permanent, members of her family have announced. The neck yoke, may be removed in about four weeks but she must remain in the brace until she regains control of her bOuy. Her Miss Martha Sibley is able to be out after having been ill of influenza. Mrs. Alice Womack. Mrs. Jesse M. White. -Mrs. R. C. Allen and Mrs. L. S. Benish spent Saturday in Memphis. Mrs. S. E. Vail of Clinton, Mo., has arrived here for a visit with Mrs. T. J. Mahan and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Vail form- physical condition is described as very satisfactory. Mrs. Ralph Robinson, of Wilson, spent the week end here with her sister. Mrs. Tom Phillips, who is in Walls hospital. Mrs. Phillips is much improved today. Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tipton left Saturday en a fox hunt in Dyersburg, Tenn., for a few days. Theii son? Dick, is visiting friends in Jnckson, Tenn., where he was formerly a student at Union Uni- jrsity. Hugh Nelson Thompson Sr.. who is employed in Jeffersonvillc, ind., returned" there today after having .spent the week end here with Mrs. Thompson and family. : Mrs. Claude P. Scoggin.Jr. re- irned home Saturday after hav- ng spent the week" here with her lother, Mrs. Louise Stracke. She vas accompanied home by Miss 'lUdrcd Lou Hubbard, Miss Jane tcAdams and Miss Nancy Kirsher, who spent the week end with icr. County Methodist Union Will Meet Here Tonight The Mississippi County League' Union of Methodist churches will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight at- the First Methodist church in this city. More than 75 young: people are expected to attend the meeting, officers in charge stated. N Ul naie who will be elected Monday morning to rule over the 'efforts of the House is a banker and has been admitted to the bar. Wilkinson also 5s one of the veteran,? of the lower legislative group since he is starting his sixth session. 25 'Native Senators in the senate 25 of the 35 members list Arkansas as their native .state, with three giving Mississippi as trie stale of their birth. Texas is given as the state of two sena- * Of Members In tors, while Kentucky, Georgia, Alan i ij • \ V ; n bama and Illinois are credited as DOtn nOUSeS Were born being Cbe native states of one T n TL;' O f f senator each, in i nib Oldie I Iu liro f ess ion?u lines 23 of the senators list themselves as attor- j LITTLE ROCK,-Jan. • 13. (UP>~|neys. while one calls himself a re- Native sons will predominate to- t j re( j merchant. There are three i day when members of the fifty- auto 4^^ (\\ the upper house, third General Assembly of the two farmers, one'cotton buyer, one •state of Arkansas take their oaths sa ) eKman) one teacher, one of office in the House and Senate c | au aud onc ou t-c!oor advertising chambers. Tne House with a membership of 100 men has native sons num- 81 on it's rolls, with the he House only old members who lave served before, get jobs for relatives or friends. man. • Lieutenant Governor Bob Bailey who will preside- over the .senate furnishing •.members each. Third honors go to Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama with two native sons each, and the states of Iowa, Virginia, Oklahoma, New York. Kansas, and Texas being credited with one representative each. l One Polish-Born The one-time nation of Poland is given as the birthplace of one representative, Sam Seligson, merchant of Foreman, Little River county. Seligson,.one of the most popular men in the' House, has the distinction:. of being the only Hebrew in either chamber, House members a$es range from 72 years reported as the age of Dr. Lorenz puiican, physician of Waldron, to /?3 years as the age given by Anthony Kassos of El Dorado. In years of service H. K. Toney of Pine Bluff holds the records as he enters his sixteenth term within the last 42 years. There will be 46 lawyers in the house along with ten farmers, three planters,' two teachers, bankers, gin operators, law students, merchants, insurance salesmen and even a newspaper publisher. Means Wilkinson, speaker desig- SANTA WILL BE BACK H PRESENTS sivc term to direct the \vork of the senate. As usual with all legislatures, members of both houses in most cases have brought their families ;o Littlte Rock with them for the duration, of the session. In many cases wives, sons and even daughters arc given jobs for the duration of the,session. This is especially true hi the senate as well as in the house. In the senate each member is entitled according to the rules to one job as a patronage plum. In oral director who admitted the urg- , er1 / llvcd hcvo - n ency ol the branch members u»k- Mr - arid Mrs - c - p - Shannon ana ing' part in the defense program.! daughter. Julia Mac of Sardis na,^ c ar 0 in v> o iccucri in nrrfpr Miss., spent the week end here with Cards are be issued in order that members may register for service on the program. Miss.Ruth. Butt was in charge of the program on "Modern Trends in Business". Her principal speaker was Miss Clara Ruble. In the contest which was played, Mrs. L. E. Old and: Mrs. James Hill Jr., were •winners. A patriotic scheme was carried |l out in the centerpiece oi red T white and blue tapers flanked by American flags and placerards on which were engraved silhouettes of Benjamin Franklin and his comments. Chapter D Hat, Party On Friday .The annual B. J. L. party Chapter D of the P. K. O. sister- j spent Mrs. Shannon's sister, Mrs. Walter Bishop, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lyman. o Jcnesboro. returned home Ihl morning a Her having been th guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Al* len since Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gray spen Sunday in Gates. Tenn., with Mrs Gray':; mother, who i? critical! ill at her home thcrn. Her condi ^ion however is improve? Miss Rosa M. Hardy, sister of Mi- Gray. was expected to return th morning after having been with he mother since Thursday. The condition of -J. H. Ron who became ill Saturday, i.s qui Combining Meals With Other Items Makes It "Stretch? BY MRS. GAYNOK MADDOX NEA Service. Staff Writer Meat extendens play n delicious role in the economy menu. By using cheese, rirird beans, spaghetti. noodles, breadcrumbs milk sauces, you can make your meal, fish or poultry allowance go much farther. The extenders lor a well-balanced menu must not, only make two servini:;* of the main dish where there was only one. taut must- also increase the nutrition ol' the main ciish. The nutritional, a.s well ;\s flavor value of extender, is very {serious. He i.s at his home. JllO Leech. Members of .the j Spring? tomorrow. From there, (he jCacdill family will leave on a trip lo BUoxi. New Orleans and prob- Creamed left-over chicken served on hot combreacl is a. gocxi cx- ampie. The cream sauce for the Mr. ancJ Mn>. Frank tain their husbands at this affair j^^. each year The thirty present in- 1 " eluded two guests. ?»l'r-s. T. M. Hunter of Lou? Beach. 'Calif.. H " d M|SS Nel1 Harii:; werf> jn Mrn; houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Everett p '}' s bvmfo? t.o r-eo .T. .). Pirkron. B. Gee, and Dr. Frank G. Smith wbo ' s }]} " l » Method hospital. of Omaha. Neb., bousesurst of **"* *™nccs - Fmtry of Hntey. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Kirelincr. ! : rpnn - and ^ m ^aiimer of Dyc-r.s- Carhations and -narcissuses -were i Dut > renn ' : ^ enl ^»^-»y here the dining t *" lt " Mr " ^"""".s »>voi«,w. Ron *as served ! LaUmfT - chicken contains butter, flour and milk— all good foods. The cornbread contains a cereal, butter milk plus an egg. Therefore dish is a valuable source of first clas,^ nutrients, as well rv.s being delicious wav of makinc a At The Hospitals Blythevillc Hospital J. C. Ma ness, Steele, admitted. Mrs. AIHe Hughes, Portagevills, Mo., admitted. Miss Margaret Williams, city, admitted. Muss Leiitia Neal. city, dismissed. Mrs. J. W. Cox. jr.. city, dismissed. Floyd-. Sharp, city, dismissed. Mrs. Woodrow Plum, Peering. Mo., dismissed. Walls Hospital Kelly Glover, Dell, dismissed. Burnic Elibanks. city, dismissed. J. H. Blessing, Cooler, admitted. Eulis Johnson. Dell, admitted. Ben Permentor. Luxcra. admitted. Billy Maxinc Edwards, Holland, admitted. Joyce Walls, city, dismissed. Howard Pierce. Steele, dismissed. Carlton Fundcrburk. Steele. dismissed. Gordon Hodge. Gosriell, dismiss- el. Mrs. Lays Love. cily. dismissed. Mrs. Ella Lea.sure. city, dismissed. Mrs. Katie Bixler. Steele. dis- nissed. Born t.o Mr. and Mrs. Lee Yeti- T. SteeJe. a girl weighing six pounds-seven ounces. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. W. P. Hale. Osceola. Oi: ; - misscd. Mrs. M. M. Hinesly. Dycss. cii. 1 missed. Howard Woodard. Osceo\i\, dismissed. Larry Woodard, O-sceola. dismissed. Mrs. Roxie Reed, Manila, dismissed . Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. Mattie Gowen. Cartuliers- Among the more radical innovations as "Fashion Futures." the super-style show held in New York recently. v;as this black wool cock- foil suit' with dipping, fishtail skirt. II .and hundreds of other original. American-designed costumes gave women of the country a preview o- clothes for ' Spring and Summer. HEADACHE ( MORNING ftFTER 1 For jittery. Bervoua headaches, take Capudine. Acts fast because it's liquid. See howr quickly head clears, nerves are related, and ypu feel steadier. Follow directions oa label, iQc, 30c, 60c 6i7«%. Liquid CAPUDINE .used for decorations in the rcom where supper \va.s buifet .style. Games weir ptojvd j M '- Vi Wiluv.* rollowing supper. | Tnmion T^VJV Attends Party Mrs. John J. Traynor has I-P.- turnecl frorh St. Louis where f,hc \ 1P Attended the tea at 'Which the spmi. o ;uul Sunday in SLUGGISH? GAS? ; TRY QUICK RELIEF '"if sili^ifli. '" IV > bJoiitittc J pa.« ' fnmr tt'liipunirv fnii-Ntijiiiiion. jror iho fiunous HiU'ei-' Col<tr Htittlo of Aillcril;« tlun (•untilin^ '.> ln\ntiv<.' in^ivdu'tits in u'ivi,' A•". A10KK BALANCED result urnl «is«:illy act* in i»'i> liuurs ""r li>*.s. Kirljy Hms. Dnig Co.. ;nid Koliiuscii's Pr«ir Co. ITZ| LAST TIMES TODAY GIORGE M. COHAN'S ORE AT STAGE HIT < LITHE HELUE KELU" tf orring JUDY GARLAND wf'rh GEORGE MURPHY " CHARLES WINN1NGER Screen PlaybyJachMcGowan n Directed by Norman Taurog Produced by Arthur Freed An M-G-M Picture Faraojnunt News Special Trcsidcnt Kooscvelt's Address ' Congress" Also Ncvclty Short Subject H«(p to Rettoc Distress of >. FEMALE PERIODIC COMPLAINTS Try. Lydia E. Pinkfcam's Vegetable Compound to help relieve monthly pain, headaches, backache and ALSO calm upset nerves due to monthly functional disturbances. Plnkham's Compound is marvelous to help build up resistance against distress of "difficult days." Try It! SEE WEDS. PAPER Phone 26 for 24 hour AMBULANCE SERVICE We urge you to inquire about our Burial Insurance. We offer you a fine policy at a reasonable rate. PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST "PACKED" NEW CAR PRICES How "Packed" Prices Allow "Wild Traders" to Dangle Inflated Trade-In Allowances as "Bait"—and How You Can Avoid Them. \ •\ (o Fayf 'flionv v'nn was ?n- m an autouiobilr iifcideiit October, has rcftnicri from CsrnpheUs Ciinic in Memphis viu Do FALSE TEETH Rock. Slide or Slip FASTEETH. an improved powder lo br sprinkiod on upper or Jower plates, holds false {cctli more ftrm- l.v in place. Do not slide, slip or rock. No gummy, ^oot'y. pasty taste or reeling". FASTEETH is alkaline <non-ac;d>. Does not sour. Checks "plate odor" i denture breathX Get FASTEETTH at. any drv.s store. Adv. 3 Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creoaiulsion relieves promptly be- CHUSP it goes right to the seal of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous mem- TUES.-WED.-THURS. (Tuesday is not Bargain Day this week) Northwest Mounted Police v with GARY' COOPER. '•'•MAD.KLEINK CARROIA, \»rcston Foster & I'aulellc Also shorts RH Z 224 Phone Koxy 322 S-' OSTEN TO KLCN ^ P- m .-4:30 P.H.. dersUndlng you must like, the way if quickly alla.vs the cough or you arr to have your money back. announcement of the engagement 5i ^° spent several clays last week, of Miss Mary Lou Traynor aud Dr.' ^ erve specialists have said her Jaroes F. Dowd. of .St..Louis, was j made, ; .Miss Traynor is a sister of John J. '.Traynor Jr.. and ha-s visited him and his family here- numerous tunes. ; .The tea was given Sunday after- ( "noon In the Colonial room of the j«fust 2 drops .Chose Hotel. Announcement was I Penetro Kose -uiado through uie center decora- j Drops instaiit- tioii, cf the lea. table. A ring of ly starts you pink and white carnations mounted ! on the way out HELP ACTION NOSES ... rush gut dogging miseries -rush in vitalizing j of cold-stuSetl healing air. miseries. (1) They soothe as they touch (2) cool as they vaporize (3) shrink as they act, opening the way for free and easy breathing.. This takes the kick out of head colds —helps cut misery -time— helps keep''-watery colds from hanging on. Demand Penetro Nose Drops 25c TIMES TODAY Dr. JNoniiair V, Shainberg Chiropodist — Foot Specialist announces the opening of his office In Suite 117-118 Shelton Building Kennett, Mo. Hunchback of f Motre Oame 3 i with Charles Laughlon, Mau- lireen O'Hara. Sir C. Hard- wirkc, Thomas Mitchell aurt • Basil Rath bone Fox News & Comectv A Y-WKDNESD A V tOc & 20c of the Black Parrott N OBODY Jikes to be "played for a sucker" — even i£ he gets his money's worth in the end. But that's what "packing" of automobile prices amounts to\ The \vild-tradingdeaier simply "ups" his delivered pripe a 'little—twenty-five, fifty or even more dollars. Then, when you ask him what he'll allow on your present car in trade, he has that much extra he can add to the fair allowance as "bait" to attract your business. Maybe you get the full amount oC the "pack" in the trade-in allowance— maybe not. Either way you're being tricked because-you don't get what you think you get, a better deal. Now, we don't like the idea of doing business that way, - We.think that most people hate it too—prefer to make au honest deal with all cards on the table. So we not only plainly state all details of our delivered prices—we not only give you a fully itemized invoice explaining every charge—but we positively guarantee that our prices arc not "packed." We give every buyer a certificate that entitles hjm to a full refund on any item that can be shown to be a "hidden" or unfair charge. Come in and learn all about this pricing method. We think you'll like the straightforward, cards-on-the-table 7 open and aboveboard way we do business as much as you'll like the new Buicks. And you'll go for those q-jick-step- ping, Fireball-powered honeys in a great-^big—way! LANGSTON-WROTEN CO. Phone tOG4-f» Walnut and Broadway HOWVSTHIS FOR VALUE? Delivered at your very 'floor, a strapping big Bukk Special 6-fias' senger Sedanet, with llS-h}. JSuick Fireball straight- with Helen Parrisii • Dennis O'Keefe •:.' Also Comedy engine,- only. P/w »h« wriWtn £•! 107 y i 1 0 • »hown ol fha righ« Every buyer of one of our cars gets.this plainly-written ironclad guarantee that there is no "pack" or hidden charge of any kind in the pries ho pay?. OUR GUARANTY NO "PACK" IN OUR PRICES!

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