The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 17, 1941 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 17, 1941
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PAGE'TWO ELYTHEVILLE (ARK.) CQURIEfc NEWS A was for wtyte color scheme o^fc in the perorations W^ek c)ub party given by 34w I|arry W. Hatoes All qiu^ n*embe?s we?e precept (Of }U£clw«i which \vas r served at the dining table and bridge which followed, Mrs. Cecil Shane was presented high score prize. * * * Has Chili Supper An, informal pjyrty was given •Thursday n,ight. by Mrs. J. P. Friend at her home for 10 of her friends. A chili supper was served the group before they played tripoli. < » » All Club Members Attend Bridge Party All the member 1 } of the Cee-Que Iridgje <$ul> attended, the party given Thursday night by Miss Patty June Davis at the home of her iunt, Mrs, W. I>. Channblin. Refreshment* were served at th£ copclvifioa of the games in •which Miss Davis was high and Mjas Virginia Little, second high scorer. k ' ' » t. Arje Quests of Clul? Mrs. John Ip. Jleinmiller and Mrs. J. R, Turner were guests <x Mrs. E. ft. Dickinson Thursday afternoon when she was hostess £or the Thursday Dessert club party. A desser^ course was served before the: games. Mrs. J. J. Bryant received high prize, among the club members and . Turner, among the guests, Is Hostess to Club Mrs: Ross? D,. Hughes was hostess to members of the Thuvsdaj Luncheoo club and two guests, Mrs. "\Valker, H. Baker and Mrs M. A, Isaacs, for a, parly at her . . ^ ; ^f ; roses were 'used for ceiiterp.iece ; '-' of , the lunclveon ' ' '' ' ''' ' ' ., . ?riii; ,the. games .-..-which 'followed, .Mr^.^Balfei;r- ;was. high ,; and • Mrs. ;:'^yere;fct;\B;-;Gee, .se.cond high scorer. '"''' ' ' : ' ' ' . one visitor W^' 8 - , Foreign Mission- of .": the Church,, of the met .^Thursday, afternoon ses- . .. . r- Alexander gave the, ;fr,om- the.vse"on(i chap- Toothy •.- ^Talks on : ;- indiari ^ "and, : "Our '/ were ; made; by ^ 'Mil-' dismissed with - : '•-'''*'-'-• ;'+•.•.'"'••*•.••"''. ' •••'• In, : ; V :,: .. '••• ''•'• ' .'• : '. • ' ' ' •Membrs, 'of; , the -''Elliott Fletcher f ; the^Unitetf Daughters of who,; met TTuirs- the home of. Mrs. :.Q.;:-S;-;Barnes voted to. cooperate ^- 'Colonel; ; Jotui : Martin Mean- Traveling in Style Mrs. Lemons' mother. Mrs. Eugene Cchn ami brother, Leonard Strosberg, spent Sunday in Memphis with tWeir sister. Miss Janice Fulmer, Miss Ruth Bradford and Miss Charlie Mae Wright atttended a. home economics meeting at the Dyess school Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Taylor and Main-ice Little visited Mrs. Little and son Tuesday at Memphis Methodist hospital. J. T. Cook, wh,o is In the United Slates marines, is visiting his mother. Mrs. Josie Cook. Mrs. C. M. Dial to 311 of influenza at her home this week. Howard and Larry Wcodarcl, sons of Mr. and Mrs. James Woodard, are recovering from minor operations in Memphis Baptist hospital. P. U Grable and family left Wednesday morning' for California where they will make their home. Bits of News Mostly Percooaii Robert Berryman is recovering from several days' illness of influenza. .Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beale, of Memphis, will return today after ! having been the guests of Mr. and j Mrs. A. G. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Ii. G.. Wickham and Miss Bess Hall for several days. J, : 'J. Pickreu returned Thursday afternoon from Memphis Methodist Hospital where he had been undergoing treatment. Although sional tennis this month in New York in the tournament with Alice Marble, Bill Tilden and Ponald Budge. Miss Hardwick will travel in this, tw^eed suit and topcoat; ol- multi-colored plaid. The jacket has the new lowered wdistline. The. topcoat is lined With pale blue to match the bluet in the plaid. ***** «* cliapter of 'the Daughters of the American Coloniste • In an appeal; to. President Roosevelt to protect American interests by. interning; saboteurs and subverters;; 1 Mrs. Edith McCool .and Mrs. C. B, Wood of Luxor a • were co- hostesses with Mrs. Barnes for the' meeting at \vhich oho'- visitor, ••'Mrs!.' George , W.' Patterson was • "pres- ' ' . hree;, s; 1 . Jim : Stuckey and Mrs." "Fi'ed Stuckey, both of Lepanto, "and Mrs. W. E. Head, .of tiuxora, were presented for membership. •AJso dtiring the business session, the chapter voted to voice a protest- to the state, legislature against the proposed selling of the Confederate home at. Little Rock. Mrs. 'Henderson Hall was In charge of the program. She was assisted in the prsentation by Mrs. T. F. Hudson and Mrs. E. R. Bogan. of LiLxora,-and Mrs. ' Cl^arlcs AUEord. who. read papers on Lee, Jackson and Maury. Mrs. Elliott Williams, of Luxora, accompanied the other Luxora. members here for the meeting. A dessert plate was served during the social hour xvhiclr followed. ' * ». * Play with, CJub. Airs. J. G. Barnes and Mrs. Lcu- dennic Fowler played cords wii.h members of the Double Four Bridge club jThursday uftcrnoon they were entertained at the home of. Mrs. LaFayette May. At the conclusion of the "games. a combination salad and dessert plate was served. Mrs. John Faster was high an 3 Mrs. Barnes, second Imjh" scorer in. Hie. games. News Society IVIfei5. Menibcri; of (he ciet-y of Christian • Service of . Keiser Methodist church met for bhei.v ' month.Jy busme«i \esv,on in ' iH of Gc °i'Se W. Patterson will return Saturday from Dallas. Tex,, where he has been attending a meeting o£ ministers of Christian churches in Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas to, .make pi ana for returning to this country, missionaries to Japan and ''" He. left Wednesday. Miss Mary Outlaw is consulting an year specialist in/Memphis today. , . : .Nancy Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hamilton, is ill of influenza. Mrs. S: J. Cohen has gone to Memphis .to. spend several days AYitli- Mr. Cohen who is there on business. ; ; V Mrs. Torn Mabry is improving after having, been/quite .ill, of influenza. ' '. •. ."•.,'p. •"'-„ ••'£ ;/;; V 'Mrs. Ralph Berryman. is ill of influenza at -her home, 120 West Cherry street. ' . j the home of their president. Mr,3, ' J, H. Watts., Activities for the coriilng. year were discussed. * * • ( Eugene Colm has gone with his i father of Whitevillc. Tti»i.. on a 'business "trip to Tulsa. Oklu.. and San Antonio. Tex, They expect to ; be a\yay tor two weeks. L Mir. and Mrs. I. G. Bruce had [ - as their guests thrs v;cei; Mr. and i Mrs. Dan Chandler and family of I Lilboun:. Mo., axid Mrs. Su-rlm I . Lower ^i\ci daughter. France! of ' Regular Meetings At Courthouse Are Barred JONESBORO, Ark.. Jan. 17. — Churches and organizations which list the,. Craigh.ead ccunty courU house as a permanent meeting place, have been barred from the structure by County Judge Clarence Freeze. The 'action followed a request by the Jonesboro Ministerial Association and also had the approval of the Quorum Court. At The Hospitals Walls Hospitals Ruth Ann James. Steelc, nd-. milted. Richard Roberts, city, admitted. Mrs. n. C. Barber. Dell, admitted. 'Mrs. P. V. walla, city, dismissed. , Kathleen, Holsclaw-. Manila, dismissed. Mamie Bingham. Hrrma,ndale. dismissed. Mrs. j. W. Osborn. Manila, dismissed. Mrs. Lor Ycager and bnby. Steelc. dismissed. RlythcvUte Hospital Mr?. Herschel Ballard. city admitted. .Mi-s. Alvic Freeman ;uul baby, city, dismissed, JVIetnjihis IS(. Joseph's Jto^pUal Nesbi.c Robinson. Caruthersvilic admitted. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17; 1941 Combine Meat To Make It Go Farther, Expert Says Tell of Incidents In • China Ai First Presbyterian. Church Recent evacuation ol many American missionaries of all.'denominations from Mission fields in the Far Bast, especially in' Korea, und l.n QVina and other I matter,? of current interest to American Christians will be discussed by the Rev. Thomas Lyttle- J ton Harnsbcrgcr of Fcwning, China at the Fivsi Presbyterian church here Sunday. , ; He will conduct the evening service at 7:00 o'clock nistead of at the usual 7:30 o'clock hour, the Rev. James A. Overholser, pastor, -stated. The Rev. Mr. Harnsbergcr was born in tfortcn. w. Va., and was educated at Hampden-Sidney college and Union Theological Seminary of Virginia. After having served a year as an evangelist in the Home Mission field ot Lexington Presbyter y, Westminister church and Harmon group, he was appointed a missionary to China and was stationed at Taichow. Mind Your Manners •STORIES IN STAMPS Townscnd Club Chairmen Will Be Named Tonight Tc.wnsend, club No. One will meet tonight at 7:30. o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ogle, 309 South Lake .street. Appointment of committee chairmen will be made at this meeting which all members are being urged Demonstration Club News Notes Macaroni acd mushrooms make pork chops *o farther. BY MRS. GAYNOR XKA Service Staff ,, Writer . To make a little meat go much farther, combine it. with some form cf macaroni or noodles.. Well seasoned sauce ; is. an important. part of this nutritious extension. Tomatoes. - onions, green pepper, kitchen herbs and spices are important. A small can of mushrooms costs little and does wonders. Buy the conned stems and pieces for sauces, rather than caps. They axe cheaper and just. as. flavorsome as the perfect 'caps, which are more useful for garnishing, For the following recipe, drain a , can of mushroom stems and pieces, .saute Lhe 'mushrooms lightly': in butter before using. Any mushroom, either fresh or canned, is^impi-ovecl in flavor when sauteecl before cooking. 'BROILED PORK CHOPS WITH ; MACARONI AND TOMATO Hospital Mrs. Lottie Parker. Oscooln -ul- mitted. Read Courier News want. aius. Is Hostess To Club Mi's. M. L. Vincent; was hostess to the Gosnell Home Demonstration^ club for an all day meeting Tuesday in her new home. Sixteen members including- two W members and, three visitors >vereV'pVeseriti> for bhb luncheon. >;.: <-: RollvcaH was answered with each member telling-of-one home improvement she planned for the year. The devotional was given by ' Mrs. H. E. Vn.ncl.evc after' which Mrs. R. F. Temple read a poem, "My Wonderful Mother". Mrs. L. T. Karnes talked on "Health : and Home Management". Four-members.- carried lunch to an ill person din-ing the lunch hour. The next meeting will be with Mrs., R. P. Temple, Tuesday, Jan. 28. Mrs. Charles Hyde will read for the club. Have Luncheon. A .Dutch luncheon was served to 16 members and five visitors of the Flat Lake Homo Demonstration club who met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Essie Davis. Visitors were Mrs. Bell Walker, Mvs. Eugene McGuire. Mrs. H. B. Markham. Mrs. Glen Alexander and Mrs. C. L. Abbott. The meeting was called to order- by the vice president. Mrs. W. A. Coaiter, who-also gave the poem of the month. The Lord's Prayer was given in unison and the roll call was answered by each member's telling of one home improvement she planned for the year. Plaits were completed for the mattress making project to be sponsored by the club. A report of the county council meet-ins: at the Woman's club Friday was given by Mrs. Davis. (Serves 4 to G) .Three-quarter pound elbow macaroni. I) rib pork chops, 1 No. 2l{. caiv. tomatoes., salt and. pepper to ta§ti:, ',i cup- chopped onion, '.4 cup ( chopped, canned mushroom stems and pieces, VI cup chopped green pepper. ;Pan broil the chops until well b'roivheci. Add the can of tomatoes and the musiu-oom liquor. ;- When • it comes to a boil, cut- fire IQWJ and add tho uncooked rnaca- rohi,'-- onion, mushroom piqces and green '-pepper. Season" to taste. cover lightly and simmer until ah ingredients arc tender, about '21 minutes. Add boiling water or stock: if needed. Serve at once. BROILED HAMBURGER STEAKS = < WITH SPAGHETTI Tljrec-qu'arter pound spaghetti, 1 1.-,! i\ pounds hamburger. 1 sweet Sp"a ( nLsh-typc onion, 3 tablespoons butter, -i medium tomatoes or l No. 1 can tomatoes, salt and pepper, to taste. i Cook .the . spaghetti , in boiling) water, salted, until tender. Drain and place in pan beneath broiling lack. On the broiling rack place che hamburgers, shaped into equal, patties. Broil the • meat slowly, j When it is 'nearly finished, place on the rack; the. onion, sliced;; the tomatoes,, cut in halves. Add a little salt awl butter on top, of each and. broil while, meat completes cooking;. The juices from the meat and vegetables drip belo.w and, season the spaghetti, ' If fresh tomatoes, are net available, pour. the can of tomatoes over the spaghetti at the beginning of the broiling process; and. it will season the spaghetti and heat through while the meat Tmd onions are broiling. Next Masonic Meeting Will Be Held Feb. 4 There will not be a meeting oi the Royal Arch Masons Tuesday, officers stated today, ' The next meeting of this group will be Tuesday. Feb. 4, 6 o'clock at the Hall. Degree work will bf conducted. Test your kno.wledie, 0-^ cor-' rect Asocial usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: l. Which should be the first to suggest going borne at the end of a dance, the boy or the girl? 'I When there is a punch bowl at a party with no one presiding over it. does the girl or the young man fill the glasses of both? 3. Is'it correct for a girl to say "I cnjcyeci it" when ,a. man - thanks her for 3 darXco? 4. is ii necessary to say godd-, bye to, the- guest of honor wbien: leaving a party? l 5. Wru).e. riding in. soineon,e. else's \ car, should you make suggestions as to. the route? What would you do 1C— Your house guests, traveling by car, wish to leave very early in the- inoruing and ask to "b^ allowed to. slip out .without disturbing members ol your (aaiily— (a), Yoy/ get up an<l have breakfast—or at least a cup of coffee—with them? <.b) .Feel. It. would." not be hospitably for any- of the family • LO stay in. bed,? Answers 1. The girl. , 2. The young man. ?. Yes. 4. Yes. 5. Not unless you arc asked or the driver is. a. stranger in to.wn. Best" H Would You Do" solution,—(a). 4-H Club News Notes Read Courier News want ads. UQUID.TABLETS.SALVE. NO5E DROPS "ACrlllNu COLDS Capudlr.e cases aching and brines relief quickly, pleasantly. Acts fast bccivuse it's liquid. Soothes upset nerves. Follow directions on label. AU " '"*>. lOc. 30c. 60c bottles. l^^hoe^icQmed; that expression l^pp^ptor^h^cpiildn't; h&ve known l^%that..¥o^lyr"Laura Routh; would, £:?Qfficrjlr -Queen .'of .the r-+~~^*— . Miami' -Fish.:' She 5 !]' reign vi-200,000 : '-i anxious ' Leonard t-iiisoii spent tho week I end m Little Rock. J. W, Kail attended to business Ui Memphis Tuesday. Mr. anti, M.- 5 . Ed Turner had <vs their guests Sunday Mr, Turner's brother aacl his family of Memphis ,:^ s Win *»e McHenry and Miss .\yiUyc.-_. • Quinn. members of the Keiscr .schopj taculty, arc ill ol in.U\icMza this week. Benson Bruce has:' rciunied from a visit in Louisville. K.y. | Henry Adams is spcmUns a tcvv ' days in Macon, Miss., with las family. • . •• •• - .,.•".. MI..SS KatUerine Slormanl spent the, week cud \vitli her parents in \Yebb City. Mo. .J. K. Childs is ill of influenza this week. .Mrs. W. R. Lemons and children .^., returned, from. BJy.theulle .where*they. spent several days with PICKARD'S ALWAYS H " VC thc Finest Armmir ' s -Star nvvvltlv Uoef and Genuine Sprintr Kami) Oolai nablc. FOR IMMEDIATE- DELIVERY Afil I 11^ vHLL \\$$ WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS Your Kxtra; Savings !' There's hazard-free Stocking Glamour in our MOJUD NON-RUNS ..., §1.15 • When your mind shodjd be_ on Ihe work or play af hand . . . keep at ease , . , wear Non-Runs. TKese glamoroui lacy-mesh Mojuds can't pull any quJck Iricb io upset your poise . - . and ten feet away you can't tell they're mesh at all No matter what, they're run-proof ... and always a sheer, clear indication of your good taste. The Best Costs Less! Open Daily 6. a.m. till 8 p.m. Send (he children, pennies saved are dollars mat!e. Every care given. Every sale guaranteed perfectly satisfactory. Whip. Cream, Midwest ;.._. pt. lg c Fever's Coffee ...Ib. 23c & coupon Quaker Puffed Wheat ..3 boxes 21c Brearl. Fn>sh Daily, Loaf .. .7c JELLQ, All Flavors --pk?:. 5c KGGS, Large Fresh C'try, do/,. 22c S.'E. Peanut Butter IK 02. Uc The Brown 4-H Club ihec Tuesday ac the Brown school house. Cari Threlkeld, the song captain, led the group while they sang "Old Black Joe." Miss Cora Lee Coleman gave a n the 4-H basketball tourna- First New World Colony Locqted in Greenland /GREENLAND, icy jsland inside - the Acetie Circle, assumes new importance ih America's herni- sphere defense program, for Greenlancl is a Danish possession and Denmark is under German rule. The Danish king,. Christian X, is pictured on the stamp above. Greenland's first individual stamp issues were released iu 1938,. The set of seven values appeared, in two designs, the portrait of the king, and a picture of a polar bear on an ice floe. Although the island boasts only 17,000 residents today, it is the site of the first attempts at Eu- r,opean colonization in the, New World. Settlements there antedate Spanish and English 'colonization by 500 years. Eric the Red, Viking adventurer, explored the. ' country in 982, named it Greenland to attract colonists. He returned in 986, founded colonies. Soon there were 3000 settlers on the island. For 400 years the colonies remained in existence. But when. the island was "re-discovered" in 1585 all traces of the settlements had disappeared. Modern colonization began in 1,7.21. Greenland's great ice pack has been called the world's best potential landing field. nient. E. W. Louderrmlk made a talk on the United States flag after which the group repeated the Pledge of Allegiance and sang "God Bless America." The girls and boys •vvere talked to about their projects by Miss Coleman and Mr. Loudermilk respectively. Read Courier News.want ads. Cc untry .Snusa^c ......... 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