The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1943 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 27, 1943
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THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1013 «MTHKVII,LE '(ARK.? COURIER NEWS ramcm* is s Tompkins Will Wed Osceola Officer In June Presaging nn lni|)6iiaiil wedding June is the announcement today .' Mr. nnd Mrs. Christopher !•'. ompklns ol Hiirdi'tle ol (he be- othnl of Ihcir daughter, Miss ion Frances Totnpklns, to Lieut, mbrosc Euuene Teaford, son ot 1r. and Mrs. E. A. Teaforcl of sceolii. Miss 'rompkln.s was jirariualed om the filytlieville Ilish School, ic valedictorian of her class nnd tlcmlcd Jiidson College, Minion In,, for two years. Her last lw< i^e years were spent at the Jnivcrsiiy of Arkansas, Fayellc- llle, where she was president ol 1C Delta Delta Delta social soror- y and a member of the Kapun Mtn 1'i honorary fraternity. Fai he past year Miss Tompkins ha ecu leal-hint! in the liurdc-tlc chnflls. Lieutenant Tea ford was Riai ted from Gulf Coast, Military Academy, Gultport, Miss., iiltcndec xmLsiiiim Stale University, Batoi Rouse. Oiiuchltii College, Arkadel ihia, and the University of Arkau as. Fayctteville, where lie was tictnljcr of the Kappa Alpha .socia fraternity. He Is now stationed a Camp noblnson where he is i second lieutenant in the Infant) 1 ) \Voikci-ft Need Substantial Foods mill dance i-Yldny nlijhl nt Ihc U-Blon Hut honoring'Iho seniors, Music will bo furnished by tlie Kytlurmircs, n group of high school students who luwe formed un or- chcslrii. The dunee will start at 10 o'clock, and lasl iinlll one-. Kefrcshment.s will be served nnd Hie chnlnnnn. Mrs. v. G. ncichel, 1ms Invited all parents lo drop In during llio evening us guests of the committee. Miss Evelyn Griffith.-'. Bride Of Thomas Flceman Mr, and Mrs, W. S, Griffith of Manila, nitnoiiiu'i! the mnrringc of .limed Ibis nioriilnt! from n week's speiU In Ciimp I'ulk. I.LI. wln-rc they vlsiled Ihelr son, l.lonl. J. Noirls Moon, who is an Inslnic- lor in un uiinorcd division then', Kmoiitc- home they seimt u dny nllfhl In Memphis us (juest.s ol Mrs. Moon's slsler. Mis. Tom McCliirrlfy mid family, uu<| ntlciid- ed a fellowship mecllnu hi-ld lust nluhl nl Central Avenue. Christian Ulnuvh. Mr. nnd Mrs, K, A. Knds Jr.. have relumed to their limno In Mobile, Ala., after six-ndlnu several days with Mr. Kids' parents, Mr. and Mrs. li. A. Rids. IJoyd lllomeyer spent yesterday In Ullli! Hoi-k where he 'attended Mrs. A. Cl. liltllc, Mrs. Tom A. l.llile. Mrs. Kiivanauuh Krancls Mm "1)111" were In Memphis. Monday where they vlslli-d with A. Cl. |UUle who Is undertint; treulmenl at the Memphis Hnplist HnspUiil. I Mrs. otto ISmtlbi-ny of Doll is nt Ihe Mjiyo Clinic, UochcMcr, Minn,, for observiiltoii. . Ueut uud Mis. Joe K. heir dnijB tier, Miss Evelyn arlf- „„,, a MlKMetl Mljl i v Jo . lt . [t i, u |,u Dili of lilytheville to Tlmmiis Flee- f(1| . iv, isil( . olll| n,,.,'where Ueulen- nmii son of Mrs. hnmia l.'lecmaii „,„ „ , wl| , [l|k t| o Miiniln list, niijlit,it li:30,o'clock „„,„„ > ,„ ,„ m sllv ,, m . nt tin- Griffith home. ' ' Only dose relatives of Ihe brides and bridegroom were present for lie wedding when the Hev. Q. M. Chmpbell pastor of tlie First Methodist Clnirch officiated. The bi'idc wore n dress of sol- Attractively served fresh fruit, with plain cookie*, U » dinner dessert. -' Quick ', IIOXOKS MISS EVA KATIIKYN (ill.l, Members of tlie Woman's Soclsl,_ of Cliristian Service of tlie First Methodist Church of Dell, honored Miss Eva Kalhryn Gill yesterday afternoon with a miscellaneous I shower at the Dell Community! House. Miss Gill's marriage to [ Lieut. John Madison Stevens Jr.. will be solemnised June 3 at the First Methodist- Chinch of Dell. flowers of wild Irish rose.s with the colors, pink and white pre- doiniiUiiHj were used throughout Ihc entertaining rooms. Miss Gill was assisted in opfninsr her gifts by her mother, Mrs. J. H. Gill, and Mrs. J. M. Stevens Si. Among the 50 guests present were: Mrs. V. M. liristor, an aunt of the bride. Mrs. J. B. Henderson and Mrs. .Carl Wallace of Hlythc- vllle. Mrs. Elsie Wallace of Keiscr. Tlie pink and white colors were again used in the ice cream and cakes, served for refreshments. : * * • I>. E. O. MKMIIKKS OUKSTS OK MRS. A. CONWAY' •'Mrs. Aubrey Conway was hostess to Chapter D. of P. E. O. Sitcr- hood, and one finest, Mrs. K. R. Lancashire, yesterday aflcrnoon for their final meeting of the year. • The two-course luncheon was served at one o'clock from the (iinmi; table which held a low bowl of mixed Spring flowers. '•A shbrtr'busifiess'*session followed tlie luncheon. Preceding the session at the Conway home this group met for surgical dressing work at the Red Cross bandage room. * * • MRS. I.KNT1 HOSTESS TO CI.UI5, GUKSTS Mrs. J. P. Lenti entertained members of the Town and Country Club yesterday afternoon at, her home, when she had as her guests, Mrs. George Grear, Mrs. Paul Grcenwell and Mrs. Cecil Wrotcn. Rose.s were used throughout* the rooms where the guests "were entertained. In the bridge games high score was awarded to Mrs. Wroten. with second high to Mrs. James B. Clark. • • • CONTRACT CLUB HAS THREE GUKSTS Mrs. A. G. Hall entertained Hie Wednesday Contract Club yesterday afternoon, when she liad as guests, Mrs. James Hill, Jr., Mrs. V. O. Miller and Mis. Ben Hall. Spring flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms where the guests played bridge. In the games, high score prizes was awarded to Mrs. Ben Hall for tlie guests, with Mrs. w. W. shaver winning Ihe high club prize and Mrs. A. G. Hall second. Tlie hostess served a sandwich plate for refreshments. IIV MHS. (iAYNOK MAimOX NBA SlalT Writer The nioi'c nu:mbcis of the family who work in war industries, the bigger (lie lolal family appe- lite. and Die less time for pre- pnrlni! meals. Ilowevej. tlie family food budget can be greater for tlie extra earnings. Therefore, in order to satisfy hefty appetites where there is very little lime for bargain huiilinu »nd long slow cooking of inexpensive ini-nLs, mure money must be spent. Here are some suggestions for substantial main dishes, easy to get in a hurry or else easy to prepare beforehand and reheat nl dinner time. They are relatively high in costs, both in points and cents. 1'aii-llroiliMl limiiid Slcak With Hotter :uld l.cmim .luice Allow 1 '3 pound meat for cacl pei'son. Have round steal: freshl) ground. Elinpc it into flat cukes— about 1/3-inch thick. Flap these neat cakes oh to a hot Init un- grea.sed lion • frying pan. Cook ilioul (wo minutes on each side, icason, and put on wrv hot plal- ler. B<it with • butler "at fortified nurgariho and pour lemon juice over them, allowing one lemon -for each paniKl of..meat. You will, find this a delicious way of cooking meat quickly. Serve, with pDtatws. a bulky green vegetable, a salad, and a fruit pie. Thron-Ihiy Meal Loaf A moat loaf, combining .beef, veal, salt pork rind' wholewheat bread and egg. will provide a sub-. Ktanlial \hrcc-iti\y ilislv, ulso., time, as Is. with a 'tomato sauce. 1 Next day cold, sliced. The third, day, sliced and reheated in frying, pan and served with a herb sauce or with fried sliced tomatoes. For these three-day .mails, perfect refrigeration is necessary. Cover well, and place in cold part of refrigerator. Cook and serve us twin as possible 'after : removing from refrigerator:" dier blue crepe Irlmmed In pink whh black accessories. Her corsage s of pink rosebuds. Mrs. Fleeman was graduated from Manila School and fur tlie past two years has operated -H beauty parlor in Hlylhcvllle. Mr, Plecmiin Is engaged in farming In the Mn- nila community. Mr. and Mrs. Flceman will reside ill Illythcvlllc. Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS C.ll.U. Club meeting with Mrs. Taul Uyrmn. Bite of News Mostly Personal IlliS. STEVKNSON HAS A.D.C. CI.UIl. Mrs. James StevciiE'.in enterlain- ed the A. n. c. Club yeslerdny ;if- tcrnuon ill her liome for their reg- u In r weekly bridge parly, willi Mrs. M. L. Ben.'uri tlie only guesl. Hoses and oilier Summer (lowers were used throughout tlie cnter- tiiining rooms. In the bridge giimes, high score prize was awarded to Mrs. J. Karris McCalln wllh second high to Mrs. William Dalaii. • -f~- The hostess served a dessert course for refreshments. P.T.A IfONOKS GKADUATIiS Members of the Junior-Senior I'aicnt. Teachers Association entertained with a spaghetti luncheon at His Woman's Club House yesterday afternoon in honor of the Senior class and faculty of the Ulythcvillc High School. " • Covers were laid for 92 people at long tables on which were placed at intervals, crystal bowls of mixed garden flowers. Mrs, W. J. Wunderllch and Mrs. Charles crigucr were in charge of this affair. Several members assisted in the serving. After lunch an informal social hour was enjoyed. MKH. J. K. IIASSON HAS i,u.\t;iii;oN IN MEMi'iirs. Mrs. J.' 13. Hnsson of Memphis and Dlythevlllo enlcrtancd yesterday with a luncheon for'12-fn the Hose Room of ; the-'Ninrettnth ctn-' tm y Club in Memphis.' The guests included Mrs. RUFScll 'Fair, Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. P. L. Engler, Mrs. F. n. Joyncr and Mrs. Cliarlcs Wyltc of lilylheWllc. Mrs. Welch was presented high score iiri'/.e for the out of town guests and Mrs. Wylle won the cut prize. * * • IVl'.A. DANGK \VH.I; IIOXOK SKNIOKS Wlicn the Parent Teachers As- soeialion t)f Junior anfl Senior Hgh School entertain wiLh a lor- Lieut. Jimmy Walker of the Maline Air Corps, arrived yesterday for a visit with his parcnls, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Walker nl llullmau, uud ids sister, Mrs. .loe Wnddy. 1-tculcnmit, Walker, who hus been slatkmcd nt Cherry I'oiut, N. C. is enroute lo his new past at S:u Diego, Calif, He will leave Monday. Miss Mnrjorlc Wrirrcii !cft yes? lerday for Annniiolls, Md., where .she will be a bridesmaid In th' wedding of Miss Miii'Biierile KclW of Annapolis, n fni'incr sclioolmati at Rnndol])h Mncon, woman's college at Lynclibui'B. Va., whose wed ding lo Ensign John Cans Kcllc ,of Annapolis .(will ocau'"M!m c ib Ks Wnrrcn will visit friends li ashington, D. c.. enroute to An Mr. nnd . Mrs . M . T .. Mrs. Kendall Kerry left lust nliiht for Detroll, wliere she will spend several dnys with her sister, Mrs. Myrtle 1'ear.son, and oilier rein-' lives. Miss Laura Citll who luis been lUlendiiij; lleiulrlek.'i ColU'go, Cun- way, 1ms returned U> her Imme ill Doll. Joe MeClure who attends Heudrtx College, Conway, arrived yesterday (or n shorl visit with his parents, Mr. and Mi's. Jot! McClure. Mr. McClure is expecting Ills eull to Ihe Navy soon, liiivli)|j (nllsted In le V 1 progrnm. I Max Harrison who nlieuds Men-! lix College, Cnnway, Is spending u Hart vaeiillon wllh his parents, Ir. and Mrs. tfal H. Hiirrlson. Hosco Crafton Is in Ullle Hock vliere he is attending to business. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Derryimin live n's Ihcir guests, Mrs. Derry- iiin's griiiuliiiother, Mrs, Allhen 111/ Continuous Shows Every Day MOT Office Opens 1:45 Show StartH 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.ON 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. liiiukilpli, and Mr. llerrymiin'.s notln-r, Mrs. Kit u iienymtin, bulh if CuiullimvllU-. Mi 1 , mid Mis. oilii HciT.viimn of Wauwiitosa, Wls., will nrrlvu lo- ii«ht In spend the weekend with !he lialjih llciryimin funilly. Lloyd litoini'ycr anil I lurry A. lliiliics lire tpnutliiK I wo iliiys wllh Mr. and Mrs, n,iy Mimn of Wll- iiii. Mrs. T. w. Jefferle.s has vc!urn- •d from Mm,, n m .j ; wm ,,. ( , „„,, >pi l nl the inifti week vlslllim rlntds. Mrs, Jaiui's It. Mead has relurn- •d feu' 11 vl-itl wlili her luislmn'd, Chief I'elly O[fU-er ,Mead, who Is slailcini'd In Wiishliiglon, 1). c. Tin 1 Her. inul Mrs. s. n. wllford sin-in hwliiy In Memphis, At The Hospitals \V;ilh l!i.s|ill:il Admllled: Mimire Ca.Miy. Htccle, Mo. Illvllievllle llnspilnl DlsmKsed: Mis. 'I'oin Drown, cllv. A. M. Vnn Winkle, city. Urn Heed, (liirntlu-rsvllle, Mo. .MeiniilvK It-.tptlsl ll»s|vltal Adlllillnl: 10. M. lliyMiu, Osceola. It in Important to Imvc the Ihcrmoslul ol your alitoiiioblle In tjood condition lo Insure your en- glut- comlni! to mi efficient opcr- nlliiK letiiiH-rnluie quickly. ROXY v f rj Nlfht Saturday, Box Oflk'O Optnx «:ll Show Sturli 7:>» ('•nllna<iu Hhooi tin. .M Bu. ThurHday and Friday 'Gambling Lady' with ll:nli:mi Stanwyck unit Jncl ,Mc(,'rc;> Kflccted Shorts ' One of the traditional causes.of inv fever, ragwecUj prolvdesUood 'or quail nnd BINQO PAItt' •idiiy^ -May 27» ; ''' Junior C. of C. JJUNKI-'iT' SOKDIKIW' OVKHSBAS (;H!A- KK'ITK Admission The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD KAV, Ibc mmlcrn, scir.n- tiBr. HKVC. Nn licat—Nn machines. Drop in for details. MARGAKET'S BEAUTY SHOP 10J S. First rluinc 25M Announcing Opening of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots Available For Informal ion Call Holt Funeral Home Phone 571 DON'T RINSE-DON'T TINT. Gray Hair? Get "Gray vita" 4.00 Tnilsliy lending ningnzinc on nnli-grny hair vitamin discovery, Olcium I'nnto- thcnalo, showed 88% lux) |msilivc cvi- ilcncc of tlio return of some hair color. Now.lliousnmls use GUAYV1TA—10 itif^n.Cnlciiiinl > nnlol)iciiHlc/ih»"]>cp <> vitamin Hi. Order GIAAYVtTA nowl 30-dny supply, $1.50.100 days, ?l.OO. rhonc, wrilo KilCHV ISROS. RL'G CO. Rlyllicville, Arkansas Illustrated: CJftbanlinc platform with mid-low IiccI ES ciory pump liigK on n plnlform lo lift your spirits Spring's newest shoe love! Victory pumps with downy- soft platform soles that build up your morale with tlicir constant flattery,their endless case. Pcck- n-boo toes and heels, with u-ilty bows at the V-(hroat to make feet look shorter, younger! fashion-fresh... 5.50 Visit Our Hosiery Bar! . . . Kor slack suits, slacks, .skirls, blouses and play clothes of all kinds. .lusl Received Nc\y Shipment of Women's & Children's Anklets. The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main i' i'[ hundbiill orlglnaltd moil years ugo In Ire- Hnt'li, SH<U- or Slip? FAKTI'K'ril. mi Improved pawdei In be s|nlnli!ed un upper nr lowe plait's, holds fulse loi'tli more ill'in ly In place. Do nut slide, slip 01 litX'k. Nit »;iimmy. ntxiey, pusly Instc lor I'ei-llni:. I'AH'l'HI'.'rn is 1 iiiiin-iieliU. IJw.-i not sour. 9:0* • Thursday and Friday _^. Paramount NCHS & Short hrenlh). Oc id liny drn^ .store. ---& New Hiider-arm Cream Deodorant safety Stops Perspiration 0 1. Dnrs tint ioiMfc.\ 1 ;C's or inrn'i shins. Dod 1101 iniuic ikin. 2. Noivriitin>;iot1r^. Onl>ciiKil [i/;lit .ificf sliiviii);. 3. Imtjinly sions pmpiiatiun fni \ 10 i tlays. rrtvcms inliu. 4. A jMitc, wliiic, 5. S U M i Cog Top Mnilds Drupcd liluust's Two-plccv Types thai will ' Hinouth- Hlliiiulutlnt! new frocks imiktt your .siiiiiiiit'r liiiyw! ly cut rnydii JerMy, .siiltnljlo for cii.siuil or dn\ weur" Urllllitntly covered llowor.s .sudlcicd on while mounds. Ono or twn-iilece lypc.s with IrliiiinliK! hicks yuu'll like:! S]/r.s from \'i In '.ill Vnii'll Wi'iir While 'Hits Siimniorl Hats Phone 2312 Garden Path QueenflMe Fashion Of Sheer Enka Rayon Prints No. -KOCK Jtisl. mer care .so easily. An (lainly, (loral Ttiekwl Ijodic IniUoiiK. Colors: Ki-uy, or K»l<l. Lho dress for sum- wear anil summor IjcciitLse it washes exclusive, <l e s i g n. liluu Sixes M lo 20 and ,"H lo '!•!. Same slylc in half sixes— No. 281) in sixes I'M/, to 2'l'/.. S7.'Jfi KOSKS IiOvcly Ixinlcr print in itn exclusive design. A graceful skirl with impressed front pleats. This only (.rimming — self covered fabric buttons and a rose Ixniloniiierc. Washable, af! Colors: luggage brown, green, copon or nsivy, with while pattern. Sixes 12 to 20 and 38 to •10. 8.JI5 The TNew York Store 1'iione 2132 Hlylhcvillc, Ark. Slniutl Sinini, new styles, Unit will win you mi sight! Sleek snllors. brimmed types, mid IHIKO bonnL-l.s. l-Vilchlnijl (Jirl.s 1 HTkllni; 1 lnr.vl 1'rints! SUMMKIl Princess lullored or 4$ linsrtue styles. In' 1 'a 'l"i , choice of sheer cot- ... ;., f \ ton-, p e r c u I c s f and 'dlmllle.s! Sines 3-CX-". 'i.,1 nnd 7-14. • C'nol TIIRS Pnr All Sapimcr! > HOYS' WASH SLUTS Ideal outfits for-every AQc boy In every \\ny<. MIDI lie" styles wlili A short sleeves, open col- \ lar slilrls thai button on. Sl/cs ?. lo 8. 98 (.'ul Tor t'iimforl And Style! Women's SLACK SUITS likiis f'of COMPORT! MKN'S SPORT "SETS; Rnyon fnllle or \wy- liti in stnart colors nnd two-tone combinations. 12 to 20. 3 Your fnvorilc otiint —for play, dress!• Kliip rayons, cool ns a summer brdczc! 1.9$ Slyle.s For Active Girls! Colorftil SLACK SETS .2!) Kmart tuck-ln or jacket types tor the young iniss! Spun rayon in bright col- ois. 2 ^or All innimcr {ong 1 HOYS' SPOU r SKIS' Porous cotton A'jHi weaves— and ."San l> ' forized* -wasllable. ™ * ' tool Open collar, *' £* Sanfoiizcdt means fabric shrinkage will nol cxc|ed 1 • THE TENNEV WAV IS THE THRIFTY WAY*

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