The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1943 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 22, 1943
Page 4
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mua root •LYTHEV1LH, (ARK.* COUBIEB NEWS w, Warrant Officer K. n. Smllli Jr., who Is home on leave from lie Wiir Zone in North Africa. Miss Kuijenla Crawford, .sludenl it University of Arkansas, Pay- etlcville, arrived yesterday to spend Caster holidays with her mother, Mm. ivy W. Crawford. Cenlial P. T. A. Elects Officers For New Year 'Daffodil' l>s«i>rt For Easier Dinner Mrs. Chaite A. Hmdiimn was reelected lo serve as president ot the Central Ward parent Teacher Assoclallon for the. coming year will? the following people to assist her. Mrs. R. F. Klrshner, first vice president; Miss Sunshine Swift, second vise president; Mrs. J. W. Rayder, secretary; Mrs. E. n. Gee, treasurer, and Mrs. W. L. Crallon, historian; Tlic president's message was Mrs. H. W. Wylic and reports were given by the president. Mrs. Hlndtnim of the state convention In Little Rock which she attended. Mis. carl victory's fourth grade pupils entertained Ihe group with two piano selections by Mclbn I'ry- or nnd Arm Willord, A lap dance -n which Anuella Humphreys, Barbara Ocnnlng and Ann Fox too part. Tins was followed by a quiz in .which the entire fourth grade participated. Mrs. Victory's room won the dollar for having the most mothers present nnd Miss Mary Outlaw's room was second. : • ' * * * Honors House Guest At Supper Bridge Party Tulips, carnations and mixed spring flowers decorated the rooms of the.RuTOer Iingland home lasl night, when Mrs. England entertained with a supper parly for 15 in honor of her sister, Mrs. Van Wright, who is visiting here from Arkadclplrin. Mrs. Toby Long assisted the hostess In serving. The one-couise lunch was served from small tables which held small vases of Spring blossoms. In the Abridge games which followed supper, defense stamps were presented to Miss, Virginia Nunn for high score prize and • Mrs. Wright won second high, * * » Guests Al Club Party Mrs. J. Fnrris MoCnlln entertnln- etl members of .the A. D. C. Club and four guests,'Mrs. Frank Whlt- worth, Mrs. Jimmie Stevenson, Mrs. Robert Carter and Mrs. O. P. Barber, yesterday afternoon al her home. Spring flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms where the guests; played bridge. Prizes went to Mrs. Ben Hurpole for high and Mrs. Sanford Shelton second high. Strawberry shortcake nnd iced tea were served. • » * * BUNCO CU1P, TARTY HAS THREE GUESTS. The B. and L. club met Tuesday night'with Mrs. C. 13. Ket- tlngcr as hostess. Guests lor tills affair were: Mrs. Floyd Tharpc, Mrs. N. J. Humphrey and Mrs. Barron Smith. In the bunco games, high score . went to Mrs. Kettlngcr; low to Mrs. Beatrice Boswell nnd Mrs, Tliarne received bunco. The hostess served n dessert course nnd Iced drinks. * * • MRS. McKENZIE GUEST AT TOWN, COUNTRY CLUB. When Mrs. James B. Clark entertained the Town and country Club yesterday afternoon, Mrs. W. M. McKenzie also was a guest. Spring bouquets were used throughout the rooms where the guests ployed bridge, with high score going to Mrs. C. a. Lnngston and second high to Mrs. Clark. Light, refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games. * * * THREE GUESTS ATTEND THREE TABLE CLUB FARTV. Mrs. N. J. Humphrey enleitninei the Three Table Club yesterdaj afternoon at her home with Mrs C. B. KeUinger. Mrs. W. A. Angel and Mrs. Barren Smith as guests The Easter motlr wns rarrict Out in the tallies'and refreshments High score was awarded to Mrs Bits of News rolls with delicious ftlllnt enhance the Easter metau.^/' . roteln to the diet and lightness o the rolls, and for such n holiday on won't object to using a little r your rationed sugar. Individual I.emon Hulls (IZ rolls) Three-fiiiartcrs cuj) sifted cuke lour, 3-4 teaspoon combination aklng powder, M teaspoon salt, eggs, 3-4 cup sifled sugar. 1 tea- poon vnnllla. Sift flour once and measure. Combine baking powder, salt und ggs In bowl. Plncc over smaller oowl of hot water and beat with otary egg beater, adding sugar .rndually until mixture becomes hick 'and light-colored. Remove »\"! from hot water. Fold in flour iml vanilla. Twin Into two 15x10- nch pans which have been grcas- d, lined with paper to within 1-2 !>Y MltS. GAVNOlt MAUDOX NEA Sl.iff Writer Here's a delicately yellow dessert or Enstor's feast. Only two tea- ix»ns margarine or butler needed or 12 delectable lemon rolls, iiet- cr have them. The , will add inch of edge .and again greased Hake In hot oven , (400 !••) ten minutes. Quickly cut off crisp edges of cake, 'nun out on cloth covered with powdered sugnr; remove paper. 'Out each cake' into six pieces of equal: size, spread thinly with lemon filling ,nnd. roll. Wrap In cloth and cool on rack. Hcforc serving, cover'<lop. .with, .sifted confectioners' sugar or decorate with rosettes nnd borders ..of sweetened whipped cream, usiiiR pastry lube. Ix-imm Filling (ahaut 1 1-A eups) One cup sugar, 5 tablespoons silted cake flour, dash of salt, 1 egg or2 egg yolks, slightly beaten, 2-3 cup water, 1-3 cup lemon juice, 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind, 2 teaspoons butter or margarine. Combine sugar, flour, and salt In lop of double boiler; add egg, water, and lemon Jnlce, ' mixing thoroughly. Plncc over boiling wa- ler and cook 10 minutes, stirring constantly. Add lemon rind and butler. Cool. • . Earl Wilton; bunco lo Mrs. Angel and low'to Mrs. J. T. Ilickman. A salad plate with iced drinks .-as served al (lie conclusion of lie games. 4 « * MRS. RAKER WIIiSON ENTERTAINS ClAllt Mrs. J. E. Kemlricks, Mrs. Aii- brey Conway, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and Mrs. Walter rope were guests of Mrs. linker Wilson when she j entertained the Wednesday Club' nt her home yesterday afternoon. The one course lunch was served from the dining table which had for Its centerpiece n bowl of red tulips and blue Sweet Wlllinm. In Ihe bridge games high score was awarded to Mrs. Kemlricks with second high lo Airs. v. K. Black. In Moulmein, Burma, Dudhlst pagodas are as common as gasoline filling slalions in an average American city. Billy Eldrcdge, student at the University of Arkansas, Fnyctlc- villc Is spending his Spring Holidays with his i>arcnts, Mr. nn d Mrs. Baker 1 Wilson. Mrs. n. A. Lynch, Mrs. A M null. Mrs. w. J. 1'ollard and Mrs Rol>crl A. 1'oiicr snout yeslcrdav in Memphis. Miss Mary • 14-1111 • Jackson will arrive tomorrow from St. Charles Mo., where she attends Ltndcnwood College, lo spend Easter holidays Kill) her pnrejils. Mr. and Mrs. B. It. Jackson. Albert StilllM nnd'Miss Alice Ra- liba will arrive tomorrow from Baton Rouge, La., where they attend the university, to spend the Enstcr holidays with their par- enl.s, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Sallba. Nicky Weedman is 111 of chicken pox at his home. Second Lieut. Odle Rice of the Army Nurses Cor|vx. stationed nl Oliver llMpilnl, Augusta, Ga., Is "pending a 10-day leave with 'her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. I. Rice. Mrs. C. R. Johnson has returned frohi Camp Shelby, Miss., where she went to be with her daughter, Second Lieut. Irene Johnson of Ihe Army Nurses Corps, while she was recuperating from a ton- Klllectomy. Mrs. George Hamilton and children, George Stevens nnd David, nnd 'M(ss Jewell Ilollis are spending several weeks with Mr. Hamilton whose orchestrn Is filling hn engagement nt Hotel Texas, Port Worth. Jnne Wilson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Baker Wilson, is ill of measles. Mrs. J. H. Bell. Mrs. Charles Hose and Mrs. W. J. Wuncterllch will return Sunday from Washington, D. c.. where they have beet visiting for 10 days. Sam H. Williams has returned from St. Louis where he spent •evenil dnjvi attending to business Mrs. T. J. Mnlinn is spending several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. w. B. Tanner nnd Mr. Tanner lit Helena. Ark. Mrs. p. D. Smith nnd Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Barnelt went to Os- ceoln last night to visit their neph Read Courier News want ads. TOO l.ATE TO CI.ASSIFV Wanted to buy good used piano for cash. Call 2071 or 944. 22-pk-2G Masons Meet Tonight Chickasawba Lodge No. 134 F. <fc A. M,, will meet, longiht, 7:30 o'clock, at the hnll in regular communication. Visiting Masons arc invited to nttend, It was announced. Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVEOTS Mrs. Ross Moore will entertain C. B. C. Club. Mrs. End Ltites will be hostess to the C and N Birthday Club 7 p. in. at her home. You can travel north, cast, south or west, from Greenwich, Conn., and strike some part of New York state. * J» IVEGOTAMW BEAUTY SECRET FORM HAIR! It's Svccillcirt Soap, of coutse! Yes— the same railJ, pure SwcctHciit Soap lhat jives grand complexion clean- tips, can give your Jiair bcAuiy-care, tool For your next slumpoo, use fragrant Swccillcsrt So.ip. Sec how soft and shining yout hair seems afimvat.l! Get SvcetHoK Soap totby-in (lie LONG-LASTING, OVAL CAKE! EETHEART J01UT SOAP THE SO*P THAT TfiREES WITH YOUR SKIN The Choir Of The First, Methodist Church Will Present A Sacred Cantata "THK SKVRN LAST WORDS OF CHRIST" The Music By Theodore Dtllwis. Friday, April 23, 8 p. in. At Tlic First Methodist church, Blythcvlllc THK PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED Osceola Rainbow Girls Stage Initiation Here Last Night At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted— Uremia I.ou Clink. Lcnclwlllc. J. Jj. Johnson, nl. l, clly. Mrs. l^on Stllwell, Kssex, Mo. ismtacd— Mrs. II. A. Smith, city. EilBiir Millor Jr., Rtwle, Mo. Mrmplils I'.iiptlst llOKpltal Admitted— B. C. Price, C.-ii-iitliM-svllle, Wo. Memphis St. .Insi-ph's Hospital Admitted— Jvidllh Ann Wllks, Cflrnthers- villc, Mo. .Mrniplii.s Mrlliniluf llospilal Admitted— Mrs. C. fj. r*l2h, Uixorn. Keeping Up With The Men In Service Winston Hunter Hall, son o( Mrs. Blanche liall, recently was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Army Air Force at Mather Field, Calif. Lieutenant Hall was graduated from the Hlyllievllle High School ntid attended Jcltcrsim College, St. Louis, t'hlckcnpox. Can'! Fool Twins LOS ANGELES, Cal. (UP) — Twins, Tom and Dick Bennett, aged C, .earned a $100 fine to be imposed on Benjamin Stern, grocer. They charged him with unwrapping one-cent candy bars, removing segment, and then rewrap- ping them. Stern pleaded guilty. THURSDAY,. AP.IUL .22,, 1043 . Tlic Osccola Assembly ot Rainbow Girls, a Junior organization of the Ord;r of Eastern Star, demonstrated an Initiation lo members of the Blytlievllle Masonic Ixxlgce and Order of Eastern Star, along with a number of visitors, last night in a special meeting at life Masonic Hall, Saul Bcrtlg of Paragould, supreme deputy of the Arkansas Rainbow Assembly, was guest speaker for the meeting al which several others spoke. Aims or the Rainbow Assembly, which has for Us membership girls between ages of 13 and 17 years, were exemplified by the Osceola group .11 this meeting which is expccUd lo lead to a similar organization In lilylhevllle, sponsored either by the Masons or Eastern Star group, it was said. To mold Ihe, mind, body nnd henrti Is the aim of the Rainbow Assembly which emphasizes also such aeilviliss as helping the Red Cross, selling war bonds and similar projects. The more than 100 people present, -s.w (wo girls initiated in tlio program which Included lalks by Cnpt. "Robert Love, Mrs. Marion Crews, worthy matron or Die Osceola O. E. S.; Mrs. L. W. Williams Mrs. J. W. Thrallklll, Mrs. N. I,. Gillespie, all of Osccola; Mrs. ,M. T. Burr, worthy matron of the Hlythevllle Eastern Star, nnd B. J. Allen, worshipful master of tho'lo- Ma.sonlc chapter. Speaking on "Why.Your Chapter of O. E. S. or the Masonic Lodfie Should Sponsor a Rainbow A?Sembly. of Girls." Mr. Bcrlig told of this group, on? of the le.iding youth movements in the country. "All adult groups should feel the need and help in organization of girls in the 'teen ages who will be the wives nnd mothers of tomorrow to wrestle with the problems already created which will require a generation or more tc correct," he said, The Osccoln group was lauded for Its high type work and members were Introduced, along with (he moothcr advisor, Mrs. E. R. Reid. . j They were: Mary Sue Young, Mary Sue Irby, Jamie Lee Wilhite, SuKjinnc Caldwcll, Anna Pearl Gillespie, Carolyn Stephens, Hetty Kermmort, Joyce Williams, Lois Shoemaker, Clara C. uonlfaii, Mar- thii A. Moore, Mary N. Dngger, FrancM Ashley, Pfggy Beardsley, Irene Johnson, Belly Sue Crews, Carole And;rson, Lavena Gardner, Hernlce Uloodwoiih, Elizabeth Rose and Jo Ann Watson. Visitors from Blyllievillc Army Air Field Included Captain Capt. Mlllard- S. 1'arrl.sti.' John A. Martin, Tech. Seie Ihony Constaiv/a nnd S, Scrgl niond Bomar. Included 'In other .visitors Osccola were Tommy Jlcld Thrallklll, i;. w. William's-, LOIIB WoodnixUMr. and Mrs. man Crews. Refreshments were served social hour which followed. USE YOUR • U«f them all..,. And ui« them caielully, G»t lh« mo»l from each stamp's 5 pounds by buying ^ho diflet«nt DOMINO varieties: Granulated Old Fashioned Irewi Confectioners XXXX Tablets Superfine Ytllow Lpve, Cuptj 1. Ray-, from 3. 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