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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER '-"*•'"'>' -'•"T.TTf.VV . ,. * V. g' FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1943 Lingerie Shower Honors , . Miss Elizabeth Phillips, The first of a series ol inter- estlng, affairs to compliment Miss Elizabeth Calhoun Phillips, whose marriage'to second Lieut. Robert Oliver Phillips will be solemnized June 12, was given yesterday afternoon when two of her nunts, Mis. Beinar Gooch and Mis Charles Crlgger Jr., entertained with a luncheon and lingerie shower nt the Crlgger home. White Hydrangeas and pink roses decorated the entertaining rooms where the 24 guests,were <=ci\ed n two-course luncheon. The tnble, where the bride-elect was seated, had for a .centerpiece n low crystal bowl of white snap dragons, stock and bnby breath, flanked with white .tapers in cry- sta'l candelabra; The guest of hon r ->ors place was .marked with a cor- f*. sale of white gardenias. "'four small tables in the living , aa« music rooms: had miniature * white flowers and mixed Summer flowers were arranged. on fo jiswh ' The afternoon was silent in games ind contests with costume \ je»elr\ awarded to Miss Beverly "" Thomas ind Miss Ann - Crook for guessing the most famous lovers and Bongs' containing the »">"'« "roses and romance." . Gifts of lingerie from the hos- \ tease's and guests were presented \ the bride-elect In a white suitcase {co\ered with silver wedding bells { An out of town guest was Mis \Nelda \Injure of Meridian, Miss. .VAho is to be the mold of hovioi *lri the wedding. 'BMAKFAST GIVEN * ! FOK SCHOOI, GROUP. ' ' The Womtin's Council of th frirsV Christian Church cntertaine •^with 1 n breakfast at Hotel Nobl \esterdav morning complimentin the^high school seniors of th church ~£pecial guests included: Miss iltri Katherine R«;e, recently re *-iiS>Sa from Breneaii Collegi j :tf*~0&UiesYille, Ga., where she wa ^graduated, and Miss Betty Phillip i who was grnduated from War ' Belmont, Nashville, Tenn., Mr, ai: Mrs. Charles Rose, Mrs. R. i Rc£e, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phi { lips, Miss Neldn Maiure, house f guest of Miss Betty Phillips, an the Rev. and Mrs. R. S. Balrd. ' The table where the two cour i breakfast was served was dec J eter Teaches Mastery Over Self, iumbleness to Merit Exaltation rated with the The place cards • SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON T«t: I Peter 3:13-11; -l:l2-lGj 5:C-10 on. The difference is lhat he as become a very humble Peter, fling the need of his reliance pon God. Y WII.UAM E. G1LROV, I). I). W HEN Ihou art converted strengthen-, thy Id Jesus to Peter. brethren," Peter, whom Satan desired to ave and 'whom Salaii sifted as leat, but for whom Jesus prayed, as indeed converted, and our les- n tells how mightily he streng- lened his fellow Christians under ersecutlon. •, ,To have a good conscience, he ssured these , Christians, Is bct- T than everything else. To sul- ir for righWbusness' sake is to nd God's .blessing, and Christ's (ceencc Is real lo Uiose who .share ic fellowship of HUi jiUlferlngs, 'Die man who would help and omforl others in times of distress iid .trial must himself have a deep nith and an unwavering courage, oastful Peter, who had denied his ord in . a moment' of - weakness, ad now .become a man of ftiilh ml courage. The thing that stands out, con- erning him is the calnuic.ss of hLs udgment and the evidence of r olid, well-disciplined life. Petci no longer the head-slrong, Iin lulslvc man, talking and vcnlur ng without thinking. Where In lad. once .been all for quick am ll-cons!dercd action, now his eoun id is "Be sober, be watchful." But he .Is still the man of ac IE writes of "(ho mighty hand ' of God" and he assures these hrlstlans lhat If they humble iH'iiiselvt'.s, free themselves of ,se]f- vlll, God will exalt them and use hem. Peter, who -was .so self-confident and so self-sufficient, now ilaces all his confidence find Ills rust in God. How much Iho world needs lo- Iny the message of Peter, and th •xnmple of Peter In showing how God can give strength and spirit ml power to llic Impulsive aiu '[islly discouraged! Christians today are again passing through tier, Irlnl. The fellowship of Christ' iulfcrlngs has a very real mean ng. .To know lhat God cares am .0 find the strength that He give Is lo find life's greatest expevienct We are living In a world loda In which many supposedly stront ambitious, aggressive men ha\ been shown to be weak, and I which weak men have been inade strong as they have listened lo the voice of duly and have risen above all motives of safety or selfishness. May their numbers ever Increase, and may we nil become more like I hem I Bite of News Mostly PenoBtl Mrs;' Rupert prnftonMs conftnei 0 her home because of Illness. , Miss Ann Crook and -Miss II: togers who have been alitiullii Texas Stale College for • Wome his unsl year, have arrived hei or tltc summer. Mrs. Lyle Brown and daughto Dnphn'e of Auburn, Ala., is til ;uest of Mrs. Drown's aunt, Mrs. . 1. Kumrt Sr., and her borthcr,. U W. Mulling mid -family. Mrs. uaiidolph King left lit* KlH for 'Madison, wts., where will .spend a week with her hus >nnd WHO Is stationed there. 'Lieut. Ij. 0. 1'osey Jr., son! o Mr. and Mrs. U C. Posey stoppc off yesterday for n few hours vl.s with his family cnroule from Fo Meyers, Pin,, and Tliomasvlllc, On to his home post at Fort Kno Ky., where he will lie an Ii slruetor In pursuit piloting. 'Mrs. Qiientln Pile of Lafayette, liul., arrived Wednesday afternoon to .spend a week here as the giicst of her mother, Mrs. Clv.ules Wood. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. I'lckren will leave lomorrow for a two weeks vacation to be spent In Salem, Ark., as guests of relatives. 1 Adah Clyde Roblnsoii arrived HGHLiGHTS FROM LATEST BOOKS Miss Your Victuals? Mark Twain iography Makes You Hungrier Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Fisher departed for their home In Jeffersonville, Ind,, 'where Mr. Fisher Is employed In a defense plant. • •. • GUESTS PLAY WITH' TRIPLE TABLE CLUB. The Triple Table Club met last night at the home of Mrs. Otto Scrape when Mrs. Helen Ciadlng, Mrs. Ray Wafers and Mrs. Horace Scrape were guests. In the bridge games, high score prize was awarded to Mrs. Mae Smith with Mrs. Joe Ramey winning second high. The hostess served home made Ice cream and cake for refreshments. traditional Ivy. were miniature caps and govms. Each woman guest 'nas presented a corsage, the men were given buttonalres. TMs is the sixth year the graduates of this church have been honored with a breakfast. • • • BRACKEN FAMILY HOLDS REUXION A family dinner and reunion was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jarncs T Bracken in honor of their five MRS. A. G. LITTLE HAS LUNCHEON CLUB, GUESTS. Mrs. A. G. Little entertained ihe Thursday Luncheon Club yesterday afternoon, when she had Mrs. Harry Kirby, Mrs. W. M. McKenzie and Mrs. Walter Pope as guests. Roses formed the centerpiece for the table where the' two .course lunch was served. In the bridge gan'.fs, high scon prize was awarded to Mrs. Byroi Morse and second high to Mrs daughters Trho were all together for the first time In a long while. Included in the group was Mrs. Bill Worsley and family who are here from San Angelo, Texas, also Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Fisher and family of Jcffersonville, Ind., who arrived last week. Others present for the affair were Mrs. Carl Kenley of Holland, Mo., and Mrs. Lee Yeager of Steele. Another daughter, Miss Lystra Bracken of Btythe- ville was present. Immediately after the dinner, Ross D. Hughes. Keeping Up With The Men In Service Application For Nation Book No. 3 Ian Be Made Now Housewives were urged today by L. Cherry of the .Mississippi ounty war price and rationing oard to 111! out their applications or ration book No. 3 Immediately. Distribution of the application ards Is scheduled to be completed 10 lalcr than June 5. Those who lave not received cards by that hue should check with their near- si post office since the appllca- ions must be mailed by June 10. The cards are prc-addrcsscd and uust carry a three-cent slamp or matting to Kansas City. The <o. 3 ration books will be mailed tack lo applicants no Inter than July 21. Each card is divided into three parts as follows— (1) An identification -stub which Is to be DANCE Saturday Night 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission GGc Per Perso Corp. Clint Anderson son of Mr. net Mrs. W. L. Anderson, who Is mechanic in the Army, has ar- vcd safely in North Africa. His Ife Is at the home o! her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Norih Highway GI. Mrs. Jesse ProviuD has received vord that her son, Corp. Charles Henley, has arrived safely in Nortl Africa. Corporal Henley has been n service for 13 months. Sergt. Bill Brawley, nephew of Mrs. C. S. liagectl, has been pro- noted to the rank of staff sergeant and transferred from Fort Custcr Mich., to Fort Dcvens, Moss. Two nephews of Nelll Reed, win lave visited In Blythcville, are 01 he famious Mrcrall carrier Enter >rlse. Rex Robertson and Georgi iced Robertson have been on thi arrlcr for six nnd three and ralf years, respectively, after Imv ng entered the Navy. Both ar petty officers ami live at Monro La. Corp. George B. Crook is now stationed at Nashville, Tenn., in the medical detachment. Is lo be dcuichcd and ^retained by Hie .applicant.. '.':•>. '' • '' '' ' (2) An application on which Is to be typewritten nr printed plainly, preferably in Ink, the name of the'head of the family and the address to which the Iwoks are to ub sent. (3) The card on which should he listed the name and age of everyone : (including the head of the family) who Is to get Book Three. 'One application will do for all member.; of a family living under ic same roof and ealing at the me tnble, whether or not their irnames arc the. same. Indivld- living alone, or who live,with lit are not a part of a family, ov ho -share living quarters with olh\ r Individuals must make out scp- rnle appllcallons and cannot be :icluded on a "family" card. yesterday to spend. Ihc Summer., with her parents. Mr. and Mi's. Clyde Robinson. Miss Hoblnson has been attending Suurcd Henit Academy at Helena, Ark. G'ori). Charles M. Gray Jr., who is stationed id Klngman, Ariz., In the Field Gunnery School, has arrived to spend a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray, who motored.to Memphis yesterday to meet him. Mrs. Ivy Crawford went to Fay- ettcvillc, Ark., today to attend the commencement exercises at the University of Arkansas where her daughter, Miss Eugcntn Crawford will he graduated. Miss Llewellyn White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey While of Osccola, spent several days here with her grandparents, Mr. nnd Mi's. Aubrey Conway. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferguson and family have rented the C. M. Abbott house on Highway 18 Ensl formerly occupied by H. 'Hlghflll.; Mrs. Frank Myers returned from Memphis yesterday where she visited Mr. Myers, who Is a patient a Gartlcy-Rainscy Hospital. Mr. Myers condition is slightly improved Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Me Hugh of. .Memphis arrived'today lo spend the weekend with Mrs H. G. Wickham and Miss Bes Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn are Ivlng and breathing counterparts of young America. Despite the change In conditions since Mark Twain's heyday, these two fictional characters still exert a remarkable nflucncc on our youngsters— 1° their betterment! The great American who wrote of llie.se youngsters and olher ty|>- ,cal Americans spent his life analyzing Ihc whims and foibles of our pot-boiled citizenry. Horn Samuel C'lL'inens, he moved from farm (o rivcrboal; from gold nnd silver mines to the deep pile of royalty rugs, and from Icmiwrainentnl kHosyncracle.S'lo plain horse sense. In his raiiibliiigs and writings, he bared the souls of juveniles and adults alike. Yen can read "Mark Twain, Man and Legend," by IMlancey Ferguson mobbs-Merrill: $3), and get a lot of background on this sage of Americana. Hut, in these days of rationing when you don't know where your next ]»tato Is coining from, yon might be particularly Interested (nt least your appetite will) In Ihc menu available In the backwoods when'Murk Twain visited Ills uncle'in the middle 40's: "Filed chicken, roasl pig; will and tame, Imkcys, ducks, partridges, prairie chickens; biscuit hot batter cakes, hot buckwhea cakes, hot''white bread, 1 hot rollb ot corn, |K)iie; fresh lomnlocs eas, Irish .: potatoes, sweet potn oes; buttermilk, sweet milk, 'clab er; watermelons, muskmelon,s •antnloupcs—all fresh from the ardcn; apple pic, pencil pie, mmpkln ic, npple dumplings, peach cobbler." All of which should start n back lo Hie faun" movcinnet. Not a blograhy, but a firsthand, omey dissertation of the advant- ges of a rural life and Its attend- nt knowledge of gardening Is ertha Damon's "A Sense of Hu- nus" (Simon and Schuster: $2.50). Primarily the book Is full of gar- en lore, canning, recipes, and ood old prescriptions for cscap- sls who arc fed up with city life 11 this war-torn world. Ami you ure do escape when you nccoin- >any the author In Hannah Spra- :ue's "Kllchen and Butt'ry." 'Hicrc you sniff and smell the ulorles of a farm cellar from away- lack-when, stored with the goods if nature. Witness the followint :ontcnls of Hannah Sprague'ilasement: "From the rough JotsLs danglet i few haunches ot hard-dried beef lams and slabs of bacon flavorou From sweet corncob smoke. Ol :iany!ng shelf racks were big home nade cheeses, glass jars of many colored fruits, and tumblers o |ams and Jellies. On the oii'rlh stooi barrels full of corned beef and sal pork; legs of vinegar and cidar, :ubs of eggs packed close In-salt or in grain to keep; big crocks full f butter put down In separate luy- i's of "butter salt" and cheese- loth afler each churning; stone us of [Jicc.'.lllli and cucumbers In rine. Bins of POTATOF.S, carrots, arsnips and yellow lurnlps,. "Up In the alttc , . . nuts, dried pplcs and pears and blueberries, orn braided by Its husks, bunches f sage and savory . . ." Did you ever sec an under-ra- loned farmer? ; . . * * * I'LANKS—PHiHTlN'U FRENCH The story of U. S. military air- raft in action today is Impressively presented In Reed Klnert's •America's Fighting Planes in Action" (Macmlllan: $2.50). Klnert :loes both the lext nnd the dra- nalic action sketches, many In full color. Here is a complete record of all American planes on the nation's [raining fields, patrolling the shorelines and oceans against enemy attack, and over the world's far-flung battlefronts. What they look like, how they perform, what they have already accomplished nnd arc expected lo, and how they compare with allied and enemy aircraft—all these things arc embodied in the brief but vivid accompanying text. Far from being a trite textbook on aircraft, Hits is the dramatic story of the mighty Grumman Avenger, which made il.s debut In the Battle of Midway with deadly, torpedo attacks on the Japs; of the Lockheed Lightning, whose speed and ability outcliinbs and outfights the jap zero; the Grumman Wildcat, the Browster Buccaneer and the many others wliich are playing such an part- in the global war. I ' ,! On June 22, 1910, the French republic bowed to the Nazi conquerors, but the hearts of Its people still cried,-"No surrender!" --.. Gen Charles de Gualle heard this cry. The story of "The Fi"i>|Ing French," by Rnoul Agllon (Holt:. $3), gives a complete hi-siory of his response. How dc Caullo' went to England and with the help of Winston Churchill, organized a volunteer, army; how he rallied France's colonial possessions lo the- banner of Free France; how his armed forces continued to wage Tar on land, sea and In the air, is interestingly recounted. Today, Fighting French lrnoi>s, numbering well over 100,000, fight with America and Great Britain against the Nazis. Their resistance . has Inspired the French )>cople with hope and the will to sabotage Ihe Invader al every opportunity.. The book clearly reveals lhat, but for one man, France's darkest hour might have been her lasl. ANTIQUES Gifts for Weddings and all spi'fhtl in-cits ions. Lamp Pout Shop Ilgwy. Cl, 2 Miles So. I'rone 2738 ROXY Bargain Nlj>it Evrry Nijbt Excel* .•Saturday. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Show) S*t. «ni Son. Last Time Today "u* 'Dixie Dugan' r* Kllisim Andrews. and Lois You Women Who Suffer From HOT FLASHES then CHILLY FEELINGS During 38 to 52 Years of Age! If j/ou-like so many women between the ages of 38 and 52- sufler from hot flashes, weak, tired, dizzy, nervous feelings, distress of "irregularities", are blue at times-due to the functional middle age period in a woman's life-start at once—try Lydia E. Finkliam's Vegetable Compound. Lydia Pinkham's'Compound is famous to relievo suoli distress. Taken regularly—it helps build up resistance against such annoying symptoms. The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COU) HAY, the nralcrn, stien- lific wave. No heat—No machine's. Droii in for details. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 101 S. First IMione 2532 It also Is a fine stomachic tonic! Thousands upon thousands have reported benefits. Also effective for younger women to help relieve distress of monthly functional disturbances. Folloiy label directions. Worth trying. Selected Shorts '^Saturday Hall,/, ' ' . .,. Miss Mary Ross and Miss Rub> Dixon left yesterday for Camdei to spend the weekend with rela lives. Miss Mary Nell Patterson formerly ol Blylh'cvillc who is now employed by the Maritime Commission Ui New Orleans, is at Corinth, Miss., with the Rev. and Mrs. George W. Patterson. Corp. William H. McKenzic, stationed at Chanulc Field, III., is spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McKenzic. 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