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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE .(ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 194? MRS. JOHN McHANEY ENTERTAINS CLUB. AH members were present when Mrs.- ; J oil n C. McHariey entertained Ihc Wednesday Contract Club yesterday afternoon at her home. Roses and snapdragons were used throughout the entertaining rooms where the guests played bridge. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. A. O. Hall with second high to Mrs. J. V. Dates. The hostess served a dessert course and Iced drinks for refreshments at the conclusion of the games. • • • TWO GUESTS PLAY WITH A.D.C. CLUB. Miss Frances Llllle and Mrs. Ralph Nichols were guesls of Mrs. Saniord Shelton yes(erday afternoon when she entertained the A. D; C. Oiib at her home. Summer flowers • .were used (lirpugliput the entertaining rooms where .the guests played . bridge, with high score prize awarded to Miss Little and second high to Mrs. Elbcrf Huffman. The hostess served a salad plate and Iced drinks. • - • . • '•,.'"..*••'•'•• .'. I'AUTY COMPLIMENTS NEW YORK VISITOR . Mr. and Mrs, Rreemari Robinson and Mrs. Eric Whitley entertained 20 guests nt the hanie of Mrs. Edwin Robinson,' complimenting their cousin R. N. HID . of New Vork. CitV who is visiting his mother, Mr;, R. N. Hill and relatives here. Mr, Hilt will leave Friday for Bre- vartl. N. C. to Join his wife who Is with her parents there because of the] illness of ' her. mother. The entertaining rooms : where the 1 guests .played "Bonanza" were " decorated flowers. . with mixed Summer At the conclusion of the games n salad plate with cookies and iced drinks was served. "*'*'.*' • • CONNELLS ANNOUNCE BIKTH OF DAUGHTER Ensign and Mrs. George Connell of gan Diego, Calif., announce the birth of a daughter, Virginia Dee, named for Mrs. Freeman Rctiinson wtitj is the'child's ; godmother. Boih Mr, and Mrs. Connell were teach- ers'ln the Blytheville Schools prior to 'his entering, the Navy. Mrs Corinell Is the former Miss Dul- cia^ompoton! .'. COilPLE REMARRIED fom Boswell and tlie former Miss Beatrice Henson, belli of Blytheville, were remarried June 14, it was announced today. The ceremony was performed at the home of Justice of the'Peace Baker Wil- Leeks Pal Snap Tn Summer Salad f ! !> Watercress "with "coltaite'cheese,'left-over'chopped meat, in sprays—served.on ihe hors d'otuvres (ray.with assorted brcuUs. j 11Y GAVNOK MAODOX NEA Staff Writer Watercress adds ; delight to any salad and packs in vltnmin C. For delicate sandwiches It is Ideal in Its uni'nUoned blessedness. As a cream soup base, It takes tlie mind off rationed foods. Whether you get it from a pure brook nearby, or cultivated, from your'grocer, it's a welcome summer .green for Ihe balanced diet. Leeks arc now in the victory' gardens nnd your market 1 ;. They .ire larger than .scalllons nml do not have the strong flavor of onions. They are' a source of vitamins A, B, C and O, and contain some calcium, phosphorous and Iron. Use them as n vegetable, or in cream soups for Ihc hot weather luncheon. When selecting leeks, take only those Ihat nre young, crisp and tender, that 'Is,' those .with fresh green tops and medium slued necks which -should he well balanced for nt [cast 2 to 3 Inches'from the root. . Now i for a EOotl quick bread without any .shorteniiii;. The molasses," whole wheat, milk'nml mils miike It "he-man" food, ideal for tlie worker's lunch box ami children's luncheons. Molasses Nut Bread Without Shortening (Make* 1 loaf) One-half cup New Orleans molasses, 1 cup milk, ill cii|>s 'whole* wheat flour, : ,"i cup bread flour, % cup Mignr, 1 teaspoon soda, 'k teaspoon salt, 1 cup chopiied nut meats. Mix molasses and milk together in a bowl. Mix tlie whole wheat flour, sugar, soda, salt and nut meals and slir quickly inlo the liquid. Mix until Just blended, tlifn pour into a greased and inclix2 : H-Inch) and bake in a moderate oven (350 ( \ee. P.) 50-CO minutes. Cool In pan before slicing. Bits of Newt MutOy Does d StrefcFv for.• Uhd£ • Sam QtMtfo "WOMEN HEAR SIRS. HINDMAN Mrs. D. G. Hindman -was the principal speaker for the Woman's Society of Christian Service pro- grajii when the Yarbro Group met Thursday June 17 at the home of Mrs:-Eiza Wheeler, Tlie topic of study for the day was; "Across'The Nation With Our Rural Workers". Mrs. Hindman and her* husband the Rev. D. G. Hindman" having served in the rural their experiences there. Mrs. W. A. iHollingsworth ^discussed Rural Mexico and related her experiences in travels through that country. Mrs. Etchieson offered prayer after ..which... the hostess served a snlad plate and cake to the H present. . ' At The Hosphab BlytheviUe Hospital Dismissed— Larry Shumake, city. Walls- Hospital Admitted— • Mrs. Virgil Greene ,clty W.' E. Lott, Rt. i, city. Wylie Young, Dell. Cleo Wayne, Pope, city. Mrs. Virgil Clonninger, Caruthersville, Mo. Born to.Capt: and Afrs. George Babits, city, a son .yeterday. Dismissed— Mrs. William Garrett, city. Mrs. Orville Chancellor, Holland Mo. : . Mrs. H. W. Luker, city. W. O. Cochran, steele, Mo. J L. Johnson, city. Airs, J. H. Johnson, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— E.,R. Jones, city. Memphis JfethMlht H«*pllal Armittcd— Hoy May Nichd, Osceola. Social Calendar 1 FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Ross Moore will be hostess to the C.B.c. Club. HAVE BABY DAUGHTER Mr. niu! Mm. Herbert T. Shippen are the parents of a baby daughter aorn Tuesday night at tlie Metliod- st Hospital in Memphis. The baby weighing five pounds, clghl ounces, las been named Eliabcth in honor of Mr. Shlppcn's mother and staler, Mrs. Elinbeth Talc of Marletla, Ga. Tlie Shippcns huvc Iwo other children, Billy and Delia. * * * HAS 'SWIMMING PARTY Jcanctte Boweti whs hostess to 30 children of her age Wednesday morning for a swimming party al the . Osceola pool from 0:30 unlit 11 '.30, in honor of her cousins, Lamar »nri Evelyn Cwaltney, of Mena, Ark., who are spending the month of June here wllh their grandmother, Mrs. J .L Ward, and her minis. Randolph Smith of Blythevllle was also a guest of honor. He is visiting his grandmother, Mr.s. E. R, Smith, this week. Following llielr swim, Hie mothers served a picnic lunch under the trees at Ihc pool. * * • MRS. TAI.IAFERRO HONOItF.I) Mrs. D. S. Laney entertained her two-table bridge club with n. breakfast at, her home Tuesday morning in special compliment to Mrs, E. L. Taiiaferro of Wynne, formerly of Osceola nnd who was I a member of the club while living here. In Die bridge games Defend Stamps went lo Mrs. Martin Rose and Mrs. Laney for first and second high score award. After the games the guests went with Mrs. O. E. Massenglll to the Rustic Inn for luncheon, also in compliment to Mrs. Taiiaferro. The latter Is making her home with her mother in Wynne while Lletit. Taiiaferro is In the armed services. He is stationed at -Fort, Belvolr, Va. * * • PIONEERS ENTERTAINED Mrs. George Edrington and the Missionary Circle of which she is chairman, will be hosts to llie Pioneers, junor organlation ol children in the Presbyterian Church, for a swimming party and picnic Ftiday afternoo nto mark the close of thfir season's work and meetings. The children will go to the Osceola Pool at 4 o'clock tor two hours of swimming after which they will 10 to the home of Mrs. H. c. Dav- eft for his home after a visit of :wo weeks here as guest of Henry lames Swift and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant. Calvin is a senior in mechanical engineering in Yale University and enters soon In the V-7 clnss Naval Reserve nnd will graduate in October. Both boys were classmates In Yale University. Miss Posey Driver is In Shrcve- port, 1st., as guest of Maybeth linker, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. I'. D. Baker who formerly lived here. Wllma Clinton returned lo Washington tills week with her sister. Miss Barbara Clinton, who had spent two weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Clinton. Miss Clinton Is a supervisor in the office of Ihs chemical Warfare Division of Ihe War Department. Wll- ma will, remain, for a two weeks visit in Washington. Mrs. Ed Hicks will go to Memphis Thursday afternoon for a few hours vtsit with her husband, Edward 11. Hicks, who Is a patient at the Naval Base Hospilnl nt Millington. * * * ; ~'~;*i' CiRAIHJATKS FROM YAM? ' .Henry James Swift, son of Henry Swift and nephew of Mrs. Guy Bryant, mid a graduate of OsceMn High School, was rsccntly graduated from Yale University, New Haven, Conn. Henry Jame.v major was in Business Administration nnd Political Economy. He will spend the Summer here with his aunt and Mr. Bryant. Mrs. Dan Hamncr lias returned from two weeks with her husband, who Is in ihe Navy and stationed in Atlanta. 'He lias recently been promoted lo petty officer second claw and is link trained. Mr.s. Ham- ncr is employed ;it the BlyUieville Army Air ijase and spends the weekends here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Finley Cartwright. During one case in a Chicago cuurl, a lawyer put n question containing 4800 words. 'The answer was "No." Jesse IT. Wcub Jr., who underwent an operation . Tuesday at Memphis Baptist Hospital, was rc- movt'il to his home here ye.slenlay. His parents accompanied him. Mis. Mary Kthel Simmons has returned from a two days stay hi Memphis. E. K. Jones was admitted to tlie Baptist Hospital, Monday wliere he Ls undergoing treatment for n stoiu- acli ailmcnl. Staff Hci'gt. Cornelius Modlnger Jr., will arrive tonight from Camp Bowie, Texas, where he Is slalioneil in llic Quartermaster Cor]vs of'the Army, (or a visit with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs, Cornelius Modinger St. ' ' : , Mrs. W. M. Johnson" has returned to her home in Waco, Texas, nftci 1 n six weeks visit with her daughter. Mrs. Snuford Slie'ltou and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpole are visiting in Hardy, Mammoth Springs and other points in Arkansas tills week. Miss Doris Mulr went lo St. Louis yesterday to attend the wedding of her cousin, Chaplain Lelaud Jamison, which was solemnized loday at 4 o'clock. Prom there .she will go to Milton and Mexico, Mo., for a 10-day visit with:relatives before returning home. Mrs. Hugh Wliltsltt and daughter, Gail, and Miss. Maiy . Adah Robinson left yesterday for a vljsit with ihclr brother and uncle, First Lieut. Jack Robinson, stationed' at HoMns Field, Warner Robins, Ga. Mrs. I. R. Johnson. Mrs. Fred Warren and Miss Marjoric Warren spent today In' Memphis. Mrs. Virgil Greene underwent an operation tills morning at Walls Hospital. Stnlf Seigt. and Mrs. Robert P. Riimey arrived today from Nashville. Tenn., for a three-day vlsll with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramey and family. C. W. Bealc Jr., of tlie Naval Training station at Millingtoii, Term., is the guest of his aunts. Mrs. H. G. Wickliain and; Miss Bess Hall, and oilier relatives. In the Navy for 14 months, he has been stationed In California until several monllis ngo when he was transferred to Millington. His home is in Memphis. Gene Bartlett has returned from Hot Springs where he with hl«. family spent a week on Lake-Catherine. Mrs. Bartlett and the twins, Lary Eugene nnd Frances Miiurlne, went from there to Batesville, Ark., where they will visit for a , while -With Mrs. Bartlett's parents?-Mr and Mrs. C. V. Stevens. Dr. James Webb of RiKsellville is visiting his uncle, Dr. Floyt Webb and family, enroute to New Drleans where he will serve his' in- tenic.siilp at Charity Hospital: Lieut. E. L. Stafford, who is-sta- lioncd nt Fort Eustls, Va., is sp'end- itilj a short leave here with his par- Singers To Convene CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo,, June 1—The annual Til-County Sing- ig -Convention will- ue. held .at. lollniui high school, Sunday, June i. beginning at 10 a. m. Groups omposlng the Tri-County orgiuilza-- Ion arc Mississippi County, Ark,; 3yer County, Ttnn.; and Pemlscot Oounty, Mo, II. E. L. Smith Is presl- leiH of the PemLscol County organization, which will be Ihc' host ;roup to Ihe convention. The Dex- ,er,. Mo., quartet will he special juest, singers, and the welcoming address will be delivered by the Rev. Grlfflii of Dell, Ark. (•ills, Mr. and Mrs. U W. Stafford, and other relatives. Mrs. J.-C. .Curvln has returned iom a vtsll hi Tiptonville, .Tenn., where, she , visited her daughter, Mrs. Tommy Willis and Mr. Willis ilso her two sons, • Robert Simmons ami Llge Simmoiis Jr., and their amines. Mrs. James Barksdnle and Mls.t Virginia Swearengen spent yesterday in Memphis. Miss Ann Crook, went to Mem- >hls yesterday where she will visit ler sister, Mrs, Jimmy Williams. Mrs. Mary Vivian who underwent an eye operation at the Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose nml Throat Hospital. Memphis Is recovering and soon will lie able to return home. Her daughter, Mrs. George Cross is with her. Mils Louise Cribbs of Tutwllcr, Iss,, will arrive today foi 1 a visit with Miss Martha-Frances Stevens arid tier parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Stevens of Dell. Mrs. W. F. Cooley and children, David and Carol returned to Iheir home in Siloam Springs yesterday after a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon nnd Mr. The whippet, fastest dog in the world, is a cross' between the greyhound and Ihc terrier. SKIN IRRITATIONS Of IMPLES ACNE ETTER ECZEMA a linen Johns, bride-elect. Dice have been found in the tombs fo ancient Egypt by archeologists. president, Alice Ann Davkison, vice president, and Betty Jean Coleman secretary. • t » Calvin Sykcs of New York city Old Fashioned Tent Revival Comer of Walnut & First Blytievffle, Art, Jun e 27th thru July 18th~" Rev. Avery T. Willis | .SUNDAY—8 p.m. "An Old Time New Testament Holy Ghost Revival." ELMER THOMAS-Musician & Voc : Public Is Cordially Invited f>rtm»lly tlatiif) the Antiseptic—easy way Mri (h famous Bl nek And Whito Ointment. Pro motea denting., tcsz-cns Bean-ing. Use only M ^ directed. Clonnwdaily with' [ lUnckanrnvhUc Skin Soap. 1 ' undtr-arm "• Cream Deodorant Stops Perspiration 1. Does not rotfjreises or men's shim. Docs noc imuie skin. 2. Nowiilingtodiv. OnbcuscJ nglit after sluying. 3. Iimamly stop J perspiration for 1 to 3 iliyi. Prevents odor. 4. A jnirc, white, srcmlcsi, stainless vaniiliing ctcam. 5. AwirJcJ Approval Scil of American Institute of LaunJer- inc for being harmless lo Dreamed up by the Army Ordnance Division," this car is one of 100 which have lieon sawed through/ »nd elongated to accommodate 15 persons, instead of the.five the- sedan was designed for... Operation, took place in.Seattle.i.Vehicle.has^cen appropriately.dul)l)cd.thc i l'Dachshund."'.^i> / ii^ij» 1 and Mrs. Paul Cooley. Mrs. T. H. Ilaynes left yesterday for Fort Smith, where she will visit for two weeks with her son, Russell iinyncfi and family. She was accompanied by her grandson, Harry Carter Fan 1 . Those who will attend Hie Baptist Camp for young people noxl week at Siloam Springs arc J. P. Friend, R. A. TYlcml, Dan Cnld- wcll, Jack Hood, Billy Joe Taylor, Mary Jim Hill and Irene Johnson. Local Group Wins' Girls State Honors Blythevllle girls claimed many honors at Girls State In Little Rock last week. Mary Gray served as a member of the House of Representatives. Floy Ann Sample was appointed head of the Arkansas State Planning Board and Mury Tucker Moore was named commissioner of history. These were appointive offices by the governor of Girls Stale. Miss Ncllt> Dickinson and Miss Margaret Crook were named aldermen from the cities they repre- sented. Miss Moore and Miss Sample .served on the rules ami orde of business committee nnd Mis Sample was mentioned as : nominee [or governor. • • This proect is sponsored by tin American I-egion Auxiliary in co operation with civic clubs when the organization and problems o federal, state, county, and city gov eminent is studies, thus enabling the girls to'become holler wome of tomorrow. First state lo abolish capita punishment was Michigan, in 1847 Don't Nefjlwt Slipping FALSE TEETH Do false teeth drop, slip or wall hie when yon talk, eat, laugh a sneeze? 13on't be annoyed and em baiTassecl by such handicaps. PAS TEETH, an alkaline (non-acid powder to sprinkle on your plates, keeps false teeth more firmly sel Gives confident feeling b( sc'ctir Jty and added comfort. No gum my, gooey, pasty taste or feeling Gel FASTEETH today at drug store. PRACTICAL, COOL, SERVICEABLE, GOOD LOOKING You have important war work to do this Summer —you must dress for maximum efficiency. Try. I'enncy's furall ypur Summer Apparel needs —you won't be disappointed. Just What You Want For Summer SUITTYPE FROCKS Smart Uvo-piecers that can ?o anywhere! Your favorite polka dot prints,' practical navy or summer pastels. Cool rayons with frothy organdy 3r bright tliini! 12-20. Before inserting n fuse In a car as a substitute for one that has burned out, it Ls it good Idea lo discover the reason for the failure of the dead one.- Navajo National Monument, Arizona, had 513 visitors in ism. BOW SHE SHOPS CASHANDCAfiRY ,, ainful Backache Pill in vi. • - • l tor Doa,>» n for over n v. • ti ,. f? -i •', ¥"," ''"Pi" "•*' "'"' »•'" i"ip 11.0 lamilwotEuliicy liibvsllualimjlijoiioii. otu v-Mto ham your blood. Oft Doau'a I'ilS BINGO PARTY Catholic Hall Thursday, June 24, 8 p. m. Benefit of Al(:ir Society ADMISSION 35c The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD RAY, the msdern, scientific wave. No heat—No 'machines. Drop In for details. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 B. First Phone 2532 •••^^•^•^••^•^^••••^^•••^^••••^•^^^B* III/ - ( $iiK&^2^ FLOWER-LIKE You know the LIFT you get when yon pia i ficsli, Spiiaj noscg.iy on your sliouMor? Tim's ihe kinJ of MPT ili« goes with Swcctllcirt'i Jclk.vtc fr.igrjncc! Enjoy ftagiint Swcctl Ic.ut ddnsings (ijjly. Get pmc, milJ Swccillcirt Sojp, in the Jjiaty ovj| ^ ukc Out lists anJ l«is— -viand vise it ttgu\M\y! •- • SWEETHEART 'RUB-A-DUB-DUB" COTTONS Sheer cotton oral prints, c.indy stripes, polkn dots or plain colors with trimmings lo set her eyes a-spnrkle! 3-X, 1-14. Penney's New Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN :<W n.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday •A WOMEN'S ROUGH STRAW HATH you'll love these - brimmed tyles in a nalur- B o 1 d e n color «Bli straw; , tco ami other shade. 1 !! ROXY SWIMAWAYS Nlfhl Every Nltbt Excel* Saturday. Box Office Opens 6:U Show Starts 7:00 OBttnnot Sh«m 8»t. «n« 8«J«- Thursday and Friday No lime 1 for c A figure moulding style of rnyon nnd cotton Rick-rack braid at neckliucl Gny embroidery on the skirl! . At Koine! At Work! At Tiny! ^ SLACK SUITS • Crispy Summer Kaynns! • Bultun Closing Slacks; • With Handsome Details! Saitly tailored . . . trimly fitted. Tuck-In or jacket type shirts! 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