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PAGE TWO _^_ BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS D. A. R. Chapter Meets Yesteiday At Hotel Noble Mrs. Cecil Shane, Mrs. M. O. Us- rcj mid Mrs H W VVylle « ere hostesses to members. of the charlevoix Chapter" of the Daughters of the American Revolution when they entertained with a> 1 o'clock luncheon yesterday 1 at Hotel Noble. The large dining table where Uie guests were seated for luncheon. had lo: a centerpiece, a iase of variegated snapdragons Following '•. luncheon guests went to the Colonial Room of uie hotel, where Mrs. C. R. Penn, regent, presided over the meeting. .The program on "Thomas M- ferfeon, Archileci of Democracy , ' was presented bj Mtss Cordelia WUhtte Fourteen mernbf rs . were present. • • « Pvt Feiguson Honoied At Family Reunion Sunday Pvt, Brady, Ferguson, who has recently 'returned aftcv three years service In Alaska , and the Aleutians, was guest 'of, honor nt a dinner fcarty and family reunion held Sinfday at llifc home of his mother, Mrs. Ella Ferguson, at 535 Jjumerale ' Street. Included among the large number of out-of-to*n guests were his three 'brothers, ''Clifford' Ferguson and Mri'. .Ftrgusgn, of Caruthersville, Mo], R. D. Ferguson of Benton Harbor, Mich,-, and :Grandvllle Ferg«soB;of . StaUmvllle, Term., and Miss Ethel Ltster of Holland, Mo. Present .also .were Private Ferguson's Jthree sisters and 'their families^ all of BlytheMlle making this occasion a memorable one ns the flrsf gathering of the entire famth In fue jears Piivat^ Ferguson will return to his camp within n dibit time • Sprightly Salads For Spring . I _6rSMe : .(l.ivdFeil jrcl.-iliii iiiold civH.spr'iiijr.foui'ii io jfii i Club, Guests BY CAVNOH MAKDOX NKA SlalT Writer Spring nnd salads go together in any good wartime food budget, And gelatin molds of hull or vegetables make a imti-iltoiis nnd delicious salad, besides lending n touch of color to the table setting. For the vegetable sajads, asparagus is a popular favorite base. It's on the market now, so' let's turn to the new took by Florence A. Cowlcs and Florence LaGnnke Harris, called "400 Salads." Here nvb jidme of its fine Idens for making the most of every kind ol salad Ingredient. Asparagus In n King Six green pepper rings; 18 rooked asparagus stalks, lettuce, 1 cup diced carrots, 1 cup diced cl'lery, j-l cup shallot French dressing. Wnsh the [treon pepper. Remove Mtss. Margaret Shaver was hos- -. , - .A... , 'ss to members df.the Double O Ut"l OCOUfs Will Attend Opera 'Carmen' Tonight stem ends, seeds mid pllh. Cul crosswise rings about 1-1 inch thick. Insert three asparagus tips in each ring. Lay these rings on lettuce. Place a mound of orange-colored carrol and one of pale-green celery on each plnte. Serve with shallot French dressing. To mnkc shallot French dressing, ridd 2 tnbld.'ipoon.s shallots, finely choppbcl, to regular French dressing. Banded Asparagus Salail Uetluce, cooked nsj>aragus, i lianl- cookcd egg while, 1 tablespoon pi- inlento, 1 tablespoon pickle, 1 tablespoon parsley, French drcsslns, Lltie salad, plates with lettuce. Marinate the cooked nsparngus tips. Lay four or five on each plate, clioji the egg while, pimenlo, pickle and ixirsley together. Spread this as a band oh the asparagus stalks below the tips. Dress with French dressing, Bits of News Mostly, Personal 1M. and Mrs. Hershel M. Garner have returned lo Smofcoy Hill Army Air Meld, Sullna, Kans., after spending- n 15-clny leave with his mother, Mrs, Belle Garner and Ills two sisters, Mrs, Waller Thurmond and Mrs. Elbcrt Bryeans and their fnmillcs. Private earner has teen in service for five, months. Mr. and Mrs, Walter U Stiles spent the weekend in Memphis where they were the guests of their son, Maynarcl Stiles and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Berryman and children Mury Sue and Bill, spent I IIP weekend in CniiiUiers- ville with relatives. _ Mis. 7,. A. McQiiLslon has returned fiom a visit with her sister In Birmingham where she spent » week. Stic was Joined Saturday in Memphis by Mr. McQlilston, and they spent the weekend there with their daughter, Mrs. Robert S. Kll- vlngton ana family. Mrs. Howard Frisby of Memphis is spending Ibc week here ns the guesl of Mrs. Theodore Logan and Mrs. John Foster and their families ' 1 '** formcr)i ' llml '" U 'V- Mrs. irn Wallers and Miss Adeba allba spent yesterday In -Memphis. Mrs Loy Welch and Mrs. James B. Clnrk relumed yesterday afternoon from Alton III. and St Louis While in Alton Mrs. Welcli w !°, ", er , UH "!.')'ter Miss Martha Welch who is in school there Mrs. .Inez Short of Evansville i^m'T'' 5 ' Etllel ** • y " rclmnc<1 2, 10-H Tomatoes Sensitive To Weather it^xj iw llimiiuuib Ul . UlC J-HJHUIQ (_T Club mi'd two guests last night when she cntprttiinert at her suburban liome. Guests included Mrs. W. K. Francis-; of Pine Bluff, housegucsl of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Little, and Mrs Tobj Long Narcissi and lilies were arranged In the In ing room while gay colored pansies floating inacrjstalboul featured, the decoraion of the " ing lable! t High iscore prize was awarded Mis J Farris McCalla while Mrs Long received second high A dessert course was served ImtialjClub Enteitained Mrs Cecil Qrayes was a guest of Mrs Claude Sfc\Vart Monday afternoon when she entertained members of. the Initial Club at her home. , Bunco prize was non by Mra Hennarr May high bv Mrs Graves and IOTS* by Mrs Johnnj Hiekman A salad*plate with iced-drinks was served Infant Daughtei Named ; r ' Women's Church Group Mrs vanc cg Henderson on^Apnl"? Awards Life Membership Wilford vvns made an ; member of the A group of niythevillc Girl Sconls will allcnd their nrsl opera lonlghl when they hear "Carmen" presented by members df the San Carlo Opera Co., at Ellis Auditorium in Memphis . 'Carmen" is particularly interesting to the girls at tills tune as this opera has recently been studied by members of the group in a course of music appreciation, u project of tile Girl Seoul organization which has been conducted'by Mrs. Dalton I C. Powlslou, their .musical 'director. Mrs. Hay List, Mrs. Bob Harris and Miss Jean Sarbcr will chape-r- one one-group, which:in addition to the Girl Scouts, includes .one youth, Dick Grcenweli.' Girls in Ihis group include Knll'vryn Martin, Shjrley King, nnd Peggy Gillcn- waler. Mi and Mrs. Samuel P. Norrls will altciui wllh their daughter, Maureen Norris, Gay Garrlgan, Nancy Richards and Ramoim Crafton. The Henderson 1 - have another -...M 'Aviiuuiauii tin vc uiiuinei daughter, Cecelia Ann, ^ho Is two 'At the Hospitals J Blythevllle Hospital Admitted — Bobbie Turnage, Haytl, Mo Dismissed:— N T Wade, cltj Afrs Coy Cook Dell Mrs. Eula Griggs, Hcrmondale, Mo H. L: BaWrldge,.city: i iValis Hospital Admitted:— Mrs W C Maughan, Luxora Nita Carroll Farmer, Stecle, Mo Harojd Chipm^n, Manila. Dismissed: Mrs ,E S Ray, city Jackie. Halstead 'Jr.; Holland, ^!o Mrs G W Huff, city Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— / Mrs. T. O, Hoagland, Osceola. Memphis St Joseph's Hospital Admitted- David Earl Boberts. Caruthera- villc, Mo Memphis SfefhoSlsl Hospital Admitted— J. P.'.Prlchard,- Carutherevtlle. Boyh'ofd Friends Meet It waS "Christmas In April' according to Johnny White, son of Mr and Mrs Ben While, when 1\6 and Jack Chamblin, members ol the Seabees'and now slationed in Hawaii, recently located Bobby McHaney,-a member of the Marine Corps iilso In Hawaii Old school mates and ' r tjmn friends/ the three Sad a 'talk-fest', according to Kurs ie- ceived from them, and made plans lor furflier mE-etlngs Jack ,1s the son of Mr and Mrs L D Crnmblln and Bobbj is the son of Mr. snd Mrs John McHanev Coming Eventi THURSDAY Mrs. Charles Lahgstoh entertaining Club Eight. M'ra. J. F. Nolen entertaining G. N. B. Club. Mln-Weck Club meeting wllli Mrs H, H, lldubhlhs. Elliott Plckher Oinptcr of United Daughters' of the Confederacy meeting for luiichcon with Mrs S P. Martin, 12:30 p.m. Double Four Club meeting with Mrs. Ed Cook. Mrs. P. B. Joyner entertaining Thursday Contract Club. PKIDAY Mrs, J. D. Smith entertaining C D. ,q. r CHib. .•Mrs; Kdwin Robinson entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. . Meetings Chlckasawba tidge No. 134 p &A.-M. will hold" a stated mceUnj>' tomorroiv niglil,' 7:30 o'clock, at the hall. The first degree .will be conferred it was announced by Dcwey Oentry, worshipful master. Rend Courier News Want Aas Women who suffer SIMPLE doty of Christian Service, at n district meeting yesterday at Marked Tree. Mrs. James Hill Jr., president of the Women's Society of Christian Service at First Methodist Church in Blylheville, was elected district secretary of Christian social relationship and local church activities. • Delegates from the First Methodist Church here were Mrs. Wilford nnd Sirs. A. O. Hudson, while Mrs. Bales Sturdy represented Lake Street Methodist Church. [f lack of blood-iron makes you paie, vcak, "dragged out"—try Lydla Pink-' lam's TABLETS —one of the best :ibme ways lo help build up red blood :o get more strength and energy—In such cases. Follow label dirccllons. Lydia Pinktiam's TA9itT£ There were only 320,000 motor trucks In the United Stales in 19n. To transmit, distress signals over a greater range, the Army and Navv now send aerials aloft by means of kites launched by racki-t pistol. OPEN UPR COlrj-ClOGCED NOSfeT JcUhrotigli colda* niV" . B-il blockade, give head [. cold llic nir. Cfxiilion: UEO only M dircctoil. PENETRO NOSE DHOPS > Midwest ICE CREAM uy Your Home a Pints 20e; Quarts 40c When YOJ : Groceries-Take Carton! CECIL LOV/E Grocery & Market We Dellm Pa*k & N, Hwy, 61 Phone 597 C E, COOPER Has Moved His FURNITURE STORE To 1917 WcslMaln'St. MANY UAItGAINS Wfiy Mountain Valley Water Is recommended for ARTHRITIS—KIDUtY and BLADDER conditions • This natural mineral water from Hot Springs, Arkansas, helps to— 1. Stimulate kidney function 2. Soothe bladder Irritation 3. Neutralize uric-acidity 4. Discharge excessive wnsles. Crosstown Whiskey Shop 109 S. Division ,MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 S. First Phone 2532 ^ Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Evenings By Apnnlntnitrtl THURSDAY NIGHT S .'.M., April 13th at the Legion Hut Sponsored By DOGWOOD HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB CXSteen's Studio 105 W. Main 6 PICTU RES and One Enlargement COPYING and ENLARGING a Specialty. Bring Us Your KODAK FILMS for Enlarging & Printing , lias relumed BV HENKY I/, I'HEE Widten .for NBA While tcmnlo culture Is rather simple, it is most sensitive to frost, blight' and lack of soil moisture. Amateur gardeners starting |>lttnts indoors, often find them injured or killed by a little gas from the I'.itrhen range. Tomatoes grow best in n well- drtiliii'd, sandy, loamy soil to which lime lins been added. A loose, limed soil encourages deeper root growth. Plants of early varieties j.ny.iM not bo set out until after Uie frostproof OMC -.vlicn nil danger of chill is OVO'. 1 . Plants for late, varieties fan bo grown hi the nard3ii from svccl sown in mid-May, noil. results me obtained If these Jilanls are not transplanted. The average home gardener should buy [Jotted plants offered by dealers at the time they should be planted out. The best plnnls are stocky and generally no more than 8 to 12 inches high. I'ltinls grown indoors should be transplanted In the seedling singe from the lint to individual containers when four to five Inches high, transferred from the warm house to the cold frame or cool room where llic temperature can be maintained between 55 and CO degrees. This will retard growth, and so harden off the plants. If your, plants ore tali and sunnily, pinch them liactt to make them stocky. Tomato plfinls sprawl nnturnlly when left to themselves and unless staked should be spaced four Keeping Up With The Men In Service after a brief visit willi her daughter, Mrs. S. S. Patterson, nnd her grauddaughler, Vivian . Patterson, at their homo. In Jackson, Miss. Mrs. S. D. Wilford and Miss Anne Dcen wll) spend tomorrow in Memphis, going down especially to attend the opera, "La Travinta", to be presented tomorrow afternoon at the Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Leo have returned to Dycrsburg, Twin., after su'cticllng the Easter holidays here as guests of Mrs. G. W. DUlnhunty. They were accompanied home by Mrs. J. M. Gillcsple and John Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs, Harinnn Taylor who will mnke tin extended i visit there. ' . J Ring of fertilizer, ' placed . : around lomalo plan!, will speed i : Its growth. '••'•- I feet apart each way. The home gardener cramped for space should train his plnnts to stakes set about, 21'j feet npart each way. The early! Victor requires no staking as it is! a small plant nnd not given to! sprawling. Since the tomato root system is rather meager, a mulch of some sort is recommended to check weed growth, conserve • soil ' moisture and reduce labor of cui-' livation. I Staked tomatoes are pruned by removing Iho stem sprouts which develop al the leaf crotches. Do not prune lop unlit plant growth is above the stake. Tight nround (he stem, is the rule ill tying. Use strong soft twine, passing under nearest: leaf. Tic every 8-10 inches and avoid lying blossom clusters between the stem and stake. King of fertilizer, placeil around loniiilo plant, will speed Its growth. Pvt. Elmo Frcels, son of. Ira Frcels of Blylhevllle, has arrived safely in England. AMM3u Charles Lcland Anderson, son of Mrs. W. O. Anderson, Route l, Blythovllle, was included among the 38 sailors, marines nnd coast -guardsmen who graduated recently lifter a course In functional swimming and water safely nt San Juan, Puerto Rico. Uobert Berryman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berryman, is now In his third week of boot training in San Diego, Calif. Other Bly'the- vllle m«n stationed iht-re for bort training ore Calvin Hill and".Virgil Boyd. P.vt. Harold Lavurh Mitchell, son Of Mr. anrl Mrs. Albert Mitchell of Manila, is attending the B-24 Liberator bomber mechanics school at Keesler Held. Miss., where he tr- pects (o graduate next week. James D. Necdliain. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mnrlln Needham of Ely- Iheville, has been promoted lo the rank of -staff sergeant with the Marine Corps, Sergeant Needham has been on duty in the South Pacific for the past eight months. Intercity Biis Traffic Kises CHICAGO (U.P.)—Ivan Bowen, geiiernl counsel of the National Association of Motor Bus Operators, said that highway busses now lire carrying more than, half of all Intercity passengers. He said that intercity busses would continue to offer lower tariffs than other carriers. From 1932 through 1941, he said, Intercity bus fares declined 40 per cent from nii average of 2.4 cents lo 1.4 cents per mile. Ybufirsf I'll have a Chesterfield while you talk IT MEANS A LOT when a cigarette gives you the genuine satisfaction you get from Chesterfield. It MEANS that Chesterfield, more than any other cigarette, gives you the things that count... real Mildness, Better Taste and a Cooler Smoke. The reason is Chesterfield's 5 Key-words RIGHT COMBINATION Thursday — Friday -.— And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 0 J Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 6Gc Per Person U. S. airline planes arc now flown about 1 1-2 limes as many miles daily as prior to June I, 1943; average load carried per mile lias Increased 4t) per cent. the Gift Shop Modern anil Antique Gifts 'C6JJMETICS BAhir GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Kveryboily Ihgrarn Blclg. Phdiie 2251 MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Operis 1:45 Show Starts .2:00 LISTEN Tb KLCN 6 ».m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 pjta. Last Time Today 'Hi Diddle with MaHiia Scbtl and Adolphe Mehjou "March of Time" Selected short subjects, Thursday aiul Friday fe*P" SiVEK w>\ jm^'\ 6KW/CZX £:**;£.'£ *-> . - :AHOTHERf \ MO to MSJlc MflriEM.' with ,v s William '•gtf GAXTCJN ' - Virginia WF.IDLER TOMMY DiX NANCY WAUER JUNE AUKSOH KENN^ BOWtlS - GtORIA DiHAVEM JACK JORDAN Scr«»Ti Play, by IrvTng &rether and Fr*d fi(iVI«h'6ffff • Book by Jctm C«ctl Hofm • Myiic end lyrkl by HwgS Marlm and Ralph Olana And Prodyted «™ ISie Sloge by Gcoige Abbon Diicaii by EDVASD CU2ZE11 • Predund by . ARTHUft f»EED Paramount Xeiis and Scleclcil Sliort Subjects ROXY Matinees Sat. * Snn. Only Opens Mill night 6:30; Starts.6:W Optns Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Conttanbiu Shows Sat, »hd Snn. Urgaln Night tvcry Night Except Saturday. No puses honored on Sunday at the Roiy. Lafcl Time Today 'Something About A Soldier' with Evelyn Kcyes anrl Micliaet Duane Selected Short Subject Thursday atid Friday Selected Short Subjects

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