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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 11, 1944
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THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1<]<M ISLYTHEVILLE (AHK.)' COURIER NEWS Gracluales Arc Honored t Luncheon Yesterday Seniors of Blylhevllle high school, Miss WiJbclm and Miss uowen, senior class sponsors, W. 8. Nicholson, school superintendent, Mrs. Nicholson, Miss Hardy, high school principal, and Miss Terrell liss slant principal, wore entertained w in a luncheon yesterday at the wonians Club by members of thc Junior-Senior Parent Teacher Association. Mrs. c. E. Criggcr Jr., hospitality chairman, was In charge of Ihe affair, assisted by Mrs. Garth Cast- ho, Mrs, Russell Parr, Mrs. George Barham, Mrs. P. E, Black, Mrs Joe Ferguson. Mrs. D. E. Oillen- waler, Mrs. . Harvey Morris, Mrs nosca Crafton. Mrs, J. E. Halsell and Mrs. George Pollock Jr. Guests were received by Mrs, | -Homer, Junior - Senior Parent Teacher Association president. Mrs. Black ,-ind Mrs. E. B. Woottson. officers or the association. The ' club room was decorated with red roses and sprays of mock orange bto(sonis, while' illie fi>u|- long tables were decorated with low howls ol roses. The luncheon napkins were rolled in (lie shape of high school diplomas, and,tied with red and white satin ribbons, to carry out the class colors. Place cards, hand marie by Mrs. George Barham. were l pen sketches or graduate.*; In their caps and gowns. : Miss Wilhelm gave the invocation and a two course luncheon was [ served ihe. 72 gucsls present. I .T..i. Denton Is Hostess Jo P.E.O. Sisterhood "Mrs. W. I. Denton was hostess to 15 members of Chapter "D" of the P.E.O. Sisterhood when she enter- I tamed yesterday afternoon will) a I luncheon at Hold Noble. l Roses in a low bowl formed the | centerpiece lor the luncheon table. Following luncheon the program wn.s presented by Mrs. R. P. Kirsh- ncr. who gave a book review of Zofia Kossak's "Blessed Arc Thc | Meek". • Mrs. J. W. Bobbins of Steele, Mo., Iras again become affiliated with Chapter "D" and attended thc meeting yesterday. Daughter Bom Yesterday Lieut, and Mrs. Hal Moore are I the parents of a daughter born yes- I terday afternoon, C o'clock, at" an Austin. Texas, hospital. The baby, I their first child, has been named I Nancy Jane. 1 Lieutenant Moore, who is station- I crt in Alliance, Neb., with the Ar- I my Air Forces, is In Aiistln with I his wife- and Slighter. He .is the I son of Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore. I * * * Club Eight Entertained | At Afternoon Bridge Party Mrs. Ralph Nichols was a guest 'Sfcilrs. R. B. Stout yesterday af- coition when rhe entertained I members of Club Eight at the home 1 of Mrs. H. G. Partlow. . I Mock orange, iris and roses dec- lorate^ the entertaining- rooms I where the small tables were ar- I ranged for an afternoon bridge I Bame. I Mrs. G. O. Poetz received high I score prize and Mr.s. Charles Lang- Istoa second high. 1' A dessert course was served. Birthday Party Given Mrs. P. M. Chcshler Jr. entertained Saturday afternoon at the home of her parents, the Ecv, and Mrs. H. E. siinms, honoring her young son, "Butchy," who celebrated his second birthday that day. Games were played, after which the young guest of honor oiwned hts present.*;. Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served the 14 children pYcsent for the affair; Mrs, Chcshler was assisted by M«. Irene Davis, Miss Charlotte Simtris, Miss Shirley Jeanne Collins <and Miss Peggy Bralchcr. '..'' ' • * • • : Junior-Senior P.T.A. Has Meeting Tuesday The Rev. S. B. Wilford, pastor of Firtt Methodist Church, was guest speaker at the niecting of the Junior-Senior Parent Teacher Association held Tuesday afternoon at the school. The general meeting was preceded by an executive board meeting, presided over by Mrs. W. L,. Hor- ncr, president. 'Hie Rev. Mr. Wilford chose for Ills topic "National Family Week", which Is being observed" throughout th c nation this week. A.D.C. Club Entertained' By Mrs. Albert K. Taylor Mrs. Albert K. Taylor, who often plays bridge with members of thc A.D.C. club, entertained that group and on e guest, Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, yesterday afternoon at her home on Hcarn Street. Spring flowers were effectively arranged throughout thc house. High score pi'tzc went to Mrs. Ben llarpolc and second high to Mrs. J. Fan-Is McCalls. A salad course was served. • * • Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Buckley Honor Sudbury Faculty Mrs. L. E. Baker and Mrs Earl Buckley entertained iasl night «>jt|, a dinner parly at the Baker home in special compliment to teachers In Sudbury School, and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, city su|)crvisor of elementary schools. A yellow and. green color scheme was carried out, with the centerpiece of thc dining table formed of yellow flowers Interspersed with delicate ferns, and flanked with slender yellow candles.. other Spring blossoms decorated thc living room ol the house. Following the three course dinner, the 10 guests spent the evening .informally. *•+•«• ' • r • • Mrs. Pollard Honored At Informal Parties Mrs. W. J. Pollard, who is making her home at Dearborn, Mich while Captain Pollard is stationed at nearby Romulus. Mich., with the Air Transport Command, has been honored informally since her arrival here a week ngo for a visit with her sister, Mrs. A. M. Butt and family. Among the parties given for Mrs. Pollard was the morning party given Monday by Mrs. F. E. Black at her home on Hearn street, when guests included members of thc Wednesday Bridge Club and a few of Mrs Pollard's most intimate friends.' Turn Leftovers Into Muffins r ; ** V"" Stifes&a Spiced coffee muffins nuke breakfast i j»l» »Jtair. BV CJAYNXHl MADDOX NKA Staff Wrllcr Fi-csli spring fruit and hot niuf- Ins start the day off brilliantly. Tr v this recipe, which usc.s bread crnsls and leftover stale sliced bread. Dr v the bread well in a very slow oven and roll or put through meat grinder. Splcccl Coffee Muffins (Makes I medium-sized muffins) Oiic-linlf cup dried fine bread crumbs. 1 cup strong coffee, l egg slightly beaten. ',{, cup molasses 2 tablespoons melted fat or drippings. 1'X.' cups flour, sifted, y, teaspoon •wit. V- teaspoon soda. 2 teaspoons baking powder, y/ teaspoon cinnamon or allspice, '', teaspoon cloves, Add crumbs to coffee and allow to stand 2 minutes. Add slightly — — •••-'> vi >.-v,>r. ilXlll Oll^llt J J beaten egg, molasses and melted L. Mix and sift, the dry ingredi- cuts ami odd all at on c time to llrst mixture. I'our into inulth) puns and bake 30 lo 35 nilniilcs In moderately hot oven (425 dv-grceJS Here's u recipe that, puts extra pi-olctn Into the day's menu by using soya grits, .. : , Soya (irils Muffins . ', (Makes 12 miifrius) " Two cups sifted all-purpose- cn- richeil flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, : Y, (easpoon suit,' 1-3' cup soya grits, . 1 egg. well bca : (cii- 1IS cups mill:, 2 leaspoons -'melted' wiorleiiitif.'. Sin together Hour, baking'pow- der and salt, stir In soya grits. Combine the egg milk and ineUcd shortening. Add liquid lo the flour mixture, stirring on| v until, mixed. Fill greased miirrin pans iwd-lhhds lull. Bake lor 25 minutes'in 425 degrees P. oven. Son i s Born Saturday Announcements have been received of Ihe birth of a son, Robert McCall Crutchor, to Mr. and Mrs William Crutcher. of St. Louis The child was born Saturday al St Luke's Hospital in St. Louis Mrs. Crutcher is Iho former Miss Virginia McCall. daughter of Dr and Mrs. \V. S. CcCall, who made their home In niythcvillc for many years. The CmIchcrs have another son Scott. At the Hospitals Rlythcrillc Hospital Admitted— l J. A. Mctcalr, city. Jesse McNichols, city. Dismissed— Mrs.' silt tie Wilson;-city. .': Mrs.. Paul Martin, city Mrs. Elvie Hall, city. Mrs. Ray Cunningham and baby, Walls Hospital Dismissed— Mrs. Finley Perkins and baby, city. Mrs. Julius Ballagh, city Mrs. H. L. Smith, Dell. Mrs. Archie Olsen, Warden. Mo Memphis Baplist Hospilal Admitted- Mrs. Doyle Henderson, city. Mrs. Robert Quillen, Caruthcrs- ville, Mo. John Crossknoe, city. Memphis Melhodlst Hospilal Admitted-• O. Hemphill. -. Caruthcrsvlllc, Virginia Layue Is Briclei, Of Chavlcs H. Hcidcrsliott LKACllVlLLIi, Ark., May 1L—Mr. ami Mrs. Lloyd Lnync uniieuncc the marriage of their daughter, Miss Virginia Lnync, to Charles H; Hcn- dersholt, son of Mr. and Mrs.-Clyde Wlllard of BlyllicvDlo. Tile marriage was solcmnl/cd In u twilight ceremony Saturday night at the home of Ihe RcV. P, Ernest ^ Bray, pastor of the First Baptist Chinch in Leachville. Miss Frances Mac Pierce, who served as the bride's only attendant, wore a dress of navy sheer wllh while accessories. • ' The bride wore H dressmaker suit of while, with black accessories and a corsage of orchids. •Lloyd Layne Jr., Vjrothcr'of the bride, served as best man.' ' ' Mrs. Heiirtcrsholt was graduated from Lcaclivillc high school and now is a student al Southern Dap- list College, Pocahontas, Ark. Mr. Hendcrsholt was graduated from Holland high school and lor the past year has been attending Naval Academy Preparatory School at Bainbridge, Md. Bead uouner nevi »«nt ! Bits of News t Wostly Personal Mr. ami Mrs, Charles l,. o/ier ol Mobile, Ala., haw arrived to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lun- drum and other friends In lllyllic- vllle, whore they formerly imide tlH'ir home. On their return to Mobile next week Ihcy will be accompanied by Mrs, O/ler's sister, Mrs nick Webb, also ol Mobile, who has spent the pasl month here us I lie guest of relatives. K L. Fowler of Memphis and Fred C. Fowler of Little Rock, relumed home loday utter a week's visit here with Ihcir mother, Mrs. A. H, Fowler, and their slsler, Mrs. M. O. Goodwin. NIis. Doyle Henderson uiulerwent an operation yesterday morning al Memphis Baptist Hospital. Her condition Hits morning was very tjoud . Hurry w. If nines left this morn- Ing for Chapel lltll, N. C., where he will spend several days with Ills son, Hurry A. Jlulnes, who Is a slu- denl at University ol North Curo- llnn. Mrs. J. c. Ellis Sr,, spent Tuesday In Memphis with her mother, who Is a pallenl al Melhoilisl llos- pilnl, Mm. Kiuuicll rtiirltnm, the Rev. fi. S. llaird and their Infant (laughter, llctli, returned Tuesday inijl'il from Memphis where Ihey atteml- ccl the Iwo day Hrotherhood Con- vorntlon of -Clii-lsllan ciiuiThes, held at Linden Avenue Church. Roland Davis, wlio recently graduated from thc Nnvnl Plro Control School at San Francisco,-Is spending a furlough here with his par-l ems. Mr. and ^Mrs. O. W. Davis and family. He will leave'Monday by plane to •return lo San Francisco. ' • Jim Downing of Little Rack rc- Uirncd 'holne to<luy after a brief slay In Blythevllle on business. Mrs. P. p. Relchel loft this morn- Imj. for ' Kenosha, WIs,, where'she WHS called by tlic serious illness of her brother. Jnle Roepko. Miss Virginia Lee Meyer ol Fiirm- Inglon, Mo,, is Ihc Riiest Ihls week of her cousin, Miss Shirley nnrliuin. Cbihinji Event* FRIOAY Friday Luncheon Club meeting wllh Mrs, James Hill Jr. Mrs. M. S. Ynlcs eiilertnlnliiK 400 Club. Mrs. prcd noyclt entertaining Initial Club. .Mrs. ROSS Moore cntcrlnlnlng O. D. C. Club. • <-•-• .Ten Sign In.I'nclflo ADVANCED 0. S. BASE, Central Pacific (UP) — The Mason-Dlxon Lino bus been 'extended Into Hie Pacific, judging from the following sign . In front of one lent at this base: "The Southern Gents—and Three Damn Yankees." Licenses Marriage licenses ''Issued through the local County Court Clerk's office in Hie Courthouse since April 24 Include the following: Burn Gorman and MUs Maggie Thompson, both of Brafgndocla, Mo.: Lynn- on'sbn Crawford and Miss Willie Myrtle Ammons, bolh of Rlpley, Tenn.: Clarence D. ntch- ardson and Mrs. •Minnie Richardson, both of Oh/tlievlllc: P. E. Howell and Mrs. viola Hand, both of For the Prettiest ROSE of Tclcgrapli Orders Given Imniodiiite Allcntion! Sunday, May 14th— Remember Mother With Flowers! Flowers arc as important to Mother's Day as a gayly lighted tree is to Christmas! Remember your Mother! Choose from our fresh new slocks of cut-flowers and potted plants . . . Corsages especially designed for Mother • • f For Best Selection— Place Orders Early The Flower Shop Hotel GJcucoc I«dg. Member F, T. U. . ;;; ii j>h OI xc J .191-Nite S 27-17 ' ...... ''" ' ' 'HOENIX FOR THE GIRL WHO . MARRIED DEAR OLD DAD No wonder Mom "held bcr man"— for even llicn she was wise lo ihe witchery of Phoenix I Today's sheer liosiery lias the sime enldolli texture — thc feminine flattery she lovci. lie sure you remember her first choice — hosiery of I'hoenix quality. All the New Summer Shades JIEDEL'S PAGE.FIVB Alexandria. Mo.: WllUqms ,1, If'or- rlstur mid Miss Miiy'Mlic'KVnWly' 1 both of llornersvllle, Mo.; WlJlliny, V. Elllotl and Miss Vlrgle Whltt' bolli of Vnlli'.v Rlnllon, l{y. Calvin Klbeil MUltii' ot Nvwporl. Ark., and Miss I'Vcciln May llyrd of Sleelo. Mo,: Klner Sorensou mid Miss u>ol» Heat?., bolli of c'htfnso: cletus llert Mnnn of Ix-ach- *-llle, Ark,, and Miss Willie Lucille Oitrlcy of lindi Sin-Inns, Tcrni • UobiM-t 1). ulllnglon Jr.. of i-oit- iwvtllc. Mo., and Miss Loulso Cam- bj-ou of Maisloii, Mo.: Clmiles M. I'epple niui Miss Vivian lioach, both of 1'ascota, Mo.: Juntos Alexander and Miss Dinah Owens both of Cii|ie olrardeau, Mo. Uuy<l w, Wynll. of Spruce I'ine N. C., mid Miss Lillian Uu.vsrll of Clit'ii Allen. Ala.: Albert W. litii'- «cr and . Miss, Helen lli of St. Louis: Eddie OimnW- Onlnes niul Mis* ICntliryn I) Mc- Oce, both of,Cnrmlon,,Mo.: Charles K, Wnrrcn and Miss -Elsa McUni- Uor. ball) of Dyorsburfj, Tcitu: Henly W. Mnrlln ot Arbyrd, Mo., and Miss Clcrllc Mao Cox of Maullu Ark.: James William McOinloy ami Miss ICiitln-yn Anne Dnvlliuliiincw both of Kan Diego, Ciillf.; H'-Yirv l*ove und Mtsji. Deity While, both of Chin-lesion, Mo.: Charles Henry Itcndmhoit of niyllievllle >>'iil Miss Vhnlnla l,nyni! of l.eachvlhV. Jess l.ce Overtoil and Miss Htibv Cnmvoll. bolli ol 'lllylhevlllc: Kil- wiiKl Mui-lfii Tyler and Miss iMiim Mnrlul YuU-.s. b'olh of Klbilil|;e, iVun.: .Uolim Junior uilioff uml Miss Gli'hclii Huth Hiirr, bolli of Slkcslon, MO.; jolhi Julian and All.v Jeanl.utiKKUm, both u f p 0 i't- iiBcvINo, Mo.: ciumlc It. Smiih and Miss Mary », Farrow, both of Mound, III.; Wllliajn Grave* aixl Miss Loin May Mines, both of RIs- eo Mo,.- K. w. Brown and Mrs. OliKlys M. licM-d, bnlh of 81 Louis' Chester W. Slew.u-L of Kiisl Pi-uric. Mo. antf. Miss Fnmccs Baker of Clmi-le.ston. Mo,: Gem-nit) Lee Chock . 'Overman of Wahanisa ind,, and Mrs. Bally Jo Mcnchnm of u-nchvllle: Walter Koilgcrii find Mrs, Klncra Kellcy, both of Ml. Cnrmel, 111.: Joseph l|, Stephens mid Mrs. Edna Davis, both of SI Louis: Mlllon Hnrilln Jr., ol Prlcndslilp, Twin,, and Miss Marie VniiBlin of Halls. TWHI.; Donald K Miller of Dycrsburg, Tenn., and Miss 'Alnrlo Ring of Cleveland Ohio: Kccce Sims of Dyersburtj Tenn., and Miss Ucliim V-. llanclloy of Yorkvlllc. 'JVnii, Ted Dcvliie and Mis-s Pauline "nils, tolh of S(, ixiulK: Adcli C Powell ol Atoka, Okla,. and Mis- Knnlce Hudson of Colgate, Okla.: Ralph I'. Bcuildcr 'and Miss Lillian M. Reyiinlds. bom ol lilwlnctt, Mo,: Jesse lee Wood und Miss Rnchcl Nelson, bolh of Huffman. Ark.: Ray It, Zlininrrmun of Tlmmon, (5 D mid Mrs, Jit-no Howdy of Ijyers- bnrg, Tcml.: • John 1C. Kelly of Clilcdgouiid 'Mrs. Lcnnlo Turner ot Illythevllle: Coyal Johnson Illff) ami Miss Mabel Culvert, both of MarllnsvlDo, Ind. Nerlous u. Doalon and Mrs, Janlc llvzullcy, bolh of Mayflcld, Ky • Tommle ICdgar Vassal- and Miss Vela I'nikcr, holh of IMythovllle- 1'rcrt N. Hoby of Oiavmlllt', III, mid Miss Lucille M. Sdiatisa of Wiuliwvllk', ind,: ,rames Thomas Llppnrd and Miss Lonetla Doss bolh of Hast Prarle, Mo.: Aaron a Rumlell and Miss clomllne Hampton, both of Wimlell, Mo,: u-imnril B. Oi-line.'i and Mks Mnxdie Crawford, bolli of Sleele: Kmnipl Uo- laiiil Connsler of Lcpanlo, Ark and MLss Louie Mae Allen of Thaycr Mo,: Elmer N. Hardy of Owcns- Ijoro, Ky,, JUKI Mlsa Maggie Lou DC* AT I1|J|U rnsl ' '"'("led nki DEMI Dirllla lu.Oin Imidi u THE ''"'*•''' !. K " r ' lc ' r - ii'licl, Sweet! Ion Soap is (lie sccrctl 'Hie same pure, niiltl ««|> iliiiil|*ivc.f your coin- /itrxiott such, Kcmle lic.-uiiy 'arc, is urautl lor your lair, mo! Swcetl lean's iihtmikmi, craray hilicr whisks mnf every (nice of dirt and hum dandruff . laves liair clran, soft nail delicately feignim. GL-I S»-milc;ir£ Soap-Iu ilie dainty, ov«l cake. SWEETHEART TOILET SOAP PlAY JHOES For Women and Children ' 2 -95 3 .95 .1 . and Itcil-Bliic— Green— Uclcc— H'Jillo POLL PARROT SHOES For Boys and Girls. At Popular Prices. WOMEN'S SPORTSWEAR Stacks (Largo Selection) 2.95 to 8.95 Slack Suits : . 2.95 fo 14.75 Skirts .. .2.29 to 5.95 Blc "s« 1.50 to 5.95 Anklets {Large Selection) 25c, 35c, 39c WOMEN'S RAYON HOSE Several tib.ulrs Sheers ..'.-,•• 9j c Scnii-shccrs \\ g-| c 0. P. A. RELEASE OF Children's Low-price Shoes Sizes 85/a to 3 1 .60 No Stamp Required The Family : . •• •-.•'.. ililhl- 312 W. Main Morse of M«d/sonvllle,lKy - - -~ ',-. ;'AI't?. .P. Hurhl, and Hjis^garittf^ June Putt, both 'o; steclc' Home? i hni\ W^ S"l y 1 ** I"" 1 Brothers, \ li 111 L1eUt.;Iion w! ; p!J,n ?^', Is ""^Smilfi pf'.'A^dey* "': Pain/ Clareiict! o, Lyons and Miss ^ i Normn Nodlne Wauon, bolh of j&j p Mndrltl MO.-, j T Thunderbei'e 'ana «* • Mt.ys Nora Ann Haiupton < CMrT7o,f~"' ncckcr of 61 ange, Calif, jind' Mlsa ' Mary Oertrudc McPhcreoi) p; Hay- ,_ !„ A10 - : ,,J Jl ?, ri " Ii n Kocppel and MIss^V. Woiia Wiillmai), both of Cane Glr- L, ul'deaii, Mo.' , , ,. . " Frank Stephens O f Chicago and Mrs. Ellsc llarrlsoj) of West poihl, Conn.: e,i m j crosskno and MlsS lieiliia Wlltonks, both of Blythevlllo: John J 'htark and Miss Mary J, Caplslus, both of New York, N • v \.: Islnh u<iward Williams and Mlsi ^ oiml Agnes McNeil, both of- St."" Louis: Jamea Otlo Reynolds and • Miss Marlha Tucker, both ot Stone-fort, n|. Ciul nurdcr, ElieE, ,7 nnd Miss Clara Ellen Bluer, bolh ' , s . l ?" ufort - l» Otis J PclersOn nnd Mki Eveljn f, YomifbcW, both" ' o Chlcauo: Walter Foreythc of Slcclo. Mo., ami Mlvis n««l ReapJ er of Pangbum, Ark : Jplin Ed- wiirtl llaltles or Comb Sp/inBS ' Penn.. nnd Ajtw Stella Elizabeth' German or Nnslnllle, 'rcim. —^__ * • i \Q\t\U 1 GUM Blinu'r'wllli B ic C un.l dance with. Joy, ,. Clicw some HOTCHU. Good? Oh, Irayi ' t MARGARET'S 1JKAUTY RftOP ' 101 H. First Phonf 2532 firing Us Your ' Beauty Problems ! 'I Kvrntnr* Hy The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Clflj. COSMETICS B\BY C OIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES,.„ , . A Gift Vat hverjbody ,,,,v Ingram Blilg. t phone 2254 MOSS BRYAN v El fZ. Continnoni Showi Every Day' Rox OrTice Opens 1:45' ' Show gtajts 2:00 LISTEN TO'KLCN t.-OO ».m. 12;45 pjn. 4 H f Thursday and Friday M-G-M prw«nt« - ' GRIZER GARSON , WALTER PIDGEON MR. & MRS MINIVER TOGETHER AGAIN IN ANOTHER SCREEN HIT I I'iininioutU News iml Selected Short Subjccls,-' ROXY BlallntM Sat. & Son Onlj Opeos t«h nlsht 6 30; feUrU « i| Opens Sunday 1:00; SUrU 1:1S Conllnnous Shows S»t and San, B»rialn Night Erctr Ni . Saturday. No paste* honored on the Thursday and Friday

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