The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 12, 1945 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 12, 1945
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: PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1945 Coming Events TUESDAY „ Club Eight 'meeting with Mrs. R. B. Stout. • "•- • Mrs. C. M. Smnrt entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. William Q. Boyd entertaining La Neuvc Club. Charlevolx Chapter of Daughters of the 1 American Revolution meeting for luncheon at Hotel Noble, 1 p. m., with Mrs. S. P. Martin, Mrs. W. T. Oh=rst,and Mrs. A. M. R. Branson as hostesses. ;' WEDNESDAY A. D. C. Club meetine with Mrs. 'Elbert Huffman. Mrs. Charles Rose entertaining Wednesday Bridge Chlb, , Initial Club meeting with Mrs. W. S. Eastburn. Mrs. Fred Rutherford entertaining Town and Country Club. Chapter "D" of P. E. O. meeting lor luncheon at home of Mrs. Marion Williams, with Mrs. W. I. Denton-as hostess, 1 p. m. THURSDAY G. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs. Byron Nail. • Friendly Eight Club Mil be entertained by Mrs. Otho SUmfleld. Mrs. M. Emde entertaining C. & N. Birthday Club at her home, 1005 Founder's Day PTA Program Will Be Held Students of the public school system of Blythcvllle, Including the Yarbro school, today Issued Invitations to their parents io attend Community Night tomorrow night at the high school auditorium In celcbrallon of Founder's Day. Mrs. Mnrlon Williams, past president of the City Council of Parents nnd Teachers, will Introduce the Rev. Harvey T. Kldd, pastor of First Presbyterian Chureli, who will speak briefly on the subject of "The Future Generation". The program, to begin at 7:30 o'clock, will feature several musical selections by members of Ihe glee club, directed by Mrs. Wilson lleu- ry, with Miss Ann Decn as accompanist. A prize of $5 will be offered lo the school having 1 largest percent-' ngc of parents In attendance, with n second prize of $2.50 also offered. A .silver ottering will be taken at the door for a Founder's Day gift Attention-Getters -West Ash, 8 p. m. Mid-week Club meeting with Mrs. 'Aubrey Conway, Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard eh- tertafning Thursday 'Night Bridge Club,": , ,, '..:•..•• Thursday Contract Club 1 meeting with' Mrs. O. W. McCiitchen. Mrs: C. C. Lmigston "entertaining Octette Luncheon Club. FRIDAY Chapter "N" of P. E. O. meeting for luncheon at home Ol Mrs. C. E. Crigger Jr., with Mrs. J. W. Adams as co-hostess. Sfidbury Parent Teacher Association sponsoring a play at school, 8 p! m. to the National Parent Teacher Association,' and to defray local expenses. Ration Calendar : A Special Sweet For Valentine's Visitors' Attend Dance ' At'Hut Saturday Night Annella Humphreys! John Wilkca amC Dick Reid entertained 80 guests'Saturday night at a Valentine dance at the American Legion Hut," when a number of out-of- town children also were present. Slender red tapers in crystal candelabra flanked the centerpiece of ) flowers . for the refreshment tabj'e where cookies and Iced drinks | were served during the evening. ' Chaperones for the dance were Mr.;; and. Mrs. Henry .Humphrey, Mr.] and Mrs. H. B. Purvis-, Mrs. Webb Wilkcs, nnd Mr. .nnd Mrs. Max B. Reid. Out-of-town guests included Jane . Adams, Anne and Llewellyn While, I Hniicy Driver and Jimmy Sliaiiey- felt, all of Osceola, and Virginia Brcoks and Juonita Lee Goodman, both of Memphis! • Celebrates 10th Birthday Ppllyanne Aklus, daughter ol Mrs. Mary Lillian Akin, celebrated her 10th birthday Saturday cifter- ncon when she invited 15 lltllo girls to 'a party at her home on At Thp Hnanital* nlythevlllc Hospital Admitted: . Mrs. Vera Pack, Oartithersvllle, Mo. L. C. Prullt, city. Dismissed; Mrs. Earl Baker, city. Waller'Clarions, llaytl, Mo. Mrs: Robert Morgan, Manila. Memphis 'Methodist Huspltal Admitted: Mrs. W. II. Richardson, Luxora. Walls HoRpltiil Admitted: Lnvelle Wheeler, "nt, 1, city. Mrs. Willie Porsylhe, Stejcle, Mo. Floyd Cnrsdn, Tomato. Mrs. William H. Wynlt, Number Nine. , Mra 1 . Wesley Mayo, Caruthersvllle, IIY KPS1K KINAIM) NKA Start W.'iter NEW YORK.—Newest convqrsa- tton piece costume blouses, with mcssngcs of love, names of per- [umes nnd doodler-type scrawls printed thither and yon over their high-styled silhouettes, arc so startling; they're apt lo slop speech right In Us tracks. Example of one conversation- stopper Is the print, motif you sea on the blouse at, tile right—names In fancy script and bottles as big as life or famous perfumes splashed all over in gay colors on a .white background crepe. The blouse style with Its hack buttons and collared neckline, bow tied slightly off center, Ls typical of new short-sleeved fashions which can team up with n lone skirt to make a costume or can add the drtssy touch lo n simple suit, As arresting as this blouse, Individualized by the perfume moti" Mo. Born to Mr. nnd Hirs. William Wyatt, Number Nine, n son loday; Dismissed: Kyle P. Watts, city. Brenda Kny Moore, Manila. Mrs. W. L. Sharp, llornersvllle, Mo. Rex Hughes, Rt. 1, city, Mrs. Kcinpcf TJruton and baby* ity. Mrs. C. B. Nance, Tyler, Mo. Meredith Brandon, Holland, Mo. Bits of News Mostly Personal ditto those carrying such mcs- ngcs as "I love you" and doodlcr- ype scrawls -"Gin llurniny" for istance'ls written all over one — dine of the most eye-catching lints, however, arc ImUl Taltcrsall hecks In rayon surah, tie silk and .Inglmm, and Gibson Girl slrlpcs n cotton-and-iaj'on mixtures. Example of designer's skill with tripes Is shown left in the Flor- 'nce Galnor blouse of ever-fast 'I'ln cloth—a new rayon and cotton 'abric.—on which tucking at cross niriwsos Is used to form the bosom ronl and the prim bow tie nt the icckllne. CANNKI) AND I'KOCESSED FOODS. , I-elmmry 1—First day for blue lamps H-2, J-2, K-2, L-2, and M-2 i Uatlon Book IV. (Blue stamps X-S, Y-5, Z-5, and A-2 through G-2 ritialn good.) March 31—Last day for blue ilamps X-5, Y-5, Z-5, A-2, B-2 In nation Hook IV. April 28—Last day for blue stamps 3-2, D-2 E-2, F-2, and G-2 in Ration uook :v. June 2 — Last day for blue stamps H-2, J-2, K-2, L-2, and M-2 In Raton Hook IV. JlliAT, CUKKSK BUTTER AND FATS. January 28—First day for red slumps Y-5, Z-5, A-2, B-2, C-2, and n-2 In Ration Book IV. (Red stamps Q-5 through X-5 remain good.) March 31—Last day for red stamps Q-5, H-5, and S-5 In Rallon Book IV. April 28—Last day for red stamps T-5, U-5, V-5, W-5, and X-5 In Ration nook IV. June 2—Last day for red stamps Y-5, Z-5, A-2, Ii-2, C-2, and D-2 hi Ration Book IV. SHOES. November 1, 1044—First clay for Airplane Stamp No. 3 In Ration Book III. Airplane stamps No. 1 nnd No. 2 continue good Indefinitely. SUGAR. November 10, 1944—First day for Sugar Stamp No. 34. February 28, 19-15—Last day tfor iugar Stnmp No. 34. February 1—First day for Sugar Stamp No. 35. June 2—Last day for Sugar Stamp Jo. 35. Book. GASOLINE. March 21—Last day for No. 14 jasollne coupons in "A" Ration the peaches and cover with Hie peach Juice and honey, which have been heated slightly in order to blend these liquids. Bake In a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) about 25 minutes. Serve warm. Top milk or marshtnallow whip may be served with this spicy dessert, If wished. Have you still some holiday mince meat on hand? Then use It to turn baked apples into a special dessert that uses no fat and very little sugar. Apples Stuffed With 'jlhwe Heal (Serves (i) Six apples, 1 cup water, 0 tablc- oons honey, 2 tablespoons sugar, cup mince meat. Wash, core and partly peel, start- S from the small end of apple, ace in baking dish. Fill each vily with mince meat and lion- Pour water in pan and sprinkle gar over all. Bake slowly until ry tender. Serve hot or cold. Meetings A business meeting 1 of members of the Business and Professlona Women's Club will be held tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, at Hole Noble. A stated meeting of the Order ol Hie Eastern Star will be held to- i Crispy peach pic, a BY CAVNOR MAriDOX NEA Staff Writer .Valentine's dinner calls for a special sweet. Here's one that uses honey and peach juice 16 cut down the amount of sugar. Crl^y Prach Pie (Serves -1-6) One-third cup sugar, 4 tablespoons butter or fortified margarine, 2 eggs, beaten, ',4 teaspoon cloves, Vi teaspoon nutmeg', 1 teaspoon vanilla extract, 2V4 cups toasted tread cubes, 2 cups cooked or frozen peaches, drained, V- cup pench Juice, H cup honey. Mix sugar and butter together morrow night, 8 o'clock, nt the hall. HEADACHE Capudinc relieves headache fast because It's Liquid, Us in- grcdicnli arc already dissolved —all ready lo bo gin casing Ihe pjin. It alia joalhct nerve ten- Jlon duo to ihc pain. Us* Valentine's delicacy. thoroughly, add beaten eg] cloves, • nutmeg and vanilla extract Fold the toasted bread cubes Inlo this mixture. Place half of Hie mixture into a well-greased 9-incl glass pie plate; arrange the drain ed peaches on top. Place the re mainder of the egg mixture ove COLDS'MUSCLEACHES.PAINS quickly relieved by Pciielro— CJrandinii'soId-UiviG mutton suet ideaclcvtlopcilbyinottcrtisc'ititico intoiicouiUcr-inilant.vujxiriiting salvo thul brings quick, comfort- ingrelief. 25c, double size 35c. L f PEN ETRQ & BASE mCH IN MUTTON SUE! ^**-'- North Fifth Street. Bingo and other gnmes were played 'during Ihe afternoon and later the girls sang and played records. Prizes in the games played were won by Melballne Hill, Geoge- anno Hatchett and Anne Hlndman. Later, Pollynnne opened her gifts before refreslunents of birthday, cake and jello were served by Mrs. Akin, assisted by Mrs. Earl Lowry, aunt of the hostess, and by Mrs. Harold Wright. Favors of Valentines together with candy bars were present ed each child. » » * Son Bom This Morning Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt are the; parents of a son born this morning at Walls Hospital. The ba- Dmnon Cook spent today In Memphis where he consulted n specialist. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sudbury and children spent the weekend in ijlttle Rock. They made the trip by plane. Mrs. Harvey Morris is spending three weeks in Long Beach, Calif., where she went to be with her brother, Frank Adklns, warrant officer in the Navy, who has just returned to the United States after three years service In the Pacific. Mrs. Cornelius Modingcr and her mother, Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, left yesterday Afternoon for New Orleans, where Mrs. Hodgson will undergo mcdtcaj treatment. Miss Ruth Eads spent, yesterday In Elkeston. Mo., with friends. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Benish niu daughters, Jena and Sharon, spent yesterday in Memphis where they visited Mr. anil Mrs. Joe T. Hughes, who arc there nt Methodist Hospital wliere lie is undergoing medical Hits afternoon to report to Parrl: Island, S. C., for reassignment will the Marine Corps, after spending a month here with relatives fol lowing two years overseas servici n the Pacific wnr theater. Howard Lcfigett of Memphl spent Saturday In riytheville will relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. n. Oakes, Mre. lone Ropp, Mrs. Ira Walters and George Ropp Jr., spent yesterday In Memphis with Mrs. Georgu Ropp, who underwent a major op- eralion nt. liaptist Hospital Friday morning. Mrs. Onkos remained in! Memphis with her daughter, whose condition is believed satisfactory. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles have moved lo Slkcston. Mo., where they will make their home. Sam Williams spent today In Memphis where he attended funeral services for the late Robert L. Tnylor, prominent business man of Memphis and former head of the Federal Compress Company there. WOMEN IN * YOUR is your age betrayed by HOT FIA£ MS ^* If UOK—like so mmy women between thu ages of 3B and 52— sUIIer from hot flashes, nervous tension, lire weak, tired, cranky, n bit moody at times—nil due to tlic functional middle ntjc period peculiar to women—try Lydia E. I'lnkham's VogetnMe Compound to relieve such syrnptoms; For almost a century — thousands upon thousands of women —rich and poor alike—have reported remarkable benefits. In fact many wise women take Plnkham's Compound regularly during tills period to help build up resistance against such symptoms. Pinkhnm'u Compound helps nature! Also a grand stomachic tonic. Follow label directions. Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPQUHD' by has been hnracd Richard Hill. I treatment. CondlUon of Mr. Mrs. Wyatt, the former Miss | Hughes Is only slightly improved. Karv Grace Hill, nnd her husband i Mrs. Paul Jones of Memphis hav.e tuo other children, a son Wll- spent the weekend here with her ,<__ ...... ,_ ,_.._ ._., . .._.._,..„. parcnls Dr an(1 D c M( ,_ Lean. Mrs. Mildred Cutler nnd W. C. Gates spent today In Memphis where they met Mrs. Gates, who is *7&Set 44 &tt&t€ because they're smart I wo ways. First, for ' crJspi cleorvcul itytoj. Second, for Ihe comfort of a heel- gripping fit. Long-wearing, shape-keeping. Come try our youth- ful, nafionally-fomed Vitality Shoes! &tt liam. who Is four, nnd a daughter, Ethel Jean, two. i « < • Has Birthdky Party fiecaiue Harry Frltzius wns 13 years old Saturday, he Invited 10 of his friends to attend the RitzThea- ter s nd later took his guests to the Fiiizius home for refreshments of tirthday, cnke nnd ice crenm. Dancing ang signing of Harry's autograph book entertained the fcoys"?.nd girls for an hour. Mrs. Fritzius was assisted In entertaining by Mrs. R. E. Blaylock. returning from Chnrlollsvllle, Va., where she has spent, the past several weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Thompson Jr., nnd family, had ns their weekend guests Mrs. J. b. Thompson Sr., of Birmingham, and her daughters, Mrs. Floyd Jones of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Lewis C. Updike of Memphis. Corp. Harold Wood will leave DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATHJC PHYSICIANS Rectal Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER) | OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Main Blythevllle, Ark. Phone 2921 'SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS i properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work la guaranteed to please. Let our expert 'designers help you with your floral needs. MONEY CAN'T BUY spinn- faster-acting, moro dependable mn Konuino |mro St: : JusepL Aspirin, ortd'u largest seller nt 10|f. Why pay uore? Big 100 tablet size for only 35f. Service Representative, Telephone Business Office. Tw\c» ci inorl to wear VirotHy 5*10*1 with a lawn- tMo-scwlry su'l dint. 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