The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 26, 1945 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 26, 1945
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs. L, S. Benlsh entertaining Club Eight. Miss' Frances Uttle will be hostess to Double G. Club. Bi-Mo»thly Bridge Cliib meeting with Mrs. A. E. HunUey. Mrs. Rjicy B. Jonfe entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. 11 ' • Ln Neuve Club inicellng with Mrs. Mclvln Halsell. . , WEDNESDAY •Town and Country Club meeting vrllH Mrs, J. C. Ellis. Mrs/James H, Bell entertaining Wednesday Bridge cVub. Chapter "D" of P. E. O. meeting with Mrs. M. O. Usrey with Mrs. E. R. Lancashire us cohpstcss, i p.m. THURSDAY Thursday Night Bridge Chib meeting.with Miss Nancy Klrshner. ifrs. ; Pete Wren entertaining Thursday Bunco Club. Octette Lunchton Club meeting with Mrs. Marvin Nnnn. Mrs. Claude Price entertaining Thursday Afternoon Club. .Mrs. Russell Phillips entertaining •nmrsday Lunehton Club. Mrs. B. Lt Banister entertaining Thursday Contract Club: Mrs. Robert Weedman entertaining G. N, B. Club. FRIDAY Mrs. Herman Mny entertaining Initial Club. Chapter "N" of P. E. O. meeting with Mrs. Eltori W.- Klrby, 2 p.m. school last May. Following a brief wedtng trip. Mr. Taylor lelt to re]x>rl for duty nl Balnbrldge, Md., where his bride plans to join him soon. • • • Daughter Is Named The infant daughter Worn Friday nl Walls Hospital to Chief Peliy Officer and Mrs. Jamc.s Mead, has been imined Mary Margaret. The baby has a sister, Martha Itee, wlio Is i,wo. Mr. Mead now Is serving with the Navy In the South Pacific. Bits of News Mostly Personal Virginia Moreland Sings In College Recital MJss Virginia AJorelnnd nppwircd n n voice recital Inst Friday night t Lninbuth College, Jackson, TCIIII., vhere she Is n student. I lavs You Truly" and "Wlieu fou'rc Away" were solos sung by Miss Morclnml, who is n soprano. ie also served as accompanist for :cvcral other soloists. In n folk festival recently. Miss vlorclnnd represented Ireland,sing- IIB "Rose O'Day" and "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling". She served as accompanist on this occasion also. Miss Green' To Wed In Florida Ceremony The marriage of Miss patrlcin Ann Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Green to Benjamin P. Butler- Jr., of Osceoln, will be solemnized Friday in FoH Lnudcrdale, Fin., where In'o bridegroom elect now is stationed with the Navy. Originally planned to be held Saturday ' morning nt the Church of the Immaculate Conception tn Blytheville, the wedding was transferred to Florida when Mr. Butler's leave was cancelled. Miss Green nri[\: her mother, together with Mayor and Mrs. Butler Sr., 'of Osceoln, parents of the bridegrcom eject, arid his brother, Gene Butler, a student nt University, of Arkansas, Fnyettevllle, left today for Fort, Lauderdalc. Attendants of the couple 1 wlio had originally planned to take party in the .wedding, but who will be uti- able-, to make the trip, arc Miss Betty Hendrlx of Texarkana, Ark., Miss Green's roommate at University .of Arkansas, who .\vas to have been maid of honor; Miss Barbara Chifd of Chicago and .Miss Patricia \Vis«, bridesmaids; Nicky Roberts, ring' bearer; Lan Williams of Osccola 'and Joe Evrnrd, ushers; and George Green, who was to have given his sister in marriage. ';'-'.-•_..„• . Class Party To Be Given Mrs'/ Jess Homer and Miss Mary Outlaw :.wlll. be -hostesses to members of 'the' Beta Chi Sunday School Class of First Presbyterian Church. when they entertain tonight, o'clock, nt the Horncr home. Mrs.:Jesse M. White today urged that- all members attend, as final plans for redecoratlon of the class room will be made at this meeting Son. Is Born Friday ifr. ana Mrs. .Fred McOhee nre the .parents of a son born Frldn; afternoon at Blytheville Hospital The baby, their first child, ha been named Larry Ray. The McGhees have live'a in Bly therille for the past three years where Mr. McGhCc Is manager o Kress Store. Mrs. John W. Tnbov of Nnsli- vllle, Tcnn., anj Dallas, Texas, arrived this morning for n visit with her sister, Mrs. W. P. Brewer and ttr. Brewer, while another sister, Mrs. W. G. Kicbler of Enid, Okla. will arrive Wednesday. Mrs. Brewer, who has been undergoing medical Ircntment at Hlythevllle Hospital, now Is improved and has been removed lo her home on the Bnrfleld Road. Miss Mtiry Kstherlne Rose has returned to University of Arkansas, Fnyeltevllle, after a brief visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles at their home nt Roseland. Mrs. Agnes Thorpe, who hns been visiting her mother, Mrs. Jack Murphy In Wardell, Mo., was stricken ill while there nnd was removes 1 yesterday to hcr'home here, where she is quite sick. Billy Sliigcry, seaman 1-c in the Navy, anil grandson of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wheeler of Blylheville has arrived In India, where he Is serving nbonrd :i destroyer. Donald Hlckman, who Is attending Arknnnsns A. : & M. College a Montlcello under ' the Navy V-1L program, arrived tills morning- spend his leave with his mother Mrs. E. B. Thomas, nnd Mr. Tho- mns. Fi'oiii here ho will report ti Bayonue, N. J., for further train Ing. Mrs. Jesse M. White will lew tomorrow morning for Little Roc! to ntteiul n two-day district direc tors meeting of the Arkansas Con gross ol Parents and Teachers, I be held nl Hotel Lnfnycttc. Purpose of the meeting is to complete plan for n series of meetings to tnk the place of the state convention which hns , been cancelled. Mr. nnd Mrs. Emmctt J. Allen and Mrs. K. C. Lane had as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Claude, Lane nnd son, and their niece, 'all of Tunica, Miss., ami Mr. nh c | Mrs. John G. Lane of MU- linglon, Tenn., where Mr. Lane is with the"' Navy; Mrs. John Cnndill nnd children, Lucy, nnd John, will leave tomorrow •' morning for El«in. Texas, where they will visit Mrs. Cnudlll's parents for two weeks. Condition of Mrs. E. K. Ford, who Is- seriously ill nl her home on Lu- merate Street, is unimproved today. Several' of her family have iocs! Group To Attend Joriesboro Conference Miss S.inili Frances Rowland,' nssoclntlonal Sunday School supcr- JHcndeiit or First Baptist Church, Lucien Coleman, assodatlonal trailing union director, and the. Rev. S. O. Brown, pastor of First Bap- J lst Church, will go to Jonesboro :omorrow to attend the Northeast Arkansas District Association Conference for Baptist Sunday School workers arid, [raining union directors. Miss Rowland and Mr. Colcmnn will return tomorrow night, while he Rev. Mr. Brown will remain or n minister's conference which will continue through Friday. He will serve ns Inspirational speaker on the opening program tomorrow at First Baptist Church there. Students Initiated FAYETTEVILLE, Feb. 20.-T«-o girl student* from Blytheville were recently Initiated Into sororities nt the University of Arkansas, girls were: Connie Dcnton, Omega; and Kay Clnmmn. The Chi Thomas, Kappa Mrs. Jas. B. Clark s Elected First DAR Vice Regent Mrs. James n, Clark was electee 'Irst vice regent of the Arkansas Society, Dauglitcrs of American Colonist:;, nl the annual meellnft of tliul group held Satiittlay al lote! Marlon In Utllc Eock, Other officers elected Include vtt'fl Hllilogard Smltli of Little Jiock, .state regent; Mrs. lone L nln of Pine Bluff, second vice resent; Mrs. Gordon Freeman of 'Ine Bluff, recording secretary; Mrs. Mac Babcock of Little Rock corresponding secretary; Mrs. Gll- xtl Harding of Pine Bluff, reels- trar; Mrs. Philip Baldwin of Little Hok, chaplain; Miss Louis Plant if llenlOMvllJe, historian. Keeping Up With The Men In Service Miss Vernell Morgan Wed Caritthersville Navy Man CARUTHERSVILLE, MO.. FC £6.—Mr. and Mrs. Claude have announced the marriage their daughter, Miss Vernell Mor gan, to James O. Taylor, h.a.2-c in the Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. 3. Taylor. The wedding occured Wednesday Feb.''14, at 8 o'clock In the evening,, at the .home of the officiating minister, the Rev. D. K. Foster, pastor of First Baptist Church. The bride wore a two piece suit of aqua wool with brown accessories."- Attcndants included Miss Ruth Morgan, sister of the bride, Mr. and. Mrs. Taylor, parents of the bridegroom, arid Mrs. Perry Merriclt: Bolh the oride and bridegroom were graduated from the local high arrive^ to be with her, Including Mr. nnd Mrs. Eddie Shnver nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Prnnk Luet. nil of little Rock. Mrs. J. E. Borncmim of Covlnglon. Tenn., Mrs. Lorraine Clampett and Willis Ford, both of Chicago. Mr. ami Mrs. Paul Miller nnd son. .Clark, of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Benlsh and family. Mr. ariri Mrs. Jesse Province nnd her mother, Mrs. Ueamer Stcelc, spent- yesterday In Wilson as gutfta of Mrs. Province's sister, Mrs. C. N. Chnmblain and Mr. chamblain, n, former Mississippi County deputy sheriff, is seriously ill nt his home in Wilson. Mrs. E. M. Rescnolj] of Annovel is undergoing medical treatment at Elylheville Hospital. Miss Dorothy Jordan has returned from Catron, Mo., where she spent a week with her parents. Mrs. c. G. .Henderson of Joplin, Mo., has arrived to spend severnl weeks here \rilh her daiighler-in- Inw, Mrs. James Mead and family. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Luther Robinson, city IJIIlie Shanks, city. Mrs. L. B. Turner, city. Mrs. J. W. Cox, Horner'svllle, Mo Mrs. Catherine Montgomery, city Mrs. E. M. Regenold, Annorcl. . Ernest Parnell, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Dale Bnrber ami baby Osceola. James Bourlnnd, Afanila. Mrs. Leonard Campbell, city. Walls Hospital : Admitted: Mrs. Charles Lockredge, city. Curtis O'Neal, Caruthersville, Mo. James Hull, fit. 1, city. Mrs. U. O. Williams, city. Mrs. Alice Perry.-Dell.« \ Lethn Mnc Allen, city. Dismissed: Jerry Wayne Pierce, Stccle. Mo. Clara Lemmons, Hennondale, Mo. Mrs. Emma B. Moorft, Osceoln. Percy Thomns, Llluourn. "Mo. Dwnync Clnrk Stecle, Mo. Fay Robertson, Armurel. Daisy Floy Clark. Sleele, Mo. Mrs. Wllma Snyder, city. Mr. 1 !. Alilcn Smith, Lilboiirn, Mo. Mrs. Leonard Mnnlev, Dell. Mcm|i!ils Hnpltsl Ilosplliil Admitted: Born lo Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Nfc- Kay, Osceola. a daughter. Memphis Mollioilisl Ilnspital Admitted: Mrs. Mnvis Hale, Leachvillc. Aubic L. Smith, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Thomas I. Smith of Clinton and husband of Mrs. Vivian Dixoi Smith of Blylheville, recently wns promoted lo the grade of sergeant t hns been nnnounced by the commanding officer of Tonopah' Arm} Air Field, Tonopah, NPV. Sergeant Smith was graduntcc from State Teachers College, Con way, and prior to entering servlci In October, 1<M2, wns a schoo teacher nnd principal nt Clear Lnki and Mllllgnn Ridge schools. He Is n graduate of the ML Rnln ler Auto Mechanic School, Tncoma Wash...and now is assigned to th motor transportation school. From headquarters of the Ttvelfl Air Force In Italy comes word tha the B-25 Mitchell bombardmeti group of which Stflff Scrgt. charlc A. Wood of Blytheville, is nsslgn cd as an armorer gunner, luvs bee cited again by (he War Deport ment as a Distinguished Unit. .. i Sergeant Wocd's wife and two children are making their home' here while he Is on foreign service. Ho Is the son of Mrs. Charles A. wood Sr., also Of Blytheville'. • • • »- ' Billy Eldridge, seaman 2-c In the Nnvy, now Is attending a radio, school nt Ycrbn Buena Island, off be. Snn Francisco, where he will stationed for five months. tEldrid'gc »is the son or Mrs. Bjiker Wilson of Blythei'illr:. Pvt, Rlw'nrrl W. Wclister of Blytheville now Is serving somewhere in France, according to word received by his wife, who is here for an extended. visit with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. WMlcr Webster. • • * Corp. William Moreland has arrived in Italy, according, to 'a message received by his wife, who with their young son, plans to return to Blytheville soon to make her home while Corporal Moreland is on foreign duty. Stationed nt Drew Field, Tampa. Fla., prior to going overseas. Corporal Moreland already has met Blytheville soldier, Leon Rlchard- on, since his arrival In Italy, nc- ordlng lo a teller received by iv;. Moreland. • • • Corp. Quince E, Brlnklcy of Route Manila, is a member of 11 Fif- ccnth Air Force squadron In Italy vhlch recently received the Meri- orlous .Service plnquo for outstand- ng service In support of combat iperiiUons, All members of the squadron maj now wear the Meritorious Service wrealh on their right sleeves. • • « Gregory Atkins, grandson of Mr. nd Mrs. J. C. ifarnlsh of Hlythe- vlllft, has been named an instructor on tlu 1 anti-aircraft range nt Great ^ikps Naval Training Sehool.Great .akcs. III. Mr. Atkins, who has the rank of .seaman 1-c, g. m,, is the son if Truman Atkins of Marlnn, for- ttpily of Memphis. Pfc. Horace W. Berry of Route 1. l.uxora, is n member of the 192nd Bombardment Group, a Llb- Tator unit recently cited for "dis- .In^ulshod and exceptionally outstanding performance of duty" on 200 missions-. Targets attacked by 392nd Liberators include Berlin, Got ha, Politic, Urconien, Hamburg and other objectives In Germany, France, Norway, Holland, Belgium nnd Poland. • « • Fred Jerome Pipkin, son of Mrs. Allen J, Pipkin and the lute Mr. Pipkin of 111 East Ash St., Blytheville. recently has received the rat- Ing of baker 2-c at the Naval Amphibious Training Base, Littlo Creek. Va. hi service for the past two years, Mr. Pipkin Is expecting overseas duty almost Immediately. Pfe. Fred M. White of Route 1, Blylheville, hns landed on Luy.on In the Philippines, with the Fourteenth Army Corps. Private White was inducted Into service in September, 1042, and has served more than 21 montlis overseas. • • • Pvt. IlnroJd Wright lias arrived' in Alaska, according to a message received by his wife, who with their two children, Is making her home here with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs, A, S. Been, while her husband Is on foreign duty. Private Wright was stationed in Seattle, Wash., prior to going to Alaska. • • • Pvt. Thomns C. Hollingsworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. .Hollingsworlh of Route 1, Blylhe- ville, is undergoing examination nt Keeslnr Field, Miss., to determine his qualifications as a pre-aviation cadet. Flying officer training as n pilot, bombardier or navigntor will be given Private Holllngsworth upon successful completion of the pro- crissing lie is undergoing nt Kcraler Field. Charles nnd Billy Crowder, sons of Mrs. Elma Crowder of Blytheville, now both arc serving with (lie Army in Franco. Charles has been overseas for the past 20 months, while his brother only recently went into foreign duty. Here's Sugarless Cherry Pie dessert recipe: (ir.iluini (,'nickcr Tapioca Pudding Three cups milk, 2 tablespoons lapiocii, H graham crackers, ><• cup raisins, 0 tablespoons sugar, \\ lea- spoon salt, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 1 egg, slightly beaten. Scald milk and add tapioca to it. Cook until clenr. Crush jjrnhnm crackers and add crumbs to tapioca mixture. Ad t i raisins, sugar,' salt and vanilla. Fold in slightly beaten egg and stir. Pour into buttered baking dish and bake In maderate oven <325 degrees P.) for 45 minutes or until set. rop3 in each nostril ii clogRCd noso, you bre^tho freer. Ciiiidon: t/£o only as 'JiretHed. PENETRO NOSE DROPS A good cherry pie with no sugar and little shortening. BY OAYNOK MADDOX NEA Slaf; Wriler H's patriotic to cook well in war- lime despite short supplies of sugar and shortening. Kcpp up mor,- alc al the domestic table with really good desserts like this cherry pie: George Washington Cherry Pic Pilling: One and one-quarter cups frastetl or canned sour cherries, 3 cups seedless raiiins, 2 tablespoons honey, 3 tablespooa'i enriched flour. Piistry: Three-quarters cup sifted enriched flour, Vs teaspoon sail, !4 cup fortified margarine, Vs cup grated yellow cheese, 'i tablespoons cold water. Combine cherries, raisins and honej'. Mix flour and cherry juice. Add to fruit. Pour into a 7-inch shallow pie plate. To make pastry, sift Hour and salt together. Cut in margarine and cheese with pastry blender or 2 knives. Add water and tosi lightly until all particles are moistened. Roll out on [loured hoard. Cut stars out of pastry with small cutter or mnke n cardboard pattern and cut with sharp knife. Place pastry on top of fruit.' Trim off excess. Press firmlv on edge of plate with tines of fork. Bake in moderate oven 050 degrees P.) 30 minutes. Note: Uake stars and re- rolled scraps cut in fancy shapes to serve as snacks or salaj accompaniment. Hcrcs another valuable wartime Just Buck Prom Eastern Markets —New Shipments of ANTIQUES AND GIFTS Are Arriving Dally—Come In Am! See Them) The (sift Shop Modern * Anttiinn Glft« MOSS BRYAN Relief At Last For Your Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist : to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back GREOMULS90N fnr Coughs, Chest Colds;Bronchitii LlFE'S.Littl« TROUBLES -CAMUIEEP- . No need to iie in bed—toss— worry »nd (ret because CON- STIHAT(ON or GAS PRESSURE won't let you sl«p. Re fsnsible—get up—take a dash of ADLER-I-KA to relieve the pressure of large intestines on nerves and organs of thcdi j«tive trsct. Ad lerika assists eld food wastes and gas through a comfortable bowel movement so that bowels return to formal size »nd the discointorts of pressure stop Before yc-u krt'ow it, you are t)ltt£ Morning find* you feeling ffeaft — refreshed arid reidy for 2 tood^dty's work or Cun. Uution, uce onlf ti directed, Grt </!».(». l,,m n*, Jtmftttt littj. Thursday March 1, 7:30 p.m. American Legion Hut Farm Products At I'rizca Admission 35c Sponsored By Yarbro P. T. A. Pepsi-Cola Company, Lang Island City, N. Y, Franchiser! Holder: Pepsi-Cola Holliin'g Co. of Blylheville * * * ********** GET VOUR ; ;Extra M Points; HOUSEWIVES OF BLYTHEVILLE For every pound of used fats get 2 red points bonusl Used fats arc still urgently needed to make battlefield medicines ajid other essentials. "URBY BROS. DRDQ STORES l*r. * * ********* Spring is just around the corner. Enjoy it! Send us your laundry and you'll be prepared for the first warm days with a clean and fresh wardrobe. Forget Monday drudgery work. let us do the WA PHONE 474 THIS GREAT } helps nature relieve 'PERIODIC' FEMALE With Its Nervous, Tired Restless Feelings — Take heed II you like BO many and women—on such days-suffer from cramps, headache, backache. feel nervous, "dragged out", a bit blue—nil duo to functional monthly dtsturb;uicesl Start at once—try Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoniH because this fa m mis mcdlclno hns a soothing effect on ONE or WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT ORGISNS. Taken regularly PInhham's Compound helps build up resistance ngainst such svmp- toius. Thousands upon thomnnds ol women have reported benefits. There arc no harmful opiates In IMuVihnin's Compound — it'a made from nature's own roots and herbs (plus Vitamin Ei). It Jicips nature! Also u fino stomachic tonic. Follow label directions. >Lydia E. 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