The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1941 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 11, 1941
Page 2
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PAGE?;TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mary Emma Hood Weds Lanier Reed Of •interest here is the announcement','of the marriage of Miss' Mary Erunm Hood, to Frank Lanier Reed of Scmerset, Ky., son of Mrs, Sara Reed* of Atlanta, Ga.,. which was made, today by the bride's father, the Rev. J. -T. Hood. The First Methodist Church was the setting for the service read by the 'Rev. E. B. Williams, pastor, at 8 o'clock last night. Only members of the bride's family and a few friends were present. Ea?l B. Snyder Jr., organist, played ."Liebestraurh" during the exchange of vows. The couple steed" before an altar draped in white, about which was banked bridal wreath, Easter lilies and greenery. Cathedral tapers in four white candelabra illuminated the scene. Ins bride's dress was of navy and-white jersey over which was worn" a red gabardine coat. H^r accejscries were in navy und she wore.-a corsage of white gardenias. Mrs. Reed was graduated from Arkansas State Teachers college, Ccnway, and did graduate work at and Mrs. Blanche" Farley of Mem-; Gordon Evrard, "Early Mission- phis, house guest of Mr*, and Mrs.; nrles"; Mrs. Russell Barham, "Our W. J. Paught. I Pioneer Leaders and Missionaries"; Bridal wreath was used for the • Mrs. Norwood Hedge, "Our Pres- centerpiece of the luncheon table. >• ent Day Missionaries"; George W. Colorful decorations were the place Patterson, "Other Heroes of the Mrs - Ne > r Hunt - Mrs. Harry cards in the taster scheme. In oth- j Cross Today", and "The Nameless J.™ ~ M J Sl £:, R ', Schmuck and er rooms of the Kooiu-e home, i Ones." Local Women Return Missionary Meet Housewives" Ready For Full Meat Schedule Again BY MRS. GAYN'OR MADDOX NBA Service Staff Writer Now that Lent is over, housewives look for new meat dishes. The recipes given here are ail was announced today by - - - - FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1941 Meeting was closed. with period of silent meditation guided by the Following, lunch the group prc- \ leader, congregational singing. semed Mrs. Garrett with a gift. I prayer in unison and missionary irises, spirea and forsythia were used. Mrs. Jag;&crs EntertaMns Spring flowers decorated the home of Mrs, Alton Jaggers yesterday afternoon when sne entertained with a rook party at her home. Among her guests was Mrs. John Jamerson, of Memphis, housegu'Sst of Mrs. Dosha Mick. In .the games, the prizes went to Mrs. Paul Kimbrough for hijh score, Mrs. Jumerson for second high score ami Mr-:, .iciuru i.^ _ro for lo\v score- 3)ri?/. The hostess served a salad plate at the conclusion of the games. * * * First Party for Seniors is Given The first of the series oi parties given each year for the seniors benediction. Bits of News Mostly Personals Easter Morn Sunrise Program Announced By Churches Here Program for the Easter morning sunrise service of the churches of the city at Assembly of God Church, Seventh and Ash street, university of Arkansas, Fajette- j w ™.s-given ville. Chicago Conservatory of Mu- * sic and in Boston where she took special music courses. A".'teacher In the junior high school of the city, she plans to continue on the faculty for the remainder of this term before joining Mr. Reed in Somerset. Mjrl Reed is a native of Atlanta and--was educated in the schools there. He is well known here, having been connected with the local country club in 1939 as goli' instructor. He is now with the Queen City Golf Club in Somerset. Following the wedding, Mr. and Mrs.; Reed left on a brief wedding trip to Memphis and other Southern' points. csterday afternoon when Mr. and entertained with a skating party at ths Armory. Mr. nnrl Mrs. White are the parents of senior class president, Dick White. About 85 members were present for the party in addition to the following guests of the high school faculty: Miss Rosa M. Hardy, principal. Miss Lima B. Wilhelm, senior sponsor, Miss Jimmie D. Brock, Miss Margaret Laws and George Connell. The group skated from 3'.30 until 6 o'clock and were later served ice cream. Mr. -Bowling Honored Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bowling en- terfained 20 of their relatives and friends at a party at their home northwest of the city in honor of Mr:*'Bowling's father, R. L. Bowling,, of Armorel, on his birthday. He was 52. A red and green color scheme was carried out in decorations for the party. Honor Mrs. Garretl Mrs. D. Garrett was guest of honor at the luncheon meeting of the G. R. A. Birthday Club yesterday at the home o£ Mrs. Ira Koonee on Highway 61 South. of the club for the luncheon were Mrs. H. E. Koonce, Servicrs Continue At Christian Church. Pre-Easter services sponsored by the Woman's mission study group of the Woman's Council, continue at the First Christian Church. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe was leader of yesterday's program on "These Have Shared the Cross." Mrs. Benkert Wetenkamp, pianist, played a prelude of sacred hymns which was followed by congregational singing. The leader ;ave the call to worship, "An AS- tripiion of Praise." A hymn of thanksgiving was used for the re- spcnsive reading. Mrs. R. C. Rose reud from the 10th chapter of Matthew. Speakers on the program and their subjects^Jollow. Mrs. John Burnett; '-'-Early.; Christians"; Mrs. EASTER Cut vers Plants and Corsa a •Fashion decrees Flowers lor the Easter Parade. Our smart and Individually designed corsages will load the march for beauty and dislinction. Orchids, Roses, Gardenias, Violets. Sweetheart and Dutch Irises. Yellow Calla Lilies. Easter Lilies, Pelagoniums, Baby Pat Roses. Hydrangeas and made up plant boxes. All Await Your Selection a I Heaton's Home of Flowers In cut flowers you will find Roses. Carnations, Gladioli, Snapdragons and stocks. We have prepared for your Easter Flowers ihr.i you may not be disappointed. Visit, our Greenhouses and flower shop and be convinced. Flowers TeJegraphed Anywhere Place Your Orders Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reichel of Tuscaloosa, Ala., will arrive tomorrow to spend the week end with Mr. Reichel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Reichel. Miss Wynette Shepherd, a student at Louisiana State Univer sity, Baton Rouge, came ye^; morning to spend her Easter vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Shepherd. Sne will be here until Sunday. Mrs. Robert Wade Jr., is ill at her home on Cherry street. Howard Moore, Russell Farr, Fred Wade and Jack Webb, all students at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, are spending the Easter holidays here with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Farr, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wade and Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Webb. They were accompanied by Dave Partain, of Van Buren, also a student at the University, who is to be the guest of the Mcores over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hardaway and sons, Fred Whitten and Oscar, Jr., are expected to return this week end to reside after having made their home in Memphis. They will live in the apartment at 800 West Walnut street. ' Mrs. Blanche Farley, of Memphis, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. J. Faught, and Mr.' Faught .here for two -veeks. Mrs. F. G. Reichel returned last night, from Marion, Ind., where she spent a week with her sister, Mrs. H. L. Kuester and family. Mrs. A. Conway, Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. C. W. Afflick are spending today in Memphis. . Miss Jane Watson and Hal Moore, of 'Tallulah, La., are expected to arrive tomorrow to spend Easter with Mr. Moore's parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore. Mrs. A. G,-Hall and Miss Bess Hall went "to-Memphis yesterday to join Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beale for a trip to Atlanta, Ga., where they will visit Mr. Beale's mother, Mrs. Annie Beale, and family. Upon their return to Memphis the first of next week, Miss Hall wHl remain for a week's visit with the Scales, but Mrs. Hall will return home. Mrs. C. G. Hires will go to Union City, Tenn.. tomorrow for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Dunn, Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White and sons. Dick and John, will spend Easter with Mrs. White's mother. Mrs. W. H. Jones, in Paragould. Mrs. W. H. Stovall, Mrs. J. D. Smith, Mrs. M. T. Moon, Mrs Raymond Pearigan and Mrs. C G. Hires spent yesterday in Memphis. Mitchell Jones, a student at University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, is spending the Easter holidays here with his sister. Miss Nellie Johns, and other members of his family. Mrs. Gus berdt Jr. and daughters, Ethel Mae and Juanita. went to Columbia, Mo., today for a visit with another of Mrs. Eberdfs daughters, Mrs. Frank McDonal. and Mr. McDonal. Mrs. Jack Wilson was called to Conway yesterday morning to be with her father. P. H. Jamison, who is scriouslv 111. Mrs. T. L. Tate have returned from Hot Springs where they attended the state convention of the Woman's Missionary Union of Baptist churches. Mrs. G. A. Jimmerson, of Corn- ning, was elected to fill the office of Northeast Arkansas district president left vacant in January when Mrs. f. E Tate resigned The new president -' is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. S, Compere, of Hayti, former missionaries to Africa. Mrs. Tate, who has served until someone was named to succeed her, is completing plans for the corf- ference in Jonesboro, June 18, when she will present Mrs. Jimmerson to tno group as tneir president. - Manila Lions Members Hear Welfare in^ the budget class and combine rice, lentils or potatoes with the meat. Sl'AREIlIBS WITH LENTILS (Serves 4 to 6} One and one-half cup.s lentils, 1 onion, sliced; l bay leaf, l tea-spoon salt, one-eighth teaspoon pepper, i',.r. pounds spareribs. Soak the lentils over night in 2 quarts of water. Dram, cove, with fresh water, add seasonings simmer slowly until lender faboiu 1 hour). Pour into a baking pan Cur spareribs into portions and season with salt and pepper. Brown in a heavy skillet and arrange on top of lentils in baking dish. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees FJ for l 1 !- hours. CUKRY OP RICE WITH VEAL (Serves 4 to G Three tablespoons butter or other i'at, 1 onion, chopped; 2 tablespoons finely chopped green pepper. 3 tablespoons flour, 2 tablespoons curry powder, 2 cups veal S. A. Merrill, pastor of the host church, who with the Rev. James A. OverhoJser, of First Presbyterian Church, made the arrangements. The Rev. Mr. Overholser is to speak at the Union service, which s an annual affair sponsored by .he Ministerial Alliance of the ity. His subject will be "Christ's •inished Work." Congregational .singing. "Christ \rose" will open the service. The lev. E. K. Sewell, pastor of Lake fc or canned consomme, 2 cup. diced cooked veal, salt and pepper, > T ANTTT , , . -, ,, „ MANILA, Ark., April 11.— Mar- . vln C. Crlttenden of Blytheville curry powcler , then mn nllci B reen P e PP er and cook slowly lor 10 minute s. Acid flour ana not stock , was die guest paker of the Ma- and srir xmtil smootn d thi k _ nila Lions Club at their Wednes- cned . Season W)T7l sa)t und day luncheon at the Methodisi , Acld veal d fe church. Mr. Crittenden was introduced to the club by Lion President Kendall Berry. Mr. Crittenden is director of welfare in Mississippi County and his subject was "the Food Stamp Plan as it Concerns Everyone in Mississippi County." He said "There are 12,000 persons in this county pep unti witl thoroughly heated. Serve steamed rice. BEEF ROULADES (Serves 4 to 6) Use a slice of round steak abou half an inch thick. Cut the tnea in strips 1 to IVj inches wide ana about 4 inches long. Season with Street Methodist Church, will read the scripture from 15th chapter of First Corinthians after which George W. Patterson, pastor of First Christian Church, will offer the invocation. Preceding the sermon, Mr. and Mrs. Don Sutherland wil Ising a vocal duet, "In the Garden." Congregational singing. "Death Has No Terrors," and benediction by the Rev. Fletcher Spruce, pastor of First Church of^Nazarene. will close the service. Roy Porter i.s to be director of music and Mrs. Pauline Bruton, pianist. CARD OF THANKS We thank our friends for kindnesses extended us during the loss of our mother. Mrs. D. G. Moore and family Mrs. J. B. Brisendine and family Mrs. Jessie Reeder and family Will McClurkin and wife. Read Courier News want acls BABY'S COLD Friday, April 18. .at the home at the church this week. They be- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ogle. 607 gin nt 7:45 o'clock. Lake street at 7:30 o'clock.! ! Luigi Gtilvani, Italian physician i and anatomist, invented galvan- ; ized wire. USED BY 3 OUT OF 5 MOTHERS Easy to relieve misery direct— without "dosing". Rub throat, chest, and back with . . . WICKS W N/APORUB ITZ| FRIDAY Pre-Easter Services To Be Held Tonight Pre-Easter services Street- Methodist Church continue -onight when George W. Patterson, .ninister of the First Christian Jhurch, speaks there. Services have been held nighily The Nile Valley of Egypt con- the Lake tains about 50 pyramids. M1HOR SKIN IRPtTATIONS • Ti WHITE PETROLEUM JEtLY t*» »^ 4. £. t VJVU fVW.^V/1.10 All I* J-iO \s\J L41 1 \ T i 1 ' - . , . , who. at present, need employment: salt and pepper. Roll strips ana and the Food Stamp Plan w»H! J vrap ea j!? pie ,f wuh a 5tri P of 1 bacon. Tie with strms: or skewev greatly alleviate their need if used properly.". He spent several minutes answering questions of Lion members, explaining thoroughly the Food Stamp Plan as it would with toothpicks to hold the bacon in place. Brown lightly in a hot, frying pan. Pour off most of thu fat and add M CUD of water. Cov- over (325 degrees F. to 350 affect Manila and surrounding sec-j er_closely^ and_ bake Jn a moderate uon. he said that in all proba'ail- "^ "~ ity a "central" office would be located in Blytheville with a "sub- office" in Osceola. He assured tne club, however, that whoever is employed to sell the food stamps grees F.) for white onions 1 hour. Add small and pared potatoes and continue baking for an hour longer, or until meat is tender, Add more water if needed during would visit Manila if transporta- the baking. Thicken the liquid that tion could be arranged at least once each week to Manila. Singers Meet At Dell The Northeast Arkansas singing convention will meet Sunday at Dell Baptist Church. 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