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   Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - October 2, 1943, Blytheville, Arkansas                                BLYTHEVILLE COURiBB NEWS OCTOBER 1943 1 Coming Events UONDAT Womans Council of First Chris tian ChurchiwUl meet In groups at the fol towing homes Pa Miller Hope be hostess to F Brogdoh Love Executive First Presbyle ian liave business reeling 2 30 Womans Society of Christian Service First Methodist meet P at Mrs Jimmy Terrell will enter Quads club TUESDAY 400 Club meet with Mrs WEDNESDAY Hall will entertain Wednesday Contiact Double G Club will meet with Miss Frances Sanford Shelton will be hostess to THURSDAY B Club will meet with Mrs1 Robert Weld Ed Cook will entertain Double Four RiRTHDAY IS ENTERTAINED The home of Mrs Middle ton was decorated in the Hallowcei motif lifst night when she enter tnlncd members of the C and Use Grrapes In New Light Jelly Cake Bits of News Mostly Personal low achieve lightness without BY GAYNOR NBA Stalf Writer One of your jobs In the Food Fights for Freedom Campaign Is lo use foods that nre Grapes are plentiful now and Biithdny Club and two Miss b with flavor and essential Dorothy Jordan and Georg cant afford to waste The shortage may be bue shortening Is still scarce and a cake that can achieve flavor lightness without shortening Is a to cherish and to The secret of this suc cessful wartime cake Is the added of allphosphate baking powder which gives the layers their keeps them flufly under three thick stories of homemade grape Jelly Tower Cake One cup sifted cake onenaif teaspoons lionorlng Marvin whose tmthday occurred Halloween crepe paper covered the dining table which held as a centerpiece n bowl of After the twocourse included a birthday the evening was spent in games and infonnal with prizes awarded to Scrape and Miss Mary Later the guest of honor wos presented an assort ment of i DAUGHTER BORN TO PATRICK and Patrick Small of St Louis rue the parents born yesterday at l gto Concor lormci Jean grape JellyyCotifectloncrs SMART HAS allphosphal MEMBERS and sift 3 times Members of Chapter N of yolks until thick an Sisterhood met yesterday after In color gradually ad at the liome of Mrs Murrayi ollowing work at the Cross bandage room After a brhf business Kftsri iier a report on the Surjremc Convention recently held fromthe of p Is junior past the beating con btantly until Ad ater and beating coil Fold flour ml lure am CBB white mi lure into cgt oik Pour into llghU reaficd Bake In moderate ovei 350 degrees 20 to 25 minutes nvcrt paiis on rack remove whe layers Mash elly between hrdl rdl elly ppread between Sprinkle lop of cake with confeji loners Paul of Memphis and NVorld Communion Sunday Will Be Observed Here World Communion Sunday will be observed here Sunday by Bly tlicvllle diuretics and efforts will be made Inmany of the churches o have all their members present for this sacred in the xrds Supper will be to the people who are not nble to attend tecause of Illness or old It has lieen announced by the Ministerial World communion Sunday Is sponsored by the Federal Councl of the Churches of Christ in Amer and Earl Innmn fourth coilsecu wcnl lo Glrartlvc ycar for Dr can Thursday night where they Jessl BaUer 0 Federal Couii ttended the funeral yesterday of mother of Paul and inughcrly died Thursday Those from First Methodist ihuich licrc who attended the district Scmlnnr meeting In Ma were Fred Max Sally George A Wllford of and the liaslor of the local and Tucker went to today where they will attend a family reunion Sun day at the home of sister of Fom sisters and one brother will be mid Paul Tlplon are now living In yielr former home 1038 They 12 eot31J clty be pres cnt at the worship hour LUII tiayft Ann ell of Churches stated that slg nlflcance of the worldwide ob servance Sunday will be tha fol lowers of Christ Ir Army camps and Naval ot in churches large ant in the homeland ami over will bear witness of this fel Many and n Ulytheville will want to be a the Lords Supper tomorrow be cause know tlmtt wher ever their lovedones In the servic lave gone to they too ai remembering Christ in this specia it has been pointed CHURCH HRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Womans 141G West Main Unreality Is the the motions and certificates I Morning worship On I WorldWide communion a very exceptional service has been In keeping this significant All members of the church are asked to be present for this It should be especially helpful to those who have loved ones In dls LessonSermon which will be n all Churches and Societies of he church of The Golden Text Is If God be or who can be against us Romans Among the citations which com prise the LessonSermon is the ollowing from the Bible Every map is i brutish by his knowledge every confounded by Me graven Image for his molten image Is and there is 10 breath In Jeremiah tant parts of the and to these who would pray for world Evening Service The Stereoptlcon scenes of the Holy Land and the beginning of Jesus Midweek Prayer Service Wednes day Choir Rehearsal Wednesday If you havent a church home In let us welcome you lo our services this FULL GOSPEL TABKRNACLK Lily and Vine pastor Sunday Evangelistic Service 8 Young Peoples 8 1 Prayer Meeting 8 Outslatlon Work a the past three year many churches have experienced an Easter Church attendance on world wide communion The Blytiievllle Ministerial along with all the FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main atSixth Scott mlnfeltr Bible Classes for Tlie newly organized Mens Biblei Class will in the chapel of the Cobb Funeral Home across the screet from the Morning An EnduringWitness to Our One ness is the pastors This church joins with manyothers In the observance of munion Pioneer ChristianYouthFellow for children 14 tlic cliurch in the hall at LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Bates pastor Church Iver son Morning We Kally Tills Day pastors sub World wide communion Sunday Junior Intermediate and Youth Fellowship 7 Evening 8 The Eternal One pastors Board of 8 STEPHENS KPISCOPAL CHURCH Sixth ami Thomas minister In cliarge Prayer and Thursday Choir re Concord Jf Makes alxml W medium classes Four 7V4 cups fruit To stem pounds ripe Concord grapes rush Add and cup bring to and simmer 10 Place fruit in Jelly cloth or bag and squeese oul and juice and mix Measure sugar into large saucepan Bring to boil over hottest heat am at once add bottled fruit pectin stirring Then bring to full rolling boll and toll hard Remove from heat skim into sterilised jelly glasses Paraffin at Note 2 cups corn syrup may be substituted for 2 of the cups of sugar called Ijucst for several daytj Weaver of Wundcrllch Memphis Thursday where r were overnight guests of Estelle Cook They accom nic yesterday by their Donna who s a student at Miss Hutchlnsons Baker Wilson and will return Monday from where Jane has been con fined to a hospital because of a throat Edna Nies will go to Memphis where she will spend several days attending to business Nick Thomas returned yesterday from where she hns liecn for a week with and Louis Lc and her Nick Thomas and Eugene accom panied by Don and Jim lo Memphis today to be wllli Don and Jims Smart who Is critically 111 at Baptist Hos It was announced by Baird pastor of First Church and secretary of the Ministerial Auxiliary Leaders Will Recruit WACs Warns High Blood Pressure Is Symptom Of Disturbance I1Y THOMAS MASTERS We ill til for NEA High blood pressure and its con sequences arc among the most com The progressive In crease in life expectancy Is bring ing moie people to the age at States in May he has been station ed at the Marine Base at El Cen Landon Injured 1 Stepping in a shallow hole ii lief yard resulted in Mrs Kur Landon fracturing an wife of the commandin officer of Blytheville Army A able be althoug her ankle is in a Colonel and Mr lindon expect to move into th libuse owned by Marcus Evrard o Higlroaj now occuple bV and Mrs Dan Dunki have purchased a house a 133 West and Maja Skaller ha purchased the Landon 10 West Walnut is anil perhaps of is this prganiTationr Dyersburg Girl To Wed Marine Sergeant Muery A marriage of interest here occurthursday at El this disease Is Henry son Muery of will be married to Miss Juantta Ray oT Dyersburg will bsmarrled at the First Baptist Church of El where Muery is stationed at the Marine The post chaplain will perform the rites Miss Ray is the daughter of and Mrs Ben Ray of Dyersburg and has visited her Ernest and family here many times Suijuant Muery has been In serv ice for more than two years and during that time was in the conibal in the South Pacific war theater ns n Marine combat pho Since his return to the mechanism of the circu cnn be visualized by con Keeping Up Men In Sendee Charles former member of the made his home here for several with his Sue is now sta m Corporal the communications tcction of the e Incidence For the symptom of gli blood pressure wns regarded a consequence oJ previous kld ey or artery Now it Is nown that hypertension Is a sym m of various Its ssoclation dls asc of the arteries ts A minute minority oliow tumors of the capsule of 10 adrenal gland or certain hanges In the pituitary ilaiiy cases ot hypertension have ppeared in the absence of any evi ence of disease Inves Igations recentyears have led 6 the concept that n reduction In he blood supply to the kidney cau ses the elaboration of a substance which constricts the arterial vessels BIOLOGICAL EXPLANATION Tlie slderlng the heart as a pump mu the blood vessels us a narrowing scries of The blood Is forcfd through tlies pipes by the nnd nutriment is carriedto the tissues by this The demands of the cells for nutriment Is fairly Constriction of the small arteries hinders the circulation of the blood from reaching Ihe To compensate for the narrowed blood the force behind the blood must be It is this increased force that is measured by a blood pressure ap paratus and is culled hyperten A burden Is carried by the leart when II must maintain this incerascd and like any lieavlly It en The arlerics are also called upon to contain this In creased and must become thicker In order to do In other the attempt to com pensate for the Initial the narrowing of the small ar leads to changes which subsequently cause other trouble with the heart and arteries gcn clranges ultimately come Itarc CAUSES ntse concepts of the cause of hypertension be fused with an Inherited constitutional pcr dispositlon for which there is abun dant evidence In the majority of There Is also considerable reason to believe that emotional and Mother factors pe culiar to socalled clvllisfcd role In Ihp causation of the ilis The outlook for a given cnse of lypcrtcnslon is impossible to give careful study of the par Icular case or prolonged obser The possibilities range rom very good to and cures are The treatment is best consid ered as n cooperative effort be tween doctor and Gooc medical care and Intelligent self help by the patient usually pro vide a very satisfactory outcome While doctors are so pa tients with hypertension will tint Irvine Pages Manual for Hy published by Charles a useful aid In help ing them to Hie dis ease and their share1 in the re sponsibiltty of controlling Clara Johnson has returned lo her home in after spending a week with her Glenn B Johnson and Johnsons par nnd Ira Highway Glenn Johnson left last night orGrand too be with her h4 Lieutenant JoluuWi stationed there in Thorpe will to Paragould tomorrow to join her who there for the They will make their home Nelll first vice pres ident of the state American Le and E1 Cook district were chosen bj Ciovernor Homer to as slst in recruiting 1036 WAGS in Arkansas before it was an hounced today by Harry o El State Legioncom and Ell Bennett Little Auxiliary They attend an organlratioi meeting in Little Rock Mbnda afternoon for state officers of til and Auxiliary and the 3 district heads of the The governor also appointc Hendrix Littl and Herbert pas Legion as lia son Halcom Wounded In Actio Baird will preach at Osceola or the night 8 v1 EPISCOPAL CHURCH Osceola homas minister in charge Evening Prayer and Wednesday Hynn ing at the these days of de wantanil death we are ometlmes confused by Jesus mes Seek ye first the kingdom if and his righteousness and all these things shall be added unto THE FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash Sunday Morning Evangelistic SM Services every Tuesday and Fri day Friday and Saturday Outlaws of Desert Serial GMen Black Dragon and Selected Continuous Showing Saturday 100 to yvm LUTHERAN CHURCH and Walniil Robert pastor Sunday Divine Tlicmi and text of sermon Jesus An swer to the Question Is It Law fill to Give Tribute to Caesar V Mark Quarterly Congregational Meet ing immediately after morning No services following Sun FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Philip Preaching Special Marsha The Lords Prayer the assoclational Baptist Training Union Preaching the Caldwell Wednesday Choir Midweek pray er Sunday and Monday FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH James minister Sunday Special Rally Day progranv to be present ed by departments of the Sunday Annual Class pro Read Courier News Want Roy Halcom has wojindeiJ in the Southwest Pacific area the War DepartmentTaW v inrrow tn inln her son Mr anci Mrs Jorin has been employed I Thomas 010 ice almost two years and nas been overseas a When in he was employed the Standard Oil Company j His condition Is his parents have been and Halcom also have two other sons in the Oirl Scouts will attend the Ritz Theater as guests of Scouts will meet In front of the theater at 7 oclock At The Hoiptob Rlythcville Hospital Leon Walls Hospital Admitted Born to and Everett a son tilts Memphis Methodist Hospital Admiltedr Robert Shirley Memphis Baptist Hospital Charlie Girl Scout News The Miracle In Permanent Waving COLD the scien tific No maj Drop in for MARGARETS BEAUTY SHOP 104 First Phone 2532 A UNIVERSAL nCTUKE Selected Shorts Continuous showing to i Continaoai Shows Etery Day j Box Office Opens i I Show SUrts LISTEN TO 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