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February 13, 1940

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARk!) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Ladies' Aid, Temple Israel, meeting elglit o'clock wllh Mrs. Max Meyers, .,, Mrs. Harry, Klrby entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Town and Country club meeting with Mrs. C. MocUnger. 1 A)! Parent Teacher associations of the city meeting three o'clock at high schocl auditorium. Mrs. C. W. .Affllck entertaining Chapter D, P. E. O. sisterhood, with luncheori at ):00 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTd Prosperity, club meeting with Mrs. M. Silman at Lijxora, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Charles AUord entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. F. 13. Joyner entertaining Thursdny Contract club. Double Four Bridge club mcel- ine with Mrs. Theodore Logan. Mrs. Richard Dickinson having Thursday Dessert club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Louis Applobaum. Mrs. Hiram Wylic entertaining Delta Contract club. O. N. T. club meeting wllh Miss Marie Abrnm, Young People's club, Church of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock. Catholic Hull. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Friday Bridge club meeting with MRS. H. p. Kelsey jr. Tea H'lll Compliment Bride-Elect Saturday The largest affair in the scries ol parties being given for Miss Thclma Worthington prior to her wedding to Hcrmon Carltpn March 4 will be the tea at which Mrs. J. Alexander Leech and Mrs. Aubry Conway will entertain Saturday afternoon. Two hundred guests from Osccola, Memphis, Little Rock, Wilson, Caruthersville and other neighboring cities have been invited. Tlie tea will be from four until si.-, otofcek -nt the-Leech home, 1013 West Main street. "MaiiUs, girl Is Wed To Fred Bcycft J r . Mr. and'Mrs, W. C. Griffin of Manila, announce the-marriage ot Iheir daughter, Miss Ruth Edythe Griffin, to Fred Boyelt Jr., of this city. Tlie wedding wns solemnized Sunday, Feb. 4, at the home ol Magistrate T. L. CassWy, who read the service. Mrs. Carroll Griffin, sister-in-law of the bride, was' the only nltcnd- Mrs. Boyelt al(cndcd',''jlie Manila schools, while Sir. Bcyelt received Ins education in the, schools of this city. He is now connected with the Dr. Pepper Bottling company At present, thc.v arc nl home with Mr. Boyett's parents, Mr ruid Mrs. Wed L. Boyelt nt 105 East Rose street. * * S Miss WorhitiRfon and '' Fiance Are Complimented. ter ington, .and her fiance," .Hcrmon Carlton, son of Mrs. Herman Cnr!- lon Sr., of Lake Village, were complimented al a family dinner given last night by Mayor and Mrs Marion Williams at their horn? . MissThclmn Worhtington duugh- of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worth- -.. .i.'iiauja Hi, UJC11 I1OIT1S. iwitiitj w. MII^II Uy l\115. ll The wedding will be solemnized Kirb -'' 1 ftn[l Mrs. Ellon W. Kirby 5ondn v \in r/*K A «* n. _ -nj.._i irn^t^c^wc f/\\< t tin r „,•.!„» \. Monday, March 4, nt, the Firsl Presbyterian church. Among the 16 guests present was Mrs. A. M. Todd of Vlcfcs- biirg, Miss., n cousin of Mr. Canton, who is visiting Mrs. J F Tompkins. Miniature figures of a bride and bridegroom surmounted the white wedding cake arranged in the center ot the table. Orchid sweet peas and other figures in a bridal G;> ! )list - church and one visile Parly dressed in paste? shades were ^*' s - ''"bn Warren, met with Mt around Ihe cake which was 'flank- L T ' Astlcr yesterday afternoon. cd by white tapers. Piacecards were also ornamented with, brides nnd bridegrooms. • A three course dinner was served Before tlie dessert course, gifts for the kilcheiij.vrere presented bv Ihe guests. 'f * A s Mccl For Program. Eighlcen members of the Woman's division of Christian Service of the Lake street 'he church "Youiig J. Allen." FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia COPiUMO BVHEAKIIVICC, IM, T, M. HC6 V.t,Ht. Cir—. "If I didn't sign my name, do you think Carole Lombard woviKi be awful mad if I sent one to Clark Gable?" The baby weigiied six pounds and ounces. . Mr, Holland, Mrs. Chnrles Perry, i sister of Mrs. Holland, mid Dr. I. n. Johnson went to 'Memphis Holland in an nmbu- . Nlrs. Holland is the former Miss Allcen Field, .vitli Mrs. Inncc. Has lilrltulay Parly Ruth Plielps wns surprised by 15 of her friends with n birthday larly at her home Saturday night. The affair was given by her mo':her, Mrs. EdKh Pennenter, and Mrs. Sam-Lloyd. The occasion was her 15th blrtli- .lay. For tlie. party, the two hosl- :ssos had used clccornllonr, Imlica- ive of St. Valentine's day. Games nud contests were played, \Iter which a desserl course- wns served.-' pastor of the First 1'resbyterian church. Miss Effl<: Lee Terrell will read the president's message. Tlie principal address is lo be made by Mrs. W. B. Bnrkcll of BasEclt, who will talk on the "Seven Lumps of Youth." Her discussion will follow n folk dance by Ihe Surt- bury school, nn accordion iiumhe-r by Joe Kvrard and n piano solo by Sylvln Rcidman. A ten in the home economics cottage will follow the meeting. To Hold Court Of Honor At Banquet A court of honor and speeches by members of the district scout council nnd lociil scoutmasters arc scheduled on the program fur the scout banquet, to be given tonight To at\.G:30..o'clock at the First Pres- bylbriait' chii'f ch( ' " ' . • • •••; --, - ;: ,rainis Iliil Jf 1 .',-president of the A- lickyv bingo will be held Eastern"'Arkansas Coimcll, and rinirsday night at eight o'clock nt clarence H. Wilson and Oscar Jie Catholic Hall, it was an- t'endlcr, members of the Council immccd todny. The affair will be will talk lo the group following the tfonsorcd by Ihe Young People's court of honor which -is to bc°coii- -iub oi the Church nf n< " T '" - 1 ---'- > • — • — • .rmculnte. Conception. our o onor wc -is to bc Church ot Uic 1m- 1 rincted by C. A. Cunningham Mrs. t,. E. Baker wits lender of the program prfscntcil al the meeting of members of the Woman's society for Christian Service in- inu first Methodist church yesterday jfternoou nt Ihe church. "I Surrender Myself" was the theme of the nrojram which wjs carried oul in a discussion ot 'YomiB J. Allen" by Mrs. Harry -. talks will be made by Roy Ren, Dr. Don Smith nnd James Terry, scoutmasters. The. banquet, is being given in honor, of national Boy Scout week which opened Thursday. Mf. Terry was In charge of arrangements for the affair. Hostesses for the sorJal hour which followed were Mrs. W. P. Brewer, Mrs. Everctl B. Gee, Mrs! W. M. Burns. Mrs. E. J. Browne, Mrs. S. K. (.inrrctt, Mrs, Elton W. Kirby. Mrs. Pal O'Dryant. Mrs. E. M. McCall nnd Mrs. II. A. Taylor. \V. Al. S. Meets Nine members of the Woman's Missionary society of the second visiler, iUrs. The devotional was given by Mrs. Thomas Boguu, who also presided over Ihe business session. Mrs. Christine Garrison dismissed the group with Contest Committee Will Submit Report A report on the National Cotton Bits of News Mostly Personals Mis. J. M. Vivian, whose condl- (Irn became crilicn! Friday, j s Crfally improved, ' K. n. utc Jr. Iras entered the Memphis Baptist hospital for tin appendectomy, ills parents, Mr n ml Mrs. Everett B. Gee, motored him down lust night. Mis. E, Rt'Ecnolil of Paris, Tex., wlio lias been visiting in Wilson,' rclurncd here Sunday for n week's visit with her son, Eddie Regenolcl arid family. Mr. aiid Mrs. uxUHe Reynold motored to Wilson lur her. Mrs. Edith McCool is convalescing at her home from injuries received when she fell recently." Mis. W. A. Stickmon is Improving nl her home niu-r having a*eu confined since Saturday because of influcn/.u. !•'. L'. Fox, who has been ill of lluriKa for tivo weeks, is Improving at his home, at 130 V/cst Ash street. Willis Htibcntr, of Uttle Rock returned here last night after having undergone a check-up on his fractured aim at Campbell's clinic in Memphis yesterday. r>r. and Mrs. L. L. Hnbencr, whom, he is visiting here, motored clown witli him. ' Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Caudill tnicl son, aarnrd, will return today from Brownsville ami Sart Antonio Tc"<., where they have spent several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Criggcr Jr and son, Charles III, and Mrs Bernard Gooch spent yesterday in Memphis. Young Charles returned to Campbell's clinic where the brace which he has worn on hl< neck for several months, was removed. The condition of Piuil Grecnwell who become 'critically ill Snturdny, remains unchanged following a definite Improvement, yesterday.. Ho is nt the Blytiievillc hospital.'"Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Wimdcrllcli will leave for Kansas City this afternoon .to attend an anniversary party being given tomorrow by Mr. Wumlerllch's sister, Mrs. Harold Nelson, and Mr.' Nelson. They plan to be awny for three days. Careful Shopping Produces Lenten Meals Nourishing And Economical TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13," .^ Chapter Is To Sponsor Essay Con lest The Elliott Fletcher chapter of the Uniied Daughters of the Confederacy will sponsor an cssav In he city public schools which'will be a pjrl of n statc-wiite contest arranged by the Arkansas Division, It was announced today bv Mrs A M. liutt, essay chairman'. Ji'i/e.5 of $10 for first and $050 or second will D0 given in (he senior high school contests of the i Wh ", c l "' il * s ° f $8 an<i * "' t( ' e Junlor top lefl hand corner of the first, page. Names must he in scaled envelopes which accompany the essays ivltli fictitious names on (lie outside of the envelopes. Mrs. w. T. Oborst, prcsidenl ol the Blythcville chapter, will give any Information, needed concerning the contest, it was announced. Although the shoes may not be much worn, horses should be re- shod every four or five weeks so that the hoofs will not become overgrown. sufl'cr from Colds? -.e-silon or Cause., of The War Bet«'C«i the State"; nth snidc- foidncy Lanler. Confederate Soldier, Poet, Musician"; loth sraelc- "Ihe Battle of Shiloh." In the Junior high contest, the ninth grnde is Included with these subjects: 9th erade-"Presldcnt Jefferson Davis and His Cabinet"; 8th grade—"Life's story of General Stonewall' Jackson"- 7th -oracle— "Private Life of Robert E. Lee." Essays, which must be submitted before Aug. 31, must not be less than 1000 words nor more than 2000 words in the senior high contest and not lew than 500 nor more than 1000 In the junior hijh contest. The number of words of the typewritten, double-sp.ved manuscript must. |, e S ( a t K | in th« relief from cold symptoms lake MO Liquid . Tablets • Salve . Nose Drain Luxury and economy for the meatless meal—eclcry and macaroni tfmbalcs served with ciinjictl ptas and cooked carrots. Methodist Picking contest MrsT,F. M. Sweet Ird the tlcvo- be made by —.... —t, committee in a program on charge of the proposed contest lo- nijht at the meeting of Ihe Dud Psychology Lecture Has Been Postponed The psychology lecture, scheduled to tic given nt the lilsli school tonight when Supt. w. D. McClurkh wns to speak, has uccn postpone! until Monday night, il wns announced this afternoon. Tliis i.s o.-ie of a serifs planned by the Parent Tca:her Association. Caruthersvillc Pastor To Preach Here Tonight The Ucv. O. A. Shnrrer, pastor of the Church of the Niizarciie nl Cnrullicrsville. is to .speak here tonight nt the evangelistic meeting being conducted nt Ihe First, onurch of the Nnzarenc. Services held each night at 7:TO o'clock will continue for two weeks. Ti, e Rev. J. L. Woolman, pastor, 1ms been preaching nl Ihe , meeting which opened Sunday | while uniting for the arrival of the Her. Holland London cf Little rtock. He is lo be here tomorrow lo continue' the services. At The Hospitals ',(-..,; T- - ' ; ; I3l.vtHfville Hospital 'U. 13.-New, Hayti, dismisscdr-- Mrs. Bill Buck. city, dismissed. Claude Whilworth. city, dismissed Walls Hospital Miss Mary Jnmes. city, dismissed. Burl Arnold, Caruthersvillc, dismissed. Ernest Bobbins, Braggadocio, dismissed. Memphis Methodist Hospital T3c(.ty txiu Keinicmore, Osceola. admitted. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Holland, city, 11 son. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Joseph F. Little Jr., Holland admitted. ll.v JIHS. C.AVNO!! MADDUX When both economy, and meat- Icssncss come together on the same day, that's delicious news. During Lent, a little Imagination mid a little careful shopping can result in gooti menls that cost very little and are full of nourishment. This meal for example: Tomato jttlcc cocktail, crackers, celery and macaroni limbalcs with buttered peas and carrots, orange sherbet, frosted sponge, coffee or milk. Celery ami Macaroni !iml«les (Serves \ lo C) Two eggs, slightly beaten, sill, pepper, paprika, 1-2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, 2 cups milk. 1 .cup grated American cheese, I cup chopped celery, ] cup cooked mac.i - roni, 1-2 tablespoon butter. ; llrcak eggs into large bowl. Add salt, pepper, paprika, Worcestershire sauce, I 1-2 cups milk and cheese. Beat well with rotary boater, pi in; go chopped celcrv into hoiUiig salted water and boil foi< 10 minutes. Drain al once and mi\- M'ltli cooked macaroni. Place ccicry arid macaroni mixture in 0 small or •I large custard cups. The cups wih not be entirely filled. Pill them to top with Hie cheese mixture. Set cups in pan of hot water and bake In moderate oven (350 dejj. F.) for 30 to 35 minutes, or until firm Unmolri on hot platter. Place a slice of h.-mi-caokcd egg on top of each timuale nnd serve with peas and carrots. Use 2 cups canned or frrehly cooked peas and 2 cups freshly cooked and sliced carrots. One egg will be enough. Orange ijlicrliet lAbout I fjiKtrt) 1 1-2 cups sugar, 1 cup water. 2 CSB whiles, stiffly beaten, 2 cups orange jnice, 3 tob.Mpoons lemo:. juice. Boil sugar and water togcthr;- for 3 minutes. Add slowly lo stiffly beaten egg whites. Add fruit juices. Pour into freezing tray of auto- malic refrigerator and sal contro. at fast freezing-. Freeze stiff, then beat or stir thoroughly. Return to freezing tray ami finish freezing Can be made also in crank type freezer. Masons V/ill Meet On Wednesday Night The Chicknsawba Lodge No. 13-1 P. and A. M.. will meet in stated communication Wednesday night H 7:3Q. o'clock. There will "lie work in the Fellow-craft, degree. Visiting Masona are Invited to attend, officers slated when they made this announcement. Pul! the Trigger on Constipation, and Pepsin-izeAcidStomachToo n constipation brings on ;idd iiuli " mimcsjescooda.idyov.rtawclsdon't move. So you need totl, Pepsin lo help v™f k , U " fas . 1 «'="-, VcliundiKcstcd food E ' tlie trigger on those hav Ixnveh SoT-c sure your laxative also contains Pepsi,',. lake Dr. Culdivell sLnxalivc bcc-uiseit'i Synip Pepsin hcliB you spin that won- derfulslomachcomforl.whilcihel.axative beniM moves your boircls. Tests prove llic pow_ero[ Pepsin lodissolvc those lumps <>[ undigested protein food wliich may linger m your stomach, I o cause belching, cat-trie acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin- izmfc your stomach helps relieve it of such distress. At the same lime this medicine wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your bowels to relieve your constipation So see how much better you feel by taking the laxative that also puts Pepsin to work or tirat stomach discomfort, too Even (in- icky children love to taste Ihis pleasant family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldv.-ell's l,ax- ntive—Senna with Syrup Pepsin at youc druggist today! KEEE DELIVERY 109 W. IHnln St., Plume 15 f JP i T Z ( Sign the New Register at the Ritz TUESDAY — PAL 2 admitted f<ir price of 1 NflNCY DREW, n , 7HB HIDDEN STAIRCASE BONITA GRANV1LLE Als» Sclecled SiiorU WED. - THUR. with Vrcstcn Foster & Andy Dcvinc Coining Tuesday, March 20'tii J'"oj- a Week's Run WITH THE WIND" OX Y PAL NIGHT TUES.-WED.-THURS. 2 admitted for jirice of 1 "HERO FOR A DAY" with Charles Grapcwin & Anita Louise Also Selected Sluirls- US'l'EN TO KLCN:. jr . i.m._—12:45 p.ml — 4:30"p.m. Phone Box? 333 il:00 a I'hone Ritz 214 ticnal '..on "I Surrender Myself" supper meeting. which' was token from the yearbook. She was assisted by man- barbecue Wnsrvclv ^ ^ reart "' °' dw:k < D °" ^»'"«<s. ,,as, com-" TiT ..-I .• minder, announced. Thei mwlitnUpn from the World Heads of a number of civic or- Sa Mr C T c e b> ch Wra i- T W J «» nl »'"»» »•"» «re .n.c4strd In «i.<ii. Mrs. ocorRC Shamlm and'thr cotton nil-tin.. „„„,„., ,... Cason post nt the Hut. All cx-servlcc men ct Mississippi county arc invited to attend the sang = duct j have bscn invited to c ave TO11! " : ' tonislu ' s meeting. pattici; ate in Mrs. O. J. Rodgers which was crotion. Mrs. Allen VanWinklc and Mrs Daisy Marler discuwcci the mis- . Nonary topic before the mcctin, R.T.A. Program Tomorrow Plans Completed For prayer liy MIT. was clascd «-ith George Crews. Mrs. A. L. Ragan and Mrs. O. 0. Rodgers, hostesses for the day. served a sandwich plate the Valentine motif oul, Plans have been completed for Jr tnc «ay.i, '^ F O»'«H*'* nay program to be ite in which I ""f, 1 " C<1 1Tt the joint moothu; o! was carrier! " ' ', V ? KM Teacher associations 01 the city al the high .school to- "'n r.""in nictui-f industry ranks .sevcnlh among Ihe Icarimg industries of the Uniicrt iitales A Pleasant Way fo" Wake La/y Insidcs If you're constipated and it has you headachy, bilious, upset, crow, you ought to know about tills liquid companion to tlie famous powder; It's called Syrup of Dlack- Dratight; has n line, flavor; acts grntiy by simple directions. Its chief ingredient. hcl|xs tone fcizy bowel muscle's. Children welcome it. Next time a laxative is nettled, use Syrup ;) f Bluck-Uraughl: 50c or 25c. Son IJorn A son was bcrn to Mr. oncJ Mrs. J. P. Holland early Ihis morning nt the. Memphis Methodist hospital. — PRESCRIPf IONS— Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Drugglsl Fowler Drug Co. ain & Ffrst > Phime I4t morrow afternoon at "three 'o'clock j n was announced lortay. | The proBriin, is („ bV opened «ill, he mvocHtion vvliicii will bt- given byjlic Rev. James A. 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