The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 21, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 21, 1940
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PAGE TWC BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER, NEWS Social Calendar ' : THURSDAY'S EVENTS - Altar Society, Church of the Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock at Calh- ollc Hall. Mtes'Ixm Jo Hargett entertaining O. M. T. ch*. Miss Jeanne Harrison and Miss JjQulse Dobyns entertaining for Miss Thelma Worthington at bridge- shower, eight o'clock at Harrison home. Mrs. G. G. Caudtll having Thursday Contract club. Double Pour club meeting with Mrs. Raymond Smith. Mrs. Roscbe Crafton entertain-' ing Delta Contract club nnd Thursday Afternoon club. Mrs. John Faulkner having Thursday Dessert club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. R. P. Kirshner. Mrs. J. Louts cherry entertaining Micl-Week Bridge club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS \Vphian's club having general nJECting, 2:30 o'clock, at club house. i Hrmvood Cemetery association nieeiing 11 o'clock with Mrs. Otto Br'adberry. ; ^Mrs.! W. D. McCl'urkln entertaining Friday Bridge club. ' '•«'. SATURDAY'S EVENTS •JIrs, ' It E. Old enlertalriins Wednesday Bridge club. • FLAPPER FANNY - COPIMJW iYNCA SCRY1CC.1NC, T. M. RtO. U.O. W. GIF. By Sylvia Is*Hostess to Club JMrs. Elton W. Ktrby wtis hostess to'members Of the Tuesday Bridge club and two guests, Mrs. A, Cbn- wky and Mrs. Harry W. Rallies', for R party til her home yesterday afternoon. '. A'spring bouquet of mixed flower?''; was used for the, centerpiece or,the dining table hi which, lunch was served. :'Mfs. J. Nick Thomas was high scorer and Mrs. W. D. Chamblln. second high In the bridge games which followed. -,*- * * i Afternoon Club Meets Members of the Tuesday Afternoon club nnd - two guests, Mrs. Sheldon Hall and Mrs. Ellis Snipes of Sikeston, Mo., a former member of the club, met at the home of Mrs. Don Smith yesterday afternoon. ..'..'.' ' Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the bridge games in which Miss Ruth Butt was high scorer and Mrs. Rehkert Wetenkamp, second high. 1 * *• * Gives Washington Party Mrs. L.-.M.. Burnelte gave a George. Washington , pS rty. last night for past matrons 'arid past patrons of the Order of ,fhp Eastern-Star at her home. j ' • • BJpoming planls ivcre arranged about the entertaining rooms. The patriotic', color scheme wns carried out. in the red, while nnd blue brick lee cream which was served with cake by the hostess' daughters, Misses Elizabeth nnd Marilyn B^rnettc. rGames and conte.its were plnyed at; the. party. Mrs. Gus Eberdt Jr. received a Martha Washington placque for being the winner of the February contest. In the George Washington contest, Mrs. J. IS. Patterson was presented mi Easier bunny. /The next meeting of the grout! will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barham Tuesday night, March IB. * * * Ix>cal Girl Named As Btauly Candidate Miss > Winifred Craivford, a student at State Teachers college at ConwayJ has been chosen as the representative of her sorority for the beauty section of the Ssrol), college annual. Each class and sorority selects its 'representative and fr'om tills group, three beauties will be chosen lor .places in the yearbook. Miss Crawford, who last year represented her class, received first place -:i the judging. Supper Club Meets. Members of the Tuesday Night Supper club were entertained by Mr. nnd Mrs. B. A. Lynch at their homo" last night. A three course dinner was served at the dining table which was made colorful by a spring bouquet and George Washington placecards. Jn the bridge games. Mrs. Cecil Shane was high scorer among Ihc women, and Mr. Lynch, among the i men'. Bits of News Mostly Personals SHE STARTS DOWN HERE AND.. . .., Above High *C Two Octaves... t Her Voice Trills.... 1 Mrs. Ellis Snipes, formerly of here and now of Sikeston, Mo., Is spending .several weeks here with her mother, Mrs. H. li. Chambers. Mr. and Mr.s. Elton W. Kirby are spending loday In Pariigbitld, Mrs. James Lcnlz of I'corla, 111., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Lunsford. she came pri- (hiy and plans to br> here for at least two weeks: Mr. mid Mrs. Hugh Hale of Ciir- ml, ill., were guests of Mr. nnd Mr.s. liernnrd Gooch Tuesday. Tliey en route home fioin [\'ew Orleans. Clarence Shanks, who has been In the Veterans' hospital nt Mein- plils and Little Rock for (he past 18 months, has been removed lo the home <'f his mother, Mrs. J. U Shnnk.s, at 1405 West Asli street! He has teen 111 for three years. Miss Landys McLcocl has been 111 of Influenza for two or three days at her home, 2001 West Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane arc visiting relatives in Pnvagonid today. "Wits it a nice party, baby?" "Ooh. swell! We didn't linfta piny games or anything." Singer's Cooking Notes Are Pleasing To Husband BY J1HS. GAYNOlt MAIWOX I NUA Service Stuff Writer When a singer goes to cooking school to please her young husband —that's-news! Bea Wain, popular young singer, did just that and here are a few leaves from her "domestic harmony" kitchen note book. .. ' Frankfurter Casserole (Serves 4) O'le-hnlf pound frankfurters, cut In thin rounds; B medium sized potatoes, sliced thin; 2 small onions, 2 tablespoons prepared mustard, 2 tablespoons flour, 2 1-2 cups milk, 1 tablespoon salt. Butter a casserole dish, and place ;n layer of sliced potatoes on the, bottom. Add n layer of onions, frankfurters ^a:id flour, scattering suit in portions over the toycrs. Continue until frankfurters are a used. Ilnve top layer of potato?? and onions. Mix prepared mustard with (he milk and pour over ail. •Scatter grated cheese on the top 50 minutes in a moderate oven (350 degrees T'.). linked Pineapple Clnnis (Serves 2) Four lamb chops (loin), 4 slices canned pineapple, 8 small sausages, salt, pepper nnd pineapple Juice. Butter « Inking dish and place four slices of pineapple on the bottom. Put a chop on each slice or pineapple arid top it with two Mr. and Mrs. Don Edwards are ill of influenza nt their hoiiie. Mrs. Jack Frazief, of Ljltlc Rock, will arrive tonight for a visit with her niece, Mrs. Dick Potter, and family. She is coming to be with her father, Mr. Hastings, who is improving after bavin* l>een quite ill. Kichard Becker spent the week end in Little Uock with his mother and family. ' ; Mrs. Eddie 13. David and Mrs. B. P. Potter will go to Memphis tonight to sec Mr. David, who is in Campbell's clinic there. Mr. David, who is undergoing treatment for a spinal injury, is steadily improving! The Rev. Alfred dppenter, pastor of the First Baptist'church, re* turned Monday from'England, Ark.,! where he conducted an evangelistic meeting for ten days. ' Dr. W. A. Gr'iniincit and Dr. F. By NBA Service PITTSBURGH.— The elderly man swung around on the piano stool. He smiled and his fingers touched the keys, running the scales. The little girl beside liii'u hesitated, opened her mouth and sani; Lightly she followed the tones of (he keys. Higher and iiigner she followed until his fingers reached (lie lust note on (lie keyboard, two octaves above hig nni'.cticd the key. That's a regular for Myra. Welner, a H -year-old Pittsburgh girl who is astounding musicians. John FeUllcr, a former member of (he Pittsburgh symphony and well-known flute teacher of Pittsburgh for 20 years, declared: "It's amazing. I have never hoard anything like this. Jler voice has n piccolo range." I'AUKNTS NOT MUSICAL Myra Ls the daughter of Mr. am) Mrs. Nathan Welner. Neither is a musician, one. year a^o, Myra, a freshman in high school, came to Byron U. Blumcnthul, her present Instructor, for lessons. lie tested lirr voice and accepted her. Weekly he would have her run the scales, and he found gradually her voice could follow higher and higher. Three months ago she reached two octaves above high c. Myra hopes some day to bscome an opera singer. She is studying WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1940 Lions And Ladies Have Serious Moments, Much Fun sausages. Add and pepper. Then pour over nil the juice from am of pineapple. Hake for one hour in a moderate oven 1350 degrees P.), without a cover. Tomato Pork Chops (serves 4) Season chops with sail and pepper am). -brown IJgliUy. Put in n casserole .and over each. chop plnco a thick slice of oiiion. Pour over all a can of condensed tomato soup diluted water. with abut Inlf a cup of Cover and bake for one and dot with paprika. Bake abotit grecs P.). hour in n moderate oven :!SO dc- An address by j. u. Tucker of Harrison, Ark., district governor of their organization, was about Ihc only serious event on the program test night as the Blythevillc Uons Club made their annual ladles night program nil occasion lor much levity as well as emphasis, hi Mr. Tucker's s|«cch, on (he Lions' slogan — liberty, InleUlgence, bur nation's safety! Mr. Tucker emphasized that Ihc service c)ub.v of the-nation, today Miss Louise Angel presented thvcc of her students In a novelty dance number, lu addition to the A'lves of the club members the district governor and entertainers the following were guests: Marry Kirby, president of lire loom Rotary Club, and Mrs. Klrby, J. Graham Sudbury, vice president of the local klwajils Club, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hale Jackson of Osccola, Mrs. J, n. Tucker-or Harrison, Mr. and as never before, stand between j Mre - w - C. Higglnson, Mr. and threatening envelopment in war Mrs - Fietl Fleemnn, Mr. and Mrs. and the liberty which Americans regard as Ilielr birthright. He stressed the necessity of constant alertness and vigilance on the part or Lions clubs a civil organisations as well as other French nnd Italian along with her As high as you can hear a piecolu other subjects. . . . up to the very last key on (k.csn't hurt my throat," she said. "It doesn't, and feels no different than singing lower tones." "Invariably when people hear me piann . . . two octaves above high sing such high notes they ask if it "C" . . . runs the amazing voice of Myra Welner. Mr. Bliiinenlrml, a Pittsburgh Myrn speaks In. a low voice .and voice taachcr for 30 years, believes sings without effort a .range of live that because Myra can reach the cctJves on the piano. In the note with such ease and lias no operatic world, highest vocal hole trouble reaching it again and again, k P sharp, above high c, \vliich her ability to sing in the high is reached by Lily .Pons. range is permanent. L. Husbands have gone to Masou. j.Mclhodist this week visiting friends and relatives. .; Mrs. C. H. Porter is a patient In the Baptist Hospital in Memphis for a few days. John R. Enochs entered the Tciiii., for ,1 consultation with Dr.' losl week Rice of Briidcn, Tcnn.. regarding j fo >' three the illness of Dr. W. D. Gray of! cian's cnre, Mason, formerly associated with i — the two Blyllievillc physicians ivhen they practiced at Mason mid who has long been ill. Dr. Gray is .well known,In Blythevillc where lib lias i hospital .where he will weeks under i Memphis remain physi- A.I .• t r , tfiiei beiS U-' P - If, , BS E-Ven L6II visited., frequently. Ills 'condition' Is j STONf.NGTON, ' Coiin. ,f'UP)~-Fire critical.. ! ; ' .".."". "./' i|c'hi'er.Trank' : j:-Shfifinon '. hnircssed - ------ —•'- l |;his : i'nen.wi!h lhe;iirsieric'y m speed ' how well they heeded his instructions when one night he rang in an alarm and then dashed off to fire headquarters to ride to the blaze on the pumper. He found the station deserted and the apparatus on Us way to the lire without him. Shannon had to go home after his own car before he could join (hem. cs to sec that the United States is not swept 61V its feet and Into the jaw of the monster war. Ho paid tribute lo the local Lions club as one of, the outstanding clubs In the entire district. Before and after Mr. Tucker's address the tempo of the enterlain- | ment moved swiftly, reaching a. crescendo of hilartoiisness (for Ihc onlookers) when four members of the club were Ihrusl, without prior notice. Into the principal roles in a skit entitled "Pluming A Rag, A Bone and A Hank of Halrl" Eddie Olds, clarence to. .Wilson, . V. Sebangh aiid Harry Brooks were the 'victims' of the program ted. committee's designation for the act. Mrs. Fred R. child won the sralid prize In a contest which fol- bwed a speech by Dr. R. E. Schirmei- on "Sensible Suggestions." initlcxl. The title was not altogether in- ilusive. Other club members iVcrc called lipon (o make speeches on varied subjects but the program committee went into frequent huddles and ruled that most of the speakers were too terrible even when the subjects were passable. W. J. Pollard, president of the local'club, acted as master of ceremonies for the banquet program. Bill Beswick presented vocal sc-. lections accompanied by Miss Nan-! nle Clark Smith, who also presented piano solos. I am C. Owens, Mr. land Mrs. Ranolph Smilh, Mr. and Mrs.' Lloyd Stlckmon, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trlesch- nann, Miss Sarii Joe Little, Miss Angel, Miss Prances Mc- Inncy, Miss Coye Peai'ce, Gene Bradley, Jerry Harwell and Howard Bowen of Osceola. At The Hospitals Blythevillc Hospital Wlllnrd Spradllng, Havti, ad- nitted. Mrs. E. B. Bourland, Manila, dismissed. Mrs. Herschel Martin arid baby, city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Mildred Lawson, Bteelc, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Pabcr A. White, Osccola, admit- Mrs. J. W. Lenin, Hayll, admitted. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. .B. B. Craivford, Dell.- ad- It long has been a common practice to lift rabbits by their ears. Although young animals may not b'e harmed by such treatment, injuries are likely to result as they grow older and heavier. MOTHERS ielieve misery of colds external//wilh [tact club a party til her lia<f Club l'arl> , Mrs L E Ba!;er had ,1 parly .for, members of the Thursday Bridge club and two guests, Mrs. Ivy-W. Crawford and Mrs. Ralph BErryman, yesterday afternoon nt her home. She used a George Washington scheme in the decorations and in theidesserl plate served after the games. High score, prize went to Mrs J. J. Cookston and traveling prizi lo Mrs. Raymond Schmuck. Mrs Berryman was presented the ijues . prize. . W. ,M. S. Mecis. Nine members of the Woman' Missionary society of the Secom Baptist church met at the horn of Mrs. Ovic Jackson Monday at tcrnoon. The meeting was. opened wit prayer by Mrs. Tommlc Bogati af let which Mrs. Boyd Eldrcdg taught the Mission study. Mrs. Sai Uoyd dismissed the group prayer. Are Guctls'of Club, WheJi Mrs.'!'. W. Jeffries enter tained members of the"city Con home yesterday afternoon, she also had as her guests, Mrs. Rupert Crafton and Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford. A salad plate was served after the games in which Mrs. Hoscoe Crafton was high scorer and Mrs. Rutherford second high. Ku(ertains Club. Mrs. V. G. Holland entertained members of the Tuesday Contract club nnd one guest, Mrs. W. S. Johnston, at a parly at her homo yesterday afternoon. Mrs. W. W. Siinvcr was high and Mrs. Holland, second high, in the bridge games. Mrs. Johnston wns presented a gift. -The hostess served a wilnd plate with coffee at the conclusion of Ihc games. Dclplibn.s iMret Dr. Edna Mies and Mrs. W. T. Obrrst presented the program at the meeting of the Delphian Fine Art.s group yesterday morning at ic Hotel Noble. Mrs. .Tame.", B. ,lnrk conducted the parliamentary rill. Richard Halliburton mid Cora ifirris wore discussed by n\\ NU's. nd Mrs. Oberst told of Ed-;ar \llen Port life and outlined his it cry of "The Gold Bur." Kev. Overholser Speaks 'Hie HCV. .lames A. Overholscr. iiastor of the First Prcsbvteriar chinch, gave another in the series j of lessons on '•PrcsbytjrhnlMii" at he meeting of (he Beta Chi Sun- lay school class last ni<:hl ;>t tiv of the teacher. Mrs. G. W Dlllaliunty. "The History of the I'resbylcrijn ;hurch" was the Mibjecl "of hi' Blk last nlgin. Ten monitors wore present for the disiussiou. The liastejvs served cherry pir av.d r.olTee durit:? Ilir rn-iiil iirmr. Club Has (;;u--.l Mrs. Harvey Monis was ;i w,fst 01 Mis. W. C. Hi-jjinson ycMci'day afternoon when flic enlerlnlurti membcis of the Tuesday club with Party at her home. Mrs. Jesse Taylor received liigh score prize in the bridle games, The hostess served n ;nhcl plate. Beauties Both SSI Dycss Youth Enlists Society—Personal •in, answering alarms. He found out ' BUD n on WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Without Calonwl-And You'll Jump Oul °! 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Bird en Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. This is a new department, of the Wilson Cooperative Club, which is affiliated with the red- crated Womens Clubs of America. and has been functioning regularly under the leadership of Mrs. W.I B...Dtirkett, chairman, and Mrs.' C. L,. Bird, local president. Mrs. Biirkolt announces livo programs dining the month of March. Ihc first entitled "Russia" by Mrs, C. L. Bird, and the second. "Through the First World War" by Mr. C. L. ' Bird. On April llth. llw last inert- j Ing of the year, the theme will IK\ 'International Relations Today" by Mrs. W. B. Hurkelt. Everyone who Is Interested in (his department Is welcome lo attend these meetings. Attends llcilsiiic ivf Jlollicr. Mrs. W. M. Wallace. Who was removed (o the Methodist hospital In Memphis on Satuiduy foi n major operation, and whose cwi- ritlion btlll remains serious, is being attended by her husband, Mi-. W. M. Wallace, her daughter. Mis, < C I Ed Williams of Armovcl, and W. M. Wallace Jr.. of Vina. his wife and three children. The Rev. C. Norman Gntco Mrs. Guicc left Monday fov clicz, Miss., where they will s In Naval Service Among the newest recruits ol the United States Navy is Edgar Mal- vcrn Wetb. ot Dycss. who Ins gone to Nashville, Trim., after ha'vhy enlisted in, Memphis. It is not known where he will be sent. ... Read Courier News want ads Mary J,1nc Walsh, n beauty in her own right, ouernlcs Vhc n,?r- m.incnt wave machine as Dudley M. Dclancy Rets in shape lor She annual Miami Ueath lifeguard bathing bc:iuty contest. Important for Women A weak, run-down condition often Rives a foothold lo ri>>mriiorr>ica, causing much ncii- cdical distress from hcadiu'hox, nervousness, cramp-like pain for women. CARDUI so often helps in such cases, for it sharpens npp?.- tilc, boosls flow ol Raslric Juices; to improves digestion, helps bullet physical resistance! CAHDUI, taken a lew days before and during "the ,tlmc,'.' is another way to help periodic distress. 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