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February 26, 1940

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Versatile Pork Is Housewife's Friend, If She Knows How to Cook It Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Maple Grove Cemetery association meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Salllc Kublcr. Mrs. Rflcy B. Jones entertaining Tuesday club. City Contract club meeting with Mrs. George D. Pollack. •Mrs. John P. neinnilllcr having Tuesday Contract club. Mrs. Hunter C, Sims enterlnm- ing Tuesday Bridge club. Tuesday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Harmon Taylor. Miss Patty Shane having Double Q club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, Clmrics Rose entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Chapter D, p. E. O. sisterhood, meeting 2130 o'clock with Mrs W. C. Gates. Indies' Aid, Temple Israel, meeting with Mrs. A. Nickol, of OECC- • ok, at .eight o'clock. Delta'Delta Delta Sorority having party for Miss Thelma Wortli- ington at home of Miss Jo and Miss Virginia Little. Mrs. J. W. Parker cni«i t.iinlnt Town and Country club. Mrs. James Terry having ADC Bridge c)»b fit Unst'lc Inn. THUKSDAY'S KVK.-.TS Order of Eastern Star meeting 7:30 o'clock at Hall. Young People's club, Church of Uie Immaculate Conception, spon- • soring • "lucky . bingo" eight o'clock at Hall. Mrs. M. T. Burr entertaining Double Four club at Rustic Inn. , '.O. M. T. club entertaining will) (lance at American Legion Hut nine o'clock. Mrs. Russell Fan entertaining Delta Contract club. Thursday 'Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr. • Mrs. O. E. Keck having Thursday Contract club. Mrs. Tom Ismdsher entertaining Thursday Dessert club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Airs. J. A. Leech. Mrs. M. T. pun 1 entertaining Double Four' Bridge club, 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. A. Comvnv having Mid- Week Bridge club. KKlOAY'3 EVENTS Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptisi church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. W. J. Roflgers. Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt entertaining Friday Bridge club. SATUKUAY'3 EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30"o'clock at Hotel Noble. FLAPPER FANNY - COPR. l«o Dr UH SCRVICC, IKC. 't.M. «tt V. S. r«. Off. By Sylvia Miss Helen .Moore Is Bride cf Joliti Kdirards Miss Helen Kathleen Kjiore, daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. John Moore, became the bride of John William Edwards, son of Mr. imd Airs. Eniinette Edwards of Roodhouse, 111., Saturday afternoon at Jonesboro.. The ceremony was read at one o'clock by the Hcv. L. L. 31i<tptnw, pastor of lha Jonesboro Baptisi church at his home. The bride wore a powder blue ensemble with dusty pink accessories. Her corsage, was of pink rose buds and valley lilies. Miss Mary Ann Naders, cousin of the bride, was the bride's only attendant. Miss Nabers, who is a student at Arkansas Stale college at Jonesboro, joined the grout there. She wore n black suit with Pink accessories and a. corsn°c ol pink roses. Melvin Halsell was .Mr. Edwards- best man. After the ceremony, the couple lelt on H brief honeymoon to be spent in St. Louis an;! other. points of Illinois. Upon their return in several days, they will be m home m the Simon apartments on Main -street. * * # Daughter Bom A daughter wa , bonl to Mr , ||lri "Irs. John Home Saturday morning at (he family home on Clark •street. The baby, who wei°her< seven pounds, has been named Rosemary. Mrs. Housc w(ls ' ™™ nwrly Miss Jewell Boswell ed In Memphis Miss Gwendolyn Fisher, form.-rlv , \rr T ! ° y - son ot "''• "'« Mrs. T. p. Murley of Bolli-ar. Te-ui were married at right o'clock Sit in-day night at . llu , Uc , TO r( , si: j c .„ ihc .-,h f tl'o vi!l<- ;h r w ,i, t . venue v re Bits of News . Mostly Personal* Mr. and Mrs. J. D. 'Smith S p en i thc weekend In CardiveU with Mr i i Hmlth's mother, Mrs. Etta Smith, t ! Mrs, Virginia Rogers and Mrs i Fred Smith, of Memphis, attended lo business here over 'the week i end. Mri. J. M. Vivian, who 1ms been quite . ill, ts much improved and is now able to alt up. Mrs. P. U Bugler left this morning for Brenham, Tex;, where the will visit hcr mother, Mrs. w F. Brown. During thc several clayi, she is away, she will also visit relatives In other points of Texas. Mrs. j. L. Williams is III in the Blj'thovllle hospital. Hcr sister, Miss Marie WaUlen of "Mac! I don't-believe you're even trying!" Hospllal Kchol of Nursing in 1030. She has been associated with ihc John Onston Hospital staff. Mr. Mmloy is 'n salesman will) thc Dteli) Culvert and Pipe Company. Daughter limn Mr. and Mrs. James Crooks arc the parents of a daughter born yesterday morning at thc Walls hospital. The baby, who weighed eight pounds and three ounces, has cei'ii named Carol Ann. Surprise Party tiivcn Mr. D.irlicin George W. Barimm, who yester- 1ay celebrated hir, birthday, was liven a surprise party at his home n the Inte afternoon. Thc coffee was arranged by Mrs 3nrham assisted by their .inugh- .er. Mrs. C. A. Taut. The thirty guests who "dropjied n" lo wish Mr. Bnrhant many '.wore happy birth-Jays wore uicm- -ers 6t the bourd of the First -lir/sdan church of which Mr. Durham Is elmlrmtm, and their families. Mrs, O, J. DeWootly. of iittle Rock, hoi'scguest of Mr. and .vlrs. Russell Barhnm, was an out, "' town guest. Sandwiches and cakes with cof- -ee were served the group. 'HUgiUer Horn A daughter was liorn to Mr and Mr*, rrank Olisson Ihls morning th.e Walls hospital. Thc baby •vho weighed six pounds lm beJn mimed Gall l'a g e. Mrs. Glis son is Ihc former Miss Grace McFurlaiul. Mlt. Kngler Nainril I'o Auxiliary Onirr Announcement hns been made or he appointment of Mrs p TJ Knglor to the otllce of custodian of -ooks for tin; Woman's Auxiliary -'f Ihc St. Stephen's Episcopal Jhiirch. In connection with her position Irs. Englcr has asked that nil •ncmfcors bring magazines to her louse to tie distributed to children. ..nils and negro .schools before (he 'I meeting on March 4. * » * III Club Members llciid llrulgc Parly All the members ol the Wcdnes- ia.v Bridge club nteuded the pavtv iiven Saturday atteruoon by Mrs. E. Old. Spring flowers decorated the llv- ig room where small tables were uranged for lunch and bridge Mrs. W. J. Pollard received li^l missed. Walls Hosullal Mrs. U. W. Moore, city, admitted to Mr. and roasting pan without water (The ham goes rind side up, and the loin goes fat side up.) Pork fa usually rousted at a con- slant moderate temperature, vvith- MONDAY, JKEHHUAHY 2G, 1SMU then cover HID pan and finish by taking them in a moderate oven miss mane waltlen of Memphis, \\ J ^^'^^^m^<^Wf'VK^mi s m><yy^ : --i: spent the week end here with hcri "'" •^-^-^^im^s^ss •;.;•; and her parents, Mr, and Mrs.j™" : '" evel ' popular form-crisp broiled bacon ton Walden. an appendectomy in the Memphis! Methodist hospital today. His pa-j rents. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shiblcy Sr.. molorcd him down Friday. Mr. Shlhlcy retumed ycstcrrtny, Mrs. Shibley remained with Paul Grccmvcll, who has been ! " ld 3hrlll k -less. Remove the .rind finite seriously ill nt the Blythc- " cooking. A lionet), stuffed - • shoulder will be more attractive If BV MUS. GAYNOR MADDOX NBA Service Stafl Wrilot IJltlc pigs have tender natures They stand for a lot of roasting bill i n you ' lc Betting a fresh ham, mi. h!%r thc butcher leave thc rind on in order to have It cook more quickly mf i 8reCS K - Wlth tllL ' mole moderate leinperature for larger roasts. These require longer cookhig to get done in the center. I' you wain to sear the roast, P fi 1 '™; )mtll re of 480 degrees r. for 20 to 30 minutes, or until ™,? H 10a t, >s "^ brmv » ™ the outside. Then Quickly reduce the temperature to 300 to 325 degrees P VARIETY IN I'OR'K HUSHES The lenud, of timc tol . roasli •s .tlioiit (he same, whether you scar t Ilrst or not. n-on, 25 to 30 mines per p 0 , ll]( i is thc rllle for fms( _ >»S <t fresh ham, u, K l 30 minutes I0 r0ilSt About 3 .,i , lollrs Ls ve(mil . c( | for " luml's, tnd"fi C i'; r|od lg idea°to turn this cut occasional^ lor eren Boxing. Stuffed sparerlbs arc usually done in l',i Hours For variety in pork dishes, there nL"°r k Ch ° l>s ' stuffcd or Plain- Other favorites are steaks from the pork .shoulder or ham. and fillets from the pork tenderloin. These three cuts are usually browned and then cooked slowly in a covered frying pan on top m order to kill the trichina para- i , " 1e slovc - After browning, 20 site, which is present on rare oc- mlmltc s is usually the- ij mo n (350 to 375 degrees H). if .„,, chops are baked in a little milk or canned mushroom soup, there will be a fine gravy to scrvfr with Ihem. or, you might like to add tomatoes to make a sauce that "'111 give a pleasing change in flavor. , ato ami cheese "PC ohve, Jitead Courier News mint ads I/ATE TO CMSSIFV Wauled to Buy nd hand living room and other household furniture, phone 627W. 28ck-l A Three Days' Cough is Your Danger Signal Creomulslon relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of tho '' trouble to loosen gern laden phlegm, Increase secretion a..d aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous membrane:;. h? ??W e $ 'J°,Y lnil "y medicines you have tried, tell your druggist to sell you a bottie of Creomulsion with the understanding that you are. to like the way it quickly allays the eoii"h or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION forCoughs.ChestCoHs, Bronchitis ville liospitnl, is much improved and has been removed to his home. Mrs. U. W. Moore, who was stricken with n hcurl ailment, hns been placed in nn oxygen tent at thc Walls .hospital. ' Mrs, Martha Carter, of Kennett daughter Snndny Crooks, city, a morning. Mtss Merle Davis, city, admitted. Corn lo Mr. and Mrs. Friink Mrs. James [came'Friday to spend, thc ,..». U1 , , ilwlu iiiuiiuuve ii the .skin is removed before cooking. Far- a lain roast or spare ribs have the butcher crnek ths bones] Good roasts are lender throughout, with a brown crust on the outside and juicy meat Inside. To Olisson. city, » daughter, morning. .Mrs. Hugh Craig, city, dismissed. Enslow Wilson, city, dismissed. Mrs. L. Q. Tyrone and baby, city, dismissed. Mrs. u. c. Blankcnship and baby, city, dismissed. Mcnililifs llnptlsl Hospital Archie Corlcy, Cartithei-svllle admitted. Mrs. b. L. Gates, Keiser. admitted. Mrs. H. W. Mtiy. city, admitted. Leo L. Selimeycr. Leaehvillc admitted. Memphis McU'morc Clinic J. R. McBrlrtc, city, admitted. Memphis Methodist ffnspilal ^^rs. Mutt Moiuighan Jr., city 'ad-' mlllcd. A. G. ShiWcy Jr., city, admitted. Monette Eastern Star Group Invited Here Members of the Monette chapter of the Older of Die Eastern Star have been invited to attend the meeting of ihc local group Tuesday night nt 7 : ;)0 o'clock at the Hall. There will bo degree work at thc meeting, Mrs. J. u. Smith. Worthy Matron, announced. .,_ _____ . T ^ k ' set the roast done lo this "perfect end here with "Mr.'amfivirs' Ws i lllm '" lhc Pct)er!!l Bureau of •LnnedoH. She relurnc<\ yesterday. | ';°j" c __ c .°'. lomlcs "commends Ihor- Mr. und Mrs. -Sam Qriines, of Troy, Tcnn., ruturned v home- ycs- s I lei-clay after having spent a week here with their daughters, Mrs. C. B. Kcltlnger und Mrs. Million) Demonstration Club News Notes and their families, and Mrs. Allen Posey and Mr. Posey in Luxora. Mrs. H. C. Blaiikenship and infant daughter, Dcenyir.Aim, were removed this morning Irom the Walls hospital to the home of Mrs. Blankeushl.i's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. "Eaton .at 713 Chickasawba avenue. Mrs. Ed Williams - returned lo at n lnoflerntc ue sure to. cook pork until (here. is no trace of pink in tlie jti:ea, "Build-UpMor Women Periodic distress, such as headaches, .nervousness, cramp-like pain, nic.y be symptoms of functional djsmciiorrhea due to mnlniitrition, EO often helped by CARDUI. By Increasing appetite,. s 11 m u 1 a ting flow of gastric juices and so as- sisliiit' digestion, it helps build physical resistance to periodic discoin- casions. Wipe pork roast darp cloth, sprinkle with .salt and pen- per. and dust it with flour. Pla'ce on the rack shallow opsn (lUired to lintsh tli c cookin? wlieii he pork is cut one-half inch thick. Jhickcr cuts will rcqulrr- more time. You may prefer lo brown the chops on top of ihe stove and PRESCRIPTIONS .Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores — --..,.. ,-^.v. , u ...vi.. »v.oi-'Ltim_i, iu _jjt;i luillu U1.^LUJJJ~ Meuiphis toclay 'to be with her | fort. It also helps reduce periodic mother, Mrs. W. M. Wallace who is I distress for many who take it a in the Methodist hospital, niter Uew days before nnd durino "Uie having spent last night here. She time." Try CABDUi: Used 50°years | went with Mrs, Charles Perry who - -- ' is to visit her sister. Mrs. J. i'. lIolMnd, and infant'sou, 'j. p. j r ,., at the hospital, Mrs. George Pfeuffer went to Memphis today to he with her father, T. E. Brewer, of Hughes, Ark., who is ill in thc Baptist lias-, pitnl there. Jir. and Mrc. Oliver Coppedge motored hei down. Mr. and Mrs. Enial Tipps and tw-o daughters. Helen and Ethel, of Sikcston. Mo., spent Sunday here with Mr. Tipps' uncle. W.'fej Langdon. nnd Mrs. Langdon. ' '• Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rose have returned from Hot Springs where they spent three weeks. Mrs. Hugh Craig, who recently underwent au appendectomy nt Walls Hospital, was removed Saturday to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hcssie. | Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Rose will 80 to Hot Springs Thursday to spend three weeks. While there, they will attend Ihc races. County Council Meets Members of the Mississippi County Home Demonstration club counml met Saturri.-iv „_. tu c Woman's club for a luncheon and business session. Mrs. Hoberi Downs, who was inner of the parliamentary con- .^sl, was appointed pnrllnnieii(«r- The following dales for radio ---- -,,,... urn.irtr.ists by certain clubs were mm* which loilowcd. ','£, * mn S couple 1503 South Willctt. cmpiK \\oodunv Fisher, brother of bride, and Mrs. Fishev and Wa. mid Francella F,.<l,er. s i ste ,- s of wide, were among the B!ytix ptople who went rtmvn for ccreincny. The Rev. RUSH McDonald, aw ant pastor of the tj U ;<m Baptist church, read tl" b«prc an improvised a ,i, lr palms, ferns a lid tall floor basket or white carnations will, ;v )iitc i toners burning In candelabra i The bride was given itj maniac by her bi other. Virgil Fisher Sjiie wore tt modc] of navy b]uc • Mm * car - shi> l>«< l«x*cl.s and trimmed with white .buttons mid lace. Her accessories xvere navy biur and she wore a shoulder bouquet of orchids. . . Miss Evelyn Lawrence, ol Mem- v»^,? S , hcr malri of ho »°''- P«<" Yarbrough, of Memphis, was best man. Only the immediate families and close friends attended •Mr T' ; M i.'i' !e> '' ^"S'"" Of Hie laic Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fisher, of (his wa f ' erartnated from the city scnool and the Methodist At The Hospitals Blydirvilk Hospital Airs. R. p. Hnnlrtt. Bterli- nillcd. »!« Lena Mae Berry. SU-rJr iiittcd. Mis. 1'. M. Bennett, iiittrri. iis. Delia Brando)). city, -• ••<i'n, l .-'i^ uy tCl 1 announced: Shady Lane, F*b 28•- t.osiiell. March C; Ytirbro, March -- I u. Lone Oak. March 20. :e i The group also voted to have a | f'irm page in the local paper C "di ! Monday. Uiiflng thc.recreation hour. Ihc ["'TO m ihe contest, went to Mrs m-kraii of Shady Lane. Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly Mosrovv hns a Inrgc theater, thc Pnlnce of Silence, for its dent and (lumb inhabitants. Tr>' One of Our Delicious' PIG SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn Across From Hich School .. Ing, soreness, and stumness In Hie nostrils use McntlioJntwn. It gives quick rcllel Irom Ihesc clls- comloru nua pjomottt healing of the Irrltntecl mcmljrnncs hi the noi-lrlls. Its vjtpors nlpo reach (icep into Uie Hit imssascs. lirinijlnc grntcful coralcrt. Aiso rub somii Mrntholntum on your chest nn<I iMck lo Improve the locnl blood circulation. Rnh it on your torcheixl nml tcmiUCo to nllny l)c,idjiche ftiiti netirnlgin clue to cotrts. — PRESCRIPTIONS*— Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Main & First Thonc 141 H. 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