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, PAGE FOUR BlYtHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar FRIS.Vv'S EVENTS Mrs.. H.. E. Barnctt and Mrs. Theodore Logan entertaining Doi- c'as Sunday school class, First Baptist church, 2;30 o'clock si church. Elmwooci Cemetery Association meeting wllli Mrs, Maltie Allen. Literary department, Woman's club, meeting 2:30 o'clock at club. Mrs. J. W, Adams Jr., entertaining -Friday Bridge club. Mrs. M. SllVfrficlrt To Head Ladlci,' Aid Mrs. M. Sllvcrfield. of Osceoia, was elected president of tlio Ladles' Aid of the Temple Israel tit a meeting last night al Ihe home of Mrs. Max Borowsky in Manila, Tlie »c«- president will fill the unexplred lenn of Mrs. M. L SkiUler, who resigned. Mrs. William Borowsky, also of Manila, was co-hostess to the 10 members present. Plans were matle for a benefit movie to be given with the cooperation ol Miss Emma Cox nt Hie Gem Ihenter of Qsccola on Thursday night, Marc!) 21. During the'Social hour, cake and iced drinks'Were served. ; The next meeting will be with Mrs. S. Jieclel Wednesday, Mar. 20. . Chapter N ICtfrls ' And installs Officers ••• Mrs. Rlley B. Jones WHS elected president of Chapter N of tli. .P. K. O. sisterhood at a meeting \vllh Mrs. Fanner England Tuesday night when the insinuation of officers was also conducted. The' following officers were chosen to work wilh Mrs. Jones: Miss Altn Garlingtou. vice president; Mrs. L. E. Old, recording secretary; Mrs, Farmer England, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Charles nose, treasurer; Mrs. W. D. McChirkln, .';.; chaplain; Mrs. Harry Kirby, guard. • ; Mrs. Jones and Mrs. George M. Hinil were named delegates to the stifle convention to be held in Fort Smith April 5 and 0. Alternates arc Hrs. Rose and Mrs. Kirby. "A sandwich plate was served with tea at the conclusion of the business session. * « Play Cards Wllli Club Mr.5. C. W. A/Hick mid Mrs. .M. A. Isaacs played cards wilh members of the Wednesday Bridge club yesterday afternoon when they were entertained nt the home of Mrs \V: H. Minynrd. • Yellow Jonquils anrt tallies carried out the 81. Patrick's motif in (ho decorations for the. bridge liinchcp'n. ..-In the game's which followed • limc.)i,:Mrs v Oames ll. Uell was high and Mrs. Farnsworlh Black, second liijli scorer. /•' /. ' .:" . r » » ••. Rnyal Service Program - <il\'ci) At Circle Meeting •A Royal Service program was . presented, at the meeting of Business Woman's Circle of the First Baptist church Tuesday night at the', home of Dr. Edna Nles. . Mrs. Riissell Baugh, lender of the program on "Steadfast in The Homeland", gave the topic on ".Early Missions in the Homeland". ay time Dress COLDS For quick relief from tiif misery of colds, lake GOG Liquid • TaHtts ,C«usc Ubcoinfort lere's the Spring jsno iiUerpretnlion of .... _, .. silk dress wllli lingerie accents. In heavy black siU: sheer „,„, .,..over ciuilling In fine vein motif, it has a slcnderlning plain front panel and is finished with hand-embroidered white batiste. She was assisted by Mrs. Gcorgln ' wilh a birthday party at his home ^ " ng Conditions In the Homeland"; Miss Minnie Brown who discussed 'Steadfast in the Home Missions"; Miss Ruby Urown whose topic was "It Happened Tills Way." were served with . cakes red ice cream. Favors of candy wins filled with fudge, were given as favors white . - An informal social hour follow- ' 8"" lra were being played. eri Die program. Refreshment.*- were served the 15 members and one visitor,jMiss Beatrice Rose. 'URhlcr Is iViimcil The Leap Vcar daughter born lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshall Hhickarcl nt their-home has been named Marsha Marie. llii.s is the Bluckards' second child. Has Dirllulny Party Albert Hubeurr. son o! Dr. and Mrs. L. [,. Hubener. entertained 15 of his neighborhood friends «us. u. AH ^"T^7"virr~^r~-- : ~ :: " ::: "---—--"'-—"^^i Cl ystal bon Ivnlcrliiin at Hriiljc 1'art.v Mrs. Mnrvlu Nunn and daughle Miss Virginia Nunn. entertained 10 guests at n bridge party nt their home last ntglit. 'Hie Easier hollctay was tlie dominating motif of the parly decorations. Tallies were colorfully ornamented wilh rabbits, while bowls of Easier candies were arranged on the tables. The hostesses served a dessert course wilh coffee. Mrs. C. C. Lungston Sr. received high score prize. a ;„)!,<) iSC( . 11!)t i Miss Virginia Nmin played cards with the members. Easter tallies wcrc used for the bridge games In which Mrs. John Thomas Scniilon « m |,j g j, SCOfe| , and Mrs. Charles Lanjaton ' jr, ficcond high scorer, among the club members, Guest prlne went to Mrs. Luxora Society—Personal MARCH 1, 1940j Salmon Will Roll Into Hunger- Enticing Main Course for Dinner C'rlliffelrt, After Die (dimes, served refreshments, 'he hostess Gleaners Study Group At the last meeting of the Gleaners study group of the Methodist church held recently in ihe home of Mr*. Lem Stiinford, with Mrs. Harry Stanford as co-ho-,tcss, the subject for the evening's program M'J* "I'hc Kingdom of God in Jnpjiil," imclcr the leadership of Mrs, Martha I'olnon. The followin? - ' • |dlmis6lons were given: "Background (.oiurludn W«ck of | of (he Christian Missions In Ja- J'rayer for Alls-signs ! |]:m," Miss fiiie Whlpplc/ "Mts- "Olir, Concerii; Obedient tu s '<"'s '» Japan. 11 Mrs. Oaarlle Tno- Chrlsl's Cammml" wr« Iho sub- " ws : " L1 f° ° f Kaguw:',," Mr*. Rob- jeet of the program presented yes- i erl E - '" Bearden Jr. During the business session Mrs Kandiill W. Nichols was elected reporter of cliiss meetings. As the entertainment feature of Ihc meeliug. a "Washington Word" contest was held, resulting in Mrs. M.irlha Poison and Mrs, Jimmy Slack being prize winner.'!. Refreshments were Washington • > • " ...... !•• v tevday afternoon at the laa mc el- t»X In (i scries of three which Imvr Derm Deiii by t)io Woman's MI<- slonary Union of the First Baptist Hunch lliis .week. Thn unto- has been gl»crvljifj n week of »ray<" for home irilimtous. Mrs. E. H. Wwxh-on, leader of thr program, give several current ovoni topics. She was assisted by Mi* Alvln Huffman who spoke o- "WJien Cln-lst Becomes Real to Christians", Mrs. Harry Frilzlus whose subject W fis "Angollta Finch Peace and nest" and j\f rs . [i. !l Brooks who spoke on "Obctl'lcm phrlsUiins." ing; roll up tinct bake in a very hot oven (450 decrees P.> for 20 minutes. Dough may be divided In half to make two smaller rolls. 1 Serve with egg snucc.- Makes ti' servings. EGG SAUCK f Three tablespoons butter, 2 1»- blespoons flour, l 1-2 cups milk, 1-2 teaspoon salt, pepper, 1 teaspoon chopped parsley, 2 harri- :ooked eggs, chopped or sliced. Melt butter, blend in flour. Add milk gradually, stirring constantly, and cook until thickened. Add sea-) soilings, chopped purstey iind hard- cooked cues, serve with salmon roll. . •_ __^ The titmouse, a'bird, will snatch i hairs from H .man's head and use ', them In nest building. cherry pie, pastry hatchets, and coffee. The March meeting will be will) Miss Ruth Utilloch and Miss Is r n Crabtrec as hostesses. Missionary Society Mis. Graver o. Urivcr was hostess lo members of the Lnxora ll.iptist Mrs. Bvcrell Kcncgcnr nave (h, i Mtelo ™ r - v BOclBt y Tuesday ufter- ..._,,-.... .: '«•"•#"» ga\c ^tiu noon. Eleven members were present i' devotional. Prayers were off/red Mr;. by Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, Theodore Logan and Mrs Mrs. Harry Fr|iniu.<i"a'nii Mrs. Hoy Head snug a duet accompanied by Mrs. w. J. Rodger*. Cinli Has Guests When Mrs. o. c.. Caudill cntcr- tained members of the Town and Country club with a party at her home yesterday afternoon, she also had as her guests Mrs. Edgai Borum. Mrs. Walker 11. Baker and Mrs. John F. Lcntl. Refreshments were .served at Ihc conclusion of the bridge games in which Mrs. Lcntl was high :;corcr i ml Mrs. J. o, Ellis, second hi»h Bits of News Mostly Personal* Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E. Old Ji- Mrs. w. H. Minyard will go ' lo Memphis tomorrow where Mr.' OW will comult a specialist., ' Tlie condition of Mrs. Murray imarl, who is critically ill nt Bly' nnd one new member. Mrs. H. Y. l.iltlcjohn, was added lo the roil. -Mrs. Charlie Evans, president, conducted the devotional, reading John 21:1-14, "The leisure of God." Prayer was said by Mrs -S. J. Smllli. This being ihe monthly business the chairmen of standing committees. Mrs. B. O. Wilkins, counselor of the Junior Girls' Auxiliary, and Mrs. S. J. Smith, Sunbeam ieadsr, submitted - Intercsling reports of Ihc work being clone by the depart men Is. A morning nnd afternoon session j will bc held Friday at the home of [Mrs. s. J, Smith, in observance of ' the annual Home Mission Week I of Prjiyer. Psalm 10:14, "Let Ihe words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight. O Lord, my strength and my redeemer," was repeated in uni- •on for Ihe benediction. Children's Ihiy at Methodise. Church In the annual observance Ihcvlllc hospital, is dny. improvsd t'o- Mrs. C. Mailingcr. second high, bon dish. beautiful new RED CROSS Si • Has Club Party Mrs. Olio Scrape a parly . „„„ ,, i);llly for members of (be ADC lirlcloe club.iind five 8 ,,c,sts al her home yeslerdny afternoon. Mrs. Hii.nh Whil.sitl. ( \[,- s o|n Doyd. Mrs. Rcnkcrl Wctrnkamp, —L. 0 !' 1 Cril ' ripl(i "f Osccoln. and HELP KIDNEYS PASS 3 PINTS A DAY .,ILO*. 1 rc-jiinil ,,r jcatily iw urlinc .111,1 Ininiinc tonicllinn s MintlKine WTOIIJ «ill, your .li M^ H ' i.fi'""' 1 v ," 1 " A ' V '"'" ''"'SSW fnr t* ' '"'• '«."' »i"™»ful!y l.y rmlli,,M f,,r f" k,, «'M(0 fruni s -,,u I As I:Inrl( OiiliiKlinr. lil.uk Valrnl Trim, liluo Trim Trim. As 1'iclurcil Above Black Baby Calf THE FAMILY S»l S W. c. Cales was stricken ill lust night at his home, 500 West Walnut Street.' His illness Iias:''n6'(. 116911 completely "diagnosed.' "<" "?' ,1. Mel! Brooks Jr., of Little liock Is here for a brief visit with his parents. Mr. anil Mrs.",'J. Mcll Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon Smith spent .yesterday in Liltlc nock where Mr. Smith attended lo business. . - r Clarence Vollmcr of Memphis and Blydici'illc Is cxpcclcrt to rc- tvnn Sunclny from Houston, Te.\.. where he has attended to business since Saturday. Miss Uohi C'rafton returned ycs- lerdny from Little Hock H'heift she went Monday. She was accompanied by her mother". Mrs, a. P. Crafton. who remained for a visit with her daughter in Ull|c Rack and two sons in Conway. She plans to bc away for Icn days. Kenneth Nunn, -son of Mr. atK! Mr.s. Harold Nunn. is inuclt ,- m ; proved today after having been ill of mi car infection. Mr. and Mrs. James Hill Jr are vacationing in Mexico. En roiiie to Mexico City, ihey planned to btop nt oilier Southern points. Tlicv arc expected lo be uway for two weeks Mrs. Hob Chiles and son. nobby. are in Ketscr this week wilh Mrs Chiles' mother. Mrs. c. L. Nichols who Is ill al her home there Mrs. W. .). Wundcrlkli win' return today from Memphis where she has been visiting her sisters Mrs. E-Mellc Cookc VulWi ; ,nd Miss Rose Lon Cooke. She went clown yeslrrrtay. 'I'. W. Jclfrics and MIS.S -^,\. A Craflon will spend toiiioinr.v .jn Memphis. Children's Methodist Day at the church last of Luxora Sunday, Townsend Club To Meet Friday Night The Townsrnrt club No <>- l( . v m meet Friday night at 1::io'n'cto'-k al Ihc conn house, it M ;I . ,, n . nounccd today. T. L. I^«-ls. presldri't. i, nrcinti all members to allcnd iind ,[r,itti r Ihc public, to hear the .spM ; ,i n-, s ij bulletin received from \Y;i'<"r"ion D. C.. yesterday. ° ' Pleasant Way ~f'a make your HEADACi » (\ipudiiicnukos simple hratlniif •,„! iirnr.ilgi.i (-r> not only qutcltlv tmi ,,],, antly. H is jrfnllr, soolli'iiii; 1,1 ,{.", nrrvcs, and brings rrl.ivatlmi—a s rn . «t \vcll-lielnff. Capuctlnc Is llqulrt. , 1m i „; Ingrt-dlctils are already dissolved- ,11 ready lo act. Next time fake (anutliC (o relieve headache quickly, Hifircm E , and Pr.EASAXT[,V. lOc, 30c, ami GO ;( drug Horcs. March 3, the pastor, Ihe Rev. R. E. L. BenrdcnJr., brought a message lo the children, using a story- sermon, "Excess Bagga'gc," A children's choir presented special music, under tlie direction of Mr.s: Lem Stanford,- organist.'.:'" * * » Union Service, Held at Osceolu , Tim Young People's League of the Luxora Methodist church went lo the osccoltt Methodist Church last Sunday night., to participate in a union worship service for the young people of the Osceoia church. Miss Bllllc Langslon of Luxora gave the devotional, which was followed by Ihc Rev. Ira Brumley. Conference executive of Young People, us tlie principal speaker for the meeting-. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Billings- Icy wcrc Memphis visitors Saturday. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Nelson Tally, as their weekend guest. Mr. Tnllcy motored (0 Luxora Sunday to spend Ihe day wilh Mr. and Mrs. Billi.-igslcy. They returned to I heir homo in Memphis Sundiy night. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hinson, of Union city, Tenn.. visited their daiighlcr, Mrs. Randall W. Nichols, In Ihe J. 1. Milflin home Sunday afternoon. They were accompanied by their son. Charles Hinson. nnd Mrs. Itinsop. of Reclfopl, Tenn. Miss Maxino Halslcad. teacher in the Lnxora schools, has been absent from her school room the pa.sl two weeks on account of a .severe attack of influenza. Mrs, Less, K-IIO has ticcn operating n general merchandise .slorc in Lnxorn for the- past three years, moved this week to Memphis. The building vacated by Mrs. Less will bc occupied by tile ,\. J. Lindsay cafe. Miss B\II; Whipplr was in Kclser Sunday lo ntlrnti the funeral of Mr.s. Lillian Holt Gates. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hallow had as their g,ic:j| s Sunday their daughter, MISS. Oorgunua Ballcw, and Roy l^ikc, of Memphis. Mrs. R. K. L. Beardcn. Mrs. R. L. Honck. Mrs. u. \y. Butler and Mrs. John Thwcalt attended the meeting Saturday of Die American Association of University Women at the Noble Hotel, Blythcvlllc. Mrs. fins Frn/lcr of West Memphis, a-.is accompanied by Mrs. fitcc| McAliMfi- mid Mr.s. Ralpli Jones when she vlMtcd her mother. Mrs. Walter Lynch last Tuesday. The Rev. Ralph L. Douglas, pastor of Ihe J.nxora Baptist church, will not Mil the pulpit Sunday, March 10. as has been announced. Mrs. s. ,1. Smith. Mrs. Jesse Brown and Mrs. n. O. Wllklns attended ihe recital given l>y Miss Calhcrinc Harwell, Mrs. Donald WcrU and Mr.s. John Kdrington, t of Osccola, Tuesday afternoon. 'I'hc Rev. and Mrs. Robert E. L. licardcn Jr. had ia dinner guests last Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. O, M. Adkins and daughter, Sarah, of Paragon Id. Tender and crisp, salmnii roll wilh egg for l.cnl. BV MRS. GAYNOU MADDOX NEA Service Slaf! Wrllcr You'll go hooli, line and Einker for this tea food dellcac)'. Serve It a bowl of vegetable ialad. For dessert, have fluffy individual lemon meringue piss mid '.'Offee. SALMON f-TLUNC Two tablespoons butler, 1 lable- ipoon chopped onion. 2 tablespoons flour, <!. cup milk. 2 cups linked salmon, cooked or canned, !-•( teaspoon salt, 1-4 teaspoon Woircster- sulrc sauce, pepper. Melt butter, urttl onion anrt cook until soft but not brown, blend in flour. Add milk gradually, stirring constantly, ar;d cook until thickened. SALMON ItOI.L Two cups sifted' flour, ,'i tea- irjoons phosphate baking (wwder. 1-2 teaspoon salt, \-\ cup shortening, i-4 cup milk (nl)uutl. Musicians Entertain j OsceoJa Club Meeting OSCEOLA, Ark.. Mar. 6. — An ( additional event among the series of educational and cultural affairs ; that have been afforded Osceolans ] tills season was the open meeting j of Ihc Progressive Club on Tuesday afternoon when Miss Catherine Harwell and Mrs. D. R. Wcrtz, two of Csceola's gifted mtisictnns, ns- sisted by Mrs, John W. Edrlnglon, rendered a musical program based ' upon the life and work of tnc French composer, Ucbussy. Mrs. Edringtoii. who arranged and led the program, and actpil as narrator added much to the audience's appreciation of the mnnCers by her original verses which served to Interpret, Ihc message and mood of the various compositions. Miss Harwell's numbers were! "Doclor-Gradus ad Parnassum"; ) "Alnid With the Flaxen, Hair 1 '; "The Little Minstrels" and "Claire de Lime". Mrs. \Vert7's selections were somer' what heavier and included "Sub-! merged Cathedral" and "Prelude | in A Minor." i rolled hyacinths, primroses and j Irailing ivy nracic ihu sprms setting in the Mclhooist chap?! for tile affair. Green cjindlea in silver holders stood on each side of n silver bowl of cosmos on the president's table, Jn Ihc brief biisinc.<=s session conducted by Mrs. WcrU before the program. Mrs. II. C. Davidson and Mrs. R. H. Jones were elected delegates lo Ihe biennial convention of Ihe Forrest. City District Federation of Women's Clubs in Helena on March 26-27. Mrs. E. W. Packard, Mrs. o. B. Scgravcs and Mr.s. E. A. Teaforri were named as a nominating committee to report at Ihc next meeting hi April. Mrs. J. C. Scnrlock was clccled lo membership in Ihe club. The .suggestion of St. Patrick Day was carried out in the ire course served by the hostesses. Mrs. Talmadgn Tonsate. Mrs. M. C. Nickol, Mrs. H. F. Oblendorf. Mrs. E. W. Packard. Mrs. D. S. Perkins. Mrs. E. f!. licid. Mrs. W. B. Finn- nigan and Mis.s Aline Word. Gue.sts were Mrs. D. H. Liney, Mrs. Walter Kmanuei of Osccota. and Mrs. B. O. WIlkiiiK. Mrs. ,3. J. emtih and Mrs. Jesse Brown ot Lnxora. fclft tojethcr flour, baking pow- oer and salt; cut In shortening *'ii, n? knlve ' 5 or '" sui y blender. Add milk, stirring until a soft, but not sticky dough is formed. Ptnce dough on floured board, roll out In J-4 inch thickness Into a rectangular simps. Spread with salmo us Read These Important Facts! . 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