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April 2, 1940

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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDN'ESDAY'S EVENTS Dogwood Home Demonstration club sponsoring bingo parly, eight o'clock, at Woman's club. Mrs. Charles Perry entertaining BI-Monthly Luncheon club. ADC Bridge club meeting with Mis. Harold Schnce. Mrs. C. A. Cunniinliani having j Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. C. Mbding'or entertaining Town and Country club, Ladies' Aid, Temple Israel, meeting with Mrs. E. M. Jalfe in Osceola at eight o'clock. Woman's Council, First CJimiinn church, having animal' Men Night program,- 7:30 o'clock, at church. Parent. Teacher association, Sudbury school, meeting three o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. THuitoUAi"s EVENTS Sirs. Richard Akle entertaining Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock, at Joiner. Altar Society, Church of (he Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo parly, eight o'clock, ill Catholic Hall. Mrs. W. T. Obersl enlcrtnining Thursday Rook club. Mrs. Charles Alford having Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. Everett 8. Gee. Double Four Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Ted King. Mrs. H. A. Taylor entertaining •' Delta Contract club. ; Mrs. 0. W. Garrlgan having j Thursday Afternoon club. Thursday Dessert club meeting with Mrs. D. Hammock. FLAPPER FANNY corn. JJM imu if mice, m. r M. etc a. i. m. art. . Ladles' Bible class, First. Methodist church, meeting 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Wyatt Henley. Mrs. H. p. Kelsey Jr!, entertaining Friday Bridge club. Mary Frances Niiim enlerlain- iug B. U. G. club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Mrs. \Vinbuni Honored During; !tcr Visit Here Mrs. H. L, Wuiburn, of Arkadelphia, who returned this morning after having spent several- days with her daughter, Mrs. Fanner England, and Mr. England, was entertained at, several Informal affairs during her visit here. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jonus had members of the family for luncheon Friday in honor of Mrs. Win- bum. That night, she was the ,guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirliy for dinner., at which air. "icirbys mother* Mrs. J. R. Kirby, of Fara- gould, was also an out of town guest. Mr. and Mrs. lEnglannd had a family luncheon Saturday noon, and Sunday they with Mrs. Wtn- bum were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Affllck for lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Toby Long entertained them at dinner last night. . But we're not going downstairs and noise whether it's a man or a mouse." T Mrs. Winburn, who is the dean | Trl «niing Union man's Council at (he church, Tlie supper Is the result of 1111 attendance contest between t»-o groups (if (he Sunday school. Those On (he winning side will be privileged to eat chicken while the losers will be served a beu:i menu. The contest wan n purl of (he pre- Enstcr observance of the cliurch. The program at V:30 o'clock at the Church will follow the supper which begins al 0:30 o'clock a I. the Hull. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowu is leader of the program on "Fellowship." Ucporls On Conference Mrs. Jumes Hill reported mi (lie North Arkansas Conference of Woman's Missionary society of Methodist churches held in Conway March 25 mid 26 in Comvny tis- loie members ol (he local Division lor Christian Service yesterday uitcrnoon at the church. Plans for the May Day breakfast were discussed" during the business srfsibi* presided over bv Mrs. -U, A. Lynch. Mrs. Hill uuyht, the mission study to the members ami one Uiicst, Mrs. Eugcnq W. Potter, ol i/Giiesboro. * -i * Outline April Wnrli. Work for the month ol April was outlined last night by l-ml Carlock, director ol the 'baptist u meeting of the class at his home B a ichrarsal of the junior Other officers chosen were- Mariha Tnyloi-, vice ]>rf.slilcnt; Wanda Li-ali Barlmin, secretary Mm-cellc Humphrey, reporter; Cliris- inic Humphrey, treasurer Sue Pfcuffci. social chairman;. Betty I.ayson, room monitor; Louclla Alley, liillic He Miller, Joyce Kc-cly and Sue Craftnn. group captains + c « Has nusinm Session Woman's Missionary Union ol Hie First Baptist clinrch met /or n Bits of News Mostly Penooali Iliilcn IS. Williums, n sludent al He-ilrix college at (Jonway. is spending his spring vacation here witn Ins parents, the KJV aim Mrs. E. n. Williams. The Williams family also has as its sucsl, Minn viiBinla nice oi Norln Lnlie Hod;, iviio aJ«; attends me college. Mrs, Vcrnoii ThOHinsson of C'cn- lliilia, 111,, will return lo her home today after having visited her par- cms, Mr. and Mr.s. I, liiilcspie. &n route home sht- will stop at Hikes- ion (o spend the nfgiu wilh Mr and Mrs. C, II, King. Judge G. E. Keck and his court xlcnograplier. Mrs. Bnford Murray, havB returned from Corning where I the civil division of circuit court i convened yesterday. rjr. S. I'. Martin mid .son, sterling Muntii, ami joe IJuclit-lncr of Columbia, Mo., were among the 75,000 |;cople wlio intended trie annual mine day celebration In Columbia, T'enn.. yesterday. En route home, they went lo Wilson and i i'ickvdek dams and Bhlloh National j Park. The Rev, J3r. and Mrs. Eugene w. Potter, ol Jonesboro, are the Infineon guests oi me Uev. ana Mrs, E. 13. Williams, and family today. Mrs. Hugh Craig, who underwent a major operation the middle of February, has gone to Miami, Fla., to convalesce ul the home of her sister, Mrs. u. II. Daniels. She wi.l probably \K away for Iwo months. Mrs. E. o. Betalcr Is spending ten days In tsonton, Ky., with her sister. Mrs. Nunley Wade, and family. Lrvine. Friend attended to business in Memphis yesterday. Miss Belly Ebcrcll, wlio attends Hcmlrix college \\.(. Coiiway. spending her spring vacation Mr. and here Mrs with her parenls, Ous Eto-clt. Mrs. Norman Hunch is able lio out after having be™ ill of - ~../".™ w<u«;u iiii.'t- lor n ' malaria for a week business session yesterday afternoon | Sam H, Williams attended the t To Give Dance For Basketball Players J, I'. Holland, sponsor of the JfuWwrd Hardware basketball team, will give 11 basketball dunce at Hie American Legion lint at it JO o'clock Wednesday night for lir basketball players of Ihe Missis slppi County Amateur Hasltcl TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 19-10 Skillet BisCLlltS With Maple Sugar Is Rare Treat Each boy and girl player vlied and may bring a au l>:i.s been aimoimccd. dis- At The Hospitals Hlylhovlllc Hospital Charlie Uean Molt, llayti, Mrmnliis .Methodist Un.siiil-.il U. W, Goodrich, Steele, admitted. Memphis ]i,i,jilst fios|ilf-jl Mrs. ferry C'oopermun, (Jarulli ersi'illo, admitted. Mi.s. J. l,. Terrell, city, admitted Mrs. George Goble, Osceola, admitted. Mrs. Ifollis I.owrie, Dell, admitted. Mind Your Manners if preferred cut into biscuits am i (il Into pan, brush win, mellell butter and sprinkle with sl.aved maple SU g H1 .. , tokc ,„ a lm c <4»0 degrees P.) 15 m , n , ltes or until done. Serves six to ci=hl If maple sugar is not available ' Sldllel biscuits with maple sugar By JIUS. GAVNOIt MADDUX HEA Sorvicc stair Writo/ ow -f ns hiotiwl skillet biscuits will spring breakfast. ngniiisl the authoritative answers '• .. • j n • n,i nvjvii v^tiiu *i, vv n till JUS R Hi me ehurcli. Ur. Edna Mies was opening of the Helena CtlUl'JIC Of Ihp H/"lr«1 \f,i\wi\ , ]]„>,). i., ii^i . _ . _, , in charge oi Ihc devotional. Miss Evelyn Smart played n piano i solo following the devotional 0:1 the subject. "Living f or Jesus and For Dr. Nlcs also offered al a meeting of xii.uuiit, wjiu is me ocan | — ° vjiuun, cu a muciiiiy o of women at Ouachila college, mis \ nvc departments nl the First Bnp a guest at the meeting of the study I list church, group of the American Association of University Women at the home of Mrs. L. E. Old last, night. Mr. and Jlrs. Webb to Entertain for Guests Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Webb will have an informal "drop in" Wednesday night in compliment lo Mr. Webb's daughter. Mrs. W. O. Scrnn- tom, and Air. Scrantom of Evnns- toh, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Scrantom and son, Billy Jr., came yesterday to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Webb until Thursday. Mrs. Scrantom is the former Miss Louise Webb of this city and later of Memphis where she and Mr. Scranlom were married. Conclude Study Of Contemporary I'octs Study ol contemporary pocls »u;l their works conducted by Mrs. Farmer England for members ol the American Association of University Women study group WHS concluded last night at a mcctlnr at the home of Mrs. L. E. Old. Fourteen members including one eiiesl. Mrs. H. L. Winburn. of Aik- adelphia, house suest of Mr ami Mrs. Farmer England, were present for the final session. Mira Margaret Shaver was i-wsl reader. After she had read several ,„„„„ poems, Mrs. England continued her! fdlowcrt - Miss Luna B. Wilhelm gave the devotional after which the 15 unions went lo their various dc- parliiienUs to study Ihc particular work of their group. I I'lan flake Sale. I Plan.s lor n bake sale to be held Saturday. April 13. were made last "ielil at n lueetini; of Ihe floyal' Neighbors at Ihe home of Mr.s Hairy Ogle. f'rocccds from the sale will In: used to send representatives lo a meeting in Liltle Rock April i'HIi nl which (ho Nalional Supreme He- ccrdcr will be present. Place al which the bake sale will be announced later. It is expected that lour or live members will make UK- trip from here. Others". prnyer. The program was concluded with a solo, "lie Lifled Me", bv Miss , Wynetle Shepherd, mid prayer by ! Mrs. il, II. Brooks. Miss Shepherd I was^ accompanied by Mrs. Alton group with prayer at, the conclusion of Ihc business session presided over by Mrs. w. J. Jiudgers. Discuss Month's Work Members of the Brooks Junior Girl's Auxiliary of the n rst B ap- llst. church discussed (heir ;lin>ctcd work for the momli ,it „ m cettii« yesterday afternoon al the clnircli' A soii a followed the roll call The personal service report iva.s given Mrs. w. J. Rodgcrs acled in Hie absence ol Mrs. J. J. Ewlng lender flic dismissed Ihe group with prayer. If you arc silling next to Die ai.sle on a bus or street car imii another passenger wants lo sil bi- sidt you, should you Jet him .s!<>i> in front of you lo Ihe place by (lie window or slide over and lei him huve Ihc place by (he nislcV •i Tf yon are a woman and u slranser holds a door open lu ryou .should you thank him? •1. If you arc a man getting on an apartment elevator wilh 'your wife and three arc no oilier pus-; senders, is il necessary' lo lake oil i your hat? • j •1. Is H necessary lo say "Th.-ink you" when you accept a cigaret from another JKTKOII'S pack? \ B. What might you fay when ;t pcison says "I'm so yluii to have met you"? What would you do if— You arc a yoimg woman and you have been Introduced to a youn« mnn. When you leave would you <n) Tell him you are glad to I have mta him? I <b) Tell him goodby :incl let] him say thai he is glad to' to hiivL> met you? Answers I. Slide over. Uon't make Ihe; person climb over your feet. ! 'i. Yes. And don't look as though! you think he is trying lo start a • Representatives of Baplisl Train^- .flirtation. ' I tug Unions-of the First und Second;! 3. Yes. . . Bnptlst churches of lilylhcville, I -1. Yes. i Black Water, New Liberty, jjell 5. "Tliauk yon." Or "Tlmnk you.' I Batik in Helena yesterday. National Baptist Union Groups Hold Dell Meeting, meats Ihnt hnvc rich gravy FHiui) coKN C;AKKS (Makes Eiulit) 'f'wo cups cornmeal, -1 teaspoons baking powder, 1-2 leaspuon sail, 1-4 teaspoon sugar, 2 1-! cups boiling water caboiid. Combine and mix cornmeal. baking powder, and salt and sugar. Add enough boiling water to make mixture stiff enough to form into 1 inch liigli eafecs. Fry in skillet in hot fat 1-3 inch deep. When brown on one side, turn and cook- until golden brown on other. Serve hot SK1M.12T BISCUIT Old-fashioned skiilet biscuits with this season's maple sugar on top- how's thai for a spring temptation? Two cups silted Hour. 1-2 lea- spoon sail. 4 teaspoons phosphate baking powder, 'i tablespoons shoitenhia, 3--1 to 1 cup milk, 1 flip soft nut pic sugar, 2 table- B!NGO~PARTY Wednesday 8 p. m. at Blylbevillc Woman's Club Benefit Dogwood Demonstration Club spoons butler, inched, shaved maple sugar. Hour, salt and phosphate baking pomler together. Cut i: shortening. Mix in Ihe milk gradually, adding enough lo make a dough which can be handled easily. Urcak up the soft maple sugar and add to the dough, cut- ling il or working it in. Grense a frying pan, 'The Thirteenth Day" Will Be Presented The junior class play. "The Thirteenth Bay," enters its dual period of rehearsal today prior to Its presentation Thursday night at 7:45 o'clock at Hie high school auditorium. Mrs. Charles O, Morehead is directing i he play, a mystery in three acts which takes place in a deserted country home known as "Mountain View." An assortment of different, type of characters move against this eerie background. Max GUI is the unscrupulous lawyer; Betty Dodson. a society matron. | s (he mother of Vcva Goodrich, and the employer of Mary Frances Fields, a maid; Betty Isaacs portrays the ex-housekeeper at Mountain "view; Don Wilhelm is a stranger who travels with his sister, Mary Helen Moore, and a chauffeur, Bill Morse; llmitcr Hall interprets the unexpected guest. , rolled-out biscuit dough into it, Vines Comprise Legacy 'Hie children of Bcrsho Janitch of Yugoslavia were beti'.iealhcd 104 clay pipes, 80 pipe s?cins, 20 pipe lids. 1C lighters', 15 tobacco pouches, 15 longs for lifting coal from (lie fire for pipe lighting, and 14 pounds of tobacco. Pleasant Way ~to make your HEADACHE • Capudine rushes simple headache arid neuralgia go not only quickly bid pleasantly. H is gentle, soothing to the nerves, anil brings relaxation—a sense of wcll-Leius. Capiidlnc is liquid, and its Insrcdicnls .ire already dissolved—all ready lo act. Next lime lake Capudine to relieve headache quickly, thoroughly, Aha PLEASANTLY. ICe, Me, and (,'flc at drug stores. and Manila atleuded the county iiifeiing at Dell Monday night when the Dell Broil)) presented Ihc pro- 1 ' : gr'nin. 1 hope I'll .sec you again soon. Best "What Would You Do" so-i lution—(b). Auxiliary Oigaiiizdl Vcstcrday. Mrs. W. D. Keith was i-leclrrt president or the Uidlos' Auxiliary of the Toiviispnd club. No. One, which was orjanixod yesterday i\l- iei noun at u meeting ;\t Ihc home of Mrs. Harry Ogle. Otlur officers i-liossn were: Mrs. Ojrlr. vice jircsidenl ; Mrs. C. G. .ShPP.rrr, .secretary ;tnd trcnsurfi; Mvs. T. w. Oolorlh. publinly ' review of die later uocls. climaxim- her reading with the poems ol Eona St. Vincent Millay. * * * Supper To Precede Men's Night 1'rogr.ii'n "Chicken and bean" simper (or the Sunday school of the First Christian church will precede the annual Men's Night program to be given Wednesday, nigbi by tlie Wo-1 .sncial h^tcss. hour by . Mrs. Krilh and Mrs. tilkn Osbnrnc. served rofrrshmciils. The nexl mceth:? will be- Monday, April I ft at Mrs. Clulovlh's lir.nic. 215 West cherry .street. Cbss tin-Is OfTicrrs iTimmy Lowe uns riecicd president o: the WiHiiis Workers Sunday school class «i the First cVtris- iau church yr.slerdiiy ,'Jleriionn at NEW SHOB AI>PBARANCB ;I \VITH OLD All Work StricHy «UA«ANTK1J1) . (Shoe HEIJUILUING ()[• PISTINCTfOX) POTTER'S QOALSTY SSiSE "Work Dnne Ihc Factory \Vay" ALL REBUILT SHOES SHINHI) FRKB Full and 1NVJSUJLK SOLKS :Ca1 ' 12 °. Free 1'ick-uj) and Delivery l.ni'Al (.irouj) lo AtU'nil Convrntimi •Seven members nl the llKill chapters of the V. r<;, O. .sisterhood me making plans to attend ihc slate convention (o be held '•• Mrs. Harbin Gill announced tVjc program wljich was opened with^' song by Ihe choir leil by Ihc ru4, !'. H. Jernigan, pastor 'of Manila Baptist church and countv U. T. U. director. Miss Nina Johnson, of Dell, led a Bible fiui/ in which Allen Harden, ol Dell, was high score man wilh a 100 per cent record. Miss' Dorothy Gill plnyed a plnno solo, Ulen Ray Morga.i, of Dell, sitm; i a solo accompanied by Miss Chris. linn Doyle, This was 'followed with I n busiuc.ss session conducted by tip Hev. Mr. Jernigaii. Curtis Downs, Mrs. M. W. Lewis and Mrs. Harbin local (Gill discussed the subject, "What B. T. U. Has Meant (« Me." The Rev. lioyd Eldrcdgc. pastor ol Ihc Second Baptist church, was Hock the latter pa, „ ,| ' \ , » ™"" Ui " lllst clulrc "' Wlls 11.111. oi im.s asjtod to ca , nln ,, nl otl U]e rrpnlt Mrs. R. p. Kirshncr. a nieniber of the slate board. Mrs. Marion Wilhmns. pTsldrnl of Chapter D. A. Unch. past slate president. MI*. William Lavvsho. del,., sate and Mrs. n. IT. llouehins plan to attend from Chapter u. Mrs. liiicy li, j,ws. prc.si:leiil. • uf Chaploi- N. 1UK | Ml;> H . |r| . v ! Klrby. delegate, will attend r that chapter. The local delegation plans leave 'lliuisday niflrnin!; :' mpinbers arc expected lo n ^,1(111 day ni^ht wiih,- oiiiei-.s rcm.iin over until Hiiiuliiy. (H-iuiiiny has iiuhiie which permit an ppr-muir strokes on insortlmi of a ™ii special attachment. I'oniplelf Lint- of read by Miss secretary. The next Hireling Clara Uellc Klnton. will be al April a;. FEMALE PAIN Women wlio suffer pninful. irrcqu- Inr ncrJcxts with nervous, moody spells duo to functloiinl cause sliaultl rind Lytftn K. Pliifclium's Vc-yptfllilc t:o]iipound simply mar- rclvHf to rctff-i'c sucli dtstrcs 1 ; Plnxiinur.t compound i.s iniido rsjirclnJ/.iy ID ))rjp u-tMk, tfrcd \vo:u- tn to ED smiluiG tlirtl dinicult days. Ovrr 1.000,001} women liuvo reporlrtj iimuzlng bL'llcllta. WELL WOUTll TRVIN'G! EXl'KRT I1K.U1TV WORK CALL 106 Avp J^ nml Margaret's _JBEAUTY SHOP UKIHJCG SBNS1HLY Swedish ill.issage, Va|i. Balds Mrs. Kutb tjiwhon AFTER- EASTER ITT'S CUE A RANGE ALVMIN! Sold ICxclnsivuly lilyllu'iiile !„• ire Practical! Convenient! Unbreakable! Mndc nf HoHj Vncuum 5-1N-I ^xJ^Tr V-T->J ^ - , : -^ T : ; t<a.S-l49 'Tf^i X.'-!r j " tci d, isial a J OT Si 79 Comb, sauce jvm, pud- SPICHI i cli "S fan. double Iwilcr, (i[j.i!.I5 casserole,cov.siuicepan. loose bottom makes \\ cosy to remove cake. MIKRO RING MOLD Sftcw SrECIll $*J59Stf 2, 3. .(..it. Strainer lid M«'i.SUS for .Lcit. ,K>1 locks on. . pants ON AU siiis. u/, to u on. ' M1RRO 1 EGG POACHER S 1°° R tl . S1! Poaches three CRRS ill n linic. Pan has quarts capacily. _ S«CIH~ OF ALL, ing Coats and Suits OFF T w Also o •lust THINK: One of mir In-jinlil'u] m.'vv Ijiilom) two piece suits in ;ill Llio new shades at '/i <>'V Hie oi-igiititl price. 'I'liis sttle includes all ol' our new Ihreo piui-u suits ;ts well ;is all suits with coats ami dresses to imilrli. Nothiin; reserved, all oll'ercd to yon I'"' \'i (iff (he original price. IH!V NOW AiND SAVE! (Groups of DRESSES at Reduced Prices iiH-liiiloil ill this ,s;i)t> is OIK P of early spi-injr dresses, nil colors ami styles, values n'p to 'fi. Sale price A collection of lieaiitiful di'esscs, values tip lo .•J22.50 in the very lie.st, of styles olfercd lo you al tlie very low price of 10 9 HATS GROtfl' ONK $1.00 ()l:T <;!? 1B¥ HATS (JHOt!! 1 TWO S2.00 IWmi's New al A Small Charge for Alterations mm

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