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PAGE TWO Sausage Suzettes Revive Ov li Bride Elect Social Calendar Taylor, of Dell nnd Luxora, \vas Bits of News Mostly Personals I'ork sausage links wrapped in wheat cakes. Br. nrid Mrs. P. L. Husbands' and son, J. n., who uttends Arkansas Young of Hnttiesburg, Miss., will BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS RVENTS American Assocwuuu m o ..... slty Women meeting 12:30 o'clock »t Hotel Noble. Attend Missionary Meeting Twelve members of the Woman's •Foreign Missionary socelty. First Church of tlic Naznrime, attended the meeting of the group Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Edgar Fisher on Franklin street, Mrs. Dixie Kicks gave Die devotional from the 19th chapter of Luke. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Dan Roberts. Sandwiches nnd coffee were served during the social hour which followed. Allene Rylec Will Wed Gaston Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rylee. of Dell, announce, the engagement of their daughter, Allene. to Gaston Taylor, of Luxora and Dell, son of Mr. and Mrs. R, D. Taylor, of Deli. The ceremony will be solemnized Saturday night nt eight o'clock at Luxora by the -Rev. Harris, pastor of- the Assembly of God church. Miss Rylee was graduated from the Dell high school in 1939. Mr, Taylor Is connected with Fish Dealers near Luxora. Fifteen members of the Yoiing Woman's Missionary society of the Hrst Church of the Nnzflrenc met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Virginia Mayo for a business session and social hour. Miss .Dorothy Rylcc opened the meeting with prayer utter which jilrs. L. Q. Tyrone gave the devotional from the 25th chapter of Matthew. ' Alter the business session wns closed, the group was served a salnd course with Iced tea. Mrs. Mildred Mayo dismissed with prayer. ITHERSVIILE HIGMTED School One of Leading Schools In Slate Ciass B Division FRIDAY, iMAY 3, 1940 of the annual scholnstlc Mustc CARUTHKHavIliLE, Mo., May —Receiving one ranking of "one double plus", one of "one plus' seven of "one", two of "two", nnd one ranking of "three", Caruthers- vlllc high school music students group was one of the two outstanding schools in the Class B division Missouri Intcr- Festlval, held al Columbia. There were 11,551 entries In the 61 contests. in iKklltlon to music honors, "The Tiger Rag", high school publication, received a ranking of "two". The girls' ensemble received the ranking of "one double plus", (lie highest ranking ever given by festival judges. Bobby Stroud received (he next highest ranking, "one plus" for his baritone solo. The , '" " Madrigal group, mixed chorus, The engagement ot Miss Allene gins' glee club, girls' trio and S , C ; °L % "^T 1 , ° flSUm 8lrls ' {1 " nrtet ™clvetl rankings of """' " "" """ "" "one". Members of the girls' cn- chairman of the Ways and Means Committee. Miss Virginia Sncll was taken into,membership. After the business meeting various games were played and refreshments consisting of candy, mils and cold drinks were served. * * t Surprised With Shower Misses Mary Jane Cryslcr and Mildred Tinsley were joint hostesses at a surprise shower given at the Crysler residence Monday night In honor of Mrs. A libra Wrather of Porlagcvlllo, a bride of last month. Three tables ol contract., were in play throughout the evening. High score prize, a utility traveling teg, was won by Mrs. Jack Moore. Ml.ss • Mndelon Rogers won low, velvet coat hangers, and Miss Mary DeRelgn brldgoed and won a double deck of cards. The guest of honor received many lovely gifts. After the. games the hostesses served Ice cream and cnkc. Hostess lo Formtr Club Mrs. John Lane was hostess lo members of her former club from Kcrmett and a few guests nl nit Italian spaghetti supper at her FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia home here. Following the supper, four fables of bridge were in play. Mrs. Met;; Cherry was winner of the high score prize. Mrs. Fred Ford of Ihe second high n:id Mrs. Chas. Redman Jr. brldgocd. Those attending Ihe party from M scmble wei-i: Yvefy'n"Acutr'"pe(;g'y 'Bennett were Mrs. H. C. Cook Jr., Aslier, Aileen Cooperman Julia Mrs - Ro!li ". '' , . Mrs. Loycc Margaret Phelps, Harriett Ann Wll «> n . Mrs. Bryant Rice. Mrs. I Pierce, Jane Crews Reynolds Uoro- ; Guy °- Sm| th. Mrs. Whitmey . Of course, there's a lotta difference in our ages, but she's Enlcrlnln Ciub Mrs. \V. T .Burns and Mrs. BV MRS. (iAVNOR MADDOX leiu-cs, 1 .sprig thyme. 12 miish- Try something different for din- room caps, 3 tomators, cut In net- to surprise the lazy warm qunrtcrs. weather appetite. Sausage suncttes Have meal cut In 1-inch pieces. l certainly be different. And Place In bowl nnd !)iey will be good food nl the same French dressing (o time. To make them, place pork leaves mid thyme have been adrl- Efuisagc links in n trying pan, half cd. Add 1 peeled clove garlic it covered with water and bring to desired. Let meat stand 5 hours or toil. Boll 5 minutes. Pour off wa- ; longer. Preheat t broilcr 5 to 10 ter nnd fry over moderate hent. minutes, Remove 'meat from dress- Turn frequently as Ihqy fry. Cook Ing. Dip mushroom caps nnd minr- cover which Frank Meyers 'entertained members of the Y. M. B. club with a party yesterday afternoon al the Burns home. Mrs. LaGrone Whittle attended her first meeting us n new member of the club. Mrs. Ralph Fnrrar was a guest. A yellow and white color .scheme was used tor the party being especially emphasized In the bouquets of tulips and snowballs. Tne hostesses served a sandwich plate. Prizes in Ihe bunco games went to; M.rs. t paHon Tall who was high, Mrs'.'-'Farrar who was low,''and Mrs. iSarry Fhiklen who received the bunco award. i * * • Flays Cards With Club Mrs. E ,L. Hale plnyed curds with members of the Thursday Bridge club yesterday afternoon when they were entertained (it the home of Mrs. George A. Hamilton. Tulips, irises and other sprlr.g flowers decorated the entertaining rooms. The hostess served n dessert course. Mrs. Ralph Berryman received high score prize and Mrs. J. K. Patterson, (raveling prize. Mrs. Hale was presented a gift. To Lead Program. Mrs. B. A. Lynch will lend Ihe program on the "Economic Status of Women" at the meeting of the American Association of University Women tomorrow at 12:30 o'clock at the Hotel Noble. Also at the meeting, Mrs. James Hill, who attended (he Southwest Division conference of A. A. U. W.. at Topekn, Kons., last week cud, will make a report. Miss Effie Lee Terrell, Miss Win nle Virgil Turner, Mrs. James A. Overholscr ami, Mrs. Hill will be hostesses for the luncheon. Has Club Parly Coral honeysucxv •,•,•,',,•; arr on the dining room table of Mrs. A. O. Little yesterday afternoon when she had Ihe, Thursday Lunch- con club party. Mrs. Floyd A. While. Mrs. Walker H. Baker and Mrs. Elton W. Klrby played cards wllh the members !r, the living room decorated with spring flowers. In the game? which follmved lunch, Mrs. Ross D. Hughes was hl?h and Mrs. White, second hlgli between 12 nnd 14 minutes. Wrnp eacli sausage In n wheat cake. Secure with tooth pick. Serve with innplc syrup. On the same menu have n bowl of mixed salnrl greens with some finely shredded cabbngc ndded. Here's macaroni disli for warm nights. Saves kitchen work and ctin be n menl—a dish. Have a raw vegetable salnd on the menu. icred tomatoes in dressing. Arrange alternate pieces • of lamb, mushrooms, nnd tomatoes on metal skewers. PJnec on broiler rack. Uroll 3 lnchiv> from medium hen I turning occa- To make it, prepare macaroni nnd cheese according to your favorite recipe. Prepare six pork sniisayc links us given above. Place them in bottom of casserole. Then nrrnngc macaroni nnd choose on top. Bake macaroni until clone. Lamb on* skewers nlwnys surprises the family tnlo hefty appetites. It sounds more complicated limn it really Is. Serve with mnsli- ud potatoes and fresh pens, or brocon rice nnd stuflert egg, plant. EN IWOCIIKTTE Cue and onc-hnlf pounds \'i Inch thick Inmb steak (from (he leg), ',! cup French dressing, I bny May Day Queen A l Wilson thy Anne Newsom Elolsc n'owlanrt Tliroiv ". Mrs. Herbert Pick. Mrs. and Barbara Wllks, vocalists ami Bili B y rd ' Mrs - E - *"• R«ssell, Mrs. John PRUI, violin, and Miss Mar-1 m<1 Forri - Mrs - J - H..Kcim. Mrs. jorlc Ashcrafl,, high school music j chBS - R^man Jr., Mrs. Met?. awf'ly mature for seveu."- Instructor, piano accompanist, Carnthersvllle soloists were rated as follows: Bobby Strond, baritone, one plus; Evelyn Acufr, piano, one; Julia Margaret Phelps, also, one; Peggy Asher,.soprano, two; Allecn son of Kennelt were (lie guests Cherry, Mrs. Sam Oraber, Mrs. Thursday evening ol Mr. und Mrs. R. M. Halliburton and Miss Alice cobb McAdams. Mrs. John 1. Kills wns admitted McHancy. attended an Eastern Star meeting in Blytheville Wednesday night honoring the Grand Worthy Matron of Arkansas were: Mcsdnmes Oeor- W. M. V. Itoyal Service Program | the Southeast Missouri Hospital The Royal Service Program nnd i at Cape Glrnrdenu. Monday iis a surgical patient in | gie Arnold. Locknrd, H. soprano, two; Betty business meeting of the W. M. U. I Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl Bioker re- Ky., where Louisville, will attend the filylhcvnij- People Will Attend Several Blythevtilc people arc making plans to go to Little Rortc -May 11 for the wedding of Miss Mary Lasloy, formerly of here, nnd Dr. Paul Hoover, both of Little • Rock, for which plans were recently announced. Miss Kalhryne Denton. of .Memphis, who Is a former Blylhcvlllp girl, is to be 11 bridesmaid in the- Muir Miss Johnnie We.stbroak will be crowned May Dn.v Queen 'Uiis nfter- noon nt five o'clock i;i the May cclcbrBliou of the Wilson school. Various Events, Featured By Pageant On May 10, To Be Held Blytlicvlllc will participate with other cities throughout the country In the observance of Nnllonnl Music Week, May 6-11. Tlie purpose of this annual celebration, according to the locnl chairman. Mrs. II. ,!. Kieindienst, is "to mtikc our community more music conscious, nnd to develop n greater appreciation for the uplifting Influence of good music." " 'day. "Support, Group Activities" Is the Mrs. J. special keynote for Dip 19-10 celebration. All local organizations nnd civic clubs have been asked to de- vole n few minutes of their weekly meetings to R special musical program during Music, Week. Churches were also urged lo emphasize the Importance of music In religious worship. By all means, these I locnl group activities, should re-1 cclvn Ihe support of nil. Not only arc civic groups nvised to support National Music Week, but also the Individual homes. Every home cnn participate by listening to belter lypes of radio programs imd phonograph music; 'oy encouraging the children In the home lo piny some musical lu.xlni- inciit; by'keeping musical lustra-1 nients, especially pianos, In pood' condition; and by familiarizing; all members of Ihe family with really worth-while music, It Is said. One of the lilghllglils in this year's observance will be tin Kentucky Derby." They will be nwny lor the. week end. Everett B. Gee. Byron Morse, nnd John P. Lenti have gone to Little Hock to participate in .the annual Invitation golf tournament of Little Rock country club. Snllie nnd Floyd Ta'te, children of Mr. nnd Mrs. • Floyd Talc, nn- ftenvent tonsilectomic.s today at, Walls hospital. Eugene Blackwell, who lias been attending the University of Aln- Ibnnui nt Tuscalaosa, has returned I home for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Cozinc Blackwell, before going to Seattle where he will play professional footbnll with the Washington Redskins. Mrs. Mary Hatficlcl, of Huffman, who hfis been n patient nt Wr.lls hospital since Feb. 24, will undergo n major operation Monday. Prior to Hint lime, she may receive visitors. . • . ., Mr. and Mrs. John Cnudil of Tulsa. Okla., will spend the week end here with Mr. Caudill's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. G. Cnudlll, nnrt fnmlly. When they return Sunday, they will be accompanied by Miss Rnlli Butt, who will visit them In Tulsa. Mr. nnrt Mrs. C. M. Buck left this morning far Hot Springs Where Mr. Buck will nttcnd n meeting of the stale bar nssoclntiou. They arc expected to return Sun- Leech and Mrs. Hnrry Kirby arc spending today In Memphis. Mnx B. Reid left yesterday nlier- noon lor Hot Springs to attend tlic meeting of the stale bar associn- llon. C. aims. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cummins. Mr. nnri Mrs. Arthur Vance. Mr. find Mrs. Kodnry L. Baristflr, Mis,-, 7,o!i\ Grnfton. E. n. t.vmnn. A midnight supper wns served buffet stylo from n table dero- inlcd witli tulips. Irises and splvcu. Snowballs banked the mantel. Has Aftoriiucm I'arty Mrs. Charles Criguer Jr.. enlcr- taliwd members of tlir Thursday Afternoon club and Cue guests with a party at hrr homo .vcsterrtny. Besides the members, guests were Mrs. Hiigh WhiUitt. Mrs. Ucorgft dilation of :i colorful no pic.s- . ..cum «t.| thp city Auditorium on May ill, by the children of ihc rlcmrnlary tirades from Lunge, Sudbiiry nnrt Central Ward Schools, The locnl Music. .Week Commit lee. r.onslsi- ing of Mrs. Russell Parr. Mrs. J, Mell lirooks Jr., and the chairman, will sponsor n scries of musical piotsnuns to be broadens! dally from the locnl station, beginning Monday through Friday nl it p. ni. Members of the Music nepiirtmeni of Ihe lilytheville Woman's club have already presented » program of violin music, vocal uio. and vocal solo to the children ol Ihc public schools, and will repeat the program lo Ihe high school At The Hospitals Blytheviilc Hospital Mrs. Lester Gibson, Lsnchville ndmilled. rioyd Tnle Jr., city, ndmilled. Stilltc Tnle. city, admitted. Walls Hnspilal Robbie Lucius, Sleclc. admitted Mrs. J. «. Wright. Ucering. admitted. Mrs. L. G. Cook. Steele. nclmllled. Memphis llnptl.sl llospll.il Sam Ilnmrn, Steele, admilled. Hale Jackson, Osccola, ndmiuen. Mrs. O. C. Hnwks. city, admitted. Memphis St. Joscplt's Hospital Mrs. Rhone Logan, Wilson, admitted. Jean Tllmnn, piano, three. j of the Baptist church wns held , turned Monday • from Clearwntcr, In the Class C division Drngca- We(1 "esday afternoon with 21 mem- 1 Fin., where they spent the winter dodo received ratings' of "two" for bers in attendance. i .—...«.girls' Irlo, nnd "three" in girls' glee Mrs - H - H - Bl 'own gave the tie- club. In Class CO division Hoi- votional and was in charge of the ' " received a "two" for' -'iris 1 program entitled, "Youth in club, and "three" for girls' i Changing WorM." She was assisted vocal ensemble. Marjorle Kclley ol j Steele wns ranked "two" in piano, \ B. H. England, W. L. Cantrell. Charles Donoh, Ed Gal- tintl rankings of "three" were given ' tller ' Abe Onlther nnrt Mrs. De :o Jack Griddle .of Holland and'""" t'eggy Anderson of Hnyti in piano, ind Jeanne McCutclicn of Steele in saxophone. : ' Caruthersville Society—Personal Witt. Mrs. Roscoc Pierce presided at the business meeting. time It wns voted to give $50 to which LITTLE ^ JACK ^ ^*—•• CORNER «AT IN HIS *"• has been Invited lo awlst rvt the reception. Miss Denlon will entertain with a breakfast for the bridal party Saturday morning. The ceremony will be solemnized at. four o'clock in the I'ulnski Heights Methodist church, by Dr. Hoover's father, the Rev. John L. Hoover, pastor of the Mc.thoilisl church In Camdcn. spring rallied out In the bonrmcls of tulips, hydrangeas, narcissuses nnd other flowers nnri In tlic salad plate -served alter the games. Mrs. Roscoc Craflon was high scorer among Ihe club members and Mrs. Pfcuffcr. among the guests. , < . t * Is finest Or Club TOAST ^ HE «Al^i "IP I'M XASTY, IT'S 'CAUSE THIS is TAVSTEE High-Low Club Meets : Mrs. James Nickens. cntci'lnincd members of the High-Low Club nt the Top Hat Cale Tuesday aller- h'oon. Mrs. Frank Wilks won high score prize, nn Ivy bowl, and Mrs. Glen naullnn won a luncheon .set for low. Mrs. Bennett Bernard bridgoe.i JUKI won n towel set. After the gnincs Ihc hostess served a salad course and individual strawberry Ice box cukes. * * « Monday Contract Club Mccl-s Mrs. Albert Lawson entertained the Monday Contract Club at her home Ihls week with Miss Swan Nnylor. Mrs. J, A. Hayden and Mrs. Norbcrl Spaldlng as gucsls. Mrs. Hayden won two French handkerchiefs for high guest prize, and Mrs. Iver.son Michle ' received club high, old American Spice sachet. Miss Nnylor received play- Ing cards for bridge prize. A dessert course was served after the evening's play. • • * • Cb«s KIrrls Officers At n meeting of the Laboramus Class of tlic Methodist Church this week held nl the church (he following class officers were elected: President. Mrs. dlcn OnuUon: vice president. Mrs. George Cook: recording secretary. Mrs. Sam Gillette; corresponding- secretary. Mrs. Tom W. Homer: reporter. Mrs. Ol- rard Cnlllhan, ard treasurer. Mrs Everett Rcevo.s Jr. Mr.s. nelbprl tinrpcr was mimed the Southeast Missouri Foundation Caruthersville. Fund. A Bible scat is being estab-' Those from lislied at the Southeast Missouri' State Teachers College nt Cape Clrtirde.au, and Ihc money will be used in connection with this. Following a number of general re- ; ports, the meeting closed. Ace Club Meets Members of the Ace Club mot Wednesday allernoon at Ihe Top Knf Cafe with Mrs. James Nickens as hostess. High score prize, a linen luncheon clolh. was awarded to Mrs. Frank Long Jr., and Mrs. Earl M. Coppage won washcloths nnd handkerchiefs for low. Mrs. Delbert Harper brldgocd and received bnth powder. A salad course and chocolate icebox cake wns served. Miss Kay MJilcr has been confined to her home at the M. Brent residence with tonsilUis since Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Long Jr. and Mrs. Joe Bob Coppage of Braggadocio were Caruthersville visitors Wednesday. Mrs. W. Fisher ol this city attended a bridge luncheon given al the Hotel Noble i:i , Blythcville Wednesday by Mrs. P. L. F.ngler and Mrs. L. L. Hubcncr. Mrs. Kennett Aslier. who submitted to an appendectomy al St. Joseph's Hospital in Memphis Inst week was able to return to her home here Wednesday. Mr. Asher and Mrs. J. A, Hayden brought her home. Mrs, Carl Lengenhager wns a Wednesday visitor in Blylhcville. Mrs. S. H. Edwards and daugh- Icr. Miss l.orcne. visited from Saturday until Monday with their daughter and sister. Mrs. Frank Barnes. ni:d faintly at Kenncll. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Prance inul Mr. and Mrs. Tom Walpole mid ! months. Mrs, Floyd Ncelcy nnd Unuuhtcr, Miss Joy, went to Memphis Monday where Miss Joy entered nurse's (raining at the Baptist Hospital. They were accompanied by Air. and Mrs. J. I). Huffman. Mrs. A. lloldmnn of Memphis arrived In Caruthersville Tue.sriay to visit her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Hill, nud family. Mrs. Ida Lyons ol Steele was a Lonnie Markcy, Eli H. Brown. Margaret Llghlfoot, L. E. Evcnson, W. L. Cantrell. Ninn Blnkemorc, G. C. Bishop, Roscoe Pierce, Clyde Ileii- drickson. J. E. Tipton. Sibyl Mof- fitl. Walker Prince and W. p Robertson. a i l Sign the New Register at the Ritz visitor Carulhersville who FRIDAY 225 Good Reasons Why You Should Attend Matinee or Night JusHor Fun Thf» light, flexible Peasant styled cotton play shoes arc iust the rhing for fun out- of-doors-Washable like all your play clothes. Your choice of colors. 2.1 STYLES $1.98 ZELLHER'S Phono 2"n Across From Hie 1'irst National Bank . JOHN ANN- GARFIELD-SHERIDAN PAT O'BRIEN " BURGESS MEREDITH ju IIUBU until mi • I «">!« woi -Ftit KUI rfctn lv« FJr Irfvl 5'- •—» h*m I* Cn-'*! Tp.1 (•»• If M*h l,V, 11 KM also March of Time. SATURDAY Clarence E. Mulford's WILLIAM BOYD Also Conifity Jt Serial f.'ontiliT-ous chotv Sattlrdnv SUNDAY-MONDAY [HATUKDAV ;> A.iM. TO ) r. M. ONJ.V FREE -3 PAIRS HOSE Absolnlclv Flawless— UAD1KS' (''ir-sl Quality OK TWO I'AIKS J'UHK SM.K CUH'KON YOU PAY ONLY 99c I'OK A I, \, KIVK ARTIC1.KS Thermos bottles nrc not ;i)l piickcd In tlic simr way. nurt. for ttiHt ruteon, milk will not keep in | them for the Kimo lenglh of time. ( ! « «cVe cntevUluM tot irish b Mr and Mrs. .r. W. Jctfrlra. formed the cen- i., Wc al Spring fjowci . .. . . icvplcce of th ny Mr ai'd Mi-b F. B, Joyncr an:! which lunch m ls .-crvcd Mr, and Mrs Meyer . Oraber with Mrs. o .W. McCutclicn «-,.s high a dance at the Woman's club. jand. Mrs. Modlnger, second high Guests were Dr. and Mrs. Hunter scorer In tho games. 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