The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1940 · Page 5
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WEDNKSDAV, MAY' 8, 10*10 Serve Cookies And Fruits And Puddings Taste Belter BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Series Of Events To Be Held Witliin Next Few .Days __ LUXOKA, Ark., May 7.—Superintendent Thomas 1).' Wilkins of | Ijiixora school* announces (Hat I plans for graduation exercises have been completed. On Wednesday evening, May 8, die annual Junior-Senior tranquct will be helrt in the ftomc Economics toflngc with B. O. Wilkins Jr. nct- ine as I on si»in.slcr. Class presidents 'mil Garner, ju i lor. uml Jesse Glenn Totnlin, se- i nior, will appear on the program. Sunday, May 12, the baccalaureate sermon- will be delivered by (lie Rev. Ralph L. Douglas, pastor of the Baptist church, In (he high .school auditorium at 11 o'clock in the morning, The Kev. Douglas will use as the Icxl iii his message, "He grew in iv:rclom and stature and in tavor with God and Man." 'ihu mowing's music- will Ijc a l:H'Iiide, violin solo, "Moonlight. .Sonata" played by T. 0, Wingficld. A Junior-Senior high school chorus under the direction of Mrs. T. L. Stanford will sins two numbers) •T«iisc Be Thine" and ."Love Di- I'ijjf." A boys trio will sing "Others." ... The invocation and benediction will he said by the Rev. n. E. L. Cuultics "ill set U f[ s j m ,,] c fl . uit 1)lll(< ii,, BS BV jMKS. GAYNOK MADDUX .\KA Sei-vice Staff \Vriler For the spring supper, servo »"v 1.1 tintmiuiiK increase in sov MKDALMON SUCAU COOKIES benn produclion and i(s Ihrcrit, to Ihree ;nul two-third cups sifted cottonseed micas. ' " "' "' , ' "cup . . . . c Be:uclcn, pastor of the Methodist Y<"''» »kc the recipe combination.! c-n n B >• ^ " chinch. Cn May !5. the Luxora scliool band, under the direction, of T. C. It may do well for a porch party on Sunday afternoon, too m'l-MiTr.i-: WHIP c u •ntcn, 1 ten; spoons milk. Sift Hour ouce astroons comblna- «.. ir » r m n, KK ,' " "'"""' '' m ,. < ° Com \ c11 townl '<< Increasing llie ' ' < **' "** ""' _ , ... •• otii. iiuui ouce Onc-lialf cup sugar, 1-8 leaspooi, linking powder aiii !,• iiL. 011 ??.,'?"^!' llc juic ?' 3 «B«ln. Cream bu. measure, add y.'lngficld, bandmaster, will go to Aluiilihls to- participate in the Memphis Cotton Carnival festivities i'nd march in the Floral parade. The graduation exercises will take place Thursday night. May l(i, 8 o'clock, i& the high school auditorium. The newer type of com-i r-ViV'h^.""^"''.,".""^ .''""i"'- 1 '.,'" " yiii «- '«»< '-» Ini-'li thick, cut with menccmeiil program will Uc prc-L , ,, °^' clllcct hc! ' 1 ' Mm "e floured 2 1-4 inch scalloped ctit- ' the niember^,,™ "! f-uT'^; 1 ,': "iC" fi .™' "i"*' tcr '. antl s " rll ' kl = wl »> while orcol- tablespocns quick-cooking tapioca, '1 egg yolks, well beaten, 2 egg whiles, I Combine sugar, salt, and pineapple juice and l.ipiocu in saiice- HiU'i. Bring mixture quickly lo nd salt, and sin utter thoroughly, ami sugar jji-adiinlly, creaming well.. Add eggs, one at a lime, ueulins thoroughly aficr each. Add vanilhi. Then add flour, alternately blend. "An Athlete", Virginia Eilis; .. Member of the Minority", Elberl Johnson; "Class Poem", Nola Belt; "Class Prophecy", Dorothy Permcr:- ler; valedictory, "The Test of an Education", i Helen Anders. .., Metials will hi- presented by J. T. Slack, principal; c. B. Wood, president of school board,'will present the diplomas. 'Jhoriis; "God Bless America." Manila Society—Personal Th c Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist church met Friday afternoon at the church for the regular monthly business meeting. Mrs. H. ,\j. Flec;nan, president, preside;! over the meetinff. Mrs. Fred Necdham read the scripture lesson which wa.s followed \vllh prayer by Mrs. VV. J. LsHoy. Different- tdinmlltecs gave reports and the Ireasurei- gave the financial report on the dinner that the local W. M. S. served lo the district meeting here May 2. The society voted to pay $50 on the parsonage. Nest meeting^ will be at the church with the second Ic.sson of the new iiiblc study. Mrs. Albert, Scott and Mrs. Jack Tiplon will be hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mansall were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. lienry Mansnll in Joiiesboro. A niece. Miss Virgin^ Nlckolls, re- Un-ncd wi'ih them to spend the week. MIM Ethel Hamolt. who lins been spending Ihe week with her uncle aut) aunt. Mr. ard Mrs. J. 11. Karcroft for (he past week, returned to her home in Memphis Sunday. Mrs. O. S, Wrcnn. Mrs. Earl Kodgr'rs, Miss Edith Vest, ami Miss Jewell Ru«scll, all of Blylheville were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scott. iMira Ge::e Alnrtin, Mr. and Mr'. Jack Mosbley went lo Bald Knob, Ark., Sunday where they will be employed (or several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Garner of Sikeston, Mo., were the week end guests of Mrs. Garner's parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scott, this week. Mr. anri Mrs, R"^n McCain ami children. James EciwJjnl and Jean- cite, attended a church dcdicaiton in Black Oak Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank I.cRoy ol J'aragoulil, u nd Mr. and Mrs. .Spillman and granddaughter. Sully, were- guesls Sii: day of Mr. and Mrs, VV. J. LcRoy. Mr. and Mrs. John Morriss were in Lost Cnnc community fiur.day. Mrs. Morriss had charge of the musical program for the graduation program of the Lost Cane school. Air. ami Mrs. A. w. Smith ,-md •children. Roxic Riilli and Lois Lavorniic. of Osceola, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Scott Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 6. E. Sntdcr left iin. Do not ovcr- tlior- ccek.) Arid egg yolks „ ..... „,„ - .... ciighly. Beat egg whites until just theme is: Life stiff enough to hold shape. Fold hot tapioca mixture gradually into egg whites. Cool—mixture thickens - scutert-n program by the inemtew; ot the graduating class, dcjiictiii! school activities. The progr a in Begins in 1840." Prelude—B. O. WllkiiVi Jr.; iu- irofluclioji of class presided by T. as'it cools. Serves"T"to~(i' U. Wilkins; iiilroJiiclion of class members, Jesse Glenn Tomlinson; invocation, the Rev. R. E. L. Bsar- den Jr.; salutatory. "Lcarcing for Living," Panline Dukcr Uarron"; "A Home Economics Student" presented .by Mnxine Drittain and Molba Ford; "A Future Farmer", Junior Norrlss; "A Jourr.ahbt", Jesse Glenn Tomlinson; "An Actress', Virginia Gee; "A Musician", Frankic Byrd; ored sugar. Or cut In assorted shapes and decorate with raisins and nuts. Bake in greased baking sheet In hot oven H&O degrees' P.) 0 minutes, or until done. Makes 10 dozen cookies. Cool these cookies bcfoic storing. Sunday for an extended visit with her son, Ira Adams Mrs. Adams in Equality, 111. Before their return ihey will visit other relatives in other parts of Illinois, J. J. Masscy of Hot Springs is in Manila this Ci-omcr leading Ihe similar quiz on the year's program. Plmis were also discussed for serving the Rotary visiting relatives week. Mr. and Mrs. William Edwards i Taken spent Sunday in Memphis. I Mrs Mrs. Robert Killian and children, Dixie Fay ard Bobby June spent Sunday with Robert ~Killi;in ill Memphis. Mr. Killian is in the Baptist hospital there under treat- luncheon on Tucsclaj'. Mrs n A. Cromer and Mrs. c. B. Driver ore the committee in charge of de- ment. They were accompanied there by Mr. and MJS, Sam Killian of Kenneth, Mo. Osceola Society—Personal Presliytcriim Circles iMect. Twenty-three members of the Presbyterian Auxiliary were present ill their two circle meetings Monday afternoon, circle one met with Mrs. L. T. Lawrence with Mrs. W. J. Driver Jr., havin" the devotional. Mrs. R. c. Bryan conducted, a question and answer program based upon the year's Auxiliary program. Circle two of which Mrs. George Doyle is chairman met with Mrs. A. W. Bowcn with twelve members present including Mn> E S Chiles, president. Mrs. Baker Springfield was cle- votioiial leader with Mrs. R. A. CHANGE NOW! 'fake Advantage of This Spring Sp Cc j;i] Here's What (Change (Jreasc in Transmission and lliffcrcnlial ior> Siinimcr (jnule. Kc-l'ack Kronl ,,. $2.75 PHILLSPS MOTOR CO. h & Walnut pj, onc 8 i fl . Ear! Qutrm was taken lo the Hajjtist. licspilal in Memphis late Monday afternoon followitif several clays Illness at iicr home there. A Memphis specialist whs called here for consultation with, her physician earlier in ,ihe clay. Mr. Qiiiiui acccmprinied her to Ihe hospital in ti Travis Funeral Home ambulance. Architect Consults With Church Group The congregation of the First Christian chinch will meet again tonight at 7:30 o'clock at, Ihe chinch lo continue plans for the erection of their new church. F. E. Wicks, of fndianapolis, ind., Christian church extension architect, who met with the group last night-, will again lie with the group for consultation. Read Conner Nuvw \\nnl, aria Annual Convention of Arkansas-Missouri Organization Convenes Soon UTTI,E HOCK, May 7.—The Twenty-Third Aimiinl Convention of the Arkansas-Missouri Dinners' Association will bo held Monday and Tuesday. May 20lh and 21st, nl the Arlington Hotel, Hot Springs, Arkansas. A large attendance Is expected Hits year due to Die many Important matters due lo come up for diEcnsslon. Among the speakers on (he two day program will lio Charles A. llcimell, Senior Mechanical Engineer In charge,of Ihe Government Cotton dinning tab- oratory at Stoncvillc, Mis.*, who will discuss late Improvements In Sin machinery, Mr. nriineCt will lend a discussion of various *at- tcis pertaining lo the ginning ol eolton and t'lmiers are free lo ask ilm questions. Mr. T, II. Gregory, Kxcc'iitlvc Vice President of the Notional Jotlonseed Products Association, will speak on the- cottonseed outlook, giving especial addition lo Die tremendous Increase iii ' .soy Mr. Ed Publicity, Llpscoml), Director ol 'ottoii Council, being done by a "" »tton*W. Happy Ftir War Rivals After 22 Years SAIftT JOHN, N. n. <U1>) _ cross (ho knee-deep muck of the loweil llcl(( In t'ntseliendnqlo HWge li) Belgium, Private A. H, Morrison of the Stilh Baltnlloi- Cnimdlim Expc'dlllomiry Force, iiiv I'llvntc Hcnrik Blermruih, 15711 of the Qormnn nrmy nwuy at each other will nmi'hlne gim mid rifle Thai, was some 22 years Hgo. At the dosliiB exorcises thl; summer In the liny coiiijlry iwhoo M (lien Palls, three miles fion tills city, Trustee-secretary' A. II Morriso PAGE HVl Norwegian Battery In Nazi Hands hnlred There will be livo motion - .-^. „ ..... „(, inu iiiui Hill |ILC- '"tv-Ti ACilUUl tures shown. One, Tiie Seeds of noimcci] tmlny , Piosperlty, deals with cottonseed. giving especial attention U> the diseases affecting the germination school who have been offered con- of planted seed. The other picture '''"^'^ fni ' ""* "«.»'"- — (o bo shown was taken nl the.rec- ent Texas Ginuerx Convention and shows exhibits O f new machinery and other Interesting phases of this large meeting. President Morris Is anxious for flit sinners In Arkansas and Missouri to attend (he Hot Springs Convention and o.viciids an lin-lta- tion for all lo join the Association. Fiiriel-al Rites Held For Roy Alexander Jr. OSCHOLA. Ark., M:»- 1.—Funeral services for Roy Alexander, Jr., IB (lay-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Alexander, were conducted lit, the Bassett Cemctci-y Monday ufler- noon by the ricv, llaroitl B/'Hll- man, pastor of the Osccola J3d]i- tist Church. The baby died at tile home ol his parents early Monday moriiliis. Tile Alexanders, vviio live five miles west of town.- have six other children: Cecil, Grady, Kclton, Lcl- loh, Calvin, and Opal. - ', .'•'. Travis Funeral Home had charge of arrangements. One Hand Injured, Now There Are Two Bcimic Ncal, of Cooler, had one hand injured ycslcraay. Today- lie has two. A cut on his hand necessitated a bandage which caught afire yesterday while he was lighting a cigar. He used tils nnbamla»ed hand lo extinguish' the flames which burned both hands. The burns ar6 serious eiioiigli to confirm tii..- 30-year-o!ti man to niythcvtllc HosplliH bill they nfc not expected lo cause permanent injury except that there will be some scars presented Iltte " golden- BII liieimnn with first )>mo for general proficiency ii Grade 1,-while her father, Hcni'Mc Rk'rmmin, looked proudly on, "This Is oiip of the results of pence Hint, dictator rations would destroy," was nie'riiinnn's comment, litcriiihim Is one of the colony of Dune's who have cleared land In Hie Clleii Fails district. Morrison Is u well known imisl- clim in siiint. John, oiKiihlsl, piiin- 'si- nncl niiislcut director of the liclary Club. liolh °"t of .... „ Innocent of the deeper hieiiiiinir ol Hie Incident-, twinkled her deep blue eyes, siulled aim (icceptod the pn/e. It was n story book. Contracts Are Offered All Regular'Teachers All of the regular touchers In Ine public; sc | 100 i S y.,i c ,^ 0 [ n i y . tnevllle have been reclccted for the 1910-41 school year, It was an- veterans iful n tercl (Drill (he ceremony. The child Tlierc are W teachers In (he schools mid n in u,e tracts for .the coming year ami W. O. MeClui'ktn. superintendent, hud already been mimed again to that position having been reelcct- eil two years ago for' a tluco-ycur term. The controls have not yet been sighed so It Is hot known now whether all of Un; Iciiclicra will re- lurn, Mr. McClurkln sukt lodny. Blytheville Is On Approved School List The IJIythevllie htgii school h'tis ngiiln been -placed on the list ol secondary schools approved by the North Central association of colleges and secondary schools, it wiis announced, here today. This action was taken at the 'ISth Annual meeting of the Association In Chicago, April 1-5, 19-10. Since i02-i, the local school has been on tills, approved list and will continue to keep its place as long as-it meets the iciuihemouls ami regulations of the association. Diitins the first live years In the association, scliobls lira .subject .lo be dropped without warning. After that time, «•' llircc-fourlhs vote ol tlic association'Is necessary to drop the school. Of all Hie airplanes in the United Stale* (excluding the military planes) today, the scheduled airlines own 3,1 per cent. The private 1 flyci owns 54.2 per cent. DANCING EVERY SAT. NIGHT Blue Robin . —————BW««^WiMi Every day was a circus-for a while / be roar of the crowd, .. the thundering hoofs foretold the fall of mighty Rome-all because an empu-e went pleasure-itiad and forgot what made it great. Rome went soft. AH play and no work has always spelled collapse-for a person as well as a nation, isn t a balanced life with a oiir share of work and n fair share of leisure more sensible and satisfying? Then tasks become attractive- and there's still ample time for your hobbies fem.ly arid friends. They help you readjust your perspective... revitalize your good humor... rest your-mind ami body. Good work puts you iri a mood for recreation, and healthful re-creation puts you back in the mood for work. Your moderation puts you in balance and in harmony with progress. * * * A tall, stately glass of Budwciscr ii a standing invitation to make your moments' of relaxation complete—with the companionship Inat Budweiser offers when yoii are alone with your family... arid the hospitality it offers as the Perfect Host to your guests. Kakm i,} the WtrM-Fgrnui Bttr Budweiser MAKE THIS TEST; Drink Budweiser for five days. On the sixth day try to drink a sweet bear. You will Budweiser's flavor thereafter. S-7i «s= ^i^&iK'^m tnpllmi on thin radlophoto from llerlln Ls from acnnnh . Mnics Hint „*-,, a Oennan S h,ti, Mandl,, nndor the fense nmi near •noiiOhclm, Norway. lllylhcvllta Conrlrr News ttlylhcvlllc, Arkiinsas I inn In favor of Dnylliihl anvlnir Time for lilylhevillc ( > 1 am opposed K, Dnj-JlKhl Snvinu 'I'lmc for jjlytliovillo'. ( ) t Murk "x" -opposUc- i-holcr. (Sinned! )eliberates Over Contempt Proceedings WASllINOTOfJ, Mity «. ((Jl>)- 'hc bles committee today Into nn execiillve mccllnn lo determine )f ii .should c )( 0 Michucl J. Quill, 35-.vear-ol(l pi'rslrtent of the c. I. o.'s Trhiupurl Workers Union tor contenipl liiid delliince of the coimnlllcc. Qulit wiis led out of the com- mittee loom by two policemen as he jshmitctl his defiance at Chairman Mnitiii Dies mid other mem- Iwis of tho committee. Ill 1 , dominelnlion of the commit- iff n-> ii 'win mongerinu" group led lo oics' dcinniul (Imt the com- III lice decide nl once ' "uheltier this mnn ounht, to be held bi contempt." • — .—_ j H Is icpoited flinl a shortage of nlillne critiipiiicnt, ma y develop thti uiintnoi If tlie traffic Increase continues. ilio iplio of any one Engliih callicdral, that al Clilcheiter, can bo been fiom th c sea. Accoullng to English Joul one peison In every three In Newfoundland Is receiving relief' Kir by Drug Stores Main ni 2nd — itrimilwuy — liivisHw $1<00 Sire 49c 1'V dish This Wi'ok-Kh<! MOLLE SHAVE CREAM The Perfect Gift! COTY PERFUMES REVLON . t Nail Polish \ EHEiiwbE.'tic COLOGNTES AT<SM 5-GRAIN AiPIRI* TABLETS Remember Mother With Whitman's Candy Beautiful Boxes $1.00 to $3.00 ALMOND Dusting FWders 2Sc to $3 : COLD CREAM 15 C TOBACCOS Vllvet: Raleigh Prtae Albert u ' Half & «a!f HOME NEEDS PRICED LOW! 6Oc ALKA SCLtZER 49' SOc AQUA VELVA 25c 6-01. rli« MOUTH 50c Ora-SaK TOOTH BRUSH Choice of Brittle Larg* Tube LIFEBUOY SHAVE CREAM e • FLIT lOc 15c' Qt. 39c . BHISTIE HAIR BRUSH FOR A AC OfiLI DARBY ALARM CUSICE OF colons WHISK BROOM . 2t c GARMENT BAG SOc Revelatioi P«wder TEK Tooth - Brush 23c SPONGE & CHAMOIS "OH SMMt The Best Ice Cream H.u on a Stick

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