The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 24, 1934
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\ MOB PkLITHJCVILLE, (ABK.) COUEIEE NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2<l, I03'i ! " Social Calendar ' TUESDAY'S EVENT6 Mrs Chester n. Babcock Iiavmg Tuesday Bridge club. Voting Matrons club meeting wllh Mrs ilcy B. Jones, WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS The Music Club will meet at ! p, m. at tlie home of Mrs. Russell Farr. ^ " Bltlo study of Church of Chris meeting with Mrs. E. M. Hurtman, 2:30 P. M> THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mis Byron Morco enlcrlalntn Mlcl-Week Bridge lub. „ . Can't You Just Hear the Wedding Bells? SIU1EN15 STRiKE FOR SHOOTER New Ideas in Table Decoration for Autumn Miss Alberta 'Ross Weds Mr. John .A. Bage. Mi. and Mis. Dan Hoss, o( Yarbro, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Alberta to Mr. John A. Dngc. The ceremony was solemnized Saturday ra the Fiist Baptist church of Char lesion. Mo. The Rev. Allen B Cooper, pastor bt that church, per- Jormed the ring service . .- Tile bride, who h a graduate of the city high school, 1ms been Connected with the Arkansas-Mis TEouri Power company for a nnm -her of years. ^ Mr, Bage, who Is liic son ol \ Mr. and Mrs. S E Bagc of Hoi- comb, Mo., received his later education at SU Louis .University. Hi; has ke3Ji connected with the Ai kansas-Mlssourl Power company foi a number of years, and was ells manager until his resignation ^ short lime ago. riedcnl to Fraternity. Marsh Callawny Jr., sou of the Rev.- and Mrs. Marsh Callaway, has been pledged to. .the Kappa Alpha fraternity at Davidson college, Davidson, N. 0. Ho entered the school freshman a week ago. • • • - ( as a gather nl the Artnorrl P.-T. A. H» Meeting. The Parenl-Teac^r association of the school at Ai morel held. Us first meeting of the year Tlnus- day for a program jn "The Home Start." Mfss Bernlcc Reed, program chairman, wa.s in charge. ,,'Mr. Conaster, Miss Bou Williams.. and Mrs. J. U. Ellis spoke on this subject A pinylct nnrt folk dances weie presented by pii- pils of the second grade. , - In .the business meeting. Mrs. TV E. Tule, president, presented "plans for the ensuing year which were adopted by the executive board. , ' The hostesses, Mrs, Ellis and Mrs. W. , Leonard Smith, served sandwiches, cakes and codec in the social hour. * * + To Have Pie 'Supper. ' The Home Demonstration lub nl Yarbro will have a pic •FrlCay night' : for the benefit o die canning kitchen, $41 bein "owed on this project. / A cake will be given for tli prettiest ' girl loc»ii Women Address B. & P. W. Convention. Mrs. J. G. Btvvncs, preaiden "of .the Biylhcville Business an Professional Women's club, an Mrs. H, b.: Reynolds, slate luler national chairman, attended I! ineetlng of District 'J at Marlani •Saturday and Sunday when th •spoke lo the gathering of buslnc iwomeu of eastern Arkansas. *- The 10 year objective "Econoin • Security" wns featured througho the program* At a luncheon Mrs. j .Barnes spoke on "How a Business I iWoman May Improve Her Opportunity physically". Mrs .Reynolds led a round table meeting on "public Affairs" in which the discrimination of women in business in compensation and jobs, the child labor law and the old nge pension and unemployment insurance ,.werc , taken . up. These are three phases of the 10 year objective. c • - • Son Bom. . -.». A son was born Saturday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Craig at their home with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Craig south of this cily. The baby, who Weighs six pounds, has not yet been named. • • •' Malone-Tankersley. Mr.. and Mrs.. J. B. Tankersles have announced the marriage o their daughter, Marie, to Mr. Bob Malone, Jr, son of Mrs. Rober Malone. Justice W. W. Corbet performed ihe ceremony Septan ber 19lh , • \i The bride wore a navy blu swagger suit with ten accessorle and her corsage was of swcelhea> roses and baby breath. Mrs Lonzo Bradley, matron o honor, wore a suit of gray mix's •wool 'fcith navy .blue" accessories - Mr Paul sheppard was th bridegroom's best man. • , . Both Mr. M«lone and his brld att trell toio*n in this city where they have resitted for a number of years Upon ihcir return from a : motor. trip through Tenness ;e t*ey will reside here for the present' Stone School, Jeer Superintendent of Massachusetts High School. BROCKTON, Mnss., Sept. 24 (U P)—Striking students stoned Brackton . high school and Jeered the cchool' superintendent 'and head master today In a wild demonstra- foiv, which was broken up by lollce. 1 '..'•.;• The sfu'dcnts ~ 1,000 boys and ihls-rSlruck ' against a 30-inlnuli extension of school hours. About 3,000 students assemble n front of the school this morn ng. They had threatened I strike because the school boar nslstcd that the hours should con ilituc us 8 A. M. lo 1:45 P. N instead of 8 A, M. to 1:15 P. M as ...lasI,,year. They tried lo organize a "com mlttee to go In and wait lino school officials. Police announce that pupils would bt 1 admitted on If they Intended lo study. After 2,000 had gone in Schof Superintendent John P, Scully a| pearccl on the porch of (he mal building. He greeted the thou. and outside and 'sought to convince them Dial (hoy should go to- their classes. Boos and catcalls returned his greeting and at least two stones were hurled at the school. When a police ultimatum was mihcctied police herded the demonstrators away from Hie cn and dispersed them. Superiiivindcnt Scully announced he had instructed police to arrest all strikers under 113 as Iru- ils. f you want the most modern atmosphere for your party Inblu then with modern wares, such :> able is shown ou which Ihc new chromium candle holders arc shown, unique chromium ilower holders flat ehlr.n plates, aud ItuAlowered table doth covered with a flat sheet of cellophane, which Is finished at the edge with a long pleated flounce of cellophane. Glass fruit as decoration adds still another mortem touch. Wouldn't you like to know Die nlwolnle triilh ntfnit Iho romnntlc rumors Hint have been out o! Hollywood, so thick and fast yon might-almost-believe some of lliem? There's Charlie Chnp lln and Paiilctle Godrtnrd, for Instance, shown, upper left, as they allcntoi n recent tennis male! 'he couple'KM been seen locelher so often they've been nrnclieojly; taken fov Ei'autcrt. Then , there o pcrsislcnt fricnrislilp of Frnncliot Tone and Joan cmwford, upper right. They were pliotograplic Rcinliardl in-oditcllon of Shakespeare's "Mlclsummci' Night's Dream." Ami at It me iicrfoimaucc, the pliotogrnphcr saw Herbert Marshall and Gloria Swanson, below, wllli Glor nlmnst resenting the interference of autograph seekers. Bits oj Netis Mostly Personal Assembly of God • Revival Leader First Woman -. Bridge Chamj KITCHEN •'or the lir.^t lime in ilie lihtyry of contract briii^c. !;ini;5 fell bp- 'oi-e liic ackuowleil.noil nuoon c>f II, Miss Kllnor Mnrdocli. atmvc. of Ijivniirigli.iiu. .'M;(., » lifti K!IC won llio ImUviilnni muslt-ia' b:iui|iioti*iliip (if ibc AmciK'aii triil^e League at its ionni:nuciu ill i\'cw York. Mi^s Mnrtlorll uoscil out 11 Jny Decker nf 1'liila- rtrlplita by a scan 1 . haH ixiinl, l;ut H vvns cuoiisii lo iitJiko lier llio II re I woman So liolil Uiis highest of all houori In contract brills*. BY MAUY E. NHA Service Staff IVrilcr Don't lliluk .just because simi- ncr luis gous its way into Ili3 linbo of nearly forgotten things ihat you must stop serving salad. Autumn oilers materials as luscious lor the salad maker's art as spring or summer. '1'hera urc apples, for instance, ripened now lo the perfect crisp, firm texture, juicy pears, tomatoes at (lie best, round, . red and superbly-fleshed, celery, the new crop of nuts, tur nips, c.'ibbngc, nil lo be user! ,in endless succulent combinations. In fact, here's an autumn salac Ihat uses several of Ihc lot. Tor it, take 2> ripe pears, 2 tart apples, 4 teaspoons minced candled ginger. 4 tablespoons diced celery, 'J tablcsixjons chopped walnut incuts. •I cups shredded cabbage, 1 tablespoon blanched nnd shredded nl- inomls. 1-2 cup sccrtc Tokay Among those from this city who e in Memphis today for the fu- lernl of Frank Johnson arc Mlss- s Sybil Brackin and Annie Lee falscll. ' Mr. and Mrs. John L. Finlcy and Mrs. Finley's aunt, Mrs. E. W. Rounsavall, of Lexington, Ky., returned yesterday from a visit in Stirevcpjjrt, La., us guests of Mrs. Finley's parents. Mrs. Rounsaval will remain here several days. Miss ilazcl Hardin was in Mem-, phis Saturday. Mrs. Rupert Cralton and. daughter, Mary Sue, and Mrs. Crafton's mother, Mrs. Tom Martin, visited in Memphis Saturday. | Raymond Smith, who was injured when lie fell while work- Ing at Hubbard Hardware Automotive department, is now able to be out. ' Wines. Chester Cnldwcll, Mutt Monaghan ami Jo;! Chandler were in Memphis Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Scott McBritlc, of Washington, D. C., were guests of the GofT, Hotel yesterday and 16- jday. Mr. McBride, who Is gen- „„., E S Driver announced to- cral superintendent of the Auti- tlav the engagement and approach- Snloon League of America, spoke nit marriage of her daughter, at Ihc First Methodist church Sun- Bounic Jcmi, to Mr. Robert Hard-jdny afternoon and al Osc cola _ last away lletidrick, of pepper cut In threads-and pineapple cut In small pieces. Serve on lettuce and garnish with maraschino chciTlos cut in halves. Dead Commander o( Mor- vo Castle Had Locked Himself In His Cabin. lo>i> Aliigi'i). He's JinMc la stall iclliing. The (.captain .is very worried." r'launce's Tavern, where the Sons of llio Revolution made iliau 1 iidquai tere, is the oldest house still standing ill Manlialtnn. Brooklyn has a small collage nl the corner of Avenue V and GSrti slrcet, which is many years older but unmarked. Wood veneers as thin as paper NEW YORK, Sept. 2-1 (UP) Captain Robert R. Wilimott Hie burned Morro Castls locked himself in his cnbin about 1C j lire being made on a commercial ~ scale. of! hours before the fatal fire - because he feared George I. Alagna. second radio operator, wouiil throw acid on him, Acting CapUin William F Warms lesliflcct. lodny. IS YOUR COMPLEXION BLOTCHY AND PIMPLY? If your complexion is dull, m:icl- | dy, sallow rtue lo clogt'Ccl bowels take Adlcrika. Just one dose rids your system of poisonous wastes Warms, recalled before '{He dc' ; j tl , ?(i cause pimples aiid-ib.ut skin. U'tment of commerce inr.i'iiy u.i- c { t j, DUUB Store and Kivtiy Bros. > Ihe (iisiistei: that cost :M lives, Dn||; f- o '—Adv. L-H BEBT WEBB pill to ...... said-the captain snnimonert him to his staicrcom at 10"A. M., Friday, September 7. The captain lolri him, he said, that Alagna had "a bolt!6 of sulphuric acid" and that he was worried. Will- Osceola Society — Personal Mrs. A three weeks 'revival ;neeting|molt added thai he was going '.o at the First Assembly of God keep his door locked for fear ;linrch,' Seventh and Ash street- 1 ;, ivill open Tuesday night at 7:-i5. Services will be held at 7:45 each night throughout the meeting. Mr. anJ Mrs. Bert Webb, of St. woulrt throw the acid on him, Warms said. Wilimott died that evening, six hours before the tire broke out. Death was ascribed to heart di- Cloud, Minn., be In charge.' sease. Both have had cxtensivp c-xpcrl-j The captain ence in evangelistic -work and arc tlon of Ills lalcnlcd musicians. The Rev. N: also refused H. Rhodes is pastor ot the church. nnii Osccola. The Tampa, wctldhi! Fla.,I evening. From hero he went Joncskoro. Miss Ruth railahnnty, 15-year- lake place at the home of lite brlclc's moliicr, on Monday, Oct. I. old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.-Joe S, Dillahunly, who has uecn 111 ,-. . _ ,, from pneumonia since Thursday, Missouri rarmers bend is slightly bettei today. F.D.R. Old Cow Belli Mrs, W. F. Brewer arrive no expliina- fcar of Aliigna ami lo have Aln't-na put in irons nnd his stateroom searched, Warms testified. "He is f.o damned smart ne i wouldn't keup anything around his _ , , , . iroom," Warms riuoteil Wilimott Oil Induslry LUCraUVC aiyiug. warms said us n result '.o[ lliis incident he gave the TOPEKA, Kan. (UP) — The oil watchman the following inslnic- Report Shows Kansas industry has becom incst, scconti lions: homc tomorrow niglil from a two months stay In points ofi Texas HOUSTON, Mo. (UP) — Texas I nncl Oklahoma. county farmers have sent an old I Mrs. H. A. Frascr, of Kansas cow tell to President Roosevelt lujelly, Mo., arrived Saturday appreciation of benefits received lo make Her home with her son, mdcv lire drouVh calllc buying I \v, M. Frascr. arogram. The lokcn of goort will Mrs. W. A. Collins, ot Dallas, donated uy W, L, Ughl ofJTexpj>, is visiting her sister. Willow Springs, arid was sent by I Mrs. J. J. Johnson, who unclc-r- Davirt P. Luckey, inspector fov the!\vcnl a major operation Saturday Bureau of Animal Husbandry, DC- at Hie Ulythcville Jio,*j);tal ( pniliwinl ot Agriculture, in charge resting very well, of catllc buying In Texas county. Pare and dire |»ars. Dice ap- iles without paring if you have hose with bright red skins. Mix >sars, apples, ginger, celery and meals. Mix wllh French ..».»» mcm». MIX wun .-IUIIUM rcccllt , y by stntc , i( j, lor agc ,, t s.'It of n dead person. dressing nnd let slant! on lee for nad a UQO - eR u 0 n n vreek capacity .._"". 30 minuttcs. Shred cabbage very nl}A vvas vnhlc(1 Rt 5i000 ; ___ Large Crowd in Prospect .for "President" Excursion Belief Hint white clcphtuils arc NEW PiliLADELPHIA, O. (UP) I lucky spread from the cull of the —Th: largest slill ever cotinsciilccl I wlvltc elephant, a religious ordev in Tuscarawas county, one of 500-1 in siam, it is believed that a gallon capacity, was seized here I white eleiihaiit contains the soul recently by ' " . • . -. i for crude oil at an average price of a dollar a barrel [or the entire For UBAIj Protection A Phone 191 ' Cl,AKK-WlLSON AGENCY General Insurance We Pay All Losses With a Smite" James D. C'l.irk - Baker Wilson Use Shiblcy's Won- dcv and Old Trail "For God's sake watch that I'el- A. G. SHUJU'lY Wholesale Grocer Phone 180 for FINE Cleaning ins nnd let stand in cold water for 10 minutes. Drain and mix with riimoncls nnd enough mayonnaise to make molsl. Make neste of cabbage on individual salnd Fill each nrst with fruft inlxtitfC and garnish with seeded " Celery Salic) ! This is splendid dinner salad. Two cups shredded celery, 4 Inblespoons green olives. 4 tablespoons shredded sweet red pepper, _ 2 table-spoons Roquefort cheese, i French dressing, curly endive.' In the olden days an excursion as a local ailair, but today with .......... _____ ^ the automobile and the hard «atlS[" 'coTnbliie"ccVMy""oilvcs"Bnrt'-i)C|i- Ihc picture has changed and neo- ,, cr ^j,,^, ^^t, „„,) C on,uine" pie come from nil sides, £0mc as I W | t ji French dressing." Mix ' vbg- - •- Hospital Notes J* "• r ' ' Admitted to the Blylheville hps- pttil;- Mre'..rj."c. awman^f city, 'Hixon Dismissed- Half -Moon; J. J. iar .as ISO miles, lo enjoy pleasure of a ride and dance on the Mississippi. An advance agent for the steamer President, who has been in this territory recently, says, that in his opinion, theout-of-toivn crowd fur the Legion, P. E. O. Sisterhood aruTSacied Heavl Y. M.'s club excursion at Caruthersvllle will equal the local crowd. Tli3 big boat will leave Crmith- -.villc »i 9 p.m., September 28, and return at 12:30 a.m. Immediately atler discharging, the Can rulhe'rsville passengers the "President" will flown the liver and will not. relurn 1111 Spring. cooteint no Gei-many leads the world in the production of synthetic camphor, fOUowed by It^ly and France. ctables and serve on bed of en- dlvc. This salad depends on new turnips for Us unusual flavor. i Two medium sized white turnips. I cup shi'etidcrt celery, 3 slices pineapple, 1 green pepper, 0 tablespcons oil, 2 tablespoons lemon )ulc5. '1 tablesipon grated horseradish, 1-2 teaspoon sail, V-3 teaspoon pepper, paprika. Pare turnips and IJoll In water to which a little lemon Juice l\as been. atWcd., When tender draln'v'ahd plifrigc lnto'- : co!d Av'atcr. Drain and cut' in cubes. Combine oil, lemon juice, horseradish, salt, pepper nnd, paprika nnd pour ovci prepared turnips. Let stand on Ice et\ hour or longer to chill. When ready lo Eerva add celery, Get Rid oft Malaria! Chills and Feotrl I To coiiqiicr Mataria, you must do| t\Vo things. U) Destroy the Inlcc- llon in the blood. (2) Build up tlie| blood to overcome the cHccls' and lo fortify against further altiek. There is one medicine thai does these two things autt that is Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonb' The tasteless quinine in Grove's Tasteless Crtrtl Tonic destroys the malarial infecllon in the blood while Uie iron bwilte up i.ho Wood. Thousands of people have conquered Malatli with the aid. ot Grave's Tasteless Chill Tonic. In addition (.<-. being s\ noted remedy fcr Mal- nrin, it Is also an excellent tonic ot general use. JTOVC'S Tasteless Chill Tonic is pleasant.lo take and contains nothing harmful. Even children like it and they can take t safely. For sale by all rtnig stoves. Now two stzc.'-i-Oc and 51. Tho Jl itzc contains S'/4 times as much BS the 60o size and sives you 25% more tor your money, —Adv. 4 THE WISE OLD OWl by £sso IF YOU WILL NEED I THE ftaWU USE YOUR MOTOR CAR jOUlL NOT AJ3US&J Now Localtrt at Soulhtast Comer W»lmil a«il - Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON KDWARDS, Vroprictor Ml m»X«otrtboiUTiiKwriteri, Wdtng Machines and Calculilors Kepafrins—r»t«s—Ribbons Phom 71 Send us your b e s L tilings with perfect assurance thai they will be .pi'opci'ly cleaned. May we have .our driver call for your" fall clothes today? Our service is as near as your telephone. Barnes 9 NU-WA CLEANER Phone ISO

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