The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 25, 1934
Page 2
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iMT!Ptyg,LB, (AM.) COURIER Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Executive board of Woman's Missionary society of First Methodist church meeting vvjth Mrs Kni- rj' Klrby, 2'30 pjii The Music Club will meet nt 3 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Russell Fan- Bible study of Church of Christ meeting .with Mrs, E. M. HufT- m»n, 2; 30 P. M. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. Cecil Shane having Mid- Week Bridge club. Son Born. ' > A son was born September 13 to Mr. and Mrs Cflsper Hans, of ' Alexandria, Ind The baby, vjio weighed nine and a halt pounds, has'been named William Marsh. Before her marriage Mrs Haas •was Miss Madeline Marsh, who lived ,hcre several jears ago. "> * » • Music Club to Mett; The music department ol lhe Woman's club will have a pro- Bmnv meeting tomorrow afternoon »t the lionie of Mrs. Russell Farr when Mrs E P Paddlson \»lll •present a miscellaneous program These numbers are to be given - vocal solo, Mrs. Charles Blight, piano number. Miss Leone Calll oott, \ocaU trio, Mmes Paul L Tiplon, George M Lee and Russell Farr; reading, Mrs L N lien- best; piano number, Miss Margaret Merrill. To Have Binio Fatty. The Armorer P.-T. A. will have a bingo party Thursuay evening, s o'clock at 'the school Chickens. 1 canned' goods ami other such prizes have been collected. Proceeds iof the aftalf will go -la the P.-T. A. treasurj. * » * Have Pn*nm On War. Mrs B A Lynch was leader of the program in the Woman's Misjlotury society of the First Methodist church Monday aftei- noon at the church Using (he subject "World Peace" Mrs Lynch NVw Way to Serve Chicken With Biscuit from (lie',Sunday [tut -atn make their second appearance''in thia thoroughly Inviting fajhlon. To be sure, the leftover dUh win b« more turnover and less meat, but It's an irtea worth remembering nil) 1 way. .,•••. Another excellent way to serve chicken with biscuits is to make t Wilson Society-Personal ' ' — Mrs. Walter Card was i'liriLHhe ^S ??vS r^.% (lougli, roll It m a sheet and 1 ^ 1 '":,,," 1 ' 5 - L" lc . y ,..?' i 0 " 06 ' ?. f B1 !'spread wllh chicken mixture. Then roll up like a Jelly roll and bake. BitsoJ News Mostlv Personal Bec»u$e It looks so lilUu like clilckcn, (he turnover will BV MARY E OACH'K iplause or Ihosc liard-bollefl Inble- sc^^r^sdiicj^^r^ T 1 "*. then chop, at the .thought ol rolrtK 0 h?ed7 tol tU ^ISS^" minutes. . chicken for dinner and nrgne fw meat and drum-slicks, .,„ long will the woman who must plan mciils be on lhe lookout for new: ways to prepare thl.s fnvorito dish. Not llmi the .frinl and ronstcfl versions will be scorned, but the cook who lakes pride In her art wimls more ccL-iiMiisatlon for her effoits than to sec food disappear. Tiie problem is to contrive netf combination of familiar nmterlnls that will win (lie unstinted ap- wy society of the First Bapllsl church MHO met Monday altcr- "oon. 1he Ilrsl group met wllh Mrs. M 0 Outlaw when 18 attended Mrs R L- Reeder gave the Bible Dludy from the 27Ui chapter of ouujcci wonn peace" Mrs Lynch £1 ™S' «om the STIJi chiipter of nca( l < spoke to the 19 members present! Ao k, with 'Thanksgiving" as Hie l lom »l on "The Cause and Oure of War" theme though! Mrs T. B. siiep- b'lt'er, and Mrs J E Ctltz on 'Thn herd and Mrs.- Beii Hnri-lsm, <*r- FO'in- and Mrs J World War". » t OuJs.Aux'y Will OfcKrve Week Qf ....,*.. Ths Girls Auxiliary of the First Baptist church will observe the week of prajer toi stale mis elons »lth a special program Wen nesday atternoon, 3 30 o'clock the church " ' to* bring of their tire urged penny for each year age * • Xeports GIren At nub MetUmt. Reports of tho ---- — — "-iii^Aj uui\ r lUIS^; Women's club at Marlanna daj Circle 2, herd and Mrs.- Beii Harrison „.- fered prajers This group Is wQik- mg at the BIyUicvilte hospital to- .- -. with , 13 .present, was cnterlafncd by Mrs. O. W. AlTlick. Mrs. Theodore Logan offered prayer before Mrs Lloyd Slickmon cave lhe.lesson from Psalms. Sentence prayers concluded tho, program. In lhe social hour • sandwiches and drinks were served biscuits Briivy 100,000,000 nlonc, not to mention the nssccs and other versions. limes a year In (he United'slates frlc- yon won't have any such stagger- Ing count of tho occasions on which Ihosc samu chicken, biscuits and gravy are combined lo provide chicken turnover. So, with no extra cirorl, (he rnlcrprlaliiE cook ;nu (jive the tnmlly a dish that A'lll drusv forth eiilhusiasiio smacking of lips; and tho problem of equable serving of white meat and drum-sticks Is eliminated. How They Are Mailo This Is how lhe chef of a famous New York hotel prepares the chicken turnovers; One three-pound fowl, 4 or 5 carrois, 2 medium sized onions, i head celery, a leospoons salt, 1-U flour caps over cut Reserve six (or garnishing. — mushrooms, and odd diced chicken. Mix well and remove at, once from the fire • Make the dough by mixing and sifting flour, salt and baking powder. Hub in shortening and cut MI cold water. Roll on a floured board into a sheet not more than 1-2 Inch thick. Cut in .six Inch squares, Place the chicken on the dough and fold diagonally, forming a triangle filled with chicken' Mis. Emma Lou Rogers is a patient at a Memphis hospital where she will undergo an operation, Mrs. .1. K. Shoemaker will leave , ..ic last of the week for Little Rock, where she Is to make her 'name, joining Mr. and Mrs. Clias. T, Kramer and daughter, Betty Lou, who .arc residing in Pnlask! lelgiits. Mr. Kramer is now a ncnibcr of the school faculty at Bcotl, Ark. Billy Lawshc has returned from visit In St. Louis where he was he guest ol his mint and uncle, Mr. and Mrs .John W. Snyder. Miss Gladys Barnaul, who has been 111 several days, Is slightly better today. E. S. Campbell, former member of the faculty at Centra! college, Conway, Ark., has accepted a position as representative or a life insurance company for northeast Arkansas and southeast Missouri and Is now headquartered In this city, thevllle,- and Mrs. Ccwe Murphy were guesls. Mrs. N. u. Ellis held liigh score. Dr. HunlerCox. N. B. Ellis Jr., Mrs. Gas Brandon jr. returned Saturday from a two weeks visit wllh her parents, Mr. and-Mrs. W. B. McCarlcy, .at Sheffield, Ala. • Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Barton, of Bassctf, have announced the birth last Tuesday of a son, Stanley Glenn, at the Baptist hospital, Memphis. Mrs. : Paul Albera of Forrest pity: spent the week end as the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs". Robert Clayton. Miss Alice George spent Sunday phis, was the guest Sunday o[ MISS Mildred. Frazler. at Blylheville as the guest of her cousins, Miss Selma and. Fred Saliba. Mrs. Willis Vaim and son, Jack Dulaney, have returned to their home at Greenville, Miss., after a week's visit with Mr. anil Mrs. Victor Mann. Mr..and Mrs. 'Albert Oreen- well spent Sunday with the for- ' mcr's sister, Mrs. Eutrls 1'owell at Haytl, Mo. Mr. and Mrs/ Kobert Roach and son, Robert ji. returned jeslcr - -. ™,o j,., day from a two jnonlh.? vocation. and Alfred Williams' jr., have re- which they spent in the o/iiks turned from Chicago, where Ihey 1' lle ) r returned by vvny of DC Witt attended 'the fair. where (hey visited • "Mrs. Roach's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matlhew Davidson. Mrs. Cone Murphy and daughters, Misses Mary Claire and Evelyn Cone, visited in Memphis Saturday. Mrs. Eva Kcrlin has as her guests her daughter, Mrs. Earl Cross, and her small son, Joe Earl, or Hulbert, Ark. . • ' Henry Lawson, of Memphis: has iccepted a position with the Lee Wilson Store Co. Iir. James Pall, of West Mcm- ; SEPTEMBER' as, 1931 t V Re ad-courier News Want Ada, Use Shihloy's Wonder and Old Trail Flour* Mrs. turned liigton, George W. last night Mo., where Barham re- from Farm- she attended Bake fifteen minutes in (400 degrees p.) and hot iniishrooms, 1 tablespoon InWesHoon Hour. Dough: cups lloijr, 1-2 cup butter, 1-2 cup lard or'other shortening I Iciispoou salt, 11-2 c , lps , V(Ucr Wash and .disjoint chicken, Boil until tender with vegetables which have, jjcen ' cut.' in small pieces. When done remove and discard vegetables Vwlitch were used lo iimkc the dilcken deliclously sav'-- ory. Remove skin und bones from chicken and-cut In nent dice. Melt round with buttered peas, diced new carrots, asparagus stalks ami potato marbles. Ami from this sumptuous look- ins and altogether successful dish comes an Inspiration for leftovers Just think of It, any kind 'of meat can be handled this wayl Veal, pork, lamb, beef and all varieties of ponllry that, have .been left (he funeral of her brother. Mrs. Emma Loll Rogers, and son, E. B., and A. C. Blaylock Jr., aUcndcd .the funeral of Prank Johnson .in Memphis yesterday. E. S. Campbell of Conway, Ark. has moved here and will be agent for a well known Insurance com Iiany In this territory. Hospital Notes Admitted to the Blythcvllle hos pita): Mrs. Fred Bean, Numbc. Nine; Ea'rllne Free, city; Martha Jean Nave, Route Two. Dismissed J. M. Anderson, city; Lois Swafford, Manila. Stop Chills and Fever! RidYoarSyitem of Malaria! Shivering .with chills one moment and burning with fever the next— Dint's'One of .the .effects of Malaria. Unless checked, the disease will do serioiis harm to your health Malaria, a bloixt infection, calls for two things. First, destroying the infection, in the. blooct. Second, build- iiiff up the blood la overcome the cUcck .of;the disease and to for tify against further attack. Grove's "Tasteless Chill Tonic supplies both'•these 'effects, it contain? tasteless quinine, which kills the infection in the blood, ami iron which enriches and builds up the blood. Chills and fever soon stoi and you arc restorer! to licaltl and comfoit. For hall a century Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic has been sure relief for Malaria. It i: Just as. useful, too. as a genera ionic for old and young. Pleasan lo take and absolutely harmless Safe to give children. Get a bottle u any drug store.. Now. two sizes—50i and $1. .The ¥1 size contains 2V. times as much as the 50c size and gives you 25%; more for you money. ' —Adv. A. C. SHIBLEY Wholesale Grocer THE WISE OLD OWl....'.. fy £ 5SO fV««N \OOWW\OUROR\ TO STEP ESS&ENE MIL Give IT PEP/ SMOOTHER PERFORMANCE Now located at Southeast Corner Walnut and second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor Ml mikes of rebuilt Typewriters, Adding Machines and Calculators Repairing—Paris—Ribbons Hums 7i -• a .usi, week-end were ghen by Mrs H. -. L. Reynolds and Mrs J. Q. Barnes ' «L a meeting of the Toccr group last evening at the Holel Noble Mrs Reynolds also led n round table discussion on international chairman of that lhe third gioup met at v thc !r church when Mrs. W. M. Crov* ; used the 69fh Psalm for the de '» ., . . . „ vollpnai: Mrs. Alvin IluHman led i district meeting hi pmjei and gave n talk from the 12lh chapter of Romans. The, closing prayer was oifercd by Mrs, relations as committee. Mid-week Club ' Has Dinner Part). Members of the Mid-Week --- „.. » llu iv**u~ " CCh. Bridge club and their husbands had the first of a series of monthly afftirs, to be held this winter last evening at the 'home of Mr and Mrs B A Lynch. i Each took a. dish and later there ' »ere bridge games. This affair was especlallj in compliment to Mrs. M O Uircy and Mr. Lynch 'hffr birthday; Berran Class Has a Meeting because It was Tom w Jackson * • * Maple Grove Associalion Hat Reports Given. / In a meeting of tiic Maple Ovove Cemetery .'association Tues- dap afternoc-n, nt the home of Mrs. O. G. Snliba, reports were given by the treasurer which showed activities since Afarcli 1, when the grass growing season opened. Tbere were 12 members and one visitor present. < Beginning at thai season, the association spent $101 for scxlou hire and extra work, $41 for grave digging and hauling dirt for sunken graves. $10.50 tor new mower and repairs t.o old, 52,-iO for repairs to summer house. $5.05 for new Implements. , ^_- An inii-nshc drive will be made .*:•*. »M. | thbi fall for lot dues lo carry on next year's work. 'The association is not responsible for dirt removed from lots and carried of the First Prcsb> terlan church fvom , tlle ce " lctei 'y »»'l will not met with Mrs Ross Stevens andl^ 0 ,' w . lo ^ V hc », ° W ' 1(;rS " ay Mrs W H Easlcy last evenliw lnd » ltil l n l-' ; to <'o this work. A supper . party followed lhe' meeting with each member taking ,a dish.. The Berean Sunday school class of the First Prcsb>ter!an church Mrs W H Easlcy last at'.'the Stevens home. evening . After a brief business session there were amusing contests before the hostess, served an Ice 'course. __ Plan Ww* of Vrtjtr Plans for a week of praver, to ,. be held the second week In Oc- tooer, were made b.y member^ of circles in the Woman's 1 Mission 866 Mijold, Tablet), Sllvc, Now Drops Checks Malaria in 3 (l»ys, Cl>lds Hrst day, Headaches nr Ncunl^U in 30 minutr.*, F.iric Laxative, arirf Tonic • Most Speedy Remedies Known the STEINWAT is built NOTICE , Mr. J. W. Barren, a resident of Blytheville for 25 years,' is now associated with Sam T. Hardin in the coal busi- ness'and will be glad to serve'all of his. friends. - irrcn Coal Co. Located at Sternbcrg Gin . ,', Phone 116 was the ambition o ( Theodora Slalnway lo build a piano which would lurpau, in beauty ol ton*, any >lhcr piano he had ever heard. •For lhal, he would hare lumed IS. Sloinway upeide down or built it backward* il it had »eemod lo him adrisciblc. And he did, in fact, malt* 10 many changes thai he ovolvsti at longih, a whole new system ol piano construction, now universally known a* th« Steinway system. He changed tho slringing ol lh» piano lo accord wilh his Duplex Scnl». He changed the conslruclion ol lh» case. Ho worked out a whole new action. Ho developed a now alloy, and thereafter cast his own platol. And ho raado Iho piano a beau- lilul object as woll a> a beaulilul instrument. Because ot his cancr. qll p ] 0 no« today ato mfin,le)y b e tlor Ihon lhe r w6re. And In lh» building O t lh« StemwaT,.lhe ideaU which animated that gnat figure'aUU glow aa bril- heratlv da In hij IU,time :., ranking Ihe Stelnworv lodof o fting iat finer eren than when Theodore Steinwar laid down his work, SleinwoY prices «t« exliimalv low. 0. K. Houck Piano Company 1»3 So. Main SI. - Memphis, Tenn. Jnly "T ^It's toasted" V K»»r thn«t trotxtion—ataiiut irritation —alatnst ctttgh e Crop" 15 good enough for Luckies, :And that means-Luckies use only the clean center leaves^e thesQ t^re the mildest leaves-they •cost more-they taste

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