(AWL) CQUJU3R NKW8 .WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER -• 26, -. 19S4 Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Lujxshion club ineet- Snc with Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry having Bridte club. Mfe-Eket Miss Jane Buck, whose marriage to Mr. JuUtn E. Belts of Memphis will be solemnized nexl month, has been; ,?uest of honor al- a mmiber oC< interesting affairs since Hie announcement of her engagement,. 'Miss frtnces Tucker entertained with i bridge parly Monday afternoon it her country home when the idea of "ships for embarking upon tlje sea of matrimony" was cleverly, used. The 12 guests played cards lii the living and dining rooms where ships »nd garden flowers dec- ,:orated Ine rooms, the tallies were miniature ahtps and the score card. 1 ; \*re of the same design. In Ihe refreshraenls Ihe sala<l was served in, small ships from which flc« 1% satis. Miscellaneous gifts for the bride-tied were presented in a large ship. •hi the bridge games Mrs. Allen Huddleeton won first prize, lingerie «nd handkerchiefs went (o Miss Mary Catherine Martin for the cut PfUe. »Twenty-four guests were cnler- taifled by Mrs. Rupert Craitoti Monday evening when she had a linen shower and bridge party for Miss Buck! Colorful garden nowers dec- ora led the Ifd rooms arranged for the; bridge games In which Mrs Bancroft Terry won high score and Mias Warrene Brownlee, cul p Both- received handkerchiefs. A er!jcltsh salad course wks sorvec with: cookies and drinks. Incudei In 'U« guests was Mrs. J. W. nil of JRussellville, Ark., housegucsl ol her daughter, Mrs. Don Sammons and:Mr. Sammons. Misses Ruth and Sue Butt had •12 g^esbs for a bridge game Thurs pay afternoon in compliment lo Mlis Buck The living and sin rooms, which open on their flowci garden, afforded an appropriate setting for the autumn blossoms. Miss Buck won the high score prize and was also presented Uie s guesl of hon ot's gilt Both were lingerie. Hand kerchiefs »ent lo Miss Haz«l liar- din "for the cut award. Chocoial partatt was served wlUi indlvidua - cakes, decorated with rosebuds h pastel shades, and salted nuts. ' >-. '-.'*** Entertains Ctab. '" i' Mrs. Chester R Babcock enter talned, the Tuesday Bridge club yes terday, Alter lunch there was brldg with Mn. J. I*(ck Ttomas wlnnii casserole dishes, JOT, lie prize. Club Meets. M '* _ ^Members of the Young Mairoo, Bridge club m«(, with Mrs. RIley B •Jones Tuesday afternoon for th weekly bridge game. Later, a con gealfd fruli salad,was served wll macaroons and coffee. The prize, a vase, wenl lo Mr; Uoyd- Stlckmon: * • • Juniors Ori»ttije Twei)ly-fi\e juniore mel al Hi Promised Land church SutKisj with Mrs. Wilbur Wahl. The fo: lowing officers were elected: Mallr Moore, president; Lord Eskride vice-president; Kathryn Wahl, sec, retary; Sylvia Yarbro, reporle Mrs. Wahl wa_s chosen sponsor. Chrfct Ambuudon Meet The Christ :Ambaisadors of th Assembly ot God Church usnday evening. The class studies Luke 21 and 22, and for next Sunday will. finish the book and bo rtady for an examination on Luke the following Sunday. • The -young people had a jail service Sunday afternoon. The junior Christ Ambassadors reported an enjoyable afternoon making ice cream and horse back riding under ih'e supervision of , their sponsor, Miss JJildrcd Cudd. AH young people are invited to atlend Ihis class each Sunday evening at 6:45 p. rr.. Dufhler BO.-I A daughler was born lo Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bean yesterday afler- noon at ;th e Blytlievilic hospllal. Before her marriage -Mrs. Bean isas Miss Rjstine Godnmn i > i Son Bora. Mr, and Mrs. Earl Taylor are the parents ot a^son, born Sunday al their home'oh.North Fifth sired • - - * • , Daathttr B«ra. 'A daughter 1 was born ihls morning to Mr. and Mrs Frank Rose at Uwlr home 'on Lacledc Ave. The baby weighs' eight pounds. s Franked Fried Eggs Ready for a Party Fried rS fs served with Madeha wine llvrr taucc elves an old favorite dish new piquancy. Madeira Flavor Miners BV MAUV K. DAKUK NBA Strvlfe Stuff Writer The old-school hostess believed bat the way lo have her party onieuibercd was lo serve evcry- hlng tlic market iiffonled—nl least vcrj'thlng that her puree woukl tretch to provide. Today's expert parly-elver rcal- zes lhat quality ami not quantity s tlie supreme test. So she offers few tilings anil tries, lo have ach one j perfect And she, or her I'occr, combs Ihc world for fien- oiiing!! and flavorings that will nakc just the difference between he nice and the extraordinary. One of the grandest hostesses I :now hns mi entire cupboard dc- 'otcd lo dried herbs, sauces nnd ondhncnts thiit will leml thai sn- lilfcrent taste lo even usual illsh- 's. Since prohibition has ended, if course, she hns been able to Inn-case' her slock enormously, for rattling gives more of nn exoUu iole thun Hie atldillon ot wlno. And of nil the obliging wines for I cooking, none Is more BO than Madeira, chiefly because the llavor Is so pronounced that It lingers on (he tongue. Some day, when we arc all feel- How lo Fix Sauce Here's what you need for th ing nml am (rciir the shock 1 shall lell how lo help lhal goo<l old American favorite, liuni and .'-'KBi, b'y continental on us with n \vlnc sauce, bill loday I am merely suggesting for company, luncheon..n chicken liver nmi'frlcci egg combination thai .will make all the BUesU a.sk for Ihe recipe.. For vegetables willi this exclt- iiifi dish, serve broccoli with plain butter sauce and shoestring potatoes. And for the start of the meal what would be belter than honey hall melon with n dish of line or maybe mini? in n In dish: Six chicken livers, 12 e'ggs, tablespoon butter, '2 Uiblespoon. Madeira wine, 1-2 till tomato sauce, 1-2 Bill dcml-glncc, sail white pepper. Melt butler In frying pan. Ad', chlekcii livers, washed and chop peit. Seiuson to lasle with salt and while pepper. Fry for 5 minutes stirring occasionally. Drain off thi butter, pour Madeira, toniat biuicc, anil demi-gtacc Into par Simmer for 5 minutes. Melt a wal mil of butter In another fryjii pan. Craek In 2 eggs. Season • t< tcistc with a salUspoonful of sal nutl white pepper an<i paprika. FT 3 minutes. Slip on lo a large fla hoi dish, cover and keep wan while you fry five more sets' o i;s. In Ihc sumc way. Cover wll' I,..' ...i...._.. ~ . p For dessert try fluffy Inriivldimllthc liver pilslurc. Serve at'one lemon chiffon, larls made Dolling water pastry. .wllh toasl and butter. Enough lo 16 persons. Wrap-Arou nd Coa t Hayti Society-Personal Btts oj Moitly Personal Mrs. Cecil Shane IE better after avlng boon 111 several days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Pred Fowler and wo sons, who were In DyersburB. cnn., for several months, have •turned here lo reside. Alvin Reagan, of Memphis, is ic euesl ol his mother, Mrs. A. The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. LeRoy •Hirned Monday from Black ock, Ark., where they spent a Mrs, J. L. Duleli, of Ctrutherc- vllle, Mo., wu the BUtrt ol Mrt, Pearl St-twgrt and daugbUr, xi« Marjorle Monday, Mrs. O. a Travis and son, of Steele, Mo., spent -the w«k«id with Mrs. Travis' mother, Mrs Pearl Stewart, Miss Carolyn Haley has returned from Lillle Rock, where she spent Ihc weekend as the guest of Mrs. O. L. Hemphtll and soil, Lcrkin. : Mr. and clarence Vollmer lefl today by motor for points ol California. Mr. Vollmer plans to al- lend lo business there for two weeks. Airs, J. w. Hill, of Rtissellvillc, Ark., Is the houseguesl of her eck while Ihe Rev. Mr. LeRoy i daughter, Mrs. DPJI Sammons. and oiiducled IB. an evangelistic Mrs. Jimmlc Payne has gone lo eniicll, Mo., for n week's stay hllc she is here for an cxlctided isil wllli her daughter, Mrs. Dill rotter, and family. Mrs. W. H. Shillings, of Dallas, 'cxaK, has arrived for several 'ceks slay with her Abler, Mrs. J. i. Swift, and daughter, Miss Sun- liinc. Mrs, EarJ Gllson, of Detroit, llch., who has been the guesl of icr mother,'' Mrs. Henderson C. lull, will go to St. Ix>uls tomor- c,w for several days slay with her Isters before returning home. Mayor Cecil Shane is attending o business in Coming today and vill «o to Little Hock--tomorrow. J, Mcll Brooks has returned lorn Hoi Springs where he spent over a monlli at, a hospital. He meet- Mr- Sammons. Friday. She will return Heru-y, spent Sunday in For- tagevllle as gutsls of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barnes. Mr. and Mrs, -joe j'llnn and son, or Birmingham. AU, are visiting relatives here this i week. .' - Mrs. Sims Micliic Is Ncw-Pciniscol 13. Y. P. U. Leader Texas Police Chief Did Not Like Bull Fight HOUSTON, Tex. (UP)—A Mexican bull right may be all 'right tf one llto them, but Chief of Police B. W, Payne, who used, to be head of the Houston .homicide, squad, saw one ' on a recent flying trip to Monterrey, Mex., and It made .him ill. ' • "One horse and six bulls were killed and a number of matadors narrowly escaped dea'th," the chief I said, "it was so horrible and' bloody I got sick and had lo 1 cave." • j chief Payne .said Inc. Mexicans' resenl seemed lo, enjoy Ihe bull fight very much and he lieai'd It was Ihe best fight, In 10 years. Slolt Heane For Joy Kid, WATERBORY, Conn. (UP) -„ • Thieves stole'Arthur Lunny's fun- : eral hearse .to, go joy-riding, r The : drab vehicle, oi>t of gasoline,' was found abandoned In a park at 3 a.m. : . ' - •' UsciShibley's AVnn- Aer and Old Tniil The community evangelistic mee Ing has closed alter four weeks i services, The meeting was undi the direction of tlic John T. Mo ris evangelistic parly of Ballimor Md. it resulted in 48 conversion Mrs. Ben Brogiiim was awarde n bcatililul Mount of Olives lesta- incnl for bringing the most people to Hie services. A leather bound teslntncnt was given Miss Ruth Byrtl, who ranked second in the conlesl. Mrs. Clara GUlum, Mrs. Viola Ciilllm, and Miss:Ruth Frankum each received a testament ainl a book imbllshed by the evangelist. Ray Limbaugli jr., son of Dr. and s now -able lo be out with the >!d of his crutches. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Walls and daughter, Mollie Aim, of Shrcvc- wrt, La., are guests of Mrs. Mabel Watts and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Adams for a week. They will rc- lurn Friday. Miss Lela Blythc and Mrs. Mabel Watte spcnl Ihc weekend In Cor- i"tb, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hcalon, Mrs J. L. Gimrd, accomsianied by L. M. Ross of t'ort Collins, Col., were in Harrlsburg, III., Tuesday for Ihe funeral of Mrs. Phoebe Harvey, n cousin of Mrs. Hcaton and Mr. ROSS She had visil<xt here. Mrs. Adolph Wcinberg and daughter, Miss Ramelle, Miss Rose Rub- enslein and Miss Freda Nichols, of Osccola, visited here last evening. Arthur Katz, of Memphis, is al- lendlng to business here. Miss Edith Lyons of New York, N. Y., who is Ihe guest of Mrs. Abe Liverant In Luxora, was In the cily tasl evening. •Mrs. c. J. cox has relumed from St. Louis where she bought gcods lor the New Economy store. Misses Ruth and Sue Bull left last night for New Orleans, La where they will aticnd Sophie Newcomb college. Miss Rulh Butt will be a senior and Miss Sue Butt, a sophomore, after having attended Randolph-Macon college at Lynch'- """•g, Va. t lasl year. James Terry and Max Logan motored them to Memphis, Mrs. Phirranbcrg, of Cape Gl- rardcau, Mo., is the guest of lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Arian ,for several days. i Bill West, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Wcsl of Memphis who formerly resided here, underwent an STEELE, Mo.—The associated B. Y. p, U. of the New Madrid Baptist association held its annual Heeling here Monday. Steele, Cooler, Tyler, Haytl, and Carnthersville had representatives. Tile Caruthers; vlllc senior Number Two Union won ;he attendance banner and the efficiency banner was given to the Junior B. Y. p. U. of Steele. Of, fleers elected to serve for the county were: president, Mrs. Sims Ml- chie, Steele; vice-president, south district, Mrs. Amer Azbill, Tyler; vice-president, north . district, SetV Compere, Haytl; secretary-lreasur- cr, Mrs. L. W. Zaliner, Sleelc; clior- islcr, the P^v. c. H. Franks, Haytl- pianist, Mrs. Floyd Wagster, Cooler. Miss Williams resigned as president after five years work. Tlic Womans Missionary socielj met in the home of Mrs. T. I Brooks Monday aflcruoon wllh n members ana one visitor, Mrs. W C. Conateer. Mrs. C. E. Miller and Mrs. R. C. Slecle jr. gave a play loltc on foreign -missions in Ja pan. Flour A. (i. SH.IBMJY Wholesale (lKx.tr Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith «nler tained wllh a six o'clock dinner on Thursday in honor of Mr. and Mrs Joe B. Brooks, of Sacram«nlo, Calif The otlier guesls were: Mr. and Mrs. Dewarl smith, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Garretl and son. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Spence and son, Buford, visited friends at Wilson Sunday. Miss Roberta White has gone to lastvt*>j, Tenn., to attend college. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jordan and daughter, Palty, spent Sunday in Lepanto as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Portis jr. Patty remained for a two weeks visit. i Mrs."Frank .Jones and baby are guests of Mrs. Jones parents, Mr. and Mrs. May. Lee Hoy Nichols'was returned to lis home here Saturday from the Blytheville hospital, where lie bad Men under treatment sines he was njured by a car two weeks ago. Mrs. J. H. Workman and son, Mrs. w. R, Limbaugli 'of tills city, "»«ration for appendicitis at the he I Mem P hls Baptist hospital. His has been elected president of thej freshman i'!nss al central college, Fayelle, Mo, He has also been elecled lo Ihc Razzcr chib, a socuil organization al Ihe college. Wendell Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert nail, lias slarlcd training in avialion ot Lambert-St. Louis Held. Hall was a gradu of Hayti high A winter sports coal ot plntd-back woolen In a Imndsonie shudc of brown has the new sleeves with fullness at the elbow nnd nn Interesting neckline that fastens with three large buttons, nlnccd diagonally on the wide Inpel. It's a wrap-acound type with wide Ucll of self material nnd silt pockets. who received handkerchiefs for high score, and Miss Ro=e Rubcnstcin of Osccola. whose gill for Ihc cul prize was cards. Pie and coffee were served. HTbe'lpworth League of Promised Una Held Its fourth meeting Sunday at the 'church. The lesson, "Je- JBS on the Jericho Road," was led JrLola Thompson. Sara Jane **end1ne, Emma Dick Moore, anrt <*» Davis discussed topics. A poem, 2*r*yer for Daily Living." was read &y Mrs. J. S. Godwin The leader »r next Sunday Is Floyd Williams. rKss With I<yons of New York iHf ; >xuegv*st of Mrs. A. Llveranl! iggd l<?ooi» wllh. Mrs.. charlM . of. Ar'parents, Mr. and'Mrs. wil- B»m Uag, at « bridge parly given . l£t emiDg.br Mis* MUdrtd Lang, " vMrs.<G«H'rwetved tosfery and -Jfi*-.!**» :*•• pmented cards. . Oftv fOftt w*nt M' Un, z, Jitdel. News Notes Brother Buck Wallers preached lo good crowds Saturday nighl and Sunday. NIrs. May Hargctt canned beans at the kitchen Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey .Grady and children, of Homersvillo. Mo., vis- lt«i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trammcll Sunday evening. Owen Ooss was In Blylhcvllle Saturday. • ' Mrs. Emma Ted lord, prrsidcul of the Ekron canning club. Mrs. Paul Trammell,' garden clmlnntsn/ ntid MIES Ruby crumby, suijcrvlso'r, attended Ihc home demonstration council meeting al Blylhcvllle Itsl Thursday. Hospital Notes Admitted: Miss Catherine Hesse, clly; Mrs. It. M. Koouce, nose- land; Arthur llradcn, Senalh, Mo Dismissed: E/cllc Robcrls, Armorel; W. M. Fiillcrton, Steele, Mo- Miss Martha Jane Nave, route 2. Deer can leap as far us 10 feet. Phildrenb Colds • Yield quicker to double action of SS nmw if you school last spring. He Is now employed by Ihe Kroger Grocery iiud Baking company al St. Louis. Mcsdamcs ,lo= and Hlaman Kohn are in St. I^uis this week veiling relatives. S!d Doud, who Is working al Willow Springs, Jfo., was here Sunday visiting his wife ami children. Carl Bnskln, druggist for Brashers Drug store, went to SI. Lout; Sunday. Mr. BaBskins, who is a member of Ihc state board of pharmacy, is giving the slate bonrd of pharmacy examination there. William Wllkcrson, who has been in San Antonio. Te.y., for .several weeks, lias returned home. He is again working with Ihc'West side grocery. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Meyers, who nave been residing at Blytheville, where Mr. Meyers has been working on Ihe railroad, have moved back here. Fred William is die name selected for the nine and half pound sou born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Bo«-e Jr., last Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blair and family have moved lo Fort Smlll Ark. Mr. Blair was employed hc.-- by the West Side grocery in their meal department and he has secured similar employment at Fort Smith. Condition is very good. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Greene •uid sons went lo Lillle Hock lo- ay lo make their future home. They went over a week ago to vis- (• and returned several days ago o move their furniture. Mr. Jrcenc, formerly superintendent of he city schools, has accepted a position with the state deparlmcnt of education. Denny Byriim Is a patient al the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. Bernard Gooch and Miss Wllie Allison went" to Memphis oday for a few days stay. Mrs Gooch will visit Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Harbcrl and Miss Allison will be Eucst of her sisler, Mrs. C. J. Fleel- wood, and Mr. Flcelwood. Mis. J. P. Pride and Mrs. S. J Cohen spent Monday In Memphis MOONLIGHT DANCE * Slghl-Sccitig Kxciirslon On ncaullful Island Queen MONDAY NITK, OCT.. 1st .Auic«stiFn Star Leaving CAHUTHBRSVILLB at 8:30 O'clock Uancc io (he Music of BOB SIDEU/S iO-HrKCE OKCHESTRA Enjoy a delightful boat ride on ll^c palatial island Que-n Ql«« enclosed dance salon, spaciol.s 'deck.' An afternoon' or cvcnhw of gcnums cnlortalmncnt on this beautiful' ,u", "tearner ADULTS 50c Danciug Free CHILDREN 25c In London i Iii Blytheville HOTEL Rood food is good food the world over. Thai Is «•!«', when restaurants ^ arc inenlloned, Blythc • viile folks say "Lets go to tlie NoWe". Al Hotel Noble even the "little things" arc not forgotten. Hoi dishes am served piping hot. Cold dishes come In crispy cold, Jiisl ihc IHtle difference in our sauces and .seasonings works a wonderful transformation In our meals; See • you soon? Special Club Dinner 50c This Stops Laxative "Dread" &M4UM of hinh iciion, fcid u»t* or inifr- 'treac* with 4vly dutlt*, people ding*ioutfy "d«Uy. H F«n.«-tniriT, th* delidou* chiwing UxibTC, canuining t tiutivt ingitdient Utly pc*«cnbiH by phyiicitn*, uitwtrs thtir problem. You chew it, thus (h* lanriv* rttiitnt U distributed uniformly, giving i r« mtunt Action, complite And pJrismnt. D*lkiou» F«n-«-roTnC conuin* no rUhn*n to ct ttomtch or diet. 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