The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 17, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 17, 1934
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.V COURIER MEWS "'WEDiNESDAV, JAKliARYjjr,' .Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Contract dub, Mrs. Q. E. Kctk, hostess. Mrs. B. A. week Bridge club. having Mid- Pilgrim Lutheran church guild "jieling at school, 2:30 p. m. -"Church of Christ women hav- .'ug Bible study meeting with Mrs. Howard Gill. \ Yarbro Missionary society meeting with Mrs. Zoa Thomiison. Mrs. Essie Davis entertaining v.lth bridge i>arly End sliower at home ol Mrs. W. D. Chamblln, Jr., complimenting Mrs. W. E. noddy who was formerly Miss Elizabeth Blythc, 13* 1'. M. Thursday Lunchtcn club meeting with Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Counly council P. T. A. meeting at Osccola. Music department Woman's club meeting nl First Mclhodlst church, o P. M. Current Events Club Will Meet. The Current Events club rctt. meet this evening, 7:30 o'clock al the home of Mrs. \'f. K. MinyurU, "Rassia—Ycsterrt.iy—Today—To- morrow" is the subj'.'d ol the study outline to be stalled Allowing two meetings In which Russia has U-en discussed generally. Tlie - first program on "Imperial Rus- ^ila and Russia In Upheaval." wlil ihave talks: on "Russia Under the • Czars". "The Ris: and Growth •''Of Nihilism and Communism", .'Kussia's Part in the World War", ".''The Revolution o! 1911", "Kev~ ^ensky", "The Provisional Oovcvn- S iwnt.-and.ltB Oveilnrow", "Bolshevism", and "Lenin Idol of Russia 1 ;. ;., This .will • be followed by a greeting on Sovh! Russian and "Russia's fulure, amther 'on education -and religion and social con. pltions In Russia today, and the '• final .program ol - this .country will • be. pn Russia's- contribution to the aits'. '•'" •• 'I-' •' i , •• • . . -.*- * . • ' Sewad B»ptUt W. ;M.i tl. Hw Meeting Mrs. Leo Powell and Mrs. Ben .Harrison were glievls' of honor at •a -'meeting of the -Woman's Missionary-union of IV Second Bap- ..(Isl church Mondtiy afternoon at • the;Harrison home. Mrs. Harri• Frn, who Is mbvlni,* soon lo Essex, ,Mc., was presenUrd , a bedspread >B'nd Mrs. Powell was showered -with gifts'. :•.'..••='; •:.- : Included In'theslS present were '.Tin* Lane read .from the « Psalms fur the devotional in which she . emphasized the tliought' "Be Still • And Know. That I Am God." .-. There 'were several contests In 'the social .hour. »nd the hostess y.-as assisted by -her -daughter. riMiss 'Elizabeth; an.i Miss Gwyn -. Parks, In servlijg ,T fruit dessert • w:ih angel food calre and coflce. : . - * * J. • 'lias Club Party. . Mrs. Harry Kirhy entertained • the Tuesday Contract club this v> veek when she also had Mrs Wiilker H. Baker'as7a guest. In the card games ^ lounge pillow vent to Mrs. M A. Isaacs for high- score. A- molded custrid- was served ..Tith cake, nuts a'.i'J coffee. Club Has Gue«ts. -Mraes..- Eugene Dickinson. Spur- fccon Patterson cf Birmingham, Ala., and- Joel. Chandler were . guests of -Mrs. Murray Smart when .-•lie also had members of the Ynung Matrons Bridge club lo play bridge at hsr hoinu Tuesday afternoon.' Hosiery "was Mr.i. Doyle Henderson's gift for hi.^h score. • Cheese sandwichrf. pickles, date nul Bavarian crecmi and colfee was served. Ecore prize, a vase, went to Miss Margaret Mcrrltt. Refreshments weir, server! as Hi; members took up business. 11 was voted to accept the invitation ol ihc Dud Cason post of the American Legion to use their now hul, when completed, for a mcellng place each Monday evening. • • » Uairelt-Byars ! Announcement has heen made of the marriage of Miss Lura l)y- ars, of Luxoru, lo Mr. Uiinwurd Oairrett, of this city. The wedding was solemnized at Marlon, Ark., on Thursday, October 10. For the ceremony the brldo wore a black satin dress trimmed with white faille crepe. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Grucy scrv- eJ as matron of honor and best man. Mrs. Gnrrdt Is the"daughter of Mr .and Mrs. J. O. Bynrs of Lux- oru. When u student al the Luxora high school she was outstanding In scholastic nffnlrs. The bridegroom Is u senior In high school and will continue his school work until his graduation He and his bride are al home wjtl Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Gar Flees Luxury, Goes to Work Circle Una Supper. Fifty members mid friends o the Business Women's circle of til Presbyterian church attend co the supper party in the soda room of the chur?h last evening Money derived from this alfa .••111 be placed !u ihc treasury fo i he budget. Za] B. Harrison and the. Re 1 Sinai-' H. Salmon s|joke infonnall und music by Miss I.eono Call cotl, Miss Jane McAdams, B: Trotter, Mrs. Raymond Fowler an Mrs. Charles Bright, enlertaiiie ll:e guests during supper. . * * * 0. K. S. Meets. A past matrons and pnsl patrons club was oi-gnnlzert among members of the local Eastern Star chapter last evening. Mrs. E. F. Blomoycr Is president of the group which • will meet the nfth Tuesday In each month. • Mrs^. M. 'Fitzslniinv'ns,' worvhy ma- t'on, led. the prcsniin. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ous Eberdt and Miss Patten, of Burdettc, weic visitors. * * * To Have Blnjo Tarty. •The Altar society of the Church ol the Immaculate- Conception will a bingo party Thursday even- Ing. 8 o'clock, at. the social hall. k.. .. •' ,-f — 5ISTER MARYS KITCHEN M(c was loo cnsy for Viola Snylcs, above, pretty 10-year-, uld CaruCRic Ttcli drama student, dauKlUcr of wcullliy ritls- btir'Kh i«vent3. anil elic slipped away lo (Mcvulaml anil found a job. EO tlio coiilii ray for her • own education. Hayti Society — Personal "The Proper Thing" hell without u tidal wave of thei old fashioned religion of Jesus Christ." At each service the Rev. Mr. Kdllur's Note: Questions cnti- cernln; etiqurtte will lie answered daily. You are invited tn use tln- •ulunin. "We hear so much about 'cul- Uire'. Just what Is 'culture'?" Culture, In Its .true mennink'. rs Not Enough Profess Christ Evangelist. DriverjGrove Mr. and Mrs~c. >. sprlnqer have moved to Half Moon Bassett draws for-his audience a; Mrs. Lola Gahies and Miv Fi-uik , picture. Already he has drawn Hall of Calumet were guests' of ! "Ill the Garden," "Beautiful Isle Mrs. Maudle Springer Mohdav of Somewhere," 'The Old Rugged Mr. and Mrs. Will Ed Shel'lon Cross," and the "Church by the R U th stubbs, Bessie Brock. Adrian " side of the Road." especial refinement and insle.- That doesn't mean that the person, who goes to school for a loua lime "Wild Animate" was the •hoEC-n by (he Rev. Carl D canipai "' , BIOCK were the guests of Mr. and t rt~ • c " r> A large number 01 yumus jivj,.-. Mi-s. Charles Springer Monday (CSS LhriSt OaVS DantlSti are attending their special service evening. lV,,,.,^lVi which begins each evening at 1:10 Miss Ruth Btubbs is the gllcs ' t of i vannoiict o'clock, 20 minutes before, the| Miss Bessie Brock this week, church service begins. The music is being directed by Mrs. Paul Tiplou willi tlie evan- «*' nt Kelist lending the song service with his trombone. Last evening there •Wild Animals.' was u veca i ( | u »i bv Mrs. Russell n .. il^_ -!--.._ • -^ -.- • ,., ,„. t-eased. Bits QJ Ntics Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon Smith JKIVC as their gueslR Mr. and Mrs. Alex Perdue, of Pine Bluff. Ark. Mr.. Purdue is u biother of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.'H. B. Mastersoy pent Monday in Cape Qirardeau visiting the forme's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. J. Maslerson. Mr."' and Mrs. Seth Compere, Jr., wlio formerly, lived. In ttie Pcnclergriibs home have now taken an apartment In the home ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Demy Moore. Mrs. Wolf Kliomle nnd daughter, Misses Ednn and Anna Mae nttcndcd i\ weeding of Miss BJnnctic Fordcfcy of Luxorn, Ark. and Mr. Hnlph Kourie ot Brinkman, Okla., Sunilsy allernoon Luxora. ' ^ Little Hugh Diulcaii:' Dorris small son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugl Dcrris, is' 111 with the whoopin Mrs. B. D. Crovii' left Friria for Florida where she will visi her sister. Mrs. Edllle Dean a Clennvntcr, La., rr.d her niece Mrs. Hal Burton, ot Miami. Sh will also visit otlicr points I Florida. Judge J. E. Duncan Ls holdln court in New Madrid this week BY S1STKK MARY NKA ijervlce Staff Writer The housekeeper who does no know broccoli will surely welcom Ihls vegetable with enthusiasm. I omt-5 to us from the Italians ant a true aristocrat among yegc hies.. Although broccoli belongs lo' the ibbage family, it Is very delicate flavor and texture and most In- grecn. There arc several different ways f serving broccoli, but Hollamt- tsc sauce seems to'he most Eull- ble with it. The Italian people Iten toss It in a hot mixture of live oil and lemon Juice after oiling It. Sprinkled with grated hcese Mid browned under the irollcr flame is another favorite Cameron vay of serving it. It can also be with a cream sauce, bul this s not the best way. Discard Large Leaves No matter how broccoli Is'to be 1 served, H must be well washed and ooked over. All very large leaves should be discorded. Imperfect leaves, of course, arc pulled from the stalks and thrown away. The blossom is more tender and delicately flavored than the G talks and leaves and often Is cooked separately. Large stalks sl'.oiiild be pared and tlie thick ends' split up. This enables the thickest, part to cook more quickly and prevents the tender heads from being over cooked and crushed. The outer ovcring of the stalks toughens a.s lie vegetable matures and Is slrin- y and woody, much like the'.ends f asparagus. Paring femovp? this ovcring and the stalks •areMnade endcr and palatable. ' Cook in an uncovered kettle ii s little water as possible to pre- ccnt of Christians. "If the sins of some ot you To speak of the proi>er u.«e of »: finger bowl or the ability to in- Oldest Sliawuee nlfs Li educe two people of cnl-' clnlrc '' members' were'nashcd. on SHAWNEE, Owia. blunder as being 'evidence that Bible is a pack of lies. nnd read words of one syllable. "Tno-inany tolks protcss Chris How are (lowers addressed when h,, rf n ,,.f ' ,., 1 ", but dont possess Christ. sent to a funeral?" llicy are aildressecl tu tlie tle- jcntly _rites were observed, for lie was (he lor ot more liiaii 100 grcal - „ _ v fcliareii nnd great-gieat "Many people are like the slip-1 grandchildren. pcry eel. They luck backbone. You |' Whim-Snug instead of your; Read courier news Want Ads. . ! Bible. You go joy-riding instead to I l-rozrn Fisli Revived i prayer meeting _- -- . MEDFORD. Mass. (UP)-D'.i.-insl "Everywhere churches are sub-! ent, cold spell, Mrs. Henry j sutullng reformation, ran found her 'wo KClttfisli, entertainment for encased in ice In tl-.elr globt- in the I sun parlor. She look the l into a warm room and 30 mlnntea later | both fish were swimming around, unconcerned. polilics and! the oldtimc poEpcl of the cross.anil Christ. You have culture clubs, and your literary societies, and your sociology, but ull that will never prevent America from rotting Into Children's Colds VA Yield quicker to Yield quick double action of STAINLESS now, it you prefer How much do you see? How much do you sec uhcn you malcc o tripV Do you mi»j the really impor- things? Do you think thac you ate seeing everything .incl rcnlly end up by seeing nothing? There is rtn art to travel. You h.ive 'o know how 10 travel in order to ger the nioit out of your trip. That's Bill Carter'* business. He's head of Cnttcr Travel Service, Memphis, Tennessee. And ]ic makes a s|x-cialty of planning cruiici and trips of c\'cry kind. His service costs you nothing. You pay only the regular railroad or steamship rate*. 1 He will be in your town soon. Just drop him a card now, care of Carter Travel Service, Hotel Peabody, Memphis, .and he will be happy ro call upon you when-he romes to your town. W. S. Knox, who has been ser- wtisly 111 for elshl weeks from malaria. Is worse. He Is at the home ol his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Knox. Mrs. Mn.v B. Held Is ill at he: home on West Main street. Joan Tricschmaii daughter ol Jlr. and Mrs. Joe G. Trlesehman, .:i convalescing fol'.on-lng an illness from measles. Mr. and Mrs. J.'.Neal Gesell are expected to rs. .. return today from a week's motor trip through the southern part of Aifcansns, Including El Dorado. Mr. and Mrs. CV B. Holt have Ir.ken the Stovail apartment. Before their recent marriage Mrs. Holt was Miss Am.-lc Lcc. The Rev. A. C. McKinnon. missionary lo Africa who Is in the United States on o furlough, will j r-:ive Friday for ;•. visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cinne. Ho will Mayor W. D. Byrd of Ca- cnt burning. Drain thoroughly be ore dressing and serving. Sail i added alter the" vegetable is abou lalf cooked. Allow 30 minutes fc V.e leaves and-stalks and about 28 ninnies for the head of blossoii Broccoli is particularly gcoQ'with lislv since the same tivrt.- b/iillcv suuce - is good, over both, but'^it Ls alsci'good with beef or vcaLjjnmb or-mutton..-' . -'?J Easy Hollandaise sauce is r .-'good with so many vegetables beside uroccolt that It Is well worth learning to make well. Easy Hollandaise Sauce Four tablespoons butter, 2 tablespoons flour, 1 'cup whltc-'stock or water, 2 egg yolks, 2 tablespoons lemon jnlcc. Melt 2 tablespoons butter.In : sauce pan and stir In flour, cook wilhoul changing color until mixture bubbles, stirring constantly Slowly add stock or water, stirring constantly. Cook and slir Hinti mixture boils. Remove from the fire and add about 1-2 cup of the sauce to the yolks of cg^s beaten. Return to remaining sauce and beat well. Add lemon. juice and butler, bit by bit, boating constantly over hot water, Cover ant keep ho! ,over hot bul not boilhib water until wanted for serving. ruthersville Chairman. Re elected preach at the First Presbyterian church Sunday moviilng. Msny Attend W. M. t;. Mcclln f . There was 45 members at the, meeting of the \Ytmaifs Mission- ft . iry union of the First Baptist rOptar church Monday altornoon. at thci church, when Mrs Ivy Crawford | Mrs. Willie Berry and family v,as leader ol a pri;»rnm "The Be- have ttiovcd lo Leachvillc ginning -*-••• - . i — l.racs". of Missionary Enlcr-l Charles Joe, small son of Mr. land Mrs. George Farley, has been Mrs. J. W. Bislit,)' led IhrrtTevo- sick for two weeks wilh measles. Uonal on "Gospel of Hie King'" I'om" in which . T. R. shcp- . . . h.'rd prayed. Aft..r Mrs. Craw- 'crd had spoken on "What Is Mis- E.nns?", these ialks were given: "God, the Father of Missions". Mrs. K. D. Marr: "Jesus in Missions". Mrs. R. L Reedcr; "fly? Early Church nnd Missions", Mrs. M. C. Outlaw; "pe Holy Spirit and Missions", Mrs. Raymond Zachry; "Prayer and Missions", Mrs. John Buchanan. Mrs. Lee Medlin played a nied- -'ey ol sacred hymns and Mrs Theodore Logan ottered prayer for other members. Mrs. Bishop, retiring president vas presented the W. M. U. pin as a gilt from all the members in appreciation of her work In the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Perry ot Dell vlsilcd here Sunday. Cayce Johnston of Rowland ited here Monday. Mr. and. Mrs. Boyd Tomlinson at:d family have moved to Lost Cane. Bryan Osborne and family nrc living In the house from which they mpvcd. Edith, Dixie Fnyo and Farmer Jackson jr.. of Dell are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. King, this week Don pates Is sick this week. CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.—At the annual meeting of Ihc Penilscol County chapter of the Red Cross Mayor W. D. Byrd WHS rc-ctcctcd county chairman. Other officers lor the ensuing year arc: 1st vice chairman. W. M. Cryslcr; 2nd vice chairman, J. T. Buckley; secretary. C. O. Raine; treasurer, R. C. Muihnik.s: public welfare, Mrs. D. P. Randolph: junior chairman. Miss Edna Oni- thcr; home service chairman, J. M. Cannon: volunteer chairman. Mrs. Hugh Tistiidt; publicity chairman. O. W. Chllton. The Pcnilscol Comity chapter board of directors for the new year, also named al this meeting. Carnthcrsvillc—J. M. Reeves N'. W. Helm. C. F. Blokcr, W. M. Cryslcr. Harold S. Jones. W. D. Byrd, Mrs. Hugh Tisladl. Swift—M. F. Curry. Warden—R. L. Warren. Concord—George B. \Vcl>b. L. K. Gale Pascola—T. R. Cole. Bragg City—Ed, T. V. Schoonovcr. R. NeUon. Deering—W. 'A. Hudxin. Braggadocio—Mrs. Earl Coppage. Holland—Noble Capchart. Gideon Monday's Menu BREAKFAST: Tangerines, cere al cooked wilh dates, cream, crisi [oast. milk, codec. LUNCHEON: Scalloped mucaron and onions, cranberry salad. Bos ton brown bread, milk. tea. DINNER.: Broiled fresh steaks, ricect potatoes wilh pinien to, broccoli wilh easy Ttolbndais sauce, pineapple and dices: ba salad, filled cup cakes, milk. cofTce Talking of itard l.uik MANCHESTER. Conn. 'UI'i—A ronr after Mrs. Swim G.ibiit-y, 63 was discharged fnm where she had Ixin h:»spita weeks, she was tack again, ruffcred a laintinc spell ,,i:(l ful! down a (light of Mai:!, .:i lh(- municipal biilldin'j Pr»ftiiional Women's Clab Entertained. Mrs. airland Morgan and Miss Hints tine Holland entertained . members of the Business and Professional Women's club and Mmes L. D. Chambltn, Lucy McAdan-.j and !>« Medlln ar.d Misses Thcl- ina Wells, Lorni Wilson nnd Louise Grigsby ivlth a Bunco I'a.rty. Montjay evening at the Morgan hom e on Chickasawba . avenue. Mrs. Cnambltn v,-on a .handker- , chief for first, honors, Mrs. J. a. ' B«rrj» received a handkerchief (or Uie traveling award and the low Hightoiver News Mr. and Mrs. lioy Ramcy and Roy Ramcy relumed Sunday from Maryctta. Miss., where the were called by the illness of their father. Ml', and Mrs. Earl Jones have relumed from I^uislana, where they were married. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Erby Bramlctl at Lula, Miss. Mrs. Jones, before her marriage, was Miss Stella McKay Reuben Bramlett and lamllj ""d Warden Bramlell arc moving In Luxora. Lloyd Haikcy Is vlsillng his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,)olm Harkey Hospital Notes Admitted to the Blylhevilin lios pital: .Mrs. Rosle Wright, Cootci Mo., J. R. Robertson, Canithers vlUe, Mo. ;rews. Hayti—J. T. Buckley. Mrs. C. O. Raine. Mrs. Lamar Thompson. Steelc—Ncwberry Johnson. G. G. Bowcn. Cooler—T. If. Briggancp. Coltonwood Point—J. \V. Curtis, oi:ru:i: IN THF.' CHANCKRY COURT, CH1CKASAWBA D I S 'I R I C'l, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS, R. G. Wood. Piaini.::, vs. Pearl MiUigan We, d. Uriiv.dnnt. • s The defendant. Pearl Milligan Wood, is warned fi ap;x-ar -within f.lrly days' In t!ic court 'named '{n the caption ho-tol and answer the complaint of ihc plnit..iiT, R. G. Wood. \ Dated this 17 dr. ol J:u . 1034. R. L. GA1NKS. ecrk. Ea|il\Manat(. Ally \. Ad Litem 1V-J4-31 1 Dwarf Out for Office MUNCIE. Hid. tUP)—u doesn't always take a large man to be a statesman, thinks Chester Kes- saer, 2D, who Is only 44 Inches tall. He has filed his candidacy for city clerk. He formerly was a vaudeville entertainer. GRADE A Raw Milk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy "In Reply to \T /"il • /»t i • -•« Your Classified Ad Four linos or three lines or two in Iht Courier News— and ; t little cafe changes hands, an aging couple gets iiuto ti-ans|X)i-liitioii ^outli, two heart-broken sweethearts arc friends again. A telephone story, focused into a few clear, economical words by a helpful ad- titker—and the second floor back liuds a roomer, Lizzie finds a new garage, Johnny finds his terrier.. Slraiitfu wants, everyday wants, want-; urgent, ""'I trivial find a voice and an answer in the Courier 'News Classifieds—and bring to every Courier News reader a page tilled with drama often, with thrill- occasionally, with. OPPORTUNITY always. COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS

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