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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 8, 1936
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TWO BLYl'HEVILLB,.. (AltK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 8, 103G Social Calendar SUNDAY'S EVENTS ,, Junior ' Hadassali Having Mother's Day tta al the hut. 3 p. m \Valcry Salads Inexcusabie-- Wire Basket Is Aid In Draining Miss Lucile Bomiancl 'And Dick Watsou Wed Announcement Is being made tcdav of 'the man 1*60 of "'^ i iv-i-.^, »Lucile Bou.)»nd, daughter of Mrs. l ,^f lo Myrtle Bouiland' and , the late John G. Bourlnnd, to bicl. Wat- IIV AIAIIY K. HAtJUK NBA' Smvcc Sluff Writer • Thank Goodness, the cult of Is ndvnnclni;. Time did dreadful noble green, but no fork. Add moist and mayonnaise to make servo on crisp lettuce. Garnish with slices ot hard cooked eg if. Bits of News Mostly Persona! Spring, lilucjays and-Swallows. . , son, son of Mrs. E W. Watson, of Kciser. The wedding service was peiTormed. May 5 at Marlon with the Rev, W ,W. Albilglit, pastor of the •> Me thodH •' ehm c h t he i e, flsklng the sows. •Ihe bride had l]cr sister, Miss Virginia Bourland, for her maid of honoi and Mobley Estes was Mr Watson's best man. The bride, who is a member of a pioneer Ulylhevlllc family, graduated from the city high school in 1935. She has been, connected vith the South* c.stern Bell Tele- phcno Company. Mr. Wation graduated fiom the , Wilson high school in 1930 He and his bride will make lliclt home at piescnt on Mrs. Boui- -Jand's fntni near Yaibro Mr. WAt- son is connected with the Phillips Service Station at th<$ stale *..: • * Has Cliib Tarty. Mrs. J. H. Elk ins and Mis r L Engler \\eio guests of Mis Charles L Wylle when she had the' Thursday Bridge club, R«e^ and pcwles decoinkrt her IK Ing room wheic Ihc eight ladies played bridge and wcic , To be <[iille perfect, . siilfid diced pickled bids. 4 sardines, -1 greens should be thoroughly chill- , linrd cooked Potato S»l:id a \'i f.uKf, Two clips diced po'alncs, |teaspoon grated o'.ilon, 1-2 cup mnyonnnlsc, out trace of. water .clinging to the | Use smnll new potatoes. Scrub ' , ed and crisped and served with- let Luce. surface, . A 'watery sotad is ohomlnntlon. Therefore nllow , of time : to UKc cure of the mi nnd boll In tender. I'cel sailed water until as soon as cool enough to handle. Cut into nral, business properly. The wire salad] dice nnd chill. Remove skin and baskets nmke (or Quick woVk but-bones from .snrdincs and sc|inrntc If you lie the greens loosely In iv : | Into flakes. Cut CRgs In .slices, big square of cheesecloth and Combine inn'lerlals lightly swing vigorously you will plish the samc.resull, I'lai-e on IMcnu Varies mayonnaise and serve on crisp lettuce. Some oilier good combinations In some purls of the country'for Inexpensive salnd.s are the fol- like to serve Inc. salad lowing: Mr. and .Mrs, Charles L. Wylic will have as their quests for the Crawford of 1lu!> M foim- crly lived here when Mr Greene week-end, Mr. and Mrs. orcene nnd Dr. liby, l-2l noclt ' Mr - an<l M|S - scncd game. n salad plate tiftei tho The puzC hosiery, went to Mrs Fred Ruthciford, and Mrs BlUus received a handkerchief foi high guest awaid immediately following Ihe course, in tojne, as n first course, In this case the salnd ticls-os im niipellzer and whets jaded appc- (llos. Naturally, Ink .type of-.KiI- nd inust lie plquanl -and nol.''siil)-. stitntlnl. However, outhoi l(ic:i ,;oti Just how to do things sccin to be agreed Hint the' place for Ihe salad course is following the meal course In the dlniicr menu. Hearty snlnds arc welcome for Sunday nli;hl suppers nnd iinon| utiches. The combination of meat and vegetables Is excellent mid he following salads afo nourtsh- ng and economical ' examples of tills; type o[ salad. ; .1 Serve Irani Bfilad wltli rye bread lint' butter and i n frtitt dessert. - Turin Hsli, eclcw, hard cooked eggs, and lettuce. Salmon And pens combined with shredded Icttiiec and server! on a be of romalnc • Boiled veal, 'diced carrots, celery niid' diced pineapple combined with mayonnaise and served on a bed,: of 'endive. - : ' jrnrls of diced ham, shredded cabbage- arid 1 pineapple combined with mayonnaise. Has Club. Colorful garden flowers : added riecoiati\e note to Mrs A. Con- May's Itiing loom jtstcrrtny when she hn'd the ThvrMlay Lunchdon club for lunch nnd, a' bridge game. ' < Mrs J. Louis Cr^ciry won the prize »• » • * Country Chili ' ' ' Has Ciii a Tarty. ifri. A. Conwhy and Mra Cecil Shane were In chaigc ot fie card pnity al the country club last night. A, red and while" color scheme was carried, out in t?ic r ihlllcs nnd. 4efr.cfju>)<yil wroic^.,,' noses nnd other enrden^ (loners dfcoiiit ed Ihe ball loom. ' In HID: bridge gnnie.s Mrs. B. A. Lynch ^on bath poudci, In n fancy bo\, for ladles' luqh, Mr. Shnno won n cigarette box for men's high nnd Mrs Hairy Kirbj received n cljnrcllc box for the low score, award. French ppstrics were scned W. Hatg or New York citv, with i - llam Salad 'pne • and ;' ono-hulf cups diced cold boiled him 1,1-2 cups diced cold; bolted' iwlatoev 1 cup .diced celery; 1 hard cooked egg," mayonnaise. Combine' ham, pola.tbcs mid' celery, '.tossing lightly-.with a Over the Bridge Table IJj Th n funny lh|njj' b'ut of the numerous parties -the past week there wns not n breath Of gossip Oeceola Society — Personal Mr. nnd Mrs, A. W. Howcn ami Mr. nnd Mrs. J, s. Ward have vqturhed from a week's visit wil'h and Mrs. Louis ciwaltncy af was superintendent of the city public schools. W. M. Shci-rell. of Braggadocio, Mo., Is a patient al [lie Memphis Methodist hospital. Etui Randolph, of Wilson, was aclinilled to the St. Joseph's pllnl, Memphis, yesterday. Henry Smith of Hoi'stoii, Texas, who Is here because of tho death of his father, J. P. Smith, went to Newborn, Tcnn., yesterday, Inv mediately . following his father's ] funeral, for the funeral of Mrs. Umllh's cousin. Sum. Fowlkes, who died Wednesday. He was nccoin- panlcd by oilier relatives of Mrs. Sriillh who camo here flrsl for Mr. Smith's funeral. Mrs, J. K. Callawny, of .Arkn- dcliJhla, Is (the gncat of her darghlcr, Mrs. Charles li. • Wylle, aiid Mr. Wyllc, for several weeks Spurgcon Patterson, who iq- cenlly underwent a major ojrera- tlon, lias recovered and Is again working. He left yesterday for Little Rock am! Shreieport Mrs Paller.son .and rtaVghtor, Vivlap, will remain' here foi a while before returning to their home at Jackson, Miss. Mrs. T. H. Hayncs Is III from Influenza at her home at Ne'v Libcvly. Miss Laura Flail, Ins gone to Jotiesboro to spend the Mpna. Mr. nnd Mrs. I. S. Burton and daughter, Margaret, drove lo Parn- gould this aflcrnoon for the weekend with Mr. burton's parents. Mrs. Ely Driver and daughter Mrs. nob Kcndrlck, nnd MLss Vivian mlrloy entertained the senioi class with a- bunco pnrtv at ths home of Mrs. Driver Tiicsdny nlghl, In sp"dal compliment, to ildon rnlrlcj valedictorian of tne class Gilbert Rogers and Mary Elizabeth Ballonc: won< first'prize,; while: sec. ond pil/e went lo Harold Hcndm (pilntiblc)—so sa\ all om h lends 1 nnd Jeincllc Montague The hon li answer lo What do jou know? .orcc wiu. also [resented with, i gin cammed" wilh practictillj no news Mrs ifiKhiDlUaluintj entertain iy> !*!L>o fthnkt Ojt bones of^oniJed her bridge flub J\iesdaj nli^ljlr weatl'd'brnln to think up some Mrs Braxton Brigg \\on lla club all by oursclf. I prise and Mrs. .Clyde ..Rttfnnrds of Jcttlc Drlici Osicoln has a'Marion''III wtis : given the guesl those cule little | pna> Mrs Rlclnrds is the B«esl TT'S spring!' •*• youngsters Time for lo ope n months wide for sulphui ,iiul molasses. 13vit better fare went down the uul- lels of Ihese three waifs — bluciays orphaned by a falling tree. Their rescue by Mri. Hauy Lang, Hollywood, Is an exap)- plc for bird lovers solicitous ot spring's feathered foundlings. J«bby Greer's Orchestra Plays for Rotary Club The Rotary club had a nn's- cal program nt its weekly luncheon meeting yesterday, at the Hotel Nobtc. Bobby Greer nnd his orchestra played numbers eon- fined lo old favorites including 'All Alone", '"Remember", "St. Louis Blues" and "The End of .1 Perfect Day". ' .'. Operetta Tonight The c|cmcnt>iry dcparlmen(' of the Armorel school ' is present- Ing mi operetta "Sonny Boy" to- n!jhl, 7:30 o'clock, at Hie Armorel Junior High school. Mrs." Alice Womack, Miss Kathryn Grcar and Miss Margi|eri<o Matthews are in charge of the musical. !'i ' • Give Centennial Play il Pupils of Miss Alia Darlington's room presented a centennial play. 'Hie Bluebird," for Central Ward assembly this week. The diameters were Steve Brooks, Pullman porter; Everett Peterson, the.boy; Constance Denton, the girl; June Martin, Miss Arkansas; Harry Halnes, the governor. These pu- pUs prescnlcd this play for the P. E. O. several weeks ago. DR. SALIBA Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat Clinic I CLASSICS KITTED - 210 - Ingram Dldg. Oi'.ko'Wicmi! 418 - lies. 410 BILIOUSNESS Everything' for Yam Knlcrlalnmciil'. anil Comfort . .. OOUCST SI'OT IN TOWN! new Cord hendllghts Ihc fender during, the day (so the car will hnve 'less wind resistance with which fold nway Into of her sister, Mrs C S B Driver Emini Co\ was hostess to a farewell dinner at her homo north anil so go faster, my dears)—we o! town, Tuesday night, honoring Me hoping for.'ft--vide- .'. . .,;tlic 'her aunt, Mrs. John Evans of west Drivers always have the "most I TjUfayeUe, Inrt., who has been hei handsome vehicles , . . Eva Riilli! guest for, • several weeks. Those of Mr. and Mi's. J. soiV; were Included present Ernest HBs- -In the • - 50 Enfcrlahis Club. Mrs. G. E. 'Keck hnd the TlHiis- day Contract club when Mrs. J. 'Ernest'. Hasson won the prize, a crystal basket filled with roses. The "hosless used roses lo decorate her aparlmcnt. An'ice course-was served after Ihe card game t » » Guests At Club. Mrs. :Max D. Miller, of-Helena, Mrs. Harry Klrby and Mrs. Walker H. Mrs. C. the Thursday Luncheon club. She iisefl swee't^as .for tho bouquet on her dining room tn- ble and other early summer Jlo;v- ers decorated the :• living room. Mrs. Everett B. Gee and Mrs ROES D. Hughes won In the bridge games. Has Itoftk Club. Baker were gvcsls Of W, AITJIck when slio had dance details next week secret with the at present. .that Jeff Soland bets the new swimming' pool 'will be ready by June 1 (he can get plenty of takers on that bet) . . . that the girl whose nnmc begins with "L" Walter Cox of Lcach- Oscai Fcndler, and Mrs Jorios] Stevens . (Mrs./Gene Still) hns p're.scnt'wcrc: ; Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Diuhnns, ot Mcmuhis, gitest been wined and dhicd' 1 since she'Coblcl'Mr. and Mrs., Ben preen. got here .from : PiymOu[h, N. iO.-' -'Dr, and Mrs. W. J. ; Sh«ldan. Mrs! Among Ihc...times slie\.hns bccnjC. L. Drake, Tal T'oug'tUc,' and Mr lal-.en to ^feIllphis was today xvhen and : Mi-.s. she, Lou Orabcr, Ramcllc Apple- ^'l 1 '':. baitni,. and Mary Ellen .Young (Osceola) arc g\lcsts of ' Prtiiline Stein (Memphis) at the Vcaborty • . . in thlnHiig or fulure happenings we remember thai a good party is in the /making for the BJuo Room Saturday night . that the 'country"club Is having a •Mimmcr She has been connected with Tlv- Craflon company. N. P. Moore, of Memphis,. is Ihe guest of Mr. and Mrs;>E.:.A Pisher and family. He formc'rlj lived here. .W. H. Slovall anil C. E. Eclij: are atlending lo in Ll(' lie RoCk loday. '.'"": Mrs. Ward Williams, of Osccblf was Ihc 3ucsb of Mr. nnd Mr: J. R. Slovall yesterday. • Mrs. Willtnm P. Coolcy ha returnc<i lo her home In ! Joiiic after a visit with her parents, Mi and Mrs. M. T. Moon.' ';. .lone. 1 ; J. Di'iiham, of Mcniphls. will arrive tomorrow night,,to SpciHl the week-end with'• Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest Hnsson. J, •' Cl|ar\C5 Crlgcer 'ji|., ^^Uciideti ilo business in Mempliis', yesterday, Mr. nnd Mra. C. ! A. Cuiiniiig- hatn returned : yesterday fro'm Little Hock and Hot Sminus where' llicy spent, a week. They went over lo the meeting, of the slate bar association at Hot Springs niid spent several days in Little .Rock eh route home. . • Mrs. j. II. Smothcrmnn and daughter, Miss Gladys, have.'re-, turned from .Hlcknmn, Ky., where Will Build Stage \t MalcyFicldFoi- (Ionictinial Pageant Plans for nil outdoor stage to ac- 'onimodnte the five episodes of the Arkansas Centennial Pageant, to be ven nt Haley Field "On; May 21, r,.c moving rapidly to completion, ac cording to Harold SC'nnce, chair man of the .stage committee. Unusual features of the stas construction .will provide opportun- j ity for all spectators gathered al Haley Field to witness the pageant from any angle, Mr. Schnec states. Dances typical of Arkansas Ihrn- out Us history will be directed by Miss Margaret Moffclt, cooperal- Ing with Miss Martha Winbiiriv general director, and Miss Mdnta Hughes. These dances will'be presented by students from Central, Lange, and Sudbnry schools, and by junior nnd senior high school [•ronps. The pugcant vvns written by Mrs. Alan Cazort-and Mrs. Gny Gatforl and Is the pageant which won Ihc Centennial Pageant prize given by Mr.s. Jcfrm P. Welnmann. The pageant Is divided divisions or e])isodcs, each of which is being prepared, by a .difltrtnl roiip of students. Each school of this town episode. . Is responsible for one In a Charles recent film . fans' ballot Laughton headed the popularity list of British actors gaining ne krl> twite as niMiy votes. »S George Arllss, who ranked second. they linvc been since Tuesday. visiting relatives They \vcrc ac- TMr.' aiid Mrs. C. I). Driver nc- compauied Mrs. • Driver's fiiolhor, Mra. c. L. Richards, to the Baptist hospital lu Memp'nls Wednesday where she was operated upon ycotcrday. Her condition is satisfactory. Mrs. Raymond Oartwrlght hns returned from Cairo, III., whore she was the 'guest of Mrs. orn Oliver. Mr. nntt Mrs. T. N. Jordan and son, TonVmle Nick, will arrive- to- dny from Ml. Vcrnon, ill., for several days visit with Mrs. Jordan's „__ ......... „ grandmother and mint, Mrs. W. B. really be married sometime i Flannlgnn, nnd Mrs. Jo'nn W. Ed- companied home by Mrs. Smplh- cnuans. sister, Miss Lidn Moore. Mrs. Russell Phillips aiid ison, Russell, went lo Nnshviltc, Tenn.,' today to spend Mother's Day with Mrs. Phillips' mother, Mrs. George R. Calhoun. ringlon. Among the movers are the Bob Friends Kirshncrs. . (whom we wish would stay home so, cute house all we can sco that finished) and the , ,, ^ L. , , , , , 1-1VI1I5 n Mrs W T, Crtersl entertained elude that .terri the".' 'Thursday. Rook • chib , last night whcri ; she also. had as her gi-sst^ Miss Cora L2c Colcman. Peonies and 'wyfella. from her jard. decorated th6 house. Ice crcaiti,: topped with strawberries, and bake 'were served after the^ Rook games. Henry Humphreys whose "done over" house. looks so nice and cool in while and green. Past cvcnls not mentioned In- Mc sick headache In Osccola received a soc- NaTarcnc Church \Vomcn Have ?<fcctinj. 'Oie Woman's Mlssionars- itty of the yirsl Church of the Npzareno rrtet- -.with -'Mrs.- .Oscar Alexander Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Bylce opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs; Alexander read the scripture lea- Eon The Jjrofram dealt the theme: •';. "Co- Partners God" -\ f _Tlierc were eight pre-scut. one of the Little Ilock ladles picked up cnroitlc here, which made Ihem cut their visit with the Houcnlns and the Lynches a day short. We know a man who spent 2j cents for a harmonica and ad- ! mils it wasn't for his little daughter—it's a wonder some one hasn't bought a tuba since seeing "Mr. Deeds Comes To Town." which was to nur mind (and apparently every body's else) the cutest show sccii here In nianv a (lay.. ' ' - y message yesterday from Thonias- vllle, :Oa., that J. Y. Jones of this city underwent a major operation there Tuesday and r-3s condition Is rcirartcd as satisfactory. Mr. Jones has been in falling health for several months and went to Thomas- .villc six. 'weeks ago to visit n niece, in the ho)>e of Improvement. Mrs. Jones left ten days ago to be with him. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Stephens attended the closing exercises of Hatcher consolklatcd school yestci-day afternoon and accompanied their daughter. Miss a member of Mary Alice, who is the faculty, home. , . Miss Stevens has been employed to teacTi in the school again next year. TOR DISTINCTIVE 1JEAUT.Y SERVICE Call 106, MARGARET'S IIKAUTY SHOP Ingrain BHg. Mother's Day Special ,8x 10 I'Yampd Portrait 5 0 A"d Tiiis Coupon Groups 50c Extra ' Offer Good Only Until May 10 JJKLT'.S ART STUDIO PICKARD'5 GROCERY OUR MEATS ARE AS GOOD AS THE BEST THEY MUST SATISFY Staple « Fancy Groceries 10'H Chickasawba Phone 073 HE V/INNAH' VOUR P/IRDOM.S1R CRAIG'S DAIRY '15 THE WINNER.! vfHBRTA*TY PURE M1LK <ilVES " Belter Light-Better Sight. The only path to contented reading—enough light to see by, nnd ' , good cyca to see with, i^ou can • make sure of Ihe light; kt us care for your eyes. Have them examined today. J.L. GUARD Optometrist At Guard Jcvvclrv Store 001) FRKSH Craig'Dairy Milk wins always in PURITY and SAFETY. Its nourishing elements help develop robust health. DANCE TONIGHT with With Courier News .Classified Ads Pay -.- fiVEnV : BAY Kodak finishing—any size 8x roll, finished 'complcl*. 38c Post caid photographs. 2 lor 2Sc or SI jrcr d6zen. Stamps. 6 for lot. Wylie Picture Shop Across From Roxy Tliealrc FLOWERS FOR MOTHER Remember Tour Jlothcv. with Flowers Next Sunday The One Appropriate-Gift See Cjur beautiful blooming plants and cut flowers , * ', , Wear a Flower for Mother Ro3es, Gardenias, Carnations or a Corsage Honor Her .'with Flowers from ^ '/HEATON'S'HOME 'OF FLOWERS Couple In tho Benuliful Air Conditioned. BLUE ROOM Music by BOBBY GREEK AND HIS BAND OP ROMANCE HOTEL NOBLE The Usefulness of Bank Loans —fi'ocs furllicr limn merely helping the fmrrnivcr who obtains the loans. B ANK loans provide business enterprises with immediate cash for payrolls. They make possible the' purchase of raw materials to keep manufacturing activities going. They enable merchants to buy good;, to serve the public and thereby earn deserved profits. They help the fanner lo finance his crop,-, aiid livestock during the growing season and to 'make wise purchases of in-riled material and equipment. HocaU'C these credit functions are necessary not only to profitable operation for business but also to the comfort, welfare and health nf all the people, the banker deems it ;i |<;iil of his professional nl>liga>- tion to jjrjint sound loans lo qualified borrowers. • Insured l!y The I''edcial Deposit-Insurance Corporalioii Wastiinglon, D. C. $"1,000 Mil\iinum Insurance For Depositor ICach Fanners Bank & Trust Co, Blythevilie, Ark. A PRODUCTS SPECIALS I'ridXvrSiitnrda.v-ISinulay AMUROSIA LAYKR CAKI3 19c INDIVIDUAL PECAN HOLliS ' eacli : 2c':•-•• DATE DUOl'S . doz,.12c'. INDIVIDUAL' NUT- PECA cadi 4c = MOTHER'S' DAY CAKES (Beautifully Decorated) 50c Orders Taken for Layer Molliri's Day t'iikcs BLYTIIEVHIE BAKING CO. Phone 310 I>IE MOTHER'S DAY SERVICES MORNING SERVICE: , "WhatType of a (llirislian Aro'tTon?"" . . - Mrs.-ilan-y Fritzius, Soloist B'aplisinal Service for Women EVENING SERVICE: V. Subjeel: "GotPs Second Hosi" Special Music by the Choir FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Alfred "Carpenter, Pastor Tonitc Only- Pal Nile Atlulls Adinidcil for I'riee ot 1 i J All •rilillrirrn —IIV ' ' WE DEFY YO] to solve this mur- cfW mystery/ -It's | baffling, j e h fe r'- taining! CHESTER'MORRIS MADGE EVANS LEO CARRILLO FRANK McHUGH • ENITA.HUIVIE G RANT MITCHELL K«lharln« ALEXANDER J. CARROL NAISH Srlccfc:! iadncc— 10 '* Nijhl— 10 ,t 25c— H'ilb lu/;Ta\ 35c-^Wilh Ic Tax Sa WILLIAM BOYD JIMMY ELLISON OMSLOW STEVENS Mi/tl«IE»aRi • Gaorga Hajei i Dtteclod by Kowctd SfclSsrlon "AHarry SKlrman Piadutllotl C'nilnoii and Serial—"Hasli Gor- j.' ( . ilon" willi liii.slcr Crabbc '• Adin.—Matinee A- Night—16' &-23ii With .Ic Tax —Coiilinuoiis Showing— II! Sunday - Monday ami Major UCIYCS' Anintcin- Thc.itrc of Ale •\ilni.—Miilinrc & Night—10 Jt/Sa V'itfi \r Tax —Continuous Showing;— TUESDAY.. MAY 12- S50.00 BANK NIGHT!

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