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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVJLLE. (ARK.) COUUIER-NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 19, 193<K? Items 6f Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Society Calendar ..' •• , Monday ' ' .' ' Circles-of ..the- woman's. Mls- slinr.n- Society of the First "Methodist "church, will meet at. these h;»es;'=" circle- l.-.Mrs. E. p. Fcr-« ouicn with Mrs. A. C. Haley also, . !i tto; circle 2.Mrs. W, I. Den-1 ten- elide 3, Mrs. Wyatt Henley. The Lnke. Street ..Me Mod is'! church missionary society meets with Mrs. Leslie Moore. . . . Copiplimcntv Guest • : Included In the 16 (;i'.«ls present fov the brlc^e p.im of Miss Maclo Mo.n Fildii .ifurnoo*' there V.H J- tl'.tsa girls' from r ' the city:.th8.'nono.'ei'. 1'iiss ».«,. WJ1- sun of Poplar Bluff; Mis" ncr- ttudo and Eur^nia pRrlii- .-•. Lake Village who uri rJests ..';. Misses Emily Tompkins.', &r.d HliJa Hoi-. land; Misses Marjorle Doyle and' Ruth Lynn of O^ccolo and Miss Helen Howton o? Luxora. Phlox featured the .garden flow-, ers arranged In the two rooms amid : v the four tables the 'ticlicloiis summer dessert carried out a rainbow color scheme. .A necklace, the award for first honors, went to Miss Martha Chambers and Miss .Vivian Holland received a handkerchief lor low; score. ' ' : To Teach Class ' .Mrs. A. S. Harwell will leach the Dorcas Sunday scoool class of the First Baptist, '.church tomorrow rrjornlnif for tlie -first time and efforts are being made to have all members present.. Circle Not to Jlctt •' '.Circle 4 of ljhe,.woinan's missionary society in-Uw^First Methodist church will not.meet in July or August. . ; ' Club Meets Miss Irene Crowder was hostess to the Night'Bridge club when she also entertained.Miss Mar/ While, .of Shaw, La., who Is the^liimie-1 guest, of Mrs. Holand preen."'- ilrs. Slats Craftcn received the . prize and Miss ..White Kas'.iemeni- ]• bcred with a gift. •An appetizing fruit salad course refreshed the two tables-of players. Promise Land News I Mrs. Jerry While Is recovering | rapidly-Irom the injury suffered to i her ankle last Saturday. i Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Shelley pf I , Steeie, Mo,,'were Lhe guests qri ' Mick Thursday. '"' • Leonard Garner of Utah Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Garner. ' Miss Eiila Perduo of Bragg City, j Mo., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. j Albert BurXs last week. 1 Julius Brisendtne, Hal 1 Cutler, j Frank Htzgerald, Walker Mc- Gaiighey and their families rind a | picnic on the Mississippi liver; Thursday. Mrs. Joe Powell and daughter. Ester of Caruthersvill cwcre guests of'the former's son, George Skelton, Wednesday afternoon. ijtss Lois Mick spent the past week with her cousin. Miss Sunshine Mick, of Tomato. Llltl-3 Joe Powell jr., of Carulh- ersville. Mo., was the guest Wcd : netday and ' -Thursday of Louie Mack and'John.Mick.' ; Little Jack Hawkins is improving after a sertoiB'~6pe'ralion'. ' '-••:• Miss Ger^ldirie -Gatnej has returned from.Zalma, Mo., where she spent her summer vacation. Mr..and Mrs. Russell Galn'es'of Eurdttte were guests Wednesday Bits of News Mostly Personal I'lUST CHRISTIAN'CHURCH i:. K. fallmtr, Mlnibler Church school 8.45 a. m. Communion nnd sermon 11 a. in. Subject "The Christian's God."Union Vesper service 5.30 p. in. SKCON'P 1IAPTIST CIIUUCH WEEKLY- SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Leader, Liberator and Lawgiver The International Uniform Sunday School Lesson for }fly 20. Leader, | Liberator and Limlver. txod. 3:1-U. BV WM. E. (ilLKOV, I). I). on the First Methodist church Editor of The Conjrcgatlonalibt lawn - Tlie three-fold title of our lesson describes one of the great heroic figures of history—a man whom K. /-. N'ewsom, Pastor tne whole world has united with | Sunday st::ool. 0:45 a. in. W. M. ">e Jewish race In revering for his Mrs. P. L. Husbands and son, J.'lifovl'tk. superintendent. | supremacy. B. accompanied by Mrs. Husbands'; Church, 11 a. in. Sermon by thtl Tllc 5t o r y of Moees is so pictur- I molher, Mrs. Lauru Youii£, and! pastor. j tsnae and romantic that the llul? ! sons, George and Hemlia, return- u. y. p. u.. 0:45 p. m. i cn " d raa V " lri11 to it. The picture led to Ihelr home in Haltlcsburg, Church. 8 p. m. Sermon by lho! of tllc °abe abandoned In the ark MISJ., yesterday after a week's stay p.iMor. of bitllrushcs, ami of the adopted h.:re. • it is hoped to break all records £on ° r p haraoh's.daughter in honor Leo Alverdo, of Jonc-sboro, at- i at the Sunday school and the pas- i ("id distinction in the paluce. com tended to business here this week.' tor is planning to organize a men's Upton Booker has gone to Los • labile class. riKST WlKSBYTEUIANJCIIUKCIl Mrs. TtKlma Lane ft .student, ut i Marsh Jl. Callavay, I'astov Arkansas A. and M. at Joncsboro; Sabbath srliocl meets at 9:45 with this summer, is at home for the i a duss to lit the need of every week-end. • pupil. Miss Kuliy Wilson Is returning j Morning worship, II a. in. Sub',lo her home In roplar Uhifl, .Mo., Jccl of :,<rinon. "Gcd's 'Institutions." tion will worship in the Union ' j the flrs.t of the week after a visit! | Ev,?nln!j washlp: Tin- congrcga- wilh Miss Marie Moon. • ' ' " '" ! Ml 1 , and Mrs. T. II. IlnyncK mp- i lercd to'Memphis today to visll i their daughter, Mrs- Hussell Fair, Vesper Service on lawn of ' Method 1st church al 0:30 p. in- Christian Endeavor at the church 7:M p. in. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m, anu family. Mr. Hnyues will velum tomorrow while Mis. Haynes will probably remain for a longer visit. ; . Miss Ellrabelh Cnrdwell. of Paragould, is the liouscguesi. of Mr. I and Mrs. Harry Klrby for . several I days. They will accompany her lo>™ c1 } at both morning anil eve- Paragould tomorrow where they ""• , '"' , will spend the day wilh relatives. ' s ' amiay W' 100 ' Q;3 ° a - '"• Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gray and fam- TUCII OK THE NA7AIIKNK A. T. SlcAnall)-,. raster Kviingclut F 1 . R. Morgan Ing lo the consciousness of his oneness with his people, Is such as to enlrancc the child and to Inspire flamliig youth. And at . the same time the strength and power of hi. leadership in revolt and thc'> capacity and vision of Moses' as lawgiver make him a figure whom the world's great, leaders may ire vere, and to' whom they have, as t matter of fact, always given t' ei: great admiration. lly spent yesterday In Memphis' with Mrs. Gray's sister, Miss Hosa M. Hardy, who has been seriously ill at the Methodist hospital. She Is now resting very well. Miss Mary White, of Shaw, La., Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. l«ol- iind Green for several days after having also visited in Osceola llils . week. I Miss "Gwendolyn l-'isher relnnxxl | home -J'rldny afternoon from Hoi-. land where she has been visiting' her aunt, Mrs. Noble Capchart. She was accompanied home by Misses' M.ury Virginia and Kuliy j Lyn Cap'charl who will spend the • week-end with her. Mrs. J. H. Fisher and Mrs. John Long arc motoring to Haytl this afternoon to attend the funeral Prcnchlne 11 a. in. The young people of the church will render a program al, the tent 'i p. m Evangelistic service 1:30 p. m. Preaching 8 p. m. We have classes for all ages. Fell a Divine Call As in life case of Abraham, tii chief Interest in Moses is. after all, the religious interest. He was a man with a sense of the divine I call, responsive lo spiritual emotions and incentives, a thoughtful man', like all thoughtful men feeling his own weaknesses and inade quacles in relation to the world of will 1 llo l )(; and aspiration that opened efore him and a man evidently ' limited power of verbal e.\pres- on as so many men of action have ten been. The greatness of Moss was that in his weakness he was apablc of becoming a medium of ivine strength. In his humility he ould so devote himself to a cause lat the cause gave him courage lid power. I.UMIKKAN CHURCH K. II. Kocrber. Pastor Keivu'es held in Episcopal church Sunday school. 7:15 \>. m. Chiirch service. 8 p. m. Thciiu 1 o[ siTiuon, "Guilty or Nol Guilty. What Decides in God's Count." I HIST KAI'TIST CHURCH A. S. Harwell, ,1'aslor S~A~> 11. in. Sunday school. "A Bible si-hool with a place for cvery- oni>. Cnmn thou and study with us.' services of Mrs. Basil Heard o! '. .Moniiur; worship 11. Pastor's sub that clly. ' ! :?cl. "God's Watchman on llii Miss Ailcen Appellon. o[ Mem- 1 Tower." phis, Is the guest of Mr. and Mr;;. L. D. Chamblin and family. Slu- arrived lust night, accompanied by her brother, Garner Appelton, who motored down for her. .Mrs .Berry a. Brooks jr.,. Is rc'- lumhig home tomorrow after 'a week's stay with' her- mother, Mry. Allah Walton. Mr. Brooks, uf Mem- Osceo/a Society—Personal Mrs. II. A. Cartwrlgltf and Miss Rose White, were charming hostesses ; a( a bridge, party Tlmibday afternoon entertaining at Mr.s. Cartwriglit's home in O.^ccola In especial compliment lo their" sisler- In-lw. -Mrs. Cicrdfrcy White, who was before her recent marriage, Miss Jaj'ne Conway Field of Dly- thevlle, Afk. . Sharing honors with Mrs. White Southworth of Greenwood, MU.s.. eft Friday morning fcr a motor rip to Pcnsacola, Fla. Miss Stinu- nan will leave the parly nt. Mobile or a visit with relatives. Miss Mary Elizabeth Semmes ol vlemphls Is in Osceola fur a two vcck's visit with her grandmother, drs. Paul J. Semmes. Miss Catherine Jones has returned lo her hcrae here after an cx- endcd visit with relatives in Chl- were Misses Mary Sh ith Mrs. W hauuiaii of Littie Rock,' and - Vlda Mac Holderncss ?f .Pine Bluff, ''Ark., anri Mrs. F. M. Soulhworth. al Greenwood. Miss., housei guest this week of Miss nose White. Thirty-six, guests enjoyed Ihe afternoon at bridge and the delicious afternoon of Mrs. Galnss' parents, salad course which followed. A ' Mr, and Mrs. L. J. Garner.'... ,. Joe Cassldy -Jr., and Tamer Kisel of Huffman.'were the'Saturday and Sunday" 'evening gu-v"'', 'of the miniature' bridal party before an improvised niter of daintiest pink verbenas and blue spirea was a detail of the decorative scheme which employed .a profusion of summer flowers. Graceful brides decoral- ; S 3(j cd Ihe telly curds, and favors were i miniature golden slippers. High score pri?.e was won by Mrs Chas. Colcnian, Mrs. Guy Bryan wen consolation and each of the honorees was, presented 'a charm Misses Lois ''and' 'Jewell '»:c' Mr .and Mr?. Ira liicV ' of Rsece vere visitors at Land Thursdayr Miss Dora Davis \vas .::csl ff Margie Wil.an Tuesda- .Mang. H. L. HaUell, Huston Sk'ellbn. and their families went r.viniming in the Mississippi river Sunday af- • nig favor. C Jesse" Lyler, Lynn Baker and hU ' Mrs. P.. M. Fletcher wns hostess'' Vlilte accomp;inled by their piiests, fisses Mniy Shauman of Little ^ri-k and Villa Mne Holdcnic-ss of iue phis, Is motoring r.p this afternoon. Mr. and .Mrs. Spurgeon B. Patterson, of lilvmlngliain, Ala., spent hist night here with relatives. They Bluff, Ark., and Mrs. F. M. , are enrontu to iwints of Mlssissip- Evening worship. Pastor's subjed One of the Most Pathetic Utter r.nres of Jesus." U. Y. P. U. 0:15 Special pro uis have been arranged for a unions, and all members are urge to iiitcnd. ' Special music ;il all services. Baptismal service at, Uie eveii'n hour. Deepest of all In Ihe man was lie moral vision that created his ympathy,_ his love for his own eople, and his intense champion- tig of them against wrong. The ask of freeing that people from heir strong and powerful onpres- ors, and of leading them forth, urely must have seemed to him Text: lixod. 3:1-2 Now Moses kepi the flock of Jethro his father in law, the priest of Midlnn: and he led the nock to the back side of the desert, and same to tlie mountain of God, even to Horeb. And the angel of the Lord oppeaved unto him in a flame of fire cut of the midst of a bush: and he looked, and, behold, the bush burned with fire, and Ihe bush wns not consumed. And Moses said, I will now turn riiide, and tee this gr.:al sight, why the-bush is not burnt. I'opeLs'had XtSror n deep And when Ihe Lord saw that he turned aside to see. God called ense in his soul that the man of unto him out ol the midst of the bush, and said, Moses, Moses. Mrs. A. D. Collins hns rclurncd to her home In Grenada. Miss., ntt- er a visit with Mrs. J. W. Cartwright sr., In Osceola. Mrs. Collins wil be remembered as Mrs. Ed Hays, who formerly lived in Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. son wil arrive Saturday Tomlln- cvenlng frrm St. Louis: for it visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas'. R. Coleman in Osceola. Mrs. I-MLMorrow and baby Marcus Jane are in Lcs Angeles, Cat., for an extended visit with Mrs. Morrow's father. W. B. Snclson, her brother. R. H. Snclson and sister, Mrs. Lcnnle Carter. ''Miss Mary Margaret McElvain! vislled relatives in Carulhersvillc, Mo., the llrsl ct Ihe week. pi niter a tour of principal ci'.ics of Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Leggelt will have as their guests for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. F. I-'. Bonds and daughter. Sara, of Memphis. Mrs. Bonds is Mrs. Lctjeel's si Misses Babe Parks and Avis Pritchard, of Oxford. Miss., are liuuss- giicsls of Miss Louise Leggcll for two uceks. J. Krank Bcasley ol Walnut Rlrtgo. candldale for stale tieas- urer, attended to business heie today. He served ns insurance and revenue commissioner under Governor M.irlineim when (he Martineau road law was passed. Mrs. Joe 13. Hulbtich wns rushed lo a Memphis hospital today after haviiiR become seriously 111 ycster- dny. Mr. Halbach accompanied her. Mis* Patty Shane, daughter of Mr. and Mr;;. Cecil Sh.ine. luis ic- liirned from I.cachvllle where she attended a house parly for several days. Mis. 11. A. Smith has returned lioui Memphis where she spent a fliorl lime with Miss Ra<a M. II dy uho recently underwent a major operation at Ihe Methodist hos- j pita] Mrs. W. P.iul Marsh, who lias CHRISTIAN KCnKNCK.CHIJIU'It Ki'rvii-e~ will be held Sunday morning in room 213 of tlie Farmers B.nnk kuiUling over Kress store. Subject for tomorrow: "Life." Gold- Hi tc-\:: Proverbs 10:22. "Under- M.iiulin; is a wcllsprlng of life unto him that balh it." Wednesday evening service, 8 o'clock. All arc invilcil to attend. I-TKST iMKTHODlST CHURCH r. Q. Rnrir, I'astnr Worship and Sermon II a. in. 1 unable lo be present, lime in oil ?LCN, each Sunday morning. Sunday school. 9:15 a. in. Class- s fov all ages. • Mrs. Agatha Wilts Is vitilins .reallyes Southeast, Missouri. sisters Jewell and Kathrlne Baker and Sunshine Mick were-guesUj Thursday evening at the Thed Mlcfc Murle'n Ray cf Chjcot Tlidge: vere guests of Mrs. Ray's parent^, Mr,, and : Mrs. Jesse Eskridge. Sunday. James McGaughcy and W. Y. Fitzgerald were gueels of litlle H. home. Mr. and Mrs/ the two table bridge club to which she belongs at her 'home here Wednesday afternoon, the guests including besides club members, Mrs. Charles GoleniEin, and Mrs. Godfrey White.. High sccre prize was awarded 'Mrs. W. .E. Joh'nson and.Mrs. L. D." Mnsscy'CUt consolation. A'dcllr;!- ous ice course was served [flowing the game. . • .'c •'•• summer vacation. Phillips Building on Memphis Road L. Halsell jr., Sunday aflernoon. Miss Bertha Ball has returned , from Memphis where she spent her i Mrs. I,. D. Massey was a Memphis visitor Friday. • Miss Rose White and her honse guests, Mjsscs Mary Sliauuun t»f Little Rock, and Vida Mac Ho'.rier- ness'ot Pine Bluff, Ark., and Mrs. F.-M. Southworth of Greenwood, Mi;s.,'and Miss' Merrill Miller and her guest. Miss Dorothy Bof.ard of LaFaveltc, Ky., were sucsts of . Lcuis Phillips, projeclionisl ol tlie Ritz theatre, Is havln? a home . erected on the Memphis highway, I w ' lb V Youll 8 al a " »>'o:mal par- one mile south of C. G. Smllh's neu I ty. tn.Lake. City Thursd.iy cieumg country home - '• .' : ' I M|M Ev;l Montasuc ol Osceola The four room a'tfd • ' : > fram ' ana hcr s 15 '"'' ' Miss Josephine Mon- str'ucture »-lll be . fas r.i,.i ; . 1 al^ni Epan'sh lines with a tile roo! cr.d I »'''S the, material 1s wide boprds. It is ! *' hcrc . 'ague of Memph . lefi Friday mor- lo be modern in every respect •••'" electric lights and bath room .. lilt in-brcaktasl nook and other conveniences. The structure, to be completed hy September 1. sets in a ten acre tract. '° UMc 1Uxrk . vlsa iL '- aild Mvs Hughes MontaRue. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Fletcher am Mrs. Fletclicr's mother. Mr.s. wil liams spent Thursday evening ii Memphis v.llh Mrs. W. T. Low ranee, who Is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Johnson and been stiioii'-ly ill ;il her home on Kentucky avenue, is reported im- I proved tnday. ••Mr. and Mrs. G. !3. Tlatdc's falli- i .._. . _. r, \V. J. Bryson. of BnUiwiu. ML-ss. I B • ' t » --— Mr. and Mrs. A. W. liowen, alter, |-|/%\/|few days' visit with iclntivcs in . • >f~» T H_ ,ake Village, Ark., are In Hot I springs for the remnincier uf the nonlh of July. • )sceola Store Installs ';':' Big New Soda Fountain OSCEOLA, Ark. — Massengill'f Dvug store torloy installed a new 18-foot mechanically relrlgcratert soda fountain at a 1 cost ot approv ima'.cly ?3500. The new fountain is of Tennessee marble, with counter seati. of upholstered wlrker. and H equipped for the serving of iced salads and sandwiches in addition to tie regular cold drinks. Hospital Notes Dismissed —- Mrs. lluth " Meyers. Cooler. HEARD?--i You r;ui hi-iiig .1 bit cf onldnoi FiiiiimiT's rhpcr into your imlco: kiichrn h:v if you have .some growing Ihnii: ni a colorful container. 1'HIN'Ci: HACK HOJIK CHICAGO. (UP>—Priiire. a pony owned b ythe children ot -Inhn \V ! K i ;N\i.i'i Moore, is back home afler spoiuliiv: i' f '•'•'••' »'•< a two-day "vacation." Tiic p.)ny jhan; bv inin'icd over the Moore birk fciuv ! h< >•'»: []. | H-.VUI jn-rtto vine, ivy rr Wnn jririir.^ .li-\v irmiircs liltlc attcn jliou ;i::vi \\i'.l quite rouipcn?alc yo I for tlir ::-.-;i>:c of adding a bit o walcr 1.1 ti-,.j riinluincd cvesy no' ar.il tl-.rr.. K i ;N\i.i'i!y ,T.;iaciive are .'•'in i\c ni.i^s br.uls Ilia is lioui a swui ininll son, Eugene, left Friday mor- Our hearing la said lo range | ning for Liltle Rock, where they through .seven octaves but our will make their home . in Hie .fu- sight though only one.••'Anything ture. ''-- " that does not rango between red Mrs. John White and Miss Rose and was found on the grounds of riiv.::;n. ; the Presbyteripn Old Peralo's | Isli- ::; home two days Idler. The old peo-]«aU-r n iw were .taking tin us riding him. ! that ro 'V ':nr 111 Junior. Hi nnd Senior Leagues :-Ti p. m. Union Vesper Services on lawn Welhodist Clinch at 6:30 p. in. Wcmans Missionary Society Mon- iay 3 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:-15 i. in. The prayer service is well al- c-ndcd. Choir rehearsal. 8:30 p. m. S I STEP- NARY 'S spiritual courage must attempt the hing that, is given him lo do.Ieav- ng Ihe resl to a power greater than himself. Above Self-interest Moses stands not only as a gre'it figure in liimsell, but as the finest symbol of the liberator— the man whr, lives above the plane of self- interest, whose purposes in life are altogether directed toward higher ends than his own aggrandizement or his own safely. It Is such men that give one faith to believe In the reality of the divine in human life. . It is In the conlrasl with such men with telf-seekers. and wilh even (lie learned and great'whose earning and greatness tire exercised almost wholly for lesser ends, hat one perceives the meaning of goodness nnd integrity and devo- lion to righteous, ends. Can one doubt that one finds in such mer the evidence of something that transcends human experience on Uf ordinary levels? Can one questlor the reality of what we call the higher life in man? II is Iruc that we may still rcgari thai life as human as it has bcoi encompassed in human experience but. il not Ihe difference belwcei men to be found in the measure in which with the gift of human life they have partaken of th rteeiKr moral and spiritual pawer that are as real in the universe a its sun nnd its stars. Moses stands as the great ex nd he said, Here am I. ' '... And lie said. Draw not nigh hither: put off thy shoes from o|l-:j hy feet: for Hie place whereon Ihou standesl is holy ground. > '• : .| Moreover he said. I am the bod of-thy father,'Ilie God of Abra- iam, the God of Isaac, and the God'of Jacob.' And Moses hid his ace; "for he was afraid lo look upon God. • And Ihe Lord said, I have suroly seen Ihe atflication of my pec- ilc which arc In Egypt] and have heard their cry by reason of their, . | iiskmasters; for I know llieir sorrows; And I am come'down to.deliver them out of the hand of the Jljyptiaiis. and to bring them up out ol that land unto a gcod jknd and a large, unto 'ft land flowing wilh milk and honey; unlu ll-o place of the Canaai'iltes. .and Uie Hiltitcs. and the .-AmorUffi.: and .lie Perizziles, and the Hivilcs, and Uie Jebusites. ' ' Now therefore, behold, the cry of the children ol Israel is come- unto me: and 1 liave also sc,?n Ihe oppression wherewith Ihc Egyptians oppress them. Come now therefore. and 1 will tend thce unto Pharaoh, thai, then mayest bring forth my people the children of Israel cut of E;ypl-.. And Mescs said unto God, Who am 1, lhat I should go unto Pharaoh, and that I should bring forth the children of Israel out of E-ypt, And he said, Certainly I will be with thce; and this shall be .« token unto thce, that I have sent lliee: When Ihou hast brought . forth Ihc people out of Egypt, ye shnll servo God upon this mountain. nmplc of what, men can really do who act. in faith and in courage when the way is clear. Few men who arc worthy for great tasks feel (heir worthiness. Tlie cnmon cx- pcricncn of Ihose who have achieved great- things in moral and spiritual ways is more like this experience ol Moses. They ask "Who am 1 that I should go?" And the strength of their accomplishment has us its secret the strength that., they find In consecration to thqir last. The presence of the power, lhat urges them becomes more- manifesl in their souls, and they go lo resist oppressirn, lo over- . throw wrong, and to achieve the feats of freedom wilh the message ol God ringing in their souls.. - HY SlSTKIt MAIIV Polalo is always popular and uray appear in mny vritioivs. The ingredient.'; may be inexpensive or elatorate as Ihe ooMsion requires. but careful seasoning is of ttlmast importance matter what combinnliou of vegetables rule! oilier materials may be chosen, a sugRcr.tloii of onion is imperative. Since many people find I it difficult lo digest raw onion, the 1 Julrr should be usril. The flavor can be more evenly distributed, and exceedingly deli- cnlc, if a few drops of onion Juice ure added lo the salad dressing. To extract onion juice, cut onion in half and :corc out surface with sharp knife. Press with dull edge of knife to force out juice. Somclimes iwtalocs are used principally as a filler for olhcr materials, much as bread Is used as a carrier for butter. In either i:as^ It Is the blandness of flavor thai makes the potato valuable for salads. Conk Pot.tlors Cnrrfully Tho cooking of potatoes lor salad is inipcn-liinl. They must be perfectly done—neither overcooked ncr muicr-cookcd. If cooked in their iaekrls they m>l only retain i'upo or uie:imi-' all the'lr toed value l>ut slay In bet- All yen nrod is 1 Ur. • I a'.k <<\ .virr vine Cut irlatocs in ,'mall enough • dice lo combine with Ihc other ma- j necessary to cut them with the salad fcrk when served. In the following salad the potato acts as a filler. This snlad is an excellent combination of protein and vegetables for a hot day. Savory 1'olato Salart Two cupb diced cooked potatoes. 2 or 3 drops onion juice, a small new beets. 4 .sardines. 2 hard cocked eggs, 2 table.s|iooii.s minced parsley, 1 cup cooked salad dressing. HCIIHHC skin and bones from sardines and sprinkle with lemon juice. Let stand 15 minutes. Dice beets and cover wilh 2 tablespoons vinegar. 1-2 leaspcon sugar and 1-4 Ica.spoon salt. Let stand iS minutes. Chop whites of eggs and put yolks through riccr. Add onion juice to Milad dressing. Combine polatocs, beets drained frcm vinegar, sardines flaked in small pieces eggs and salad dressing. Stir light ly with a fork and chill for one hour in refrigerator. Serve on crisp lellucc with minced parsley sprinkled over the top. lljily Menu LUNCHEON — Macaroni baked with cheese, sliced tomatoes, rye bread,' berries wilh sugar and cream, buttcrscolch cookies, iinlk tea. Half-Moon Ted Brcck. Charley Springer. Earl Shaneyfelt, Tom O'Neal, Eicie Janson. Ira Gaincs. Jimnita Games. Mrs. Hawkins. T. C. Hawkins and Ora Lee Hawkins attended the club rally Thurfday. Hugh Williams. Johnny Jones nnd Loycr Drown Mended the bull game il Lutes Sunday. Tom Bas-s motored to Big Lake Tuesday on business. Among those who were at Uie baptizing at Lone Oak Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. John Holland and family, Mr. nnd Mrs: T. J. Bass. Mi 1 , and Mrs. W. L. Holland and family. Mrs. R. L. Hawkins. Jfrs. V. E. Tomliiis/ii, Joe Portlock. Helen Delbriclgc. Karl Shaneyfelt. Claude Schullz. Bill. Buck, and Dil Totnlinson. Mr. and Mr.s. J. W. Porllock and dniighlcr visited relatives ;it Ca- rmhersville and Hayti Saturday and Sunday. "MATERNITY HOSPITAL—Scrliid-' cd, Priyale, Low Prices. Babies' for adoption. Tor information wrile Fahmmmt Hospital. 4011 K.ist 27th, Kansas City. Missouri." DlNNER—Vegelablc plate dinner, jellied fruit salad, cheese cu(». graham cracker pudding, milk, col- fee. . . Head Courier News Want Ads. -^ . terinls. Large pieces ol pclato sre Read Courier News Want Ails. I unappetizing and should not be - - NEW LOW RATES fo St. Louis & Return One way $5.00 Return $6.00 Good returning anytime within 30 days Southwestern Transportation Co. 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