The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 1, 1936
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TWO Bl.YTHEVILL^UltK.) COUMEH NEWS TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. , Elloii . W. Kirby Tuesday Bridge club. Younger Set Bridge club meeting with Mrs. W. A. Afflick. Mrs. Ktley B. Jones having Young Matrons Bridge clnb. Mrs. Fred Warren, Mrs. 13. M. Terry and Mrs.. E. D. Ferguson complimenting Miss Marian Cool- cy at Terry home, 3 p. in. Junior' n. A.'s meeting First Baptist church, 4 p. in. Intermediate O. A.'s meeting Hist Baptist church, 4 p. m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. J. Pollnrd having Wednesday' Bridge club. Sunbeams meeting First Baptist church, 4 p. in. D. A. n. meeting Hotel Noble, :t p. ni. .pupils' of Miss Margaret Molfitt in. revue at city auditorium, a P.- M. Bible Study, church of Christ, meeting with Mrs. E. M. Huffman, 2:30 . THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. H. H. Hoiichins entertaining Mld-Wcok Bridge club. Mrs. Hiram Wylle entertaining Thursday, Drldge club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. O. W. McCntchen. 'Pupils of Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon anil Miss Kalhryn Cirear ni recital at First Methodist, church, 8~ P. M. -Pupils of Mrs. Frank McGregor In recital nt high school andllor- ilim. 8 P. M. JEiiijio party, Catholic hall, fl p. .M., Mrs. C. C. Wood and Mrs. , Ln'vra' Jarlwc. hostesses. Country club having bingo parti', S P. M. 1 FRIDAY'S EVENTS Democratic Women's club meeting Hotel Noble, .9:30 a. in. Miss Shirley Garner mid James McGaughey, belli of Promised- Lnnrt, were man-led Friday afternoon nt the honic of the Rev. Don c. Holninn, who performed the riles. . • They , were attended by Mrs. Starling Young, stslcr of the bridegroom, mm Mr. young. The -bride is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garner, of Promised Land. The bridegroom. who Is flic son of Mr. nm! Mr;;. Walker McGaiifihcy, iilso of Promised iLnncl; is a- member of Ihe graduating clati, of the illy hlgli school tills jeai. They .will make their home at Promised Land, v- +,•.,»• • • > ^ To Have Miss . Knthryu Greui' will present her piano pupils and Mrs. Stunrt tl. Salmon .will present her violin pupils'. In « Joint recital Thursday night, 8 o'clock. nt the Fiist Methodist church. Solo ami ensemble work will bo included in (lie program. •''*.,*'•• • • To Attend riciilr At Griclcr Thursday. Members', of the Charlevcjx chapter cf ^Uio- National Society of the Daughters of ilie. Aineri- cnn Revolution have been invited to attend a • picnic Thursday evening at Gridcr park, when the William Strong chapter of the D. A. R. will 'be hostess. * * • To Compliment Marian Cooley. Miss Marian Cooley. whose marriage to Elstner Beall, of Wibon will take place June o, will bo guest of honor at a. shower party lo be given by Jfmes. E. M. Terry, Fred Warren and E. D. Ferguson Tuesday afternoon at the Terry horns. * * * Having. Supper. The young people of the Fir.'t Presbyterian church arc having n pie supper and auction nt the church tonight, from six until nine o'clock, to raise fi'nds foi a delegate to attend summer conference. To iVlakc a Perfect Face I!. actresses. As beautiful as Is every one of these nine lea men who make up their face;; for the films have bud lo combine lie best fealr.ves of cnch lo get. what they consider the perfect ndy. The stars; and their choice rcaliucs lhat go to form vliis perfection, according to the make-up men, are shown above. Flag Demonstration by Children Called Off The Hag demonstration at LHt Rock, in which thousands-of children from all part.-, of Ihc stale .were to have participated ns part cf Arkansas' welcome to President Roosevelt, has b»cn called off because of niccrtainty cou- oerning (he prcr-Went's schedule when lie, visits th.3 stale ncx' ivee!:. W. D. McClurkln, supcrintcrO- cnt of schcolr., announced today .that he had received official notification of the abandonment ,)f this i«rt of Ihc program. Tomalocs Called Best Pound-Pcr-Acrc Crop AMKERST. ifass. (UP) — Pla... tohiatoes if you wont to get (he inosl food out or a limilcd area ndvbei William R. Cote, exlcnsion "Pccialist in gardening at, Ma.ssa- cluisells Stale College. "Wo other crop gives as much food value or pounds of food for the amount of ground used as good a«d well-curcd-for tomato piants," Cole says. "If Uie plants arc staked they produce four to fix pounds of fruit on four square feet of ground." For a cool, delicious dessert, l,y ;1 C0 lire ire Ijox rake, made witli a prepared rauilh ]iu«dirg :m ,i vanilla wafers. v'-'.V ~ MI ? V ''; ' )AOI ! 1: lJ"'cc of lumen. Ijanana cut. in inch M.,V Semen Ma t \\nler slices am! nocoamil infusion. Slin- June K one o, Ihe lucky month.-; | ,,m- until (cnrter and serve on a for menu-makers. We have alii plate surroundrd liv boned rice, manner of vegetables and fruits To make ccicoanul infusion unite in ever increasing abundance, f cocoanut and let stand in one fresh, green, delightful. jcup boiling water for twenty min- Jl's the lime for chiller! lootls ] uira - Strain through cheesecloth, In season. Inn. A fruit cup iced to i smicczhiij coconnul as dry ns pos- the right degree of frostiness f iblc. staris off a June dinner with r,! Make r rc m:h fried cn'rrot-, Just refreshim; course. A substantial ns you would French fried pota- hcl dish wan a crisp salail sue- tors. Sprinkle with minced mint crsslully paves the way for u. before Borvhi" chilled dessert with .coffee. j Coffee" ice t:« Cake When yon begin your dinner! C)1 'c DaciuiRc prepared vanilla with fruit, an Ice-box cake or arrow-root pudding, 1 cup milk, pudding is the easiest dessert. Yon i! cup strong fresh coffee, 1 cup don't want (o repeat, your , Iiuii,! whipping cream, 'J dozen vanilla navor. but (here arc always choco- j wafers. into, raramcl, coffee or vanilla. ( ' %li '< l>'Kidin» with milk and iidd Make the cake the day before!™""- Ilrlng to the boiling point, and yen will have no last minute i^i'Ting couslanlly. Cool. Fold In Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Katlnyu Laveiiy left yesterday lo visit In Tennessee, Kentucky. Virginia and North Caro- Jlnrt for the slimmer. She was accompanied by her aunt, Or j Cynthia Cornice, and Mr, Cornice' | of Oakvillc, Tenn. Ml«i Jamie Nichols, who Is cm- ployed In Memphis, spoilt Ife v.T.ek-end here with her sister' Mrs. Hairy Welrlrtinn, nnd a(. Reiser with lifj- mother. Mrs.- c] I-. Nichols. She was accompanied lo Memphis by her niece, Ann Wddmtin, who will visit there for a week. Mrs. Hay Hall and two ciiil- ilren returned yesterday from a week';; slay wiih relatives in itla llena, Mr. Hall went down for them. •I. Mell Brooks jr., who attends lh« state milverslly at Fayctte- vllle, lias arrivcil home for the summer. Zclma Craflon. of Mem-' I phis, silent the week-end wUli I her family. Miss Normn Kilchens, of Mem plils. Is the guest of her fiither, W. T. Kitchens, who has bfen OJille ill nt (he Blyllioville hos- lillal. He is now sllghlly belter Mrs. Evcrcil B. Ccc and Mrs. V. Klrshncr are in Memphis Mrs. E. A. Fisher nnd dn'ush- ier, Mary Jean, spent last night In Osceola as giiesls of Mr. and .Mr:,-. Wnctc Quliin. MY. and Mis. Howard Peck nnd two sons, of Memphis, were here yesterday for n brief stav with relatives. Miss Antmbollo Bryant has returned from a week's visit, in Little liock and Clinton, Ark. Lloyd Khoads is u patient at the St. Josephs hospital, Memphis. Mrs. P. L. Husband and son, J. B., Dr. \v. M. Owen and Miss (•ranees Cnlchvcll left today for a brief slay In Detroit. Mich., where Dr. Owen will allcnd to business. John Burns, Hcrshcl Mosley and Ocnc Sykcs arc in Jonesboro to- clay. Miss Ethel Brai-n. of Memphis, the summer with 'rur father. Cecil AiKierson. He will meet her »t Greenville, Miss. Miss nuth Butt and her lionso- gucst for the past ten days. Miss Ellzahclh Rivers of Elflln^ Texas, eft yesterday for n visit In NOT; Orleans before going to Elclni and other poinls in Texas rtihf Mrs. Anne. Slovens Poltcr !s. expected lo. return tomorrow fvnnV Chicago wlicvc- sh'p has been visiting friends- for the past ten -lays. • . '<' Joe Diilancy, formerly of here nnd now ot Cincinnati, and Bill Rotinson, former!)' of here ami rioiv of Cape Oirnrdean. Mo., were Sucsts of Miss Sue Bull, fiancee of Mr. Robinson. Saturday night. Mrs. Ertic Alexander, of Cnr- uthcrsvillc. Mo., is n patient, nt the Memphis Methodist hospital. Charles McDanlels, of Lumnii has been admitted to Ihc Memphis Baptist, hospital. Melton Rodgors, of Bussed, is u palicnt at the Memphis Baptist hospital. William Poole, of Oseeoln. been laken lo Ilio St. Joseph's hospital at Memphis. Bert Lynch jr.. will arrive home MONDAY, JUNE i, 1930 Memorial Day - By Helen Wehhimcr r PIIE wliolc nightlong I heard the tramp i Of soldiers in the street; The dawn was swift willi trumpcl'mgs The day docs not repeat. TfOR now that 1 have frown awake 1 I do not see a sign Of anyone in uniform, Of anyofic in line; \\/HY is il lliat Memorial Day ' ' Must make me dream again Of auUimn rain on a window-pane And a coips of marching men? W HY do I sec you marching liy, So near, so gay, so strong? f I had not guessed tlie road to France Was ever half 50 long!) CO long it runs through all the years, "J A curious MiaM stream, That travels down each thoroughfare And pemieales each dream. r T~ v IIE war is of snrail moment now, A For graver days are here,The statesmen often tell us now— It isn't trite, my dear! :Hr~-% June 11 lo spend ten days before returning to St. Louis where he is (o be employed In the Bo.U- inan's National Hank. He Is receiving hts Master's degree from Washington university, where he has, been un assistant professor niwl student since his graduation last Jnnc • when lie received his A. H. 'degree. Mr. i'nnii Mrs, s. Jledel are in Helena because of Hie Illness ol Mr. Jietlcl's sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray spent yesterday In Memphis with iheir son, Marion. Mr. nnd Mrs. w. C. Gates hove returned from )>oinl5 of Texas where they attended to business for an extended time. Mrs. c. m. Gray Is in Steclc today on business. Mrs. Tom Secoy and daughter. Miss Doris, formerly of 'here" ami now of Jonesboro, visited, friends here yesterday. ,,-:'• a visit with Miss Clinic Webb anci other friends. They will be here for ;i week or ten days. ' Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chatnbltn and sons, Jack and Don, spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Carl Davis - is ill at her hcnie on Dougan avenue. Mrs. Jess Horncr is ill at her hcinc on Dongan avcnre. Mr. and Mrs. James Hill and Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Carpenter went lo SI. Louis today lo attend the meeting of.tlie National Association of the Edison Insti- Inc. Tiie meeting, which begins today, will continue for four days. Misses Virginia Hill, of Dambiu-g, S. C.. and ni'by Tedder, of Dawson, Cia., have returned home after visiting Mr. and Mis. James Hill. Miss Hill is a sister of Mr. Too Much Love Like Too Much Cake Says Mae to lift Ihe mortfjage on a U. S. Branson jr. 'and 'Bob GooVl- ricli have returned from Hendrix college, Conway, Ark., where they attended school this year. Branson Residential construction in 705 American cities totaled 80,869 family dwelling units j u 1935, an increase of 250 per cent over the previous year. BY (JKAI)V JOHNSON United I'ri'ss Staff Correspondent HOLLYWOOD (UP) _ "MUs West," Hie reporter began scr- icnsly, "how about some advice on love?" Mao says .she's never been married, nnd the request, startled her. "Advice on whatv" slie asked. "Love," lie repeated, '"love—pur" and' .simple." "Sorry," slie .said widi a twist, "don't know anything aliout either kind." Tlicn, solemnly: "However, my -nve-star specials' arc aUvnvs good." Here they me: FOR WOMEN 1. Stay young...even if you have to change the With dates In the family Bible. Have your face lifted if necessary; It's easier to lift a sagging chin than it ' .sagging romance. 2. Be a pal. If you don't plity wiih diem, they'll start "playini; nromid" with oilicrs. 3. Don't diet. Curves may b? dangerous on the highways, bill they never hint a woman. •I. , Play dumb. Just, dumb enough lo make it man think he's .smart. It soothes his vanity. 5. Love 'them...bill not too much. Tco much love is like loo mi'ch cake. TOR MEN 1. Make every woman love you .. .but don't love every wonian When THE girl learns you're in demand, slie'll take you- just lo keep the other dames from getting you. 2. Pet them. They love it tit- a latby cni. OccasioimlK •.!!"- gest that she buy a new dre;, even if she tlocs have enough dresses to clothe an 1890 chorus. Tell them once, in a while that you realize 'she must be tired 1 and ought to cat out- even if she lii\s teen siiLimj (irouttc! playing bridge all afternoon. 3. Don't be light—with money or kisses. 4. Be attentive. When you take her out give her yoi'i 1 tw- rlividccl attention. 5. Don't • Ii2 to them...much. Tell tlie truth if it hurls, but (ion't bruise yourself badly. Sometimes a little lie will prevent a wonian from stretching a little imagination into a big bugaboo. WELDING AT BEST PRICES WIOMPT BEHVrcE Barksdale Mfg. Co, PHONE 19 U 1 .Kirr SCOT IN ( ro\VNt Last Time Today SONS 0' GUNS Wilh ,loc K. Hi-own anil joiin lilnndull Nous, TM-lmitolor Cartoon and Cutlin-f of Hie World's Famous "Jonkcr Duiiioiid" Matinee— 10 & 25c— With lc T NiR.'il— 10 A- 3Sc— IVilli lc Ta TUESDAY, JUNE 2 ,* $125 BANK NIGHT!' tus-Jutiromtt TOO LATE TO CLASSIFV WANTED—Responsible man with car who likes to meet ( h c public, who will travel steadily to .,.^..., t>1 ou,,uui MILS year, jjranson nc, wno will travel stmriil Biadimlert, having completed his distribute Watkins products in ™I 1 : n5 ; c " rs> »; orkilllrhr e'!'^ars. Hiaj Mississippi Comity. Business Tine .pare us ,«nt over for commence- No capital" required. For infornn- .nient exercises and uecompanicd | lioinyritc Mr. Keenc. % The J K sellvllle, Ark., was the gi:cst of Mr.' and. Mrs. George Cross Thursday night and Friday, enroutc to St.' Ixmis - for 'ncr Another, Mrs. A. L, .Sander, who had been visiting Mr. ,aiid Mrs.^ Lawrence Chapman there. She. .was accompanied by Dorothy Cross,-who will .also go with her to Rnssellvllle for an extended visit • :'Keen. Norris, daughter of Mr. and- Mrs, Samuel p. Norris, became .jll from chicken pox today. Mrs. R. j. Dodson and son, Joe. Bob, formerly of here and now of Little Rock, arrived Saturday foi j fiiK-Ing Curry or lamb with rice Church Boasts Czarisl Bell SAN FRANCISCO (UP) — The Russian Orthodox church of this city claims one or the largest bells in tho United States, ,'lt was the gift of a lonncr, czari cream which has been whipped . - .v,. t , ,.ti ""'i 1 'urn. Line a loaf pan with inexpensive-1110,11 ili^h lhat osvcs,' wax « l Pniwr. Cover bottom with much of it-, charm lo its unusual n thin layer nt pudding mixture. scatoniiiR. Serve il with French J 1>ln « :1 lavrr <if vanilla wafers on frlcrt carrots, tomato and cucurn- '"t 1 ai 'd then cover with another ber salad. Precede it with a very' la *'cr of purtdinc mixture. Con- cold fruit cup made of dircrl pine- ''"nc layer fur layer of ivnfcrs apple and halved slniwbcrrlcn. 1111:l P«HdinK mixture until all Is Sprinkle Ihc [mil lightly with'"^' 1 - Chill in refrigerator over sugnr and let stand on ice in a.;"Wit. Uiimold on ptnltcr, remove closely covered dish for two hours 1 vvilsc<l Paper and cut in slices to or louRcr. . i serve. This mit win serve eight Here's ihc rcd|K for cuny of' ""'.MHW Inmb with rice. Curry of lamb irilh Kicc One |Ktm<l lean lamb. 1 . table- .-..,>.. ^,.^,,, ,,, ,», u , spoon curry powder, a tablespoons n " ( ' not by the Chinese as Is com- oitttcr, t onion, 1-2 rrcsh cocoa-1 lll(1 "ly believ«i. The Chinese pow- mit. 1 l>anana, 1-2 lemon, i tea-1*' 1 ' «"•"• highly inllammablo nnd tpoon salt. j not exjilo-sive. 'Cut meat in small cubes. Melt butter in sauce nan and when it bubbles add onion cut hi thin slices and (lie curry powder. Stir with a fork and cook five minutes. Add meat and brown quickly. Add boiling water to cover and finVmer one hour, adding more! watei if necessary. Add salt, Thirty out of every 108,000 people in the United Slates arc killed by automobiles each year. JAMES STEWART.- /avoiUo thai you discovered ID "RcFo , Secroldiy", ia hli iiul lea<Iing\aU, f*X V/ilh ch aiming Wendy Ginio — a _ grand loan lot ^ c-iai^L * ^*%j .1 S ' -r, lAMf's STEV;ART ' V/ENDY BfiRRIE £, UN\ )!FHkEI V 5 * V/F.tDOM HF.YBUKN 1 F. D H E A I. Y UAL?!! MORGAN , Directed by •-* LEW1H I. MABIN Prcrii-ccd by LUCISH HUBBARD Krlectcil Shorts latinrc—1(! * 25c—With lc t-ix NiBhl—II) K Sic—With i t j. ;ls . .EVERY DAY PRICES Kodak finishing—any size 8x roll, finished complete, 38c post card •photographs, 2 for 25c or SI per dozen, stamps, c for lOc. Wylie Picture Shop Across From Roxy Theatre mis invented by all i-.iiph?hinan. Itoser Uncoil In 1218. ''OR DLSTINC'I'IVK iJKAUTY S10RVICK Call 10(! MAnGAKET'S UEAUTY SHOP Ingram BWg. ^ ^^f «^ ^^ *^ ^ TP^ ^VF^X ^H CLOTHES v s ^ i ^_x^h HARMS' Plione 180 And wo give (|, em the .«pcci;il care they n«xl. Send us your white clotlics a n d tlloy> ", comc back pure white. NOT gray and rliiH. They'll come back (he right size, NOT shrunk. Fishermen! Register Now For This Big FISHING CONTEST Opens June 1 -- Closes July 31 CASH For the Biggest CASH For the Biggest CRAPPIE CONTESTANTS wiLf, BE GOVERNED HY THESE RULES: 1. All contestants must ho rcgis t c r c ,1 a Hubhanl's. 2. Kish nm.<t ho, rauifin wilh iiook ;iiid li'nc. H.v rod or i-od, live or hail. Those- on trot lines or :n seines will not list considered. ?>. Fish must be caught within a 50 mile i- a d i u o of Biythc- villc, belwncn June I ;ind July 31, ITOU. 'I. WciRhiiig of f i s h must ))e done n t Jlulihai'd Hardware Co. HUBBA HARDWARE C

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