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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 27, 1930
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PAGE TWO m/miEViu:,F!; (AUK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1030 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Oil fi'.E "TXif? \W\0 — F. 1'M.eR TTPf MIHDFUU'-. -CHM" -THE. OF YOaf? TIW DO Ccunrfl Hw Metros ' Officers and group daptains of Ihe six B. Y. P. U.'s In the First Baptist church made up the 46 vrno attended the fellowship meeting last evening at Ihe church. After a business session, in which p'arc for fall and winter sc'mtles were discussed. C. M. Mack led the devotional. Miss Virginia Tomn- kins played a piano number, a reading was given by Miss Jean Mack and Miss Luna. B. Wllhelm i sponsored the "Ji'sl For F 1 " 1 ! stunts. In tills entertainment, Mlss; Emily Tompklns was winner of the ; prize for speaking to the most! people in which she said a good word about the B. Y. P. U. A fruit ice and waters refreshed I the crowd. Jliiilcrury Union Members Go lo P»ragould for Jlcell _ Members of the Second Baptist j church woman's missionary union | were guests of Mrs. Uus McFarlanrt at hcr home In Paragould Monday ' when fifteen Paragould women were also present (or the delicious chick- ! en dinner and afternoon program. | Fourteen local members and six j visitors, including the Rev. E. Z.; Newsom, pastof of the church, motored over. Alter dinner, served on the host- j ess' lawn, Mrs. Thelmn Lune con- • ducted the mission prosiam wllh; the Rev. Newsom making a talk on j "Pioneer Missionaries." Others who took part were: Mesdames Ger-i trude Benton, Dorothy Overton, I Clyde Ellis, Fern Hipp and Mrs. Gus McFarland and her .broti'.er, Wilbur Shell, who rendered special music. « * « Circles Meet Some ot the circles in the First Baptist churh woman's missionary union held brief meetings al the I church this week while others had } social gatherings at homes of mem-j bers. The Rose Walker group, attended by six members and one guest, met at the church. Mrs. K. D. Marr used Luke 3 for the dtvo 1 tipnal and Mrs. A. C. Blaylock, of Little Rock, offered prayer. In the Neal circle, Mrs. John Buchanan was hostess to the seven vim attended. After the Bible sludy, conducted by Mrs. R. A. Mahan, sentence prayers closed the meeting. In Ihe delightful social how, iced tea and cake was served. Nine members attended the Naomi Shercll meeting at the church when Mrs. T.' E. King read and commented..upon the third chapter of Malaohl tor the. devotional. Mrs, E. E; Alexander said a prayer belorc the mission lesson was taught by-Mrs. E. P. Blomeycr. Mrs. Alvin Huffman entertained j nlng Rl lhc mc etlng ot llic mem- sevcn members of the Elma Elam circle. After Mrs. Hat.tie Heccc had read from Mathews 5 lot the de- finn study. Delicious |«acl cream ami cake present. . Bits of News Mostly Personal Feminity Stressed in This Paris Dress Hat Mrs. Charles Wills and son, ac- ccmpanlcd by Miss Alleen Unland. of Blulfs, 111, arc guests of Mr! and Mrs. Joe Trlcschman thl< week. Mrs. Wills Is a cousin of Mrs Tiieschman and an aunt of Roscoe, Jim and Slats Crafton. Accompanied by their host and hostess, the visitors motored to Memphis Monday for some shows. | Mrs. w. T. Oucrst returned yes- teiday from Birmingham, Ala., where she spent a week with her daughter, Mrs Spurgeon Patterson, and Mr. Patterson. - . Louis Story Ls attending lo business. In Hot Springs and Little Rock this week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Jackson have arrived home from a motor trip lo points of Illinois and In- rtlnna. -> ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown art' ! expected to return Friday from , Crystal City, Mo., where they have been for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wllhelm ami , two sons, late of Memphis, spent' yesterday with Mr. Wilhelm's par• ents, cnroute to St. Louis where I they arc to live. : . Mrs. A. C. Blnylock and chll: dren have returned to their home 'in Little Rock, after visiting rela- I 'lives for several weeks. Mrs. C. A. Hovey has gone to I Memphis for a tonsilectomy operation. Mrs. May L, Aldrldge has arrived home from several weeks visit In 'Chicago and New York, where she purchased stock for the Al- dridg6 Jewelry store and Gilt Shop, and on the Uhcde Island coast where she was guest of her sister. , Miss Belle Whltsilt has returned I from New York city where she purchase dfnll and winter goods tor her shop. She also visited at points ol interest cnroute home. SISTER MARY'S There's a feminine allure in Florence Walton's new creation, pictured above. Burgundy velvet has a caught-in effect at the ? and a mysterious, drooping brim adds a shadowed loveliness. There Ls no stiffening in the hat. While the mcdel was created as a suggestion for bridesmaids, it may be worn as a dress hat at any time. . from a vacation pent in OtUwa.Ill.- ! Don Chambllu is ill at the home ; OI •'" of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. i I '"°"; Keiscr News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Oito Kennedy of [ Uell were tiie guests of Mr. and Mrs. If. P. Dunavant, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Anchlln and | family of Dacring. Mo., were guests of Mr. anil Watson, Sunday aftcr- committee as a parting gift | )c ( 0rD | ler departure for St. Louis tomorrow where she is to live. • Reed, was attended by ten mem- I bers of the special committee who reporld (hat 65 paid up members had been enrolled lor 1931. Given Shower. Mrs. D. Crlner, who was before , hcr -marriage last. Saturday Mlss plans *" cre m!tdc for Increasing Virginia Poc, of Kcnnctt, was the Ulls number to 100 by a week from honoree al a party given last eve- ™°W when the drive closes. Mrs. ning by 20 of her-friends who went ' Ed S" r Boruni, chairman, has an- lo Ihc home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. nounced lhal she will give a prize Criucr, 101 West Vine slrcel, where j ;= r ihejnostjnembers enrolled and the bride is making her home. "" """' "" There were useful kitchen articles showered upon her as a delightful surprise. . After .congratulations were said. i » . . . the crowd played games and rich- [ Students Complimented. cious ice cream, cake and iced tea j Miss Vivian Holland, who will was served. •,-..', I enter Galloway college at senrcy Mrs. Criner, who Is'cmployed at i Aik., and Mlss Mary Grace Hill the Ely theville-Laundry, was mar- I v,.] 10 i, to nt lend Mississippi Stained to Mr. D. Criner, at Carulhcrs- I College for Women at Columbus" ville, Mo.- ,and they arc now mak- j werc givcn n Bridge party Tues- Ing their home with the bride- I day afternoon by Mrs. J. Cecil Eioorofs parents. ! Lowe. Her home on Nortli Sixth 1 ' street was attractively arranged Mrs. Sam Thomas, with 33, now leads the list. Tile hostess served a dainty ice course. i: Chamblln. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. and son, Billy lawshc, of Dell,, will spend tomorrow al Forrest City. | Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch had as their guests Saturday evening, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hale Jackson of Osccola and their guests. Mr. and Mrs. William Scrantom of Memphis, Joe Wilson of Wilson, and Mr. Crawford of Piping Kock, N. C. Mrs. Scrantom was formerly Miss Louisa I Webb of this city. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles digger jr., were Memphis visitors Monday. Mlss Martha nnd Jack Robin- 1 son are spending today in Memi phis. ; The Rev. and Mrs. E. Z. Newsom nnd son, James, and daughter. H I Grace, accompanied by Miss Grace ' j McFarland, spent yesterday in Tu- Especlally pr.icllcal for tall and nlca. Miss., as guests of the Kcv. winter Is n new ventilator that I Joe Newsom. will cul out rnln and snow, until Mls.s Sunshine Adams returned abolish drafts at the same time Tuesday afternoon from Dyersburg where she visited Miss Sarah Drain Mlss Ruth Butt, who accompanied I her there, arrived Sunday. The!' | hostess came wllh them for scv- 1 eral days slay. i Miss Jessie England had as lici •juesl for several dnys. Miss Evelyn Emerson, of Osceola. ' Mrs. Bob Roper nnd (languid Mr. Oris bhilds motored to Mcm- S Simmons I l' !lis Saturday afternoon to visit HAVE YOU HEARD?-- that it permits a steady stream ot| . Ruby, have returned 10 their hcm_ , _ in Memphis after spending a wee! with Mrs. Snm Head and Mr. am Mrs. Roy Head. Misses Louise Hsile and Nina Ol iver. ot OscK>!a, were visitors in :h is attending t Criner-1'oe „, Announcement has been maue of - mcr lnacs Ihe marriage of Miss Virginia Poc, The 12 ' guesi!i ei ,j ovcU riv , pro . of Kennetl, to Mr. D. Criner. ol grcss)olls of br!dge wltll , ZCJ this city, which took place at_ C.v • ing to Mlss Vivian Hollami for ruthersvUle, Mo.. Saturday eve- nlgll scorCi >who rccc i vcd a nnck . ninj. Justice Baird performed the | i ccc . MJ SS Mari( . Moon u . 01 j | loslery ceremony in the presence ol Mr. '- f c - E(! cond honors and bo'.h hon- arrl Mrs. Ira Alexander who ac-, orces were given handkerchief*, companied the young couple. , A plate lunch of chicken salfv;!. The bride wore a frock,ot trench, cheese crackers nnd iced tc.i re- royal blue flat crepe made along ; [rcshcd the guests, straight lines with a circular cl^.l - • • feet cut in the skirt and there wns ; Having Parly Today, no trimming except buttons. \ Miss Ruth Butt Is entertaining' The daughter of Mr. E. D. Poe 1 with a bridge party this afternoon of Kennel t,; Mrs; Criner has lived ; complimenting Miss Virginia Mc- herc Since October and is how con- Call, who is going to St. Louis to- nected with<*the Blytheville Laun- mt-rrow to make hcr home, and dry. ••''• Miss Sara Drain, of Uyersburg. who Mr. Criner, who has been here for formerly lived here. five years, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Criner with wlvm they, Pr>jn*,I J ,,1-f, ,V. will make their home at 101 West '•.,., ! Mr. John Smith of Round Lake Boys Relam From Europe. ' j? v )? iU " gcm * M:cr ' Mr ' W ' "' Billy Lawshe, son of Mr. nnc! Sn " th cf . S \ c , ele ' . „ , Mrs. B. S. Simmons of Dell, nnd ."/' alui . " r ' v ErnC5t Movrls arc Berl Lynch, son ot Mr. and Mrv Vl51 "" e " latn '« at Armorcl. B. A. Lynch, hare relumed from a touf ol Norway, Sweden, Germany and France. Included In the parly were a numter ol other fresh air to enter the room. When . cil >' today. not In UM the screen rolls up and! Ev erelt' B. Gee vanishes. < b " 5illres '" M . c . mphn I Mr. and Mrs. O. Ventilators come in white ivory. tavc rc . 1]rr , e( i f r0 m West Plain green, mahogany and blue. Refill i Mo w | lcrc jhcy spent the with flox. zenias, roses and sum- screens of pre-shrunk linen are also. j m! " W j,h Mr. Morgan's falhev. available. Hightoiuer News Mli.s Etfie Kaufman. Mrs. Robinson and daughter were [uppers in . Osccola Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Woolen and iinlly of Memphis are the guests : Mrs. Wcoten's sister, Mrs. ichols. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Wilson ere Ihc Sunday guests ot Mr. and Irs. Whittle. Mrs. Golf of Osceola spent Kidaj •ilh Mr. nnd Mrs. Cook. those who attended the •Celscr-Gcsnell ball game las', week •ere Mis:er. Irene Nichols. Allhea Vilson, Betty Lou Brake, Mr. Harey Wilson, Lee Williams, Jr.srfe Victory. Mrs. R. Kennedy and Airs. S. Brake. Mr. A) West Is slowly improving 'rom a severe illness Miss Alton Wilson and Mrs. Cnok molorrd to Memphis Monday to -see a show and also visit relatives. Mr. Hnrvcy Wilson attended the show at Osccola Tuesday night. . Mrs. W. M. Taylor was a Blylhe- ville shopper. Tuesday. Mr. Nichols and daughters, Irene and Dorothy, motored to Blythe- Ulle Monday. They were accompanied home by Jamie Nichols who has spent mcsl of the summer in Blytheville. Mrs. Clovis Crockett of Osceola was the guest of Mrs. Wilson Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson mit daughter, Margaret, have returnee from St. Louis where they spout al last week shopping. Jay Pittman, pitcher for the Bly theville baseball team was a Keisc visitor Wednesday. Mrs. Cook and Misses Irene Nich ols and Althea Edwards were the .tiesl of Mrs. Golf of Osceola' Wednesday. Mrs. Robinson nnd daughter notorcd to Memphis Saturday. They were accompanied by Mr. Wesl and daughter, Hazel who visited Mrs. West, who is very ill at the Baptist hospital. Howton Green of Slcelc, Mo., was the guest of Miss Irene Nichols tin last part of the week. By SISTER MARY NEA Sm-lco/Wtfter Probably there Is no cold supper that Is more popular 'than the one of cold boiled or baked ham auc potato salad. When this is served with an unusual accompaniment,will satisfy the most exacting hostess. The ham Itself may be of several varieties. Canned ham is delicious and entails no preparatioi or work on the uart of the cwk Every butcher shop carries sliced cold bolted ham nnd most dellca lessen shops offer both baked and boiled trams. The housewife win wants to cook her own meat has n choice of several cuts. First there is "regular" ham Whole or half a ham is used, de pending on the number of per sons to be served. The weight o ham ranges from eight lo slxtee pounds. Allowance must be mad for the bone. California or ''picnic" hams, a they are often called, are shoulder salted and smoked. There Is moi fat through the meat and the bone s wide and flat, making it diffi- ult to cut meat slices This varle- y is usually much less expensive. In the Ham Family Cottage hams are pieces cut 'rom the shoulder and cured Just ike ham. There are layers of fat hrough- these cuts but no bone. Canadian bacon, which is salted and smoked tenderloin, rivals the inest ham and contains no waste in bone or fat. The woman who would serve a small family or few ;uests will find Infinite satisfaction in baking or boiling a three or four pound piece ol Canadian bacon. No matter which cut of ham Is tisc-d it must soak from eight to :rve with lian'i and the recipe fol- -; ows. A large platter arranged f •itn slices of ham, poluto saw*;, ltd apples filled with cider frappe ' a festive and handsome Qisli 0 serve buflet fashion to duiiday veiling guests.. * * » Cider Frappe Four cups sweet cider, 1 cupcokl water, 1 cup orange juice, '/: cup emon Juice, 1 cup sugar. Make a syrup of sugar and wa- • ler. Cool ana add to doer wlm- emoix and 'orange Juice. Pour Into freeuer'aud'freeze until firm. Serve n 'apples that have been nolioweu out to form cups. Rub cut suriac, 1 . 01 apples with lemon juice to prevent them from discolonnj. Dally Menu ' • LUNCHEON— Broiled Frankfurter, Spanish rice, 'celery, apple sauce, cookies, milk, tea. DINNER—Hot meat loaf, scalloped potatoes, combination salad, jellied pears with whipped cream,milk, coffee. i FIREI FIRE! SUGAR CREEK, Ohio—A grass fire was reported here recently and the fire department's one truck, all sinned up, started out proudly for the fire with siren shrieking. It' was Its first fire In more than m year. A short distance from the en- . gine house, the motor coughed and died. The truck was out of gas. An. obliging motorist towed the triicK to the fire. Two of Ihe truck's tirci' lew out on the return trip. Read Courier News Want Ads. When a Brllish steamship company puts a passenger liner it is milding into service it will be thi- world's largest electrically driven hip, 1050 feet long and dlsplac-- ng 60,000 tons. twelve hours In more than cover cold water to before cooking. This not only freshens and improves the flavor but softens the fiber of the meat and makes it tender. A whole ham should soak at least, twelve hours'with'the water changed once. Bake ham' In a very slow oven allowing 45 minutes to the pound Boiled ham must be simmered ovei a slow fire, allowing 50 minutes to an hour per pound. Cider frappc is delicious t> NOTICE" The $275 R. C. A. RADIO Will bo Given Away SATURDAY, AUG. Sfl About 4:30 I'. M. ROSENTHAl'S Across from Home Theatre H. J. Fofidren called to Mrs. Laylon Coats r\nd son. Laj ton jr., have returned to the home in Monroe. La., after a visit, with Mr. and Mrs. J.- L. Hntchm- son at their home on Kentuck\ ave- THE HOUSEWIFE SAID: "I RENTED my extra room" Memphis Tuesday to be with hiS|" lw , A Comuu - are brother, M. D. Foudien of Missis- : J"£ F Ucr I sippi during an operation at the' ,:!, ° Dlli ""-~ U. S. Veterans hospital. , ^ 5n slmM am , solli m iii 0 . will Miss Mary Jane Woodward o! rc i urn toniglit from • liun'.Luid. .uxora spent last week-end with. Tenn where they visited lor ten Miss Lucito Harkey. | ^ays v.ith Mr. Siovall's pareiits. Hlghtower community had a fish Nlijs Jane McAdams, daughter ol ry on the banks of Mills Bayou Mrs. Lucy McAdams. unncrwcjii a ast Thursday. Lots of fish were lonsilcclcmy at St. Barnani hos- Mljs Ruby Mask was the guest of Miss Louise Morris Sunday. Mrs. Willie Mae Freeman is vis- ! her sister. Mrs. William Tlltle conditions and customs tries visited. caught and everyone rciwrtcd a pilal at Joiicsboro today. Siie is good time. - \ rcslir.s very well. Jirhmle.Qunlls and Curtis Vos^ Mr. and Mrs Leslie Moore and of Burdette were among these who' «"~ «l-«'p "obertson. «..,- nr e attended the dance at HI S htow;r ''^ '" Co! ° rad ° »»<» Anwna. «lll Fridiv luoht rnaaj nigiu. Miss Blue Boil Tatc of Dell was guest at the dance Friday niglil. Mhs Mable Pondrcn rpenl Sim- Co! ° rad ° »»<» homc llC!it WCCk ' Lj . Uc lc(t Mondal . fo , c -. n . S| »IK! two veterans' !-.os;i:tal u . llcrc |hc . v!l ,; o m .,, [ , t ,, oillg cxamlnatloti In ' young men who made a study of . of To *"ley, Ala. of coun- | Mr - and Mts - Paul Howarrt were . the guests of Mrs. Matsdic Thomas 'the. bring with them thrilling : Sllnd:l >'- cxpcriences of the life seen and i MrE - Young of Luxnra was the will probably relate a number of ! 8" tst ° : i! rs. Pearl Mori-is. Sunday. these incidents to various groups, '. Rllbv Mask was the guest ol Mil- who have invited them to spc;'.:. : drc d Ralph Saturday evening. The trips were gilts from their' Mr; c - W. Pintcs rerdvcd a parent* upon completion of their i premium for carrying thr drst tale day with Mr. and Mrs. Troy 1 , h . ;rt . (f to a pplicatio:i for ictire. atnc 5'' _ . . . Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Martin ol Berry farm spent Sunday wills- Mrs. Martin's parents. Mr. and Mrs Troy Ramcy. A revival is h:ing condticlrrl ;i! the Hlghlower school. Rev. stlnY:! of Biythcvillc lias cliarpc cl the singing and Rev. Courliman ft . . Jonefboro is the pastor In C'.UURI-. lirartiey. Canilhci'sviUe: Mr:-. Ollie Mr. Raymond Stanfltll of Conl J!..rr.r<. Hullinan. Miss charolyn Ridge attended church at Hichlow il.ii-.rr. Ko:iuct;. wns riismissn!. er Sunday and Monday nights. ,, . ., ,, , li()Sl)llUI A 016S r.iuer.;.' admltlcci to the Blvllsc- iil'c !:t^;);tal: Mrs. Claris CVie, :ity: Frrd Vaimlin. Coolc-r. Mo.; Ms^ Dorothy Katnia, Slerlc: Mr-s. <-. ,\. 'nilinan. Tomato; Mrs. Lucy high Echool courses In May. Mrs. McCill Presented rartlnj Gift by Auxy | cf cctton to tl.e Luxora Gm. j Mr, Eugene Paltiter of Missouri | is visiting his brothers. Mr w L Painter. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cockc and family vlslt.?d in Green County Saturday and Sunday Mr. Ed Scruggs ol Heber Sprincs. M«.-W. S. McCall, who.hai been' Mrs. Emma Wagnon viated her Uca.rurer ot, tile .American Legion !sc.n. Mi. Byars Wajnon. Sunday auxiliary seven years, was present-1 , ed a box.of handkerchiefs Itst-cve-i Read Courier sews Want Ads. is a. guest of Mr. C. E. Ccoke ami him family. tnr Miss Ethel Peters of Dell visi'.ert v.iio MiEb itable Fondren Thursday. the Mr.'Charlie Blllingfby ol Luxora :--.|t. WAHAKII. Ind. lUPi—A r.irsaber i <•'. ^!:c trade, a b' -:n: - !i. iilcil Miit for divucc on the j " i'.«s hLs wife tt.ii. cm-; to Vrrri liitxcl. in hi.s iK-'iion; .'rj).ii.ilinn, charged h i s, .liista\.i. with strikmi! liur. in. arm and .-hrsulders i .-.:th .0;^-. '.::•• hsm with "Just a few wordsof praise of your medicine. Nothing gave me relief and health as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound did. I am a practical nurse and was so rundown that I was unaHc to work. I used to sulTor agonies at times and u-ouU have to lie down the higycst part of the day. After two hottles of Vegetable Compound I felt better. N'ow I have used ten bottles and feel fine. ] recommend it to many of my' patients."—Mrs. Florence /obi- son, K. R. »j, Chi'iojtt, Kansas. attended the dance at Highlouer r.ilhn; him vile names and oi;l' rtiday night. him \,, ; ( . au h m -^. The more you tell the more you sell "We've had that spare room rifihl along of course, bill it just occurred to me that I might he able to rent it, and .use the "rent money" to pay part of the grocery hill—so I put a small Want-Ad in the Courier News and presto, the room was rented." 1'erhaps this is a suggestion for YOU. I'hone 300 WANT-ADS Courier News

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