r APInro BLYTHBVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1930 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and $ews of Women Society Calendar H. O. Snu-ii haying the y Bridft'club. The exttuilv* botrd oj the wo- rrjwiv council of the Pint Christian churcli will meet Tuesday [or a luncheon meeting beginning • At 12;JO »t'the home ol Mrs. J. C. El- 11 j on the Memphis highway. The city council of the Parent Teacher association will meet at the high school al 3:30 o'clock. The' Wednesday. Bridge club Is meeting with Mrs. E. C. Patton. Hn.- A. Conway Is having the Mld-WeeX Bridge club. The' Jewish Ladles aid society will have a meeting at the home of Mrs.' Joe Isaac* at 7:30 p. m. Mr«; : .C. W. Allllck Is entertaining the Thursday Luncheon club. Mr»/ : Matt MooMhan 'Jr., Is entertaining . the .Young. Matrons Bridge club. Jr. C. E. Nura Oftken In reorftnizin^ Ihe Junior Christian EodeAvor toclcty of the First ChrUtlui .church• Sund»y evening, these offers were .elected: Frances McHaney, president; Rosa Lee RuMell, Yii«; president; Sara Pauline EvrKtS, secreUry; Buddy Terry, treasurer; 'Charles A-^Wood jr., re porter; Evelyn Nash, chairman o! commit**^. • Two iroups were formed with Betty Lea McCutcheon as captain of the Beds and Charles A. Wood Jr., captiln of the Blues. Miss Gladys Burbtm, sponsor for the society, pitns Interesting activities for the) fail and winter season. S, S. CU« Meeli Margaret Moore was elected president of the Queen Ester 6uu- day school class ot the First Baptist church in a meeting Sunday when these olhc r officers were named; Anna Bell 6tacy, vice president; Rebecca Grlsby, secretory; Pauline Hires, treasurer; Thelma McCarty, reporter; Lyslra Bracken, assistant teacher. • • * Tn Initiate Mtmben The local chapter of the Royal Neighbors lodge will Initiate three now "members al the meeting this evening, 7130 o'cioci. - All members :'are urged to attend. Bits of News Mostly Personal Jr. Hifh Girt. For* Athletic Clmb In an effort to promote athletics amont girls of the' Junlr.r high school a Qlrls Athletic club has been formed with 30 members. Officers of tie group are: Luc He Bour'tnd, president; "Frances Holland, vice jreskjent; MoUy Jean Secoy, • rotary;, Lucile Tyrone, tu .:-' :er; Gwendolyn Ftsher, reporlci, V,o- zelle '-Townsend and Lucilc lu .-.:•land, yell leaders; Miss Moutn Hughes, sponsor. -» * -» Wiliwa-GUkert Mist Doris Gilbert and Mr. Harry • ort>tfiEof?y Trtivr Tilt Tf?MiV OF-then - GfPnRKft. AKO •DiSTlMCT. I<T M.L .X. at.the home of Mr. and Mrs. Monts Sanders. Hlgli among the members \vcnt to Miss rftal Luckett and the guest received a deck of cards. A salad course with codec refreshed the two tables of players. Caili-Moran Wilson, both of Memphis, were i Miss Dnvic Moran nnd Mr. married Sunday afternoon at the home of the. Rev. Marsh M. Callaway, who performed the ceremony. Their only attendant was Miss Murrell Correll, also of that city. They will make their home in Memphis where Mr. Wilson is connected with an engraving firm nnd the bride Is a member of the nursing profession. Clauda Cash, both of Tomato, w;re united In marriage Saturday by Justice Ed Walker who performed Ihe ceremony here. Buchanan-Martin The niarriaRc of Miss Ruth Mac Martin nnd Mr. tester lluchannn, of Manila, look plncc here Saturday. -Justice Ed Walker said the service. City Cwncll F. T. A. BffiM ¥f»r'i Meetlaf. Preparations are- underway lor a full attendance of the first meeting of the city council of the Parent-Teacher association at the high school tomorrow when members of nil executive boards ol the organization here are urged to attend. MCT. B. A. Lynch is president. Mrs.'Jteyoolds Addresses Brlnkley B. and P. W. C. - Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, president of the local Business and Professional Women's club and state chairman of International Relations' committee, was 1 one of the speakers at the district 5 meeting of the Arkansas Federation of this organization at Brlnkley Saturday night Clubs from Helena, Brinkley, Stuttgart and Marianna were represented. As chairman of this committee she . attended the international meeting at Geneva, Switzerland, recently when an international organization was formed and this was the basis for her address. Mrs. Reynolds was accompanied by Miss Cora Lee Coleman, another member ol_ the Blytheville club. Smllh-Kremer Justice Oscnr Alexander per formed the marriage of Miss Efde Kremer and Mr. Clyde Smith, both of this day. city, which occurred Salur Yonn|r-norlson Miss Cora Mac Dodson and Mr- Lloyd Young, both ot this city, were married Saturday by Justice Oscar Alexander. • • • CrlhFleld-licynolik The 'marriage of Miss Cordelia LkeMO Marriage licenses were issued to these Saturday from the local office of the county court clerk whose marriages have hot been registered: Mli» Lorlne Tow bridge and Mr. Gaylor- Oates, bslh of Lea'chvllle; Miss Millie Thomas and Mr. Clyde Cook, both of Manila; •-.. Miss Beatrice Woods and Mr. Ode Ward; both of Leach,vllle. - • - Bonnie Lynn Gay and C. W. Garrigan Marry-al Oscoola Mr. nnd Mrs. B. F. Gny arc au- ncnnclDB the miirrlagc ot their cider daughter, Bonnie Lynn, to Mr. Charles Wnllacc Gnrrigan, HID wedding having been solemnized Saturday evening. The Ruv. J. T. Wllcoxson, iwstor of the Osccola Methodist church, snld the ring service nt his homo. The young couple were accompanied to Osceola-uy Mr. and Mrs. P. C Rothrock and immcdintely after the wedding Nfr. nnd Mrs. Gnrri- K&n went to Memphis (or a bri;f honeymoon. For tin: cerninony Ihe bride wnrc n lovely nntuinn model ot n woolen suit In navy with n cutaway jacket nnd Hie reel blouse coi responded with the lining. Her accessories were In blue and the shoulder-cor- ' Dr. Edna Nies returned yesterday from Mineral Wella, Tcxns, whore fihe spent over three weeks at the clinic ot the Norwood saitUitrlum taking a courec In the study of Ano-Rcctal diseases, Varicose veins. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rogers, ot I'arugould, were Biwsts of relatives I in re yesterday. i Mr. and Mrs. H. Saphlan had as j their sucsts yesterday Mr. and Mrs i R. W. Keck, of Jonesbcro. ; Hcbccca Flormnn, daughter of ! Mr. and Mrs. Sam Herman, Is a i patent al the Memphis Baptist .hospital: i T. J. Crowder left lait night for Si Louis filler spending several [lays with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls i have as llielr cuest for several days, i Mrs. Frank Y. Love, of Joiicshord. 1 Mr. Love will arrivo tomorrow. Mrs. J. A. Thackeray and Miss Maureen Payne, of Memphis, spent i yesterday wilh Mr. and Mrs. Aaron ! Rcsenthal. Mrs. Edwards has returned to her home In Newport after three wcckrj stay with her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Hancock, nnd family. J. M. McCiacken, of Memphis, was tile guest of Pal O'Brynnt for Ihe weekend. Miss Florence Arlan, Mildred, Pauline and Sara Lang, accompanied by Joo Applebaum, Bennie Ber- fleld, Maurice Rosenthal were visitors in New Madrid yesterday. William Ward, who Is a student of Arkansas A. and M. at Jonesboro, was the guest of Floyd Ward for the weekend. Louie Isaacs spent Sunday In Caruthersvllle. I Judge George W. Barham wa ] anioiis those from here who at- I tended the funeral ol Judge R. H ', Dudley at Joncsboro Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hudson have gone to St. Louis and, Jacksonville 111., for a business trip. They expect to return Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ketlingei spent the week-end in Bismarck Mo, with relatives ol Mr. Ketttn- ger. Mrs. Willie M. Cox returned las I night from ten days in Memphi ' where- she received treatment to her eyes. Preston Matthews has returnct to h|s home In St. Louis after spending the week-end with his sls[er, Mrs. Myrtle M. Bourlancl. Mrs. Lee Mcdlin returned last night from a week's stay In Memphis. Mrs. Nick Dawson and daughters. Lucile nnd Irene, and Miss Cannn- Patttrsoii suenl the week-end visiting In Sikcston. Mrs. Bob Bnrncs, Miss Ell» Morris, Miss Jewel Lcc, and Miss Hatlie Smlddy attended Die fair nt Memphis yesterday. Misses Lncile Dawson and Carma o-Eds Attend Class in Pajamas BRIDGE Hy WM. E. McKENNKY Secretary American rtrldfe League Tlie declarer In today's hand must refuse to win a trick in order fj be In n position to take a finesse later on. WEST S-A-J-7 H—10-8-3 D-MO- 9-4-3 C-9-3 NORTH S-0.9.8-5-+ H-U-J-5 D—A-8-5 C—1-5 E*ST S-10-6-2 H—K-+ B-K-Q- 7-2 C-K-Q- 8-4 trump and SOUTH-DEALER S-K-3 H-A-9-7-6-2 D-6 C-A-!0-7-G-2 • The liicliliiif South, (he dealer's hand, Is an absolute minimum hid, two and one-half tricks, tlieretorc he l)ld one heart. As the major and minor suits are of equal length, the highest ranking suit is bid first. West passed. North bid two hearts. Under the writer's system this shows the partner al least one and one- Dresses and skirts? Nay. The mode has changed at the University of California, for several co-cils appeared for classes recently garbed In uajamas, Here are Betty Warner, left, and Thelma Smith, junior and sophomore, respectively, as. they attire. reported In their comfortable A Story Book Romance sage of Premhr roses and vnllcy lilies added another color lo Ihe outfit. Patterson attended a puny in Charleston, Mo., Saturday night given by Clarke Harris jr. Miss Corrt Lee Column and J. E. Crilz, county agents, are at Yarbro today for meetings concerning the Yarbro exhibit ni the county fair nnd a meeting of the Boys' and Girls' 4-H club, Mrs. E. C. Holder, of Hnyli, shopped In the city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vcnzey jr., nnd son. \V.»P. Ill, spent the weekend at Fulton, Ky, Union Cily and Reelfnot Lnke. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Von Almen were guests of relnllvcs nt Ncwbern. 'i'enn., for the weekend. C. A. Cunningham spcnl Saturday niylit and Sunday In Memphis ns guest of R. L. Taylor. Mrs. Mny L- Alclrldgc was Memphis visitor Sundny. Jesse II. Wcbu, formerly of here The bride, who is a member of a j and now of Memphis, attended pioneer family ot this section, attended S A prr? Nrwcotnb collcpc at Mew Orleans after graduntiiig from the city high cshool and since her Crihflcld. of Greenville, I u ' :lr addition to the youngter set. It place here Saturday wi;h ' 8lric e coming lv:rc two years ago Reynolds', of -Blythcvtlle, and Mr I return from school has been n pop- O'Neal,' Crihflcld. i " '"' Miss., took place here Justice Oicar Alcxantlor performing the ceremony. • • • Tadcctt-Vrlcs " Miss Rose Vries and Mr. Zetle Padgett, both of Holrand, Mo., were married by Justice Oscar Alexander here Saturday. Jorm-Wllks The Rev. J. Hill vjcrtcrrr.cd the marriage ceremony at ;lic wedding of Miss Irene Wilks and Mr. Robert Jones, both of Caruthersville, Mo'., which occurred here Saturday. The marriage of M!ES Jewel Wll- Hanooo, of- Manila, and Mr. Har- rqfln;.Good«on, of Leschville. was Services Held Sunday For Charles Styers Fuiicrai • services were conducted at Dyerrfjurj, Ten., Sundy lor Charles Styers, who died at El Paso,' Texas, Thursday after having been thore two years lor ill health. Those attending from here were Mrs. Elvers' parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Pccry, Mrs. Styers' :islcrs. Mrs. ,H. C. Tucker. Mrs. Ma Mr. Garrlgan has been associated with the Chicago Mill ami Lumber corporalion. The son ot Mrs M. P. Garr'.gan of Union City. Tenn., he lived In that city for n number of years. His later education was acquired at Union University, Jackson. Ten., where he became n member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. A number of Interesting affairs are nlnady being planned for Mrs. Garrlgan with the first of these a bridge parly to be given by Miss Irene Crowdcr Tuesday evening. Mrs John R. McDa'.uel jr., and Mrs. Joe \Vnl.vm will entertain lat- jcr in the week. pany menus if desired. * * • Pork Chops Baked With Apples Four think pork chops, 1-4 teaspoon powdered sage, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 2 tarl apples, 2 tablespoons brown sugar, 2 tablespoons flour, 2 cups hot water, 1-2 cup seedless rnisins, 1-8 teaspoon pepper, 1-8 teaspoon cinnamon, 2 teaspoons lemon juice or vinegur. Wipe chops with damp cloth and sprinkle with sage and salt. Brown on boto tides and remove to baking dish. On eae!' chop place naif an apple, which >-,ai bc'.n pared nnd cored And ;he cavry filled with brown sugar. Mix flour pepper and cinnamon and stir into fat in frying pan. Cook and stir until flour Is slightly browned and slowly add water, stirring CM:- stnntly. Bring to the boiling point nnd add raisins and lemon juice Pour over chops and bake 0112 hour In a moderate oven, bisting several times with the sal Serve from baking dish. Apple Salad Four apples, 4 (ablcspoons su gar, 1-2 cup boiling water, grated rind and juice of lemon, 1-3 cui shredded coccanut, 2 tablespoon, chopped raisins, 2 tablespoon chopped nut meats, mayonnaise. Pare and remove coves -from apples. Make a syrup of sugar water, grated rind and juice o lemon and add fruit. Cover am cook over a low fire until apple arc tender but hot broken Bast frequently with syrup. The an pies should absorb most of : fh syrup'by the time they- arc 1 rTorie Roll apples in cccoanut, coa'tin them evenly and thickly Fill cavities with raisins and nuts half tricks and four small or three In [lit; queen or bi'.'. although it docs not promise game, it requires the bidding to be kept open. East passed. South now bids three hearts to show his pardiei a minimum heart bid of five cards. North took the contract to four hearts. The I'lay West opens Hie jack of diamonds, tie top of a SBiueiiCL', winch tin 1 dummy won with the nee. East laying the seven, encouraging the diamonds, declarer following with lie singleton diamond. Dummy'. 1 ; cxl lead was the Jack ol cluus, -ast splits his honors and cover-) vith the nucen which ths declarer cfused to win following with ttie deuce, West playing Ihe three. East ctnrncd to king of diamonds wiiirii leelnvcr trumped with the deuce if hearts. The declarer must now create i re-entry in dummy, and lead: .lie king of spad?s which Wcsl rtns wilh Ihe ace. West rctuins he ten of diamonds winch Hie declarer trumps with the six ol learts. Declarer now leads Ihe three of spades, West playing the seven, dummy winning the- tricks withllu queen, Easl following with the six The declarer has based his entire play on hoping io find the kin; of club.-i in the East hand. He therefore leads the five of clubs, East iollows with the fear, declarer finessing the ten which holds the trick. The nine spot- warns him that West is out of clubs. Declarer's next lead Is the six of clubs. West discards the three of diamonds, dummy trumping with the fivo ot hearts. The queen of hearer is now led from duminy, which East covers, declarer winning f.c Irick with the ace. Before lending an-, other heart, the declarer ;ni!3. now lead Hie nee of clubs, and West is helpless. All he can hcpe to win now is his ten of hearts. If lit discards a spade, the declare.'- will also discard a spade irom dummy and lead another club. If he trumps, the declarer will overtrump with the jack of hearts. By refusing to lead trump un til he was Into an ailvanlaj^aus position, the declarer 'ras mad his contract of four odd. mixed A college r:mnncc is to culminate In marriage next spring for Minerva Aaronson (left), 10-year-old stenographer in a New Haven, Conn., la'wyer's office, and John J. Raskob, Jr. (right), son of the wealthy chairman cf the Iicmocra'.lc National Committee. John J. Jr., who is'23'nnd the eldest of Mr. and Mrs. Raskob's eleven children, and Miss Anronson, the daughter o! a Jewish family, are to be wed-by a Catholic priest. . Their courtship began two years ago when young Kasiccb was a student in Yale. SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN business in the clly today. Miss La Vcrgnn Hood spent Saturday and Sunday in Memphis. Miss Elizabeth Blythc who is s riously ill Ironi typhoid fever, unimproved today. Miss Mamie lilytlic has returned from Little Rock where she spent several days. Miss Nollic Kcrr spent Ihe weekend 111 Memphis. Miss Mildred Bolm and Charles Tucker, accompanied by George Ropp of Joncsboro and Miss Mary- Ida Rynn ol Parngould, motored'to Joncsboro Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. w. W. llollipcler returned Saturday from Lnkc James. Ir.d.. where they spent five weeks vacation, 'ihey made the trip by motor. HY SISTER MAKY NtA Service Writer Apples aro plentiful in many sections of the coutitry this fall nnd the housewife will find the purchase! of half a bushel GO-d investment. H is alwnys economical to buy in quantity rather _ | than; hi pounu lots, r.ud apples can i be used In so many ways (hat there is no danger of waste. Apples may be scattered all , , . . solcmntied at the home of the Rev. [Rhodes, Mrs. Clara Pcery and Mr. P. Q. ; Borie Saturday aftenoD-:. o Und Mrs. Voider p ecry . ji r mA o'clock. "The MethodM minister I Mrs. Charlie Brown of Helena were used the. ring service for the cere- 1 also there, Mrs. Brown being an- mony; abo: attended by the bride's I other 'sister. tbrce->isters ana a brother. G«nt »t ftrij. J Mill liirgirrt Cross was the only BUbst";at.the .weekly party of the KrWajr Night club when M!,-, MirylArien Gallowty was hostbs • The.deceased who had oltcn visited here had' been an employe n! the" Dyepburg • postoffice for ten years . . ' . . Sake, a drink distilled Irom r'.ce, Is a favorite Japanese drink. i Francisco Mamirino, an Italian artist, was "the tirsl to set an opera to uui.';c. The opera. "The Conversion of St. Paul." was brought out lv ncmc in H60. through the menu and every member of the family can eat them and enjoy, them in EOine form or other. IJakcd or steamed apples are one of the firsl solid foods a baby eats and these same baked apples will be relished by the elders for breakfast with cereal and cream. Many irresistible desserts liavo apples as llieir basis. Simple nnd easy to prepare, they are as healthful ns (hey are popular. The combination of meats, particularly pork, with apples, is excellent. Nearly all saladr.-fiuit, vegetable or meat--rind apphs an appetizing addition. Followlnj; are three unusual recipes for apples. The fust, pork chops baked wilh apples, is suitable for a hearty luncheon dish o,a light u:eat course for dinner. The .salad nnd dessert both are delicious ami can be used for com- with enough mayonnaise to Put under lightly and make slightly moist, flame of broiler quickly brown cocoannt. Chill and serve on a bed of lettuce with a,' Spoonful of mayonnaise on each. Hospital Notes Clint Davis. Scnatli. Mo., was admitted to the Blytheville hospital These were dismissed: Roy Skipper, Steelc. Mo.; Pat Gllliam, Hayti. Mo.: Mrs. C. H. Burns, city; Mary Frances Burchcll, Luxora. SAME PRICE for over 40 Glycerin Mix j Removes Cause j of Sloinach Gasi Marshall Plans to Re-Open Restaurant H. F. Marshall, proprietor of George Wright's Cafe, which burn- crl last Monday night, aiinouiicc.l Saturday that he will re-open Ihe restaurant In the near fnlur:. The entire stock of the restaurant and Us equipment burned 1" the fire which scorched the r \vall> . of the bulletins anrt caused cansld-Ifcowrl. icinoving ixrisons you never j crable smoke'damage. As soon as an agreement Is reached ttith the owner of the building, a Dycrsburg. Tcmi. mm and other adjustments arc completed, work preparatory to re- S:::;ii> glycerin, buckthorn bark, liiir. etc.. as mixed in Acllcrika, | acts 0:1 HOTH upper and lower i Ihotitliv were there and which raiifcrt f.is and other stomach trouble. Just ONE spoonful relieve-, GAS. j-out stcmach, sick headariw and constipation. Uon't iv.rdinnc \siuch rlr^n^ only lake optninjr the restaurant will bsgln. JPABT cf bouel«, b'.it let Adlcrika . if^f >ou a REAL cleaning and! The nev,- name of Norway's capl-' sc-c l:ow jooct yen feel! It will tal is Oslo. Its old name was .surprise vo'j! city Drug Christian. .surprise you! Store. Adv. P6 MID-SOUTH COTTON GKOWKKS ASSOCIATION liox 01-1, Memphis, Tenn. False Reports Being Circulated About Cotton Association in Blytheville Territory Reports »rc heing i-ircuiaten thai Ihi; Mid-Soulli Association is NOT taking; short follnn. • t .THIS IS NOT TKUK. They will take all kinds of col ton. However (hey have advised their members, thai when their own price was less lhan beinj* paid by ginners and others, to sell the other nisin, Al'TKK CONSISTING THK OFKICK AT HI.YTHEVIU.K AND Al'TKK HAVING THK COTTON CLASSKI). Yon cannot judge staple of cotton by (he seed planted. Al many gins where i-nllon is being bought "HOG Hound", Ihe short coif on is selling for more (h;in it is worth, bill of course Ihe man who has siood staple is standing Ihe loss. SOMK cut Ion men arc consistently MISRlfrllK- SKNT1NG the CLASS of coltoii for (he purpose of making farmers I.OSK CONKIDKNCK in the ASSOCIATION CI.ASSKHS. The Association is classing it COKKKCT1/Y and according lo Government Standards and Methods, and can show anyone who will take time (o investigate il. The Hlylhuvilli' Office will he open through Ihe entire season and will take \\A, cotton offered every day, regardless of the condition of the market. 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