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BLYTIIEVILLR, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Item* of efcMMl Interest QfiPIPTV PI I IRQ uuult I Y~ULUDu Activities and News of Women Society Calendar " Un. A. B. MlrOeid is entertain- 'ing Use Mid-Week club. Tbt Thursday Luncheon club Is meeting with Mr*. R. F. Klrshner. Mn. C. E. AtkUion will have In,? Young Matron* club. Frtfcjr . ' The • American }*•( Ion auxiliary is meeting with Ur». Harry W. | Haloes, Mrs. C. R. Babcock anil Mrs.-Welch rotter it the home of, Mrs. Halnes at J o'clock. . The Ladles Bible class of the First KethodUt church will have a business and social'meeting at the church at 1:JO o'clock with Mrs . E. P. Roe and Mrs. Zetfa O'Brien a£ heateuet. •' With Allen deck H*Mi*4 Wltb Partjr For obtaining the largest mini- ; her : of official ceals in the past] church year lor outstanding work, j members of tiis' Edith Allen circle' of '• the woman's missionary union in the First; Baptist church were hon- j ored guests at a party given by the [ executive committee Tuesday after- 1 noon. The committee offered such an affair as the award for labors and of the 17 seals received by the five groups seven went to the Edith Allen circle. The 1« present, yesterday, includ- I ing the officers of the society, en- i joyed conteils and games. Amusing • favors arid a delicious salad course were also . features, of the enter- rnent given at the horns of Mrs. E. ( E. Alexander, president. . ' .- « • * Has rarty Bereral neighborhood friends of Mrs. T.. J. Crowder were her guests lost evening for a visit to the county fair and later for a rcok game j played at her home on West Wai- ' nul street.. She served an appetizing fruit salad course with a hot drink. • « 4 lias Cteb. Mrs. Ernest Hoc was'' the only guest' at the Tuesday Bridge club party this week when Mrs. W: Leon Smith was hostess. In the in- . ter&stihg games played Mrs. Harry ; Ktrby won, the prize, a pair of rose | colored old fashioned cologne tot- ; ties. ' •'* •- •'. . : ; . I Mrs. Smith strved an appetlz- j ing salad plate. ' ' • : ' / .«.«.-* / Paster C*nd«c(> .Program. The Rev. W, .J. LeRoy, pastor ol the. Lake'- Street Methodist church, conducted the services for the woman's missionary society Monday afternoon' at. the .churCTi, when 30 ;... member*- attended* ' He used aalatians,6:l>jn for the responsive- .reading' arxi ills talk theme was ' "Brotherly- Kli'idness." The Lord's t prayer 'ih unison concluded the program. ' . WEtWJESbAY. OCTOBER i, 1936 Elizabeth Morrow's School Ready to Open ; Bits of News Mostly Personal Fifteenth Century Paintefs An Stalled The three painters of tr teenth century.. were studli interesting program of the ) chapter today at the Hoi. j»-ith Kra. Frank Thrasher ;;.s 'er. She gave a review in co -1f- Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Shipman and two chliarcn were guests of friends in 1'aragould Sunday. Their daughter, Lornlne, remained for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Fllppln. Miss Halllc Wllcoxson lias returned from Parngould where she spent tlic wcek-eiid with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, J, T. Wilcox- con. Mrs. Grace Hamilton and son, Perry Neil, of Memphis, arc spending Hie week with . her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Pccry, and other relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elton W. IClrby had as their guests yesterday Mr, nnd Mrs. John McKcnzlo, of Para- KOUld. Mrs. S. S. Stornberg left, last night fov several days slny In St. Lflllii. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. ration have as tlieir guest this week, Mrs. Patton's skier. Mrs. Ethel Clark, of Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs, Beard, of Jones- ioro, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. W hit Urn Tuesday. Miss Handle Payne, of Memphis, [lent y.'ilcrdny In the city. Maurice Rcsenthal, Louie Isaacs, Joe Isaacs and Herman Hess went o Memphis this afternoon for the Jewish holiday services there to- light. W-altlicn W. Prewitt, of Osceola, s a business visitor in the city to>y- William Fox, staff photographer ol the Memphis Evening Appeal, vas a business visitor In tha city /rstcrdny nnd today, Albert Arnt fltul Harold Steinfelt, of St. Louis, attended to business here Tuesday. Stamlley Carpenter, of Osceola, b In the city today. Morris Wclnstcln, of Memphis, is attending to business here today, ifrsr. William O. Potter "left last night for her home in New York after an extended visit with her parents. Dr. anil Mvs. C. C. Stevens. Before her marriage in the spring Mrs. Potter was Miss Anne Stevens. Mrs. L. E. Gny and son, Joe Franklin, went to Memphis today for a visit with relatives. They expect to return Sunday. Mrs- Howard Collins, of Memphis, Is tl'e guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sleeplcton. twclier "on her own" this year is Miss Elizabeth Morrow, upper left, daughter cf Ambassador Divight W. Morrow. Upper right you sec the nine-room wliite-palntcd'house at Englewood, N. J., v.hich she has leased as a school for children under the age of 5. Forty pupils are enrolled for the first semester, which begins Sept. 30. Lower left is the desk' from: which Morrow—a sister-in. law of Col. Charles A. Lindbergh—wHl direct her schcol. and lower right are.two of her assistant Instructors, Miss Elizabeth Eddy (left) and Miss Constance Chilton. slarcli becomes more. 'di^cslible',. There are Innumerable .ways'in • which nuts may bei us3d' to add nourishment and interest to other foods. Combined with vegetables, they make substantial main dUh- es. Added to salads or desserts' they do much to Increase the nourishment cf these cours«. la hr««d ihey are a valuable agent toward amending the protein deficiencies cf ctains. With the exception of chestnuts approximately one-half ounce shelled nuts supply 0112 hundred calories of energy value, one cunce chestnuts are required for one imndied calories. Potato nut balls make an excellent main luncheon or supper • dish. i. Potato Nut Balls f Four medium sized potatoes, 2 j tabtcsp:ons melted butter, l tea- ( spoon salt, milk, 1 cup nut meats, 2 eggs. > Scrub potatoes and boll until tender. Piel and mash. Add melt- - 'i ed butter, salt and enough milk to iiuilie moist. Heat well and add ens-half nut meats and one '. egs; well beaten. Shape Into-small '', baits, ITU in remaining nuts finely chopped, dip in e 3 g slightly •• beaten and roll again in nuts Bake on a buttered baking sheet - m a hot oven until delicately i- brown. Serve with curly endive 1 uippcd in Trench dressing. Dally Menu BKEAKPAST-Baked pears, salt codfish hash, cornmeal muffins milk, coffee. LTJNCHEON-Savory eggs, toasted muffins, fruit jelly, with whipped cream, crisp crokies, milk, tea. DINNER-Haraburg . «,a. rice with tomato sauce, baked and mashed squash, stuffed .pspper "Half Shot at Sunrise" Is Joyfully Absurd Comedy Half-Moon BRIDGE BY WM. E. McKKNNEY 14) If you hold a singleton of Secretary American Bridie League partner's suit, a long suit of your At auc'-ion or contract it is very I own with sure re-entries, it may necestars that the bridge have a full knowledge of player leads, . ing the study of Giotto before taking up the present study. A general survey of the life and Work by Masaccio and an account •'; of Vasari's life of Masaccio was I given by Mrs. James B. Olark. "Fra Angelico" was Mrs. T. E. Talc's subject. Mrs. Q. G. Caudtll took up "Fra Llppo Lippi and Browning's Account of This Palnlcr" and a j. Btudy-of the pictures by these art- 'k ists vie discussed by Mrs. Marion . Williams. There were -14 members in at^ tendance. - / _ - - • .•-'•* Ci«b RCMBKS Parties The Tuesday Luncheon club began its .weekly parties for. the winter season yesterday when Mrs. Bernard Gooch was hostess. Included in tho two. tables of players were Mrs. R. S. Dent jr., and Mrs •_•!-1 proper responses and the message the ihey convey to partner. The most important of all lends Is (lie original or opening lead. \vh.;n partner has bid, the lends arc- divided Into two classes— leads against a suit declaration nnd learts against a no trump declaration. Today we consider leads pay 'to open your own. suit (5) Holding ace, king, jack or a live card suit headed with lhc king, queen, jack, the lender should open the king, and then switch to partner's suit. Later on a table of leads will be what Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hawkins nt- the ball jjamc at Huffman Sunday. Mrs. J. I. dairies visited Mrs. O'Neal Sunday afternoon. Joe Portlock, Claude Shultz, Jack Buck, T. J. Richardson and Hcrslml Alexander attended the ball game at Blythcvlllc Sunday afternoon. Mvs. George Skelton visited in Half Moon Sunday. There will be an Ice cream ai|rl b:.x supper at Half Moon school house Friday night, October 3. Everyone is Invited. to open holding various yellow was prominent- a , lul slr ™6'", nnd partner's hand oughout the delicious' als ? con ' nns a re -°» lr . v - The- cor- J. F. Lenti, new members of club. Green and ly teen throughout two course llmchcbn served at „,.. o'clock and these shades in the tallies also carried out the color mo- In Ihe bridge games Mrs. W. D. Chamblin jr. won linen tea napkins for high score. 1 This group will play conliftrt instead of the uslial Aucllon bridge'it against a no trump declaration. When partner has bid and your hand contains any strength In partner's suit, it Is generally good bridge lo open this suit. The exception, of courte. Is when you have a strong suit of your own with reentries. Remember that you are endeavoring (o attack the enemy and it is useless to open a suit o'f your own without re-entries, because you may establish it and iHvcr get in to cash In the established cards. The opening leader should bear In mind that when partner has bid, j that suit usually contains length combinations. The opening leader should remember that It requires only nine ^ 3 f ° r " 1C dCClnrcr to *> P" 1 * nl »° lr ""'l> a' 1 " ""less he starts to attack the declarer at what seems to be his weakest point Immediately, the declarer may establish his long suit mid thereby go game. Seeks Continent Flight Roc. was decided. HAVE roct card to lead when partner has Jlrt is the highest, except when lolding four of partner's tult to the ace, king or queen, when the j fourth best should bs kd. Some Mnyers, when holding ace x x, ting x x cr queen x x will lead the lowest card, but this does not ;encrally prove profitable. Dy leading the highest card, partner can immediately read what high i cards of that suit arc held In the declarer's hand. When you open your partner's | suit fourth best and later follow j with another card of that suit, yo'.ir I partner immediately knows that' you hold fo'.ir of his suit with one of the three top honors. There are times, of course, when partner's suit Is not opened, nnd'; they come under the following ] classifications: gene Catkin, Jett Brown and Hurry Oxford attended church at Driver's Grove Sunday. Louis Sliullz, Joe Portlock and Alex Daniels played for a dance at Flat Lake. Saturday night. Among these from Half Moon who attended were William Billings. Eisrl ShnneyfeU, Jclt Drown, Graver Wiseman, Lecher Scliultz, Claude Schultz. George Lightfcot and Vir- glc Jones. Lois Brown visited Helen Bass Sunday afternoon. . Jack Buck and Joe Porllock jr will spend the winter In the Big Lake woods hunting. BY DAN THOMAS NEA Service Writer HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Heading the list of films just previewed Iti the celluloid colony is the Bert Wliceler-RctrM'l. Woolsey comedy, "Half -Shot nt Sunrise." The best way to describe the picture is that it Is jiist another Wheeler-Woolsey affair, if you lik? them, you will like the picture. The story is laid largely in Paris during the war although there is one sequence vliich takes place at the front. And it is absurd. However, on that score we will have to give the author and director credit. They didn't do things half way but rather made it so absurd that no- b:dy would even. attempt to believe it. Consequently you can sit back and laugh nt the 1 gays, of which there are plenty. N=w Sons Clicks There is one song in the film that you soon will be henring every time you tut n on your radio. That is "Kiss Me Cherie," sung by Wheeler and Dorothy Lee. Incidentally, Miss Lee, who lins been Wheeler's sweetheart In nil of his pictures so far, is at her best. Another film almost as absurd but quite as entertaining is "Those Thro? French Girls," featuring Fifi Dorsey and Reginald Denny. As the title suggests, this picture is n bit risque but dene so cleverly that It is not the least bit offensive The story, if it could be called such, is that of three French girls whose lives were filled with rent worries and their escapades with a Lilly Englishman nnd a couple of American doughboys. What they do doesn't make sense, but it is funny. So if you merely want to laugh away your worries, take a night off and sec It. Most of the credit for this film must eo to the director, Harry Beaumont, nnri the plnycrs, becnuss It's their performances that make it. The music and songs are good too. de plume. The husband reads the article, makes a date to talk it over with the author and the wife sends her girl friend to meet him. The girl friend and husband then fall in love with .each otter, the SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN sa!ad, apple sauce bread, milk, coffee. ginger Driver Threads Traffic With Eyes Blindfolded Cliff Jones, billed as "UiD man with x-ray eyes," thrilled motorists on Main street yesterday af- ternocn by driving one of the new DcSoto Eights from ths Lowe Motor company building fnroujh the crowded business section of ths city to the Main Service station, at Main and Fifth streets. Jones, with the blindfold wrapped securely around his head, parked the machine neatly t3lw BY SISTER MARY NBA Service Writer _ _,.^ When -the cooler weather ar-1 two other cars at the Texaco sta- rives, nuts of all kinds are a tion where it was serviced, welcome addition to the dietary. He then threaded his way thru Everyone likes the taste of nuts the Main-street traffic to the Ross and a study of their composition Stevens Co. store on East Main reveals their worth as a food. where he described the various At- In comparing the food values of wa ' er Ke » l "o^k °f ">Q'os. meals, eggs, cereals or beans with He appeared a* thi Horns ibea- nuts the findings arc interesting. ? T . 1B5t , n] " nl ' Performing various Peanuts, butternuts and almonds ™s°f magic and was sponsored contain more protein than any of by ."?. e Pf^t-Jeacher association vv....... •* *- i- j , j^i^fl f} lo Pf\^c Rtnunne *u\(*mn**.. - J-. these food stuffs. Further] the protein is of high, quality.I _i_.. pplrances •' tne SW I English walnuts contain more protein than eggs or oatmeal but less ihan beef steak or dried beans. - JONES (meeting girl-friend ' on beach): Just a word of warning. Ilic mineral content of nuts | There's a hotel thief around here, compares favorably with meat and | GIRL FRIEND: Tco Jate'old Baptist Adult Union at Hayti Elects Officers HAYTI, Mo.— Tile llrsl election cf officers for llio BautUt, AduH Union was hold last Sunday night at 0:45 in the north annex of First liaplist Church nt Hayll llie following officers were 'elected' Robert E. Dowdy, prcstcicnt, IJaily Cnniptoll. vlcc-prcsUlcnt, nnd Mrs Emery grcuii Sunders, secretary. cnplains were elected I choose members to tnke chnrge of • It Isn't always fair to review a film before it has had its final editing as cutters sometimes work wonders with it nuisi of less than mcd- eggs. Nuts are a better source of calcium and phosphorus than either meat or eggs. With the exception of pecans the iron ccntent of nuts is lower than meat or eggs. Pecans, which arc poorest ill protein and phosphorus, are richest in iron. Although nuts are lacking in vitamin C, their A content equals ] meat, and the B content- of-walnuts and peanuts equals eggs and meat. From these facts the housewife miist realize that when she- adds nuts to any dish the nourishment and food value, as well as the palatability. are greatly increased. Nut oils arc net considered indigestible, but like all fats they take time to digest. Finely chopped or ground nuts and nut butters are more easily digested than nuts in their natural state. Thorough mastication Is essential if full value is derived from nuts and unless older children and adults also are willing to do this, man. I'm staying at the hotel he runs!—The Humorist. ~"A WONDERFUL HELP TO ME" Read What Mrs. Arnold Says About Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound .Gcnevicrc Tobin, above, a comparative newcomer to the screen, docs exceptionally well In a colorless part in the forthcoming movie, "A Lady Surrenders." wife gets jealous and goes to Europe to gel a divorce and her husband nnd girl friend then get married- On the day tlxjy return from their honeymoon, the wife also appears, having changed her mind about getting a divorce. Of course ll is Dcttcr to " se lhc ground pro- there is trouble which finally is settled by the wife setting out for Reno. Acting honors go to Gcncvieve iocrc material. However sometimes | Tobill , wllo docs cxccptionnllv w.-ll it Is necessary to review a picture , vith t he rather colorless part of in this state. "A Lndy Surrenders", prcscnls just such a situation. About 3000 foct of film still must come out of it. That may and probably will improve it—it couldn't make it any worse. Story ts MrnniilKless Unlike the above mentioned films. "A Lady Surrenders" is supposed lo be n r,:rlous dramatic picture. Yet tt.s story is almost as meaningless nnd unconvincing as theirs. The talc Is that of a wife Sundays work. -They arc wll ° is 1 llite " successful novelist. i -- ........ .i tiv j till: i Mrs Frank Foster and Mrs. Bailv I Campbell. Mrs. Rcberl Dowdy was , elected correspondent secretary. l Plans, were made Monday night jfor an extensive study of the BIM« and a program was made for the social activities of the B. Y. P. u for the month of October »KMa»cierit to have cen- nn* mrttii as hold::-: cf : -Tie ru.ii aU ones amuse you, ' MMfe'at vfeuiht Iron, th:y , that, lend U* BKxt humorous >~<w.- Soa» oJ them'are doing f iom Unc< step*, others stand tills pos* to make yon . ar* wpeelally attractive *ifc'r«4-c*WUe» or bajrberry crecn r *~flri 'itf»pit"g atop thai. Jews Observe Yom Kippur . holds the' 1 "' 'n.irkcd with appropriate sc-r. ., ..- . .world's record of 7H barrel rolls I ices at the Temple Israel tonight i" M K» ql !" n 5 ' OUr P '' Cper nnt) lhe wome "' s """""I of 960 * o'clcck, and in the morning" opening would be Ihe king of your \ suit. loops. P. r< ?"? SKi « In your hand and have a strong; phlladelpHi will have 7 stories of suit headed by king, queen, and you ' garage space. 15 stories of offices are weak In your partner's suit, it. a lot tflcor for building equipment 10:30 o'clock with William Barowsky, of Manila, a? acting rabbi, i number of firms will be clos- Being bored with her husband, she writes a.bitter article on mairinge and has It published under n noni Four States WiH Share $550,000 Drouth Relief WASHINGTON. Oct. 1 (UP) — Allotment of $550.000 for drouth relief In Oklahoma. Alabama. Virginia nnd Missouri was announced by the department of agriculture today. The money will bo obtained from the unexpended baliinre cf an apportionment of 56,000,000 voted by congress last March for storm, floM and drouth relief in 1930. The appropriation limited expenditure to crops which could be harvested In 1030. the gtri friend. Miss part of Toll in is a ducts. Chestnuts starchy and arc are exceedingly appropriately served with meat either as a stuffing or ar, a vegetable. The raw starch in chestnuts is difficult to Dotlmn, Ala.—""VYIir. 1 . r. wonderful help Lydia E. I'iiiklmm's Vegetable Compound has been to me. I vns so nerv-our, ami rundown 1 couldn't be up half the lime. When I had taken one hotllc. ofVcgctablcCom- pourid I could tell 1 felt better, so I took seven hottlea and I recommend it highly. Itliclpcd my ncrvca ami keens me strong to do my housework ana wait on four iittlc children. 1 hope some other suffcringwonian will try it." —MBS. I'ORTKH 1,. AHKOU), 1013 N. St. comparative newcomer to the screen but she looks like a great, bet to us if she is given any opportunity ! whatever. Rose Hnbart also does } well in the role of the wife. Anil i Conrad Nagcl gives his usual per- ' formnnce. digest. Roasted or boiled, the | Andrews St., Uothan, Alabama. BAKING POWDER FOR OVER One of lhc large Hollywood mo- I tion picture laboratories ha? ed Thursday and there will be vis- led its tanks of old ilcrs here from Manila. Ofcenh 'ntions li C.ipe Girardeau, New Madrid, Ken-i in , . , r, n- .vw M n t »culd nay to open your own suit. | and 15 floors of apartments. nctt and other near by points | tion mto J60« " me h s turn- n • n th o'u" Guaranteed purt and efficient, USE lot than of high priced brands, 25 MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR COtf ERNMtHT , TOP PRICES HONEST WEIGHTS Courteous treatment from responsible employees 17 Gin Stands 8 unloaders mean QUICK SERVICE

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