The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1936 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 2, 1936
Page 5
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THURSDAY, JULY 2, 19SG Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS DcmocrnUc Women's Club, mcct- liiB Hotel Noble, 9:30 u. in. Ladies' Bible class, First Methodist unwell, meeting nt liomc or Mrs. w. P. Brewer. ' Tlic Ladies Bible Class will meet with Mrs. W. P. Brewer at 7:45 (/clock I". M. Broiled Tenderloin and Apple Fritters Make Handsome Dip S. S. Workers Meet. 'Die monthly cxtciulon and council meeting of t'n» First, Baptist chinch Sunday .school was held Tuesday nlsht at the church with 40 odicers and teachers attending. lieports from teachers and officers, under the leadership of Harry Frllzius, superintendent, u. W. Miillins, associate superintendent, and the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor, showed a substantial Increase in members ;md efficiency over last year. Evangelism throughout the school for the slimmer was emphasized and a plan for building u greater .school, looking forward lo reorganization in Seplsmbcr, was discussed, some of the things deeiacd upon by tli c council \\sti a bi-ycarly sliuly of evangelism ot one weak, to be climaxed by decision rbys in the Sunday school; that, a training course for prospective teachers an:l officers ba carried oil continuously tlirciujV)oi)t the year; tlut a-card index system of unsaveil Sunday school kept, and contacts made to win these members; that i-rgiilar visits be made each monlii lo absentees and prospects: (hat tile extension department under the direction of its superintendent 'oe nmi.'.iasize-j and that officers and teachers bs well informed concerning its program. The meeting wns concluded with a talk by the pastor in which h; urged that, ollicers and Icnchiivi bs alert in emp'.iasizinj fundamental Principle- in C'nristian character building throughout the school. I'uclor I'resrnfrd llirthilny C:ikc. After the regular monthly business mcetinj of too Baptist Onions of the First Baptist church Monday iiighl. the Rev. AUre-l Carpenter, pastor, was presented a tirthdoy cake by the training union department. i In the social meeting, the Intsr-' mediate Union 'had charge of the entertainment mid the Grains union, under the direction of Mrs. Hoy Head, served refreshments. tilven Ililllulay Parly. Mr. nnd Mrs. j. E. "Neal. of Yar- .bru^. entertained Tuesday night with a party in compliment to their daughter, Kldora, who wns 15 years old. T/ie pink and.white color scheme was used in the decorations and in tho ice course served. Games anct dancing entertained the guests. - * * Bride Given Shower. Mrs. Clyde Wilson, w;ho before A jileasanl Is fc t or ll.e Ira,,, „„„», , lork ;iml ,„ comU|nal|o)1 ( :ork tenderloin with : ,p I; lc rin- fritters off to the tennis court or seashore and leave Mother to spinel long hours over a hot stove. Often that's what liic summer influx of "company" means. , If it doc.s happsn, it's really Mother's own fault, or course she wants "company meals" to be exceptionally nice, but they needn't be elaborate. I've worked out some «' with 5»3nr and plenty of cream °r top milk and crcnmrcl soups introduce milk Into meals fhul otherwise would be out of balance in food value. Apple Fritters Pour Inrt cooking apples, i cup our 2 teaspoons bnklno pawder •2 tablespoons sugar, i-a teaspoon salt, 111 egg. 1-3 T U) , mj ; k| CJ , 1IU . menus and recipes (hat will give mon anil powdered su"ar Lie table a f RS liv= air. yrt, am Pare apples and cut°in Alices ne n^itlier expensive, nor difficult to] Inch thick, ratlin ,„ move cors and s!i°inklc''each'""piece prepare. Here's Suffjestcil Menu c pece vv 'tli powdered sugar and cimw- " Pork and apples are a univcr- mon. Mix arid sift our bikln. snly popular combination, and powder, S u S nr and s alt Beat pork tenderloin will, apple frit-, until light and ndcl with mi k lo IC " ' M *£ l F.SJ^ u *.^*r ™S" rc ,. »<r unt^smo^ 1 ;^ dip apple slices in bailer. Fry '- kohl-rabi and glaccd ca:t:t,ts. Acid a salad of curly endive with French dressing ami finis'.! the meal with a fruity dessert. This meal is not too heavy, yet it is entirely satis- crumpled paper fyiui; and inviting. } ' When you buy the tenderloin ask deep hot fat hot enough to brown an inch cube of bread la s ix(.v counts or 3GO de-jrccs P. on n thermomete, and drain oil soft hcr recent marria Miss Kathryn Walpole. was guest, of honor at a shower party given Monday night by Mrs. L. J. Lavcrty nnd 'ner .-urn'.., Mrs. Ed Spradley. at the Laverty homo. The 20 guests piayd K ii!ncs and a contest in which Mrs. L,. £Haynes won the prize. It was a surprise party with th: bride taken from her 'home blindfolded and driver.' over the city be- Icre she reached the Lavcrty home. She was then presented an assortment of gifts. Punch and cookies were scrvs'd. * • * * Club Mceis. Mrs. diaries Pcnn had the Younger Set Bridge club Tuesday afternoon when Miss Margaret, Keck was tjc only guest. Miss Sue Butt won first and Mrs. w. A. Afflick second high score. A salad plalc was served wilh iced lea. Parly for ('•licit, iVcwcomer. Mrs. J. C. Ellis enlertaiiied 12 quests with a rook and bridtjc party yesterday afternoon in honor of ifi's Leatrlcc Barliam of Bloom- the butcher to French it. This means fnat h e . w ill cut the tenderloin in pieces about two inches long. Then he will stand each piece on end and flatten them with one or tivo Wows with the broad side of a cleaver. 'I'nis makes Hal round cakes, to broil or fry.. They arc so tender you don't need a knife to cut them alter cooking. To cook Trenched work tenderloin, sprinkle with salt and p?p- psr and dip each piece In Hour, coating evenly on both sides. Fry in butter or other fat on both sides, browning first one side and t'nen the other. After the meat is browned, cover and cook shohvly until tender, about 25 minutes. field, Mo., Tiouseguesls of Mr. and Mrs. o. A. Taut, and Mrs. A. B. Glass, who recently moved here from Qulncy, III. in the bridge games Mrs. V. O. Miller won hosijry for ht»h score the rook prize, a similar gift, went '^w^at^tr £? c^S The guests of honor revived tow- refreshments the hostess served a surprise loaf with' pickles, cakes and COM rrola-. Picnic. Postponed The picnic, planned by Oalaxy n. y. p. u. union of Hie. Number Nine News Mrs. Tom Hatton has been ill this week. Mrs. Turner and daughter, Vicda . Lee. of Barficld, spent Saturday night wuh Mrs _ c , lr , rtiornjuon. Afargarct Wade and Emma Gas- kni, of Stecle, have been visiting tars. Sadie James. Andrew Riitlcdgc will preach Sunday night at the. home of Mr islnviS. A ' J ' Ha " C> '- EVCiy °" C Mr. and Mrs. Rufns Downinc and family SW nt Sunday with Mr and Mrs. John Hatcher . Mrs. Stella Stovall has be this week. en ill . Mrs. Paul Collins spent Monday • n Puxico with her mother Mrs O. J. Whitle. Mrs. Bill Browning and Mrs Ens Bradshaw spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Stella Stovall M". Bradshaw remained over High I. Albert Lloyd Rhoads was taken back to a hospital at Memphis Thursday. Fred Ionian, of Calumet, spent Saturday night with Arch Mask. Mayme Lewis, who wns taken seriously ill Saturday night, is slowly improving. ihc ruin. | III 1032. / & It's easy lo get rid of Hying msccls-whcn you use a powerful spray. Bee Brand's 47 % cxlra killing power— Al% more pyrcljirins—kills quicker- surer. And lucre's no smell of IccroMnc or clreap perfume when you use Boo Brand—only a clean • , pleasant cedar odor. Ask for Bee Brand Insect | Spray by name. •y Highest Quality-New Lower Pfico -: Kill Garden Insects with p, ec i Arrow . Garden Spray. Prolccls roses, dahlias, olhcr ; (lowers, shiiibs. Kills ants in latras. Leaves no [ poison residue. McCotmick 6c Co,, Baltimore. 32% quider iuctu.l , fylostly' Personal, COU1UKU ilonicrsvillc Society — Personal Mis. Cl. A. Qiiiun niiulc n busl- T.S Irij) to Mi'iii|ilils MotKluy. Mr. and Mrs. Curl Simpson unil iliiuiihters. Anna M iu , illl( | 1)ol .i s JjiJK', iuid f.'i-n-elt Ijuntort, of I'nrasoiilil. . swnf. Siimluy here • with Mr. and Mr*. WiHurd Mlxt-ll. Airs. Cliiiide Kliniiklns. o( Illy- Hu-villo, vlsit«l frli'iuls : liere Sa't- U1-(J;1S 1 . ; Kirs. I). A. Kuilln iiud diuKtlilor, 1'loronc.e Purki-r. li-lt Sundny for Tiiiiimliu, Arl:., w|i, w i |) U , V W ||| , ., visit Mrs. R, n. Mrs. Opal Pierce nnd 5011, Jaine^ Arthur,'have rct\iniiid troin Tupelo. ; Miss.; where 'they -.visited Mr. nnd Mrs. c. t'. Hogiiii ;for three Max Williams; v of.\v|lson, Is,' a. pn- tieht at the SU Joseph's hospital, ; Mrs. fiorixce Mustek.-of .Russett, .Vj'.ns tdkeii lo St.- JJpscph's;iipsi>ltnl, jAleinpl(is. Wcdneiklfiy.' } t •-, : ' ; i MM..W. Jt. Dyess, of Luxora,-whs ,.,.,, ... . . adiuittced lo the. Memjilils naplist ^ ,^ """ "' aml f iun) | v -Mr. mill Mrs. Clinrle; K Klik- Illlltl IWrn cnllcil („ Tywfiupplly WfllHCSduy by. (|,,. sr , | 0 ,,, |,,„,.,... C'l Mr. Khsnuin's brolhi'i 1 T p .Kii-kmnn. Mr. Klffcimm: undenvW openillon ati liaplhi hospltnl, on jMoiidiiy uwt hl.-i Hint lie is 'JO years Mrs. E. p. Croiker. ot Center. hospital yesterday. '•,'Mi's. p. K. Tackle-tarry', of C:>- riillirrsvillr-, ; s „ ratleiit' nt UK Memphis Uaptlst hospltnl,' • MiSs Norma Leo Sellni't returned to;her home in Dexter,'MD., y'es- '.crdaj' afler n visit with. Mr. and Mrs.-/Hugh Nelson Tiiainpsan. Mrs. David Barton, of New' Madrid, MO, is visiting her parents Mr. aii.1 Mrs, w. M. Burin. Mrs. Heavy T Dnindenbiirs. of Ti'rrc Hnute, lnrI.-;-ls Hie guest of her purcnts, Dr. .niirl Mrs n. i, Boyd. " •"'. Mr. and Mrs. Howard FrYsby nn;i 'i»i, of Memphis, have arrived licr_' to make their huiiie at 1119 C'.ilck- asawba Ave. Mr. prisby Is'con- ncftctl with tile unrborbCompany. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. .Waterman have returned lo llielr home In Memphis after a brief stay here. Miss Miiry MeVritt, of Ij-ikc Vil- '8c, Ark., arrived yestfniliy to visit Mr. and'Mrs.'o'rmrles'.I'siin for a week. Mrs. Pcnn and Mrs. Huntr-r C. Sims met licr In J[»m- plils. •••-.- . Leroy .Tomlinsmi, of Three jiiv- ers, Mich., is 'spending' his vacation, with his arandparents, Mr. and Mrs, J .W. Tomlinson.'' Denver Dudley of Joncsboro was visitor In this ' city .' yesterday mil toduv. July iiixl August (here wilh her Ruby cm\y, of nlirt Jolini'tle Wnldtn, »t Shrcve- purt, Ln. Mr. inul Mrs. l|. [, Simmon u ml Kim, Hromli'y, ,,,,,1 Mr . „„-,, Mrs. 1'. A. Cllles left Monday for Lallns lt> at loud ilw Centennial r-Xpl.-sllioil, IH.-lkim; U lc (||[> („ llii'lr rnr. MI.SS Whirl llrlekoy hus rclurn- cd from a («<> weeks vlsii willi Miss Jewel Kubaiik nl IVanklln, MINI I'nirl Ciirtwrlght left Monday for Hrlsiul, va., wlic-re tlu> will sppiiii ,j,iiy mu |' Augllst :il Camp Sniiioynh. _ W. W. I'lVWIU ulul Kill. Dink, urovi- In 'Mi'inphls Tiicsilay nliUit Walihiiii Jr., who «re 111 n|. llnl Kspllsl hixspltal, Teelli (tattle; ]) ( >iitlsl Sued ,,, V , I ^'V' IA ' (;a '' (U1> > ~l»Ufrt Tllnkcfli'ti won a j $5r>:j tinmaiiu ;uv(trit from a local dentist on llr Kroiiiids his fiilse leeth rattled so Ihnt he lost m poiuuts In ivclglil " lind.uskeil fur $0,825 (lunuigcs' Kraggaddcio News Mr. nnd Mrs, i>. a. Holt, and son, lillly, M. 11. Luwts nnd son. Ciciii;, Mnx Wnllnce nnd Jewell Lewis, of hero, Mr. nnd Mrs. j, p Wilkinson and • daughter, Dully, of Memphis, um| Mmcus Wnlkcr' of Hiiytl, left Bnlurday "night for Mountain View for 11 lnw days by Miss lira Holt, of here nnt'l' liy Miss lieu lio'.t, o here, and' Jnlimile Jlinlon, of Cnitithersvllle • who reliirni'd Sunday. Delno Hull, of Uiccoln, spent (lie iiwfe end lierc. Miss Nlnn Iluckiiba,. accompanied by Mrs, liriinson and clnugh-., lor, fliHty, of rjnrulhcrsvllle, aiidt Hurnlii Znmcor, of llnytl siienl Ihi' week end In Dvei-sburi- Tcnn Mr. Xnracor. visited, icliillvcs at Nevvbrrii. A. Y. lliji'luibii, Gordon Niece loin Long, Corgln Gallahor, nnd llerl Skinner drove (6 Memphis Jilfwlny. to tirmtigc for the pur, clmse of n new seliool bus for tho l»;«88nrtuelo illslrlct." The dally, movement-of tides 1< lengthening in, thousandth part U a second every century, <| OIK 6UIKPRAY "£ AWAYf C£Tf Hlf BV6 ' I Olen. render spent Nundnv In Memphis with A. ij|, y , wllo ~ t . .,, imrlrat in lilctluxIlM hospliiii ^fr. mill Mrs. o. M. Wells anil daughter. Miss Pntllr, iiiadp ,i business .trip i o Curtithfrn-llle Prl- ..lay. Morpheus Co-respondent In Suit for Divorce . HAN JOSE. C'n.l. (UP)— Morplicin has at last been named a s a '.virtual co-respondent : In a divorce suit. li( . Mrs. Winifred Johnson alleges her '• husband •f'reiircil early every evcninc and slept,•'•uiilil -iioon'-'llie ne.vt day until hc : .'finally lost 1 his Job nnd 'fie wiY obli 0 'cd to go to work. ' 0socola , • •Society—.Personal Miss Annette Klrhy. of CJolum- uus. Miss., ims acceph'd u posl- llcii In the (jlilcc of JOL< Walker coiuily nn'ent. She is n nlrej of Mrs. f,m\m Tiiytor. cf Reiser. Ciirclyn and llrtly Jane GwaU- i:cy. tliuiBhle.r.H ot Mr. and Mrs, .liuunlc r.WLiltncy. left Mcnday for Ciuii]) .l.v.rc. Luke Lure, N 0 lo :.|H'iu! the remainder ot Itic :-unuiicr. Mrs. E,.,A. TenforJ and smi, Amtrose, Mrs. I{. li. Jo ra , :; lm ,| daivjhlrr. jMiss E.'licJ, ivcrc lllv- Ilicvlllc visitors Wednesday The Rev. E. L, cole iind Mrs. l<. 1J. Jtijic!,- nltciKled a' incellir; cf tlie board of trustees ()r Joncs- boro Baptist college at Joueslwro Monday. • ; Mrs. c. 1!. Driver is in Mr-ni- PbLs for several dnys wilh lu-r sister. Mrs. c. 11. O'Neill, of Dallas, Tcsnn. Mr. ONeal Is ill at the Baptist licKjillal. Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Mayliiujh and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morris, of Luxorn, were dinner fj(ic.';ls of Mr. ami Mrs. K. /\. Tcaford Sunday night, the occnsion belli'; flic seventy-seventh birthday ; of Mr MnyluiBh. Miss an nil i Frances Morcliead <•< -iselor nt Cnmn Keystrine. llre- vnril, N. 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