The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 27, 1934
Page 2
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P&GB TWO •LumiViLU, (AM.) OOUBQEE NIW8 To Hive Procnun. . Tho E. E. Ue B. Y. l>. U, of the First Bapllsl church is having it* monthly missionary program Sunday evening. Helm Hood is k»der of the program "The Ministry of Healing" made up of these numbers: Scripture reading. Dick Tipton; "The Healing Ministry ot Southern Baptist- 1 ;" licles Hood; "Strategic Location" Lorraine S;coy; "Tlic Healing Ministry of ihe Hospital" Bud Wilson; "Mother" Estelle Hawks; "Florida" Kaih?rine Walpole; "Buck" Jack Wilson; '-'Eric" Albert Ridings; "A Ooveinor 8«*s" Enimttl Calvin; "Parker Fredio" Forrest Moore: "Tlie Spiritual Ministry of Ihc Hospital" Enimalm? Paae; "The Supporting Ministry of Southern Baptists" Jcssalyn Blomeyer. * • 4 County-Wide Luncheon Planned. By Federation. !' Members of women's clubs throughout MissLssippi county ,nrr being invited to intend n luncheon at the Blythevills Woman's club Tuesday, May B. for the benefit ol the educational fund ol the county federation of women's clubs. The educational fund has muile -it ixxsible for u young woman • to attend n stale institution this •year and efforts are beinj! uiiule .to raise enough money to have .her complex the year's work. T:c- •kels will be 50 cen'ls. ;' Mrs. J. W. Adams, of this cily, ,is chairman and slic will be as- i listed by Mrs. L.. O. Bycriey ol • Leachville, newly elected president 'of the county federation, Mis. R. |C. Langston, of Luxora. Mrs. S. JM. Hedges and Mrs. L. S. Mll- chcll, of Osceola, and Mrs. U. H •Roach. o( Wilson. .. Bridge and rook gamei will fol- -;}o\v Ihe luncheon, i;. Plans for Ihs affair were an'.Bounced nt an cxecullve board _ meeting ot [he Blythevllle's Wo 'man's club Thursday nt the home •of Mrs. y. 5. Slerncerg. president, '/ Mrs. John W. Edringion of Os- .ceola, until iccently head of the • county federation and now presi- ' dent of the district group, ant ;Mrs. L. s. Mitchell, of Osceola, ul- . tended Ihs meeting ' where Mrs •Edrington spoke. Mrs. Edringloi ;also discussed probation work .•which with educational work, I: •being endorsed by the dlslric group. = Fisher-Uc n*hur. - The marriage of Miss Bessie Donahue and Mike Fuller, both ol Portasevllle. Mo., occuncd here Salurday, April, aj., Tils ceremony was read by the Rev. s. M. Wai- MiE-iDV DAN THOMAS — GEORGE! SCARB'O paje.srrncoD.Bur*. 1 : UP 9N«1\<G- \UA WIGHT CLUB MJD TH.Ar STJcrg OVTHC C&AO ro f,l 'The Proper Thing" FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1934 Will Pieach Here When do you .say 'I beg your pardon', and when 'Excuse me!' •incl when arc you 'sorry'?" You say "I beg your pardon" after any real awkwardness, such tripping over some one in a moving picture theater where you have to groi« tor u scat in the dark. But when merely passing in front ot some one you say "excuse me." For a slight awkward- i such-as delay in rinding tick- eta. or goini? back for something forgotten, you, say "I'm sorry." Or, in the second ease, you say, "I'm sciry to disturb you," and "Thank you." as they let you pass. KITCHEN Bits of JVeirs Mostly Personal . .. Miss Floric Mac Phillips anrl Carney A. Huddleston, both of Os- •ceola, have obtained n maniagc license at Hi; Blylheville otfice of the county court clerk. > » • Club lUs CilKsl Mrs. R. L. Bradley entertained the Thursday Contract chili and one gues',. Mrs. Park Hatchett this week. Mrs. Baker Wilson won ihc prize, a salad mold, and Mrs Hatchett received a gift. The hostess seived ir pear salad with a strawberry ice at table decorated with colorful garden flowers. • * • •Cl»b Meets Mrs. Louis Siilibii. of Toledo. O., is the guest of tier mother, Mrs. O. G. Saliba. and family. She was formerly Miss Uidye Mac Snliba of this city. B. A. Uynch and Cecil Shatie attended to buiilness In SI. Louis yesterday. Mrs. Ciatland Morgan .s]K'nl Thursday itv Memphis. Stanley Wilson returned lo his homo In Newport^ Arl:., yesterday after several days slay with his brother. Juck Wilson, mid family. Mrs. Harry Brown. Misses Murio Leggelt, Virginia liourland and Irma Laura Barnes were in Meiu- ihis Thursday. W. C. LfjgeU hns ix-lurned from Jxfcril, Miss., where he visited his fjllier, who has been very ill but who is now slightly belter. Mr. nnd Mrs. (J. L. Berlin ami (laughler, of Memphis, have taken Ihe I'ut O'Brynnt house for ttie Mimnicr and Mr. and Mrs. O'liry- ant will spend the next severa mouths with Mrs. O'Bryant's la- Ihei- and fimiily at Iheir suburbai home. Mr. Berlin Holland News Note* Mrs. Matllc Strodes ami erai'd- laughter of Brasgadoclo returned wnio Sunday following several days visit in the homes of Mrs. Strodes' dausjlilers, Mrs. Price Tutiun and Mrs. Bill Sherwood. The Baptist W. M. S. will en» tcrlfiln Hie high school seniors u - ilh their annual bantjueL in Liie high school auditorium Friday nllihl. The high school faculty and teachers of other schools will bo among Hie guests. Mr. and Mrs. William Kennedy of Oak Ridge mid Miss Maggie Ilarbcr of Steelc were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jenkins Sunday. Mlsws Mury Virginia CapeharL and Olenc Booker were week-end guests ol Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Hudspcth of Carulhcrsvillc. They were honor guests at a number ot entertainments planned by Mrs. Kudspcth. LUtourn Nunnery has gone for a six months stay al Van Buren, Mo,, nt 11 C. C. C. camp. Everett, Utlcy and Archie Kichard returned Saturday following :i three weeks visit, in Flint. Mich., with Mr. and Mrs. Archie I'inks- lon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allison entertained with a dancing party Round Lake News Mrs. John Wagnon and baby have returned, home after an extended visit with Mrs. Wagnon's mother, Mrs. J. A. aschner, at Blythevllle. Lltlle Sam Deason has been ill this week. Mrs. W. B. Stanford, accompanied by her son-in-law, will How- ardjl have gone to Lcxisgton, Tenn., LO visit relatives. Miss Margaret MoiliU. of Luxora, was UK dinner guest of Mrs. Lem Stanford Monday. Mr. Shillings, who has been seriously ill from pneumonia, is now much better. What U believed to be a record was the .canning done by Mr and Mrs. W. A. Brantly who canned 80 cans of pork roast, four cans of ribs, ten cam of i»rlc chops, nine cans of sausage. 11 cans of sandwich meat and 75 cans ol lard. They decided lo can tho meat after having been offered two mid a. halt cents per pound for It at the packing house. " of the The primary grades ..... ,, school, under the supervision of Mrs. J. W. Sebaugh. arc studying birds beneficial to man. The Round Lake colored schoo had id evening. closing The exercises Friday I BY SISTKlt MARV NKA Service Slaft Writer Hcmembcr the classic picture of the litlle girl violenlly rejecting her broccoli because it was nil IiaU'ful .-.pliKidi to her? A 6 ^,, many members of the family seem to ayree with her about this riehlj 'ironful .and vilamankli vegetable but there are artful ways to get it eaten, benefits aix! all. Try, for instance, serving it it a fcpiirulc dish with horseradish lemon juice or vinegar for n sauce or garnish it with broiled mushroom caps io thai it looks like something completely new in tho way of edibles. T have always been sure that the people who don't like spinach .had been unfortunate enough to . _. , ... .. . ! lr >' 't fret i» Us erltty state. Thei The Rev. J. W. Moore, pastor could be i'.o worse introduction, ol lite Leachville and Manila I n^ Healthy I.e-uts Methodist churches, will conduct | AI market look for plants with services at the Lake Street Metho- ,,i e , ltv of KOoA , lc . lltny lca Mc dist church Sunday morning and . ( |i um - s ized plants with dark greei evening. i leaves fresh and crisp, free fron He Is exchanging pulpits with the i sn ,, d or dirti guarantee Dial th Rev. W. J. LeRoy who will preach vegetable will be tender nnd ai at Manila. attractive vivid yrecn when cook cci nnd dressed for the table. Nowadays it's seldom that : slapping of spinach is decidedl weedy. However, Ihis sliould b considered, as weedy spinacl means loss of weight as well a time in sorting out the weeds. Spinach thai is very sandy „ dirty is difficult, to clean because the grit seems to defy all washing If the leaves arc light colore and of a yellowish tinge and tight ly culled, plant insects are usually present. That particular lot of spinach will have an unpleasant • flavor when cooked. A few plants with a yellowed leaf do not mean inferior quality and of course the | center of the plants often con- (lains ihe lender yellow baby leaves (Which ave very deliente an desirable. I low to Wash Although ihe washing of spinach is simple, it's important Al= was nem - ways lif " • al Cooler three weeks ago nine - _ „. ,,.„ „„, new classrooms have been built 'he sand which setlles lo the bot- Ihe Baptist church. lorn of he. pan • is uot disturbed. stand in cold salt water for within two weeks to make final plans for the meeting which is expected to be attended by approximately 750 B. Y. p. U. members iu northeast Arkansas. At last year's meeting in Jonesboro, 500 were present. The Rev. T. H. Jordan Is the. host pastor and Mrs. D. C. Wines is B. Y. P. U. director of the Helena church. SteeJe-Cooter Society — Personal 'Blue-K leea the leaves drain in a colander for .a -few minutes to remove excess Water. Then cook covered over a medium fire until steaming, about live minutes. Remove cover and loss lightly with a fork, Cook uncovered until tender and »!mo-i dry. Season with salt Just before taking off the lire. Drain if necessary before adding additional .seasoning and serving. I • • . , For a copy <rf Si»ler Mary's lien- volume, "M Desserts," semi ten I cents to [ Special Service Bureau j Koom 315, «t Eighth Ave. New York, N. Y. A blue-eyed blond beauty from Northwestern University will ".ueen it over the famous Drake relays, wnen these premier track aud iield contests are hold in DCS Mollies, la. Mtss Martini Stull, above, was winner over co-eds entered trom all schools wbicli wiil riarlicipata iu the relnya. Tomorrows Menu BREAKFAST: Shredded freth ! pineapple,, cream, bread crumb pancakes, milk, coffee LUNCHEON: Vegetable omelet, egg and lettuce sandwiches, fifteen minute sponge cake, strawberry fluff, milk, tea. DINNER: stuffed iwrk chops, scalloped potatoes, spinach timbales with mushroom ssucc, salad of mixed vegetables in lemon jelly, ihubarb dumplings, milk, colfce. TREASURY DEPA RTMENT. Procurement Division."Public Works Branch, Washington. D. C.—Scaled bids in duplicate, subject to the condilions of Executive Order No. €GW. dated March 14, 1934, will be opened In this office, al 2:00 p. in., May 15. 1934. for livsect screens in I he post office at Blylheville, Ark. Specifications may be otlaiiicd from (he custodian of Ihe building, or at this oflice in the discretion of (he assistant director of procurement. Public Works Branch. W. E. REYNOLDS, Assistant Dircc- lor of Procurement, Public Works Branch. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Masscy and daughters were called to Laurel, Miss., this week by the serious illness of Mr. Musscy's fatlier. _ Since ihe study course was held ways lift the leaves from one wa- balh in another. In this way ing and looking over for cooking. This freshens any wilted leaves and draws out hidden insects. Cut the leaves from the stems. The steins arc hollow, are apt to contain sand and furnish little food value. They take longer lo cook than the leaves and make it necessary to prolong Hie cooking period if they are not discarded. After thoroughly washing let Want Ads, Read Courier News L. G. MOSS lilytheville's Cut-Rate UNDERTAKER Why Pay A Big Price? T --..«« b , A UK i^iiuui iiiacie mucn i Improvement this year under the 1 ™ 1 ' 5 * at the Jil >'" >evil1c hospital, direction ot noxy Joiner In Ihe w ' m SIKml the wcc * cnd wtth hcr closing exercises tire mice and "" " """'"" paper drills were features. nt least, half an hour before clean- u( Salurrtay ulglil. Mrs. William Willlford lefl Sunday for Detroit. Mich.., where her isbaml Is employed. Byron Holly, student at Mur- Mcmphls, Minnie Matthews, ami Joe Burns Jr., were called to Mem- Mrs. Elton W. Kirby and Mrs phis today to be ivitli Mrs. Oliver s[iciH the week-end liere with his District Convention of B. Y. P. U. at Helena Tlic district B. Y. P. U. con- uarcnls at Cooler. Miss Eunice Guthrle, who lias been employed al Lake City, Ark., has returned lo her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wagsler and children: Mr. ai:il Mrs. Q. C. Wag- sler, and -Mrs. Cecil Reardon spoilt Sunday wilh relatives in Tennessee. vention be held at ilelena June 15 and 1C, J. p. Friend of this city, state president, announced today. Mr. Friend will go lo Helena Great Uritain is attempting an insect census at Rothamslcd experimental sialiiKi; I80.0CO insects with spring blossoms! In the card games Mrs w H Minyard received the prize, a summer purse. * * • Club Entertained Members of the Thursday luncheon club and one guest Mrs James H. Bell, were cntcrtain-d by Mrs. Russell Phillips this week • The dining room table was decorated with a mixed bouquet in - itcrdny .. in Hells. Tenn., aflcr u briof visit IC :lvl! with Mr. Henderson's brother, "ight. Doyle Henderson, and family. Mrs. J. J. Davis has returned from n business trip to Success nnd Pocahonlas, Ark. Mrs. J. E. Whitworlh. \vho has hint Monday '-•A Sheddan's Salve were attracted to ._ within the last year. trap' Look Young With Mello-glo ' Beautiful women, admired for youthful complexions, use MELLO- GLO, the new wonderful French process face powder. Purest and smoothest powder known. Stays on longer. No flaky or pasty look. No grtme or grit. Prevents large pores and never smarts or fe=h dry. Blends naturally with any complexion. Demand MELLO-C/LO. 50: ai:d SI. • —Adv. U been III for a month, will a minor oiKratlon nt. tiic Dryllic- villc hospilal Monday. same shades two course low bowl with the emphasized in ihe zncnu. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner received ;1 summer bag for the pibc in the card which followed. • » • Oray-McClll Announcement has been made 6f the marriage of M iss Willie Raiford McCall and Bruc» F Gay ooth. of Covington, Tenn.. which occurred here Salurdav. April 21 The Rev. W. V. Womack. p^tor ct the First Methodist churcii Performed the ceremony. * • • S»mptt-Coirf»ton Miss Dessa Compion. ol Kcmicit Mo., anrt Rudolph Sample, oi Lutesville, M 0 .. were married ii this city Salurday, April 21. Jus- ticc G. j. walker read Ihc rcr- V [CC. Mrs. C. E. Bylcr Heads Lepanto P.-T. A. Group LKPASTO. Arl:. —The following [fleers were 1 cho&en by Ihe P.-T. \. o! Lcpanlo Ingli tclinol to sorvu Inrn? the ensuing year, nl ;i lln;\l liming of Hie ttision liclci Wcil- :csday allcnioon; Mrs. c. K. By- cr. president: lirst vicc-prcsldciit, laltio Bins; .second rlcr-prc&idrii'., Mrs. Fr-d stuckev; treasurer.' Irene Morion; secretary Mrs J "I. WcaOicrly. ' ' ' Kills Neuralgia. 1'ain Swltt d;irting. nerve exciting, IKiin :.!abiiing nunnilBiii be eased nnd Ihe congesllon Vjroken •-v:lli Siieddan's Salve. U contains ".» iiiimzingly powerful, soothing, toii;r.stion tlghtltii; drug nol loiind in ordinary salves. To case muscular ixtln, joint soreness and to Ijrcak deep chest colds, croup or I'ouiilis. You ciin flnrt nolliing Hint acls so swift, or brings such *miu- i"!: results. Two kinds: MILD for Liiildrcn; SniONG lor adults. —Adv. ') A hnkln; mnchinc can produce i.4t«) !oav?s of bread within an hour without touch of human hands. Heraorrhohts (Piles) cored without the krd|«, O<ber rectal diM-ascs trcaWd. Varkosed velnj treated Mn-iVfioaHy. DRS. N1ES A N1ES 514 W. Main Phone 9S. WANT-ADS To-day^ ' CORRECTION • In our advertisement of last nif-hl Hoys' Sup«r HiR Mac Overalls were quoted at S!k where it should have been Super n\g .Mar OVERALLS Roys' Sixes S7c J, C. PENNEY Watch For the Opening Of Our New Quick Service Station Featuring Minor Mechanical Rspairs For All Makes of Cars and Trucks Beginning Tuesday, May 1st. A New Idea In Service Will Be Established at Our 777 Service Station, Located on the Corner of 5th and Walnut Streets. In,Addition To Standard Gasoline and Motor Oils, Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires and Tubes, Washing and Lubricating, EXPERIENCED AND DEPENDABLE MECHANICS will be on hand to .render Minor Mechanical Repairs To ALL MAKES OF CARS AND TRUCKS, Specializing-in: Motor Time-Lips, It rakes Adjusted and Kelined, Wheels Adjusted and Aligned Fenders Straightened and Rcfinished And Other Minor Mcclianical Repairs BERNARD GOOCH, Manager Hacked Rij Our 10 Years Automotive Experience Phillips Motor Company Authorized Dealer McMULLIN'S CASH GROCERY FREE DELIVERY Specials for Saturday and Monday PORK ROAST Meaty Pound 12ic BACON Sliced I'ouml 15c VEAL ROAST Young and Tender found lOc Pure Meat I'oitnd 5c CHEESE \Vis. No. 1 Full Cream Pound VEAL CHOPS Milk Fed 1 OJL Pound PORK RIBS Small and Fresh Pound lOc PORK CHOPS Knd Cuts Pound 12lc ORANGES Nice I'loridas Dozen 19c STRA\VBERRIES E SPINACH Klvthevillc No. 2 Can 10c 's .Spedal. Noue DOG FOOD All lirands 2Sc BEANS Whole. Small Stringless No. 2 Can 20c BUTTER Hod. Creamery Pound PORK und BEANS iJffSffk FLOUR (Jilt Edfc. Plain MEAL Kxlra Fancy 21-i-b. Sack 40c SOAP 0. K. Small Siw 10 Bars 23c K - c - 21 r 25c Si/c 4m A \f MILK B Hraticl. Tall 6c Snt:l " 3c CIDER .Monarch Quart HotIK's Nice and (ireen Pound Dandy. Salt Kising Now Onlv OATS Hox 7c Vallev 1'ark Pound lOc

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