The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1934 · Page 4
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(ARK.) COUBDBB NEWS Will Preach Here 'The Proper Thing" DAN THOMAS —-GEORGE SCARB'O FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1931 To Hive Program. ! The E. E. Lee B, Y. P. u. of the First Baptist church is having its monthly missionary program Sunday evening. Hc!sn Hood is leader of (he program "The Ministry of Healing" made up of thfEe numbers: Scripture reading. Dick Tipton; "The Healing Ministry ol Southern Baptists" Holes Hood; "Strategic Location" Lorraine &-•coy; "The Healing Ministry of Ilic Hospital" Bud Wilson; "Mother" Estelle Hawks; "Florida" Katharine Walpole; -Buck" Jack Wilson; !'Eric" Albert Ridings; "A Governor Sees" Emn-.ett Calvin; ••Father Frcdic" Forrest Moore; "The Spiritual Ministry of the HosiJllul" Eaimallna Page; "The Supporting Ministry of Southern Baptists" Jessalyn Blomeyer. 1 » • + .County-Wide LuiKhcun Planned By Federjlluii. !. Members of women's clubs throughout Mississippi county, are being invited lo intend a lunched) at the Blythcville Woman's club Tuesday, May S, for the benefit of the educational fund of the county federation of women's clubs. '. The educational fund has made it possible for a young woman •to attend a state institution this •year and efforts are being made .to raise enough money to hnvcj .her complet3 Ihc year's work. Tic- •kets will be 50 cents. ;; Mrs. J. w. Adams, of this cily. ,»s chairman and she will be as- Ilsted by Mrs. L. O. Byerlcy ol •Leaehville,' newly elected president •of the county federation, Mrs. U .C. Langston, of Lu.xora. Mrs S. .M. Hodges and Mrs. L. S. Mitchell, of Osceola, and Mrs. R If. Roach, of Wilson. ' Bridge and rook games wilt fol- ilow the luncheon. !, Plans for tho affair were ati- '.nounccd nl an executive board /meeting ot Ihe Blythevllle's \Vo- .man's club Thursday nt. the home •cf Mrs, S. S. Slernberg, president ' Mrs. John W. Edrlngton of Os- .ceola, until recently head of the • county federation and now p rc si\ dent of the district group, and .Mrs. L. S..Mitchell, of Osceola nt- . tended the meeting where 'urs. :Ednnston spoke. Mrs. Edrlngton ;.al5o discussed probation work, .which with educational work Is •oemg group endorsed by the district ' Fisher-Ik nahur. .Tlie man-inee of Miss Bessie Donahue and Mike Fisher, both of Portascville. Mo., occurred here Saturday', April. 21.. Ths ceremony was read by the Rev. a M Wat£on. . Miss Plork Mac Phillips a ,, d Carney A. Huddleston, both of Os- •ceola, have obtained n innnla°c license at the Blythcvilie olfice of the county court clerk ^ • • 'Club l H ' cnterlainetl «,. ' cner the Thursday Contract club an on* guest. Mrs. Park Hatchou this week. Mrs. Baker Wilson won the , salad mold/ and Hatched received a gift. Mrs. The hostess wived a-pea,- Ba i a ,i decorated flowers. colorful (able Club Meets Mrs. Elton W. Kirhy und Mrs Max D. Miller jr., played cuds *Uh members of the Wednesday ;Bridgc club this week when Mrs. Harry Kirby w w hostess. A two course menu was served at the luncheon table, decorated with spring blossoms: J",.l n , e ca rd games Mrb. w. H. ived the prize, a turn- _ BRINE VflLl.lA.MS, WAVPAS 3A3Y C.7HE PSJEKTitoD. SUTHf IOOH UP StHflKG- IH B M'D T> TO When do you say •] beg your pardon', and when 'Excuse me! 1 iind when urc yon '.sorry'!" You say "I beg your pardon" utter any real awkwardness, such as tripping over .501110 one in a moving picture theater where you liuv<! to grope, for :i scat in the , dark. But when merely passing hi • front ot some one you »ay -ex- ' uso me." For a slight awkward- , - cif such as delay In finding tick- f ta. or going back for something * 'oi-gotlcn, you say "I'm sorry." Or, n the second case, you say, "I'm sorry to disturb you," and "Thank •on," -as they let you pass. Round Lake News Mrs. John Wagnon and baby :iave returned. rion>e after an extended visit with Mrs. wagnon's nother. Mrs. J. A. ascluicr, »t niythevillt. Little Sam Deason ill this week.. Bib oj Nca's Mostly Personal Mis, Louis Salibn. of Toledo, O., Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. O. G. Salibu. and family. She was formerly Miss Ladye Mac Sallba of Ihls city. B. A. Lynch und Cecil Shnne attended lo business in St. Louis yesterday. Mrs. Garland Morgan tpenl Thursday in Memphis. Stanley \Vilson returned in his home In Newport, Ark., yesterday after several clays stay with his brother, Jack Wilson, and family. Mrs. Harry Brown, Misses Murlo Leggeit, Virginia Bourland and lima Laura Barnes were In Memphis Thursday. W. C. Lcsgcu has returned from Oxford, Miss., where lie visited his father, who has been \«ry ill but who is now slightly teller. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Uerlin and danshler, of Memphis, have lnV.cn Ihc Pal O'B.-ynnt house for Hie r.mnnier and Mr. mid Mrs. O'Bvy- ant will spend the next several months with Mrs. O'flryaiit's father and family m, their suburban Holland News Notes Mrs. Matlie Strodes and Brand- daughter of Braggarfodo returned homu Sunday following several days visit in the liomes of Mvs. Sliodes' dauRhlers, Mrs. Price Tatimi and Mrs. Bill Sherwood. The Baptist W. M. S. will entertain the high school seniors with ihelr annual banquet in the high school auditorium Mrs. W. B. Stanford, accompanied by her son-in-law, Will Hou-- ardfl have gone to Lexisgton. Tcnn., to visit relatives. Miss Margaret MoIIitt, ol Luxora. was the dinner guest of Mrs rai Stanford Monday. Mr. Shillings, who has been seriously ill from pneumonia, is now much better. What Is believed to be a record was the .canning done by Mr anil Mrs. W. A. Brintly who canned BO cans of pork roast, four cans of ribs, ten cans of pork chops nine cans al sausage, it cans of sandwich meat and 15 cans ol laid. They decided to can Ih- meat after having been offered nlglit. Tlie high and teachers or will bj aiuon^ the Friday school faculty oilier schools guests, home. Mr. Berlin is munngcr ol Saturday 1 - Mr. und Mj-s. Wllliiiin Kennedy of Onk Ritlee iiucl Miss Mnggie Harlicr of Stctlc vvci-s dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jenkins Sunday. Misses Mnry Vlrglnln Cnpclinrt und Olenc Booker were week-end guests of Mr. und Mrs Cecil Hutlspeth ol Carulliersville. Tliey were lionor guests at a number or entertainments planned by Mrs udsin'tli. LilUourn Nunnery lias gone for .six ntontlvi stay at Van 13uren, Mo., nl a c. C. C, camp, Everett Ullcy and Aicliie Richard returned Saturday following a llii'ce n-eeks visil In Flint,, Mich, with Mr. and Mrs. Archie Pinkston. Mr. ;ii!d Mrs. Curl Allison entertained with u dancing party aiu and . Clab Enter! lined Members of lh t Thural-iy ^ncheor, club and one guelt C. James M . M} vcn cnl by !vlrs Russell Phillips this week. me dmmg room table was decorated xith a mixed bouquet m , S 'S Sft Unique Ctemlnsf Service. Mr. and Mrs. George Matthew.-, •"' daughters, Mrs. Joe Wntfon Mi.« Allnnio Madhews, and Joe Burns Jr.. were called to Mem- today to be with Mrs. Oliver Coppcrtsi; who is critically ill ol the Baptist hospital. Mr. Cop- redge nccompanicd her ihcre several days nso. .Mr. and Mrs. Grargc Henderson -cliiriicd yesterday to their home n Bells. Tenn.. after a brief visit ivitli Mr. Henderson's brother Jo.vle tleiiderson. and family Mrs. j. j. Unvls Uas re |,, rll , (i lorn a business Irip to Sucress ind Pocahonias. Ark. Mrs. J. E. Whilu-orth who | ns bten 111 for n month, will nmlrnin i minor operation at the Blvihc- villc hospital Monday. Mrs. C. E. Byler Heads P.-T. A. Group Gray-.HcL'all AnnouncemMt has been made of the marriage ol Afford McCal, 31ld Mis Performed the ceremony. Mo., and Ru^'Vampr' 01 ,!; Lutcsville, Mo., were married n :£? "<>• Saturday, April 21. j us •K* G. J. Walker read ihe rcr- , ,\rk.--n, c following officers were chosen by the !>-T A. Of Lcpanlo liigh school to serve ciurng the eiisiimc year, nt a final meeting of the sexton held Wednesday tifternoon; Mrs. C E Bv- ci•president: iirsl vice-preside.it, "attic Bins: second vlcc-prcsidciv, Mrs. Fred Stuckev; treasurer Mi is Irene Morton: sccrclnry. Mrs J WciUhcrly. . ' Mrs. Wllllnm Willlford l;(t Sonday for Detroit. Mich., where her husband is (unptoyed. Byron Holly, sludcni. at Murdoch's colton school in Memphis, sixiu the week-end here with his wife. Lex DagEett returned Tuesday lo his home ut Nashville. Tcnn after lieing the house gueM of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Liltl; . for three days. Mr. and Mrs. Little • for him Monday _. '..•>. Sheddan's Salve Kills Neuralgia I'ain Hwilt (hitting, nerve exciting, pain Cabbing neuralgia c.in be 1 and Ihc congestion broken Sheddan's Salve. It contains :imnztm:l.v powerful, soolhing ion;cstk)n ll s hlin K drug not found in redinaiy salves. To case muscular pain. Joint soreness and brc..i, deep chest colds, croup or i-oiiglis. You can find nothing that acts to swill, or brings such amaz- "1=1 results. Two kinds: MILD for I'liilrtrcu; STRONG for adults. —Adv. 3 A baktn;; machine can iirotlncc -.•M lc.iv;s of bicad within an x>«r wltliout touch of human The R'ev. J. W. Moore, pastor of the. Leudivills and Manila ] Methodist churches, will conduct services at the Lake Street Methodist church Sunday morning and evening. He is exchanging pulpits with the Rev. W, J. LeRoy who will preach at Manila. has besn and a. half cents d for it at the packing house I he primary grades of the school, under the supervision of studying Mrs. J. yy. Sebauthi ul birds benelicial to man The Round Ij.ke colol , d s had its closing exercises Friday evening. The school made much within two weeks to make final plans for the meeting which is expected to be attended by approximately 150 B. Y. p. u. members in 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. Stee'e-Cooter Society — Personal . scoo made much -* 1 ' 1 ** ^"»» Improvement this year under Ih " uvsc at llie , direction of Ro.ty Joiner i n the Ki " blKml Uie W(x ' k Clld with lll ' r closing exercises the mice anrt """"'"= <" '""•>>"•• paper drills were features District Convention of B. Y. PJLJ. at Helena Tire district B. Y. p. u C on- 'entlon will b e held at Helena line 15 and IB. j. P . Friend of this city, slate president, announce<i today. Mr. Friend to HoJeiu llev. and Mrs. M. A. Mastey and daughters were called to Laurel, Miss., this week by the serious illness of Mr. Massey's father. Since the study course ivas held :il Cooler three weeks ityo niius new classrooms liave been built at the Baptist church. Miss Eula Mac Jeffers. student hospital, - - — -— v end ' liarcnls aL Cooler. Miss Eunice Gulhrle, who has been employed ai Lake City. Art:., lias returned lo her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wagslw and children: Mr. and Jifrs. Q. O. Wiii;- sler, and .Mrs. Cecil Heardon sp;m Sunday with relatives in Tennessee. Great Britain is attempting an insect ccnsirs at liotliamstcd experimental station; 180.0CO insects were attracted to a "light trap" within the last year. Hemorrhoids (p(i«) cared without the knU& Other r«- ('1 dbt»es treated. utas (rated • DBS, N1ES * NIES 514 W. Main Phone 98. PeadThe WANT-ADS • CORRECTION • In our ailvcrlisemciU nf l;isl ni K ht IViys 1 Sujwr I«K ^uic (Jvenills were quoted ;il S5« where it should Siipt-r Kit; OVERALLS Hoys' Sixu.s 87C KITCHEN BV SISTER MAKY NEA Service Slaff M'riler Remember the classic picture of liic llllle Birl violently rejecting her broccoli because it was nil hateful i.])in:ich lo her? A good many members of MIC family Ke C]n to at'ric with hrr iiboiil this richly fruitful .and vitamanish vegetable but there are artful ways to get it eaten, bciicfUs ami all. . Try, lor instance, serving it. in n tepame dish with horseradish i lemon juice or vinegar for a sauce,' .or garnish it with broiled mush-' room caps so that it looks like, something completely new in (ho way of edibles. I havi! always been sure that (lie people who don't like spinach j had been unfortunate enough to | try it first in its gritty stiue. There could be i !0 worse Introduction. Hick Healthy leaves At market look for plants with plenty of good healthy leaves. Me, mum-sized plants with dark green i leaves fresh and erisp, free from {sand or ctirl, guarantee that the vigetablc will be tender and an attractive vivid green when cook- cci and dressed for the table Nowadays it's seldom that a shipping of spinach is decidedly weedy. However, this should be considered, as weedy spinach means loss of weight us well as time in sorting out, (he weeds Spinach Unit is very sandy or dirty is difficult to clean because the grit seems lo defy all washing H the leaves are light colored and of a yellowish Huge mid tightly curled, plant insects nre 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 contains the tender yellow baby leaves which nre very delicate an desirable. Iluir to Wash Although tile washing of spinach is simple, it's important. Always lift the leaves from oire water both to another. In this \vav the sand which settles to the bot- Itom of lie. pan-is not disturbed. Its n good plan, too. to let spinach stand in cold salt water for at least half an hour before clean- Look With Mello-glo Beautiful women, admired for yoiilhfii] complexions, use MELLO- GLO. the new wonderiul French prccess face powder. Purest and smoothest powder known. Stays on longer. No flaky or pasty look No grime or grit. Prevents large pores and never smarts or feels dry. intends naturally with any complexion. Demand MELLO-GLO 50u 'mid SI. - -Adv.6 Watch For the Opening Of Our New Quick Service Station Featuring Minor Mechanical Repairs 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, .''ire- stone Gum-Dipped Tires and Tubes, Washing and Lub- pS\xTfAo EXPERIENCED AND UKPKN DABBLE M E- UiAMOS will be on hand to .render Minor Mechanical Impairs To ALL MAKES OF CARS AND TRUCKS, Socializing in: /Wo/or Tune-Ui)s, Hrakes Adjusted and Itclinvd, Wheels Adjusted and Aligned tenders Straiahtened and Rcfinished And Other Minor Mechanical Repairs BERNARD GOOCH, Manager Hacked liy Our W Years Automotive Experience Phillips Motor Company 1'Atollo 7C ihe leaves drain in a colander for a few minutes lo remove excess water. Then cook covered over a medium flre until steaming, about five minutes. Remove cover and (ou; tightly with u fork. Cook uncovered until tender and nlmosi dry. Season with salt Just before inking off ihe flre. Drain if necessary before adding additional .seasoning and serving. far a, volyme, jcrnt.s lo of Sister Mary's new " ten A blue-eyed blond beauty from Northwestern University will ".ueen It over tlic Unions DrakG relays, when these premier track and field contests nre held in Des Moiues. la. Miss Mariiia Stiill, above, was wiuucr over co-eds entered from all sellouts which will imiicipau in the relays. . Speeul Sttvice Bureau Koom 3«, 4C| l^hlh Av«. New York, N. y. Tomorrow's M eHU BREAKFAST: Shreddsd. fresh pineapple, cereal, cream, bread crumb pancakes, milk, coffee LUNCHEON: Vegetable omelet .egg and lettuce sandwiches fift-W minute ipon s « cake, strawbeiry fluff, milk, tea DINNER: stufted irork chops £cal!oped iwtatocs, spinach tim- Bales with mushroom sauce, salad nt mixed vegetables in lemon Jelly rhubarb dumpling, milk, cottee.' TREASUR~Y DJEPABTMENT. Procurement Division, Public Works Eninch, Washington. D. C.-Sealed bids in duplicate, subject to the coiiditicns of Executive Order No 664G. datMl Mareh 14, 1934 win | w opened in this office, at 2:00 n m May 15. 1031. for insect screen's in ihe pott oHicc at Blythcville Art: Speeiflciitions may be obtained from the custodian of the building, or at this office in the discretion of the assistant director of procurement, Public Works Branch W. E. REYNOLDS, Assistant Director of Procurement. Public Works Branch. ing and looking over for cooking. This freshens any wilted leaves and draws out hidden Insects. Cut the leaves from the stems. The stems are hollow, are apt to contain sand and furnish little food value. They take longer to cook than the leaves and make it necessary to prolong the cooking period if they are not discarded. After thoroughly washing let Want Ads. Read Courier News L. G. MOSS Ulythevitle's Cut-Rate UNDERTAKER Why I'ay A Big Price? 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