The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 8, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 8, 1930
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PAGE TWO BLYTIIRVILLE, (AKK.) COURIER NKWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER S, 1930 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities aiid News of Women Society Calendar Belles a «* Beaux Thursday The U. D. 0. Is meeting with Mrs. J. W. Bader with Mrs. T. G. Seal as leader ol & program on "Southern Persons Uttes. The Mid-Week club Is being entertained by Mrs. Harry W. Halnes. Tfce Jewish Ladles aid society Is meeting at Manila with Mrs. Max I Btrowsky is hostess. Members arc' meeting at the home ol Mrs. Row- . land Wolfort at .1 p. in. : ' Mrs. Max B. Reid Is hostess to tte Young Matrons Bridge club, j 1 The Thursday Luncheon club Is meeting with Mrs.. Everett B. Gee.j • The executive b:ard of the filler j high school Parent-Teaclwr isso-1 elation Js having a meeting ilie : home of Mrs M. O. Us: i031 i We:t Main street, at 7 o'clcx en I Mrs. Theodore Logan, prcti:;:. ' is urging a full attendance, : Friday ; 'The Dorcas Sunday school claw of the First Baptist church Is ] . meeting with "Mrs. J. H. Shoe-1 - maker at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. A. I Wert also as hostess. Bi/5 o/ Af Mostly Personal Eniattnwnt Announced. Joan w ,j lilira!i daughter ol Mr -Announcement has been niadeol, nn( j m rs 3 H. Williams, will be the engagement and approaching • f 0l , r y rars O ld \ n November, llei marriage by Mrs. W. M. Mitchell, i ambition is lo sing and play lIKe . of Detroit, Mich., of the engage- her cousin. Betty Jo Eisnry, and ment and approaching marriage Ol • nl t i, c present the apiiears likely to her. niece, Miss Lila Maud Gable, \ rca iizc |, er n im:. formerly of here and now of lhat: _ city, and Mr. Robert "^p' ^'.'Icvrimi/'riiiviih ni be solemnized October 30 witli the father of Mr. Lane, the Rev. Robert Lane, performing the service. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. A. C. Gable of this city and j attended school In Blythevllle be- i | business and plans for wluler actlv- ; Itics. Sen Born. Mr. ami Mrs Clyde Fowler nn Mr. Lane is connected with Detroit Edison company. A marriage license was issued Miss Mr. Lura Cecil . . both ol Paragoulil. Geneva Scbren Miss Virginia Taylor and Mr. Lusler Giles, both or Manila, were I'sucd a marriage license yesterday. MAKE IT YOURSELF. noimce Ihe blrlh ol a son las . ._..,. ...n,. -i week at a St. Louis hospital. Be fore going to -Detroit recently, | (orc ne( . ]Mnrr|nge MV J r|ll ycnr \ ago Mrs. Fowler was Miss Vcdac i Hall. ~ - ~ " j Prayer Meetings • Are Closing Today The series of afternoon prayor j yesterday lo meetings for state-missions, con-1 rflgsbce, and ducted by the woman's missionary union of ihe First Baptist church since Monday, is closing this afler- j Giles-Taylor, noon. These' 1 programs were In ob- ' scrvance of the annual week of prayer for.home missions with all .'of-the prograriis combined In Ihe three sessions. For trie first meeting the usual •weekly meeting' of the circles was held at the church.with each group meeting separately 'for' a brief bus- ine* 'and devotional. When assembled Mrs. K. Di .Marr lead the program on -"Pioa-sering" with Mrs, Raymond ' Schmuck. in charge of the devotipnal, ;j Th.e.iJe»dei- read an appeal from Ihe'.correspond Ing secretary of the state, "Mrs. J, W. Bye, and other talks were given by Mesdames Matt Mbnaglian jr., Robert Grimes and Herschel Smart. Mesdames R. W.' Woolen, Walter Bishop, Herman !WUlpole and E. E. Alexander offered prayers. "The Path That Leads to Baptist Headquarters" was the theme of yesterday's meeting with Mrs. T. E King as leader. Afler the opening prayer by Mrs. R. L. Reeder, Mrs. King read from Genesis 28 for the devotional. Talks by Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Miss Cordelia Wilhlte and Mrs. H E. Alexander were followed with prayers by Mrs. C. G. Hires and Mrs. E. E. Alexander. Contract Club Metis Mrs. W. H. MJnynrd and Mrs. E. C. Patton. were guests ol Mrs. J. Niclc Thomas yesterday when she also entertained the Tuesday Bridge club. Contract was played for the first time at this group's parties with Mrs. W. Leon Smith the club prize, hosiery, and face po.wder went 'to Mrs. M : ,vyard for high guest award. The refreshments were an appetizing plate lunch ol chicken salad, sandwiches and coffee. Mi's Alice McHaney, of Kcnnctl, Mo., arrived last night lor several dnyo vlsll wish her sister, Mrs. L, I, Moore and family. Mis Iveiion Morris went to Val:y Springs. Ark., 'yesterday, where he will visit friends for, a week, Mis. J. C. Mcllancy jr., Is III at icr hon:e oh West Walnut slrcel. Mrs. L- E. Gray, accompanied by Mis-. Helen LaSho! and Joe Frank- In Gay, has iiHurned from Mcm- ilth where they silent several days. While there ihe two children undo went tt;mllcctc.niy operaticus a: he Baplisl hospital. Mr. uJid Mrs. Charles L. Ozier, of Monruc, I.a., who formerly lived lerc for a number of years, arc vis- Illni! Mr. and Mrt W. D. Webb and iiieiuls lor Ecvernl days, Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Oiler are sisters. Miss Mamie- Hiyllie, daughter' of Mr. ami Mrs. Virgil Greene, has gene lo l.lul; Rock where she Is to be connected uilh the slate highway department, Jeie KelsciHlial returned yesterday frtm Lake Charles, Lit., whore he aliendcd lo business for a incnth. Dick Rowan, of Rayevllle, La., has arrived here for Ihe cotton season representing a Memphis firm. Mr. and Mrs. George Lang visiting relatives In Champaign, 111., for a week. Mr. and Mrs. James Barksdalc and Fred Copcland have gene to Greenville, Miss., where Mr. Harks dale and Mr. Ccpcltind are employed by the Chicago Mill and Lumber corporation. Virgil Greene Is attending to business in Harrlcbiiru this wcok. J. W. Tlpton, of Portngcvill}, Mo. Is a business visitor In the city today. Arch Lindsay, who has been 111 reveral days, Is now able to be out. Mrs. James Driver, of Oixcola shopped here today. Sheriff W. W. Shaver was n business visitor hi Osccola yesterday. Mrs. Jrhn W. Snydcr and Mrs Roland Green, accompanied bj Mrs. B. S. Simmons, of Dell, arc In Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger jr. are in Memphis Icr a week. Miss Elizabeth Blythe, who ha teen critically ill fo r several week with typhoid fever, Is now great! Improved. Mrs. Flnley Carlwright, of Osce ola, was the guest ol he r sister Mrs. Virgil Greene, yesterday. Twelve little eye packs put In a gay box make: a most acceptable Christmas gift !or tiny fcm- ie friend. Cut while loiici'loth In tha thape of eyeglasses SSSTER MARY'S KITCHEN By SISTKK MAHY Ni:,\ Service Writer October brings to (lie housewife wealth ol food offerings. Tr.clmr- •esl of the year furnishes grc.U arlely in trims and vegetables. The rust vegetable.'! lire at tlurr e:i. Heels, carrots and turnips re tender and sweet when freshly jalhercd itnd vastly superior to liose which have been stored and mist be used during the winter Keiser 'News Notes Miss Helta Cummins entertained with a birthday party Thursday iilghf'nt the-home of Mrs. Outhrle. A large number of guests enjoyed dancing and games until n lale hour when delicious refreshments wen; served by the hostess asslsl- cd by Mrs. Gtithric and Mis. Vlrgle Whltncr. Miss Nell Dunavant of Memphis vldted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Uunavant last week. Mr. Jess Cuimnln^s motored to Memphis Thursday lo purchase stock for his store. Dr. Waihburn was In this vicinity Thursday vaccinating jchool Tnc Jiard-shcllcd, full-flavored squash tome Into market. Sweat potatoes are plentiful anil cheap ami tlie first frosts Improve he Iliivur of celery and cabbage. The late Irulls, grapes, pears ami peaches arc still in the markets. Apples are abundant. Cider anil nuts add variety to' menus. With 11 little thought these vegetables can be served over and over again In dllferent ways and combinations. Carrots can be served raw.tcu'. In neat, slender sticks, sraicd In shredded cabbage, sliced hi Jellied cabbage or diced In vegetable salad. Cooked, Ihey can appear' buttered, creamed, browned will) meat, or combined with any other vegetable of contrasting color. Squash Has Tasty Hole Squash lukcj Us place In Hie main course or dessert. Squash pie. squash custard or squash pudding iiiukc delicious and nourishing desserts. linked squash, nut and squash croquettes, squash soulflc and cream of squash soup are appetizing ways of using this vegetable. Cider usually Is associated with Hallowe'en frolics anil Its possibilities as a part ..of the daily menu overlooked. A small glass ol chilled sweet elder will prove a welcome change from the usual orange juice for breakfast. Ciller frappe or sherbet makes a delicious frozen dessert. Stiffened with gelatine, it makes a delectable salad combined with shredded cabbage and nuts and served with mayonnaise. If mills and mil are molded In the jelly and the whole served with whipped cream an attractive dessert can be mnde. .-.Grapes arc always popular as ft breakfast fruit and can be used for luncheon or dinner as Hie des- seri. The juice can be used In sherhst or (riippe, in "whips" or sponges or Jellied desserts. It is less satisfactory In salads for it lacks the piquancy found In cider. May Wed Turkish President sillch around . near Ihe edges, leaving a lllile I children for small pox. opening near the nose part, and] The Kelscr football team and pink l:ic outside cJscs for finish, j lilythevllle papcoses tied in a game Through the. opening near the at Dlythevlllc Friday afternoon. part, insert- nose spcon •diled .cammomile Mowers and rose leaves, In the proportion respective of (wo-lhlrds lo onr-third Close' the, opening by hand stitches when the spectacles are filled, and tie a pretty ribbon bow ov;r the To use, these should bo dipped In hot water and placed over t'.ie eyes when in. a reclining portion. Mrs. Vi. D. Ctamblin HAS Luncheon Club 'Members of the Tuesday T eon club and one guest, M; vin Robinson, were guests : W. D. Chamblin jr. this v .. the usual weekly lunchccp. Kolser will play Lepaiuo at Kelscr next Friday. Miss Louise Johnson and her brother ol dales, Tenn.. arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Johnson" ami Miss Christine Johnson this week. Nelson visited In Barnes motored lo Miss Jessie Kaiser Friday. Miss Leslie Dally Menu BREAKFAST—Baked pears, cereal, cream, sauled eggplant, crisp D RIDGE ARTICLE NO. 21 BY WM. E. McKENNKY Secretary American Bridge League When leading ' against a i-iilt declaration, your partner having bid, and your hand contains the ace x x of trump or tne king x x of trump and your hand also contains a fingleton, the singleton should be led as you ore sure of getting In quick on the trump. You can then lead your partner's suit and obtain an early rufr. An example of this play is given below. NORTH S-J-7-3-2 H-A-5-2 D-9 C-10.54-3-2 WEST, 5-8-4 1— K-Q-J- 9-7 J-A-10-8 l-J-8-5 EAST S-0-10 H—10-fl- 6-3 n-Q-i- 6-3-2 North returns the seven, of spades, which South wins with the ace. Another diamond Is returned by South which forces the declarer's ace, North rufllng with the five ol hearts. The declarer has tho test of the tricks, but North by open- the nine of diamonds, before eadlng his partner's suit, has defeated the declarer's contract two ricks. If North had not held the ace of hearts, but Instead had held Hire* small hearts, hh proper :cad would liave been the spade, suse if he opened the singleton diamond, the declarer wuiill pick up tho trump, establish Jits diamonds and discard hl^ two losing spades. (Copyright. 1930. NBA Service, Inc.) SOUTH—DEALER S-ft-K-9-fi.a least, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON-Crcam of .squash soup, croutons, open egg and lettuce sandwiches, hermits, sweet cider. DINNER—Broiled salmon, steaks, parsley butter, scalloped poliuoes, mashed turnips, cabbage and celery s.ilad, squash pie, milk, codec. Lib •ary Notes Blytheville Sunday. Miss Dorcthy Brown ol Luxora was In Kciscr Friday. Mrs.' Bnder of Turner of Osceola Leave.a pack on for a half hour land the eyes will be res'.i'il mid I brightened Immeasurably. |wns a Keiser visitor Wednesday. 1 Miss Willie Law-son and My. Ed McCulstion, fcrmcr Supt. nt Wilson • were visitors In the school las; week. -r i A large crowd attended the meet-1 Mrs. John Watts and daughter, [Ing at Driver Grove Sunday uijht. I Mary Kiithryn, motored to Osceola ih- I ir- i Driver Grove r bridge game. Fall flowers made a \ There - 11 be a box supper at j Saturday to visit Mrs. Jo Richard- pretty tethng for the delicious two | (he Drive. Jrove school li-u-e <m . . . .. ccurse menu served at one o'clock. Friday ni •.:! Octob"r nil- fcr the Mrs. Edgar Borum received'hos- | benefit of '::ic church fund tivcrv- lery for club honors and JTrs. Rob- ! 0 nc Is invited. tasori's.glft was a deck ol cards. Lay-BcnoU Thft. marriage of MUs Bcnoit and Mr. Vinson Lay, both of Albert Hall had as his sue.-,', Saturday night, Charles Biglun Russell Springer spem Saturday Mollic | night wihl Troy Manila, tock place there yesterday wllh Justice John U. Needham performing the -ceremony. . '• * - * • Wins'Slat* ion. 'I hey also attended the fair at Blytheville before rctunmij; he me. Oris Childs molorcd lo IJlylhc- villc Saturday. O. C. Ca'rley and Rev. Lunsford. w ; 3rc Blythevllle visitors Saturday. Mrs. Alex Mcore and Mrs. Ford Two scries of new books are fur boys and ulrls: "Honey Bunch," ten volumes ol' stories by tlcbn. Louise Tnonulyk-e, and "Ted Scott Flying Stories" by I-'. W. Dixo:i. All boyish readers and many others are wild over facts and fancies of aviation. Is there any boy under twenty who hasn't dreamed of being a Lindbergh? The library must have nearly all of Harold Bell Wright's books. 1 found a shelf full. The new one has a briDl title, "Exit." Seems to to one word but 1 am not ipnte sure. It is pleasant to know that o!d Hell Wrighl jr.. not willing to trade on his father's reputation, is wrilliij; short stories under another name. A good one is "Uri!;lu Girl' by' John Lebar. It'll bo a pretty slate of- affairs in Turkey if comely Mile. .Mubedjel Hainen. above! becomes first lady of the land. For not • long ago, Mile. Mubcfljcl, who forthcoming marriage to President Mustapha Kemal Pasha has been rumored, was winner of a beauty contest held in Istanbul in competition with Europe's prettiest girls. Pursuing An Education Richard Hall was i!:e Samrday mctorcd to Osceola Sunday aflcr- nlght gu«t of Charles S]ir; Jr. !, loon ' the Mrs. Maude Springer i slck list this week. A "' B ' 050 Vh ° au - 1;i!c;1 tll Mr and Mrs : Virgil Whltncr, ac- j<-:mwnicd by Mrs. U. W. Anderson I and Mr. Charles Nichols shopped In Mrs.-;George Lang, ot this city, I Er d Hall, Shannon aid Xoiand has been awarded fast prize In ihe , Langiey and Charles S;ir;n er 1r annual poetry contest of the Ar- I Mr. and Mrs. Bil! Kcbi-ivon of kansas .;. Federation of Women's- Lone Oak were the Sunday wests clubs,- according lo a telegram re- of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall" cclved Miss Coia Lee Coleman, president cf the local or- i as garuzatlon. Slie. has boon inviled ' to read her poem at the state meeting at ort Smith next month. Amcpg .previous - hcr.ors won in poetry-Writing, vas the filth prize In UK. Illinois federation ol Women's clubs. S. S. Class M«l» The ten members: of the T. E. L- Suaday school class of the first Baptist church, in a meeting at the church last night; heard Mrs. Zula ,„.„.,„ „.,.„,, .„ Llnsman read and commented up-1 Charles BrocK Si'iidav on the tenth chapter of Luke jo: Joe and Horton \Vh',t the devotional. Mrs. J. W. Mc-[ de tte visited friend Curly and Mrs. O- H. Muery offered ; in this community prayers. The business cession was i Sunday. Mead of Joiner attended Ihe parly at Mrs. Gulhrle's Thursday. C. L. Nlchcls was a business visitor at Wilson Saturday. . . Misses Dork and Jamie Nichols Mr. and Mrs. lie:: Knight lndj 51>C nt the w-cck end in Blythevllle i their guests Smulny. M r . and I ns t| le guests of Mrs. Harry Weed- Mrs. Bill Powers ol Kemn-lt. Mo. ; mon Miss Alma Knight relunx-d home MI'SS Luci'2 Mo-irc was oil \he from Memphis I , ck V, st i ns , « C ck. Mrs. tthel bwam visntd Mrs. Mr£ , D an Chandler and Mrs. Maude Springer Sunday af.erno™. ! Brucc wc rc Blytlicvillc visitor:, lasl Sandy Ridge News. Little H:lcn Lucius who has been .'cry ill Is now improving. There were several Fair visitors at Blythevllle ticm lis place last week. Emmell Hcd« and children who have been vising In ihe homo of Mr. and Mrs. p. ||. Bevill. arc visiting al Huslii-s, Ark., this wrek and will leave fro mlh?re lor ll;eir home In Florida the la*t of the week. Mr. anrl Mrs Marshall Ayn-ck and chirircn ancl Mr. aiui Mrs. Donaly Aycock and son were callers in (lie Viking home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Stafford ol Blytiicvillp the' guest of Mrs. Laiuinci- I.uci- ous Wednesday. Evcrj'one is invited to aitend (he young people's Bible- im-uinj eu Sunday evening at six oc'.ivk" Mr. and Mrs. Bart Uirinrdsy week Kennit Edwards. Morris nncl Mis* Hallie Leo Tucker ol U-- panto wcrc visitors in Kelscr Menday. " B. E. Rcss of Marie visited ot Blythcvillc vlsitr-ri Mr. c\nl Mrs. I of Bur- anti iclativc-s Hospital Notes B. F- Mont;onicry. Cohinilmr. Jhl". was dismissed from ihe Hly- I thcville hospital today. Mr. and Mrs. Womli.- Hrvill :nid children were Wilson visitors last Sunday. Flank and Eva May wi-io in:i-sls Vanrc' 0 ' lllc Misses Vminp Sunday aft- 'crnocn. i William Inman oj Wilson \iy.u~d Ills Aunt, Mrs O. D. Bevill i.i^t s.«t- lirday. Mrs. Ford McOarrity of MI-K, ;- r in visitrd his parents, Mr. and \! V s P. H. En-Ill las'. Sunday attar, ,>n. Mr. and Mrs Jew Sir.iti- -,,. n ^ children ol Blytheville ,ir.;i 1 >j. ^Is.'.i were visitors in il-.e- \V--,:-tle I home Sundal. B-0-7-5 ' - The Bidding At contract, South, the dealer opened with one spade, the ace and the king of spades and the king of diamonds being his required two and one-half quick tricks. West calls twq hearts. Seme players with , .'.'-North's land will bid two spade%j;Whll» others prefer one and one-rait i trick and M'ould pass! Many] players with East's holding would take the declaration to four hearts, while others prefer three, in which case West would go to four hearts. The Play It is North's opening and if h« opens the jack of spades, the top of his partner's suit, the declarer will go game, losing only two spades and tlie ace of hearts. As North holds the ace x x of trump, Ihe nine of diamonds is his correct opening, dummy plays the deuce. South the five and declarer would win the trick wilh the ten of diamonds. The declarer starts his trump suit by leading the king of hearts, which North wins witii the ace. North should now lead his partner's- suit, the jack of spades, dummy plays the ten and South must overtake witli the king of spades. South now leads a small diamond which North mils with Uie deuce of hearts. Getting Up Nights If Getttns Up Nights, Backache; frequent day calle, Lej? Pains, Nervousness, or Burning 1 , duo to functional Bladder Irritation, in acid conditions, makes you feel ttrcd, depressed find discouraged, try tho Cyatox Test. Worlca fast, at/irta circulating thru the system in 15 minutoa. Pralnrd by thousands for rapid and positive action. Don't glvo up. TryCystcx (pronounced Siex-tex) today, under tho Iron-Clad Guarantee. Must Quickly allay these conditions, Improvo'reat- ful sleep and energy r op money baclc. Only 60c at - . ..-.". *.. 'New Petrified Forest May Be World's Largest PIEDMONT, S. D. (UP)-Uncovering ol additional petrified logs in the Piedmont, petrified forest four miles north of here, Indicates it will be the largest iir the world when fully dug out, according to geologists. The length, girth and extent ot the realized wood already found promises to rank the local find as greater than the famous Arizona petrified forcsl . Excavations this summer uncovered cue log 35 feet, in length and two feet, In diameter which is said lo be the largest ever found. Mr. Beauty Necessities Be Feature Marcel--- 75c Finger Wave 5flc Water Wave 50c Facial - - - - $1 Hot Oil Shampoo $1 Manicure - - 75c Hair Cut - - 49c Mrs. McAdams' Beauty ;Sliop Ingram Hldg. Phone 288. As -fan as anybody can find out, Miss Margaret Elling Is the only, girl motorcyclist in Salt Lake City. S/.c rides he r bike to East, High School, where shs Is a s'.udent every day nr.d Is never lale. Not long ago she made a -ioO-mile tripj v,iihoui an accident. Plane Load of Ice ! lce ciro?p ?" 3 from a11 alrp1 ™ 0 o ~- • i i D ' J ^ Tllc ice Su i 1 i' i y at ' nc Nett A ' cs ~ Sprinkles Residents jnndna Airiwn ran out and a plane ——• '.was sent to Latrob: for another LATROBE. Fa. tUPI— Wh.itsomc i supply. The was. loaded with residents of Westinoreland county ! K ?- and sent tack to New Alex- may have mistaken for raindrops andria. Seme of the ice melted en the o:hcr day, really was melted 'route, sprinkling the country side. ST. LOUIS AND RETURN Leave Blythcvillc 12:52 A. Oct. 12th. Returning, leave St. Loun P. M., Oct. 12th. SAME PRICE

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