The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 28, 1934
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CAMJ COURIER NEWS Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman '5 Council First Christian church meeting at social hall, 2:30 p. m." -• ' .Business, and Professional Wo• men's club 'having art aludy al Golf Hotel, 7:30 p. m. W. M.-S. First Methodist church hiving mission study program al church, 2:30 p. m. W. M. U. Fiifil Baptist church nittimg with Mrs. Turn W. Jackson. TUESDAY'S EVEN7'S Mrs. May L. Aldrldge having Tuesday Contract club. • Young Matrom bridge club 1 meeting with Mrs. Doyle Hauler son. Cily Council P. T. A, mceltng hljh school, 9:30 a. m. . Mrs. Samuel P. Morris having bridge parly for Miss Margaret Cross, brid« elect. 7:30 p. in, WEDNESDAY'S EVU.NTS Mrs. Francis Carpenter and Miss Ha»l Hardin having supper parly tor Miss Margaret Cioss, bride elect, 7 p. in., at home or Miss Hardin. 'Sudbury P. T. A. meeting at "school, 3:15 p. in. ..'.. Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard having > Wednesday Bridge club. - THURbDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. P»l O'Bryant and Clifford • Joyner having bridge parly for • Miss Mar&nret Cross, bride elect. .J 'Mrs. Byron Morse entertaining .,.THursd»y Luncheon club. • Thursday Contract club meeting '. with- Mrs.^G. G. Caudlll.. • Your.. Preplf's Department ; Will Rave Speeitl Program ', . Th« young people's department . of- -the First Baptist church Snn- «-fi»y school will have a special pro" gram tomorrow morning to welcome the supcrintcnilani, Mrs E E. Alexander. i A surprise "number will be a vocal .selection by the youngest • 'soloist, Mii§ Margaret Mcore will , give a talk on "Service" nnd Mrs Paul L. -Tipton will slny a 50 lo. • • • » Has. Hook Pkrty ..Mrs.. T. H. Haynes entertained 24 friends with a rook, party Friday afternoon at the home or her daughter, Mrs. Husscll Farr Baskets of splrea and low bowls or narclssis made a background :or the rose and green color motif used in. serving Individual rosebud ices, cakes and salted, nuts in rose P.Iate , on. . tables covered s wlth green cloths. • ' Born ! Mr. : and -Mrs. Bill Helm an-«>e .bfrtb.,.01 a daughter sday. The ,.b»iy,,who weighs Pounds, has been named Mildred Louise. ElecUd u Oltkt TT*- 0fm ,, Cludul - who attends the University of Missouri at Colum- Bla, has been elected secretary of Women Wearing Aprons By Helen Welsh! mer WO.MI : .N wearing :i|>ions WOMEN lie.-irinf; diiWrcu Make me wonder why t Chanting rhythmic prayers I've no squares of singliatu Just as though fiwl listened Wilh vide, bows lo tic. In u room upstairs— WOMEN washing tencnps ' WOMKS 1 who croon stories Sometimes make ii\c wish " As ttic diilil-lieads tio4— I coukl lil! a cupboard, Have. Ilicy Mimclliinij lovely Bright ilibh after ilisli. . I hnvc miiscd, clear fiod? Society Girl Is Bride of Swift . _The marriage of Miss Grace Htwley, or this city, to Rodford -Friday afternoon. The ««v- J. L, Newsom, pastor of the «coni Baptist church,- performed the ring ceremony. Hornersville Society-Personal *•;» n ? Mrs. E. G. Cope nnd son Ra|ph lelurned Tuesday after spending several days in Kenn^tt wnie McNeer and Mis Holland of Memphis :HES Bits oj News Mostly Personal SATURDAY, APJRIL 28, 1934 Chicken Curry an Ideal Sunday Supper Dish Tlie eye spcclalisls who 1 G years HBO decided thai licririiiln Murelr •.voutcl be jiennaiicmtly hUud aa a resull o[ infantile paralysis up- rmrently were a bit slioil-slslil'.'d themselves. For Oci truck', eilu- calcd as u lilluil sir!, by a seeming iLiruelo lias •rcr.uiucil liev clylit. Now 21. slie is shown kniltiiiK nt lier Flualiini;, i\'. Y., home shortly before she was taken to her llrsl baseball yatue. . . Mia Mildred Helm returned to her home at Caruthersville last »,mw er aunt MJS. George g Bfm . a A nw;tUig of the district P-T d "2 ° Ver by Mrs - R - °»™th.tsville, was held night. Between 65 rv s 1 *? 01 " « n J°y e <l » dinnei rved by, th- Gin scou^. R ,, ure. Island, and . g wcrc Mrs - Mor .n- £ ' SCVCnth Vl( *-P«s and director of health of H, state P-T. A., and W. R. sL" ent of Hornersvili CHURCH OK THE NAZARENE Eupha l>. Heaslcy, I'aslor Sunday school, 3:45 a. m. E. L.' Evans, supl, Morning worship, U a. m. Subject: "A Revival Mcfsnge." N. P. P. S., 6:45 p. m. Evening service, 7:45 p. in. Subject: "Two Ways the World Has Tried to • Rid • Itself df Jesus Christ." F1KST CHRISTIAN CHUKCH E. K. Lallmcr, Minister Church school, 9:45 a. in. Holy Communion and sermon, 11 n. m. Subject: "The Optimism o fthc Prophet." i 6 p. m. I cordial welcome always. I'lLGKIH LUTHERAN CHURCH II. J. Klcindlcnst, Pastor Sunday school teachers' meeting, 8:30 a.m. Sunday school, session, 9 a.m. Morning worship, 10 a.m. Sermon theme: "The Hidden Glory ot thi the Chrtstian." Cla.« on Fundamentals of Christian Faith meets 2 p.m. A cordial Invitation Is etended to all to visit these services. Mrs. W. S. Dornblaser, of Little Heck, will return home Monday alter a two weeks visit with the Rev. and Mrs. Sluart H. Salmon .ind family. She Is Mrs. Salmon's nolhcr. Mis. Ida Knowlton and daugli ler, Miss Gladys Knowlton, of BuEhnell, III., have returned home after a brkf visit with the Rev. and Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon. Mrs. KnowUon is the great grandmother of sons of the Rev. and Mrs Salmon. Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon S. Patterson and daughter, Vivian, of Birmingham, Ala., arrived last night. Mr. Patterson Is leaving at once but Mrs. Patterson and Vivian will spend three weeks with Mrs Patterson's mother. Mrs. W T Obersl. Among those from here who attended the Cotton Shippers convention In Memphis yesterday we're W. I. Osborne. Elmer Patton and Harold- Sternbcrg. Miss Bobble Lee King has gone lo Pnce, Miss., lo spend the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hobcrt E. Lee King. Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. Matt Monaghan are in Memphis today, Mrs .Leonard W. Holt returned last night from Pace. Miss., where she spent two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee /-> "\ f ±. K">e. . Gunman Mate Mrs. W. J. Pollard, accompanied : by the Rev. and Mrs. George W. Pyles of Paragould, will leave Monday for n week In New Orleans, La. Enroute there they will visit for a short time in Jackson,', Miss., where the Rev. Mr. Pyles will attend the conference of the Southern Methodist church. , The Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Newsom i no spending (he weekend in East . . Newsom's - ._ —Ing a birthday :elebrat!on. The Rev. Mr. Newsom preached at Mnrston, Mo., last ivenlng. . The condition of Mrs. Oliver W. 3oppedge, who is critically ill al the Memphis Baptist hospital, is *orse today and all members of Ihe family have been summoned to- her bedside. Earl Rogers left Friday for Evansvllle. Ind., where he-Is. to bo employed. Mrs. James Warren and mother, Mrs. Albert Smith, of Fulton, Ky.; arrived yesterday to be with Miss Nellie Johns. Miss Johns nnd Mrs. Warren were room mates at Union University, Jackson, Tenn. Mrs. Gene Still, of Plymouth, N. C., arrived last night, for on ox- tended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Stevens nnd son and daughter, Colcman, and Miss Mary Ellen, met her in Memphis. Mrs. Walker H. Baker nnd Mrs. Soss D. Hughes nre in Memphis today. A curried dish gives a menu a certain zest, that lifts it out of Hie everyday eta nml puts it in'.o the "snmal occasion" calcgory. Yet curry ncetln't be used only for parly menus. Try adding it. to your ifavorilc creamed conecctions .ind se? if the family doesn't greet your efforts fit originality with FIRST BAITIST CHURCH Sunday school. 0:45 a.m. Alvin Holicy. superintendent. Morning worship, n a.m. Rev. Howard King, missionary for Mississippi county, will preach. I). Y. P. u., ii:JO p.m. Miss Lu. a n. Wilhelm, director. I Thero will be no evening preaching service. Just married, Louis 'F. Swift, Jr., son of tlie packing magnate, nnrt his bride, who was Elizatath CliaEe, of tlie prominent l-ake Forest, III., family, pose here iu the Chase home after the ceremony. Mrs. Hwltt is prominent in Chicago society and nsn horse tliow exhibitor. They will live In Ft. WortL, Tex. Woman's Missionary luad the service. rrant Brands Him Murderer meeting, Wednesday, Teachers' 7:00 p.m. Prayer service, 7:45 p.m. The •rairle. Mo., with --Mrs. nothcr who Is having a oud cheers of approval. Cuiry of chicken, served with rtcomlnof rice, make. 1 ; n perfect! t Place two and one-half pounds of sliced cooked chicken In a saucepan with &ix ounces of warmed butter. Stir in one tcaspcon of curry po\vrt:r, one tablespoon of Hour an done chopped onion. Seaton with salt nnd pepper anil iwur in one quart of chicken stock. Allow to cook slowly for cl^ht minutes. Add one-half cup of shred- choppjd onion, of cooked rice minutes. bt Then pom- ' Add two cupfuls and simmer for two minutes. Pour in a Quart of chicken slock and season. When boiling, cover and bake in a moderate oven for twenty minutes. When you're ready lo serve luncheon, arrange the rice mixture in a mold-like form in the center or a platter and place the way it is prepared at the Waldorf-Astoria. In a second pan place six ounc- cs of warmed . better and one platter chicken in the „.,. „. (he mold. Decorate rice mold with pieces of chiitneyed ginger and raisins and pour the rest of Hie chicken around the mold on the School Head's "Sex" i Theories Opposed THE Following Manila Society — Personal Preferring Co save liersoll, Xonna Milieu, above, pr.stor'i dau^hlfi v.l:o ran av.-ay to be a Kunman'j brii'.r', V--III--IGI he a witness tnr li-'-r linslmni. Murton, in his Dcdh.iii-., ?.'as>.. trial, now under w.iy. Milieu, 'uio brother, and another gangslm- lire charged •.••!'.!: klllins; ;i policeman in e. Neciiliarn, M^a., Because Ilia theories OD sex education art: opposed liy tlie New Castle (Del.) Hoard of Education, Henry E. Snnvely (above), superintendent of Ihe Wiflinm 1'enn School there' for 1 fj ypDrd, fnces (libuiisbal. Many fellow townsmen liavo rallicrl to Ills support. Union will Mrs. Bert Ashabranncr is spending the week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Golden, in Para- goulcl. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Moore spent, Thursday in Paragould visiting •Governor Faces! Plot Charges 11:00 Sermon Time." 7:45 p. Sei mon Gift?'' and Mrs. Rolla B. Armstrong Mrs. Martha Wcekley has re• . urned to her home in Srarta. III.. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH after spending with her daughter. Mrs. George inidcr. j Girls class number six met at S. H. Salmon, Taster 3:45 a. m., Sunday Church School, S. E. Vail, Supt. a. Morning Worship, topic, "Redeeming the m., Evening Worship, topic, "Wages? Or A t, v ni J- 76 ' diMl Bunds lie home ol her daughter, Mrs Hauls, after an illness t«ui a year. Funeral Btr ere -held Monday afternoon rveys Chapel M;thodist of which she had long oeen a member. She leaves three sons-and"iour daughters, Georg* o. Ray, Cape Glrardeau, W T Ray, Kennett, Harry R ay senath' Mrs. Will ..Wallace, Hlllsman-Tny- u >S.' *"*"" Hou ehton, Sennth. Mrs. De*cy Miles, Kennett anc. Mrs. Fred,Hauls, Hornersville. _B. p. Parks attended a Scottish week. reunion in St. Louis this Robert w, Kllllan left Sunday night for St. .Louis to attend the ' £",. Councli ' R »nd S. M., of wJUcJi he ; l5 a «Df«eutaUve iroa Pttkey. coonell No. 33. . Hie long nrm ol the Ian readied warran was issued for Ilia errcst LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH W. J. LcRoy, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 Church. 10:50 n.m. Hi-League, 6:30 p.m. Church. 7:45 pin.. The Rev. J. W. Moore, pastor of the Methodist churches at Leachville and Manila, will preach. CHRISTIAN- SCIENCE SOCIETY "PROBATION AFTER. DEATH- IS the subject of the Lesson-Ser- [mpn «o be read In the Christian Science seivice Sunday morning at II o'clock. The Golden Test Is, "I nm the resurrection, nmi the life; he that belicvclh in me. though he were dead, yet shall he live; and whoever Itvclh and bellevelh In me shall never die" (John 11:25,26). Among the citations from the Bible is the following, "He that «th an cur. let him hear what :he Spirit satin unto the'churches: He lhat overcometh shall nol be hurt of the second death" (Revelation 2:11). The Lesson-Sermon will also include passages from the Chrisllai Science textbook, "Science and Health wiih Key to the Scrip lures," ijy Mary Baker Eddy, one of which leads, "Death will occur on the next -ptane of existence as °n this, until the spiritual under-—. itafiduig o: Life Is reached. Then ^ and not until then, will U lw •he home of Mrs. Ham- Cowan Wednesday nflcrnoon for a social meeting. Mrs. Effle Smith, who has been visiting In the home of her sister Mrs. George Snider. has rsturn»d '.n her home In Sparta. 111. Mrs. Dan Smith. Mrs. Dan B DOdd, Fred Powell and An Phillips made a business trlr> Jonesboro Wednesday lo make ai-1 rangcfcnts to attend the next sion at State College Mrs Hutchins. Mrs. Ike Harrison.! Mrs: C. W. Tlplon, Mrs. O. " • •!'«•"»'r "lift. Sellers nnd Mr. and Mrs were In Joi'.csboro Thursday -, Mrs. Bob D.ivid nnd Mrs K<m- i anil Berry visited in the home ' Mrs. Frank ]fa acs Wcdnefda ™d Mrs. J. w. J the recital given J»"Pils of Mrs. Stan nhf nt Lcacllvillc WcdiiesdVcvc- POMC^'c^^,^- d Harold Smith, son niner of liorscs at K .Itulc or Animal Husbandry r ,,<, ' aiy Is the youngest chariot dm ! c. in tlie business. Ills ralhrr t - i "P a Roman st.vle charin; ,",. ' ' •••JHLI1U A( t 1L min ature. and hltdicd to thc cart which drives around the Kellogg ranch Bumblebees vcr demonstrated t h nt ,„ death has lw power" innge 77, A Christian Science biv will be give:: Weekday at a. ' NE\T WEEK at Blythevilles Theatres his election ( ° V to the The slory concjrns thc financial --•- lria| s of Jimmy Sterlino (Avers) umg croscy makes because of the extravagance of his his first appearance on the screen in Paramoiint's "We're Not Dressing." wliich comes on Sunday and Monday to tlie Ritz theater. In his latest picture, Crosby is featured with Carols Lombard, George Burns and Oracle Allen, lithel Meinian and Leon Errol. "We're NOL Dressing" is an ad- ventuie-fllmuslcal. It, tells the s-iory cf a wealthy heiress who. n a company or sycophantic friends, is shipwrecked on a South £ca Island. Wilh them, one of the sailors from the crew of her yacht, is cast ashore. On the Island, the company fintis Burns and, Allen, a pair of nut-naturalists. Hov: the beautiful heiress learns to'love the sailor, and with his help turn the shipwreck into good fortune, furnishes the basis of an amusing, lyrical story which has received very favorable criticism. wife (Patricia Ellis) who has .. penchant for Hue silk undercloth- ... es, diamonds, and the company of if her employer, a wealthy lawyer, at tea at the Ritz. Jimmy gives his wife, played by Patricia Ellis, a taste of high lite uy posing as the son of a wealthy South American 'rubber magnate. Complications follow their entry into society, but, the author brings the tale to tin unusual ending. High comedy scenes are provided by r rank HcHugh, Isabel Jewell and Robert McWade, who as Splevin, is perfectly cast. Berton Churchill, Betty Lawford, Hedda Hopper and Adrian Morris are also in the cast. Each leaf on a tree has on it a number of poi'es. which open and shut to regulate the evaporation of excess moisture. Admitting he treated wounds of John Dlltinger and his chief nWe. John Hamilton, on March 15. and failing to notify authorities, Dr. N. G. .Mortenecn. St. Paul. Minn., li?allli department chief, auovc, hna been suspended, pea-ling Investigation, .inil may face a U. S. Indictment. "All Men Ars Enemies," rated as r. best, sellintt novel loth in England and the U. S. will make its appearance as a Fox picture on ths screen of the Ritz Theater, Tucs- cuy and Wednesday. The novel by Richard Aldington is a fascinating, idyllic love story, and as a picture if, reported to be even more ixHcr.E with that warm, vital appeal. The. film relates the story of an English boy and a Viennese girl who seek amid the beauties of the Island of Capri tin full expnraioi of their yearnings. They meet, iall in low. and revel in the ecs- tacy of their glorious romance. Then the war separates them, and Iheir ellorts to ku;p in communication are frustrated. They seek each other at thn doss of the conflict. Kngh Williams, who is already an (jilt-standing stage ami screen .Mar in his native England, has ] the male lead in this, his first American-made film. I Hehii Twslvetrees is said to at- i tain new heights ns the heroine, j | The ether members of the impres- I five cast- that have t=en assembled ' I for this production, are Mono. Bar- i rleT Herbert Mundin, Henry Ste- ' phenson, Walter Byron. Una O'Connor. Matt- Moore, Halllwell Hobbes, Rafaela Ottiano and Ma- thildc Comont. Sheppard Dean Of Congress bv - c Tlie Proper Thing" The most ambitious uitempt ever made by a motion picture studio to bring an adventure story to the screen has just been completed with the filming of "Tarzan and His Male." new Metro-Goldwyn- Mnyer Ihriil picluro fcatnrlm:' Johnny Wcissmullcr nr.d Maur:eii O'Sullivan to be shown Thursday nnd Friday at the Ritz theater. The new story continues the adventures or Tarzan. played by Wcissmullcr, when a safari of white men attempt to rnld the i lions of f Tarzan's of 'Jonrre.ii It Senator Klisr-parJ of TcxA3, aliyve. He. hR3 served 32 oC Ms 5!) ytai-s of .(!fe in .lltvso r.nJ Ktnplc, slarlUi« serve out his father's v.;\z\-- piled Housu term, Arid :ii\ Texas constituents res:i!ar!>- havs rctiirncil tlio co-ai;tiior of tiio istti Amendment uliicc tl'Ai Hov: is it. eaten? clam chowder In i thc track and yellow j. lcs , lc food of a. m. over ! lin:; {.nljlii-al ^:l V 1 l>ull-; i'--:"::il n-li.-f "i l,iim:fi- ill' i l,vn of his aidrs, Ij shown ho,,, m, he kri (lie Karco roil.'i.i! ImiUl- ias, lifter yleadii:.: i ;c t guilty or. his oalsawenl.' " •-•n-iiij.l- VI I |1 JL] II1U I "elephanls' burial ground" or mll- '" ' dollars worth of ivory, attempts to protect, ttie jungle ho.ird get him into 'When do you serve canape? [ breath-Inking hazards that far Do you serve ! furpjira Iho thrill.-, of "Taran, tlic! soup plate or [ A l'= Man." In n cup?" I Tile nots blc supporting cast in- Canapes served before a meal- chid.-s many players remrmbcrcd ,-irc eaten in the fingers (with [ or their roles In "Tarzan. th c Ape coc'.ills in the living room). Al ta- Van." Including Neil Hamllioti, ble they nre eaten, as arc other i Forrrstcr Hurvcy. UorLs Lloyd, ol hors d'ocuvres. with u fork. Clnm! "'e original cast, and Paul Cavn- chowclcr is one of the roinw tint i riauph. William Stack. Desmond should bo served in a soup plate. | Kotcrts and Nallnn Curry added. You should be able to drink cup < rciips, and chowder is loo thick rm-- What to do with an extravagant :h;it purpose. ;«I'S i s cxphilnrd in detail In "Let's . j C; Rilzy," with Lew Avers in the Waste heat from a municipal starring role, clcclrlc plant in ;\ German ri:y is. The piclure, ivhlch has been ured lo waim greenhouses in which tockcd into the Hits theater Sat- •i.iblss are raUed cut of r«-»'-i- 'Jiday U c::s oj r.iodein love of r.ewly.mar:Ud coup:e. CAKD OF THANKS We wish lo express our sincere Ihanks to everyone for their kindness nnd sympathy and (or the beautiful floral offerings since the death of our son and husband. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kell=y and family. L. G. MOSS lilythcville's Cut-Rate UNDERTAKER Why Pay A Big Price? GRADE A Raw Milk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy

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