The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 17, 1936
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(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Robinson-Butt Wedding Is Solemnized Today White, the favoilte color of brides, predominated al the wedding of Miss Sue Butt nnd William M. Robinson, of Cape Gir. ardeau, Mo., this afternoon al the First Baptist church. The Rev. George W. Pyles, pastor of tire First Methodist church ol Paragc-ul.d and a.,relative of the bride, performed : 'the: service ul < 4-30 o'clock befoie a large galh- erlng, Including a number of out- ol town relatives, and .friends... The .setting for the ceremony and the frocks and linen suits Morn by membeis of the. brlda! party emphasized white with splashes of brilliant shinies for decorative notes. Easter . lilies, while gladioli Cathedral tapers, satin bows am green, foliage were effectively arranged in the church decorations Lilies, In wrought iron .standards and gleaming tapers in candelabra marked Uhe • altar place be white. Tills was made Uy tin fore a background ol green am balustrade banked with Orcgoi fern and southern snillax arouiK single tapers and .sprays.of glad ioli. Bouquets of gladioli were a each end. On the rostrum wcr palms, ferns and .candelabra. Ml ies, tapers and Moieties.of gladl oil decorated Ihe organ pipes an walls. A sinllax Vine was hanging fron the walls of. Ilie auditorium ail windows of the church wcr banked with Boston ferns. Floor baskets ol gladioli, mark ed the aisles and Ilie pews wcr decorated with gladioli, In chrom rum pockets, and satin bows. As the. guests were asscmblin Mrs. " Murray Smart, organls played- "Hearts And Piowers Tobnnl, "Llebestraiim," Liszt, nil "At .^ Dawning," ..Cadman. Mrs. Paul L. Tipton sang "I Love You Truly," Bpnd, :: and "The Sweetest Story Ever Told," Stiills, before the brldnl chorus from Lohengrin heralded the wedding parly. Strains of "Ah, Sweet Mystery ol Life," Herbert, .accompanied the exchanging of the vows and Meni delssolm's wedding march was played^ for the recessional. Mrs. Tipton woie a fiock of white Imported batiste and Mrs. Smart, .white : novelty organdie. Their corsages were of loses aiid valley lilies Miss i Margaret Keck, bridesmaid, and the bi ide's~ sister, Mtts' Bull, inakl of lioiior, wore mulching Lee Claire models, of orchid shaded white inousselinc clc sole over taffeta. Their long sweeping Jrocfcs, with brief trains, were cut along Pi-lucres lines with Bertha collars, catiglit at the front ol the neck ntul in the buck at the waist. They wore circlets ot flowers on their heads ami carried bouquets of listers, in man> shades, held with . wide rainbow ribbon which fell lo the floor. .The flower girl, Betty Ulack daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Runs- worth Black and a niece of UK bride, wore a Nathan Kraashof model of white silk net over taffeta. The circular skirt was trim nied in a wide band ot stitching She. carried a colonial bouquet.- Mrs. Arthur Murray Butt, Win gave her daughter In marriage wore an afternoon dress of gre> ChantlUy lace with a corsage pink carnations and roses at the throat. Her starched lace ha was In navy. The bride wore a Mine. EmiV •model of wedding ring , salii trimmed in the rose pattern o Chantilly lace and a veil of lllu slon Mith a coronet of orange blossoms. The formal gown was fashioned in empire effect and finished with plaits of the material at the neck. The coat, with its .long train of panels of lace and satin, also. Ifad lace used for trimming the front and for the long, tight fitting sleeves. It was fastened with buckles of seed Dishes Via King" Royal Fare Tor Summer Weather Bits otNewa Mostly Personal One of the favorite hot dishes for ttie lornd season—i-Tiiekrn a .la Kliif- Ciirnlshcd with rings of srccu iwppcr ami (jlives, 11 IK-COMICS a purly dish exlraoriliiiary. flour, 1 1-4 cups chicken stock, 1 1-1 cups thin cream or to, milk, I tca- Ity MAUV E. UAUUE NUA Sen-Ice Stall' \Vrlti-r There always comes a day in spoon salt, 1-2 teaspoon celery snl- FRIDAY, JULY 17, Youthful "Old-f liner Returns smnmcr w'nen hot foods taste bet-1 ad, 2 drops onion Juice, l-l ten- ter than anything else. Of course, | spoon white pepper, 1 tablespoon lemon, juice, 2 tablespoons sherry (optional but good), •/. egg yolfci, 1 tablespoon water, 2 tablespoons chopped pimicnto. G ripe olives, L sweet green pepper. 'Melt butler in sauce pan, add Hour and stir until smooth nnd bubbly. Stir in stock ami milk. Cook and stir over a low licat until fnlck and smooth and ready to boll. Season with suit, pepper, celery salt ami onion juice. Heat CBS yolks tt-llli water; lemon Juice and sherry If you use 11. Add with pl- intcnio nnd chicken to cream and tile hot foods of summer are not those we like in zero wealher. The materials for hoi weather dKnes should be less rich and heating Inasmuch as w'e have no cold to combat. The a la Kings come Into their own In warm weul'ner. Ejtgs, chicken, fish and sweetbreads make de- ik'iou.s a In King combinations and re not too heavy for summer fare. Vith them serve crisp vegetable alads ami baked fruit puddings, such meals urc seasonal and easy prepare. , Several cotlks have asked reentry just what distinguishes an % la King from a creamed 'dish. Veil, there never was a real a la concocted without egg .'yolks. Sherry ami lemon juice always ire Included, loo, so that the a, In dug lias a characteristic (Itu-or not 0 be found in a plain creamed nlxlure. 1 like to serve summer a la Kings on toast, rather than pally shells pally shells urc. rich .morsels.': '..... ". .'."...* ' Chkkcu rt l.i King Tsvo cups diced-cooked chicken. 1 tablespoons butlsr, •( tablespoon!, Mrs. Robinson :lress of,navy and tangerine a cook slowly for a minute or two. Garnish with rings of pepper and olives cut from stones. Serve with hot crisp loasl. A salad of tender lettuce •, slices of cucumber and wedges of (onuito served 'In a big bowl with a snappy French dressing is perfect with mi a la King rli s ii. You call use lobster, shrimp pi crabment In place ot chicken if you prefer. Tuna fish and hard cooked eggs are 6°o"d too, using three eggs to a small can of t:he lish. with sweetbreads I like to 'use mushrooms—a dish fit for a king, with green pepper rings am ripe olives adding vivid color. blueberry pudding scrvet tailored' lcmcl1 lo " n -inviting luncheon 01 Mr. nnd Mrs. .E. T. Wrnlpli ind daughter, Sarah, . rolurnc iVcdnoMloy froin St. Louis .ivlier ibcy spent n week witli Mi Wratfiril/s parents. Mr, nnd Mrs, Earl IJuckley ,011 Mis Himilplph famllh mid , 01 Mr,- Mid Mrs.- P/'C. 1R rcik and son went on j cunp IiM It ip today They will g near llaidy, returning home 'iufi Jesse H. ; -Webb' attended to'jiusl P.V.S hi Memphis yesterday. Miss Annette Kirby, of O.scr-pl: was admitted to Hie Meniph Baptist .hospital yesterday. Mrs. ii.-J. Maloiie, of Koivuel Is .a palleilt, at the Memphis-Met! od'lst hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Llndscy an daughter, 'Miss Ruth,, and U < Thompson .jr. spent yesterday afternoon at Wnlnut Ridge with Elmer Llndsey, who IB employed by (lie Arkansas-Missouri power company llierc. Misses Doris and Imogcnc Crowder weiitrlo Little Rock last'night where Miss Doris Crowder lias ; , ab: copied a position. Mrs. -Eula Rutledgc is expected to return "nome tonight -. ; fro'm Joticsboro, where ,iiie lias beenlvl?- llug her son. Raymond Rull<;dge, i ml Mrs. Rutledgc. ."»*•-f! Mrs. Ray Jackson, who is, very li In Hoi Springs, Is no better to- lay. - - -. • ;.;: Miss Juanlta Perry left lust nlghl 'or Long Beach, 'calif., where she will visit a brofher. J, i' Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harwell: ij'iid son, and Bilbo Gilbert left 'ycsteiv day for Dallas, going by - thejway of Tcxarknna for Mrs. Gllbert, ; wlio will nccrynjHiny them to Ihe Centennial. ,ii, Mrs. James .11. Bell, Mrs. Byron Morse inn! John Miihan spent yesterday In Memphis. Miss Belle Whltsitt, who'"mis visiting In Chicago, has gone to Paragoulcl for a visit. Misses Era Wright, Jesse Srita nnd Mabel Hogan will arrive home Sunday from a vacation spent in Dallas, Fort worth nnd New Orleans. Mis. O. 11. Bobbins and son and daughter, of Memphis, are guesL c of Mrs. JoVin i*. Sanders nnd fam- iianagcr of the 13. C. Robtnsoi - . Lumber company. For traveling wlll \ llar d stluc e puts the flnlshin] wore ' ' '' with a short coal, bow length sleeves. were In navy. crepe supper. If you want, to add an ex- cut Her acccssor- ei- '™ course and call It dinner Other out of town guesls here and for the wcctfilng were; Mi- Mrs. Fred M. Robinson of St. Louis, parents of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lockelt, ol lii King mid begin your meal will French fried potatoes with the i a clear beef, broth garnished will tiny slivers of noodles. .Blueberry One-halt cup sour milk, 1 cup Second Baptist Church Revival Will End Tonight The INKI! meeting of the revival at the Second Dapllst church will be held tonight when Ihe evangelist, the licv. C, E. Varncr, pastor of the New Liberty church, will preach'. A baptismal service will follow the sermon. The Rev. Mr. Viu-ncr will go to Monliecllo, Miss., for .'an' evangelistic meeting, Monday. (• I Was Skeptical Of All Medicine Until She Tried Gly-Cas Airs. Ahiswurtli Can Now iOnjiiy Her Meals Viral In Six Ye.;ir.s; Lnmuiij/o Relieved, Unlire System Toned; (!k-C'<is '. A Real Hk'ssinn "Never have I seen a medicine o , its \vork n.s well 11:1 ttii;i • ly-Cas ^iid Mi J W. Alns- vcrlh. 2107 East Fine Uluff. Ark. The same energetic youth Ihat enlr.niced movie fans only a few veins back still brightens the fcalnrcs of Miss Betty Cwnpscn, above, s movie star who dates her succcr,:; frtini die late clays ol s'lcul [>iclures. Today, as beautiful ;u; ever, she returns to partLipiiU in X. mm with Bushman, 30 ol,-:l-timc favorites, among .them Francis Bryant Wnshburn juui Maurice Costello. I. con at lilythevillc Sunday. Mr. and Mm. Charles R Kirk- IMiesl of Miss Blanche Cleerc: Itcd Mr. mid. Mrs. L. P. Thomp- Wcclnesdny and Thursday ot this I week. i Mrs. t j al Millsaps and children i man' had as their gucsls Sat- of West Point, Miss., spent ves-1 urday Fred A. UiForge and gnnd lerduy with- Mrs. William Stewart. I daughter. Cllce Hensoii, Mrs. Jus Miss Annette Kirby, who IsUphinc Bailey and lier son, Jerry connected with the CnuuLy agent's hind daughter. Gene, of ChlcnRO office, was taken, to the Uaptistj Mrs. hospital, Memphis, suffering from i "ett. E. D. Blakcinsorc. of Ken and Miss ALneila Blake an acute attack of appendicitis, I more, of Flint, Mich., were Mr Mrs. \V. n. Dyess and children, I "»d M"-s. Kirkman's guests Sun nillie and Hobble yesterday tor ( 'a»'little Rock and will leave there] Robert nrrm lit.,'was in Mar tomorrow for a motor trip to Los i ble Hill Monday Angeles and other points in the West. They expect to be gone sis weeks, • • Glenn nryaiit of'West Helena is visiting his cousin, Mrs. CtiiT Frank at Cirldcr. connection business; Ilie afiairs COOI.KST Sl'OT IN TOWN! TODAY ONLY PAL NIGHT i Adult:; Admitted for I'ricc of I All Children— lOc Mitry [iolancl :m<! Chiirlic Hujjjtii's i" 'Early To Bed* Wild Colin 'Tanlcy, George Hsu-bier, Gail I'alrick anil Robeil A sweet (Iveani of lore becomes a nii;lilm.iic ut laughs' Si'IetU'il Short Snlijci-ts — Admission — Matinee— 10 & Me— With It Tax Mglil— 10. & 3Dc— With lc Tux Saturday Only "We'»«te«tl pikiu. We'll 1 MUS. .1. W. had been in AIN'KWOUTfl miserable ence s o,z< o his lale [jraudl'ather, Roljert Drum sr., "'Who died tv,'o weeks ago at the ago of 90. • Mr. and Mrs. A. Lambert ami children nnd J. B. Blackburn, o! Oscepla Society — Personal Major V. P. Jacobs is a visitor^Parnsould. were guests* Sunda.v of in Hot Springs this week. He will \ Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mizell. Mrs. return Monday. ; Mizell accompanied Ihc-in li'nne .. _. J | s'»le bread crumbs, 1-2 :cup brown Khkwood, Mo.; .Joe Dulaiiey, of sli sar,'' tablespoons' butter, 1-2 cup Cincinnati, O.; \v. of Walnut liidgc; M . Dow'ell Jr., rs. George W. . . Pyles, of Pnragoulit; Miss Kalherine Benton, of Memphis; Miss Polly Prlchnrd, of Jackson, Tenn., and graves, of Osccola. Mr. and • Mrs, Edward Se- Thc bride, who is the youngest daughter of Mrs. late Mr. Unit, is Butt and the n member of a flour, 1-2 teaspoon cinnamon, 2 tablespoons molasses, i teaspoon soda, 3 clips blueberries. 1-2 teaspoon salt. Soak bread crumbs In'sour milk for half an hour, Cream shorten- Ing and sugar and. add.molasses.. Mix and sift flour* soda, cinnamon and salt and sift over berries. Mix lightly and add to: crumbs with but- li-r mixture. Pour iirlo buttered baking rtish and bake forly-livo minutes in n moderate oven degrees P.). Serve with hard s (350 Daniel Webster, greatest' orator prominent local family. She graduated from the city high .school and later attended Randolph- Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg, Va,, and Sophie Kcwcomb college, New Orleans. She Is a member o( the Kappa Alpha I of his dtt >'- nful -difficulty in' rccit- Thela sorority. '~~ ' ' ' Mr. Robinson is a graduate of Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va., where he became a member of the Signm Alpha Epsilpn fraternity. He spent several months last year In this city when he was connected with Ihe E. C. lioblnson Lumber Company. Mrs. John W. Edrington entertained several little girls at, dinner and a bunking party I Monday night honoring Sue Clay llughey, of Atlanta, who is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lovewell, present were: Charllne Massey, Mor- joile Edrington, Betty and Francis Driver. * + * • The local organization of the Democratic Women's clubs enjoyed a picnic supper at Grirter. Memorial park Tuesday afternoon. | Four new members were enrolled .-.nd the third Tuesday night of. each mouth was set as the i>er- maiicnl meeting date. Mrs. Howard Proctor and Miss The Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Cole, Mrs. R. H. Jones and daughter, Ethel, arc in Joncv-oro today. Mr. and Mrs. Ja^k Wilson of Memphis arc the guesls of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Qulnn this week. Reduced ' pearls. at the waist and at the neck of the Queen Anne collar. She carried Calla lilies. The bride groom had his brother, Fred M. Robinson jr., of St. Louis, for his best man, aiid "another brother, Joe R. Robinson, L ~ . _ , _ j. al Afte°r fhe ^ sS^ere!* R ° UrUJ T *'? **** I was an informal reception at the home of the bride's mother for out of town 'guests, the bridal parly, inembers of. the lamiiifes and 3 few of their most Intimate friends. ing his lessons when a boy, because of bashfnlnsss liot'ucrsvillc Soclcly — Personal Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Qi-imi made n. business trip to Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Daniels, of Bob Ellis: . • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodruff and,daughters. Misics Thi-lma and Cora Lee. of Lepanto, Ark., Cora Lee Coleman, of Blytheville,! spenl Slm , by ' hcrc ., s gu ; s , s of were visitors. Mrs. John W. Ed- ,\[ r . and Mrs. P. p. nry'ant. for a fc\v days. Mrs, Clem Pierce and gland- son, Roosevelt Mcrritt, of l-iol'niirl, arc hcrc visiting Ihe former's sister, Mtr,. FEinnic Taylor. ftfrs. Beitiur Kinsolving and her sister, Mrs. Tom Pope, shopped In Kennett Wednesday. ditlon. My head ached con|-riral- ly. often had bilioiir; iitlacks ,md my body was filled with pu'ains My stomach became disoick-rcd and I.was badly constipatcu. Attacks of indisoilion mndc nit S3 ncrvciis, but try at; I miynt I could find nolhin-i to help me. j I was growini; worse eiich day tin iil fiiiiilly neuritis .settled in mv sliorJders u-liich added to my al ready miserable condition and 1 did not know whcrr to turn next —I was actually of all medicines until 1 be^an Gly-G'a:;— it scon proved its merit in my stubborn case." "I am feeling like a new p?r ton since I have bcsn taking Uii iicv; Cily-Cus," she continue:! "ih stcniach and bo\vcl:; arc fine, cai and enjoy my incals without any distress Hflcrwnrtls, gas. indigestion and heartburn are all i'l an end. My nerves have .bacn :i{iiii-t- cd. headaches never 'J:othi:;' me and even • lhal drendftl 'ncuiitir has been driven from., my '.ij)dy. II is wonderful (hat sutlering people can get such :> remarkable remedy — Gly-Cas is a R {J A L BLES85IHO." Gly-Cas is sold by Kirby Bros, Drug" Company, this city, and by all leading drug stores in surrounding towns. —Adv. Although wood will float water, sawdust will sink to the bottom. .aitocu don" checks 'MALARIA in 3 clays COLDS lirst day Liquid, Tablets Headache, 30 Salve, Nose Drops minutes Try •'Hllb-.My-Tism"— World's IScsl Liniment rlngton. chairman, appointed Mrs. W. E. Hunt as program chairman, Mrs. B. H. Jones, press and publicity chairman, nnd Mrs. A, p. Barham, chairman of finance. * * * SenatoT liatlie Caraway was Ihe Gr-ntry Mcore. \vbo attends .lo" ell miiree --t- I -bn-'v. Mo., is here visiting the'-family, of bis sister, Mrs. J. Ciosselt. A. J. l.angdon jr., made a business trin to Kennett TresUuy. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Kinlcy vlc- | Ip the Texas :•* _ . - • iLentennial Followmg a short wedding trip Mr. Robinson and his : bride will '. + n'aV.e their home at Cape Oirr I *. aideau, where the bridegroom' li !$ " \\E HANDLK THE HEST MEATS OBTAIN 1 A 1H.15 ' We Gunratilcc Satisfaction. One Trill ,WiU Convince You. FREE •DELIVERY CALL 673 PICKARD'S GROCERY Rit) flits hire tctn gN4ttr rfjjrtj yj ind lictttt prcti^l UVerll.. tttura ^ O.i KTIKO train) coach and cfil'f <1T I}-' . h:u:u al tto **lra con— ttet pillow) 3^, en lima and atphl Irlitvi—low pti<» * . mull—an 1. of coui.r, ill FflSCO «1 TRAINS ARC AIR CONDI. *; TIONtD .... f FRISCO , LINES "it's ju5f.simple orifhmef/c // —«*plairn Profanor Porlint. "Tlifry can't • (ford to. ai v * Y ou °. J 9°°d Ie ^ for llio mor.«y if Ih&y pay. l)io coit of giving you -. rhoM w-c«!1*<i '{re* ptemlumi' too. 11 . . | Bargain Fares Special bargain round trip fares cvciy Friday, Satutd.lj' And Sunday. , « tttliet infoiTnilioa 'f! FRISCO AGENT You Money Back if you don't like it better than" Fce« Premium" tea We can afford to make tlial otter. Cut we cai\'t afford lo give you "free premiums'' and at, the same time give you the finer, more expensive leas that are blendcil in McCormick's .Banquet Orango Pekoe. For your tnlc we'd rather, and we do, iuvcsl tte money in better lea. Richer^ sweeter lea that's free from bitter niter tostc. Extra juicy ten Ihdt makes exfrn cups rcr pound. Try it. Your money bock if you don't agree thai, iced or hoi, it's Ilie best you've ever used. McCORMICK'S EXTRACTS • SPICES .TEAS . MUSTARDS ffiiier Quality • £}litcr Cfln MAYOHNA1SE 0« THE PANTRY SHilVEi OF OOQD JIANLKV TOURS . \Vin. I.cii Hotel, i-\lcni()iiis All Expense Tours to Dnllar, each Sat., S2:i.OO Mrs. K. A. Tcaford Oscculn, Arli. 1'lionc 101 FACTORY TRAINED RADIO EXPERT Now available for repair a on all makes of radios. 14 Years Experience Phone 233 Henry S. Werner at Hardaway Appliance Co. Bakery Specials AM. HAY - - FRIDAY. SATURDAY & SUNDAY Lemon Fluff Cake, Pineapple Fruit Bar | doz, 60 •Caramel Rolls, doz.".- 12c . __ . -. (Delicious ColTee Rolls) _ Fudge Nut Brownies, doz, lilc and Serial—'-Flash G(H>'- ivilb Unstcr CrabLc : \ilm.-31atillrc i Niirllt—10 A: With lc Tax —Cuntinuou.s Showing— Sunday - Monday Hot Nut Bread, loaf lOc for Hour, 5 to (i p. in. only, /'Yirffl//, Sudirday and Sunday Vaiiilla or Chocolate I-Yoiicli I'aslry, each 3c Fruit Rolls, doz. '..; lOc Chocolate Cookies, (\m, .. 3c Hot I'arkerliotisc Rolls, dm. , ; 8c Hot Plain Rolls, doz.. '.'..'. Sc Allnilimi Oivrn Ail 's'pcrtol' Orilcrs Blytheville Baking Co. I'MONi; 110 IM.ircli cf Time Aim.—Malinrt i Ni-ul—13 a Willi lc Tax —t-cnlinlitus Sliolvii>g— DAT. .UJI.Y 2.1, ?150 T!.\NIC NIGHT AT TlIK KIT« 'TIIK WUITK ANCr.l.- nilli Kay Vrancis ;nul l;in Htmtcr. July 25th. "VlilDr. Of TlIF SIAJJINKS" v,-Hl, Ctiartcs Uickferd ;iml t'toKiicc I! ice. . •AT THE TtDXV > T'hllis.-I'li., .llllv K-'.'A 'TlIK I IHC OF C1IK1SI" ;, :,;.,; fnff 'and tnlkiu:; pirt'.jro.

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