The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 24, 1936
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BLYTHEY1LLE, (AMt.) CQUB1ER HEWS ,»{}:; Mrs. J»mes Verger, of Grecn- ^*(viij*, Miss, ^was guest of liouoi '%t a bridge party ghen Thursday ? 'afternoon by her slstei, Mis - Hiram Wylle, wljom she Is visit--Ing. Theio nerc two tables of players. - , Roses, snapdragons; nnd other v . garden flowers decorated. Hie liv- - _ine room In tlie card gtmcs Mrs. >' Fred , Rutherford won hosiery for high scoie pVue and Mis. C. H. Wllley iccclvcd a towel foi the ' low iscore a waul. Mrs Yciijer vas presented a china breakfast sot <^ith matching linens.^ \ , <5 Cantaloupe a la mode via;, ' Ha\e Swimmmj ' ' •Party, PJcnlo • " lr i«l ' Employes of flic Plillllps Motor. Company had a swimming paity and picnic last nlglit After ,i swim nt the Clucago Mill pool they went to the home of Mr. I and Mrs. Sam Slirltz where sand-' " wlches, watci melon and drinks seivcd'on 'he lawn, Women Attend t Piragoald 24-CaiTot Culinary Attraction at Pocaliontas, Walnut Bidge, 'Marmaduko, Jonesboro and Paia' gould in having a picnic at Paragould last night . Mrs Mary Turnei of Parngould, ( < state president, told* of tlie mccli- < ing of 'tlic national cveciitivc boaid which she recently attended at Chicago The affair was held nt llio country club, 'ihese went fiom herc p Mrs Howard Proctor, Mrs' Jess Hoinci, Mrs W T Olierst, . Mrs. Gailand Morgc.ii, Miss Imogene Morgan, Miss Thelm.i Wells, Mrs. William Bcirymnti, Miss , Mario Harnish and Mlbi Kntlicr- Inc Donnelly. Have Social Merlin;; Members of (lie Woman's MIs- j-. sionary Society of the First , Church of (lie Naiarone had a / social meeting , ul the church Thursday afleinoan when nine \isitors from' Cnruthersvillo were „ also present Included in Iliese was the Rev D. Llnza,- pastor ot offered the church there Mrs ' Oscai Alexander prajer and Mrs, Desstc Linza foreign ^missions. Refreshments ( of _ sundn ich?s .* ptckles,Xnngel fowl fake/uiid Iced -^ tea ncre .served tlie 38 present : It was > announced ilhat ne\t week's meeting- will' be a sfudy program. "V** ;' ,' To Attend Kmpituca Orhnff at Mrinplils. Ihc 14 emuiajcs of Uio A Barbcro company liero And tlielr families \\\\\ be guests of the uraipany nt an outing ill Memphis Sunday . Tlie annual'aflnlr will be nt Clear Pool, where n barbecue lunch \\ill bo smcd at noon eg,. MARY E. DAGIJK Service Staff Writer If you're like mi'i you can't, pata HID tniys of cilmson aspamuus, tomatoes, •ots, pens nnd .string bcniK 'in the markcls these diiys wllhout being tempted to plnn vegetable meals. All these garden products aro In Ilich |>ilme Just now. Flavors rue nt theii* best, nnd, It pioprrly picunicil, n \egclnble dinner can prove really delicious. Onco nioie I cant lefralii [rom mud of ciifilion nliout cold food Ono dish, nt least,,at oncli menl, should be hot. If Ihc main dlsli nnd dcsscil aie chilled, scive a hot s>oup 01 bcieiagc, n the -umln dish Is hot, by all iiienni, let the lest of- the menu be cold Color Is {Juiiie 'Ihe wiliest \\t\v lo plan successful ugclnble dinncis Is to choose Ihcm for theh i-oloi Keep the Idea of (.entrust in mind, selecting one vegetable Irani each color gioiiii ns fur ns It Is possible If you sene" spinnth, < don't repeal (he color bv scivlng broccoli, V'iyou have cniiols clioo^e Irish potatoes Hi place of (sweet Here's n word o( c'autiori,". too, Bits of News Mostly Personal Dr. John F. Rowland, of; He- Springs, Is , attending to business here, : ' • '.-';'.• • Sam Owens Jr., of Bnssett, hat been ndmillcd to the Menijihl Dixptlst hospital, , Mrs, t'i It. Acton and daugli tcr, Maruarct, liave returned: froa Hardy, where 'they spent li dayi l Camp Rio, Vista. . ; : Claude Lynch; of Wilson; iias been adnillted to the Memphis Metliodlsp. hospital. . Mr. and Mrs, H.'U Harp and family ; will, return Sunday .-from Osceola Society — Personal , .- Clmrleston, Mo,, where they have been spending a 'week's vacation, Mrs. Jl G. Criner, Mrs. John At a meeting of the library hoard Thursday afternoon, presided over by Mrs. John Bdring- ton, chairman, a cash appropriation was voted for the purchase of Juvenile books. Mrs, > Natalie King, librarian, reportol over 800 volumes on the shelves and 265 readers. • : >• Interest has been quickened among (he children 'by the baseball game reading contest. Among the volumes of new ;fiction recently added are: Gone Willi the Wind, Mitchell; Third Act in Venice, Thompson; Tho Weather In the Streets, Lehinanii » • » J. K, Montague, assisted by his daughter, Josephine, was host to the Osceola- Luxora-Blyllieville bridge club on Tuesday night High score club prizes were won by Mrs, Joe Hires and Sara Jiowcn of Luxora. Jesse Brown of Luxora cut consolation. A Pilgrim's Scion Runs as Socialist FRIDAY. JULY 2< ij> 3( j expected double boiler over hot water. Bca ~<i% yolks with a duver beater it small bowl, stir melted bulte. slowly into egg yolk*. Add boll- liig wator H lablospoonftil at a lime, healing well. Return to top of double boiler and cook uml Mir over hot water until sauce thickens. Remove from' stove and lift top fiom bottom, of double boiler wlille you beat In lemon Juice and snlt nnd pepper. Cover nnd iiincc over hot, but not boil- Inif, wilier until rciidy to serve. Don't lot (he inico stand moic Hum i aw minutes nftcr making bocnuse It mny .separate I Murk Holl.-Midalse Sauce rom (nble5poon3 bnttoi 2 ta- blcinoons llom, 1 nip milk, 1-2 tonspaon snlt, 1 8 toasiwon Dtp POI, I labluspooiiB lemon juluc, yolks 2 eggs Melt two tablespoons buttei dill In flour and slowlj nddi milk —just ns jou d« to make nn\ whllo snuce Season \vlth salt nnd a. week's motor trip to points of Imllnnn and Niagara Falls; . Mrs. Dorothy gcott is spending lici vnuntloii at Ripley, Tenn, ; Mr; and Mi-s. W. L, Horncr and •son, Jack, have gone to Hot •Springs for the weekend. , Mrs. Ben Vinynrd nnd daughter Miss Virginia, of Cape Glrardeau, Mo., arc guesls of Mrs. Vlny»r<t's brother, Everett B. Qce, nnd fahi- 1 Mr: and Mrs. Orvllle '"Mitchell' ,lmvc returned froin a visit ••'•• In .Hot Siirings with Mrs. Mlliheli'j |parenls, Dr. nnd Mrs. John F •Rowland'. ""•••. - ;' Mrs. Fred Grove, of Capo" : Glr- nrdcaii, wns the guest of Mr. and «rs. Ross D. Hughes Wednesday Mn\ B Reid will be in' Mem- liis tomorrow where lie Is to at- Snl 1 , i'i Stil , B pllrt *' Biven by'the . ...... o[ , CrC( j^ Harold Steinberg hns returned " ""' days spent / Iti Mrs. >Frnnk Medlock. and Mrs.I, A direct desccndint of Wllliim -,-. J: W. Dlxon of tittle Rock were Bradford, Mayflower nassoimer , uro i in Osceola Wednesday 'In the 1 --•' - -- - - — •"-"'•'-* inlcreat of tlie gubernatorial cam- In four or five tablespoontuls of the hot snuco Stii this Into the ics-t of ths sauce nnd ndd buttei Stir until mellcri and stir in loin uegnuhng flavors If, you 'sone °" Julce Remove from heat nnd cauliflower, , <| 0 n't, rcpeib; fttc (fla- in ^ serve. Driver Grove ftews Tho Rev. nnd Mrs. n«eoe Dickinson havo returned from a visit ,with Mn Dickinson's mother, who > Marriage .„„ These marriage licenses , recently been issued fiom . Blytheville office of the court clerk: Edgar Baicw nnd Miss Ethel Jackson, both of Bar- "• wont, O, nnd Mis-, LaVclle Shipp, of here; Henry Dupreo and Mfes' Lola Sludcn, both of Blilhcvllle- John Leroy and MISS Omie Lois Patton, both of Lcnchvillc; John R Hnrper, of here, nnd Miss Bertha Se.\ton, of Kcnnatt,~Mo; G W. DI\on and Miss Corn Faith, botli of here; Will I,nnc and Mils Gertrude, Slicp'on, botli of here; George Furr and Miss Nina Jean Parsley, .both of Roseland; C V. Lewis and Miss Richc- deen Johnson, both of Roseland- Rudolph Greer, of Petersburg Texas, nnd Miss Irene Marbury' of Jonesboro; Lewis- odum, of Dell, and Miss Beatrice Lewis, of Rowland; Raymond Rollins nnd Miss Flojd Rames, both of Dell- George O\ford and Miss Beatrice Murdaugh, both of here; Mav Burns, of Osceola, and Miss Mabel Cotton, of here; jnmes McGaughey and Miss Shirley Garner, both of here; Leslie Hurt and Miss I\a Marcum, both of Holland, James Tajior and Miss Odessa Bnllew, both of Armorel; - viwnes o-ing and Miss Helen Lane, both of here; George Oluer Darr and Miss E\a May Lewis both of- Portngeillle; Ly'man Wo- Jrack and Miss 'Stella Stages both of Holland; Ernest Koonce and Miss Edna B. Williams, both of here Demonstration Club News Notes The Dodgood Home Demonslra- • (ton club met Wednesday attei- ncon al llifetliomc of Mrs Shad Bevlll wheji 22 members and two •Visitors attended Mrs. Frcemant Scrape, vicc % president, presided over the business session A round table discussion dealt with plans for the county fair, to be held here .beginning the' last of' September, and the part this club,, will play in the activities Plans nerc also made for an Ice'cream supper, to be held August th, at the Dogwood school, the-; proceeds, of which will be itsed for the club house fund ,,'-TK« n«t-'meeting will be held 'August 12th, at the-home of Mrs. J, H, Gunkr. , .,_„.„ . ^isunu-, i.«ni :nn- vor by sciving cnbbnge or bioc- coll or some other member o( the. cnbbage Irlbe. If the in'enl In dudes cegplntil, don't ndd slimmer squash. Now we come lo the sensonlng' —and herein lies the whole secret of nPWlfoliiif 1 e E ctnbl C plates '!,„„ been very ill but'Is"n™ "i^ ' oi nil, Iheics no'seasoning poitcxl-improving or vegetables Salt Mr and Mrs Rnjmonrt Wilson e tnko for grantixl ' ot Pocim Giove, <ipcnb Sunday ud.k' ,7,V'" ( ,'"° n il "^' whlcl1 wilh Mr nni1 M " Les Reagan ables H n ,°n,! mimelnblC '° gc - Ml nml M " Chniles F Spiing '»»rn , Hol ™ t " 11 ^ sauce, cheese n Mrs Charlie Block nnri son .mice, parsicy s.uicc nnd ninny -tod, «oio guests Sunday of Mi n«d grc.itlv lo Uic pala- and Mis Charles Bighorn - - "...u wno is spending he <uunmci .it Hardy, Is here to- jny on business. Mrs. Wnrrt will drive over fiom Hardy this ift.r_ loon and they will rclun onlght and MIS. Louis! Pa^ ana nice chlldien, ot- Paducah, Ky 'ere guests of Mr. and. Mrs 1 'Ir» • His Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Mnry Grace Harris,' wiio has been the hpusegiicsi bf Miss Mary Ann Nabcrs, has/returned' ount v iniia ...... 6'""') ' E a,e solo'n I V ' M ' 5 Lonnto McCa1 ' lc ' "" t '" S ^ Ck """ 1>C1 ****' ham etalse ched eggs o mi ° f C< spinach, served. Mrs. W. C. Reagan 01 takc " : Mlsscs E(l111 ' Hall, of . a a, o I!" 1 Holl «»- C»l»»"=i, .spent the week end with - , , - , . e £?' , delicious comb- -Miss Mary Gaines. , Omitlcrt Erskl " if o,, i c rs " o " lc V '"« "t»™«l f jou want a purcli vegetable from Camp. Plko, where he spent wecks „. ^ i imu wut. n^ 5 • a '° two VV " 5S lo mdko.pany M. lolnndnise saiice-an cnsy way Miss Bessie Brock Is with Com- llmt -.—j ..nj j,iis;, ovvxjiu .nrUUK 15 VlSllinB nn?\ l | CCS ft "I 0 * IIollnl1 -, "" sister,' Mrs. Freeman Huoy, ' rlnlw nn| -, sser,' rs. ree dnise and the more dlUicult meth-'nt Monetlc this week ??.'._. rcsl ; IU . n ? .'.".» rlc !'- smooth faucc of Inimitable flavor. Hollandaise Saacc i'ivc tablespoons butter, 3 Mrs. W. L. Bynn Is \ visiting friends nt Ekron this week. vnit. n » IT ---- » Ablcs l loolls er 2 "' tablcsjK u salt, Pepper. Melt butter In egg Smiitls pi-ogress in three ways: wn-i v-mwllng. • by use of tcnncles m julco, I swimming forward, by use qf.llns, tcnsiwon and swimming backward, by cx- ! ; pelllng wnter from the mantle of smaU" cnvily. Announcing a New and Better Insurance Contract This Agency is now in position to write a new form of Contiact applicable to prapticnlly all risks, giving the assure^ much broader coverage with an actual savings in cost. We will appieciate an opportunity to explain tins coverage to you, ami especially urge our present .policyliolders to discuss this with us immediately. • The Farmers Bank & Trust Company INSURANCE DEPARTMENT Memphis Association vien. ;om several ilcinphls Mis Otto Kochtltaky. and fam-' I), (oimcrly of here and now of >olumbus, Mtss, were here Wed- palgn fll Judge R. A. Cook. Mr. and Mrs, E. S. Chiles have s Ihcir guests this week Mrs Chiles' mother, Mrs: W. L. Anderson of MoneUe:,an aunt, Mrs. Cora Hatcher, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dickering and children of 'I'lilsa, Okla. . : : H. C. Angell ofi Hot Springs arrived Thursday to attend the bedside of his brother-in-law, Wil- llain Stewart. ;Mr. and Mrs. returned daughter, have tbejr John R. Miller from a .visit to Mrs. J. Paul Dalrd, in Dyersburg, Tenn. Their jiinall grand daughter, Jo Ann, .returned with them for several weeks visit. : \Mrs. Nina. Young of Little Kock was n business visitor here j Tuesday and Wednesday. • ;iiolt Hale of Orawfordsvllle vlsltcil his. parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. p. Hale, Wednesday. , nnd a governor of Plymouth Colony, Mrs. Kate Bradford !i lock Ion is shown above in Chot- t.inpoga, Tenn., smiling and gesturing as she launched her. candidacy 1 for governor of Tennessee on the Socialist ticket. Doubting that she'll win this year, Mrs. Stockton hopes to lay the. "foundation for'a rer.l campaign in 1938." Reflect, Bit of Pompeii and Pyramids BINGHAMTON, N. y. CUP)— Jade from a Sullnn's palace, fragments from Pompeii and the Pyramids and a piece of the lomb of Egyptian King Tiitamkamen reded many shades of light from a five- foot floor lamp owned here by Mrs H. A. McCann, > Mrs; McCnnn "had so many trinkets" she thought Ihey coiitd be utilized, she made a lamp from them In six inontiis. The "frame of the lamp i s , voo d and It k in two sections. Studded about. Ihc lamp arc many odds and ends—a nut shell brooch from northern Europe, a stone from tlie palace of victor Emmanuel I, King of Sardinia, a blue and gold stone from file Mosque of Omar at Jc- •usalcm.. Next (o a cuff button of a knot of California redwood tree lhci;c is a piece of green Jade from a sul- 'an's palace in Constantinople. Britlth Wages Kise LONDON (UP)—Half the workers of Britain have received increases, in wage rates during past 18 months. Not since tlie postwar bocm years, up to 1920, have earnings moved upward with so wide a sweep. Mrs. Kealhley's brother, Dr. C. M. Harwell and family. Catherine will remain over for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Andrew.Ed- linglon and children, Buddy and Chiules, will leave -tomorrow' for ten days vacation, at Lake'Ham- ilton, Hot Springs.- 'Mrs. from , F. B. Hale has relumed month's stay In New .. Miss. Dunavnnt, .has to her home Miss Hanoi _ „ „„„ fl; . turned lo her home In. Paragoiildi after spending several days with her sister,- Mrs. John Miles Mil/ Dr W r Brewer underwent an leralton for appendicitis -. last iBlil at Ihc Blytheville hospital. Ho is icsling very well today. ' Mis F M Field- | s jn a i tho. Blylhcvllle hospital. Mr<; Shield's Edwards and chill rc 'L F ! ohbl<! .°' K| Bii| y. h«vc Bone tulay Mr. Edwards nioibrcd. them there j Mrs. P. U Husband and son, J. B., arc In Memphis tbdny \ C. G. Smith, \y. Leon Smith and Iits son and daughter, i_ CC m )r. nnd Miss Miriam, and Miss Mary Eunice Layson are sncndln" lortny in Oxford, Miss-. Transfers Warranty D«<i s American Security company to Joe D. Martin and' Anna C. Mar™',,' ot '• b'°<* 7, Ruddle Height;; addition to Blythevllle. York as tho guest of her niece, Mrs. Roger Poltras. Mr. and Mrs. Poitras and Mtss Nedra Caulby. returned with her for a visit of three weeks. Mre. W. H. Keathley and children, William,. Franklin, and: Catherine of Dyer, Tenn,. ..arrived'' yesterday for a .few days with "— ••• SATURDAY Afternoon from 3 to 5p.m. 2-HGURONLY All Spring & Summer Hals in Crepe &, Fells Regular $1.98 lo 52.05 values. Come in White, Beige, Maize Aqua. Aupl'j Green, Tomato; Blacks, Brown & Navy. For two Hours only. Choice. 6§c to 98c 25.000 Extra Votes given with eacli hat. New Economy MANLEY TOURS Wm, LOT Hotel, Memphis All Expense Tours to Dallas cacli Sat., $23.00 Mrs. E. A. Teafdrd Osecola, Ark. Phone 101 COOLEST SPOT IN,TOWN! TODAY ONLY PAL NIGHT Adults Admitted for Price of 1 A!l Children—I0o ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley 1109 Chickasitwba Phone 792 ROXY Last Time Today The Life of Christ' A Singing- and Talking Picture Shop Bakery Specials ALL DAY - - FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY Caramel Layer Cake, each 19c Oatmeal Cookies, Boz. 9c Fruit Honey Rolls,; each ~le Large Coconut Pies, each 14c Special for Butcrcg Hour, 5 to 6 p. m. onlij, Friday-, Saturday and Sunday W&hiut Wafers, doz ;.;....; .-..'. 3 C Hot; Cinnamon Rolls, doz. ... 8c Cream Horns, each ;i. 3 C (Kmit) "' Hot Raisin Bread, loaf 2:... 6c Hot Plain Rolls, doz. u 5 C Hot Parkerhousc Rolls, doz 8c Special Altcnlion Given.'JAtl Special Orrtcrs Blytheville Baking Co. FHOXc iln •* LUM and ABNER Endorse "CRIP" HALL for Secretary of State C. FOR S E C R E T A R Y OF STATE * TAKE A TIP- WIN WITH "CRIP" June 29th, 1936 Mr, C.G/Crlp" Hall .. ... 316 It. SchlHor Avs., Littlo Hock, ArXanaua Doar : Crlp:- Ordinnry we don't take no hand in politicks, but „„«,„ „. h9erd yflu Bag rurmin. fer ^eootnry of tho st.t. ^Jlat oouldn't hop Wi3h i n , „ TO3 bnok ^^ hora} to voto at l eoot tw lc 9 fer you. •To hod a notion when wo was Scholars Bother at 'he "aivoraity that they'd cow a day when y ou - d bo . 1<Joder Qf , tho ^^ ec^n^oalth of Arkan 5a3 , and her-s wishin' Your old friends, Over 105,000 Votes for Secretary of State In 1934- Never Held Any Public Office C. G. "Crip" HAIL for Secretary of State 'Take a Tip—Win with Crip' L''it'c ;md C'oincily —Admission— 'I—lO^'iliir—\viMi Ic Tax ' Saturday 0% Border Patrolmaii with George O'Brien 41 Polly Ann Young. CaMcon'* serial "I'lasli Gordon" Final Charier. Admission Maliiiec & Night tec ft aso willi let lax-. Ccnliimuii:i Saturday Midnight • %1'Show Show shrls premplly at 11:30 p.m. " CHARLES BICKFORD .Florence Bice ! Billy Eanud ^ f Robert Allen , x r- Directed bf I \ ^ D. ROM Ledermon> V; \ '* COLUMBIA PICTURE fj Adniission ,10c jihis Jc tax to all. Sunday - Monday / i^ik Paramount News & Novelty shorts. Mafincc «t Mjlit m c & 35c with Ic tax. Continuous show- ins. ' '

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