The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1936 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 30, 1936
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JUlS.' 30, 1936 BtA'TlIEVlI.LK. (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Dutch Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. A. C. Blankenship. Executive tioMlJ, W. M. U., First Baptist church, meeting with Mrs. Herman Wnlpole, 2:30 P. M. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. T. Ffrllllps and Mrs. Bernard Gooch having bridge party for Mrs. Hugh WliitstU, 2:30 p.m., nt Phillips residence. Miss Colleen Holland anil Joe Carney Married. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Holland announce the marriage of their daughter, Colleen, to Joe R. Carney, also of here. They were married June 28 at Carutlicrsvllle uy the Rev. W. L. Meyer, pastor of the First Methodist clnirch there, and were] remarried Ju a Catholic ceremony performed Monday at file rectory of the Church of t!ie immaculate Conception. The n'ev.'-'j. J. Thompson said the ring service. For the service Monday. Miss Ella Taschner was maid of 'junior and Vernicc Blister served Mr. Carney as best man. The bride, who has resided her; for a number of years, graduated from the city high school in 1935. The bridegroom, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carney, Is connected with the city engineering department. * * « To Redecorate Woman's Club. In a meeting of the Woman's club yesterday morning, plans were made to re-decorate the building on the Interior and outside with work to begin soon. The building, which 'nas been badly in need of repau: for some time, will be made modern by the new project. The club will start a drive soon to raise S250 for Hie work. Mrs: E. M. Terry was elected second vice president and Mrs. George M. bee, secretary. Mrs. E. F. Blo- mcyer is secretary and Miss Cora T-CT Colcman, first vice president, who will a;so Icaci in tile drive. Democratic Women's Cluli Will Not Mccf. There will be no meeting of the Democratic Women's club Friday of next week, it fias been ainiovffic- ed by the chairman, Mrs. James B Clark. The date of t-he next meeting, to be held following the August primary, will be announced later. - * • To Have Piano- Hccital Toniehl. Students of Mrs. Jess Homer will be presented in a piano recital to- ijilght, a o'clock, at the; First Pres;• byterian c'mircff. They'will be as- ; sistcd by Miss - Jessalyn Blomeyer reader. The girls will wear formal evening dresses in pastel shades and the stage will be decorated in flowers of the same colors. Pupils who will participate in the program to which the public is invited will be: Edwin Weidman, Mary Reidiel, Billy Schmuck, Alice Jane Hester, Ann Weidman, Joan Williams, Ruth Pannell, Marilyn Been, Butonne Jaggers, carol Cha- inn, Jack Smith, Eloise Barnes and Ann Been. • * » Baptist Business Women Have Supper. Mrs. Leslie Moore was hostess to members or the Business Women'; circle of the First Dnptist churcl for a supper meeting last night a. tn cchurch. Mrs. J. G . Barnes is sponsor of the group. Summer flowers decorated the tables. After supper the group was in charge of the prayer service for all the church in which Miss Zola Crafton was leader of the program. Miss Willie Marshall read the scripture Icsjj^l. Dr. Edna Nies and Miss Minnie Foster sang a solo, Miss Minnie Thompson played a piano solo and brief talks were made 05 Misses Pearl Lee. Minnie and Ruth Brown Minnie Foster and Marie Harnli'n. Bits of News Mostly Personal nil Mrs. Clyde Fowler and children have returned lo llielr home In St. Louts after having vlslled relatives. Mrs. nlvcs Allen was In Memphis yesterday. L. G. Nash and Key Hunt have gone to York, pa., on business. They left yesterday afternoon by motor nnd plan lo return Monday. Dr. and Mrs. Merle Powell, of . Carlisle, pa., will arrive nboul Aug. 1 to visit Judge and Mrs. a. E. I Keck, parents of Mrs. Powell. T/iey | arc now visiting Dr. Powell's rela- I lives in Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs, Vena Henley, of Tallulal., ' La., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jnckson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Simpson.. and other friends for i several weeks. She formerly lived I here. Liixora Society — Personal Miss Effic Moore has arrived home to spend several days vacation. She Is technician in the Holy Name of Jesus Christ hospital at Gadsdcn, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Graber arc visiting in Kennett for ten days or lis - o weeks. Miss Mnxine Brigham arrived home yesterday from Starkville, Miss,, where she ntlcnds rchool. Site will return September 1th lo resume her studies. I Lafclra. May, and Nell Fiances Cooper of Memphis, have return-1 cd from Manila, where they were guesls of their uncle suxl mini, Mr. imrt Mrs. Harry Golden. Mrs. D. M. Cutler lias as her guest, her sister, Mrs. I/raise Hicks, of SI. Louis, who will leave Saturday for Charlotlevlllc, Va. she came down lasl Saturday, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Rny Nelsc, and iwo children, who have returned lo toelr home in St. Louis iiucr spending the weekend here. Miss' Warrcne and M. P. Blown- •• VIVUMUJSI, was given ni me Alice have returned from a vacation bcrl [>ike Temple honorlnv the spent In Shelby and other points Grand Officers of the state wit'n of Mississippi and Dallas. They the Worthy Matrons of Llllle Rack were accompanied lo Dallas by as hostesses. 'Only four of liic 19 Miss Katherine Davis, of Amory, officers were-absent. Miss., who came home with them for n visit. She has frequently visited here. MI. and Mrs. ftJ.aH Moinghan "*j ^uvii:i.y niL'suay uncrnoon v/jien nnd daughters spent yesterday hi they mcl in Ihe home of Mrs L»m Mempnis wilh Mr. Moravian's' Stanford. Mrs. Chnrles Mcbantels rplnl ivni: ' . *l nr/M.t*).!*] . i. - __u-._ Cold Fruit Soup Excellent Appeti/er In Warm Weather Mrs. B. vj. nogan, accompanied Mrs. Flossie Barnes, of '/.'panto, molorcd to Little Rock Monday lo attend a meeting of the Jennie B. Hopkins O. B. S. Chapter, honoring (he worthy Grand Matron Mrs. Edith McClain. A house party followed the meeting nt Lakc- On Tuesday morning was given nt the Al club, members Attended th- meeting of the Methodist Missionary society Tuesday afternoon ™nl'vcs. ,| fleers: Geraldiuc Fisher, president: Pauline Heath, vice president; Helen Carter, secrelary and Ircas- urer; Ruth Taylor, chairman social committee; Ada Clyde Kobin;on, chairman program committee. Complimenls Husband Mrs. William Tausch cnterinin- •d 25 friends wilh a wiener roast Tuesday night at Whlkcr park in lonor of Mr. Tausch's birthday. Afler supper various games were >laycd during Ihe twilight hour. Junior Girls iluvea Picnic. Members of the Junior Girls class )f the Sunday school in foe Second Baptist church had a picnic Sunday at Walker park, immcdlate- y following Sunday school. Accompanied by their Icacher, Mrs. Earl Wnlkciv the 16 members and 11 visilors spread picnic luncn which lliey had prepared. Mrs. Walker later served ice cream and cake. She was assisted by Miss Clara Bell Kluton, Miss Gernldine Carler and Mrs. Bill Wheat. * t * Have Bible Study. 'he members of the Woman's Missionary society. of the Lake Street Methodist church had a Bible study Monday a'Jternoon, at the church. Mrs. c. T. Shamlin used Ihe Ilth chapter of John. Mrs. w. L. Green presided in Ihe business session. Miss Hazel Hardln 'spent yesterday afternoon in Memphis. Miss Myrtis Lee Gilbert and A. W. Stevens, of Texarkann, arrived last night to visit Mr. and Mrs lillbo Gilbert. Mrs\ Gilbert, who has been at Tcxa'rkana and Dallas for the past three week-;, accompanied them. Miss Gilbert is Mr. Gilbert's sister. Miss Mary- Adah Robinson has returned home from Annapolis, ,j presided over ihe meeting. ymm on child welfare was led by Mrs. J, j, Johnston, followed by n round table discussion of current topics on the subject. * * * Miss Evelyn Scott and Shelby Smith, of Memphis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rcucl W. Butler Sunday. Mrs. Hays Cowan and daughter, Sue, of Memphis, arrived Tuesday afternoon to visit with Mrs. Gow,, . . ., , ow- wki'i roHth.""'" 2 $ " C ' lt UV ° " 101U11S a "' s " lolllcl ' Mrs ' s " c Brown and Th» D , ,, I her brol'her, Jack Brown and Mrs The Rev. and Mrs. Stuart H. ' Brown, this week imtvo !' avc 8 °"°! Bclt >' Siic m,n Art ' n' a ™ <*" I"" "<* man, Ark., for a month. The Rev. ' since Sunday Mr. Salmon will conduct an ev- j The Rev. w. if. coolcy and Mrs a d to? mc ,f»BHt Mount Holly Cooley, of Joiner, and Miss -Malik r^f,™ 5 rl" K>l "' S ' Sal »«>"'<i Eberdt. of Blythevllle. were guests M w D N £", nan ' I in thc home ° r ">= R=v. and Mrs Lo^ vL , T haii ?°™ l ° ' Jnmcs T ' Ra " (1Ic Kl»' Long View antl other points of Wednesday. Texas, for> a visit with relatives for a month. Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Usrey returned last night from a 'three weeks slay In Lndington, Mich., nnd Saultc St. Marie, Canada, returning home by the way of Wisconsin. Gean Girl Dies Dorothy Ann Gean, 4-ycar-old (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richman Gean, died at the family home here at 1:30 o'clock this morning. Funeral services were held this afternoon and interment made at Sawyers cemetery. The Cobb Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. ~" : •'."• ; Mrs. Grovcr Driver and Mrs. Charlie MilTlin entertained eig'nt tables of bridge and two tables of anagrams at the Scout hut. Wednesday afternoon. The hut was ilccdraled with baskets and holders of (lowers In rainbow colors. A salad plate carrying out Ihe same color scheme was served, prizes at" bridge were awavcl- e'rl Mrs. T.iomas F. Hudson. Mrs. Edward Segraves. Mrs. E. S. Crihfield ami Mrs. Russell Bowcn. In Ihe anagram games, Mrs. C. B. Wood received high prize and Miss Eva. George, low. Out of town guests were Mrs. W. J. Driver "sr.. Mrs. Wathen prew- Itt, Mrs. Edward Segrnves, Mrs. E. .S. Crihfield, Mrs. w. J. Driver jr.', Mrs.-.-James Driver and Mrs. Ben Butler, of Osceoln; MUs Calher- j ine Tennyson, of Arkadelpm'a- Mrs. »V MAKY K. DAdUK NKA Service Staff Writer Is fruit soup a novelty lo you? If It Is, It's high lime you were becoming belter acquainted with these cool, delicious appetizers; Pleasing to thc eye. with the fulnt fragmnce of rich, ripened fruit, they're Ideal us the Iliit, coin-so of n inld-siunmci 1 luncheon or dinner. JMusl lie Chllleil Fruit soups are fruit Juice.?, thickened just enough (o lift them from the cocktnll class. Their hot counterparts are cream soups, but fruit soups nre onllnarlly served very cold. Tart fruits nre best prepared In this manner, nnd a combination of flavors Is desirable,. The (hlck- ening agent may be cnrnrtarch, urrowroot, tapioca, or even Mom. Infinite care must be taken not to make the soup too thick. A firm, dicky concoction is far from Inviting, but a slightly Uiicl;, syrupy consistency Is coaling and delectable, Any service that would bo correct for bouillon or a fruit cup can lie used for fruit KOU!>. liouil- !on cups, thoroughly chilled in Ihe refrigerator before lining, . sherbcrt cups or cocktail glasses arc permissible. The soups are- enten with a small-bowled soup spoon or n bouillon spoon. Thc following recipes may sii^- gcst other possibilities lo you: 1'luin Soup One nunrt plums, 4 cups water, 1 stick cinnamon, 3-4 cup sugar, 1 tablespoon arrowroot, few grains of salt. • j Arrowroot often Is used for thickening sauces and puddings! In place of coinslnrch. It's especially desirable for children, since it Is said to be more easily digested than cornstnrch. Salt always Is used to do away I with the flat taste that comes from adding thickening. ( Wash pluins thoroughly. Put fruit Into kettle with water nnd I simmer until skins are broken j and fruit Is tender. Strain through Jelly bag. Add cinnamon ami sugar and bring to the boiling point.. Add salt and stir In arrowroot, mixed to a smooth paste with a little cold water. Cook until mix- lure thickens slightly. Remove cin-' uamon stick, chill and servo. | The soup will become thicker ns it chills. Tied raspberry soup Is one of my favorites. With the everbear- ing varieties of berries, you can serve reel raspberries nearly all summer. i KeJ Kaspberry Knup I Two cups red raspberries, 2 cuvs currants. 3 cu|js water, 3-4 jcup sugar, 2 tablespoons quick ! cooking tapioca, few grains sail. I Etcni currants. Wash berries j and currants and put Into'k'ctllc. Crush and simmer in 'water for • 20 minutes. Strain through jelly transparent nnd syrupy, chill and Blackberry and sour apple Is a piquant mixture. All berries nrc Inviting used alone or In combination. Lemon Juice adds wst to many fruits, particularly those Mint aro not tart themselves. Hhubarl) Is good used In com- blnalon, too. Blueberries am! rhubarb, pears n ml rhubarb or peaches and rlmbaib nre nil delicious. WPA Builds Vocational Building at Stcele STICKLE, Mo— Construction Ims begun on n new brick and concrete vocational agriculture building al fhc high school to take (he plaec of iho present, old wooden structure, which is being torn down. The building, which will cost approximately $3,000, Is being paid for by Ihe Works progress Administration. Harry Burton Is foreman of Ihe building. The vocational agriculture students of Stcele lilgh school will build all of the benches and chairs In thc new building. The building Is expected to be completed by the time school Is resumed niter cotton picking •vncutlon. ' Application Is pending with thc WI'A for a new' gymnasium for t'hc lilsOi school. Hill Farm News Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mosley were called lo Calumet. Sunday by the serious illness of Mr. Mosley's sister, MIS. o. i>, Wndklns. 1'aul Hnlc, of stcele, Mo., spent last week with his cousin, Hcischsl Hale. Mr. and Mrs, Bill Spencer, of near Rldgclaml, spent Sunday with their son, Burrel Spencer, and ills family. The Rev. 0. Wnlts conducted a revival Hireling al lh« home of Mr. ami Mrs. J. J. nohanium lasl week Cllle Mny Wright, of New Liberty, is spending a few weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. M. A, Clny. Mr. ami Mrs. Ira Wallace, of Mo- nelte, visited her sister, Mrs. G H. Yalcs. Friday. . Doyle Clay has bsen 111 for n week wilh colilis. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Fletcher and t'.iildren spent Sunday wilh Mr and Mrs. II. C. Mosley. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie nho.1r<! if Manila, spent t|, e weBk CI1(! , vll)l Mr. Rhodes' parents, Mr. an:l Mrs John Rhodes. Mrs. Richard Hoitgc went lo Memphis lasl week to be with her husband, wlio lm s been ill at Unp- ttst hospital for Ihrce weeks Ills condllion Is unimproved. /terser News Notes W. M. Taylor, u. R. Jones and B. R. Robinson are In Hot Springs attending Hie ginncrs convention I his week. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Comvay nrc vlslllng their davigti- tcr, Mrs. Harvey Wilson and fam- ."S 1 Misses Virginia, nnd Louise Bourland nnd Mrs. Jlmmle Smolhcr- man of Blylhevllle were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wal- J>on Monday. Mrs. Annie nounsavnll nnd daughter, Knthrlne, of llnzen, Ark, nix- spending thu week with Mr. anil Mrsi Swan Diock. 13r. niul Mrs. j. T. 1'olk nml Linda returned Monday from Hiy- cttevllle where Mrs. i> 0 llc spent two weeks visiting nr. I'olk's mother. MIS. Ploy Kollncr. who spent the week cud In Fait, Smith, re- luinc-d with them, Rev. James T. Randall nnd Mrs. Randall spent Sunday in Kclscr. The Rev. Randall.held ihe regular service nt Ihe Methodist, churcii Sunday morning. Fred Crockett and mother, Mrs L. M. Crockett of Qsccoln. visited friends and relatives In I'ocahon- Ins and Hcbcr Springs Monday Mr. and Mrs. j. L,, Thompson arrived Monday , lo spend n week wilh Ihelr jnrcnts, Mr. nnd Mrs' 1. O, Bruce. Miss Mnxine Rains of Sennlli Mo., Is spending fne week with her slslcr, Mrs. R. v. Kainp. HAPPY RELIEF FROM PAINFUL BACKACHE Caused by Tired Kidneys Mr.ny of those irnawlmr nni-irinr> iwl"ful taH<aehe* pcoi.lo'b ,m» 0 « lire ? SI?"' 11 "" "';° °«°!> caused b ' tired iililnoyn—nnd mn y |,o rollovcfl when li-oaiu,) |,i this ( -l B til way Iho lililnuys nro.tno ot Natiirn'i; cblec wny» of taking nclds nml "•nsicH oul ot Iho blood. A heal" v liei-son aboulil pass about it pint,, „ ™,m'i 1Ml f° KCt rl<1 of morc l "» lioumlB or wnsio miiKer, 1C ll.o 16 miles of .hldiioy lubes nml nilcra don I worU well, waulo slnys In M,mv 'ni""? ""'S', 11 """^ ixilaonous may Btarl i,a KK l,,^ Kncltriclicn. leu imlns Ions of iiep and o'licosy, KCllliiK UP nlBliH. awelinw. IHIIIIMCSS u, ir on-r*;'? 1 !. 1 '?' 1 "" 011 * 3 «" a '««"»<«». "on I IQI It Iny you up. Ask your ilm m |st for Dean's Pills -.,sM fiiiccessruliy | ly mniio i, f ™ over 40 ycnra. Tlioy give t " "J L,," r ami will hl ,|p lo tl»,f m \ Z'C, me, it kidney tubes. Ocl Doa,,' g puis. JEITZ COOLEST SPOT IN TOWH Last Time Todaj 'Under Two Slurring Honald Colnun | and -Victor McLaglen And • Peatiiunjr Claudeti Colbert and Rosalind Russe VVIIh Gregory, IU(off, Nigel Bruil C. Henry Gordon, Herbert Mund| and n Cast of 10,000! Living only lu sell (heir lives deal ly. Loving unlo death...yet hol lii(f lovu cliuiiil) ' So truly fte: claim can exaggerate II s'ory! Selected Sliorls —Admission— Matinee—lo ,1; e ac —ttilh lo ; N'lght—10 & 35c—With to 1a.\ Friday - Pal Nigh Z Adults Admitted for Price of All Children—Idc Novelty anil Ccmcih—' When. JYcu'rc Single ullh Crow A Dun —Admission— Mr.tlncc—10 & Z5c—With Ic Ta Night—10 & J5i—Wilh Ic l*x MANM5Y TOURS Wm. I,cn Hold, Memphis All Expense Toure to Dallas each Sat., {23.00 Mrs. E. A. Teaford Osccuta, Ark. Phone 101 „ . , i " Li - '^""jajn, ui rtiKimeipma; Mrs. Furriers sell sheep skins under Hays Cowan, of Memphis-' Mrs Ro- 1 German process, into a fertilizer I land Green, of BlylMeville; Mrs. H. I bag and add 'sugar. "Sm'g'io so good that certain crops are C. Davidson, of Dyess and Mrs said lo be doubled by Its use. | John Samaha, of New York City. boiling point and add tapioca nnd salt. Cook until thc mixture is Second Baptist Women Have Meeting. There were H members of the Woman's M^ionary Union of the Second Baptist church, «&„ attend- cd thc mCBting Monday afternoon at the church. For the devotional, Mrs. Eil Wheat read from the Ufn chapter ! of Romans. Mrs. Thomas Bo*an ! and Mrs. Ben Harrison offered ' prayer. Mrs. Earl Walker, president, presided in the business session. In the social hour Mrs. Ed Dozier served cookies and cold drinks. * « » Girls Auxiliary- Organized Here A Girls Auxiliary was organized !S~. JSocon<I Baptist- church Wednesday afternoon, in a meeting at thc church, with these of- MALARIA S and FEVER ALEXAN-DER-S IROX TONIC is the spcedicsl remedy known for M-larra, Chills an d Fever It will cheek Malaria, ir, Ihrte (lays and only a few doses arc required (o slop ehitls. . As a gciicr«l (onie, fnr. Uial "tired" cr "worn out" feeling, ji siimulalfs a n p c 1 1 1 c, liuilcls slrcnjlli and vllalily and give.? yen pc|> nntl color. Sold by all Eood druggists. —Adv. GIT GULHUBE- This sprint" can>t win " c " f \ -1\» 7 h I S .±« hv this ouifu! Cheap, - ^ ,most25c ccss waste IU>:i£h. 1 : OC s Multi-sol THE PREMIUM-QUALITY MOTOR OIL FOR SOLD AT SERWCE STATIONS IN SEALED CANS ONLY ...MOT SOLD IN BULK TUKSIMY, AUG 1— ?7f>.00 1JANK —COMING SOON— "\VE WENT 1O COLIhGfc' v,il Walter Alicl. "OKEEN I'AbTIJKLS' with lie '•K1IVTHM ON Till: RANGE with liiliK Crnshy. "1'OOR UTTIt IUCII GIHL with Shirley Temple nnd AlicT PHONE = 6O3 vT:.- -MIXED SAUSAGE ^ pound 7ic Lard licsl Grade Compound i'ound 12c Veal Roast i KollctI JJiinelws i Shoulder. Pound 9 22c Franks Pure Meat Pound 15c .13; ORANGES Nice Sixc Don. It/ OLEO Dixie Ham> - v V:ilc No. 2 On SUPER SUDS .,K 0 r25 c Mftf\I I : 'ancy Cliuw TJ1C M\l\\ Canl^a MOD JAR RUBBERS «i^'ffi 0 '. Waldorf CC Roll 3' SPARE RIBS Bologna Whole Sfick Pntmil Picnic Hams Small ShjsnklcsR. Sugar Cured. Pound Neck Bones Fresh. Mealy Pound SHELLED PEAS ''"LUr CORNFLAKES JJHAJPNS M """",.,..27^ MATCHES 6 ..^J C CRACKERS 2 .,.,,. , t , s If | MONARCH G ' Ml ""g 6 VINEGAR . Quart mrJ 10 ' nc :alk . / Stalk . APPLE SAUCE ^.c.,,1 I [CE COLD WATERMELON

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