The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 12, 1936 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, August 12, 1936
Page 2
Start Free Trial

BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Wpman's Club having Bingo parity. Dhitelsplcl building, 1:30 p.m. FRIDAY SEVENTH Stated meeting O. E. S.. at hall. Mrs. Woodrow-Fisher hostess to Dutch Luncheon club. Democratic Women's club meeting tit. Hotel Noble, 9:30 a. in, Margaret Dniancy, Russell Fnrr, Melrin Hnlsell 'and Lonjo Ilar- gell having dnnclng party, 8 P. M., at Legion hut for Mansfield VVashburn. Elmwood Cemetery association meeting with Mrs.- J, A. Luckell at Dell, 2:30 P. M. Lake Street Women Have a Meeting, Mrs. George Dlsinecr and Mrs A. S. Dccn entertained members of the Woman's Missionary soclel) of the Lake street Melhodbl church 'Monday afternoon al Die Dlsinger home. Mrs. Noiiuan Kjie gave the devotional and Mrs. neon led the program on "Christian Women's Medical . College at Shanghai, China." She Svas assisted by Mrs. Ivcrson Morris. The meeting was closed with piajcr by Mrs Billy Green. A.salad plate was served during the social hour. * * * • Program', lilvcn. Mrs Rlley is. Jones was leader of the program of t'.ie • Woman's Missionary society of the First. Methodist church Monday' afternoon r t t the church. "Cooperative Healing in Chinese Hospitals" was t'he subject. For the devotional, Mrs. Jones read from the 23rd chapter of Matthew. Mrs Holjert Smart, of Richmond, va. houseguc'st of Mr. and Mrs E. u. Ferguson, s.ang a solo, Mrs Charles L. Wylie spoke of the Margaret Williams hospital, the larqcst maternity liospilal in the orient, Mrs. W. L. Homer told of the Christian medical college nt Shanghai, china,'and Mrs.-\v."'v. Wonmck said the closing prayer..' Tlu> 24 present u'ere served punch and cakes, in a socail Sioiir, by the hostesses: Mrs. Jones, , Mrs. P. E. Bride of Liixora Cooley, Mis. I'Yonk 'c. Douglas, Mrs. B T. Gay, Mrs. Fred Warren. Mrs. P. U. Smith nml Mrs. T. J. Crowder. * * + Baptist. Circles Mccl." Circles of the Woman's Mlssloii- arj Union of the Ptfsfc Baptist church met Monday afternoon for study mcallngs" Mrs. Lloyd Sllck- mon cnlci Inlncd circle" ftwhen nine attencled Mrs. Roj Head .Insert Ihe fourth chapter of Second Timothy for the rte\ptional and Mrs. c. W. Afflick gave the study. Mrs. Stick- snon conducted the business sss- slon. Coca Colas were served in the social hour. Circle 2 met nt (he chiirch when Mrs Murray Smart gave the "Bifils lesion for t*e fuc present. Mrs Walter Bishop presided in-the business session ami offered prayer Mrs. c K Ferguson had IhcVmrrt group to meet at her house when the ten present included a new S 1 """ 5 ' Mrs Frlsljcc - ' Vlrs - C. H. Williams ga»c the devotional, from w ""' mlapler of •">'»«••!. Mrs. w M Williams taiis'nt.lhe Bible lesson and -prayers were oiTercti bv Bbylock and Mrs. R". Mrs. B. E G. Cash. 7 ^' rc!c - 1 ™' wi»> Mrs. Raymond ^ f? hry . «''«' Mrs If. ft. nrooks ga\e the devotional with the Bible .reading from the third t'iiapt:r of John and she also offered nrovsr, ,U W J ' lck ™» presided over the bt'siness meeting r ,;r orc tll n social hour in which cookies and pnnrn were served The fifth groill) mel a , U(r> church when 13 intended. 'Hie i12iui " ias US - d fcr tho (lev °tio»"l Mr, w , ~ ^ . Mrs w A Gnmmctt conducted the business session before Mrs Hattie Reece p, lc Ule Blblc , Mr, Leji,o Moore and Mrs R t, Kccder offered prayers. ln 'u, e ' Eo : «en-MT ^ KS """ drinks « crc served by the Y. \v. A. girls. Oath to Flau Urged For All Hawaiian Jobs HONOLULU ~^_ A r^lution oaf^r ?, kli " 1011 l ° retllllre an oath of allegiance from all tcrrl- torlal officials and employes has een adopted by the Hawaii An,. crlcan Le e i 0 n convention rcccndv C-ol. Adna G. Clarke and a vi»- orous minorlly opposed the resolution ciarKe said It" would "im- •PUBn loyalty to the flag" of leach - Bits of News Mostly Personal , Mrs. Tom I,, winter and daughter, Mary Mamlelte, of Memphis, are gmslx of Mrs. a. H. drear and other relatives, ' , Areh l.lndscy atlendeci to Inisi- ness In UUlc Rock Monday night. Mrs. Louis Ocoi'Ke, of !!ay Mlnctie, Luxorn, who was Miss Olivia Kalwllcy, Ala., before her recent. marriage. Osccola Society — Personal One of the largest parties of Che season for the little lol.s of Osce- ohi was given by Mrs. A. !•'. Splese yesterday afternoon at the Community House, honoring the third birthday of her Wile daughter, Carolyn Rose. Mrs. Spiese was assisted in eii- terUilniii); t'hc CO guests in kindergarten Raines by Mines. George Oickeison, D. S. 1/incy. C, D. Driver, i\V. J. Driver jr. and Marian Starr. The (jally /colored favors (if cellophane baskets of candy, dolls and caps 'lltMcU' to tile decorations and color of the occasion. Out of town guests were Jean Williams of Armorcl, Doris Ann and Mary Hrynii DuVkett, and Uob- bic Miller of llassed. * * *. Mr. and Mrs. u. V. Madden mid Dick Prcwitl attended the ball jame In St. Louis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. joe !•;. Walker are !spcclcd home today from a visit to Mrs. Walker's parents in'Mo- nctte, ,MO. Clyde Buchanan is confined to his home following a lonsil opera- lion last Sunday. Mrs. Duc'.laiiaii is also in bed with flu. Mrs. J. A. Mclntyre and son of Pinu Bluff arc guests of her sts- ler. Mrs. Wclby Young. Mrs. gam Coble and franddaiigh- Icr, Joann Lnncy. left, ycsterdav for a week's visit with her siv,er."Mrs. J. A. Moran, at Fort Scolt, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. w. O. Hiillioni ALL A>ew home Tastefully furnished rooms Beautyrcstmaitresscs Simmons beds Comfortable chairs Restful bed lights Well lighted bathrooms These comforts ore yours vvliclhcr you occupy an expensive suife, or a minimum priced room. And Iho same friendly and efficient service goes to EVERY guest. Difcciion DINKIER HOTELS CO UlCORPOHAItD CftRLING DINKIER PRr3|K:;r AIIO GEi.EKU. l'A:j*StR The Ansiey ATUNTA American banks have 45,000,000 savings accounts/with deposits totaling, nearly- $30,000,000,000. i i t The Savannah SAVANNAH The Tutwiler BIRMINGHAM Isfferson Davis MONTGOMERY Andrewlackson NASHVILLE maintained 1 ™ "Bfc^as^lr'a'dlllon^o^ Tll£ S{ ' CliarieS Ntw ORLEANS f ™ do !L, fcr '50 years." Clarke' said. It's pretty late in the day lo accuse them of disloyally to their country." The resolution was adopted alt- 1c L ct !? r f s had been made that Hawaii teachers had been guilty of Inculcating "subversive" doctrines in sludcnt minds. , Text of the resolution was as I0llov;s: ' "I solemnly swear In the presence of Alrnlghly God lhal 1 will lallhfulty support the Coiislilu- tion and Ihe laws of the United Slates and Ihe, laws of the Tci- rlto:y, and will conscientiously and impartially discharge my duties as (name of occupation) of the Territory." and son, Waller Garland, of co- liiinbus, Miss., arrived yesterday for several dnys visit with Mrs. 1 la- thorn's mother. Mrs. Emma Moore Mr. nml Mrs. K. R. Bnulley me I'nc pnrenls of nn eight pound girl born nt their home here this morn- I«B. She lias been named Karen. Nine Mormon Pioneers Of Original Bjfnd Alive SALT LAKE CD"!' (UPl—Elght women mid one may are Ihe only survivors of (be band of Mormon pioneers who heard Drlgham .young say, "This Is the place," when they entered tho Cheal Salt Lake valley in 1617. Four who were able ftcr daughter, Mrs. If. ,15.: Ncdroy, and her uranddaugljtcr, /Barbara Moll, of Memphis. Mrs. Nedroy will lie here for a month and Miss Molt for a few days. • , . . ,,• -' v Miss Mary lirlckcll, of Klemphis, Is the guest of her cousins, Misses Ruth and Marguerite Malfhows. j; 11. McConnell ictnr'ned Satin-day from l-'ayellcvlllc, l''ort Smith, Pine Ulnlf and Little Hock where he s[:cnl his vocation. . •: Mrs. liillio Hurst 'and Mrs. Hoi) Ciivyn have returned from Dallas, 1 where they attended Ibc Cent»n- nlal. • ''•",'., Miss Charlcne I'lcctwood, of' Memphis, is the guest of her grandfather, J. p. Allison, and family, ' Jean Williams was In Osccolit yrelmluy for the birthday party or Carolyn Hose, al Ihc community house. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Eddie DcElnold a'ro spending a few days in si. .Louis; Mrs. fieorglii Bailey, of Charley ton. Is fhe guest of her brother, o. W. McG'iilchcn, and family. Mrs. n. n. snow, of Slirlngfleid, 1 Mo., and Mrs. Gnrlniul Colc'niiui, of Jonesbbro, are visiting their brotlier, l.on Richards, and family Mr. mid Mrs. J. R. Webster had as llieir giicsl-) for the weekend, Miss Ij Harvey , jr., and Hetty, ot omnha, Nc|i. Miss lloss nnd Mrs. Harvey,. sisters of Mrs. Webster, 'nave visited here nlla. Is a patient at Hie Memphis Buptlsl hospital, jnne Holllpclcr left lotlay for fjake James, Ind,/ where she will visit Mr. and Mrs. Dwight.lf Blackwood and family, of Osccola' She was accompanied by her uncle. Mr. nlackwood. other members of the family have been I'nerc for some time. Mrs. Mike Rone, of I'orlageville has been admllted lo Ihc Memphis Mcliiodlst liospltal. ' J. P. Friend will leave Friday for nallas; Texas, lo attend the Ccn- Icmiial and lo vlsil Mrs, Friend and son, R. A., who went to'Tex- as several weeks ago. • while Ihcn he will lie Ihc guest of his fal'iei Mr. and Mrs. jack Applebainn haw «onc to Chicago on a buying Irip. They were accompanied' to Plat Iliver, Mo.,"by Mrs, l/mls Ap- plcbaum, who will visit 1 her sisle there w'nile they arc in 'Chicago.' Miss Rliema Hargctl underwent an emergency operation for alinen- dldlis last night at the 'Blytlievlj e hospital. • Her 'condition'''Is vcrv cowl. * ' Miss nllly ixjgircti has• rcliimiiu from a two weeks stay in M c m - lilns, where Vne visited relatives -MI.SS Honnln Chipmaii, of Marie nas been admitted to the S t. Josephs hospilal, Memphis Mrs. Ali:n plckard ha s returned from nrownsvlllc, Tenn., w -,,crc she spent two weeks with her mother. Mrs. fi.ll:i Solomon. i !er two nieces,. Misses Martha and' Rebecca Hawkins, of Memphis, and lw» _- -I"lli3, .IJIU ' l\\'l coiBlns of Mr..plckard, Misses Ruth and Jane Stalling*, of Halls, Tenn iicwmpanleil her liomc Ynrl'V 1 '? 1 ' 1110 '' ! , ms i'°» c I" New' ,v.ii, :„ York city to spend ,n vacation with I ,,. lrc will C. J. Caranaug'h, who formerly WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1931] •"Fresh Peach Shortcake Makes Dessert Family Will Approve , . B. Ross and Mrs. CJ. R. and two children, George al times. was science;, Icaclicr hr the citv high school He is I101V tcacncr ,> the University of New York Frank liauey, son of Carl E Daley .returned to his home in Little Hock loilny after iiavln? sn-nl three days wllh his cousin o w McCcUhcn, and family Mr.s. Kdwoim Adiims. 'her daiiRh- Irr. Miss Beatrice, mm son T n of Cluulotlcville, Va.. and MIAS SaHie Adams and brollior Cecil | llurnleys, Va., are (ho guests of Mr. ami Mr.s. S. E. Vail, and oth- rnthersvillo, is n pnlicnl al ihc, Memphis Uiiplisl httipHal. Joim McDowell and Hal .MooieV who have been employed at Myrtle j sitcr, of ca-'j Campsite of Jackson liciich, s. c.. .summer, leave there Monday for a vacaliotT lrl]i through points of Florida before rotiii li'.ng home. .^. U R. Simnson. of Wilson, 'mis liccn admitted to the Memphis Bajilisl- hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tlllar and! dai'ghtcr, Jean, have returned from Jackson, Tctui., where they sucnt ' In 1816 Is Discovered UOGALUSA, La. (UP)-One of the - campsites where Gen. Andrew Jackson. Major Gen. John Colfcc Major Howcll Tallin, and Capt' ficoi ye Walton, Jr., camped Nov X). l«lii. en their way to the defense, of New Orleans has hceii Found by Col. Jim Walton, grand- I'/a-Ton High Rack, 157.inch Wha9lbase-*755 Wllh iiciiflics'now at lllcir luscious betl, there's no ilc-ssert lo com"' •""•">> shorlcagc, whether you make it with ;i rich baking powder biscuit or cake. You. needn't go further than the peaches, 3 eggs, I cup sugar, 3-4 corner market llicse days to find ] C "P Hour, 3 tablespoons butter, ; a delicious dessert, for peaches are j tablespoons lard, 1-2 teaspoon salt in season and, served just as they ; ^ tablespoons ice water (about), arc in season and, served jusl as j Scald the peaches, slip off the they arc or made into elaboralo j skins and cut in halves. Sift sal dishes, peaches are one of file most with flour and work in lard am popular of fruiis. | shortening with pastry blender Perhaps (hat's why something, A<W . "° alcr > a r ™ drops at a time which rales hig'nly is called "a I c " ttu 'S ll in with a broad-blade: I knife. Sanpc into peach." Dish Fit for King relatives and friends for a SarvcA with cream and sugar, week. peaches thai ar c laJifeclly ripe and richly flavored are a dls'a 111 for a kinsr Fresh peach pic and shortcake arc treats that certain families look forward to each year. Now that the peach season is in full swing, serve t'hcse dishes often. The rest of,(lie dinner should be rather light, since either peach pic or peach shortcake is a rather hearty dessert, start the meal with Ipmalo juice, mixed with lemon juice, then serve fish, pan fried or broiled, with limn beans and a . „, ,, - -••, !,•••""- cucumber salad. son of Walton Tne market will guide you in -site is two miles, west ,of your choice of fish—brook trout near a spring on t he <• blue gills, blue pike or any other of nnualusa Ciw!,- Original you prefer. In preparing, sprinkle nmv in-the fish lightly with lemon juice, ,,i r r,,",'","."'•"'.'•••-••-depftri-i roll in a mixture,of nourinnd corn- aided Walton m. his search.' meal in equal parts, and hv crisp mini- unvnvnrvin,.* n rri«: n i _, n.._, _ .. - *-»*ojj, one side and then on the ! Season with salt and pepper after the fish is on the platter. Since you may prefer peach pie to the shortcake, here are both Bal ey unde'rwenl °'!" ( -> .underwent . commemorating the event. tonsncctotny at the Blytlicvillc lios- saber on the site .a fci Korea Is the only connlry In the C. A. Cunningham was in Mem- world where the nmrrlagc ccrtitl phis yesterday because,of [lie death rifle balls ami old enn P.ints c:ile is divided, one-half being,giv- n the War of l&V' en (o tho wife and (he other "naif, to flic husband. I active pallbearer nl the funcra Walton's home Is Mrs. Clarence , Williams of Ma- Teach Tic r ten perfectly rip; ape into a round rial euki. and roll on a lightly floured molding board into a shed. Fit into a nine-inch pie dish which ria. been well greased with lard. Pink edges and nil with peaiYi halve: cut side up. neat e egs until ligh with sugar and pour over peaches Bake in a hot oven (425 degrees !•'.' for 10 minutes. Then reduce hea to 350 degrees F. and bake imti ppaches are lender, about 30 minutes longer. I'cach Shorlcakc Two cups siflcd cake or pastrj Hour, 3 teaspoons baking powder 3-4 teaspoon .sail, 5 tablespoon, nutter or other shortening, -j-4 ciii milk (about), s or 10 peaches ; Peel and slice peaches am sprinkle with sugar. Cover and let stand while iiinklii* and b-ik- Ing'Shortcake. .. .. Sift flour once, measure and add baking powder .and sail, sift asah MANLEY TOURS Win. Lcn Hold, Memphis All Expense Tours to Dallas each Sat., $23.00 Mrs. K. A. Tcaford Osccola, Ark. I'hono 101 THE ST. CHARLES, REW CRUMB HAUL AT LOWEST COST IN CHEVROLET TRUCKS i Stake, 157-inch Wheelbase-<730 1 MIESF, Ing, sturdy Chevrolet Irucks v\\\ linnl full-capacity loads over ehorl or long routes, over smooth or rough roiuls, willi- oul fnsg or slrain, wilhonl coasin^ D or coddling. Ilccausc they liaiv ihc greatest pulling jimi-cr nj any truck- in the entire loie-pricc range. And they will haul llicse loads, day in, day oiil, al savings wliicli will surprise you. Ilfanisc Chevrolet is the mosl economical truck in feature for service, incliiilin the uvrltl iml,,y for iill-ronnt! dut\! Clicvrolet Irucks have every licllrr, more economical Iligli-Compres- __^ Knffjnc, IS en* •IVrfertnl Myilranlii; Drakes,' 1'nll- Floaiir^ Hcjrr A.\lc on IJ^-tou models, ; ,n,l JSW Fnll.Triinnieil ^ R L!]M Call with clear-vision inslninicni panel for safe conlrol. lie wisp . . , rronomix... . Haul al lowcsl coal in Clicvrolei trucks! CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN I'/s-Ton Open Express Pick-Up, 131-inch Wheelbaso-*670 FOR ECONOMICAL ' TRANSPORTATION *360 MOTORS TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Myihevillc, 'Ark;'- '"• •— '- ' - ' into misins bowl. Cul in shortening wllii pastry blender. Add milk, culling it in with a hroad liliicied knife. Turn onto a slightly floured molding toard and kli-ad' very lightly with tlie lips of y om fingers, »-lilcli must be well floured Divide dough into halves and roll fientlj 1 inlo two rouna's not more f.ian 1-2 inch tlilck. pit one round Into a well-greased layer cake pin and lmis>] witli softened butter. Put remaining dough on top and hake In a hot oven (400 degrees "") for twenty minutes. Reserve some pcaehes for garnish around the edge of tho plate. Scp-inb halves of iiol shorlcake Sp-.-iatl bottom luilf wilh softened d- iiuii half of Hie fruit. Put top, crust down, spread with butter and rcinntnini; peacliei. Garnish with w'nipp?d' cream mid " ices of peaches anil serve with without sugar and cream. sli "Working Oirl" [s 85 SAXONV1LIE, Masa. ,l)PI _, Miss auslc Coiighlin. who calls ™ lf " N "v England's oldest. workniB i?lri." h;,s ™rk«l at iho local carpet factory for (iii years. 8.'. she still reports lo h»r Job each mcmlng. ^^ , Km . -en n movie. Australi;, Hoasis or Hl|]1 SYDNEY lUP)_ Alls(l . alia isoll! , Ci ,llfonn a - s b"e for i onn a - s in Ihc sun's sunshine. An ofriohl nnouncement attributes A oa . BriKjll i 1 ""' 1 »' Hie United Slaves he bcneliLs of the Austral an su Ihe death rate is declared to te the lowest in |h c W0 rld. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WllWl Cslomel-And You'll Jump Ool of Bed in the Moining Ruin' lo Go The liver should ponr o^it two pontiji of li'iuiil bileintoyourlwivolSHlfiily, Ir Ulia l)i!o is not llowiUK Irccly. your foal ilwm'i dijest H just irL-t-iyR in ihc IwmeK (las liloaM up jour slainactl. Von j;cl cnni(i|ral CT l. Yo, lr ivliolo njslvm IK npjmnnl nn,l you feel lour. A<inkan<l tlii; world lookstmnk I-asaliras ore only inakojlii/la. A me™ nwtlliiovcrnvnt doesn't Knl at Ihu cause It «k<!s thojo »roo<l. olil farlci'a l.UUo I.Ivcr treo inunil.tnf bile Bowing r™ t .|ya 1 ,Jiml;cyi>iifccl"|.".ll,rm- Iras. KeijIlB iot amminx in makiux bilu [lu-.v freely. Ask for Cartur's Liltlo Liver 1'ill, li» name. .Stubbornly refuse anything else. 25c. ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BEHHAT" YARN INSTrflKTIONS FREE Mrs-: TSsIle Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley lino Chickasnwira Phone 792 COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN I Weds. - Thurs. SWING 7IME! It'j BING TIME! [mlheWiUanJWoollyWesIl v? BIND [R05BY mm mm BOB BURNS MRRTHR RRYE .Oiinl.d b r NCUMAfI IAUROC —Admission— Mafhirc—JO A 2So—Will, lc T.\ Night—10 A 35c—IVilli lc Tax TUESDAY, 'AUGUST 185125.00 HANK NIGHT! ! ! asl night Ajrs. c, rcrgc j! 0 w ( lcn f this cily v ,;,s o;lllctl f«lr (lie ilTO.DJ—Shr was nol jirrsfnl MaC- c cr Nighl—Making l! : ink l)c- il nc si week—SI 25.CO! —COMING SOON— TOURS I'ou THI-: ASKING" "ilh George li.iff. •C:HI:I;\ i'AsTiiui:s" wiiu i;c\ fngram. 'I1EV1I, DOM." with i,fni,t-l IJari'j'niorc anrl Maureen O'Sul- llvan. 'TO MARY, WITH LOVE" with Warner Baxter ami Myrna Loy.

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free