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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 13, 1936
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1036 BIA'THEVIliLIC, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar ' PRlpAY'S EVENTS Stated meeting O. E. S,, at hall. Mr:;. Wooflrow Pisricr hostess to Dutch Luncheon club. Democratic- Women's club mcet- InR at Hotel Noble, 9:30 a. m. Margaret Dulaney. Russell 1'arr, Melvin Hftlsell si'nd Ixitiio Har|;ell Imvint' dancing party, 8 P. M., «t Ix-glon h"t for \fansfieHI Wasliburn. Elimvood Cemetery association meeting willi • Mrs. J. A. hucket't at Dell. 2:30 P. M. iME-s Ha/cl Hardin C'cjniplhneiited at ^arly Mrs. Matt Moilaghan and Mrs. Jesse Taylor entertained 24 guests with n bridge shower yesterday in honoi 1 of Miss Ha/.ol llardin, whose marriaBc lo Charles Murphy, of Memphis and Charleston, S. C., will he solemnized Monday. That favorite color of brides, while, was the ehief shade used in (Iccorntini; the Taylor home with garden (lowers. Hearts anc! cupids were on the [Miles and the refreshments of ;ce cream and Individual cakes wei'c in all while. In the bridge games Miss Hutu Matthews won a Sunday nigh't supper tray for high score, second hifih prize, ft crys.lM tlgftrcttc box and matching asli trays, went to Mrs. Hiuiiinn Taylor and M llardin was presented silver. The Sjucsls showered her willi a miscellaneous assortment of K'lts. Included in the guests was Miss llardin's mother Mrs. Samuel T. tliirdin, oi Joncsboro, who is yis- ilini; relatives, her cousin, Hire. Julian E. Belts of Memphis, guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Biick, ami Mrs. Ed llardin jr., of Greenville, Miss., who is visiting Mrs. Eii Hardin. * * • Uride Complimented. Mrs. Dick Lewis of carnthers- villc, who, before her recent marriage, was Miss Alberta Elliott of here, was •guest of honor at a bridge shower given last nig'.it by Miss Orinc Hutchins, of Manila, Miss L'Uilia Smith and Miss Virginia itourla'nd at Hie Smith residence. Garden flowers decorated the two rooms, where Ihe three tables were arranged and I'nc bride's place was marked with a corsage of roses. Til the bridge games Miss Dorothea •IMgers won a. crystal cream and fiusar set,for the high score award the traveling prize, a plaque, went to AIlss OFoanile liillahuhly, ''ailii Miss Emma jo Toler received a pottery vase for low score prize. , Ice cream and heart s'.iaped cakes were served. Included in the guests were the bride's sister, Mrs. j. B. Nccly, of Caruthcrsvillc, and Mrs. Vcrnon Thomasson, of St. Louis. Slai'ly Prizes for :. • • I!ih ff o I'arly Tonight 'Hie bingo parly, to be giver by tlic Woman's club tonigh't, frr the benc'nt of Ihe cliib house fund thai- pco- will be featured willi more 100 prizes donated by local |)!c. The prizes, which range t< SI.50 value, arc of a wide assor: jnrnl. The Dinkelspicl building, where •he party is 'to be given, is bein: arranged fans arid col( drinks wi'll be served. Playing'! to begin n't 7:36 o'clock. Proceeds from 'the affair wi! be used for improving the build- infi. • « '» Duiiocratic W'Oincn io Hear of Nyhcvg Aniendmenl Ivy W. 'Crawford, rcelectcd rep reiciita'tive Mississippi count} will discuss the 'NybcrR amend Went a'l the meeting of the 'Demo cralic Wo'me'n's cliib Friday morn irie, 0:30 o'clock, at ihe Hotel No blc. + * Claj.s lias I'arly. The Intermediate Sunday sclioo class of the Gosriell church wci entertained with a Jiitvli part, fiiesriay evening ni the lioni of Miss B&rothy Lyn 'Mnxwcl ' Twenty-two memners and tV 'tcnclicr, O. n. l/rdbcttcr, \vcr pVcscrit. liic gnu-Is enjoyed games a' tc'r wliic], tlicy were served ic crcnm and cake by Misses Tliclm Coat, Robbie Ilevill nnd Imogei Moody assisted by Mrs. R. Maxwell amt Mrs. Mr B. Cook. Clear. Lake News • Preserving Deserves Attention he whole art of home canning lias been made simpler liy modern icthods, fr6m tests for the need of |»clin (o the development of uick seals, like Ihe cellulose film and rubber band used lo eap the glasses and jars above. !y NKA Service . and i»ur over ii syrup made by Gleaming jars of crimson and boiling sugar and vinegar. Cover mber preserves, 'dark green, spicy icklcs and glasses of jelly make he Well-filler; preserve cifptioard a sight indeed. Now's the lime anc! let stand over nlg'nt. Drain off syrup, bring to the Ixiilms jjohit and po\:r again over water- helves. Fruits are to bD liad in btmdaiicc and t'ne're are bargains o be picked up. Every can and av filled means treats in store for he winter. Be sure lire spices you use arc resh. This is important because lie delicious, ap' tang of oiidinienls depends on the spices. 'TTcre is a 1 recipe for yellow lo- nato preserves that vou arc sure o like. Yellow Tomato IVcservcs Tno -quarts small yellow toma- oes, 2 iemoiis, sugar. Scald tomatoes and dip in cold vatcr. slip off skins and weigh. Add three pounds sugar to four melon. Repeat several days. Then lo nil those I sprinkle spices through rind and pour over boiling vinegar. Do this three mornings after adding Ihe spices. The. last morning, boil file mebn with the syrup, pack in jars. cover with hot syrup and seal Revival Will Open Sunday at Rosa Qhurch A revival meeting will begin Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at the Rosa Methodist church on Mills Bayou, five miles north of Fjiixora with the Hev. W. D. Grissom ol Memphis assisting the pastor, I?ev. •J. C. Agne'w.' The public is coriimliy invited pounds tomatoes. Wash lemons and cut- in very . thin slices, riis- 1 . Tllc services will include spccia carding seeds. Put fruit in pro- rnusic by a Memphis soloist. - fcrvhij kettle, 'sprinkling sugar! -------- • hrough the layers and let stand I 21 Join Rosa RantUt until sugar is dissolved. It will! „ " ROSa Da P llst akc six or eight hours, cook over a low fire until Theii friiitj „ Church Durinp- ^ clear. Put into sterilized pint or half-pint jars and seal. This Is one of the prettiest of preserves. The tomatoes look like huge, translucent drops of amber and they are just as good to eat as they look. With 'not toast and tea on a snowy winter afternoon, they arc perfect. Grape Conserve This recipe originated in Duchess County, New York, and is known as Cousin Alice's Grape Conserve. rive pounds graiK.s. 5 pounds sranulated sugar, 1 pound raisins, 2 orange. 1 ;. Wash grapes and force out pulp. Coot pulp and skills separately, putting pulp through a coarse sieve to take out the seeds. Combine pulp and skins, add .s'ngar, raisins, grated rind and juice of oranges and 'cook t'nirty 'minutes. Put into Ete'rilized jars and seal. Ticklcil \Va'tcrmclon Kind Four quarts prepared 'rind. 4 ten- spoons salt (barrel salt, if you.can Twenty-seven additions to the 'Prince Cha'pcl Baptist. cYmrch ii the Rosa community were made through the revival meeting whicl lias no\v closed, of the number seven \vere bauti;:«i and twcnt were old members w'.io rejoined the church. Tiic revival was conductcc by the Rev. W. J. Johnson. ' song services were in charge o Charlie Robinson. The sun's 'rays contain elec tricily. and if we had to pay only four cents a kilowatt hour for tha u'.iich the earth receives, w would owe the sun $100.000.000,000, OCO a day. Non-navigable rivers and sma streams are the property of Ih persons through whose lands they now. CARD OF THANKS We wis'.i to extend our thank lo our friends for their kindnes 'during the illness and death o get il). 1 quart cider vinegar. G O w mother and grandmother. Mr: 'cups sugar, 2 teaspoons \vholo cloves, 4 tablespoons broken stick cinnamon. Pare off green pirt of rind of watermelon and trim- off ail the red flesh. Cut in pieces an inch •arid i a half Ic.V, put, in preserving kettle and ao'd water to nlniost cover. Sprinkle with salt and cook until tender enough to pierce with a silver fork. Drain and dry between • towels. Put in a crock Miss Norm* Crri/e, of Blythe- vllle.. is. spending the week with Mfra Inez 'Carnpbc'll " ' Browning White, of Lo-at?, -' Tenn is visiting, his cousin, Vcr-*S nal White. " Miss Minnie Sheppni'd Is Mil of schor.I this, tvcek ofi atC6imt of ilincwv. Mrs. Walter BeacWm'.rias recovered . (rom a recent illness Miss Mildred Sh'eppard of Bly- thcvil'o is spending 'the lOeck with 'Mrs.' Bertrmc Smith It h estimated Hut morc than ono-l'fiird of all • federal and 'state prisons in the United Stales were constructed before the Civil War. O. II. White, nnd for 'the beau tiful floral offerings. Especially do we t'nank the Rev: Massey and Cumiing'hani for tlioi words of sympathy. Wn also ex tend our thanks to Mr. German fo his kindness. Mr. J.'M. Whit Mrs. C. J. McCormick Mrs. L. T. Burton Mrs. John Story and grandchildren Bits of 'News Mostly Personal Mr. nnd Xlrs. Udell Ke\('som. of !:»icH, Miss., rttftrnert home lo- iy utter spending a week with Irs. N'cwsom's parent. 1 !, Mr. nti:l Irs. lu-ii Gill, al noil, nnd Mr. iwsom's parents, tbe liev, mill Irs. J. b ^ewsoni. hclly Hot'"n ''us returned i her home in tll'tlc/Rock nftlM- visit with Kllss ' Anna Jnne rniuon. Miss 'Mildred Ixiii Hiibbard lins tinned from n v'isil in llon'ktns- lle. Kv. Mrs. B. M. 'Mc'C'nll 'niitl clnugh- •r, Becky, have 'nlTlvefl lifunr ofn a visit In Drcwrj'villb, Va. here they visited 1'clativM. Vh'feinin Lee Scwoiii, of 'liinlca, :iss., i-etut'iied home today n'ftc.- visll with her eraiHlpinvnU, lift- ev. aim M, S . j L Ncwsom. Miss Mlrlirtn Slayton, Mrs. l.e;: IclioVon aiul daiirflitcV, Rtnr'v Ita. and Jlmniic Kns'lcy, or >incr, moloi'ed lo 'Oxfoi'd/'MKH., up«f:iy lo make 'nVrnngc'incn'ts for iss Nicholson and Miss Blayiou attend the stute lintvoi-siiy. rth- loylo'n has jiisl retiii-ncd' homo orn n vacation .'spent In Shrevc- >it. Ln.. Hot 8[>rlngs, El Uorndo ill Little Uock. J E. Teaford. of^Oscool.i, Is n iticnt nl ihe Memphis Daiitlu »sptlnl, Mrs. John Hyde an'd gitind niBliler, Frances Carlcw, Imvc rtui'iicd home from ft week's sit wllh relatives in Tliitoiiville cnn. tars. Blanche nram'lclt. of Lux- ra, has been admitted to tlic 101111111; Methodist hosiillal. John Herman Limn, son of Xtr id Hire. J. II. Lane, of Carnth- '.'.villc. Is '(lie Ritc-A of 'his grand- ii'i-nls, Mr. and ^tl•s. Jim liomljo- ski. PAGE STORIES-IN STAMPS By I. S. Klein *- LINCOLN'S ; ^R V SECRETARY LINCOLN' is crcdtl- willi liavinj; conducted (lie Civil War Ihroneh its four years of bitter slnigGlc. Hut it was Edwin McMnsters Stanlon, secretary ol war in Lincoln's cabinet, who lolled alongside (bo fntiioiu president in llinl trying lime. Slanton, horn in 1814. had lived an early life of almost constant hard work, and so was prepared for the ei'uclline day and night joh as war secretary. The eldest of four children, ho became an orphan at 13. and clerked in n bookstore lo hcln keep the family. He \yciil to KcnyOii College in Oliio, nnd took up tlie practice of law at Columbia and Pittsburgh. His flrsl wife, whom he had wed If, I83G, ciicd In 1844, nnd he married again in 1856. Soon afterward, President Buchanan appointed him altornoy general, and he was in retirement only 10 months when President Lincoln him his war secretary. Six years Of hard work nt this post, and Stanton's health was undermine;!. He resigned in lilGO. Not UK afterward, however, I'rcsi'- ;nt Grant appointed him to tlic iprcinc court. 11 was n short- lived honor. Four days after U. S.—187Q his conrtrniation H! by ihe Senate, Slntilon ' i" V8CO, he 7 rcntj 'lied. 'One bt tlin stamps, issued in 1870, bears ills Vo'rlrait, , I'JSI. N'KA Service, Inc.! Fleet Tries Vew Gear for Deep Diving SYDNEY. N. S. W. '(U'P)-Por IMC firsl time in many years, while ncn arc competing wilh Jap'aiisa .nd Malay divers in Australia's icarlin;; imlnstry. This venture is being made by a Sydney firm which maintains" n Icct, -Of four poarlliig ketches Ju Jarivln and wliicli ha.s I'nc rights o a new (living gear. 'This geiir, 1( snid. enables divers-to descend o 240 feel, whereas under present diving conditions, 150 feel is con- idcrcd an unusual 'depth. II also pee.-ls up descents and ascents. Great interest is being taken in Jarwln in the Sydney, firm's tests n view of the increasing diflicul- witli 'foreign divers and t'nc iilcnsc foreign competition. About 22 Australian luggers Operate from Darwin with indentured Japanese ind Malay Crews and more Hum 20 Japanese-owned Boats arc on sticll grounds not. Tar from the Australian coast, and northern islands. Nincty-lhrce per cent, of ihe world's 3^,000.000 telephones arc inter-conncctablc. The lightning of winter thunderstorms is said to be more danger OTIS than that 'of summer storms. .First Showing of Evening TUPPER The "Alolia" as illus- 1.1'alcd in white, gold kid trim. "Trudy", white willi silver. ],ow Hat heels. Medium spike and high heels. Many ncw/ea- lures in 'this 1937 p'liccier.. sallon. Stands MANLEY TOpRS . \\'m. *.en )fO(cl,. McrrVp All Expense Tours to 'Dallas . Hcri -Sat,, ~m(X) Mrs. E. A. Tpilord AW. i rm& ioi rhcslic bldju- casl's, pslitb. avlallcn. ams* lour calls. . . L HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. Phone ,233 Glencoe Bldg. =MVHKK1,Y SUNDAY SCHOOL LliSSOiM = Sowing and Reaping (ioldcii Text: \\r not ilra-lvi'd; Owl Is nof morkoil: for whatsoever a man sim-elh (hat tliall lie nlso rc»l>. By WM. K. CillJmr, |). 1). Kdlidr of Advance Many practical problems faced Ihe Christians In the flagtm com- futilities in which they lived. ])ln- erent Clii'isllfitis met file problems in dlfTcient ways. Some. Ihoiielit It was wrong to eat meal that hud been ofTen-il to Idols; others did not feel that plTcrlny H to the Idols directed !'he meal, and Ihcy nte with good conscience. In the midsl of such problems men were npl l-i jurtpe 6nn an- otlief, not always with oraclmis- ss and understaudlns. Evrti those hftd their faulls w'no had Ijc- comc Christian muler condlllous ivlicro one would think (lint lo do so would Imply almost perfection of life. In the church at G.ilnlla, some. apparently, were censorious and unsympalhetlc. Possibly there wav pome vai'i'nnl for tl'iclr critical liilon, bill I'aiil very definitely staled whnt the Christian altitude on slit to \K. If a man 'DOS been overtaken In i fault, rtlhers .<)l]4uld manifest tlielr own by, restoring ' him In n spirit 'of gentleness, tem ember I UK tliut U/oy thcinselve.s nmy lie subject to temptation.' To bear One another's burdens Is lo fulfill I'nc law of Cliflst. 1'ride and self-will are sources o( sclf- ctccepiloti. There is an apparent conflict In Paul's statement here, because, af- ler snyliig that we sliould bear one another's burdens, he Is equally explicit In saying Hint each mini stidll boar his own burden, Doth statements ai'e true. Every limn iinist Ix'Hr h'ls'on'n burden, but It oflen becomes Intolcvable If there is no mutual help in the bcarlha of burdens, Aiul when, along with his burden, n in fin must bear the adverse, Judgments nnd. imkliid- iie.wcs of ills 'fellow iiien, his load is fur greater llinn it ought to lie. 't * t \Vc arc living, as I'aul .lays, In a moral world where wrong-doing brings ils consequences. "Whnlso- cver n man sowelh nmt sliiill he i also reap," Tliere Is ft (jreat In life that seems to upset thai Idea, but history, as well as religious touching, shows that It Is true. Tile, ChrisUnn illfe Is a life of I well doing. Continuance in that I llfo brlnus Its reward.. Ho v,ho| would live o-s ft Christian must I meet all men in a spirit bt good I will, and this spirit ought: lo be pn;rllciihirly manifest toward Ills fellow Christians. ' • •• Here Li god<l, common sense, practical counsel for life, ft applies lo Ihoso.wiio would live well hi our day us it did to Ihcsc early ' ilLselples, • ;'.i No man's life would be wilho'ui j improvement If ho would give heed lo these wise words and put tticirt , into practice In his daily lite nfid cohlftc'ts, i • , became tost in (lie desert coun- Iry for five days, v during which: lime their water supply gave out. In Central America, it was sometimes necessary to cany (heir landcm through miles of thick JmiBlcs, the hoys said. Espasa and Scanallla arc making (lie (rip in •conjunction with the Introduction of iho international language. Eiperanto, into 'the United Slates. Until six years ap.0, o[ all lira known planets', Neptune appeared io be from the sun. Tho planet 1'hilo, discovered in i<rjo, .is nno million miles beyond Ncp- liuie. Relists Pedal 8,000 Milts on Two-Year trip DALLAS (UP)—A six-day blc.y- c nice would be easy for Victor carrallln nnd Vicente Clregml spasn, Argentina boys who pcct- Icd n taiKlem bicycle from llnc- o's Aires to Dalhi.v-an 8,000-mile ounic'y through jungles, snow- -oiTOs and blistering heal. The young scholars lefl Buenos ires, Jnn. 1, 1034, as llicy sought o set a record for travel by Inn- em bicycle from the South Amer- ca'n mciroiiolis to New York. When they nVrlvc In New York, ISspasa said lie nii'd his companion vould return lo Argentina by tout-. The youths im'dcrn'cril numerous iiVlshlns during the trip. Mucli liiie was lost because of Kick- ess. Fen- almost, n year, liicy •ere forced to stay o(T their bite and have injections lo cure nm- nrial fcycr. 'Cn the 'first shRc of the Jmir- ic'y they pedaled over the Andes Mountain.'! in Argentina, where hey were stricken with a form >f. asthma which mndc. breathing liiricull and caused their noses o bleed freely. While going through Chile, they Some .species of birds, due lo yellowlsh-ti'd inters in the retina of the eye, possess excellent vision. Such birds can see the coast of Africa while Hying CVP r i( n ly. Positive Relief for MALARIA! Sure En j to Chills and Feoer! . riorcY. renl relief for Malaria- Grove's TailclCis Cliill Tonic I Qnlcbly it stOjis Ilic clillls nnd fever nnd roslon'i your body to comfort. Many rcmcdira will mc-rely alleviate Ilio tyraptoms of Mnlnvia Iciiipora'rily, but GrOvc's TnsU'IcES Chill Tonic goes all Ilic Way and coniplcK'ly rids your system t)i the infection. Clove's T.islelfss Cliill Tonic a a 'real corrcelivc of Mabriu liKaiisc it contains two tilings. First, tisletcss <iuiiii[it which kills the Malarial intrcllon in Ilic blood. Second, Ionic iron which helps overcome (lie invars of Ihe chills ami fever nnd 'fnrtirtcsagainst finjhrrnllacli. PlHy;afci Tnlic drove's Tnficlcss Chill Tonic. It now comes in Iwn siics-50c nnd ?l. Tlio :?! size contains v/i times as much ns tlm SOcsizc nnd civk'^yoii 25% more for your pioncy.Ucl uoltlc todiyal nnydrugiiorc, COOI.KST SPOT IN TOWNJ Last Time Todayl MALARIA • CHILLS FEVER Alexander's Iron Tonic An Appotize'r and GoneiM Tonic for People Who Arc Woak and Rundown, Sold by ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bakery Specials AU, DAY - - FKliUY, S/Yl'UKDAY '& SUNDAY Ambrosia Layer Cake, each 19c Fruit Filled Coffee Cake, eadi Oatmeal Cookies, doz. Cherry Nut Gems, doz. Special for Kiilercg Hour, 5 lo 6 /;. m. only, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Doiiuts, din;;. lie Riiisu; Bread, loaf ... 6c Plain Sugar Cookies, doz' 3c Sinai! Coconut Pies (Limil 5) each 3c Hoi Wain Rolls, <)oz 5c Special Allcnllon Given All Special Orders Blytheville Baking Co. rnoNi: no It's SWING TIME! ll'i BING TIME2 jln Hit Wild ondWoottyWMK ::.itAH6f , . BIND [R05BY mm FRRNIR BOB BURNS; MRRTHR RHYt — Adml le 10 .t Xri 10 &. VK lo Tax ] It Ta\ ' FRIDAY PAL NITE 2 Adulls Ailmiileil for Price of All Children—lOc law In Her Hands' With JMiit^aipt l.uiiiiay < ;tnd Warren Hull Sen the female hvwycr slip the cihi'ir-nls ecit the law's back dbor. Voice 'of Mxpericnrc and "liashfui iiuildics" r^I —Ailmivjion— -J nialiner—in ft 25c—With Jo Tax N'ijrhl—10 A f5c—With Ic Tav TUKSOAY, AUGUST SI25.00 HANK NIGHT!- !A! Hosiery To Hanntmize W ^JLOVD A. ffllllUE'S , s: M o c ^ . , . , TO O/ ..HUBBA SECOND HAND FURNITURE Near Goff Hotel We Buy and Sell Second Hand Furniture, Stoves and Ranges. We,Need Used Furniture-Let Us Make You A Bid.

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