The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 19, 1936
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE '(\%K.) COURIER NEWS . WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, Informal. Supper in Best Form Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS * Woman's Missionary soclelj, Rrst Church of the Nazaiene, niceting. at church. High Slylc from the Alps Out of Town Guests At Bachelor Chit) Dance. The dance at tlic -Hotel Noble 'Blue Room h»t nUit, fponsorcd hy the Bachelor club, was attended by 105 giicsls, which in eluded a number from" out of tlic clly Lera- Bowdeii'RiKl his 15 piece brthcslra furnished music for .dancing, which began nt 10 o'clock; i * Included In' the R nests was a paity of 12 couples fro-n Wilson. Ojceola and Lepanto, who were guests' of • Mr. nnd Mrs. W. !•' Wilson, of Wilson. In .honor of Mrs Wilson's Llili)dnj,! Misses Margaret Meilvni and Helen Collins and J. B. Henley of Carutli- ersvillc. Miss Virginia Sides .of Memphis," liotiscgiicst of Miss-Car 01: Lauderdnlc, and I(askin IJIden and Qcorgc' Drain of Trenton, Tenn., guests of Fred Matthew •> and Miss piipuy Llndsey. of Mn- rinnna, Ray Limbaugh of Hnyll, Bill Davidson of Stcele; y * * Have Firh Fry At Walker Mr. aiid Mis. H. E. Kooilce and family entertained Mr..':and Mis S. M. Thomas and niece, Miss Bess Thomas, anil Mr. nnd Mrs. Press Vaughl and Mr. mill Mrs. Fred Vnuglil, of Union Oily ' Tenn.. wilh •• a fish 'fry nnd picnic at Walker.-park Sunday, « . • r Democratic Women's Club. Husbands .Invited. ' Members of . the local Democratic Women's club and llicii husbands .have-been invited lo n picnic, io be given by the Pcmi scot County, . Mo., Democratic Women's chib Friday evening n McFarlandVnark, Hnyll, It has been aniibiinced by the chairman Mrs. /James, .T),, Clark. * • • Have Lesson:; On ' Cliristia n : Athcrica- Members of the Womnns Mis .denary Soclely'of .Ihc Lake Slree Methodist church ' met at tlv chinch Monday nflcinon v for i - program on 'Townid .Christlai America' Mrs George D^slnge was lender.' , The 15 present nlso heard Mi W. L Gieen preside In the bnsl ness session, Mrs L Hcngai >• offered praver and ^he ^criptur lesson vvasi'read from the 146t Psalm. , > Osceola Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. s. I,. GJadlsh lefl yesterday lor a two weeks vticalkn nt iiol Springs. '• ' Miss Hutli Mnsscy returned yesterday from n visit lo her sls- ler, Mrs. Fred Moore and family. In Eycrnbtirg, Tenn. Osccola friends of Mrs. Maj-- gnrel Hale, who has been scrlous- Iv III al the home of her''daligh- ter In Loiilsvlllc, Ky., arc glad lo learn that her condition is somewhat Improved. The Rev, n. c. Moonhead .> attending Ihe Ml:. Seqnoyoli Assembly at Fayctlcvllie this week He will return Saturday. Mr. and tyis. A. E.'Vowcll had as Ihclr guests over the weekend Mr. Powell's parents, Mr nnil Mrs. o. II. Powell and hi' sister, Mrs, Lc|and Hcndrlx, and her husband, all of Little Hock Dr. and Mrs. 0. M. Hnrwel left today for a motor- trip through the Mlssomi Cvarks spending n few weeks at Rock- Away Beach, Lake Tuneycoma Mo. ' •• Mrs. W. N. Thomas, has: ao ccptcd a position as bootkeepc lor Cartwrighl Haidwair com Mr. and Mrs. Dan BatMe- and small daughter, of Ma-on, Ga me the guests of Mr and Mn> O. S, Baltic. Mrs. Battle" Is re numbered as Miss Irene Biibcr who was reared here TJic anllpasta puller of cold cuts, cheese, pickles and relishes start-, off (lie Sunday night supper with zest. Color and arrangement of the fcotls and variety (o please all tasks is important. (From New, Yorker Hotel, New York) : bring out the flavor and the seasoning. Just before thoroughly. serving, reheat Hayti Society — Personal Monday evening l>nt the Brash- ore will make their home here Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sliuinnie and' Miss Margaret Benson spent tin> Kerve Chiaiiti wine wilh the weekend at Pnxico, Mo where clilii. The bread sticks can be'llicy allended Ihe Puxleo Home bought at any Kalian grocer's, coming. They are all former residents of (hat city. Mrs. A. B. Comer and sons [ La Vein anil Guy, and daughter' j Mrs. Ethel McFarland, all O j I Morehouse, were Ihe guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Duke Sunday evening. Mrs. Comer is Hie . j mother of Mrs. Duke. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Maxev are' Mr- and Ml ' s ' Peloy Luin *kn the parents of a .son born Sun- of st - laMs mc spending the My evening. 'Tlic child which ?' cek llcrc vkl "' lg rclalives n '«l Weighed 10 pounds, has not yet ,T, ldS A ,, ' , , , becii named. ij "• "• McDonald and daughter, The teachers and officers of the Mlss vl '6'" 1:1 . and son, Troy, re- Baptist church met M the home 1 " c<1 Fl ' [(tnj ' from n weck ' s va ' of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. E. Nethcrv 1 ca nl Tl 'l' cl °' Mlss '' ;vith lllc Thursday evening.' former's wife's parents, Mr. and Miss Jacqueline Phillips cele-' Ml ' Sp E> Bvmlm - T ' le y w « p c ac- bralcd her sixth birthday with a l com l>anlcil home by Sidney By- party at the home of her par- mim> wll ° wl " visit llcl ' c f ° r » cuts. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips | w ,' Ic !o Which 20 of licr little friends ,, Bci ' lll!l Mac Cnssidy and came. . ' Mrs. Carl Webb entertained the StUch and Cliallcr club at her home Fi'iday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Holly have announced the arrival of a'' 1 ' 01111 -' ai 'd Mrs. H. T. Uvars Jr., T.-nound baby girl, born' Monday j , Cnrl "l>ei p sville, were [he guests inorning. she lias been named °, Mmcs - War <l Dorris and Car- Patricia Ann. Messrs. Ira Mapper; George Mrs. Natalia King entertained with three tablet; of bnds-e <il the hcmc of Mrs.'T. P. •Florida Monday night in compliment, to Dr. and Mrs. Mark W. .. Emmpl cf Gainsvillc, Ga., who arc' guests of the hitler's sister, Mis j ]) Smith and family, nigh SC oie awards among the men and wo ; men were won by Clyde Lc Plant and Mrs. J. a. Smilli Dr and Mrs. Emmcl were also given guest prizes. The Eminels formerly lived in Wilson. lly NKA Service ' As soon as the weather begins to con) you'll be thinking of entertaining.; One of;-.-', (ho nicest iva.vs to return' 1 sociiil; obligations —and one of the simplest too—is to have a .Sunday/night'supper. ,The'rinaltty of such an event is Its great charm'. Your Sunday night supper nc6d not te elaborate or expensive, hut It is worth the lime and effort to give the menu an original Of Tyrolean Inspiration Is this wool knit Jacket In a shnde of pink Icll Honerii and leaves aie phced below Ihi Co-Ed's Budffit fall fftlir nnrl-rtR nllri Mm hhiirl<: 'nf /Irirl- rniilrrttlino l>l, TUI o V.RIIS four set-in pockets, and the bands 'of dark contrasting ''binding rue set oil by rows of white scroll embroidery. H would be a line extra jacket for, lho< college girl lo include in her back-to-sdiool wardrobe. Cemcicrj AHOcladon Coinhiiitec'-H.'is. Meet Inf. The Ways anrt' Means commit. SV. B. Acton, tee of Ihe 'Maple- .Grove Ccme tery Association 'lud a meetin 'jesteiday afternoon at the liom of Mrs. W M. Crow, at Hiitfmai Mrs Crow, president, presided i pare! the business session, K-is Refreshments\o£Eaiidwlclics, ii.« lea and.cookies were served dur ing a social hour. 4 « Has Birthday Tarty. " ^Sf ¥,^j pavenl Billy Hatchett, ol St LQUH \i Keck entertained with n pnrtj Momh\ afternoon gnen by his parents, Mi. and Mrs C. H Wlicclcr it their home, 8C9 Heam street; in honor of his ' fourth birthday, "Grandma" Neely,.a fn\onte in that neighborhood, was among the guests who ( were served refreshments, on small tables in the yard. A pink and while color scheme was carried out and balloons, in many colors, were favors. Billy Is Ihe son of Mrs. Ruby Wheeler- Halehctt, formerly oS this clly. - _-.. * * * Mclhcdist Circles Meet. Circles of the Woman's Missionary society 1 .of the First Methodist church had meetings Monday afternoonj The first group met at the home of Mrs P. E. Cooley when Mrs. B. A. Lynch gave the study . for the 12 present. Mrs. W. F. Brewer led Ihe devotional. Cookies and punch .were served during hour. Mrs. James Hill ^ave I'.ic lesson for the ten pfcseiit in tlic meeting of circled, at the,.church. Mrs. W. L. Horiier. presided over the business session. Circle 3 met'at the home of Mrs J. E Patterson when the 11 present included one guest. Mr. Patterson's mother. Mrs. A. G. Haley gave . the lesson -nnd Mrs. Belle Wood offered prayer. Sherbet and cake was served. Circle 4 met with Mrs. R. P Paddison Mrs Charles L. Wylie gave the'Bible'lesson for the 'ten present, Mis. J. D. Barksdale offered prayer and Mrs. Paddison sang "Can The World See Jes' in Me?" Refreshments were ser ed. business. Upon her'• rcliini. home I Mr. anil Mrs. J. E. Lunsford for she nlll be accompanied bv hei the weekend niece, Miss Virginia Belle ...Ensl- rioscoe Crafton. of Liltlo Hock: wood, who will, vlsll-her, Is attending lo business here lor J A rondren nii(| 'famllj and n , few duj-i , Miss Gertrude Davis, or: Parish. Mrs . E,- nesl m]se i\ and children, Including Mrs. Horace Bcrupe of Memphis, who has, been visiting here, will go to -New Albany, Miss., today to visit relatives, They will lie accompanied liy' Miss Elizabeth Lunsford who Is to be the guest of Mr. ntut Mrs J. D. Lunsford. Mr. nnd Mrs. li. J| Dodsou nnd r on Jot- Bob of Canidcn, Ark, Aln., nre here for n brief visit wilh Mr. Foiidi'Cn's sister, Mrs. V. B. Acton. Miss : Helen Blylhe, who ''wider- went an operation for appendicitis nt the -Blythovlllo ' hospital, Is convalescing at Ihe home of her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. J; TV Phll- TIB Dr ind Mis Meilc Powell of Carlisle Pa will leave foi honu. the list of the week aftei spuul inr Iwo weds with M^rs Powells parents, Jiiilge and Mrs'. G E For Fiye Pairs of Shoes STILLWATER.. Okla (Up) _ When the typical co-ed packs and goes lo college this jear she will have live pairs of shoes, costing .53.17 « pair. So indicates a .survey conducted at the college residence hall for women at the Okla- hcma A. & M.. college Tvicntv girls answered a questionnaire. The cost range . of the shoes were $3.62 lo $4.58 for I he group Added to that was the cost ol keeping the shoes in. repair. When college girls attend classes —Ihcse, at any rale—they wear what is known as a "sensible' shoe, one that is 'generally a sports oxford with a low. broad heel and a comparatively broad! toe. l,visl. ostcad of baked h am, ronsl chicken or an elaborate salad, why not serve an Italian supper? You'll nnd it far less expensive than a menu including a roast or fowl and quite as dell- clous. For Sunday Supper Here Is a supper bused, chiefly, on Ttallnn rec'pcs: ' • • Antipasto ' .. ; Chili Con. Cariie - IttiV.n Bread 1 Slicks- . Howl of Greens Salad - Ilalinn (Bel Pacse)' Cheese:' ; Purple Haliiiiv. Grapes ,' Black boflee - .'- : ChiaiitiiWihe;.: > '';, Chill con came.- it , Is -true, is a Mexican dish) but' it 'goes sur- prislngly, well •: wllji : air - Italian meal.. The recipe'' used Is less expensive than' the variety -made Mill chicken. ; ...: ~ . -. For the anlipasto,'arrange on. large platter slices of garlic bol- ogiia, anchovies, Ilalian salami, green or rc<| . pickled peppers, halves of pimento, ''lliin slices of marinated beets . and tomatoes, slivers of savory green beans. Let this be .this first course, .with everyone helping himself from the platter. The chill con carnc IF made like Ihis: Chili Con Carnc: for Six One pound ground round steak. 1 iinnnil round steak cut in cubes, 3-4 pound beef suet. 1 pint chill beans. 3-4 teaspoon finely minced garlic. 1 pint strained canned tomatoes, .salt to taste, 3-4 teaspoon chill peppers, ground fmn. Soak the beans 8 to. 10 hours in water lo cover. Then drain. Place them in cold water, bring lo a boil and boil for s minutes. Drain again and place in fresh cold water and boil until lender. : Fry the ground steak in Ihe suet until brown. ' ' | Cut the round steak In very ismall pieces and fry them, also, in Ihe suet, until browned, Add all this meat to the drained, pc-oked beans and add salt to • : tastc. : Add the finely ground chili ; pep]iers. the garlic . and strained ^tomatoes. •^ Boil for 5 mimilcs. Stir con- .slantly lo avoid burning. Let the chili stand 12 hours lo Knicbert. Bert Rowcii:and I. Mor- mcr rral<l «Hs of this city. rls, of Maiden attended the lo- . •. llml Mrs - J - I-. Davis re- cal Lion's club meeting at North-1 ce ! vetl a c;ml fl ™n Ilieir son. -• " ' -- - J Ph". "'ho. in company with Glen and Richard Martin, is making a trip down the Mississippi river side Park Monday evening. Miss Margaret Hill of Illmo, Mo., arrived Thursday ami silent th weekend visitin in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Maslerson Mia; Sina Duggar of Slralsford, Okla., also visited them over the weekend. Musses Hill and Duggar are former Instructors in tile local high school. Miss Hill has been attending the summer ses- to New Orleans in a motor boat, stating that they were at Greenville, Miss.; and were enjoying their trip very much. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Hamra and Mrs. John Hamra and daughter Miss Sallie, of Cardwell, and Miss Emalino Hamra of Pulton, Ky. sion of- the University of Wis- vvere tllc BUcsts of Ml- - and Mre. cousin. I Wolf Khourie Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. I. 11. Brasher and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones and .daughters, Ettwinia and Belly Ann of Kultawa, Ky., 'arrived here Sunday and were the guests of the former's son, R. N. Brasher and son, Rodney. Mr. and Mrs. Jones and daughters left for their home WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WilWil Calomel-And You'll Jump Out of Bed In ,,.,.,. the Morning Ruin' lo Go ,.' r ^?, I iy cr 'I"" 1 ''' no'"" out Iwo nonnja at lid mil Iji !c i nto you r IxnveLs .laily. I [ thl s liilo is not floivi n g freely, j-nn r fcxKldoesn't A tjrosl. It jiiat (iecaj-3 In the boweb. 0«s bloats up lour stomach. You set constipated. Your whole system is iwisonwl and you feel sour. Bunk aim the world looksjiunk. Lsxativra ore only makeshift*. A mere towel movement iloesn'L grt nt l!m cause It ukes IhoaoRood. old CirlcrVMUli Uiior I liNtOKCtthcEC two pounds ofhjle flowing freely.anj mukeyou (eel "up and up" Harmless senile, yet amnzinz in making hilc How freely. A«lc for Catlor's Litllo Liver Pll], by nirac.iitijbbonily refuse anythinir n!Bfi.25c. Read courier News Want Ads. PICKARD'S GROCERY THE SAFEST I'l.ACE . TO KUY YOUR MEATS AND DAIRY PRODUCTS M'c receive Swift's Premium Beef twice weekly. Green's Grade A Pasteurized M i 1 It twice'daily. We have .the most modern Frig- idaire meat . equipment. We Deliver. Phone 673 10-14 Chickasawba L llshcd 11 fuinitiire stoie thcie at, , lei residing In Little Rock for a ind Mrs Leon Diuall olU| 101 [, time Jonesboro, have moved lo Ihl Uwing Reid, of Aim Arbor, city and arc residing in Ihe Wood M ich., is the guest of'his brother', apartments on Dougan Ave. Mr. Max IJcid. nnd family. Uuyall .is with the National Life} M lss Euln Fay Jenrics has gone and Accident Insurance Company. I on a vvcslcnl tri|) whlch wil , ,„_ Mr. and Mrs Lcc Atchlcy and | c i mle „ vlslt (o Yellowstone i»rk baby arc spending a ten days va- II1K | ,, olnts or Canada. b cation in Pine Blulf, Sheridan andi Forrest City, where they are lhc ! guests of relatives ,, .. , H ., , ,, , , ,, , Ml ' l)llrt , Mls - J ;- M. Joulz and wo solls nvc rctllnl(! < 1 (1 '°in an molor tr| l> which took CARD OF THANKS We arc very appreciative of the kindnesses ' shown - us In the •Icath of our loved one. Mrs. Rena Bishop and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bishop and family, Mr. and Mrs. Algie Bishop and family. Miss Virgina Gr B gs, of Charles- :-" (l0 moor r l> wch took ton, is the houscguest of Mr ami! " lcln '? SraUlc ' Wash..- San Fran- Mrs. Leon Duvall antt Cisco, Los Angeles and honie by .rs. Ann Black, of Cavdwcll ' lhc £0 « lh(!1 ' 1 ' ™«t«- T '"=v were -patient at the Memphis Dap- iwlly flvc wccks - Ml Is a list hospital. W. D. Wood jr., of Louisville. Misses Belle and Alice Whit- Mtss -i l'"s arrived here lo be con- sitt have returned from n (woi" cclcl1 w ilh Ihe Tom Little Chcv- wccks buying trip in Chicago and i rolet Company. Mrs. Wood and New York. j three children will join him later. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halne.s j June Workman Is in Memphis and son, Harry, returned Monday ! for a visit wilh Mary Louise Wat- nirdit from a month spent in ] ere. who formerly lived here, lorthcrn Wisconsin. 1 Mr . nmt Mrs . Arcll Gras . nnc , Mrs. Meyer Graber has returned; son. Billy Pal. of Molinc 111 are lorn Kcnnctt, where she spent guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray ome lime. Mr. Graber. who nc-1 Mrs. Gray and son have been omiKinied her. Is still there on' spending the summer at Rector l ^" css - . „ ; ; * ; 'i with Mrs. Gray's mother, ami * ^ , . J ' Dt Lllllstorri when Mr. Gray JoSicd them rend daughter, Sondra Ann, of contly they went lo the Quirks New Albany, Miss., were guests of for a visit before coming here ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT" YARN INSTIMJBTIpNS' FREE Mrs. teslic Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley 1109 Chickasawba Phone 192 Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Inez Short, who has ueei living In Osceola, has: reluruc here to make her home,\havlng accepted a position with the 'Nu Wa Cleaners. She" is visiting Mr and Mrs. J. oi Banics until she Jnpvc 1 ! her two children her ttJihhl the near future. Mrs. Belle Wood Is spend in Wednesday In' Caruthersvilie on NOTICE The County Equalization Hoard will be it: session a(. Hl.vtlicvillo August 2-1, 25, 2fi anil' 31. ;il?o Sept. ] nnd 2; ;i( Osrcoln August 20, Jl, 27 and 2S nnd Sept. :i and >l for (he purposu (if adjusting farm land and pctsiniiil monerlv values. • • • . • ii. The Board is placing a value of ?20 on all land i« cultivation. SS ( 0 Sin on all cul-ovcr and wood lands. Mccl lite Hoard en (lie above dates and gel youi- assessment ad justed. fiiBiioil: K. M. WOODAIUJ, (iianman, Coitnly Hoard ,,f Mqualization COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN I Weds.-Thurs. I'aramouiit News —Admission— Malince—10 & 25c—Wilh le Tax NfghJ—10 & 35c-Wilh le Tav TUESDAY, AUGUST 25- S50.00 HANK NIGHT! last night i\lrs. linker Wilso,, of this cily «on (hi- $125.0Ct-Makinj BANK DKI>OS1T next week 55tV —COMING SOON— "CHINA Clll't'ER" with I'K 1 O'llricn ami llcvcrly Kolmls "GOKGKOUS HUSSV" with .loJn Crawford nnd Hobcrl Tavlor "ANTHONY A.DVEHSK" « i i i, Frederic March and Oliva DC Havilland. The "electric eye"'pees all in testing Qiesterfield ^cigarette paper The picture above shows one of the many tests for purity and quality in the laboratories of the Champagne Paper Co. Nothing is left to chance to make sure that Chesterfield paper is the finest that money can buy. Chesterfield paper must : measure up to the Chesterfield standard ... ^ . . . it must be scientifically pure - . . it must burn uniformly without taste or odor* Mild ripe tobaccos and pure cigarette paper ... Chesterfield wins Jack Tulus of Crystal City, Mo., were the weekend guests of the former's mother, Mrs. J. L. Davis, Mrs. liclle Snider of Memphis, ei rle Meatle Sunday afternoon. '" Mines. Snider and Byars arc for- © 1953, liatrr & MYEU TOBACCO Co.

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