The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 18, 1933 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 18, 1933
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TWO BLYTgEVlLLE, (AUK.) COUKHfr NBWB MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1033 Ir. and Ur>. O. R. Thomat of Horn «ke, Miis., arrived with his aunt, *r«. W. E. Hunt Friday afternoon aft«r ahe aptQt s»vtral days vlalt- »g in hi; hpn*, and stayed over l?t*n Social Calendar ;• TUESDAY'S EVENTS lianfe P. T. A., school auditorium, S P. M. , Uapl» Otove Cemetery holding public meeting at cemetery, 2:30 p.m. UK, A. M. BiiU 31)4 Mrs, Farnsworth Black hottestes to Bridge luncheon at Mrs. Butt's home. ; WEDNESDAYS EVENTS Delphia umeetliig, -i a.m., Hotel NgWe. Rmwood cemetery association meeting: with Mrs. J. W. Adams sr, 2:1(0 p.m. Central Ward P. T. A. meeting In assembly room, 3 p. m. THURSDAY'S. KVENTS Mrs. W. J, Pollard and Mrs.'Harry* Kirby ehtertatntiiK at bridge luncheon «L Ktrby home. .FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. John L. Finky jr., and Mrs Elton W. 'Kirby having luncheon at Kirby home. bride Miss Lucilc Solomon ' \Ns Mr. Allen Pickard MLss Luclle Solomon, of Browns vllie, Tenn, hccamc tlie bvlde o Mr. AUen>PlcXard, of this cit iu' ; a ceremony solemnized Sunda afternoon,, ftve o'clock, at U bflde'e, ihotqf.- .The Rev. W. : Ha)ph,'pi*Ur o! the First Melho to formed Bits oj Netcs Mostly Personal Backing $he NRA undfcrwr In 'of members of the families arid a .few ol their moil in- iliiiate friends. •The bride wore a tailored deep lUie French crepe (rook, made with plaits In the skirts, and she curried ao a;m bouquet of pink ivses and baby breath, The house wss decorated with an Improvised altar of ferns and ether foliage flanked with floor i^kets ol roses'and gladioli. 'After an Informal reception Mr. I'Wcard and*.'his bride lelt, .by motor, for Memphis. After tomorrow they will be at home In their new home on North Tenth Mrs. Miill Momighnn Jr.. und aughtcr, Barbara, returned lust light from St. l-ouls where Uiey pent Ihc summer with.Mrs, Monn- hnn's parents. Mr. Monnghan, who tad been with them but who rc- uriicd two vcctff ato, motored up or them. WhttcHlierJ Carbarn won «cond honors In t( playground coyest In which 400 children partlcj- patcd, Both bcmly and health were 'onfldcTcd by ionic.. Mrs.' W. Leon Smith underwent an operation today at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mr.' Smith went down to be with her. Mr. and'Mrs. W. W. Shaver lire In Memphis today with Miss Lillian Shaver who underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Bnft- list hospital. Fred Fowler left ..Saturday tor Chicago where he 1? attending the fair having won the trip for excelling in his work a^ the Everett 1). Cico Sales company. Mrs. G. II. Bobbins and son Imve returned to Memphis after a week's slay with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stanley and other relatives. Mlssrs Mary Ellen Stevens and Eve Harwell were In Memphis for ihe weekend having gone down es-' sfctet. 'Mrs. Pickard; who Is the daugh- ttr of Mrs. T, H. Solomon, and th° late Mr. Polomon, of BrowiiB- v)i>, 15 a slater 'of Mrs. Jimmle Peterson of. .this city,- whom she tits frequently ' visited. • .The bridegroom, who Is the son oT Mr. an'd Kre.'W.- A'. Plck-yv: of tht» city, is V graduate of the city high echobl. He Is associated with his father in the grocery y to attend the dance at the Pcabody roof Saturday night. Miss Dorothy Whilten, of Mem- iphl-s who is spending much of her time here with lici sister, Mrs. J. P. Mclntosh Jr., and family, mm gone to Chicago for a week's stay at the fair. Henry C. Brandenburg, of Roosevelt. Ln., who formerly resided here, was tlie of Miss Altncrin Doyd Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. l!. Timncr, ol Helena, have arrived lor scvera 1 days visit with Mrs. T. J. Mnhnn and family. Mrs. J. M. Perdcw. of Dyersburg Tenn., is visiting her grand daughter, Mrs. Lon Richards, and Mr. Richards, at their home. 110 Sycamore street. Mr. and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison und Mrs. A. B. Holland went- to ——Memphis yesterday to be with the Rev. B. D. Holincld of Rector. vvhcD ho took a backward glance Osceola Society — Personal Mrs. Hayes W. Oowan, who until her recent mnrrlatt w« Miss Dorothy Brown of Luxorn w»s the guest of honor Thuruiuy aJttrnixjii v;hen her aunt Mrs. W. }. Driver and. her couiln Mrf, W. J, Driver Jr., entertained lea- h«r it bridle In the club roomt h«re, and h*» oten an eweclally compllmeptM luesc at Mver«l unalkr puttM . during the putt week since her r*Uini With Mr. Opwan from Hot Spriact they tptnt their honeymoon. Tlie eighty-four guest* at tho Thursday afternoon party Included many friends of th« hoiiorW and ; of the hocteoes from Bfythevllle club Prl**z and Ur>. Driver won hlfh guett prlz*. Miss Rulh Lynn Drake was ho*t- ess at a party complimenting Mr and Mr«. Oowan when «nter. and Luxor* dressed foe' Ure. the Oowan occaalon charming afternoon frock of light blue lace with slippers Lo match, Mrs. W. J. Driver wwe an afternoon frock of white flmred crepe with long iklrt. and Mr*. W. J. Driver jr., wu drewed In a form el afternoon dres» of black crepe cut low In the back and Monud »'lth a alngte c«riw flower. Th» club room wag decorated in great baakcls of rosf* and a profusion ol jdden rod. Following talntd a number of friends at her home with an out door pit parts snd steak fry. Enjoying lier ripapj tnllty besides the honorees, were Misses Catherine Harwell, Lillian snd Lnnelta Patterson, Mr. an< Mrs. A. W. Young, Mr. and Mrs, D Fred Taylor Jr., Mr. and 'Mrs Theodore Sneed, W. S. DunJap Johnny Kemple, Henry Patteraon and Kallory Harwell. Mrs. James D, Driver was hostess id the thrtu table bridge club to which »he belonf* and two extf tables of guestc when she enter talned at her home here Frlda evening. Mrs. Hulo Jackson won high score club prize, Mrs. C. J. Low- ranee jr., won high guest priue and Mrs. Milton Pope wa» winner of second high score favor. Mr«. Hugh Hughey of Atlanta wu an out of town guest. Mrs. 0. B. Driver was hostess to her two table dub and two extra tables of gue»ts Including Mrs. Hugh Hughey ol Atlanta and Mlu Nell Hamilton, of Long Beach, Cal., the latter the guest of her aunt, Mn. Ben Butler. Mrs. Hale Jackaon wu winner of John B. Miller,'who has ill at her home for several la Improving but will not able to return this week to her room at the Osceola public . I where «hc Is teacher of the aecond grade. Mr. arid Mrs. Hale Jackson will h»r« at their gue»ts this week Mrs Jackwn', parent*, Mr. and Mre L, L. Vandervoort of Chicago who are now visiting In Memphis, guests of aholhe'r 'daughter, Mrs. Neelj Bowen and Mr. Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slilppen lefi Thursday for a visit with Mrs Bhlppens brother, Dr. Elllston, and hi* family In New Castle, Ky. Jimmle DUlaril, son of Mr. and Mr». Roy ptUard, has gone to Bjuts Mountain, Miss., where he will attend school at Mississippi Heights Academy. Miss Ethel' Jones, daughter of ilSTER MARY'S KITCHEN When you task the raw /mil of the quince, It hardly seems |;OJblble lhat really delicious sweets Mr. «nd Fulton High School this year. Miss Ethel Jones, daughter of Sr. and Mrs, B, H. Jones, hns gone the game a delicious salad course was wrved, followed by an Ice, and prizes were awarded. Mrs. Ja». D. Driver waa winner of high '«ore prise, a Mrtlng stand; MTV. P. J. Semmcj Jr., won second high score prlte, a cheese and sandwich tray, and waa also: the only holder of the traveling irizc, a box of stationery. frs. U D. MtiBscy cut eonaolatlon favor, a box of hand made handkerchiefs, and Mrs. 6. L '.OUdish was presented a singing teakettle for low score favor. Assisting the hastens in Mrvinji were Mrs. Jai. D, Driver, Mrs. C. B. Driver, Mrs. L. B. Swift and high score club prize, Mra. E Johnson won high guest prize and Mn. 6. x. Massenglll cut consols- Uon favor. • * t Mrs. W. W. Prewltt Friday after noon entertained her two table bridge club with guetts besides the club members elng Mrs. P. P Travis of Qaceola and Mrs. Georgia Wlggt of -Memphis who Is vlsitln her niece, Mrs. P. P. Jacobs. Mrs. J, H t Lovewell was wlnne of high score prize. Mrs. J. H. Hook of Mrs. companying Mrs. from Ark., father of Mrs. Harrison nnd P,,Ho,l ', n Mntnr Truck Mrs. Holland, who b critically 111 TUIled in motor 1TUCK at the -Baptist hospital: Mr. nnd Mrs. Holtflcld were visiting here V'licn Mr. Hollfleld .was Strieker ,Mr«. Charles Allord will present a. gruiid representative prograir 1 »t the mMtirn? of the local Enst- fin Star 'chmpter Tuesday evening. . 7:30 o'clock. AD members atx. other Eastern' Stars ifi the cits arc invited to attend. • • + Hmk-Ekcl To ' Be Compllmenlrd. A number cf Interesting ^flain sre being planned this \veek fo: Miss Anne Black whose marring- to Mr. Karl Krocgcr. of Okla lioma City, Okla., will be solemn- aiA Monday. . , Mrs. A. M. Kutt and '.Mrs. Farns- "vorth Black are having a bridji hnclnon tomorrow , nl. the liu'l Ijome, Mrs. W. . J. Pollard ant Mrs. Harry . Kirby will entertah •i-t.h a mornlns- bridge party ant luncheon Thursday at the Kirb; "rome and a. luncheon and after noon bridge party Is planned fo' ri!day afternoon uhen Mrs. Johr U Finley. Jr., and Mrs. Elton W Kirby are to be hoste.<ses. . . 'Other • daughters, fars. 1 ftub'y Gocliran. • Mrs. l-Viink Ciopcr and Mrs. Verlln E. Upton, all of Hector, me also with their father, nnd the sons, Claude, Cord, Edward nml Hcwctt Holi- licld, nnel Mrs. Cord Hollfleld, nil il Rector, are here 'at (he Harrier. homo. ' Mrs. Wyult Henley hod as her tucsts for the weekend her brother, J. N. Wilton nnd Mrs. Wilton, of Willow Springs, Mo., anil then- daughter, .Mrs. C. B. Tcmplctou, of l<x Anseles, Cnl. Mrs. \V. Owen Blue will leave omorrou- fov Bale^vlllL 1 , Ark., .v):rrc she .will spend n week. Op- in her return she will b: accom- «nled by .{Mrs. Rophie Marsh-^. ate of tlinl city, who will join Mr. Marshal! here to make her <,mc. Mr. Marshall is connected vith the Cnca Cola Dotllins Co. SANTA CRUZ, Cnl. (UP)—Three ocean fishermen thought they were pulling up most of the ocean bed whon they lifted their anchor ter a fishing trip. ; It took the strength of all three to bring the anchor to the surface. Something of unusual weight 'inadc Ihc lifting difficult. ' When the anchor .tons clenr of the water, the men saw n small motor truck caught, on one of the points. The, truck was Identified thevllle to attend the party were her daughter, Mlu - Marguerite Pride, and Mrs. Roland Gre«ne. nnd other out of (own guesta were Mrs |j. S. Wahl of Caruthersvitle, Mo. Mrs. Hugh Hughey of Atlanta — was visiting her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lovewell In Osceola, Mrs Spencer McHenry of Clarksdale Miss., the guest of her parents In Luxora, and Meadames Joe Hires R. C. Lanuston, T. P. Hudsoni Elliott Williams, Elizabeth Siluman. Sue Brown, Jesse Brown, 8am Bowen, Russell Bowen, Chas. **U- Spann 'and Luxora 'and and to . n. H. Jones, has be concocted from It. So much for the culinary art! A cousin ol the apple, the quince may 6e cooked in almost any way :n which apples arc cooked. Its adoptability untl delicious flavor make It deserving of a high place i.mong our fruits. Plain canned quinces are excellent In winter fruit salads. They have a pleasant tang that combines well with other fruits and their firm texture prevents them from crushing and becoming mushy. As the last call for tall canning au'i lender and water is evaporated.' Wash lemons nnd remove.' seeds. Cut gln;er In pupjr thin sllveis. Add lemons, sugar and glider la quinces and cook until mixture is ' liilc!;. Pour into sterilized jelly iH'.Eses and cover v.ith two layen oi parafln?. There are also many (teir-a.ihl.' dPFserts usually associated wnh apples lhat nre ccjiiully i;:iod mini;: wrlli tiulnco.^. llakvd ijuJnce duiujj- ing;:, ijuince roly-ixily, (iiilni 1 -tarts, quince whip und Ir.kro ijulnccs aiv ii few seasonal i!i-s- ftrls. Quitiee v .aucc is mailr likL 1 pp!e Eiiuce and serves us the Joundation for many (li'sbcru. l'cmorrou j s Tili'iin BREAKFAST - Concord Ri;i;e.,, cereal. L-i'eaiu, bacon and loj'.v.i'.u tandwlehei, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON — naked Ef|iia^.i. Iclluce sandwiches, riiiiiice whip with custard sauce, milk. tea. niNNER — Planked blue pike. French fried -,\ioet potato; 1 :.. Mii 1 - cotash, mined vegetable i-akul, ciLince roly-poly, milk, cofl'co. . and Mra, B, H. Jones, hr,s gone ««« «">»« ^ Blue Mountain, Miss, where he cm P l i' s P a " 5 °" 1 attend school at Mississippi' Lpard shelves. short on your winter pru- vi-nder, It will pay to try some of s and fill up the the preserve cup- Ill Height* Academy. ,Mr. and Mrs. E, D. Rose spent le week-end hi Jonesboro visiting heir eon Douglas and daughter. Beatrice, who are attending school at Jonesboro A. & M. college. John Blnford white, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Godfrey While has gone o Little Rock where he will attend ligh >chool stopping with ills aunt, Mrs. Geo. Adams and Mr. Adams. Edward Teaford jr., h<us gone to Qulfport, Mls»., where he' will attend school at Gulf port Military Academy. Pruning Shears Saved Curious Kitten Quince honey is decidedly olcl- sshlqncrt. You will find many uses for It. Combined with cream cheese In sandwiches or served ilain with hot rolls or toast arc wo popular ways to use it, but u !ew spoonfuls added lo jellied fruit salads nnd desserts give an unusual and Intriguing flavor. Pare Quince Honey and core quinces. Grate Mrs. chas. E, Sullenger left Sat irday for a week's visit with Mr and Mrs, John Sullenger in Wlllo 1 Springs, Mo. . Osccola, mid M,.. and Mrs , Hugh Hughey and small daughter Sue Clay, of At- anta left Saturday returning to :helr home after a visit here with Mrs. Hughey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lovewell. O. R. Thomas jr., small son of NEW BRITAIN. Conn. (UP) — Curiosity didn't kill the cat In this Instance, though it probably Viould have but for the interest taken by Philip N. Merlan, city engineer, and George Muller, his resistant. The men were on nn Inspection tour when they saw a girl running along the walk, a kitten In her arms. The pet had shoved its head into a sardine can, and was unable to extricate itself. It was nearly suffocated when the cngl- veers cut the can away with a pruning shears. or put .through food chopper. Measure. To three cups of grated quince add 1 cup of water and cook until fruit is tender. Slowlj f.tir in four cups of granulated :,ufiiir and cook fifteen or U'ent: irlnutes longer. Pour into stcn Kzed jolly glnssca nnd cover wltn 1 aranne. Cover with u sec layer of paraflne when cold. Quircc Chips .Six ixnuuls quinces, 10 cup granulated sugar, 1-4 pound crys lalllzed ginger, 3 lemons. Pare and cut quinces in vcr: thin slices, removing core. Cove with water and cook until fruit Shivering with Chills Burning with Fever Sure Rtlief for Malaria! L'on't try homemade ircalmrnts or newfangled icmedies! Tiike Una {,iod old Grove's Tasteless Chill ronic. Soon you will bi* your- again, for Grove's Ta5t'jlf:;s Chill Tonic not only relieves the symptoms of , Malaria, but dc- Uroys the infection itscll. The tasteless quinine In drove's Tasteless Chill Tonic kills in:u J.ralaiinl infection in the blood while the iron it contains build; up the blood lo overcome Ux i ullects of the liisease and IinUt'y ;igaiiist furtiier Attack. The iwu- firlcl effect is absolutely necessary 'o the overconiiiis; of Miilnrla. De- sides beinjj a dependable uuiDtly ; for Malaria, Grovs's Tasteless Cinli Tonic is also an oxcelic-nt lu-.iic oi general use. Pleasant lo take and absolutely harmless. Safe In give children. Get a boltlj lo- day at any stoic. —Adv. '( STAIN LE Same formula-Same price. In original form. lln, Misses Elizabeth Orlona Hires, »11 of Miss Ethelyn Howard of Fayetlie- vllle. Ark., who Is the guest of Miss Anna Margaret Wood In Luxora. Immediately after the party the guests were invited to the Gem us one that- disappeared months Theater where they were entertain- before, . ' ' ' • ed by Miss Emma Cox at a preview — shoving of the first of a series of Ury, 4,. Driven Across Bqy m ms depicting the correct play ol PORTSMOUTH; 'R. i. IUP> — . . _ .. Without oars; four-year-old Sam- Kallgrcn of Wnlpo!c, Mass.. uel v\as driven across Mount Hope Buy in u lowboat during a heavy Morm. Washed ashore Riilcly, the juuth told his frnntln mother he hi^ sent Hurt kept to Metl Tonight The Dud Cason post of the American Legion will start its mem- terihip caiupalgn at the meeting tonlzht at the . armory. • Reports will be given of the membership conference at Little Bock 1 recenUy. when Blythcv-ll'e's quota was set at 210. .*. „*..!.• 1»»le Grere Cemetery The public Is invited to view the Maple Grove cemetery Tuesday af- tenwon when members of tire Mn- Ple Grove 'cemetery, association wll be hosteasis at 2:30 o'clock. .This public meeting -'-'-has been arranged so that those who have loved ones burled tn this cemetery may see the progress made by the association In caring for graves and lots. Hospital Notes I'alrents admitted to the Bly- licville hospital: Mrs. Curtis '^Inxco. Luxora; Tracy Hpnson, lly. Dismissed: Mrs. U. V .lylcs. city; Miss Jewel Ashabran- :cr, Manila. still". contract bridge hands by Mr. and Mrs. Ely Culbcrson, which the theater contemplates showing.^hefe.' Mrs. Gowan was presented a charming gurst favor when sjie was elucrlalncd with members of Mrs. Theodore Snecd's two table bridge club at Mrs, Snced's home where Mrs. A. W. Younp won high HEMORRHOIDS (Piles! cured without the krilr. Skin i-ancer, varicosrd veins, tonsils removed non-surgieally. DRS. XIES and NIKS OfTice 514 Main I'lionc OF THE TOBACCO PLANT Despite the . burial ground bcinc out of the 'lilty, thus nol atjracf- ing much attention from the general . public,- this group of women has kept the grounds in excellent condition and now have them ready for the winter.' : ' If it should rain. the meeting will be held on Tuesday afternoon of next' week at"?:36 o'clock. " • • • .:»-.-* t Snrftt"F.'T.--A; The Eum 'of K3.13 was netted frpr.i the tag'day sponsored by the Central Ward' Partrt-Teacher 'association Sattrrtlay.!' '•" '• ." -. 'This money'will be used for some worthy "project lo bt carried out In the ; winter'monthiVjort-. what the project !«•• to be -will .be" decided in a fBMetiBf Wednesday afternoon when several matters .will be; con- lOeM. - - C«»tip*tKm 6 Years, : ; Treble N»w\Gop« •'John • J. Davis had chronic' con- ctlpaUon . for .*U years. By using AdlerUt* he MOO got.rid, and. fee> like, a*, new'person. Adlerlka is .quick,ac.Un«-*i{e, Sold ia. Ely-. Seville 'by City-' Drug'-Store'. "••'.'.' - - } -Adv. J-«. . Dell and Viciititj/ Mr. and Mrs. L. C..pilis of Ekron visited ^tr. and Mrs. Cuuimm^s Wednesday evening. Earl Msecrs is oiil of town on business. LeRoy Berry has returned to-his home ut Jonesboro after a visit «'ilh his sister. Mrs. C. i\. Stuith. Miss Eula Skn^gs. who lins been viflting Mrs. Blllle Carlock. lin s returned to her home nt Dntto. Ark. J. N. Cresap has icturncd from v visit In Tcnncfsce. JCSS2 Carroll has been very ill for several days. • : = E. M.' Woodard attended the ginners meeting;?-'at McmpliLt'rnrlv this week. '.'j"yi' Mrs. Elmer/fTatc-has returned from a ftve.iyeeks visit with relatives in Tcnfteisce arjd Missouri. Mrs. Seyniore Is recovering Irom a serious illness. -{&/ tn& Rebuilding the, ( STYLE •We Use Factory ttirough montWy discomfort N'nw U Iht time lo ha« your felt hit cleaned and reshaped for lall. Cool, rrisp daji nill aeon be here and your old straw lint will be taboo. Return To SCHOOL Via ' Greyhound Lines Fastest, .- Shortest Safest • Cheapest .Call 600 II costs nn more'to'let us rebuild .vmir hat than it would cost you for an ordinary job nf cleaning and blocking . . . hut what a difference! Rebuilding puts new life, now .style and new service into a hat. Our. system if) identical with thai employed by hat manufacturer's. Nu-Wa Cleaners Phone 180 Because ... we use only fine center leaves, no stems, no stalks We actually discard 86 # of the tobacco plant. Because we use only the fine center leaves—no stem—no stalk. And each Lucky comes to you fully packed with ripe, mellow, choice tobaccos- round and firm—no loose ends. Is it any wonder that Luckies are always 10 mild —so smooth? ALWAYS/& ^finest tobaccos ^ AtWAYS the finest workmanship es please! . ?ift toasted." FOR BETTER TASTE-FOH THROAT PROTECTION'

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