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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 4, 1933
Page 2
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f AGE TW.O BLYTOEV1LLB, (ARK,) COUB1ER MEWS WEDN12SDAY, OCTOIJKR SocjtfCalendar THURSDAYS EVENTS Mrs. W. '.T, Oberst enlerlalnins Thursday Rock club. . Church of Christ Bible study, Mrs. Buf«rd MuUn hostess, 2:30 p.m. i Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. Q. G. CaudUl, hostess. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Ladies Bible class, First Mclh odist church, Mrs. Frank .Webb hostess, 7:30 p.m. This Hat Has Its Points and CouAly Home ntmoiutralion (irolp Hai A MMllnr Htrr The Blythevillc Woman's club nas decorated wllh auluimi flowers for the meeting Ihe Misslsslpp County Council of Home Demon- ! stratlo'n clubs Saturday *heh Ihe Lone Oak clnb »'as hostess. Mrs. Walter Wood of Luxcra, prfsident, presided In Ihe all day session. Delegalcs from len communities, Nodena, Dogwood, New Liberty, Luxora, Uachvllle. Dell, Perry Carml. Promised Land and Lone Oak. attended. Reports from the slate council and Camp Pike rest camp . were given by Mrs. D. Garrctl, Mrs. J. H. Perry, Mrs. J. W. Field Mrs. Wood. Mrs. Wood ottered a prize for the best story written aboul the couty camp. Mrs. Worthy God- ivin's sloty w&S vol«d best «H1> Mrs. Lynth, of NodenB. and Mrs B. P. Ja'trett.- tytnfe for second honors. The prize was material lor a print drcis, • The group voled lo write E H Cosner, Marmaduke, Greene county, a of congralnltillpus for having been elected president of the state council, n vote o[ thanks to the Lilly Thread company for silts, and to have a Hal- lore'eii party al, Harris' park, committee of -each president was appointed to plan l"e "34 year boolcl "^ ' l * ^ Luncheon was prepared ana served by Ihe home demonstration club of lone Oatt. in the afternoon songs ano stunts from dlflercnl chibs cnlcr- tained the wonien. • Bits oj Nttii Mostly Personal Mrs. Robcrl Lane and Miss Marie Craig of Detroit. Mich., have arrived to sj>cnd four weeks with their mother, Mrs. A. C. Gable. Malt Monsghon jr.. Is attending to business in Memphis today; J. l/OLils cherry has returned from New Orleans where he attended a convention of th« Nv. York Life Insurance company. Mrs. Franklin Wilbouin of Par- Ijoulrt Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs Harry IClrby loday. ' Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Ganske have fls Uiclr B""ts today Mines. Pcro House, J. M. Lowe, Belle Wall and Guy Adams of Paragoultl. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson let today by motor for Richmond, Va where lliey will visit, their daugh ler, Mrs. Robert Smurt, who Is quit ill. Her condition is improved lo day. Mrs. F. E. Burnette and Mis Halllc Wilcoxson, formerly of her and now of Parajjould, were in th city today. Hayti Society — Personal Bid by Opponents Makes Slam Contract Difficult Gosne'JI ttaptisis Organize Cliuivh ten In Memphis lor tile past week cceivlng medical treatment. They rou&ht him home, but Mrs. Jaf- :e aiKl BOH remained for a long- r visit wllh her husband. Guy WatWns was taken to the aplist hciipllal In Memphis Frl- ay for medical Ireatment. He was aken In Ray's ambulance, driven y Jack Keltey. He Is improving. Luxora Society — Personal T«I»y'« Contract Problem IIOW would you, sitting " W«»t, defend this h»ndt North In playing it *t thr«« no trump. KMt op*ns with • low club and W«»l tikes it with the »c«. He returns & club to North'i king. North leads a low diamond to the ace In dummy and return^ the lack of dlamondt. Would you, as Weal, cover the Jack? North: *Q» 4 »9 2 • K9S432 *K3 Easl: *K 17 6 2 A. C, Jitw MissJpr, Study. the first Icison In llic new mission book "Medical Missions" ww given Ihe members of tlic Wonv an's Missionary union of the First Baptist church by Mrs, W. M. Williams Monday afternoon In a mset- Inp at Inc-.chxrreh. For thc."iSeybtlbnRl : Mrs. Elaylock ' Had*. f«*m>- . pEalnis anrt fipofcc-'on the . two themes "The Lord ns a Keeper and "The Lord as a Teacher 1 . Plans were made tor the wardrobe to be Given to llic orphan girl being 'aided by this group. Sandwiches and cotlcc we« served by Ihe hostesses. Mines Tom \V. Jackson, ' R. L. Uccder Raymond Sclimuck and S. I 1 Lee. There was one. guest, Mrs. J K Livingston. Club Rtsiunes 1 Parties. The Young Matrons I! ml e cl» rtoy. of the icrc; villc Grovn- circuit. Luxom and Dell. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. McDonald and daughter. Ida Clco. and son, Scot- lie accompanied by Miss Hatlle Lois Randolph, spent Sunday in Jonesboro. as the Buests of Mrs. J. L. Bud, the mother of Mrs. McDonald. diaries Edgar Duncan and Clifford Dudley of Cnruthersvlllc left Sunday • for Memphis where they will enter the University of Tennessee for the winter tenn. ! Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hill of -Illmo were here Sunday visiting their ^lau'Rhter, Miss Margaret Hill, who | brongh. an-1 U a teacher in tlic local schools. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stanfill of i Memphis were the guests of the • I former's mother, Mrs. bin Stanfill — • | and daughters, over the weekend. Uikc Street church I of some description with good of- | Geoflrey Johnson, who lias been Suthcrfic-Ul, Blylhc-! feel. I 1 " 1 ^f^ h ™? 1 ™ al sl - Lollls ' Celery Lwf . returned Iromc Monday Two cups chopped cooked. eel- Mrs. Mallic A. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dycus, Mr. and Mrs. C. Williams, Mrs. House, Misses Mary Williams, and Martha Sue Smith. Lucille Snend and Messrs. Paul Williams and Bobble Nelson of Memphis attended the wedding of Miss Florls Denton and Roy E. Wllllalns which look place here Sunday. Mrs. L. L. McDeaiman has returned home nfter spending several (toys In Halls. Tenn. Mrs. J. N. Hunt is spneding «' few dnys with her mother in Tupelo, Miss. Mrs. Alvln Wunderllch spent Monday In Memphis. Mr. mid Mrs. J. W. Seaton and daughter, Pauline, left Monday for Memphis where they are to make their home. The Jolldwlnp attended the Baptist District Association meeting at Keiser Tuesday: Dr. R. A. Kim- irough, W. F. Frnzier, Mrs. Enid Lnndrum and Mrs. Walter Wood \V. F. Frazler will remain .In Kci- scr until Ihe close of the meeting tonight. Or. Klmbrough returnee lo Reiser today and will attend the remainder of the meeting. The Baptist W. M. U. met Tuesday to hold the annual election of officers. The following were elected: president. Mrs. B. O. Wilkins; South: A A 3 V A J iuB.6 4 A J 7 * 10 5 '> West- 410*6 V B 3 » Q 10S6 +A964 Solution in nest l»iue. 4 V K 3 7 G 5 4. « QJ 72 Solution to Previous Contract Problem . . . . vice-president, Mrs. T. F. Hudson; treasurer and. iccordlng secretary, Mrs. C. B. Wood, and corresponding secretary. Mrs. R. A. Kliu- A doggy llltlc (all sports lint of wire hull- Its which come together at the penk of A Uml of Minlc and mcliil mills luis four perl »•• | • fascinating crown, j n finish. ami J. R. Nelson, MARY'S KlTCHESl 'cry, 2 cups coarse stale bread I crumbs, 1 cup chopped nut njeats, la tablcs]Kx>ns butler, 1-2 teaspoon I returned Ironic Monday afternoon. Cecil Blair of Caruthcrsville is here working in the meat deparl- UV SISTKll M.VKY NEA Service Writer Although celery is primarily n raw foot! and of definite vcilue In this week resumed its weekly bridge games on Tuesday afternoon.. Mrs. Lloyd. Slickim9n is a new member. Mrs. Doyle' Henderson was hostess to tlic group yesterday. In the card games Mrs. Murray Smart won ^vantage" the prlic; i. set. A frown fruit salad was served with nut.bread sandwiches, olives and coffee. * ~ • Eastern .SUr . Chapter. Has » Special ^Program. A number of visitors added interest-to the meeting of the Easl. ern Star chapter last evening. Tnii special program was in the form of a homecoming for members cl this order residing here \vho arc not affiliated with the local chapter. •Robert Blaylock. l:cad of the local Masons, "and Mrs. E. R. Bogan of Luxora, district grand deputy lecturer, gave ddrcsscs and Mr. Bogan paid tribute to the local group Others taking part were R. N. Hill Jr.. and Mrs. Sterling Wood who played piano selections and Miss Martha Chambers who read. Dr. C. F. Tucker, grand assistant patron 'of the stale, and J. H Robinson of Monetlc, and Mrs Donald Fletcher of Joiner ucrc other' out of town guests. Refreshments were served. 'salt, 1-1 teaspoon white pepper, i l-'J cup hot milk. ! Cook celery as dry us I lolling water cook away. Add all ' ingredients and pack into a well- buttered, brick-shaped pan. Bake one hour in n moderate oven, bast- ! Ini; severul limes with two cxlru i tiiblc.spoons butter molted in 1-2 cup boiling water. Unmolil and serve wllh hoi tomato sauce or medium thick white eauce. Garnish with sprigs of parsley. Touuirrinv's Mrnu HREAKFAST: Orange juice, cc- crcain, ment of the West Side Grocery, ' Ralph Pickens of Cnpe Glrarrteau. who 1-ns been here visittni? friends Ihls slate, it also has p=ssibililics j rca , cookK , ttitu _ as an excellent coo,:ed vegetable. toasli bl . 0 ,, Kl b!H , oll> ,,,„,._ co[Tee Those wide outer stalks oi every head of celery that seem loo coarse to use as raw foods can be served in various cooked dishes to good Cream of celery soup is ing for luncheon or dinner. I.UNCHKON: Celery loaf with tomalo sauce, Boston brown bread, baked pears wllh whipped cream, ginger cookies, milk, ten. DINNER: Stuffed pork chops. . bnkcd macaroni and celery, tomato cel " i and cucumber salad, peach custard j pudding, milk, colfce. cry slicks arc a frlllcr-likc concoc- |nld(i | ngi mllk tlon thai will apical when me! meat course is light. Creamed : ITA n -1C II J celery on (oast with crisp broiled 13U rllpllS enrolled bacon or.grilled tomatoes Is acceptable for breakfast or luncheon. in Burdette District | for the past week, relumed home possib:e. j Monday evening. J. H. Wesler of Cairo, 111., spent lust week here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Drcwy Sanders. Judge and Mrs. J. E. Duncan! and Mrs. Joe Jaffce and son motored lo Memphis after ll:c formers' son, Ralph Hugh, who had Stop Chills and Fever'. Rid Yoar Syitem of Malaria! Shivering with chills one moment i nmi burning wi;h fever the next I—that's cue of t'nc effects of Ma- n. Unless checked, the disease will do serious harm to your heal- 'h Malaria, 11 bluod infection ?alls for two things. First, dc- CeEcry In satico is a good combination. The English make a scalloped-fish of celery, a li'.tlc on- on, macaroni and white sauce thai s pictiMtnt and unusual. Tresc is a celery loaf made uilh celery. nul?> and bread crumbs that is novel and delicious. In order not to break the rules of meal planning and rciKat llav- ors, do not serve a cooked celery dish In Ihe same mcnl in which celery Is used as a relish or in the p the blood lo overcome .the effects of llic disease to fortify against further »t- t:itk. Grove's . Tasteless Chill Tonii supplier bolh thc^e effects, it con- tnius tns'clcss qv.lnhic, which kill: I'jic Infection in the blood, aiv noli, which enrcihes and buitds up ilj," 1 blood. Chills and fever s Business Wcmen Hear VtaHar • H?tak. Miss Elizabeth Burba nk. of Bur- tank. CaU adireoEed the Busincs: and ^Professional Women's club Monday evening. She spoke on "Women '.In Business." In ' addition to club member; Mmes. .Howard Proctor. J, H. El- kjrts and- James B. Clark and Miss Hartxr,' of r Holland, were guests. In a business session plans were announced for - this year's sludj Trtilch'ls-U^bb on art and the contributions 'of various countries Miss :Velda _Adccck Is to be in charge of : the study on each fourtl M6n<Uy evening of (he ; month. . ' ' ' * • - * • Haw ' salad. Green Celery for Cnokine While care should be taken lhal celery wanted for cooking should be crisp, there is no objection t:> cooklnp Ir.c preen unbleached stalks. These .tmijlcnchcd blades arc usually discarded by paillcu- lar l-.ouscwlvcs. but now science tells us that the green pieces art richer in vitamins than (lie carefully bleached blades. The leaves of celery arc -as sat- sfactory for flavoring scups and sauces as the stalks Carefully washed and coarsely cho;:p:;i. ;h?y mpart- a strong celery flavor. If these suggcsticn-, arc kjp'. in The school* of the IturdcUc dls-1 11 let have opened for this ycur; with -ISO suirtcntR enrolled. Of tliis ! number 100 are in junior high cchoul at the TiurdeUe school. Oilier schools in the dlBlrict ore Hlghtowcr. New Liberty. Shady LLIP.C and Dogwood Hidgc. Tcachcis are: Burdcltc.— Hayes Sullivan Jr.. Omer Patton. Mlss' st >" antl >'°" nrc r «torc<i Emily Tompkins. Miss Rosa Pierce, h '- alth a " d comfort. For h.ilf n . and Miss Linn Beth Broach. New. century, drove's Tasteless CWll Liberty—Miss Delhi] Mike and Miss : Tonic hnfi bcc " slirc rtll ef {or Edna Deen. Doawood Ridge—ML<s' Malaria. It Is'jusl as useful, loo. Marguerite Matthews and Mrs. Ar- as a general for old and rcua Ode Matthews. Shady Lnno yoisng. Pleasant lo take and .ibso- — Miss Huth Ivy. Hlghtowcr- -Miss hifly harmless. Safe to give chll Elliclyu Howard. L. H. Autry is BY WM. E. McKKNNEY Secretary, American Bridge League. It Is generally difficult enough] to arrive at a grand slam contract, j but when each partner's hand con-, tains a suit with 100 honors and Ihe opponents Interpose a bid, the correct bidding becomes even more difficult. Such was the case in the preceding problem hand, reprinted here, which I have selected from the National Individual Masters Tournament recently completed in New York. | Tbe Bidding l Very tew players were successful in arriving at the correct con- [ tract of seven spades. The proper bidding on the hand would be as follows: South pass: West one spade; North pass, and East should bid two clubs. The hand is not strong enough to make a forcing overcall of three clubs. The safer bid, I believe, is two clubs. South, not being vulnerable, now puts in a two heart bid. West makes a free overcall of two spades. This Is a highly constructive bid. and now East is justified in jumping to four clubs to show that his club suit is solid and that he wants the bidding continued. South will pass and West should The Uaptibt church at uhich has net been fm since lOHO. has been :xo: The Rev. J. L. Ncwsom. ijcniVr n[ the Second liaptist cltun-h iji-n 1 . Is lo preach there on I'ach funul; Sunday, morning and ninht. Of the members only time v.rrc loft ill that community. To ;iils number have been iiriiled !•; who u'ccnmc affiliated in sin t-v:unfli:;- i tic meeting conducted by the Rev. • Mr. Ncv-'som. who baptized tlu-m ! here Sunday. I Plans aio afoot lo dJsuKinUf tii-j '. old church building and Lo in- i Imlld it in Ihc near future. I'cir Ihc bid four spiiilcs. East's next bid I present services will be held in the si'.ould he five hearts. Not only docs i school. j this show support for apades. Ijut' Miss Kalhcrinn Klrkindull v:a-, lln addition it shows comrol of the! chosen its :i messenger lo svprc- ] first roun dot hcails. West should • suit this new church at Ihe mi'"l- 1 tlicn bid six clubs and East will ing of the Mississippi County li:<p- bid six spacers. i list ji^ocialion ut Keiser TueacUiy West, knowing (hat his partner, and today. has control of the hearts and a long '. solid club suit, can safely go lo Lone Oak P. T. A. Meets seven spades. ! Even though North Inlils four j There will be ;i "Home Co::inii!" I spades to Ihe nine, the hand is a • a ., (\ K i_ 0 ne Oak Baptist chmv'.i - spread for .sevon odd. i Sunday wil h an all day [irugKiiii. i (Copyright. 1933, NBA Service. Inc) | of tvc sermons, .singing and .il • dinner lo be served HI noou. ! The Rev. w. Walters, uf Hall , Moon, and ihc Rev. J. H. Mu'.in' jn« of Mimiln. will prench .itid Admitted to the Blylhcvilli! j ",,° re wi n i w srw .-ial son" coiviics hospital: Miss Helen Snydcr. Ar-, .J,' cadl of ,i,c'sermuns. ° morel; L. w. Key. Route 2; nis-1 Al vhc 1]oon hom . ,j lev(j w -,n |,t. missed Mrs. E. G. Stevenson. Hoi- . . u u 0[ all ,j, em b e r s of thu land. Mo.. Miss Opal Hassell, Ar-1........... Hospital Notes morel. I 20 "Floating Hotels" Took Guests to Sweden STOCKHOLM < UP)— More (ban 20 "floating 1'Olcls," large tourist j tiruners carung sevcial thou-', and pa.ssenseio and repicscnliiiE; ! Wedding Ring Saved Bride's Father's Life (UP '-.•en different loinitries. visited Siockholm tlv.5 summer. > The "Vetike of the North tccmt to exercise an increasing :!itraclion on foreign tourists and;}" ill's year the comparatively RUSSELLV1LLE. Ark. .rs. A. .1. Wcfci> owns a weddins ng made from a gold coin t!ul i saved U'.e life of her fat'rcr. a C-ii- fedei;ite veteran. The coin, carried i" the saWier's .'pocket, dfllectcd a bullet. Af'.er tho war, the vet'.'ran made tliu viii'5 far his wife, and it later \vc = givv:i to * . j the daughter for her marruvii 1 . cxchai'p'c of (he SweilLsli j helped to stimulate the j inic of Kt-ona tourist iraflic The two large congresses, the M r or!d Power Conference and Congress of Art Historians, a;;raclcd numerous visitors. Read Courier News 'Wanl FOR CONSTIPATION For refreshing relief from consti- l' lc i pation. take purely vcgctableThed- silso j lord's Black-Draught. The go;:d lo ! does has made it the most popv.lar i laxative of its kind. And it. co«5 Ads. less than others—only !(.' a dose. 1 '" TCFYOTW Both Old and New Subscribers May Get superintendent. Got a bottle -.« any !-; —Adv. mind -you. will find that your nri-^i- ; nal purchase answers ,1 i^o-fc|d' nirposr and l^al a cloliclous. hc;ir- ; ty"vc3Clab!c develops from Ihc usu- ' al waste included In a bunch of : celery. Game, fowl, pork and b:cf cani be .acccmixinicd by cooked crlery 30O ROOMS FIREPROOF 1'or . Officers and '..tcJclKri of Sunda scixwls' In.-Meth6dlst churches Blytlievlllc and-', surrounding com munUlisVatteh'dcd the Christia Education ^Institute at, the First church rVere,lasl ..evening.'. The "Rev. Sam B. Wiggins of Joowboro, presiding elder, and Otenri Sanrordrot Little Rock, cx- terulon' secretary ot North Arkan«s,'.. .conducted .the. institute. They wcri 1 guests' of trie Rev. and • Un.'F.'.Q. Rorle while In the city. .. VWtoj pastor* vert: W. J. Le- fireyhouad lines H.ilcs and Time Schedules Transcontinental mi (I Inc. West-! 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