The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1933 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 11, 1933
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II, BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEW, 1 ? PAGE THREE Wilder ness" Is Strange Tnlcrludn in O'Neill Career MICH LIGHTS Largest Building Seen in New View Several men. cited to appear in court In HIP drive lo iorco all vc- hic'.il on hljliways lo bear projwr Ights, weft- nn«l l>v Municipal ludije C. A, Cunningham. Although the hicn were ordered nlo COV.M. by I-Yancis Carpenter, '.late deputy revenue commissioner. llio caws were enured on the city l In accordance with an .agreement, lo avoid 'costs Involved in stale casYs. These fined were C. A. Glover. C. S. Button and li. Ulles. llic latter city traific violation ca;?. A charge of driving without projivr lights was docketed also against LonnEc Maxley. Bud Griffin, nearo, who said iie sold liquor because both Ills leas vicrc oil and he had no utlu-r way to make a living, was lined $50 fur Illegal possosKton. Pi'ank Sinfon. negro, was held to le £ttind jury under $500 bond fcr obbery. Eddie Keys, negro, was lined $15 j or petit larceny and .senlenwd to day in jail. Triul ol Joe Wallace. Di'll f:inu- on a charge of driving while itoxlciittti. was continued until >ct. 14.' Hearing for Bill Davis of Manila n a charge of conspiring to commit a felony was set for Tliurs- ly. One man was fined $10 for pubic drunkenness und cash bonds »s!ed by uvo others were forfeit- d when they failed to appear in ourt. 5ISTER MARYS KITCHEN And May There Bo, No Moaning of the Bar When I Put Out To Sea One of the few glanl skyscrapers o£ uptown New York, the 70-story HCA Building, world's (urges!, with respect to floor space. Is pictured in this striking photo from the newly completed Promenade between tile British Empire Ruild- ingaod La .Maison Francalae. The promenade, with its pool, fountain, yew bedses anil while Pino trees, gives a pioturearjuo touch to tho largen -uolt In Rockefeller Center. RUTH HOLDEN TEMI'TIXU IN "AH. WILDERNESS' . i bm, as the blushing recipient of ; his love notes, receives him back i hue her heart. It is a finely cast ! play, down to. and deservedly In! eluding, Ruth Holden in the role 01 temptress. • Mnybe O'Neill will return to . examinations of complexes ant . pathological '• obsessions and the \ft I ailfll'T ancl Scntl-' mourning that is so becoming to „, ' 'C ' 1 * Electra. Dut in 1 this strange but rneptal I eai'S OUDplant; welcome "interlude in his .career he I\,T L' 1 C 1 'i i has proven that he can write about SYlorbld dOlemmly. j normal folk with understanding i ' gentleness and mellow humor. BY PAUf. HARRISON j . 11Y SISTER MAHV .NEA Service Writer Although Ihe superstitions orig- nally avjociatod with "All Hallow" or "All Sainf-" day have dispelled. Hallowe'en l-ave developed into jolly parties'supper. at which all Lorts of pranks and I doer salad r.nd pumpkin pie and traditional games are plityrd and coffee. uiuch nonsensical fortune-telling \ Serve your supper or dinner at included. The witches and gob-1 sundown If posdble and have an lias, btock cats ancl other'mani-; open fire In '.he dining rooifi festations of Ihe evil spirits now | living room to w*rd otf witches provide a decorative background viles and black magic. If an for hilarious entertainment. "pen fire is out of Ihe Delicious and typical refresh- fill a shallow pan about two-thirds ments are as much a part of Ihe | lull of coarse salt. Pour over as nativities as the decorations, ancl | much- alcohol -as the salt will ab- stunts and games Inve . grown i a-ik. Li?ht and place in the ten- bmieti rabbit ure also appropriate bren i :i:eat.s lor complete dinners. Welsh 'celebrations larebll is a happy choice for a late iollv parties supper. Serve it with a jellied No Opposition lo Action Expressed Before Council Las! Night. Formal acceptanre of the DIs- irlct Three -rv.-er system wai voted Ijy' the city council last right, r[iil!iu>, a loaf, period In vhieh tin.- ciiMiii'i had remained nominally in Ivusl, In Ihc hands i.l the comniKsLuiiers. The i-ltecl u( the acceptance Is lo UQii.tfcr responsibility for main U-nancc of the system lo tin. illy, Icuvini; collection of luxe and InuidlliiK ol the district's II minces to l In- commissioners, Ls .stated. A.s ii mailer of fnc the city bus been btarlnii c.x i |' til maintaining (he syslu lor some time 1 . No opjKisitlou to acceptance the. system wus voiced ut last iuighl's Nil-fling. Dr. O. U. Phillips, j principal opponent of the district ' m previous eour.cil sessions, not being proem. Dr. Phillips hud charged Unit the system mis de- fi'Ctlve. leaked, and that aecept- I:IKT .vliimld In 1 wltlihi'ld until Us <;i-f3Cl.s WTH 1 corrected. Uy W. Crawford, attorney for Iho comii'.Ksioncis, (old the council Ihe.t notlu'nr could be gained )>y refusiil lo nrtepi the system. j Mirthcr. ihe district's itllorney I c'cchtreV non-acceptance of the vslfin hail creMed n couclilion ii'trlmciual to the district In that itiperty owners in (lie district eemt'd to be wider th? impre.v ion that until the city formally accepted they were under no obli- Uatious to pay taxes. The district !s Ihc city's ni-v.esl. having been umstri'icicd in 1031. Joe Miirtin. sanitary officer, was instructed lo null up outdoor tol- ;<;'.s in I be .scwei district to force :csuieiils to make 1 sewer Hiii 1 con- JH'C'.lon, us required by city ordin- riia 1 . Re-opening ol the toilets will lead lo prosecution, it wns rt a led. I-'inanciQl reports of all city liu- •ruveritc-nt districts are lK_-lng pre- for presrntEttlon lo thc ' llic shortest in recent years. Aside Ircim appointment of a committee :ct InveUtgdle a pro|KXMil to purchase the city wnler plant and acceptance ol the new fewer clls- Dcnton News I ersville Tuesday. .' Mrs. Luvonii Lester of Holland Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Skipper were s l>«il Sunday with Mrs., Alberta lite guc.sis Sunday of Mr. und Mrs.] sluyton. • Clinton Abbott of Armorel, Ark. ,iicl"und the routine business of: Sir. und Mrs. Frunk McClonii- IHEOFOHD^ ILACK-OHAUini (he council, such as hearing re- 'him s]>eni the week In Dccatur- ;;orts of departmental heads, no'vllle, Tenn., visiting relatives. • oilier business was traiiuictcd.j Eel Goodman of Clifton, Tetm.. ] Monthly bills were approved wllli- ! s;>c]it Sunday with Miss Corn t out Individual reading, having beeir Turnbo. j approved earlier by a special com- : Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Skipper. i.siltte. -made a business trip to Carutli-.i A Purely Vegetable Laxaliie tor the relict of Constipation NF,A Service Staff Correspondent ; XT / 11 i NEW YORK. -Aner aii these jNoro ( .luirclimen vpnrs of religiously mnlnlainecl ! solemnity, and morbid contcmpla- | ticn of unhappy people with nuit- | tinle natures ancl all sorts of. Freudian obsefiion. Euqene O'Neill i has ™ne completely Booth Tark- j " . " Many of the theater's customers : ' been shocked to see their : the ancieni. ."All ng traditions . Hallow" eve There is a large attendance from all parts of ihe district. Education and mission work are thc princi- 1 rial aims of the meeting. Sessions Hold Association ing in City movement, women's association, ushers association, and general association began 13lh annual ses- ciiuircst playwright, doff his tragic. sjmi yesterday at Pilgrim's Rest nusk. And some of them insist on; N - c?vo ' uaptist church Ash ar.d reading into his new work a grrai m , nll streets. The Rev. William deal more significance than lie Orccn ^ th( , ]105l (laslor . -n^ Rcv . n obahly intended. Actuallv. Mr. E Westmoreland of Blytheville is O'N'iell has written a simple and: n'oderator :i "little" play. That it is tender 1 "•!lli soft laughter and sentimenlal tr^rs. and gay with a sympathetic portrayal of young love and Am- rvican fatnilv life, does not add to c;Jl "the ciceii rhythms of life." The title. "Ah. Wilderness." fcunded pretentious enough, but lurned out lo have stemmed from ih" Rubiiyal. which together with oilier lush poetry was spouted by n mnon-.slruck youngster in (he li'.st stages of adolescence. He gets himself into trouble by writing, naming hits from Oscar Wilde to hi= sweetheart. And when she dis- r!ii r £es him with a note' eti by her father, he launches on n benclci that involves slow gin fiwcs nnd a painted lady. The latter is safely repulsed, but the boy's . rase is a serious one when he ~ r eaves back into the bosom of his diftrauslit family. '• Some of this, you'll fay. is not precisely in the manner of Tark- • Jnclon. But Ihc underlying cur- j lenl is jujt Ihnt—a study of n boy at a difficult and rebellious nee cdinstin? himself to i-ealities with llic deft and tolerant aid of a kindly father. cut of if the feast. • . A -"ghost supjier" i.s lots of full rmd decidedly hpropros for Hal- iowe'en. The lollowing menu is seasonal and colorful: Ghoii Supper Cream of L'quash 'Soup Toasted Crackers Shades of'Chicken Spools Salad ' Cheese Cups Jack o' Lantern Ice Cream Sofltlisayer's PtirTballs • Witches Brew tCoffec) A stewing chicken is combined •vith oysters and mushrooms and :eived in cream . v auce on modr.ds of cooked rice. Cook chicken in water lo cover until tender before combining with other materials in i the sauce. Eg " ' : " ! ler ol a squarj of asbe-slo... Tomorrow's Meru BREAKFAST — Chilled grape ji'icc, cereal, cream; codfish and parsnip hash, toasted corn inuf- j Tins. milk, colfee. j LUNCHEON -- Okra and'lomalo ! flaw, Mclba toast, hearts of «l! cry, apple dumplings, milk, tea. DINNER — Flounder in parsley fauce. jiotato rnarble.5, .buttered spimich. beet -and egg salad, quince Bavarian, milk, coffee. Roseland Na'ws Adrian Church Ls 111. Mr. and Mrs. Has King have moved here from Poplar Corner. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hardln ar.d yolks can be stir-1 children of Dell visited in the ing if a yellow color scheme U being carried out. Serve ihe salnd in small yellow .•sweet peppers. Apples, celery, v.-hilc grapes and mils combined 'vith mayonnaise make a gocd snl- Ulytheville by Atty. Oscar Fendler, who spoke as Ihc representative ol Mayor Cecil Shane. Welcomes were also delivered in behalf of Pilgrin Rest church and the oilier churches of the city. D. H. Watson of l.uxora responded. Dismantles House The former J. L. Thompson home on West Main street next to Bell's Pharmacy is being dismantled by the owner. L. L. Ward. He plans to n?.c thc lumber in the building of several small houses on his farm. At present he will not erect another building on the lot. | [: Read Courier News Want Ads. red into the sauce just before serv- j home, of Mr .and Mrs. Roy Goodman Sunday. Misses Gladys and Clara Mcln- tyre shopped in Blytheville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rector. Mr and Mis. Bucey Owen. A Thelma Johnston and Buster and Carl Johnson attended the show in Blythevillc Sunday afternoon. Henry Alley is seriously 111 with '. dropsy. I Mrs. Charles Rose and small fan. ! Charles Nic, of Osceola. were here short lime Monday. Scoop out oranges and cut Jack •j' Lantern fac;s in the sheeLs. Fill vith clioroliile ice. cream. I'ortunc.s With Dessert TII make Ihe yooihsaycr's puff-' ;:il!s. field cipsules containing i !or[uii:S" lo -my good cake bat- j .or ancl bake in cup cakes. Be; Mire each cake contains u capsule, j Use the largest size cnpsuk',: mown as "double O." Write thc; lortunes on slips of thin paper and i lold to fit In capsules. Uaked ham is always a favorite i :cr Hallowe'en feasts. Roast goose with sauerkraut stuffing and bnr- i f r i ac - lOc • 15c BORUM'S Get Rid of Malaria! The story of "Ah. Wilderness" Is • l'ial of the lioy. but the father is t\ lrt jjf c nil r| jiibstancc of the play, j ft Is George M. Cohan whose name , D . , ^,1 .« j K ii-, in lights on the marquee of! Banian l.nil« ««a the Theater Guild's house reco?- , cr Ma , ar:i , you must do union never accorded by that or-j th'nis <1> Dc'-troy the In- e»ni7.a«on tci any other performer., ' • ;-• b!ccd . " , 2) Bunii up And u ,s George N. Cohan who ^;™ 100 , to ' OVM . comc the eaecls rounding out His fortieth year in! Cir "« s Tns e '^ P hl " T " nle . T , hc connection with Ihe stage, por- f.'.'c!ess milnliie hi Groves rastc- trays the father with all the Co-!"»<*«,• Tonic destroys the — ban capacity for effortless artistry.!]? 1 '" 1 ! r ''. pc ;!° n „"• So unobtrusively dominating Ls he " ~ of the whole family scene that sometimes it seems he must have written the play himself. And he doubtless wishes he had. ilPJi] M J: Both Old and New Subscribers May Get liberty THE GREAT AMERICAN Here's How WITH WOMAN'S . WORLD 1 YEAR EACH You simply order the Courier News and both magazines delivered (o your home for twelve months—or, if you are lucky enough to already be one nf our readers, simply authorise us to continue delivery of the Courier News for another 12 months in combination with the matr.izines. For the 2 magazines and the Courier News you pay 60 cents down and (if) cents ;i month lo the carrier Ixiy for 12 months. Simple, isn't it? Here's What You Get itnmnunil 13 di thc iron i>ullds up the blood. 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