The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1933 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 30, 1933
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PAGE two BLYTHEVILLE; <ARBD COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, loss .Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Junior High Hallowe'en carnival, Armory, 7:30 P. M. Young Matrons Bridge club, Mrs. Max B. Ifcld, hosless. Sudbury ssho.-!l Hallowe'en rarnl- val, at srhool, 7:30 P. M. Tdesday Contrart rlub, Mrs. Cluster R Babdohk, hostess. 'WEDNESDAYS EVENTS Current Events rlub, Mrs. Fsrns- vorlh Black hostess, 7:30 P. M. ' Antique display First Presbyterian church,-social room, In afternoon, followed by walfle sifpiwr ind program.' Executive board Sudbury I'. T. A. meeting, 2:30 p.m. regular meeting, 3 p.m. Delphian Fine Arts club, Hotel Noble, 9:30 A. M. THURSDAY'S I'.VF.NTS Thursday Luiuhcon club, Mrs. J. A. Leech, lioness. Mrs. Cecil Ermne having Mid- Week Bridge club. . Thursday Contract cluu, Mrs faker Wilton, hostess. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Benefit Bridge and Rook party Woman's club. 2iM P. M. Minrani! Oysters Wrapped in Bacon liar-Webb Miss Margaret Webb, formerly of this city and now of Memphis, and Mr. John Milton Hay, of Memphis, were married Saturday noon at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Jesse H. Webb In Memphis. The Rev J. B. Mitchell, pastor of St. John's Methodist church, read the service attended by members ot the famlllM and a small gathering of friends. The bride was gowned in an heirloom model ot Duchess lace over white taffeta which was fashioned with a train with a square neck line and elbow length sleeves. She wore n lace veil and carried a bouquet of calla lllllcs. Mrs. Hay, who made her debut In Memphis five years ago. attended Ward-Bclmont college at Nashville. Tenn., and Gunston Hall In Washington, D. C. Recently she has been connected with a Mem- oj Mostly Personal rn, Billy, .spent llie wr-ek-cml ill •;ipc rjlranleau, Mo., with rela- ties of Mrs. Slovall. Howard Proctor is in Equality, II., for a brief visit. Mkses Minnie Matthews and V'elt Harris will B<> l ° Memphis onlght to attend a permanent wave demonstration at thc Holel •'cabody. Misses Annie Maude McCorvey, Frances Miller and Nell Harris spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen and daughter, who have been in Equality. III., lor the summer, have returned here for the winter. UHle ]tlR« In blankets— a in luxe way to servo oysters. With oysters so plentiful thUi soason. it's a good Idea for the housewife to have a few oyster recipes on hand. Raw oysters arc the easiest, to s;rxe. On the. half, shell, with a cocktail sauce, they certainly start arc perfect lor lhc one Iwl dish of an informal buflet supper but can be used for dinner or luncheon. You will need 24 large oysters, 24 very thin slices of bacon, parsley |iid salt and penner. phis department store. The bridegroom is connected with thc Southwestern Bell Telephone company at Memphis where he and his bride will make their home. * * + Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bennett Are Given Farewell Affairs Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bennett, who will leave . tammmim i li; -Jartlctl, Tenn.. where they arc lo make their home, have been guests of honor at a number of Interesting social affairs prior to their departure. Mr. Bennett, who came here three years ago when he established Bennett's Dairy, will be manager of a Kllnkc farm. While here he and Mrs. Bennett have been popular members of church and social circles. Mrs. Loy Welch had a bridge party for Mrs. Bennett Friday evening when she entertained eight of her most intimate friends. Thc Hallowe'en motif was used In the refreshments of a fruit salad course and roses predominated In the flowers used. Miss Winnie Virgl! Turner won the first prize cards, Mrs. Rolnnd Grwn recelv- M thc cut prize handkerchiefs, nut Mrs. Bennett was presented flngc tip towels. Two tables of ladles were enter talncd at (he home of Mrs. H. A Taylor Saturday afternoon who Mrs. Roland Green was also host ess. High score prizes, handker chiefs, went to Mrs. Harry \\ Hatncs and Mrs. R. L. Bradley, an< Mrs. Bennett was presented a gi from each hostess, an Italian vai ity set and a pyrex dish. A sala plate was served. Mrs. Edwin Robinson had a luncheon today which was attended by six ladles who enjoyed ia three course menu. This afternoon members of this party were guests of Mrs. L. H. Moore lor a matinee party. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett were din- int.u uu ugiu. Simply pry o;»u Hie shells, rtls- arrilng the top side, and arrange ve or six on each platu with a mall dish of cocktail stiucc In the enter. Clilll the oysters and serve >n a bed of cracked ice. Tlie cccktafl sauce Is also easy o prepare. Add ground horsc- adlsh, chopped pickle and a dash il tobasco sauce, to thick chili sauce, stir the mixture and leave t In the icebox until you me readj o serve the oyster course, catsui will do it you don't happen to have chill sauce., . V ' ' • A • • ..'IjllUe-.Iilgfe hublankcUr. .oilier wise" known as oyster bundles, 'ar oysters on a dc luxe scale. They pepper. Wrap one oyster in each 'iilco o! bacon and fasten with a ootnpick. Heat a frying pan and 3iit In the oysters. Cook on one side and then on the other just .cng enough to crisp the bacon. •While the oysters arc cooking, mr.kc some fresh, hot toast. Cut the slices of toast into quarters mid place one oyster on each small slice of toast. Garnish with parsley nut! serve Immediately. * If you want to serve some sort ul a EISUCC with the oyster bundles, you- might try a regular tartar s?uqc. It's easy lo make. Just bdd chopped, pickle relish and a Icvi drops of lemon Juice to mayonnaise Let cnch guest help himself to the Tiike one pint of oj blcsixxms of butter, 6 of flour, 1 pint of rlc some suit and pcpl>«r. oysters In their own the edges curl. Make a with the butter, flour a then put the oysters It seasoning Just ,b:fore j to serve the stew. Fried oysters is a especially with men. pie of raw eggs uri frotby and dip the r them. Then roll tl cither cracker cvubs bread crumbs, put the ter in a frying pan brown on both sides. Harry Jones, of Paragould. was thc guest of his skier. Mrs. Floyd White, and family, Friday evening Mrs. f-'rcd Brown, of Caruth- crsvllle, Is the guest of Mrs. Brownie Wilson-Story. Mrs. Harriet Clark Hanlcy, U2 of Minneapolis, Minn., who ha: visited here us the guest of Mr and Mrs. James B. Clark, Is In n critical condition at a Minneapo lls hospital from Injuries rccclve< when struck by a hlt-and-rui driver. Mis. C. C. Henderson, of Jack- soil, Tetm., is the houseguest of ]jci son. Doyle Mer-derson, and Ir.nilly this week. Mr. and Mrs. li. F. Wilson, ot R'plcy, Tenn.. are here for two days looking iii'tcr their business Infcrcsbi. Miss Blfle Moore will spend several days this week in Memphis ns the guest of. Miss Christine MoGaughey while consulting her physician. George Smith, accompanied by Ills mother. Mrs. J. P. Smith, and h'.« sisters. Misses Eula and .Jacqueline Smith, spent yesterday' Memphis. J. J. Daly is In Lilt!? Rock for n few days attending the J. C. Penney convention. He plnus to return Wednesday or Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Clark had as their gccsts for the weekend Mrs. Arthur L. Oliver, of Creamed oysters or oyster .stewI cnnithcrsvillc. They accompanied is a favorite American dish. Jl may I Mrs. Oliver home Sunday for thc constitute the main course of a (uncial ol Earl Long, luncheon or Sunday night supper Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Marks, ol or be served as the soup course St. Paul, Minn., who have wllh a dinner. | visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dan Orrcl a few days, have gone uphls. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford M. Noble Heat thc \ of Jonesboro, Accompanied by Mr <'oblc's cousin, Clyde E. Noble, i>rookhavenj Miss., returned Duiim; April, 19J.i. nc-arlj 2,000,0110 cattle were on >hc v.ail- :ne lists In 23 stales to be tested Farmers' 70 Market Houses HARIUSIiUUa, Piv (UP) — 'ennsjlvania has 10 market houses, scattered throng hall sections of the late, where farmers bring their iroduct at regular intervals to be offered fo rsale. Church Meinbcrs>t;p Up ST. LOUIS (Ul 1 ) —Membership of the Methodist Churches hi Mte- sourl increased 6,451 during the tuberculin. Strengthened By Cardut Did you know tliat CAUDUI has helped thousands ot women to overcome monthly suffering? II you feel badly at monthly times, try taking CARDUI for relief. Harmless. Sold at drug stores, >asl year. It was announced at a ecent annual conference of church caders here. phcst Colds W^ .... Best treated ^^ without "dosing" G. G. Caudill General Insurance IOC N. Broadway Phone 197 sauce. Mr. and Mrs W. H. Stovnll on WHAT FOOLS WE'VE BEEN ! 6UT WE'RE NOT GOING TO LOSE OUT ANYMORE! LETS NOT PUT OFF GETTING THAT NEW DODGE ANOTHER DAY LOOK! THAT DRESS IS M5... NOT LONG AGO I COULD HAVE BOUGHT IT FOR A LOT LESS. Cet'*ib«U«D»ater1oday and ask about th«a»niat) LONGER WHEELBASE _ . tt»: 4-ttonr Srdan. 867S. All prtos f. 6. b. Factory, Delrcll. DODGE 117-119 W. Main St. W.T.Barnett Auto Sales DODCE BROTHERS CORPORATION Blytneville, Ark. Beat a cou- imtil they arc pan and allow to and Clara Bell Gllbow, students 01 Holy Angel's Academy who arc spending tho week-end wllh their ph rents. The hall was attractively dcco- ited in llallov.v'cn elfect. The nests enjoyed panics and refresh- entG of hot chocolate and saml- Ichcs. Tha club has aiso planned n titling party fur Sunday aflcr- .oon. Watching llie Cards Drop Essential to Good Play (,'lcb M milters To \\M Oil rianl. Members of the Business and Professional Women's chib will vls- thc Blythcvlile CoUon Oil .mill tonight instead of having the us- tal club mcetlio- This hcis been planned by Miss Era Wright, in charge of the S B. Lyman '.our. program lonlglit. will conduct the Today's Contract Problem Cnvi'ful playing is rc<l«'Krt to make loiby's problem to..tract nf four :i|>aile!i by Kmilli. Hero's tlto liiiiuV. Can you do it? AQT3 V l).' 'J * .1 10 2 A K S C -I A .110 n «!>•) • s 7 i; i •M1062 N W K R v A i o s a 4 A n r, * A (J 7 3 A. I 1 ' ') S G K 7 5 2 JL. '.I Solution in next Issue. able sou io make either a squeeze m an end phiy to produce Ihc ;v;ck needed for your contract. Hero Is a lur.Kl played in the Iram-of-four contest In the rccrnl Kentucky state championship tour- Lament at Fort Thomas. The con- Ksl was won by the T)u Relit Club team of Louisville, and this hand helped win the match. Crincr-OMbam. Miss Dctnctra Oldham and Judge K. Criner WCK nulled in mar- I'.agD Saturday evening ul (he home of the bridegroom on Sycamore 'street. Thc Rev. W. J. Lc- Roy. pastor of the Lake Siren Methodist church, read the rin§ ii'rvlcc. Thc only attendants we IT Mrs. J. C. Criner Criner, sisters o? the bridegroom, j To play successful contract you tr.d Mr. anrl Mr;. B. Lovelace. I mKi \ watch the drop of Ihc Solution to Previous Contract Problem nY \VM. JlrKKNSKY Miss Margaret I ^rcrrlary, American l!ricl«c I.CSRUC ner guesls of Mr. and. Mrs. Cecil T1 "f brW <> wr = a < vood h * o " n Shane, Mr. tnd Mrs. D. Bowcn.| ! c!U . hcr »'° o1 ™ il , vvilh accessories Mr. and XSrs. Guthrle King at thc Hotel Noble, during the past few evenings, and will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. llalnes this evening. in the same shade. Mr. Criner ai:d his bricii? ;\re a: hon'.e here where tho bridegroom is P.s.sociatcd wilh his lather !n the restaurant business. Very oftrn they will give complete reading of the i cinxmcnls* linn-Is v.ltlch will en- 4. SS 63 . A A J 5 »Q3 2 ' 4 K J 3 J.Q 104 2 i Duplicate—None Vtil. [ Opening lead—A 0. Snnlli .W'OM Nurlh Kii'-t :l\iss 1'ass 1 » 1 ¥ 1K.T. Pass 3 K. T. I'ais Both Old and New Subscribers May Get I'ipkin-Dugan. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Du?an an. nouncc thc marriage of (heir daughter, Frances, to Mr. Herbert Pipkin, ol Wilson. Thc marriage ceremony was solemnized at Caruthersville Saturday, Octoter 21. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Misho. of Flint, Mich., were the only attendants. Mr. Pipkin' and his bride will make their homo in Wilson where Mr. Pipkin is employed. * * • • Plan Carnival. The Armorel P. T. A. Is sponsoring a Hallowe'en carnival am Blngo^party Monday evening, 7:30 o'clock, at • the school. ,» t * Cekbrain Birthday. Peggy Jean Van Winkle, daugh tor. of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Van Winkle, was three years old Fri day afternoon so she had 15 o ^Ycrnan's Club Plans Activities. Plans for a wlntt-i i '» SHcd The Play West opened the six ot fpai Fast v.cnt up with the king anc , > , n . , i-^, declarer won the: trick with Iht black face c,uavtct of Robert Doz- ncc _ Hc won thc lwxl two trick . icr. Joe Boardcn. Tom Clifton, 1 m dmmnv wttn lhe ncc and Wn . [Malcolm McDcrmotl. In a f'^'icl clubs." Wesfa jack droppin?: 1-The Haunted Cottage" Etol»| nT hc ilcclnrcr then played th |Ramey. Juanicc "fM"^. ^^iaec of rllnmonds, intcudiiii! to fin iDDlk:, Eva Bcrscr. Betty Sallba, .„„ ^ lccon(j rtiamol . rii B ,, t Kas i i nel*:.. Eva Bcrscr. Betty Sallba, prosram,; Lou) ^ Lov , GREAT AMERICAN WEEKLY WITH WOMAN'S WORLD 1 YEAR FACH Here's How lier friends In for a parly at home on Cherry street. he .- - i Hallowe'en — - — Th: Uterniy dep.irtmcin. which | Crs *\\\ preside at the piano for :as not been meeting vlll rescme its twice a month noy" by Raymond Beard. a musical reading "A Name for a nestings with thc first o be on A juvenile son?. "Quit Taggin' Tuesday. New ember 7 and another Mc Arou nd." will include (hc« on .November 21. ]ll]pll? . Hcrmau Poscv . Harold A. Ash-pond held prizes for eac child and other games were plaj cd before Ice. cream, jello anti cake was served by thc hostess' nuHher.- " ' - .' • » - * * Social Clqb ', : Thcf Soi:ial ch|b 'of Immaculate Vcon«ptH>ri ',.:school, entertained . wjlh a'. Hallowe'en • parly Friday •S : \-»«K*-in IH.I srt'i-if hiir. T'nftv had The homo djpartnien'.. • recently organijed" with Mrs. J. I). Barksdale as chairman and Miss Cora J.e; Colcman as supervisor, will meet the fourth Friday afternoon lit 3 o'clock. A bencflC bridge and rook p.uty Is planned for Saturday af-.crnorta. 2-30 o'clock, with liic prscrrds to b: used for repairing thr- roof. It was also decided to i:ivc away a turkey at Thanksgiving time which has been the custom for T cvcral years. * *. Sudbury School Announres Program On Tuesday nicht t];e Sudbury grammar school will celrlirate Hal'- lowc'en night with a carnival lo which thc public Is Invited. Bcrgerson. Margaret Davis. Olive Wahl. Betty Klni?. Mildred Muir, You simply order the Courier News and both m;is:t7.incs delivered to your homu for twelve months—flr, if you iirc lucky eni)iij;h to already be one of our readers, simply atilhnri/.e us to cnnlinui: delivery of thc Courier News for annfhcr. 12 monlhi in combination with the mat;a/incs. Knr the 2 mujvtzinvs and the Courier pay 60 cents down and (!0 cents a month to the carrier-tioy for 12 months. Simple, isn't HV In tho soils I .They had A play "Jimmy wc'en" will inchicl ;crs: JImmie To gel a bc-licr rcao'ing thc cic- clarcr returned a club and won with thc ten. West dropped thc four of spades, marking him with five spades, .i.s lie liad led the Fix. Another c',;ib was played and .West discarded the six of diamonds. West's only heart. A •-pack: Here's What You Get Ratcliffc, Charles Maxwell. James West won tbf trick wi:h thc Maxwell. Paul s.nford. Charles^' 1 " 11 ™* "^ his '-,,. ;oofl Urighl. Pcgcy Jones. Louise Ivitts, »»f s Bt:t he then WPS le,rced Nannie Craig. W. H. Bohanning to . icAcl , awa >, ( ™» lls V"-™ <" and Peggy Burks. Diamonds mlo de-nlarcr^.; Wng- which gave Ihc declarer thc extra trick necc'cd to make hii ccntract. Plans Coniplctcd for Junior IliRh Carnival , ,_ .,.,„, One of the city's Iradlng citl-5 <Copyneht, 19.13. N'EA. Service. 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