The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 28, 1935 · Page 7
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PAGE Stccle-Oooter Society — Personal Mrs. J. M. Morgan find Ce"il Earls liavc opened a radio rc'pnlr shop In the Kclley building, which lias recently best) redecorated. About 2S boys have responded to the call issued by Conch Jack Wimi) for thostt interested in track. Practice Is in progress for lite county track meet to be held in Cnnitti- f-rsvillc April ID. A preliminary track meet will be hricl wltlt Holland on the center track Friday, >fnrc!i 20. Miss I/)]iah Davis will spend this week en;3 with IKT .sister Iti .Mcm- jiliis. •••••• Mrs. J. N. WIHianis. of :Holcomb. is spending the week*henr : \vith licr sons, R. [j. nml Vin;i! Williams, niicl families. .'.; : •• Miss Ol?a Kotiry, accompanied by Miss Aiteba Sallln, o[ Dlyilieville. is spending the ue:-k in Herrin, 111., as gUPH of Mrfi. Simmons. The II. and \V. club was hostess to a party Tuesday evening, in honor of the birtlxlay of J. W. Fielder, in (lie home of Mr. and Mrs. Uuss ninehart. Jack Yanrey has received word that his sister, Mrs. Jim Polk, formerly of Cooter, is seriously ill from double pneumonia at her home in Hint. Mich. The Steole alunnii ussocint'on is .sponsoring a .dance in Dip armory' hall Thursday -night. Harold SnrJ- bury and his Southerners will fur-j •I's^i th" 1 niiLsic Miss R«b\ Ashlev J 1. Ashley jr., anil Mr. and Mrs. J. s. Ashley, of Armorel. were guests of Mr. nii'J Mrs. J. T. Ashley sr., of Swiff, last week end. Rev. Herman Burkett. of Sliar- i'on, Tsrm., will be the guest of his sister, Mrs. Carl Reid, over ,lhc week end and will preach at 'the Cooler Methodist church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Williams niid daughter, Joan, formerly of Bly- thcvlllc, will move soon into tlio Mccutchen home. m,VTriKV7U,R, (ARK.) COURIER Shrimp Salad Is Bic; Hit l| '* < *^* MHM *"'^"™^'*"TTTTI V—• *••!•!•.. • '•-"' n ixri o, u es C f',Vi ti , • i ' " 'I"" A ' H ' Sh ° aron " nd "«• Wnltcr ""- C!Rr <l a" »'"0"« Uioso who will go it " '° Mcmphls Montiw lo Ke t!( ' le » 1 " 11 ^ "' " Miu ' y of — — .,,,. jsnii, (jUlJU .h™nd-M k «"S ! "' C '"^ """* J , Unless shrimp arc , 1U ll 0 mrp( . ••aw lliem whole.. Sprinkle will !'j«o"v C '" !UUi "* Slnml ° n more. "" "' Adracllve, savorv mil nourishing Ibis makes an III 11V SI Alt V K. IIACilJK XI:A .Service Slaff \VrlliT Shrimp salad served on n bed of fresh, spring lookiiiH cress, proved to be one of ihc most Inviting looking luncheon dishes on which I have hit this Lenten season. And It bus the advantage of being a quick dish to compile on the first balmy day when you're tu n hurry ogcl out Into the sunshine « •"*.! Ladies'. Day Series of Golf Lessons to Open or'l Tiln l ""' sl of " acr '-s o[ "Lidles | Days" will bs held at the Blylheville -- - ....,„ .KI,i m|l:l , vl[ |, , Country club tomorrow aritl each c IP diced nicumbej, fold | n 4 t ., following Friday for six weeks "H^iioous heavy mayonnaise tn'id fi i KCl! " instruction \ v i]| be tjlven ••''I've uii „ |,,. (1 of pj . js|) Kttss ml || 1( , sc (i . lvs for j,, n) | ni|11 , j, 0 | fl . rs — ' | "''Hi Richard Helnsma, club pro. ".ictlng'.ns Instructor. Tim firsi, lesson neriod w j)l |j c «m ill ID o'clock tomorrow mornlni;. Wil son Society — Persona] Ten members were pj. pscnt ; "I" Womntrs Missionary suc Hint ^^'IlKl'i v • I 11 Cnlloin. Mrs. H. j iVhl'll New Device WiH Keep Pictorial Flight Log HAJ.TIMORE UJP'i—A now rtc- vif. ilr-tiKiml in keen n "pictorial W of mi airplane flljlit has bei-n '.'"•ted here on a Glenn ],. Mnriln Cameras are used extensively In fighting forest fires in this coun- tn t while yourself. With the shrimp salnd, which Included cucumber slices, I had hot bouillon, wrred with piimpurknlcklc, and dried a])ricot cris]). WJillc on (his subject of shrimp ami Lent, let me remind you that there are many oilier varieties of seafood thnt lend themselves to nppcLI/Jng combinations. Smoked and salted tlsh as well as cinuied and fresh. flsh can be '•<• Mil-Imp am; cucuinlirr salail like cal Uiiiclicaii dish. used to .splendid advnntuKc in salnd.s. Use Kinn-Flcslicd I'lsli Fl.sh fur salad must DC Ihin- Ilmlicil-eod, hnllbm, Jmddock and salmon separate . inlo linn flnkc-; EcnlloHs, shrimp, crab-meat mid lobsters are fnvorlles for • pnrtv salads. Scalloiw: arc line in lt luncheon .salad because thcv arc rich ID Minerals :niK| not as'high- V flavored as oilier seafoods Tuna combined with 'cuss, and cclcrv make* ;nn psjKclftlls' ?0 o,l salad. ' 1 think that 'a successful fish salad depends on first tliorou-h- , y mni'lnatin!; the (lakes in lemon I Juice. M least, nn hour iv needed ' for marinating. Today." , TI '° Lltora '-y «!»» met , '" nl the home of Mri. A. Mead's New Mansfield Worsted Twisted " Suits set. a 'fast Spring p ace [EN who give their'dotheVa lot of liard usage prefer (he Worsted Twist They know how it delies the worst effects of the olTico chair or the cir; how little cave it requires; how it keeps its brilliancy of pattern and color. For gieatesl service for your clothes money specify an all-wool worsted twist, MEAD CLOTHING COMPANY The other , ingredients arc Itss ImportaiiL llinin sensoning. Celery i nnd c:ii|)crs ini|)rov ( . |h t . flnvor immensely. Finely slimlileu cnbbnec Joiner, reviewed a collection oi poems by Kdwnrd Murkbam Mrs 1'i'od Tuyloj. Jr., was H Kiie.st, " Mrs. !j. C. Bmncion was hostess to the Wednesday bridge elnb n.Hl J™ KuesLs, Mrs. Coiio Murphy .nnrt held hif>h seore. Rev. imd Mrs. Jnmcs Randlc 01 Joiner, and Rev. nnd Mrs If ' M ..ewiji nre in Memphis' today ai-' i™feee? 1 ' CBto " 1 " ™™ 1 ^ Mrs. R. E. Lee Wilson jr., h.,, »K! to Long fsUiml, N, y \vhci > sin 1 Is the Buest. of'Mrs. Nicholas n'T'i ,,r!" nlso vuitllcr so "«. ii. Lee Wilson irr., who altemls y»lc university, nl New Haven ^OlHl, *' A'frs. A. fi. Shenron visit rrlLMids.nl Marked Tree today Mrs..- Frank Wesson', who' ] teen the guest of her mother, M B. Lee Wilson, for a mon ••'•" finnll cameras, n I'.ached to m-od brnchcts fastened to the ship's instrument panels, in less ibf.ii n- wcond. the cameras had rni.ipleled n ncrmannnl, record of ti". rcud!n« on nil instruments. rim cameras evenlimlly (v ill be ouernlcd bv clockwork so that the "aneh inav be photographed BVPI-V five minutes, or at, any other ncriwl dcMrcd. Developed nims will reveal a pictorial lo» of the plnne's nllitiide Kneed, weight, or fuel, heat rif en- cines and other data as indicated bv the instruments nl n pnrlfriiJnr moment. it is believed impossible for a pilot, or co-pilot lo tecp ax cnm- plclc a log, in writing.' Knee Was Ilnotlim SACRAMENTO. Cal.' (UP) — Pfnnk Joi-dnn broke his kneo. A month Inter, on ch c r0 ad to recover v, he Bathere<l friends for a celebration. Hobbllmr to the head of the stalls, lie bid them TOO:! nl"ht, slipped, fell, broke his knee Hatmakers Sent Protest To Bareheaded Herriot PAIUS (UP) -When French MinlstcK attend a Cabinet meeting at the Elysco Palace they leave their hats and coats at the Palace coalroom. nlnll, licnrtv Eilonard Herriot doesn't liku cloakrooms. Ills hat and coat slay in hl.s car, parked outside. Resiill: i|,(. ritual photographs owhm' the Ministers leaving the IM evidential palace which grace the front . pase of Purls newspa- ncrs every; time tho Cabinet meets Hivorlablv show Eferrlot hatless (lie others hatted. 'At the last meetliiK, Herriot sav Hio cameras aimed as he left Ihc Elvsee. "!>>n't snan it!" he sn jil. "Walt, •''•"' 1 get mv luit on. The hat- I'lnkcrs of my conilllucncy hnvn protested. Tt's no Joke, yon knov,'." V***. O»<-ol P)=.n May ( Save Texas Water/ Soil 28, 193.') revns 'UP1 — A V nsi »lnu td' control .••nil and v/aier l",1. Ul " l \ v .' vl ' ltl ". |ir " ° f sioo.ooo.noo "fini'sc' hv Dr. ]i. v. Oeih. re•inn-,1 dir^inr of tiie Federal Soil F'-"lon Service. 'rim pion (j.- },!, v ^ u<inn fitmrn mwjncr ()>ot tlmr" K a S30.000000 '.^s nnnimlii; re<;"llino from water lo r - nmi ROH e'-oe-inn in T' )V .IS The- obinrt nf the nlan will be lo >"i.^i c^o'i'on r."itcrve nolsliirc "rl cl^e^ flrort dcmnp". A" sec- lir-ns of I*-, state are Included in prorrram. . H' th" Routhcrn Qivlsion of ihe fiouth pMi,,« : . i,, )ne rllncli | n? iMrv of l-hc lYorthwesterii pnd °ii'tli«rti -livision. nml in the Rio -nnda Plains sections. School of Culture OIMII Anrll 1st tsr. Nafl. T3ank nirte. For Details Sec Mrs. Berry man At El a Inn Beauty SliO)) If given their choice ,.... toes will drink sweetened water In preference to blood, How^neWoinanTost 20 Pounds of Fat Lost Her Prominent Hips, Double Chin^Sluggishness Gained Physical Vigor— A Shapely Figure If you're fat—first remove the "au.se. Take one half leaspoonfu] of (Rl/SCHEN SALTS In n glass of hot water every morning — in 3 weeks get on the scales and nole ; how . many pounds of rat liavc vanished. Notice also that you have gained I In energy—your skin is' clearer—I yon feel younger in : body—KRU- I SCHEN will give any fal person! a joyous surprise. I Get a quarter pound jar of KROSCHEN SALTS from any leading druggist anywhere in America (lasts 4 weeks). If this first bottle doesn't convince yon this is the easiest, safest and 'surest way to lose fat. -your money gladly relumed. Adv. 4 JVMd Courier Kesvs.Wa m Art i».'| Bryant Truck Line Announces .A New and Better Service Hy A Terminal 606 North 6th Sti Blytheville , Phone 246 ' IT5 LPl/t- AT PIRST 5IGWT/ 'Hint's llio jvay Un- tlei ; -0rads hit you . . . m-fisistihlc! . . and the .spring ones . . . all, there's love in bloom! Such colors . . . .such lines . . . such modeling! Falling for an Under- Grad is a {fraud sensation ! - Mead Clothing Co. Blyfheville's" Style Slorc TOP AT THE SIGN THAT MEANS Magnolia Training //«,, ll<.l,, C il Thousands of Srrrirc Slalian Operators ti> tteromn BETTER MERCHANTS npimOUGir Ilic M,iR,,olin !,,Mitulc cvcry .t Alagnolin Ccrlilicd Dealer is taiiglit tho insiilc slory of gajolineamloil refining and Ilic relation of llicso [irotlucls lo ihc finooth rronomical operation of an automobile' liicy are acquainted wilh Hie mcclianical conMrurlion <>f all makes of automol«l M ami laiiglu Jio«-1 0 ,1 0 a | lcllcrj safcr •„,, of lubrication. This training is available to every IW.ig no ia Dealer who is ambitious lo win aiul hold the good-will nf his ciislsmers. Stay with »/ Your Magnolia Certified Dealer is TRAINED in the fine Points of automobile upkeep T HE MOBILGAS SIGN with the "Red Flyin* Horse"' is more than an advertisement for Mobiles. It means that (he man on the job has the proper training u> service your automobile. When he puts Mobilgas in your gas-tank or Mobiloil in your crankcasc you can be sure of what you are getting. When lie Mobilubncalw your car, every grease-fitting gels exactly ll.c right amount of Mobilgrcasc as recommended by your car manufacturer. ; In most instances your Magnolia Certified Dealer is operating his own station . . . slriving to build a successful business of his own through belter service to .he motorists in bis com- munily You 11 find h.m eager lo please you and bring you back again because every regular customer means another E len towards.a more profitable business. . '• •" v'' : ' Ypuf tdrViU run smoot],er ; a,il lastlonger '^ every way o.. wlUen^ greater pleasure' from youna llt omobi]e if you make it a habit lo.stop:.al the sign of fhc "Red Flying Horse. 11 !« i* and you stay Ahead!

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