The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1935 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 3, 1935
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 193G Liixora Society — Personal E. R. Bogan entertained a number of friends, nil distinguished Masons, at, u turkey dinner Fri- diij' night. His gucsls were: J. B. Bimii, most worshipful Brand master, p. and A. M. of Arkansas; Fred siuckcy, right worshipful junior warden, P. and A. M. of Arkansas; J. T. Coston, right worshipful grand orator, F. and A. M. of Arkansas; C. Eugene Smith, most, worshipful past ginnd master, F. and A. M. of Arkansas, secretary of the Little Hock con- Bistory, a 33rd degree Mason of the Scottish rile; C. A, Cumiine- Jiajii, ritualist in (lie Scottish rile and a 33rd degree Mason, Mr. Bognn is right, worshipful district deputy grand master of District No, 10, P. and A. M. of Arkansas, ami tyler of the Little Rock consistory. He holds the rank of knight commander of the court of honor In tlin Scottish rite. The dinner was followed by a meeting of members of tlic Scottish rite at the lodge room in Osceolo, where n smoker was en- jo.vcil. ; | * * * , Miss Kthlyn Howard entertained five tables of bridge in the home of Mis. C. B. Wood Monday night. Those enjoying her hospitality were: Misses ration, Johnson and BroacJt, of Burdette, Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Doyle and Mary Kalhcrinc Dillaliunty, of Osceola, Misses Florence Rush, VVil- inoth Tennyson, Carry Mai Hires, Maxine Brown, Margaret Modit, Mesdamcs Randal Nichols, T. D. Wilkins, Louise Mcllenry, Thomas F. Hudson. Elizabeth Ellas' and Anna Margaret Butler.' An -Easter..motif was carried out in',tho iallies', refreshments and prizes. Prizes were awarded. Miss Pa I ton, Elizabctl Carry Ellas. HeVmari 'Spiccr, vvlio, .Jias- been serving as detective lor tlie 'Frisco railroad in Mississippi county fu several monllis, has been trims feitd to : BIrniiii!_ lie will .serve the same xanacity. Mrs. Spiocr and children will remain in Lii.iorn until tlie close ot school. Dr. R. A. Klmbroujjli was called •BLYTHEVILLE,'(ARK.)-- COURIER NEWS Halibut Steak a la Lady Duveeri Strategy Essential When Finesses Are Made to Work Halibut steak a Jn Lad,- Uuveen is ojtc- uf (he must attractive ways lo serve fish, cooked separably !lnil ll)awrt ;llouml lhD ns |, for scrv |,, E _ Vegetables arc BY MARY E. DAG UK NBA. Service Staff Writer I used to be told that fish built brains. Hut it seems that was just because both brain tissue and fish and fish. Garnish and serve. |«-|,ile of e e g until stiff, beating In Wnnil f f*nn[r I ii fitt«»T. T .1 lot...... ° arc rich In phosphorus. Brains don't depend on how fish we eat, but teeth may, to a certain extent, anyway. For the amount of phosphorus we take in daily is a vital factor in Die prevention of tooth decay. Halibut .Is a good because it' lins no small bones. Also easy family lish troublesome it's delicately to handle In flavored and cooking. If you have no small children to consider the steak may lie fried instead of broiled, sauted in butler as cliefs do H. Arrange vegetables, each cooked separately, and seasoned salt and pepper, Mai Hires." mid around the flsh and pom- browned' .butter over nil. ' Halibut ;i la Lady Dlivecn '. One slice halibut cut 1 incli Ihick, 1 cup cooked peas, I cup cooked carrots, 1 cup cooked shrcrt- uiu, DCUII irnns- ^ed fi rec " beans, 1 cup cooked lur- •-..., M . , , -,--»— -;ham, Ala., where i "'I'- 4 tablespoons browned butler, ;,,, „..';,•',' •'-'', ''--' ", i" i-' 01 ' 1 ' 1 ; railroad in the i Paprika, parsley, lemon juice. I •,'„.,[",~:.L'1'' " '-••"-•--••'-•''^-'^ ;. Mrs. Rnii-ni- ..inri I Sprinkle lisli with lemon juice ,^-,, ",',.," !! ' a "' ' Illui i!i: ' r - a.nit . brush wiih ijicllnd butter 1 SN ,,,! } 5K1 <*-Ur ; ,ii[;lit prevent thu Broil under n moderate name] IS - ' 1 ™ <lncllcs whk " ' I15(;l1 <° fiisl on one side and then on tlie When I cook lurnlps I always add lemon juice to Ihe water in which Ihcy are cooking. One tca- S|xxm lemon juice to Iwo cups water arc Ihe proportions 1 use. How about, continuing this meal with a tomalo stuffed with cucumber and celery on ix bed of curly endive and cream puffs filled with strawberry cream? Tlie puffs arc made according to the usual rule. Strawberry C'rcam '< One cup whipping cream. 1-2 cup powdered sugar, 1 egg white, 1-2 cup finely cut strawberries Whip cream until firm. Ucat sugar. Stir In berries und beat until very fluffy. Fold in whipped cream nnd use lo nil puff shells. Garnish each puff with a line large berry when served. Many a Friend Recommends BLACK-DRAUGHT. People who have taken Black- Draught naturally are enthusiastic about it because of (he rcfreshin relief it has brought them No wonder they urge others to try it! ...Mrs. Joe G. Roberts, of Porlcrs- ville, Ala.. writes: "A friend recommended Black-Draught to me lone tir.:-; - Solution to Prevjoiw Contract Problem BY \VM. K. McKKSNKV SccreUry, American l)rld(e l.rucur. the oilier night * 10 I 2 V8G < 2 « J 7 2 + 8 C1 * A K Q J 7 fl » A Q 9 7 « AQ + 9 Duplicate—All vul. Soiitli \Vcil North KaK 1 A 2 Jt. Pacts Pass 3 V 1'HBS .( y [>;iSS 4 A P«s» 1'nss Pass Orciilns lend—A K. In Kcw Gardens, I.OIIL; Islaml. I of (lie newly formed bridge club think it has rl»hl idea many such clubs Iliroughoiil thu country. U is called tlie Kings and 9 lle vns Club, the niciiibcr- j) being msde up of men mid women. Tlie members elect a kins ol iiBS nnd a queen of f)iieens lo govern Ihem. They have knights to (he king and Indlcs-ln-wulllng lo Itic queen, nnd when they arc assembled It looks llko the round luble of King Arthur, with every tent filled. They play to win, but it Is only .secondary lo a pitrlner's or opponent's feelings. The members mny not play us iei'loiisly us Ilic champions, but 1 can assure you, Ilicy have many enjoyable evenings together. Mrs. Myrlls Glenn, In charge of aclivltlBs of (he club, called my attention lo ((idny's Interesting hand which wu s played ut one of Ihelr meetings and oddly enough, kings and queens seemed to play dW important role. The I'liiy Against the four spade contract. opened Ihe king of clubs and received an encouraging seven spot from his partner. He continued wllli (he iice, but this was raffed with (ho sl>. ,of spades. The Declarer next ^ cnslikd j the kin? and queen I of liumpa and won tho tliji'd trump | trick in (|uinmy with Uio Un spot. Now al this point the declare i has a choice of two ..finesse's; for the two missing kings Which Today's Contract Problem Sputli'fi oponlag bid va» a iudo. Wo'fiUuo tllida. NoilH I'a&acd. Bust two diamond) South two hcaria west emi- Iiorlcd illatuonds. S'or'lh supported licn|-ts. Bast tu'miorlcd clubs and the final conn net va'i HVO diamonds, doubled. Soa'tli led (lio aco oj clubs, What p!uy should Soiijli (low mako to defeat tlio coiiiriu-t? * K S S 3 4 K q j o 4 10 9 1 M 3 VAKOG , « 7 C *A Solution la next Issue. finesse, would you lake nrstv The niLswcr is not liilllciill. Tnke the one that Is most, [ulvaulnecous lo •"Ml, II you lake tlie diamond llncm* though find to Bolivar, Tcnn., Sunday to conduct funeral services for Mrs. M. I'ruit, 84. wilosc husband was deacon in the church that Dr. Kim- brniigh was a member of when he was a student in Union University. K S. Woffit, Miss Margaret iv.omt, Mrs. Thomas F. Hudson and, Mrs. Louise McHcnry spent Monday in Memphis. .Leaclivillc .Society — Persona! Mr. and Mrs. n. 13. Garrctl, of I Uoynlon, spent Saturday night and Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. John Bcardcn, and their son, Euggs Garrett. Mrs. John Baird, of Haiti, Mo., attended Hi? funeral of her tis- I<T, Mrs. Rose Harper, who died last Friday, and left here for St. Louis, Mo,, to spend several weeks there. Jodis Reed ami M£;s jenca \Vi!kson. uotli of Leachville, were united in wedlock a few days ago. Buddie Howard of the E. M. Howard Undertaking company, Sj;enl Tuesday in Paragoiild. Rev. and Mrs. .1. W. Moore, Mrs. John Beardcn, Mrs. is. S. Cornwell, of Lcachville, and Mrs. Bud Asiiabranncr and Mrs. Myrtle Pearson, of Manila, are attending the Woman's Missionary society of the North Arkansas Conference, in Newport, this week. Other, allowing ten to fifteen minutes to a side. Then put the fish on Ihe bias in the ccnlcr of a hoi platter with n slice of lemon right in Hie center and a sprinkling ol minced parsley. Put carrots and peas in neat mounds on one side 01 Die iish and green • beans and turnips on the other side. Pour, the butter, which lias been melted over a low fire until a golden brown, over and around vegetables have."...A purely vegetable nicd icine for relief of CONSTIPATION BILIOUSNESS —Adv. 38 Phono 644 A UUIll^ U4:4! Maj """ • Tasi service /Yo. 8 and Vicinity The Home Makers club will hold :•. bazaar at Number 3 school house [ Aiiril 13. the proceeds from which will go to the church building fund. W. C. Clark and W. Evans drove to Memphis Sunday to accompany Mrs, Evans, who has been ill in the Baptist hospital, home. Mrs. L. Vandyke was hostess to ;: birthday dinner in honor of her mother. Mrs. B. J. Lawlcr, who celebrated her fiftieth birthday Sunday. Mrs. Lawlcr was the recipient of n'McDnbcr of miscellaneous gifts. Miss Blanche Ark. of Bragg Oily, WM ttic guest of Miss Dol- •lic Lacor, of Number 3. last week. . Miss Ei-ma Ward, of Yarbro. and Clyde. Banks, of Brighton, Tcnn.. wcic united in marriaw Saturday, March 23. Mrs. Banks is Ihe ciAUKlilcr of Mr. and Mrs. Piv. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Banks will make their home at Brighton, Tcmi. ' \i Miss Florinc Walker cnlci tallied a number of friends in honor of (lie Hlh birthday of Favvis Clark March 31. D tftlJOS U F 0» y=u for » bjljnctd ditl. Kt. ? fMti la fci |if« by f lt Jbg kf^ar'i b!&lo9'C4ll/ felled Oo^ Focdt «<K« a tfay. Hubbai'd Hardware Co, ''Painting done in a day and we've saved money! * WOULD you bclicye it is possible to do just UMI, today? Yon can paint rooms ami use them again Ihe same day — wiih these Piushargh Tainl Prod- nets, and nt a big saving too! Four paints do the whole job. -Wallhidc, Florhide Enamel, Walerspar Qnick- I)rj"ing, One-Coot Enamel and ' Vaterj}>ar Qnidc-Drjing Varnishes. And the room is yours night. What a relief from the prolonged mesa of old-fash- inncd paint join. Let tu tell you more about this oioazcBC new One-Day Paint Plan. TURPENTINE Absolutely highest (jrixi LINSEED OIL Absolutely inircst boiled I-iiisccd Oil. Gallon .. Si 10 Beautiful high gloss PLASCO PAINT Suitable for interior or exterior surfaces: Brushes cvcnly;luscxcc[Hionalcovrringqui!itj-.24 co |ori *2.50 Gallon SCREEN ENAMEL High grade utility brand. ' Will not clog mesli. Quart 1^2 in. Ename! Brush .Famous Gold Stripequalityorc | pure bristle, set in rubber ^ Quick-drying clear WATERSPAR VARNISH I.xtra ilarable. For interior or cxlcrior use Will nol liirn K|II'(C. Dries fa<l. WALLHIDE brings One-day Painting Kndsihysof nicssl VourcutMins ami pictures can be Iwnjj (lie fame day walls ami rtilings are painUJ wiih Wallliidel One c-oituiivjtllycnaUKh- ISWaslwbU colats. Quick-Drying ' •'/§ T „ WATERSPAR E?m^EL %-i £ Itnnfis new br.iuty lo firr^.it';!*; 3?J wnti-i work, niies in ,4, H f j c |, a ,) or; . J/2-pl. Hubbard Hardware Co. AUTHORIZED PITTSBURGH PAINT PRODUCT? /vGENCY rlBlit.'jou,will''not, be<»W«>.to;j«t into dummy lo lak^lheHh«rt nncsse. So tlie, point *fo> toVto»d Ine deuce of iioarts ' first •' »nd flnesso the tiueen. Then«play (he aco ot hearts and I be Careful, ^cr. join next lead, to pluy tlio r.jnij of heaib, conserving'the'el^htMn dummy. > . , Bast, v.|ns lhis<trlfic -with' tho fins aiKl returjw a, club whlfh n utllcd Then* IJio seven ot heaits eon ha,played, and won In dummy nidi tlio clght'spot, theic- b> gh.lng joti an opportunity .to lli'csse Iho queen of diamonds. (ConyilgJii, 1035, NEAService, Itio) The whooping crone.. is enabled lo sound Us peculiar . Iruinpe'tln; call by means ,o( an unusually IOIIB "windpipe,, much of : 'whteh'U, colled against tho breastbone. WHAT $i:WILL BUY Thliifc— 3%o n. day—or" $1 a Month Pays for- n $1,000 policy for (he whole family—Natural or Accidental Death! Progressive Life Insurance Co. Glcneoc Holtl^-, I'hono or Wrllc for Details Spcclnl Deposit with State Insiiraiico pcpl. protects your policy. ^CHEVROLET, Buy them at the WEST PRICES costs, tool Sedan Delivery, $515 (107 Wheelbose; Hall-Ton Pick-Up, $465 '^n~ Whcclba$el Chevrolet Trucks give maximum de- , . -. . BBBB pendability, as well as maximum economy, because they're powered by VAIVE-IN-HEAD SIX-CYLINDER ENGINES Tlie niOBt important consiilcrutiou of alJ, in buying and operating trucks, is economy. Economy of first cost and 'operating cost. And ihc most.economical, trucks on the market today arc— Chevrolet Trucks. They sell at the world's lowest prices'. They give maximum operating economy, loo, because they're powered by viilvc-in- lieail six-cylinder engines. || And they will keep on saving you money, day after: day und year after year, because Chevrolet builds so much extra quality and .' rugged reliability inlo them thai jlieir service is as carefree as their price,? and operating costs arc low. You get lop economy when you buy Chevrolet Trucks, and that's exactly what yon want in a truck—particularly -today. Phone or visit your nearest Chevrolet dealer and get the right truck for your job at llio imrld's lowest prices. C11EVKOLKT MOTOH COMPANY, DETROIT,'MICH. Compare Clicirokl'i low Jclircml piim and easy C.if.A.C. lams. A ticncral Molars Value Hall-ton Canopy Express, J555 1112" Wheelbate) Blytheville, Ark,

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