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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 18, 1933
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FAOB TWO LU, (AM.) COUBIEB NEWS SATUftfrAY, : l40VfeMBBR- 18, Social Calendar ' MONDAY'S EVEHT8 . Woman's council, First Clirls- tian church, Mrs. H. L. Dedn'.sn, hostess. St. Stephen Episcopal Guild, Miss Elise Moore hostess at home of Mr. R. B. No! en. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Young Matrons Bridge club, Mrs. Crawford Greene, hostess. Mrs. Hunter 0. Sims hostess to Tuesday/ Contract club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday . Contract club, Mrs. . Carrol jBlakemore, hostess. SATURDAY'S EVENTS '• Cental' WarJ P. T. . A. b'inso "., parly, Ftljgidalre office, 7:30 P. M. Country Club To Have -'-Ope'rdBf * D»Ste>Thium<Uy. ' " Th'er Blylhr-vllle" country club'. 1 - ; new club house will be formally opened Thursday evening with a 'dance given by its members. The guest--'•list ...will fbe restricted to membsrs and non-resident guests ol member's].;;;; A,;'lirgc number ot out'qf (6vv,ii people froin Memphis, Cap'e''Glr«rdeaj, and other points are expected to attend this affair 'wblch'ls to be the first of a scr- 1$ .'cif^600)al functions at tile club. . „ Claris, have not been cohipicU.d! •'i?« lh .^' muElc but It Is probable' that .Hllburn Graves and his orchestra, of Mobile, Ala., which boasts two girl entertainers, will be used. •,.,. Each couple will be charger! two dollars" .with a- .single* Individual paying ei\c dollar. Marriage Licenses Issued. ' .. -. • -Among the marriage licenses 1s- ' •=•'-. - sued from the Blythevllb ; the county court clerk recently •j f,. v,;ere to: Miss Theinia Burton an'/ i <•- s: -J.-. BiichanAn,- 1 both ;o( Stoele; ' ;.'•:. I.Mlfc./Ullla'n' Dowdy, of Dell, and •/.'X"-Marvln-*-L: Ba.;tlan, of • Plumers- M-vi'vlMe:." Miss Bertha 1 Blanton and •*:?•' Bryant-..Willis, both of here; 'Miss ;'':'-.,'S5yflniiahf 1 ---PilhW,-"'of' heto; and .<(•:" v'JiinteS 'Ktlmnn,'--of- Osceoia; Miss '<•.* sX51e6rst»iUn'gtdn,-and. John -Glllcii, i th v -6B''Burdelte'i !'"M'lss' 1 ':Rachel '<;£ ••'E**ir :l »iid 'Eiirl-.Swann,' 1 bith 'of' •;;; --'A'rjiiorej{J k Miss - : Agnes ; Moye'c.". and fj : : rJ.' J *8. SfiBvens/'both of Man.lia. ' 'j'jitVj't 'i\'.'j~ ~ -.*-.. '* ;• -•'•• . entertained v j. _-'24 .of.' Her; frisn'is'^wlth 1 , a Bunco ' ' s --Friday : "affe'rnoon. at her i . ,N':^iTii ; :the.-'garaes.Mlsi Gladys Bar, ;.',v;'Kam^wbri ; the • rdg'h 'score prize, a ^-' T .VlQHrtV*TT.hiiif Xfre" ' ; D IT. rTo m _ Mrs'.VR. .H. Cam- a s e c; 6 y si U fi o. p; •5 S) V. tt tc le sr e't 01 tt if c) su ni CO ax ra ., . ' 'eron's!' gift 'for.-low' : -., lip. slick towel-uuUMnj.M. ^U.- Bits oj Ntus Mostly Personal Misses Virginia and Jcssalyn Hlomc-yer and brother, Lloyd, art visiting relatives In Caruiliersvllle, Mo., lor several days. Miss Mae Foster, former dent nurso at the lilythovllle hospital, has pass-id her state board txnuilnatlon and !•; now employed nt the Baptist hospital in Lltllu Uock. After leaving the local lios- i:ltnl MLss roster completed hci (raining at St. Vincent's tiospltu in Litilg Hock. Mrs. Fred Gi'ovcs Is returning lo her home in Cape Girardeau Mo., tomorrow after having spent ftserol days with Mr. and Mrs Otto KoclUltzky. Mines. W. A. Silckmon, Charbs Allord and L. M. ilurnette, will'go to Little Iloct. tomorrow where they will attend the state meet Ing of the O. E. S. They will re turn Thursday night. Mines. Alice Womack, T. E. Tate Rivi's Allen and son, Rives, Jr ond B. J. Allon and •son, Berr> returned last night from Ho Springs where Mrs. Womack an Mrs. Tate attended the state P T. A. meeting while Mrs, B. Allen visited hsr mother. She vta accompanied tonic by her siste Mrs. E. C. Ellsworth, Jr., and son Eobbie, who will spend sovera weeks hero. While in Hot Spring they heard Almee Semple Me Phcrson, the evangelist. Mr. ond Mrs. O. M. Tlllma have as their guests for the wet 1 end, Mrs. Roy.L. Hurst^'Mn. Do !;•' Ua'feloy," Mrs,' Hurst's twu. son Carroll LeiVis .•" and -Leroy,'' an Brooks Jccrles, all'of Hot Spring Mr; and Mrs. E. F. nnd family, whose-homo was di stroyed by flre^have taken a War apartment on' West.Ash street. ..Mrs. C. H..Beari .ftil<i;d,ftugh Miss June, and Von Mujliris wei to • Black Hock; "Ark., today f ho weekend. JUpon: their retui hey will be accompanied by Mr M\ill)ns.w)«t will make tier hpu at.. - Number Nine wliere M Mulllns is teacher In the school 'Mr. mid Mrs. O. J. Bean lia returned to ihelr home in A sumption, III., after a visit \yii relatives. Jeqn Dcdman, daughter of Mr. and >i[rs. If. L. Dedman. Is visit- Ing Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pletch- whlchf-was 'V 'set'of 'pot''; lifters concealed in; a Urge traveling bag ' .whioli^vi^ite'd- 'diflerent 'tables.,-. A salad COUTM : was-strved. ' '" •'' •'• '•'-' .. Groves of Cape Gir- -'.•a'rdea'u,- Mo., houseguest of 'Mr. : -Vand Mrs; Ottq. . Klochtltzky, and . .. Mrs.' Max Milljr, Jr., • were -guests . -of Mrs.,o-A. G, Little Thursday 'when she had .'members, of .the Thursday Luncheon club also .as r of the church, was an espc- al'i' Invited gueet. * • « Mrs. J. W. Edrlngton enter- Incd members of the literary detriment of the Oseeola Women's rojjrosslve club at her home ucstlay afternoon. Mrs. George ilringlon was leader of the les- iii taken from the text, "God's old." Topics were discussed by Mrs. . I). Segrnves, Mrs. R. C. Bry- i and Mrs. J, W. Edrlngton. Mrs. Docre • was admitted to shlp In the department. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Fletcher and lies Louise Hale arc attending ic U. T.-Vandcrtillt football game i Knoxvlllc, Tcnn., Saturday and :cndlng tlic week-end there as ucsts of Mr. and Mrs. William {Ing. Mrs. King, who Is a sister f Mrs. Fletcher, will be remem- crcd ns Miss Nina Oliver. J. !J. Bunn, H. H. Brooks, W. R Mien, E. R. Began, A. Welnberg .ee Maxwell and J. D. James ol he Qsceola Masonic Lodge at ended a Thursday irand Master Claude Rankln. Mrs. Belva Martin of Kennetf Mo., spent the week here visiting :cr sisters, Mrs. J. L. William nnd Mrs. W. L. Moore. meeting at Lepanto evening welcoming Wilson Society —- Personal Hornersville Society-Personal HES It's Time to Make That FrUit Cake for the Holiday Season Mr. and. Mrs. Verfile Hatcher ,nd Mr. and Mrs, John Deen vis- ted relatives in Blythevillo Sun- dsy. [>•£. D. A. Ruflin and daughters, Sue and Ploren?e Parker, returned Saturday from a visit with Mrs. E. H. Davis »nd family at Trumann, Ark. They spent a day n Mernph,ts, visiting Mrs. Carl Watson at the Methodist hospital Mrs. Maggie Williams and children, Helen and Luther, spent a ew days with her brother, M. C, Wilklns, at Senrith. They rcturn- co; home Tuesday. G. M- returned Sunday night from Trumann, Marked Tree rind other points in Arkansas. He left again Tuesday for Little Rocfc and planned t*> visit Memphis before returning home. Rev. O. N. Gainea, pastor of ihe Methodist church, left Wednesday morning for Poplar Bluff PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH II. i, Kkin41ensl, Pastor Sunday school teachers' meeting, 3:30 a.m. Sunday school session, 9 a.m. Divine worship, 10 a.m. Sermon theme: "Bo Not Conformed to Tilts . World," "He that is of aod hcareth God's words. , ." John 8, 47. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH W. V. Woouck, I'aMor We appreciate very much the splendid congregations which greeted us last Sunday. Wo ore counting on the. members of First Church and hope as many will be present at all the services Sunday as possible. Friends- and strangers arc welcome to our place of worship. ' The pastorj.will use for his subject at the rooming hour Sunday. "Which Way' Arc We Traveling?" At the evening hour, at 7:30 o'clock, the subject will be, "Greater Capacity, Greater Service.'. 1 The large choir will furnish special music. The Church Suhool, all departments, will begin at 9:45 a.m. All the young iwople are Invited to be present at 0:45 p.m. to make plans for the young people's worlc. Cr. jjty Joiner.,- A«rsV.C,O.-^Pinkley is ill. at her libnie on West, Ash street.- Mrs.. A, D. Latimcr, who has been' visiting her son, the Rev. E. 5$, Lattmer, and family for eight weeks, left last night for her home to Augusta, Ga. The Rev. . Mr. Lnlimer accotnl»nlcd her. to Memphis. Miss Ida Mnric Sample, teacher In the Holland school, has gone Mrs. Archibald Cathings entertained the Wednesday bridge club this week at her home ncnr Hassett. Mrs. Rufus: Branch of Pe- cnh Point was a guest. Mrs. N. B. Ellis held high score. ', Mrs. Robert J. billcspie of Lux,; ora was the guest Tuesday of her daughter, Mrs. H. O. D'ay.Idsoiv Mrs. W. M. Wallace and (^augrl'-. ter, Miss Mnxlnrv and Mrs. 3: p. Brandon Jr. visited in BlytheviUe Tuesday. • ,'-£• Among those • from Wilson who attended the bridge luncheon given by the county federation fif women's ohms-; at - BlyiheviUe' Thursday were Mesdamea j. ik. Grain, N. B. Ellis, W. F. Wilson, C. L. Bird,.H. C. Davidson, R. E. Ifc Wilson jr., J. R. Cullum, Q. W. Ferguson, B.- C. Brandon jr., Charles Lane, 8, A. Regenold, w. S. Winford and Miss Mjiry Wright. Mrs. A. J. Cote attended the meeting of thei Delphian club at Blytheville Wednesdty;'"'": Mrs. Ada Lee Jorjes hai rct,urn- ed to her home In Little Rock after a month's visit with her sister, Mrs. Mary Norman, and niece, Mrs. Norman Morris. R. H. Robinson, J. K. Chiles, and W. M. Taylor of Kjelscr and ii. C. Davidson and A. J. Landrum made a business trip to Llt- where ho was .called to conduct funeral services for William T. Glover, 68, who died. Monday. Mr. and Mrs..jlB. P. Parks and children; were at Fredrlcktow^ Sunday. They returned home by :vay of Marble , Hill, where they vlflted relatives. Miss Mary Shirley and brother Howard of De'.rolt are here visiting their sister, Mrs,. E. J. Lang- c'on and brother, Ted Shirley. The schools of the Hornersvllle consolidation will resume their v:ork Monday, Nov. 20, after a 10 weeks vacation for cotton picking.; ST. STEPHEN EPISCOPAL CHURCH The Rev. C. C. Burke, of Marl anna', will conduct services'.at i: o'clock. All are cordially invited. r one half pound eit'ron a$d alf pound ' candled orange: hree fourlps- 'cup blanched a londs chopped fine. Cream the shortening an'd a>, add the beaten egg yolks. Si le spices, salt, baking powd nd flour together. Mix with nu no peel, then gradually stir in he first mixture. Add alternate •Ith the beaten.egg, whites. M •ell. Bake in a loaf cake pan, m cd with shortening, then flourc 01 one hour und fifteen minul ?he oven should b£ about 300 d ;rees, or moderate, i.. P.T.A.NCWJ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH There will be an all day rally at the church with dlnfier served. The Rev. L. D. Summers, formerly pastor of the church here and now pastor of the Central Baptist, church at Hot Springs, will be the principal speaker. At the 'upper right Is the Turk's head pan called for many times when making pound cnkes, sponge cakes and angel food. "The fluted Turk's head at the left Is used for the same, type .-of'cake; also for moulding gelatine desserts, and mousses. The ide'il pound cake, fruit cake, and sponge loaf pan Is shown at the lower right,-'and of course the set of small pans Is for cup cakes (and muffins too it the kitchen does not own an Iron mufiin pan). Mrs. J. H. Dunmire and Mrs. Ernmett Jones of Bennett were here Monday visiting the former's sister; ; Mrs; O. 'J> Cope. John.. I,. 'Peeh • left' Tuesday for f,lt(le. Rock to attend ..a. lumber- rj'.en's convent'lop.. .' • ') ; ; Mr.- and Mrs. G. A. Quiiin and daughter Lucille /.spent the first iart 'of the week .In St.' Louis on ' ' 'Mrs: Evo: ; M.lzel!/ worthy matron, !arl Popej';> worthy patron, Mrs. lona Brown, grand representative Vom North Carollha-;tb Missouri, and G. S. Brown were guests Monnay night at a reception given i>> the Kertnett Chapter, O. E. si, Irenorlng the newiy 'r appointed prand Adah, Mrs. . James V. Bill- ngs of that city. -. ': A th'rep'course-menu was served. In.tUtf. card'games Mrs.-Ross D. ; 'Hughes -'• won "the 'prize, 'a smoking set.'-.;.' . . : - ; -. : - • • . • . t'trnplinxnls Mrs. Spurreon .Pattersori . Mrs.', Lee . Walton entertained - eight, guests last evening at'the home : of -Mr. .and Mrs. H. A. fmith in honor of Mrs. Spurgeoc Patterson who Is moving to Birmingham, Ala.-. White chrysanthemums decorated the living room and the tallies wete of flower 'design. ^The prize, "a bridge set, went to Mrs. Samuel P. Norris and Mrs. Patterson was presented hosiery. The hostess served cake, topped fcjth fruit and whipped crenm, and to her home In Capa Glrardeau, Mo., for the weekend, Mrs. E. K. Lalimer, who has been at Campbell's clinic for eight weeks, Is now convalescing at her home here. Mr. and Mrs'. Leonard M. James, formerly of Forrest City, Ark., have arrived here to make their home ' at 621 Chickasawba. Mr. James is connected with the local PiBgly Wiggly store. tle Rock Thursday. . Margery Hill and . Aiieen Brown have returned .to Conway where they are attending Ceht.r«] college. Mrs. Eddie Regepptd of Victoria Mrs. G. , . loblnson and Mrs. E, A. Rege nold spent Wednesday in Mem phis. ' , .M hot t> Council Makfs Money. The Woman's --council of the First .Christian-. church made $« :n the pasi ,- mprith, according to a report mSde tit the meeting this •week at the home of Mrs. George Thirteen members Oseeola Society — Personal Herron, Mrs. Ralph Read Courier Wews Want Ads, FIRST CHRISTIAN . CHURCH E. K. Latimer, Minister Church school, 9:45 a.m. Holy Communion and sermon 11 a.m., Vesper services, 6 p.m. All are cordially invited. An attractive playlet, "Whc' Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf" wi: given by Miss Hood's pupils ;' the Central Ward P. T. A. nice! Ing Wednesday. Miss Winnie Vi< ;ll Turner discussed in a very ill teresting way "What Are the Ej sentlals of Education?" The preS Idcnfs message was read by Mil Herschel Smart. • The treasurj reported $67.80 in the bank, was voted to allow $7.50 for rj moval of a child's tonsils, SS fi Hallowe'en party given at schr and $10 f'f: a dtlegrate lo> t' Hot Springs state convenuc(J| The project chaifman, Mrs.' A. Isaacs, reported that cod liv oil will be started Monday. Tl will, be given In individual smS ary cups twice each day and e' cry child .has the privilege of ta< ng ( it. ..... The group will, have a Bin jarty. Saturday evening at t Prlgldaire office building. '• Mrs, R. L. Banister won $1 wi 31' mothers present. . There' wt 75, members present. i ; The P. T. A. of junior hiJ school announces Stunt night Remember .vlicn our grand- 1 mothers made their fruit cakes r.. whole year in advance? chc - Christmas time, they mado them for the next, and put them away In a stoneware jar to ripen. Brandy or whiskey, or sherry was added to the jar from time to time lo keep the cake moist and to adc to the. wonderful flavor. .With, prohibition repeal, (no FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Sunday School at 9:45, with, a special program for the whole school. All members of the school asked to bring something in the way of canned goods for the orphanage. . - 1 f Preaching at 11 o'clock by Rev. Win. F. On-, of Memphis. ;• Young Peoples meeting at 0;45 p.m. A cordial invitation extended -to everyone for all services. Pneumonia FatgT to Child Ann Dacus, 19 .- moijths - old ,augrit« of Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Dacus, died at the family home " south of .'at 10:15 o'clock- last night.- Her death was, attributed' to pneumonia. Funeral services will be held to- ' morrow afternoon at 2 .o'clock at Jorxaboro where interment will be made, the .Rev. Nolan Gill will officiate. The L. a. Moss Undertaking company" Is in charge of funeral arrangements. : • The deceased is survived by her parents, four brothers ' ,»nd two sisters. ' "' • . i CHURCH OF THE NAZARENK The Rev. Eiipha B. Be'aslcy, ! cenlly circled pastor of the church, will preach Sunday evening when she will assume her duties as leader of the church, service will start at 7:30, c'clncV;. Sunday school. 9:45 A. M. There will be no morning church service. John Bunya'i, author of "Pilgrim's Progress," was a 'tinker in Bedford, England. Squeeze Is Last Resort When Other Methods Break Wrong ser- CHURCH OF GOD 110 W. Cherry St. There will be no morning vice. The revival conducted by the Rev. D. K. Bierer continues each evening next week at 7:30 o'clock except Saturday. There will be a night service Sunday at 7:30. Subject: "Do We Live Today in n literal Hell?". W. Barham. attended. ; Hayti Society — Persona! ••••;. n;; . • -. . ....,; G.' A.'s Meet at Home of Leader. • The G. A.'s met at the home of their leader, Mrs. Seth Compere jr., Thursday evening with nine members present. Those on program were-, Betty ; Anr.e Ceilings Jean MafeyV Virginia Pender" grass. .Esraa Alexander, Phyllis and Julie Sigler.' One new member was taken In at this meeting Elizabeth' Haynle. Steck ot Cape Girardeau was the gusst of Carl Baskins a few days .this jceek. Mrs. Betty Travis, whc^Jias been in Tennessee, ; has returned home, . Dr. and Mrs. J.-S. Compere motored to Charleston, Mo., to visit with friends, and . they also attended a fimeral while there. Mr. and : Mrs, H, B. Masterson and son- motored to Cape Girar. deaii Friday, to .attend to business . and visit with relatives. Rev. Daniel Morgan, pastor o the -Christiai church' at Kennett who Ins been holding services a the local . Christ Ian church every ~ Thursday, was here Thursday eve nine. H« • W"»* accompanied b Rev. . and Mrs. Love '-of Kennett '.Ulr.-LoTe .being pas lor or the Me t itiurcli at = Kennett. Mrs. H. L. Driver was hostess lo members ol her two table bridge club at her country home Friday afternoon. Guests besides tlie club members were Mrs. R. C Bryan and Mrs. J. H. Hook. Mrs W. W. Prewitt was winner o high score prize. • • Mrs. W.-.E. Johnson was hos less to sixteen friends Tuesday evening at contract bridge at the home of her mother, Mrs, H. L. Driver. The guests included nicni- Dcrs of Mrs. Johnson's two table club. An out of town guest was Mrs. Belva Martin of Kennett, Mo. High score club prize was given Mrs. E. S. Driver. Mrs. Chas. Rose won high score guest piize, and Mrs. Frank Williams cut.con- solation favor. I i r a » * Friends o! Miss Rut(i Goldberg enjoyed an evening at "bridge anrt dancing when she entertained Wednesday evening at her home here complimenting Stanley Newman of Memphis. Mr. Newman came to Oseeola recently as an employe of the L. C. Harwarg store. He is a broth- r of Mrs. Harwarg and is mak- ng his home with them. • • » Members of the Presbyterian Ladies' Auxiliray this week ob served the annual week ot prayer Today's Contract Problem West, holding four spades to the .Q-J-10. has doubled a • four-spado contract by North. Kasl has bid and re-bid hearts, liut his oreniiiR lead .Is the king of diamonds. With tbio information, how should ypu play the, hand.lo make game? ; * A K 'J 7 3 '2 or missions' with morning prayci services beginning Monday anc leld 'on successive days at the lome ot Mrs. A. W. Doweti, Mrs rf. J. Hale, Mrs. E. S. Chiles, Mrs C. B Driver and Mrs. D. S. Lancy, * * • /iiembcrs ol the Methodist Woman's Missionary society observed the annual week of prayer fo missions with an ail-day meeting at the church Wednesday. The morning session was led Mrs. H. M. Rheubush anrt Mrs W. L. Scgars led the afternoo 1 session. Luncheon was served 1 the church parlors. The Rev 1 . R C. Morehead, newly appointed pas (Blind) (Blind) 5 2 « 5 S fi 2 ' ' +Q1073 Solution in neit Issue. Solution to Previous Contract Problem *KQOC 2 »J 4Q97 * A K Q S Hubbei bridge—Xon-; Vul. Opening Icsd—y 7 South West Jiorili . Kn*l 1 4 Pass ?, A P^ss 4 4 Pass C 4 i-Fass Pass 17 Manila Pastor Will Hold Services Here The Rev. W. H. Horn ol Manila will fcsgin a series of evangelistic services at the Baptist Mission station on Lilly street Sunday- evening nt 7:M o'clock. He will be' assisted in the revival ^y Albert White, Manila sinser. The revivnl will be held cadi night nex r u-pck. matter what.our sentiments about drinking may Ix?) the grocers will be able, to supply us with brandy f or'our:'holiday cakes,.'and we can iestpre the gc«<l American : tradition (really English I) of making fruit- cakes months In advance ripening them for a good feast at Thanksgiving end Christmas. The recipes given here Include the type of fruit cake which is made and served within trie following few days: (allowed to rip en two'or three days) as well as the cake which improves with •age.-Either kind .is.well suited t "*ht. ctrjih'g holiday dinners. . * ->3f Coffee Frntl Cafce i -One half cup shortening; one cup sugar; one cup molasses; one tup very strong coffee; one teaspoon soda; three cups flour, browned in a dry aluminum pan, or in a cookie pan_in. the oven; one and one fourth cups seeded raisins;-one av:d one fourth curis currants; three fourtlis teaspoon salt; two teaspoons cinnamon, one teaspoon ground cloves. Measure the flour after brown T ing-It; the texture of the browned flour gives added " richness and smoothness to this cake. Blend sugar and shortening and cream them together thoroughly; mix soda with molasses, and add warm, freshly made coffee to this, stir together and add to the shortening, alternat-ly with the flour; Lift tail, cinnamon and clove with the iast bit of flour, mix well into ruits); one cup grated cocoamil; wo cups finely shaved citron; one up chopped .raisins; one 'cup fine- y choppsd cahdted orange peel hree cups chopped almonds; one up flour. Mix the flour with 'the baking powder, then with the fruits, nuts ind cocoanut. Cream ' shortening and sugar, add beaten -egg yolks, and a little of the 'flour mixture, then add flavoring, arid rest of Thursday evening, 7:30 o'clock, v the high school auditorium. CKj I standing organizations of the c \ \ are being asked to participate presenting a stunt. A prize of will be given for the best si dent. The public Is cordially :j| vited. The senior high school P. T. met Tuesday with Mrs. B. Lynch presiding. Miss Leritz 1'; I charge of an interesting flour mixture, working in the stiff- "The , President's Message"' M V beaten egg whites last. Blend-Miller; "A Summary of Euucaf smoothly, adding the brandy last.; Week 1 .' Miss Lentz; trio, Mrr Have the oven at Very slow heat 1 Paul L., Tipton, Russell Farr a.! I (200 to 250 degrees)! Bake an George M. Lee accompanied -J hour and fifteen minutes. Let ri- Miss Lents; "Reaction of Edu>.;| pen in a stoneware crock, with tlon Week Upon the People," Mi cheesertoth 'over the top. Moisten aarnucl p.. Norris. j every week witii a little brandy or j The finance chairman, VA sherry; keep cheesecloth moisten- \ Lindsay, announced a bingo pjl ed with brandy. - . '-.' ty to bejiven .Tuesday "'B^-.U. An Inexpensive Frnjt Cike j v | This one ripens well if treated , [ vembcr 28, at the armory. IS. 35 cents each. Prizes'] .yi ' lid be iced just ; before 'serv-, using a .boiled .while icing. One cup white table syrup; one hall cup brown sugar; one half cup shortening; .one egg; three oups flour; one-half cup cocoa; thiee lablesponiis biking powder; one cup black coffee'; one tablespoon cinnamon-; one. teaspoon nutmeg; .one half teaspoon cloves; cne fourth- te,ispoon ginger; two cups seedless raisins; one cup finely chopped peanuts; one cup finely chopped prunes. ' Mix : the spices and cocoa with the baking powder and flour, sift- iiiy twice tq mix well.-Then mi* flour with tho fruit and nuts. Blend the syrup with the brown sugar and beat the shortening into tills until smooth, then add one beaten egg. Gradually add Ihe flour mixture moistening a little with the coffee until all have been blended together. Beat well, then parties. Anno 1 ire'seritatlon of Congress library to the junior senior high schools by Miss Members of the P. T. A. were ed to cooperate with the lo; ted Cross in'"the annual me lership drive. It was annouiv' :hat'Mrs. N. B. Mcnard was s :b the Hot Springs state convi. ;ion.' Miss Miller's room won Drize' for having the most mo ers present. The meeting closed with'- a clal hour in the home econon room with Mmes. M. O. Usi the batter, add fruits, and pour [bake in a TurVs head pan. which BY WM. E. McKKSNEV Secretary, American Bridge When you get a bad break i rump and have lost the firs rick, playing the hand at a small slam contract, you have only one weapon to full back on. and that s the squeeze play. Such was the situation which faced Stanley Rellly of Chicago, who will cap- lain the team representing the Auction Bridge Club of Chicago. Lhc first western team to participate In the Vanderbilt Cup tour : namdnt since It was held last in the west. At that time the cup was won by the Chicago team. bidding! If that was the case, the slam was quite probable. West's opening lead o! the seven of hearts went to Earl's ace. while North played low. Ecisi returned the eight of clubs, which was won In dummy with the jack. A small spade was played from dummy, Rcllly in the South winning with the queen and West showing . out. discarding a heart. A small spade was rc-urned and yson In dummy with the ace. The ten of spades was returned from dummy. East put up the jack nnd South won the trick with Hie king. South then led Hie nine of spades, picking up East's last trump. West, in the meantime, had discarded two clubs. Reilly now cashed thr ace. king, and queen of clubs. West following with a club and discarding a heart nnrl a diamond, ummy did the same and East followed with Richardson Baby Dies Bettie Louise Richardson, seven months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Omar Richardson, died of pneumonia nt the home of the family near nurdctte at three o'clock yesterday afternoon. Funeral services were held at Sandy Ridge cemetery at two o'clock this afternoon with Ihe Rev. W. J. LcRoy. pastor of the kc Street Methodist church, officiating. Funeral arrangements were In charge of the L. G. Moss Undertaking company. The deceased is survived by her parents and one sister. nto a 'loaf cake pan rubbed with thortening. Bake in a moderate (350 degree c.vcn) for one hour. While Fruit Cake This recipe makes four loaves; it keeps well, so may be made row, served for Thanksgiving, be i:Eed as a Christmas gilt, and also grace the Christmas and New- Year's tables. One cup shortening; one cup si.gar; two egg yolks; one tablespoon vanilla; one half teaspoon almond extract: two cups flour; cne teaspoon baking powder; scv- tn egs "whites, beaten; one half dip brandy (or juices of stewed has been rubbed with shortening nnd lined wi(h waxed paper also rubbed with shortening. The oven should be slow (about 250 de- 6-ec.s) and the cake 'should bake for one hour. Almond Fruit-Cake One cup shortening; three cups sugar; one cup milk; one half cup trandy <or fruit juice);, one hal cup orange juice; three and one li:ilf cups flour; eight eggs; two teaspoons baking powder; oni r.alf teaspoon grated nutmeg; oni half teaspoon mace; one fourth teaspoon salt; one cup freshls grated or moist cocoahut; on pound finely shaved citron peel Tom Little, W. Shaver, Shane anrt Tom Martin and Sfj Annie Maude McCorvey in chaii Read Courier News Want A< G.G.iCaudin|j General Insurance 106 N. Broadway, ! Phone 797 ' HKMOB'HHOIDS (Piles) ed without the knife. ? lt ln J cancer, vatfcosed veins, \||i-'• j I oils rtmoTtd non-snrgicaliy. rjfl DBS. NIES and NIES Office 514 M»in Phone U»SJ McCormic Infant Dies The infant «m of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. McCormic died today at 10 o'clock at the family home. Funeral services be held. this afternoon at Sawyers cemetery where interment will to made. The L. O. Moss Undertaking company is In charge of funeral arrangements. The deceased h survived by his parents, four brothers and sisters. Two Fires at Hayti North's bid of three spades ask-1 two clubs and a ctinmoiid ed South cither to bid four spades or three no trump, and when South responded with four clubs this was a mild slr.m try. North immediately realized that South's club 1 tnlt must be solid- otherwise he would not attempt to show it ion the second round of Tills left West with the sucen and ten of hearts and king nnd eight of diamonds. North had the nine and king of honrts and the ace and ten of diamonds. Relllj- kd his last trump and West was squeezed, which gave Rcllly his contract ot six--odd. HAYTI, Mo.—The' fire department Vis been called out twice this wreicT On Monday im old blacksmith shop near Kirby's flll- inc station tamed. The fire was caused by .sparks from the fire used In the shop. Again the de- rctrtmciit was called out Thursday, lo Harrison Evan's home. The fire did not cause much damage. Thero arc ar.'.jroxmialely 400.COO negroes in New York City. Have Your Hat Cleaned for the HOLIDAYS Thanksgiving is just, around the corner, then Christmas anc! Now Year's. You'll be ;?oing to a lot of entertainments, parties, etc., during the .next six or eight weeks. Wouldn't, it be a gyoti idea .to have your hat cleaned and reblocked now'/ Neu) Hat Cleaning and Blocking Equipment UNIQUE CLEANING SERVICE ; "Raiies the Standard" (* Phone 171

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