The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1933 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 21, 1933
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8SK«!-"JV Plfe':^" flfe$^- ;; IpjTskiKr-;'-;-: :.' W BLYTKEVILLB. (ABK.I COUBIEB NEWS nd Mrs. Curtis Freeman. Mcsdamcs 1(. E k- Wilson,"J: A, . 21, 1033 .Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS : Young Matrons Bridge club, :Mrs. Crawford Greene, hostess. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims hostess to : Tuesday Contract club. / • Lange P. T. . A. nwllng at Khool at 3 p. m. .. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mostly personal Thursflmy Contract club, • Mrs. Carrol Blakemore, hostess; . Armorel P. T, A. meeting at the school. ' -' . Hy-Ny-6hy Sunday school class, . First Baptist church, meeting in -pastor's study of church, 7:30 p. Sunday school : class, take "street Methodist church church, 1:30 .p. m ;.. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Pre-Schpol P. T. A. meeting with Mrs. Crawford Greene at 2:30 p. m. ...Woman's: dub meeting,^ club house,' 2:30 p.m. •; •*. >-.- SATURDAY'S EVENTS 'Central WarJl P. T. A. Dingo party, Frlgldalrc office, 7:30 P. M. Musical First Presbyterian church 3 p. m. by piano pupils of Miss Miss Christine McGaugrioy, 'of Memphis, has been the guest'of Miss Effle Moore since Saturday. H. HlEhflll Is attending lo business In Kansas City. Miss Belle Whilsitl, who has been quite 111, is now much Improved. She is at her home now In the Ingrain apartments. Frank Luckelt, who attends University of Tennessee School of Medicine at Memphis,' spent the weekend at home. Mrs. C. A. Hovcy Is at.t'he Memphis Bapllsl hospital where she will undergo n major 0|wrallon tomorrow. Mrs. Christine Purvis and Mrs. Stephen H. Brooks ^accompanied her tlown yesterday and Dr. Edna Nles, Mrs. Brooks and other members of • her family will go down for the operation. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Landrum Game Makes Savory Substitute ' for the Thanksgiving Turkey Thourh turkey Is the tradition-.Wild rice \s an excellent dish to al choice (or Thanksclvlng Dajrlwrvc with wild duck, menus, tarn* ° f rartans «orU provides savory. »»d appropriate al- ttrnittvM. .How to HV»« and cook venison and lanie.blrds is described by Sister Miry In the article presented Wow, the first of a wrles of four OB '"Thanks- Day planning Leone Callicolt of Blythevlllc and SteeJe. local reople Attending 'Show Tb« Gr«n Pastures" : Trie play "The Green Pastures" being given at the Memphis au' dltorlum will be attended by a number, of Blytheville people. "Among those--who are going down 'for one of the performances yesterday, today or tomorrow, arc: Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Turner, Dr ; and •. Mrs. I. R. Johnson, Miss : Monta' Hughes, Mrs. Leroy Wood Mrs. W. C. Garrigan, Miss Irene Crowder, Miss Mary Blanche Gay "Mrs.- Edith McCool, Miss Martha ". Robinson, R. N. Hill jr., Mary Adah ',' Robinson, Miss Hazel Sample, Mrs C. H. Hafl, Drs. Carl and Edn •'••' -Nies., ........ - ' Mrs. O. E. Keck/ Mrs.. Edgttr Borum, Mrs. Arthur Tliuckery, ' : MLss Ida Marie Sample- and Mrs. '•'.• Allan Walton. . . . '•''•'• •:. .Mr.' ana ..Mrs. Harry -Kirby, Mr. : and Mrs. Stbrf W. Kirby. pent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Allan Walton Is visiting In Memphis for several days as Iho nest of her daughter, Mrs. Berry i. Brooks Jr., anil family. . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphrey spent, Sunday In Memphis. BY SISTER MARY SEA Service Staff .Writer Game of various sorts. is In kcep- IiiB for Thanksgiving time'' and may even grace the Thanksgiving feast. Game birds, especially have a senson in most states 'and are available in the markets. Rabbits and squirrels are ' common game foods and can be 'cooked In many Inviting ways. Fricassee, stew, pie and roast all are poriulnr and easy to 'prepare: Venison, proticrtly • cooked Is one of the most delicious of the wild meals. Very easily digested, it Is a particularly suitable - focd for the convalescent. • . Although newly-killed deer has Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Oranjes, cercii cream, potato omelet, crisp toast milk, coffee! ' , LUNCHEON: Cream of tomal soup .croutons, sweet potato salad, whole wheat bread .and butter sandwiches, lemon pudding, cocoa. DINNER: ' Roast guinea her., browned pineapple rings, martinl- tiuc ]»tatocfi, creamed cauliflower, salad of endlve-celcry-grecn' pepper, flg pudding, mill:, coffee. The Baptist Missionary Union met al the church Monday afternoon with Mrs.' Oscar Bark'xlalc Bcsldlng. Three new members were •nrolled, Mesdames John Caughlej Waltr Evans a:id Herbert Pipkin. Mrs. M. I* Thompson and Mrs J. Marvin Cocke of Memphis wcr Bueste Friday of their sister, Mrs N. D. Ettls. Miss Belly CVandlcr, student a He'Hirix college, Conway, was th week-end guest of her sister, Mkt> Marian .Chandler. A. W Allen of Jackson, Miss., or rlvcd Saturday for a two iiiontl visit with his daughter, Mrs. W. T Reall and family. Miss Alice George vlsiled h parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. George Cairo, III., Sunday.' Mis, John Sullivan and small DOWAOIAC, 'Mich. (UP)--FO»'ls, 1 small pig». » n<1 other farm produce Boyhood Dream p» lrt '"J'^J.^t 1 ! •£*,* \ ANN HARBOR,' jdich. (OP) — Jvingitons Purchase Former Kleban Home Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Livingston, owners of the IJvlngston Grocery, nave purchased the former Kleban home adjoining the high school on Cickasawba- avenue. The six room house, v.'ilch has all modern conveniences including arcoia 1 licat, tiled bath *-lth shower,, breakfast room and pantry, has been newly decorated both on the oulsldc and Interior. Mr. and Mrs. Livingston also newly furnished their home completely. Dr. Joseph Ralston Haydett ftallz- ed a boyhood dream wlien President Roosevelt appointed him. Tit*-1 governor of the Philippine Winds. As a boy, Professor Hayden's interest In the South. Ben was aroused by tales 'of the Pacific teles. His dreams of living there were multiplied when he undertook a study of the Far Bast as a graduate student in Knox College and the University of Michigan*. As an exchange protenor anc newspaper correspondent he made three trips . to. the. Wands, in the. nine years preceding his appointment. a benefit event by the Xjee Memorial Hosp!t«>., with a net return of »475. " "• When Your Head Feels"Stuffy'.. Katherine Hudson, daughter of Hr. anil Mrs. A. O. Hudson, Is Jl'l from measles. Mrs. Joe, Stilts Diet at Home in Portageville Mrs. joe stilts, former, resident of this city and half-sister of Constable Harry Taylor, died Sunday al her home In Porlageville, Mo. Mr. and Mrs,.Taylor attended funeral services held in Portageville oday. sweet flavor it is 1'uite tough and must be allowed to hang from one to two weeks before cutting': Into Joints and steaks. This 1* known Mrs. R. P. Klrshner, Mrs. .RUE- as ."ripening': and IB . the way all sell Phillips and Mrs. James j H. b>cf is treated to make It tender. Bell were In Memphis yesterday.*; 'file mea(, of course must be kept Mmes. W.'J. wunderlleli, C'.ir- in 0 very •' ;' ence Vollmer, Fni-nsworth B(ai:k Jn selecting a cut, the saddle or and Baker Wilson, accompanied by i loin is considered the choicest ol Mrs. Karl Kroger, of Oklahoma I all.' Plenly of fal is' an' Indication City, Okla., spent yesterday In,of good cjuaUty. In fact, it can Memphis. •-....- ' hardly be'too fat. Mrs. Kwi Kroger,-of Oklahoma The saddle is usually roasted City, Okln, Is the guest' of her and' should be cooked rare. The parents, 'Mr. and Mm. ' W. A.:haunch also is often roasted, but 'To , The which Ctab Parties Wednesday Bridge has not met since Spring, will resume Its weekly par- attended ties this week with Mrs. James H. Memphis Black, for several days -while Mr. Kroger'.is attending to business in Detroit, Mich. Mr. Kroger accompanied her here .Saturday night. Before her' recent marriage Mrs. Kroger was Miss Anne Black of this- : clty.-"-- .,••-•—•-• t-1.~--<-. Mrs. J. J. Johnson and Mrs. O. |Shonyo were In Memphis Monday. Miss Neal Luckctt spent Monday club, I In Memphis, last Among those from this city, who the football game' In Sunday were Mr. and Bell as hostess. Instead of the .us- Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mi*s Minnie ual afternoon games it will be a Matthews and Frank Whitwortli luncheon club followed with bridge. Dr.. W. M. Owen, Fred Flceman The' cub has three new mem- Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Miss t usually is liked well done. Steak hould lie cut about one-half Inch hick nnd Is cooked like beef steak —broiled, pan broiled or fried. It s preferred rave. Any cut of venison is Improved ii allowed to stand In a marina do of oil nnd vinegar for several hours or over night before cooking. Cooking Venison The cooking of venison '>jccj different methods thjrti for • or- dinnry meat. Eithcr/'a ^saddle or haimch should be Carded or rubbed wtlh melted buJHer before putt 11 * ui tho oven,, Alter It has been In the oven .Mr about thirty minutes Tells Judge His Name Caused Too Many Jokes SEATTLE CUP) — Complaining that he was confused constantly In his business with other• people with the same name as his, Osmond Archbell Kyle Nutt had Superior Judge Chester A. Batchclor change his name to Archie Kyle. "Some of my friends-.alio; make - - - • They' sa>v Nutt; .Than hey add, 'Nuts to you,' and laugh," Kyle moaned. daughter, Betty, of Memphis, spent the week-end with Mr. Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Serbcrt Sullivan. Rev. and Mrs. James Randall ot Joiner were guesls Sunday of llcv. and Mrs. H. M. Lewis. Rev. John Caughley, pastor of the Baptist church, moved his family here the latter part of the week: Mrs. J. T. Polk of K£l$er and Mrs. Jj-H. Polk of Faycttevillc were guests Friday of Mrs. H. C. Davidson. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Gideon and Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Hili : Jr. .visited in niythcville Sunday. Among those from Wilson who will attend "Green Pastures" arc Mcsdamcs S. Cf Brandon, Eva El- klns, Carl Bird, H. M. Levvis.-OBaar Bnrksdale, C. O. Willi.ari-.sdn, Eva Kerlin, John Enochs. II. E. L. Wil- Richardson Baby Dies Funeral services were held Friday for Bettle Joyce Richardson, scven-morrSis-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rlcr.ardson. Interment was made at sandy Ridge cemetery. Tiie deceased is survived by her arcnte arid one sister, Patsy Ann. Read. Courier News Want Ads. jnke of my" name. 'Good morning, Mr. Wheel Rolled Half * Mile PORTLAND;' Mich. (UP) — A son. R. E. L. Wilson jr.. J. A. Merrill, W. P. WjJsOii and Herbert Sullivan, the/Misses Mary Wright anc Mildred.-''Frazlcr, Dr. James Fal and .flic Rev. H. M. Lewis. ' Joe Miller of Joiner Is In a crit icnl condition nt Baptist hospita! Memphis, where he underwent major operation la^l Thursday. Mrs. O. M. Hill lefl yesterday fo Lillle Rock where she is attendin the 58l!i annual convention of th wheel whlri ''broke from the front Grand chapter of Arkansas, Orde axle ali ••& car on highway near of the Eastern star. on highway hert) was recovered two hours lat- ef 'n half mile away. It was be- 'ileve to have rolled down one long hill arid completely over another. •Mr. and Mrs. J. L.- Pollard an Mr. and Mrs. Newton Perry ar moving to Helena today. Mrs. Herbert Pipkin of Blythe Co-Ed Correspond* Whh 112 Persons Over World HUNTIWGTOWN, W. Va. (UP) —A freshman co-ed In Marshall College here has 112 correspondents in 12 foreign countries and 40 states of the United 'States. Miss Inez Gilbert, Lanjdale, Pa. revelled that lier correspondents range from an eight-year-old boy : to a ffi- year-old -woman, and in : elude: a lawyer,, an actor, a banker, a nurse, and three each of artists, marines, sailors and radio announcers. She started the unusual correspondence April Fool's Day, 1921. None of the group are Apply Vick» Noje Drops— tnd again breathe ckarljl This new aid in preventing colds i> especial lydesigned for note and upper thro a I, where Use in time and avoid many colds altogether. 'ran OFVICKI PLAN FOt itfU* CONTIOl OF COLDS HEMOBRHOIDS (fttee) cured witbwt the knife. Skin cancer, v»rleoi«d wins, lon- «fl» renovtd uon-surflcallj. DBS. NIES and NIES Office 514 Hala Phone SB Osceola Society — Personal remphls, Tcnn., was quietly, sol- ° and b ' u n mnlzcd nt 8 o'clock Sunday mor- cran bcrries — The marriage of'Miss-Ruth Lynn J.11C C.UU lino tJiiti, ni-n ...~... , - . , , . bers, Mrs. John L. Flnley jr., Mrs. Julia .Carleton Sims, Charles Pcnn W 1 Wtmderltch aha Mrs. Clar- James Terry, .Harman Tnylor ence 'Vollmer. Mflx L °S (in ' Fa™" England. Joe Applcbaum has returned, fron T« Have Bingo Party ) I ^azoo City, Mis.i, where ho sgcnl There will be a bingo rfcrty the weekend wltli his parenjs,/ - •=•-••''-'-^HBr'..<>nd Mrs. E.^pr Blorncycr the sbelS"lSil of'the Immaculate spent Siiiicfly In 'Conception church. A turkey will be given as an attendance prize. B. Y. F. XI. Meaibws . To Hate a BabVKt There' will be a'banquet meeting of the B. Y.' P.'. U. council of the First Baptist'church" in the assembly room at 6:30 o'clock. The council is'"made up of officers, leaders and members who will •have a program following tho banquet before going Into a business session. » .» * Slant Night Postponed The stunt night, planned by Parent-Teacher association of Junior high school lor Thursday nlehl has been postponed until Friday night, December 1. - * * P. T. A.'s Receive Superior Awards. - Four Parent-Teacher association of this city have received award for superior work, it has been an nounced by Mrs. N. B. Menard, who brought the awards home from, th . state meeting in Hot Springs. Th •-Junior high, Senior, Central Ware and Lange groups received these certificates. The Junior high an Central groups will also receive 111 Child Welfare magazine for a year lor having sent in their member ship dues by November 1 Mrs. Menard, as stale summe round up chairman, was presented ' ' a-national award for this state having led in its group for the most . -vaccination during the summer . '•'• months. This v,?rrk jps led by Mrs. .-' "Menard with tin cooperation of all local groups and other P. T. A.'s throughout Arkansas. Hie licntf''should be reduced' anei the tii)rfe calculated from \thl» 20 minutes, '.to the ahH. Thus a four-poufid.' roast •oiild need one hour I and fifty inlrtutes for roasting. Game, Birds 'Garho birds' are .••(Socked. In < n number of ways and • wftiie.-te> nre usually: liked rare, care shmilt be taken -.that they are not too rare. <.'Th'o" smaller sized .ones ar broiled, cither whole qr : In halve and are- served on toast. The larg er ones are roasted like youn chickens nnd served In : much th same way. Of course any .size' cai be disjointed or cut in halves- an cooked en casserole. The usual savory stuffing USE rake of Osceola and',Mr. William [or donM , 5 t lc fowls is not liked 1 game birds. An onioii, apple, eel Watch! Don't Be Flim Flammed on Price or Weight! LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Start today lo pay Casli, the midem way to buy Eromirs. Just like a savings account, iitoii bcinj a slaie lo Credit and "Free Delivery." vi ooovunn Specif for Wednesday • Thursday wing. Dunlap of Ulclgley and few. uricopkei . . , cranbcrries — any of these > mate ing at the homo of the brides rials i8 japped hisitje the bird be nionU, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee {orc roa£ tinB to give flavor an Drake. The Rev. -R. C. Morehead r | cnncHi The onion or apple or pastor of the Methodist church, whatcvc j. (5 lise( i is not eaten but fficialed. Lj removed before serving. The bride wore a model of Bag- Guinea Hen icera crepe in vintage color. The Guinea hen, although not gown was self trimmed with puff- game blrd na a a "gamey" flavor cd sleeves above 11 long tight .fit- L nd is roas u.d like pheasant. An ing cuff which ended In a point onlon a {ew s ^\^ O f telery and over the wrist. It was ornament- two or j hrcc tablespoons butter cd with n single gold buckle at d roppc ,i inside cither guinea hen the wntst and with it she wore a Qr phc . as ^ n t'. before roasting gives, small cloth of gold hat 'and gold delicious flavor. Tho stuffing Is slippers. Her flowers were sweet- nol scrv td. heart roses and lilies of the valley ^^ s u Bn tIy fishy taste common in a shoulder bouquet. Leaving Immediately after the '- & G. 5 Limit With Othi-r Grocerieg. Giant -tor RRDTCVTATQES 17c Finest 3 Itoxes 10c PORK CHOPS Best Cuts I'd (i ad 15c l.u,l*lutc mui.vmaii:,} u"t. ii,v i . _,, . ceremony for i motor trip to New Wlcown. bolh of Etawah. w. Orleans, Biloxi, nnd other points married by Justice ol ll.c Peace on the gulf coast. Mr. and. Mrs. M. E. Sisco.. ; • ;• : Dunlap expect to return to Memphis early next week to make.their Mrs. Dunlap attended The Rev: D. I. Holt said the ceremony uniting In marriage Miss William-1 Myrtle Wlldmuu and Charlie Bnl- Wood' college, Fulton, Mo, follow- lard, both of Re rt Line. '' ' Ehner M.ii,« and M^S Francis Mr. Dunlap Is n Rracluatc of the Grlggs. bblh of Liuora, w Unlvcrslly of. Alabama and has rled. by t,hc Rev. C. E Woodlln. J Hare Banco Mrs. O. M. Morgan and Miss Mamie Louise Edwards were hostesses to other members of the Business and Professional Women's club last evening for a bunco parly at ihe Edwards, home. Prizes went to Misses Margaret Merritt for first honors, to Miss Cora Lee Coleman for the tow fiward and Mrs. J. G. Barnes for the traveling prize. All received handkerchiefs. - • . . * Has Circle Meeting. ' Circle i of the woman's missionary society of the First Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. / W. 'J. Pollard Monday afternoon 'when Mrs. Ira Gray was also hos- - tess. The, eight present made plans for a kitchen shower for Mrs. W. V. Womack, wife of the new pastor. Date pudding topped with whipped cream w« served with coffee • and. raited nuts. illLN\ t\HV^ iJn.i i &I1.U- •• j V— . . I . « ' '• ' U» been employed to wild ducks can be overcome by rubbing them with a cut onion and ] putting a few uncooked cranbcr Edward Bailey and Miss Myrtle rlcs in each duck when roasting for several years with the U. S. Engineers." "inbcd^-No.itdocsSt, ptit me to bed any more" CATSUP CRANBERRIES Large l't-0/. Bottte lOc Kill-More Pound lOc PORK SAUSAGE lOD'/c I'urc Pork Pound BANANAS Yellow. Fine Fruit round 5c COCOANIJTS I-arge, Fresh. Full-0-Milk Each 5c STEAKS I-ropi No. 1 K. C. liccf Hound or Loin. 1'otmri MUSTARD Marco Full Quart ,l;tr lOc TURNIPS M'iih Tops. Home Grown l?U!K'h 3c SALT MEAT Best Grade. " Lean. Strciik-0- 1'ound ft I •Ontario Plans HORC Works TORONTO, Ont. (UP)—A »-orks tutldlng program for Ontario, lo cost »3J,OOOJ»0 and to cmploj- 01.200 men. has been announced by Prime Minister George Henry and is likely to be pressed Into actual operation within \ trte next few •JKtte....... .. - • Thousands of women Lave Rained new strength, new health, new happiness, : Ly taking Cnrdui, used by women for over 50 years. Mariy who Buffeted miserable pain every month because they were- weak, run-down, found relief, when strengthened after taking Cardui. ( No need for you to suffcr.if your disoiaohs'arc such that, Cardui will help you as it baa helped so many other women. Get a bottlo from your druggist, today. MEAL 21-l.b. Sack 39c ORANGES Florida. Large 176 Size Dn^en 19c Fine for Cooking Pound SPARE RIBS IMcnly of Mi-al Found PEACHES Libby's N.o 'i Can 15c MARMALADE Crossc & Hlackwcll 1G-07.. Jar 29c CHEESE 1'liiladclphia Cream 2 Tackl 15c COFFEE Sunnv Brook Pound 25c LARD Host Compound. 100'r 1'ttre Cottonseed Oil. 1'ounil Kolinsky Squirrel Beaver Badger Blue Fox Silver Fox Civet Cat Wolf DRESS SALE Frocks JOT All Occasions $39.50 and $35 Dresses $22.95 $2^50 and $25 Dresses $19.95 $19,|fl Dresses $1195 n - $16JO Dresses $12.95 $12.95 and $10.95 Dresses $650 and $5.95 Dresses $3.95 Sale of HATS All Ntw Styles 49c $1.00 Hats $1.95 Hats •Miss Whitsttt's Thanksgiving SALE of COATS "DRESSES AND HATS , _ ' ? I . f -• THE SALE YOU ALWAYS WATT FOR! 10 BIG DAYS STARTING WEDNESDAY A SALE of COATS Embracing the newer style trends . . . the favored fabrics . . . the finer furs ... the most-popular colors ... at unusual savings. $75 Coats $5195' $65 and $59.50 Coats $49.95 $4950 and $45 Coats $34.95 $39.50 and $35 Coats $24.95 $29.50 and $25 Coats $19.50 $19.50 Coats $14.95 $16.50 Coats $12.95 $1 3.95 - 2.95 $1.95 Hat» . 1 - .3*f* Evening Frocks and Wraps '•"• ' *—^ .*r-.»- arn Khntt'll ill MlOrL Entrancing frocks for evening hours . Satin, Crepe and Taffeta . . . trimmings of Heads, Metal ornaments, Sequin anu Crystal, HViinestonos and Mirrors. $10.95 to ?19<50 The Wraps arc shown in and finger-tip lengths... .fash^ loned of yc'.low. green, orange, black and ciimsnn vel<-rt. §12.95-and 819.50 SLIGHT CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS MISS WHITSITT'S

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