The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 1, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 1, 1934
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PAQJt*0 BLTTHEVILLg, (ABt.) COUBIEB KBW8 MONDAY, JANUARY Look to "Palace on the Rocks" ; .Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Eastern Star order, Mnsonic Hall, 7:30 P. M. v WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Current Events club meeting with Mrs. Eton W. Kirby, 7:30 p.m Delphian Fine Arts club meeting at HoM Noble at 9:30 a.m. Club fell Reorganize At Sip»efr Dance Tonight. The Kill Care ciub, a group of married couples which once lincl iiipper dances at the Woman's club,' win bo reorganized nl an affair to be given this evening a !he Woman's clul. Supper will be seired at 7:31 o'Oock with dancing to begin a' 9 o'clock. A )ocai orchostr.i VII play. ', All members of the club nre giving" the affair, instead of Jus Mr. : and Mrs. L. L. Ward, whc were announced Saturday ns hos and hostess io a dance. Have >"«w Year Dancing Party Mr. and Mrs. Pat O'Bryanl en tertained 1 60 - guests with a part, at,the- Hotel 'Noble with dancing beginning at midnight In cclebrat ion of. the arrival .of the new year Among the out of town guest were Dick.Berry of. Memphis, (hel houseguest, Mr, H nnd Mrs. Job Rider,, of Memphis. Misses lively: Lloyd and Joan Holtzhouscr. of S Ixmis, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Os car Bailey, and Miss Lorelle Lamb Music was furnished by R. Hill jr. • * * Anttonl 4H Clab Elects Offlcirs Miss Margaret Priiilt was dec' ed president of the Armorel Boy and Girls 4H club for 1934 In meeting also attended by Miss Cor Lee Coleman and S. D. Carpcntc county agents. Other officers nan ed were: Weldon Ross, vice pros idenl: Miss Eileen Hogan, seer taVy and treasurer; Miss Aim Kathryn Hill, reporter. • • ' • Entertain for Guest Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Gee ha an .informal "Drop In", party Ha urdiy .evening at the country ch for'their niece,'Miss Virginia Vln . yard, of Cape Girardeau, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Olio KochtHzl assisted them in entertaining ni in; the serving of cokes, candi mid punch. The marriage of Miss Fron . Williams, bo Jiy Helen Wclshimcr Tl' I sliiiiilil light (lie caiulli.'slii'ks, Ami wear tny yellow I'roi k, Aiul piil sonic golden lulips in My shining, ii:n k luown nnck— II'" I should buy :i I'roslnl c;ike And lirc-w (lie \va until. Us fli'ouulic I'lvifiraiice cliiiiljcd Across llic window-sill— AND ifl Icflllic tiirlaiiis wide, Do j'on s»)i|ios(.' licM sec Tlial I'm ilrc.siicil up for lumiKiny, Ami come to call on me? SISTER MARYS KITCHEN Irish Is Up! of : .Le«crjville, .occurred In'• .Ihls'-'clty SaUiroay, December 23, with the Rev; J. Blufford Caldweil performing the ceremony. .» * * Downlnr-Cody Miss Mary Cody and J. V. Downing, both of Manila, were united in marriage In this city hy the Rev. J. W. Moore. Snyder-m'oodhouse Announcement has been made of. the marriage of Miss Wilmn Woodhouse and Jesse Snydcr, both of" Armorel. Justice R. L. ^^c- Knight performed th^ cereinonj Saturday, December 23. BV SISTKk JIA11V IS'EA Sen-Ire SfalT Writer If you have yoll:V of eggs loft fiom cakc-niaklng you cnn siivc (hem from going Io waste by innk- ing up a batch of noodles. Noodles always are a valuable addition ' to _ the enicrflciicy sln;!f. but the home ?\mado onl-s csr.ecl-il!y are consld L- E., . % .-/>>.•.*-,-- .', . , Eillinyj-Cook Miss Violet Cook and Monroe Billings, both of Manila, were united in marriage by the Rev W. H. Horn, of that city. • » • Price -Cl»ny 1 Announcement has been made o: the marriage of Miss Elsie Clarrj and Hoyat Price, both of Huff man. The Rev. W. V. Womnck paslor of the First Mcthodis church, officiated. . s . ha,- been made o ' trie; marriage of Miss Kathcrine Heed and Lucian Broom, both o! Manila. The Rev. J. W. Moore the ceremony December \l-.[ :•.••• eofton-Flcck. j|liiss Nora Mae neck and Had- WJ! H. Bolton, both ot Senath, ijq'n were united in marriage by tftt: Rev. W. V. Womack, pastor of the' First Methodist church, '.i! • » » KJckejr-Bradltv. 'The marriage cf Miss Vernia Bradley and J. L. Rickey, both ol Cardwell, Mo., occurred December 16/ : Justice W. W. Yopp performed the service. jvtioft "they" are 'well made. Since it ihkus bill Utlle inorc time to make enough for several meals, ndd one or two whole eggs 'to Increase Hie quari- tll-y and quality ol the noodles One tablcsjxxm water is added for each egg yolk. Needle soiip inn>:c.i n splendid winter luncheon divh. Or noodles cut in liny straw-like lengths add n.uch to the cup of dinner con- i-eTOijie or bouillon. When noodle. 1 - icri\ served : .l!i the clear dinner .'Mjp. thej; :.i)ioi)UI be boiled ii sr.itcd wat'cV and drained before cdding Io -'the prepared meat stock. A imocl!e ling Til'ed with creamed meat or fish mal-.L-s a delightful parly luncheon di.-h. A platter of friec ncotiles garnished with halves of hard cooked eggs and served with a smuolti cream saucu is iiivirltiB and nourishing and can be milckly and easily prepared for nny emergency supper or luncheon. Noodlis Three egg yolk". 1 3 tablcs|K)on5 water, .'poons salt. 2 2-3 irbout). '• Beat yolk.s of ccgs. water Hilly Lawshe relumcii today to Niuiliilllc, 'J'enn., v.-hrre tie atttndu Vamlcibilt iniivcrsitj. 13r. nnd Mrs. M. O, Usrey liave turned from u brief htay In iinWon, Als. The Jlev. Bunk G. Smith, D. D., returned to Ills- home In maha. Neb., n/lcr spending hrlsimns with Ills daughter, Mrs. . I-'. Klrshner. and family. Miss Edna Knln Halo ret«rm.'d duy to Hut Sprliib's, where she a member of I he high soliool iculty, after t|x:r.(llng the holl- nj'S at home. Arthur Hufihing hus ixien fiuitc I for several tlayj from a niii'le. Mr. nntl Mis. Karl Koonlz, of niton, ^7b., arrive i 1 Saturday af- to sjiend the New Year's oliday with Mrs. Koontz's mother, Irs. E. M. Bryant and dflugh- •r, Miss Ellen. Ben Levy. Jr., vlio attends (lie nlversity of Illinois ill Chnm- agne, siwnt the ii'eek-enil with is fathci-. He is In Memphis for ho holidays wilii his sister, Mrs. illton Allenbcrg, and family. • E. It. Mn.«on. H-l-.c lias been ill t the Memphis Baptist hospital cr more than Ihrco weeks, its exacted to bu brougiit home today. Jc «•))! be accoDij-nnled by Mrs. Ir.son and T. o. Seal. While Mr. Inson Is yet very Jll lie Is great- Improved niui his recovery LS •ow pinctlcally iisiiired physicians ay. Spiirjjcon Palfer&on, of Birmlng- iam. Ala., who Is spending -the lolldays here, will attend to busi- icss in Martin, Term., tomorrow. Mr. mid Mis. VJrsIl Orcene hsrt fts 'their guests yeslti'day Mr. and Irs. Earl Qiiinn and Mr. nn<! Mrs. Mclvin Siwck, of Osccolii. Mrs. E. C. ration and two sons, of Newport, are guests of Mr. 'Alton. They are staying at : the .;ome of Mlnyard. Wiley Williams, ville. Mo., terdny. and Mrs. W. H. of Canithers- wns In the city Miss Vlrgitii.i Vlreyard returned .o her home In Cape Girardeau, Mo., yesterday after .spending v;cek with her uncle and aunt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett B. Gee. Misses Evelyn Lloyd and Joan Holtzliouscr, of St. Louis, were guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar i'and ilLis Lorelle La'mb.Tfo'r Jro$s*Ruffing Requires Careful Advance Plannii: Contract. Problem South plays this band at six diamonds. Even though West <lo«sn't lead a club, huw can declarer maVe hie von- i tract! 4 A. K Q 1 ! * 10 S 4 10 65 3 *KJ9 V AQ10 1 3 2 #J 2 + 872 4, r, 3 2 V s G 4 AKQ9 53 Solution IB next Iisue. l Solution to Previous Contract Problem BY WM. E. Mi'KtNNEY don't ociicvc thai even the A None V A 10 7-5 3 • A 5 5 3 * A Q 0 3 Duplicate—N. and S. vitl. Opening lead—4 Q. South, West North IV 14 Double l'.'s:i 2 4> 1'ass 2 4t I'iisi 3 4 Pass f V 1'asB eood player pays enough attention to a cross-ruffing hand. Before starting to cros'-ruff a hand, you must analyze it completely. You cannot loo!: alicad slmplv Ic establishing a card in a certain suit, but you must 'figure what is going to -happen right down to the 12th ai»d 13lh tricks. Today's hand is an example. It was played in the finil seuion of the national open contract pair championship -event rif the national 'tournament at Cincinnati. South, by bidding three suit 1 ;, showed his partner « five-four- four -distribution. With this information, -North •correctly took his partner to six odd. The Play West's opening lead was the queon of diamomh, which South won with the ace Now the de- oiarer, before .piaying to the next rick, could see that two losing ismonds could be discarded on lie ace and king ol spades. Howver, that meant Chat three clubs n -declarer's hand -must be ruffed. Would tfcis..-be possible without an If the marital romance o/ Prinee .Alexis Mdtvatil and. his American- fcom Princess, the former Barbara Hulton, goes on the rocks, all It will mean is that the titled couple ha,<; bought from Frince-Willlarivot Sweden the picluresquc cliff castle (below) overlooking the Mediterranean near Monte Carlo. The Mdivanis are shown (top) in their latest photograph together as they appeared at the opening of the Metropolitan Opera in New York. Moody Child Dies Phila. Night Schools week-end. SaniuL 1 ! Landrnin drove to Colleen Moore, wliom you see hove, usi-rt to bo Mich ;i nice, cl,-!—mild «mit iitiaMc ami :ill Iliat. Wellj ;*c's still as Jilco nK over, but Klic's :i fifililer no\v :ni[l luiiipy at it. Rlic'l! net only in (lie. I'icliires she nnm-oruSi ]icuccforllii- whole egg. [ ) 1-2 ten-1 deep hot ol! or 1st. cups flour Drnlii Ihdv Holly Springs. MiEE.. Sunday to ul the, day. Mrs. UiiKlruni nc- ccmriaiiied him home after having tpent it week thorj with relatives. Mrs. Charles F. Wood has rc- li'rnccl limiti' from Canither.svillc, Me,., where she s\vni the holidays with rrlnllvcs. Tlic Uev. and Mrs. H. J. Kleln- fliDiist and children arrived home Saturday from at. Louis where I hey spent Christmas week with relatives. Miss Jo Pir.klcy has returned 'voni Clnrcndon. Ark., aftci a week's visit. Frank SkeltMi, who lives in the Pride ad'iliion. who broke his leg recently while boxing with his son, is improving nicely. Miss Freddie Bllheimer, of Memphis ,is spending the New Year holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie n. David. Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Dillalumty and two daughters have returned from Canton. O., and other points where they spent the holidays. Clayburn Harold Moody, two year old son of Mr. and Mrs*. T,cc Moody, died »t four o'clock ycs- lerday at the lamily home on South Division street. He had been ill only a short time. Funeral scn'iccs were held this morning at 10 o'clock. Interment was made at North Sawbu cemetery. The Cobb Under taking company wa.s in charge of funeral arrangements. The deceased is survived by his parents nnd a twin brother. Appeal to Grown-Ups PHILADELPHIA . (UP) — NigiV schculs. where Brlitlts may spo'nc heir leisure time in studying al lost any, desired course, are bein onducled 1n six junior hlgi chools here. No fees are charget Ihc courses include gymnastics codwoiklng, ,mcti.!working, me himical drawing, dramatics, Ger nan. French, Spanish, mathemal cs. English for beginners and ad •nnccd students, art. sculptui ccoktng, sewing an-:; music. .. O cr-Scabau.»;li. Hiimouncement har been made of^the marriage ct Miss Erma Seabaugh and Cnrl A. Ncswanw.. tQlh of Cape Girardeau, MO. The Key.. S. M. Watson officiated. Grave -Armstrong. •Miss Lovella Armstrong and H B.'',Graves, both of Slccle, Mo were ' united in marriage Frldas December 15,. by Justice Osca Alexander. t: ' • • » AEhabnciMT -Williams. A marriage license has been is Eiied to Miss Victoria Williams an Joe Ashabranner, both of Manila. - • * * Sicveiuon-CtMwril. ; A marriage licence has been is tued to Miss Sallfe Caldwell an Fred Stevenson, both of th city.. and use. BREAKFAST— Halves of grape and i fruit, cereal cooked with dates •r.oic egg until truro'.ighty blcnci- ' cream, cinnamon rolls, milk, cof- it Add salt and enough Mltfd i itc. uiir to make a ver.v slilf doiigli.; LUNCHEON— Frlct! noodles in Lncati well on .lolding board. a lightly ilourcrt , cream sauce with hard cooked Divide into six I n - gSi puiupn-iilckel, salad of cel- •*rtsjitK^roll^cach part as thin as | , ry cabbage and p ! mcntoes. apple DINNER—Sfillsbir.y sle.-ik. mash- Cover with a clean tour;! ncl let, stand for 50 minutes. Roll hkc any [erf ix >lntoos, riwira«l onions" on- his fnm ll>'- She will Rttcnrt school very thin dive salad with French dressing I'" Memphis. 11 n-i,^ r»n., i ntti sheet separately tlly roll and cut in . -ilces. Shake out riiccs nnd toss j <•!.inbeiry and piuir. pie, milk ishlly on l>oarU to dry. WhcnLrcc. horciighly dry, sti'rc in covorcfl! „_ ars or boxes for Mill Town Items Mrs. Effie Eason and daughter Juanita. onrt Bob Eason, returned last Tuesday from a few days visit with relatives in Memphis. Miss Opal Bradford has gone to spend the winter In Memphis with her brother, Lester Bradford, and Therapeutic Pools Follow F. D. R.'s Design HARRISBURG, Pa. (UP)—Ther- aj>ei;lic exercise pools, lor treatment of the secondary stage o! infantile pnrnlysis, have bceu installed at Pennsylvania's Mont, Alto and Crcs- son SanatoiTums. Each will comniociate about 12 iwrsons. Couslrnctcd under the direction of the State Secretary ot Health Dr. Theodore B. Appel. the pools follow the general plan of cnuip luent used in the therapeutic ex jerctsc pools at Warm Springs, Oa vlilch were erected under the di rection of President Roosevelt. Similar facilities are being plan led for the Slate Hospital fo Crippled Children at Klizabclhtowr: cook 20 minutes in bolllnc! GHtSOU A'CIOS NoteS n:cal broth or salted wnicr. It:! calculating quantities II is worth i Owen SlanfieW and Tommy :ceping in mind that one egg or j w «<xly spent Christmas In Ccrio ts equivalent of one egg yolk and' Gordo. Tenn. make-1 Judge and Mrs. E. C. Spcer and tablespoon water enough noodles to s-erve lour pcr-j dr.nghter Janice of Braggadocio. cons with a BMICIOUS amount ol i.oodlc soup. Mr - . Mrs. H. A. Boone. nr.ti - . . . . n. i Ml ' s - Susan Boone of near Cnrnlh- ciovllle spent Christmas with the The Rev. llarvc McFndden spent the holidays with J. B. Cunningham and Aubrey Bradford. Mr.'. Ethel Cooper and ha by. Mable Beatrice, spent Wednesday with Mlssr Florence Cumiinghnm. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Cumiliig- ham and children have moved to the Wilson farm near Denton. Little Holwrt Hucy is sick. Mrs. Ethel Cunningham nnd children and Mr. and Mrs. Union l.awson and children of here nnd Jlr - nnrt ilrs - Frank Weaver of Instead of cutting the drm-h fnmil >' of W. E. Taylor. I Slccle siwnt the holiays with Mr. Ir.lo strips It can bf cut in two-1 Mr - « ntl Mrs Jim Young had as!"" ri Mrs - D( *k Weaver ot near inch squares and used to make; H 1 ™ P, llcsts Christmas their mr.r- Gibson. • . ' -"•* -'—-•• ' ""• ^' "—iy of Huffman t meat very salt and pepper and parsley or onion finely minced. Add one unbeaten egg and mix well. Add milk if necessary to make moist enough to s'.ick together. Fill squares of noodle dough with prepared meat mixture and draw corners toscthcr. Dampen edges with a little cold water and press firm- 1 , » :,. '-"•'• ' anti Meri Hughes and from :i have returned week's visit with relatives In Alabama. Miss Vivian Ray and Miss Kathleen Fisk of Strele spent Friday with Miss Minnie Elizabeth Taylor. The Gibson's Women's club held Raines Baby Dies Funeral services v-:ere held yesterday for Thomas Nccly Ttaisics II months old 10.1 ot Mr. srtd Mrs. J. C. Raines, who died Sat- vrdny afternoon at the family honu near Holland, Ills death was al Inbutcd to pneumonia. ' ;<J&Uim,AND, Kan. (UP) — WofTV fatty Pitts opened a can of atoes 'she not only found to, .oet • but also a gold ring, .set riffi Svriuby'_ and "two pcarb. it . : w»s tellcved a packer accidentally ^dropped the ring at a canning fac- !y. Drop into boiling salted water •r meat broth and boll 20 minutes.| ils Usl mccth-.g "of"Vo33""n-idTv Tllp Rcv - ^ IK S'"'»z oflieHtcd Serve in n hot platter and ganiishj aftcrncoii. Mre. Med liiighw and! 1 " tho services ani 1 Intcvmcnt was i Mrs. Lc-ster Cecil arc to make mil 1 '- 1:1(lc at Cwtcr cemetery. ol parsley. To prepare noodles for chow; a n-ein. sprinkle 2 lahlespooas salad arc to roll call pt<Knm f „,- the ,v iver-ru'B-? The declarer's thoughts ran along these lines: West had bid partts. Not holding the ace or king, he must have al least five spades. He had opened the queen of diamonds-mils 'did not took -like i singleton diamc-nd. because, it West *prc short in a suit, it trump would defeat the declarer's 'contract. Therefore, there was only one chance of making the hand, and that was to cross-r'jff it out. The rlub finesse would not have tu be taken, unless East rhowed up with only one spade, in which case it might be necessary to finesse the dub to get rid of the. losing diamond in dummy. Declarer's profx;;- play was to j return the small diamond ?in in dummy with (he West now was marked with one more diamond. Tii5 ace and king ^ cf spades were played and when'; East followed to both, the dsclar-'J er discarded two diamonds. He now returned a small cluD and refused to take the finesse, S going up with the ace and return- ~jj ing a small club, which he ruffed in dummy with the three ot; hearts. The seven of diamonds; v.-as returned and declarer ruffed FJ with the deuce. The six of clubs was played ana.- r,iffed In dummy with the four oti hearts. A small spade was turned and, when East discarded.'' the jack of clubs, he was market's' «:lth four hearts. Therefore, the declarer trump-'il eO, returned the queen of clubs.vj and trumped with the jack of $ hearts in dummy. East was fore- .:f ed to overtrump, and. while the. = declarer was forceO to lose one J heart trick, his contract was made. 'Copyright, "1933, NBA Service,Inc.) RICH HILL. Mo IUP) — This town is without a negro resident for the first time in 50 years. Sam Walls, 86, the only colored person probably was Tiearls. To pick up in town, has died. VAPOROB TONIGHT! VICKS PiAX FOR BETTER Control Pl«n in each Vicks package) CONTROL OF COLDS TAKE A RUSE'S WORD ABORT TRE MOBTH WASH TOR SHORLD BE 8SING Any nurs" can tell you ol cases where fearful consequences resulted when iwo- plc used some- i ttiing less cE- ' f ectlvc than! what a doc- • lor or dentist i would use.) Lead i n g den- • _ lists regard! " -^• B "- the use of! month washes so important that il.ey are prcscribin.; a formula they) iifllievc to be necessary to actually give people the healthy condition the inoulh and th- oat must have tc avoid trouble. By using the same prescription. yon can be sure when yon use it for the Important duty ot removing harmful germs from the mouth and throat, it Is really removing them. Yon can get It atj your own drug stoic by simply raking for Prescription Mouth' Wash. It Is alwav; to be had at Bell's Pharmacy ?r.d Kirby Bros., Distributors. —Adv. 6 • yrar . whi( .,, win bc arrc ,, Ucd 01 . 01 over one iwmd noodles and rt-Jectrd by Mic cluh at its next ;;tcam. fifteen minutes, lifting noo- meeting. Krldnv January 5 ties carefully with a fork In order Mr . and Mrs. V I, niackwcll tc- separate well. Spread on moM- J and the laltcr's mother. Mrs Anna ing board anrt let cool. Then fry. Smith, are vlsltln<? relatives in until crisp and a tolden brown. In Tennessee. • j U O. Moss Undevlnking Mas in charge of funeral arrangements. Tlie deceased is .-.urvivcd by, be- sic"es his parents, feur sisters and Irothers. Head Courier News Want hit. ll^MORHIIOIDS (Piles) cur. ed without the knife. Vart- rosed voir. removtd non- surgically. I)RS. NIES and MES Office 5U Main Fhone 8!) Do Modern ^ Wives Care— when "the Other calls up? On the very nighl thai Gypsy —wife of n monlli—moved inlo her new home, a mysterious woman called her husband Tom. It was ihcn lhal Gypsy discovered siie could be jealous. And jealousy led (o— Here's liul one of the liumnii inlcr- csl sitimlions in ;l Ile \v slory lhal strikes courageously nt Hie siiallow blamlatxls of sinarl socicl}-. MARRIED. FLIRTS i Beginning Thursday, Jan. 4lh in Ihc Courier New* I h.

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