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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 10, 1938
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PAGE TW<? BLYTHEViLIvI'I (ARK.) COUUIKR NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY 10,. 1938 Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS D. A. R. meeting at Hotel No- jle, one p.m. The business girls' circle of the ^irsl Baptist church is meeting al he church at 7:,3Q o'clock. Mrs. Joe G. Trieschman having L'oimg Matrons Bridge club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting Kith Mrs. J. Nick Thomas. .WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Chapter "D" P. E. O., meeting vitli Mrs. 13. A. Lynch, one p.m. parties' Bible class. Church ol Christ, meeting with Mrs. Btifonl 1 Martin, 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Harry Kirby having Weil-1 .icsday Bridge club. THURSSDAY'S EVENTS U. D. C. meeting with Mrs. M. Pitztimiuons. 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Cicil Stenc entertaining' Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. Everett B. Gee. Mrs. Charles L. Wylie having Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. W. C. Garrigan enlortaUi- ing Thursday Afternoon dub. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. J. E. Ilnsson. FRIDAY'S EVENTS El.-itwl mceUnj! O, E. S., 7:30 p.m. Dcrcas Sunday school class, First Baptist church meeting at church. 2:30 p.m. n . — — - n I FLAPPER FANNY ' By Sylvfa I M Cd'«. I?J> B>f NEA StfcVlCE.lW. T, M. fiCC U.S. Ptf.Cff "• • ' • • n Kcyal Neighbors To Elect Officers Members of the Royal Neighbors will meet with Mrs. Harry Ogle tonight nt 7:30 o'clock at which time the annual election of olti- cers will be held. * • * Celebrates Birthday Members of P. M. Hurst's family and several friends were guests at a dinner yesterday noon nt his fconjc in honor of Ills OSlli birthday. Included in (he gucits was his brother, Jake Hurst, and Mrs. Hurst, of Tiptonvillc, Term. * * + B. P. P. Club Meets The B. P. P. Club met Wednesday til Die home of Miss Piggy White. Miss June Workman presided at the short business session which preceded the social meeting. The Stcele-Cooter Holland Society—Personal Won't Summer Ever Come! Joint Installation of officers In the Steelo and llaytl Royal NclBh- l;ci:i lodges were held at Hie luill I Tiicsrtny nlsjlit. Officers Installed were: Elsie Burger, Oracle; Mablc Stanflcld, vice Oracle; Molllo Man- Ling, Past Oracle; Unj Campbell chaplain; Bom-ban Smith, record| or; Itulli Patterson, receiver; Lola Stewart, inarshall; Lcla Weaver, Inner sentinel; Mandy Beedlngs outer sentinel; Molllo Polk, Hag- bearer; Byron Eaver, Ltutlc Ray', and Bessie Dupcck, managen i Ruth Smothers, Faith; Mae Sev| trn, Courage; Mary Zahner, Mod-.' c<ty; Nellie Moad, Unselfishness; Olllc Wilson, Endurance. Ruthl £m< there, miuicltin, .1. B. Me- 1 Daniel, physician. I ' " ' '« \Vord has been received here of! 5 Ihc death of Richard Arltn, In fnnt son of Mr. and Mrs. Bailey I Campbell at their home in Hlgh- ' ley, Arli;. The baby had been rsick since birth, Rcc. 3rd. The family formerly lived here. BUEFSTEfiK PIE lug iwmtcr, 4 lableipoons shortening, 1-2 teaspoon salt, l cup milk. Mix ami sift dry ingredients, cut, in shortening ant! add the liquid. Roll out on a floured hoard to lit the pic. £ ",';|IL. won't pay «s! Then we'll jiibt shovel it ri|.;ln b:icL I'm nut gonna work (hat haul iur iiothiu'." flu., and. points of Alabama. They home management, Mrs. Im Jones; cral)s - hospilnl. arc moving into Ihelr new home,11011]try ami recreation, Mrs. J. C.\ BBS H Mr. and Mrs. Olho Stanfleld announce- the birth of n 7'.i- po>mct daunhtor at their homo Tuesday. Elvis MeCann and Rob Rushing visited the lattcr's brother, Ralph Rushing, at the Oartley-Ramscy hcspltnl In Memphis Thursday af- i (crnoon, Sid Chandler accompanied (hem and entered the Vet- Eiibanks. A demonstration on soybean cookery and Boston brown bread | -i-\, m . wcro 1D mcl ,,ijcrs present at 1217 Chickasawba nvcinio tu- nislit. Mirs Bab Bond hns returned to her home nt Murion nflcr liiw- »i>r Riven by Miss Coleman. Thc| at Ul hi" been tho guest o( Miss Mnr-lchili ailjoiirned to meet again the garct Sliavor, for the week end. first Tucsdiiy in Fcbruiiry. Mrs. Farnsu-orlh Black, who Imi, Dyeas Personals visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Turner nt Mnrion, Here's a sports outfit calculated to make you wish for summer or rash .to balmy southern climes. Fine wool flannel lit snowy white is used for cool comfort in the beautifully tailored playsuit. 1'hc well-out shorls are In one piece with ihc classic shirtwaist top and clear crystal buttons arc smart nt the front closing of the blouse and across the front of the wc!l-nttccl waistband. Cold Night, Hungry Man, Beefsteak P i c Make Good Trio BY MRS. GAYNOK MAUDOX NBA Service Staff Writer Cold nights make men Iniiujry. Bt?efs(cak |>ie makes men agreeable. Chuck beef wliicli has been boned makes the food costs slav in their lowly place. Put all these three thoughts together and yon have excellent food for thought, and dinner. > This recipe comes from the chef in charge of all food for several well known medium priced restaurants throughout Ihc country. He reports that men want beef despite Us high costs. So he had to think up good beef dishes which use the less expensive cuts. He reports, and I have no reason to doubt him. that Ihis reci|>c turned out to be the most successful with men diners. Beefsteak Pie Family Style <4 to 0 servings) One pound beef (chuck beef af- 1 lor foiling), 1-2 teaspoon paprika. 1 teaspoon salt, one pinch of pepper, 2 tablespoons shortening. 1-2 cup chopped onions, 1-2 cup tomato puree. 2 pieces, of celery, pinch of thyme, piece of a bay leaf, one spria of narslcv. 2 cm Bower birds of Australia build playhouses and decorate them with sticks, picked flowers, bones, and shells. The different species of these birds show varying preferences in color schemes. The greatest fingerprint file in America is that at Washington, D. C. Stalled in 1924 by J. Edjjar Hoover. It had as Us nucleus, lin- Eerprints taken from federal prisons. DO Autlin, Ttxjs — Mis. Fritz I..i<ueiiif, 2202 (;:ir- iltrl Si., ills: "I II.T! linrdly iiny s t r c n y t li. : scarcely ate iLiiylliiri^, ]i:nl i lost weight, 3i"l f^tt mi*(.olden Ilisrovny aLtil soon rtlishciL my ninl strength and fell ^ K'tod as t-vtr." (>cl l)iis Medical Discovery LII ulltts ur I at your drug store today. tscn-ill from Influenza for several days at her homo, is now able to )c up. Mrs. M. A. Ijaaco and (laugher. Betty Brooks, were in, Para- ;cukl Saturday for Ihe funcnil of Mrs. alary Elizabeth Thornc, ofi city. sen'cd refreshments before the girls played games. Bits of News •> Mostly Personal Miss Margaret Shaver Is Society Reporter A soil 1 was iKirn Monday. Jan- . , uary a. to Mr. mid Mrs. Claude J^*'"™- .« Curler, at. Ihc Dycss hospital. Tlie buby. who weighed 10 pounds, was named Miiuuel Hay, Mir.s \ronc Hnr-nwcll. leachc-r i'\ •IhD Dycss high school, \vns Ihc Rotary club this week, l L. Harbert. of Hlylhcvlile, Ihc only visitor. Talks were Manila Society — Personal working at a gin nt Stecle, was removed to his homo there yesterday after having been at the Bly- thcvills hospital. Mrs. J. \V. Widnci-, route 1. has been dismissed from the Blythc- ville hospital. Poplar Bluff, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jordan and. (laughler, Jill. Mrs. Belle King of Ashcville, N.| C., is visiting her sisler, Mrs. John Frame and oilier relatives. Honor Biiost at a surprise blrthdnyl , Ml . ss a.!' lc IR . Lowls of breakfast. Saturday, January 'Ihe center or tho table was cicco Tern Lewis of Cooler. - tt'c holidays with E. H. Robertson iitul family of the Brown Spur community. They were accompanied by Mr. Robertson and Mr. and .Mrs. Homer Kobertsoti. Laura Ellen Swain, daughter of and Mrs. Charlie Swain is illness from trouble. Koxie nuth, daughter of Mr. and 1 " 0 - improving from »n _ of Mr. and Mr.; . |, in i, ellza nnd ki[ | ncy rated with a birthday cnkc. Be-' Ncwberry JolniKon and Roy Har-' Mrs / A . w _ g mllUi who istl |' wilh MI.-.S Marynrel Shaver, -dmigliler'skies the cnl:e, which was the gifi"' lcr lctu ™™ "° mc lllp . lat { cr I'"!' 1 inniiciKa in the home of Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shaver.! of Mrs. Roy Penncll, Miss Bhrn-j °'J£° "™ , a .;' c .''.,_ ! ' "*!„.. .„."_ Mrs. Gus Smith, is reported to be Icdny joined 1 the Courier News well received many gifts- staff-as society reporter. She sue-! Vcrncll Jobnslon, daughter cccds Miss Be-micc Chilian, who Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnston, was I hoiv ferula and Arizona, going I K.I11IK iKUl III l/.Ullil, jJULHj; 1,'iIK.U- Ijmjl-f; < 0 jj ially to fittend the Hose Bowl; gamp i ' (v;,. improving. recently resigned. guest nt a luncheon {jiveu at Pasadena. Miss Eva Alibrittoi) . and Mrs. William ..Edwards .have, moved into an apartment .at Miss (he home of Mr. and Mm. Deau Mr. and Mrs. A. Wallace spent Sunday in Memphis wilh Mrs. Wallace's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Harbert and Eon, Hugh jr.. have returned from St. Louis rind points of Texas, where they spent the holidays. , Neal Goodman of Memphis, and son, Bill,, who is a student at Ihe Georgia School of Technology ii Atlanta, spent the \veek end here as guests ol Pat O'Bryaiit, Sam uel F. i\orr:j and Earl Buckley. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chapin, for itierly of iiere auu more rcccntli of JonesSoro, have returned hero and will make their home at J20 Dougan aveuuc. Mr. and 'Mrs. Mnit Monaghan were in Memphis Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy. Billy Eltlridge, fon of Mr. arid Mrs. Eaker Wilson, spent the week cud in Memphis with relatives. Mrs. Paul Grecnwcll. who underwent a major operation last Tuesday at the St. Francis hospital, Cape Girardeaii. is steadily improving. Mr. Grccnwell returned home Friday night alter having been witli her. Miss Alice Whit.sitt and E. B. Lyman, accompanied by Mrs. War- Miss Shaver, a graduate of by the seventh grade of the junior) . Arllc WcIEC °' New Orleans, Ln.j Pierce. lytlievillc high school, received high scbol. Friday. She, with her ln ™ IKC " ,,,! 81 ,, tormcrs Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Ballard left :r higher education at Christian parents, will leave soati to nink-et I'™""'- cun "5' Allbriltoiv and fain- t),j s wcd: (o spcnt |. n, e , v |,,( Cr j, t Bl; her College, Columbia, Mo., and North- ihcir home in Faulkner county. western- University, Chicago, 'ociety items should be Dy-css Central P. T. A. met Frl- tele-'day, January 7, in the liigh school phoned or brought to the Courier with Mrs. Lloyd- Cox, president, Florida. The daughter born to .Mr:. mi:l| : Mrs. Paul naugherly is planning Mr.v ^Lucian Jones recently, has '^ go lo Memphis Monday lo visit rols <cut in cubes). 2 cups cooked potatoes (cut in cubes), 1-4 cup flour, lea biscuit dough. Cut beef in one inch cubes. Mix- beef thoroughly with paprika, sail and pepper. Heat shorteninr; in frying pan. add meat and chopped onions and braise until thoroughly browned and the fat is clear. Drain off the fat and keep it- for making the gravy. Add the tomato puree and enough "water to cover the meat. Make a bouquet of the celery. thyme, bay leaf and parsley ami | add. Simmer until the meat is done. Everything for your onlcr ftiinmciit and tomfort. Last Time Today Sunday - Monday Hold Funeral Scrvirf<« I adding'water when necessary. RE- notO i Ullirai OCrVSCeS | movc bouquet, strain off tho stock For Wanda Lee Boycrj^ aclvykcep cnous " to makc the Wanda Boyer. seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bcyev of Caraway. Ark., died Saturday night -at Netllcton, Ark., where she was making her home with an uncle, W. R. King, and family. Slic was ill only two- days. Funeral services were held this afternoon at Senath. Mo., with llajinn Funeral home in charge ol" funeral arrangements. Besides her parents she is also survived by one brother, Delano lioyer,- and thrco sislers, Juanila, Marie and Bobby Jo Boyer, all of Caraway. with diaries Wiiminger & Walter Cnnimlly. Ncu- York gave keys to the City box of thn anil did tricks. A Make n paste of the fat and the flour. Add Ihe hot stock and cock until smooth. Add more salt and pepper if necessary. Cover the bottom of a baking pan wilh the cooked meat. Distribute the carrots and potatoes ev»nly over the meat and cover with gravy. Roll out enough tea biscuit dough to fit, the toi> of the : [Dan, cover and bake in a hot oven until the crust is done. Biscuit Dough , Two cups floier, i teaspoons bak-' Cmnedy Romance. Also News Comedy. Continuous showing Sunday, /Idmrrsion Matinee 10c ,t 2Gc Allmission Night IGe. At 3Gc Final Rites Held For Mrs. Dorothy Tubberville STEELE, Mo.. Jan. 10.—Funeral services were held at Denton this f a ti,cr, V. S: Thompson, who Dcinonslraiioii Club News Notes Ihe Dell Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. H. R. Crawford Friday. Jan. 7. Mr.i. M. W. Lewis presided, and each member responded, (o the roll call with a New. Year's rcsoliilioii pertaining to Ihe club. There were ten new members enrolled, making a total of 29. The handicraft chairman, Mr; Crawford, exhibited some of ivork and presented some ideas lo Ihc members. hei Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Rullin, of Ifomcvscvilie, Mo., were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Gray and family. Mrs. Etoylc Tinner of Butler, Ckla., in visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Cunningham. Mrs. E. S. Dudley was called to Little Reck this week because of the serious illness of her moth:v.j Mrs. p, c. Fnusl. ! Stanford Stansbury. who has been visiting Ills father. T. S. Elansbury. went to Walnut Ridge Friday where he will visit relatives for a few days before re- luming to liis home in San Francisco. Cnl. Miss Cora Lee Coicman gave a ren Clark of Okrnulgce, okla... spent yesterday in Paragoul;!. Mrs. j demonstration on soy beans and Clark is visiting aunt, Mrs. Ecslon brown bread. Will "Wright, at her home- on' Curing the r.ocial hour Chickasawba ave. More I'miies for Army Urgcil SAN FRANCISCO (UP) — Edward Vandeleur. secretary of the SUitc Federation of Labor, is ail- vncaling prunes for the army and the. navy. Wilh a surplus of 30d.- turn the latter parl of this week ceivcd a broken collar bone, rib nflcr several works visit, wilh her fractures, anrt painful bruises patents in Clifton. T'enn. Richard Frazier. who received a Miss Fredia Hamra is visiting broken arm and bruises in a fall relatives in Fulton, Ky. | from a barn last week, is rccovcr- Mr. and Mrs. L-cland Wells have ing. i gone lo SimiiRfield, Mo., to make' Blllle Lonfj and Alvin Hicks, of preparations to move (here. ' Luxora spent Ihe week end wilh Miss Q'Bell McDaniel has re- Floyd Ashabranncr. li.'rned lo Blue Mountain. Aliss., 1 Mrs. Vcn Talum, who has bcC-n whore she atlends college, after a employed here for the past ECV- vislt here wilh licr father, Ur. J.! crnl mouths, is returning to her R. McDaiiiel. 1 home in Bells, Tonn. Mrs. Annio Powell, who has bceuj Lex Talum. who has been visit- visiting relatives in points of Ten- ing in Detroit. Mich., for the past ncssce has returned here. several weeks, returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie r.ilmorc and . family and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Pounds and children have gone to California where they expect Fctrunry 1. at the home of Mrs.i The Dogwood Home Hcmonslra- ion c!nb will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. The Gosncll Home Demonstration Club met at the church Thursday with nine members and Miss Cora Lsc Coicman, home demonstration agent, presctit. Officers were elected for the year as fol- prosidcnt, Mrs. 1!. L. Ku- tanks; vice president. Mrs. J. (;. Eubanks; secretary, Mrs. Crawford; reporter, Mrs. 'Iho condition of Miss Betty Lee served. McCutchen, who underwent an op- The next meeting eralicn for appendicitis a week Fctrunry 1. a ago at the Memphis Baptist hos- Earl Magers. pital, is. much better. She will probably, however, have to remain in the hospital the most of this week. Mr. ami Mrs. E. B. Wilson of Henry Lutes. Belleville, Texas, who ivcre en- route to Chicago, stopped here lor 'lie week end as jucsU of Mr. Wil- r.on's sister, Mrs. P. L. Engior anti Mr. Englcr. They will reUirn the last of the week to spend seven mjre days in Blythcville. Mrs. Elbcrt Huffman went 1n Lillle Rock Monday morning fo the luneral of her aunl, Mrs. Ma ry Jcncs of that city, who died Snday • night. Mrs. Huffman will return Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lowry and son, Al, of Chicago, arrived Saturday to be the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims.' They will return to-'.their,'home today. George Pratt, Tommy Franklin,, and Tommy Bergdoil, of Memphis,' .-. Msited friends here Saturday. 1 Manic Hpgan, who recently underwent an appendectomy, was taken homo front the Blythcville today. '..-': Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jackson were •n Memphis yesterday as the • suert ol Mr. Jackson's brother/Kay Jackson. ,-'. - • .,•'..Dr. and MYs. Joe B. Beasley re- .turned Sunday from a- nine days uidal trip which included Mme-i phis, New Orleans Fort Meyers, to ' ls of prunes in California were played, and a sandwich plate! this y™ 1 '- Vandeleur conducted [state wide campaign for will be hc!d. consumption. prime Tho mooso must kneel when eating from Ihe ground; his neck Is loo short and his legs loo long for grazing. At the Hospitals Mr. an:l Mrs. J. T. Weaver, near Dsnlon. while Mr. Tubberville received Ircalment at a Mount Ver- ncn, Mo., hospital. Site is also survived by several brothers and sisters. The family has long resided In this section. The Rev. J.W. Riggins conducted the services held at Hie Baptist church. lo make their homo. Miss Dorothy Harris and daughter. Jerry Miles, spent last week- early yesterday a end in Hayti as guest of her mo- hcspllal. M. J. Girard. of Stcclc. underwent, on operation for appendicitis t the Blythcville l!icr, Mrs. Sallic Harris. Although more than 20 feet lout;, the dinosaur slegosaiirus bad only v 2':-ounce brain. The favorite hobby of Kinv; vi~- tor Emmanuel, of Ttaly. is min ro]- lecling. He has one of the J. W. . , . .. . . H. E. Vancbve; yard Improvement chairman, Mrs. E.. S. Crawford; gardening. Mrs. B. Pnnns; canning. Mrs. L. C. Dorris; clothing. Mrs. Lountc Crimes; foods. Mrs. Leslie Bcvill; QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices on poultry at all times. SAVE C MONEY AT V GAMES MKT. 118 : W. Main Phone 03 numismatic world. collections finc'st t he Mrs. Lu.'iln Robinson, of Half Moon, has tirrn admitted lo the Blythcville hospital. •Mrs. Jack Chislioltn. of Hayll, ivas. dismissed fioiu the Blythcville Hospital yesterday. Mr?. Alico G;iskin hos been dismissed from ll:c BlythcvJllc ho:i- pital. .Fred tSwiiidli-. whoso wrist wns severely cut Thursday night while H's iiiwurpassEd for every cooking purpose The Dainty Cooking Fat "It's Wonderful" DON'T SLEEP WHEN:., „. GAS PRESSES HEART If you can't eat or sleep because gas bloats you up try Adlerika. One dose usually relieves stomach gas pressing on heart, Adlerika cleans out BOTH upper and lower bowels Kirby Bros. DniK Co. BEAUTY SPECIALS AM, THIS WEEK SCAU> TUKATilKNT SHAMPOO, SET \NI) DRY sj.oo ALI, FOR I'ERJIANENTS 51.01) to ?)(} K.viici-jenccil Opcr.ilttrs JACKSON BEAUTY SHOP 2nd I'hoiie YOU'IICASP AT EVERf JUMP .TMll'/IT.EVfliY.SNU. . SililE Al EVERY KISS! RONALD REAGAN • MAflY MAGU1RE- DONALD CRISP D,,.ctHt r 9.RrlTltEl!e» Jfjn J»cob> • St3^- fc-/ Ct Bi.-(!« Also selected shorfs Admission Always ]0o & We Show every lUffbt. fllafiiiees l''ri- day, Saturday & Sunday Only. Priday A Sunday Matinees star! 2:15 p.m. Saturday <Jo Uiuuuus showing from T (o 11:<0 p.m. Niglit shows start C:'I5 p.m. r* ATTENTION LADIES PRICES FOR STUDENT BEAUTY WORK Slmmpno, JSct .t Dry IV<H Srt Hair Cut Neck Clip Gil Shampoo Oil Treatment Pcfmanenls Sl.fln, I'lrmancnts S2.50, ..2.V . l.V llrir llyo With -Set . .SI.51 Jfomu 1'ark. shnmiiM jn- • chidrcl 75c Colnr iiinws l«r K 2SC joe & ~iSc Manicures 2.1c Oil Mnnicurr<i 5QC JTron &' la.sli lire 35c Arch 15c All Work Is I'ntlfli- (he -Supervision Of Our EXrETlTS_AN 1) IS_GUARANTEED Von ,May Km'i»ll_in Our Beauty Si-luiol Now! N'OTiCK - - - - ••"fa." >s now '-011110:^ witli (lie l-:.i c |r Bra stioplH- and will br. pla.l (r, h,, vr ] lrl . rusttmirrs call on for tlie MIUC earcfnl .Titr.ain,! rm l friers a:, before. Miss feag Coupe? If.'2nd & Walnut fa !». Phone : 3! : 3- WE DON'T MERELY HELP YOU DO IT do ihe entire wash,, Our offer isn't |ust a relief, ;buf a remedy for wash- d a V at home You can rent your share of OUR laundry machinery for bul ;l'tfle more than il costs to operate your washing 'equipment. Efficient supervising and inspecting adds that touch ;of perfection women demand Sunday - Monday 'Bulldog wilh John liarrymoro nutl l.attiKc Campbell Also Vox News .t Comedy. Tue. - Wed. - Thar, * Adults Admitted for 1'ricc of 1

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