The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1934 · Page 2
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PUTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER „, , Social Calendar ".' SATURDAY'S EVENTS Buck-Belts wedding to be sol- «mnlq«l at 10:30 a.m. at First B;ip- tisf church. ' Country Club Has Visitors at Dance. The 125 members and gucsls who altcrided the 'dance al the country club Jasi evening lie.ird Herbert Mahler and hts orchestra piny dance music and a number ol specialty numbers. ••Included In the out of town guests were Miss Jeanne Lay ot New York city, Miss Grace Elizabeth Warlord of El Dorado, ill., houseguesl of Mr. and ' Mrs. J. L. GGuard;- Misses Prances QLlltam and Imogenc Manning and Crawford Gilliam and Baxter Southern, ol Sleclc; Diet Heinsma, ol Grand Rapids, Mich.; Don 13lnck ol Cape Girardcau, Mr. and Mrs. George Hcmpiilll ma Mr. and Mrs. William Hcmphlll, ol KcnneU, Mo. thesis' of Mr. and Mrs. Everett 15, Gee; Mr. and Airs. Onwford Noble of Joncsboro and Miss Martini Lyn Norrls. of Eureka Springs, Ark , guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I' Norrls. Girl Scouts Meet. ..The Armorel Girl .Scouts met •Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Charles Crlgger jr., lieutenant, nnd ,Miss Clarice Kennedy, leader, at lending the meeting. • Plans were made for a Juliet Lo«o Memorial parly lo!c In Oc- tflber. i. •» .« • .Baptist Business ' , 'Women Organize. . .The Business Women's club, im.v ,iltary of trie Woman's Missionary union ot tlw First Baptist church, has been organized with 12 mcm- ibers. In a meeting Wednesday evening these officers were jiajr.ul Miss Ernestine Holland, president Miss Penrruie, vice president; Mlv Nell Douglas, secretary and treasurer; Mrs, Oils Shcppard, spon- ' Will Have V Benefit Party. ' .< Mrs-Pred Child'and Mrs. Lloyd V. \yisc will liayc a benefit bridge party. Friday^ afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at'the Child residence, 1115 W. Wal- nu '' f -. Tickelsi.niay. be.obtained Irom the -hoslesi with reservations made by .cajing!625 or,259., '.'.. There will be table prizes. * * * Hi%e BirtfcUy F»riy. v < .•;'.! Misses Eva Nelson' nnd vloh Rousli entertained last eyesing \yttt n surprise ' birthday party ; at tin. Roush home for Ralph Caudln nnt OHis Roush.. ......... . .. .- .. The house was-dccoratert'lif Ha.- Jone'en colors -'aiirl "appropriate games for this holiday were play<x after the honored guests had open ed theh- gifts,' ' .'-; ',' . ; .An ice course was served lo tlii guests.which:included .Miss Rotish Dill Lambert, 5 Ralph Caurtle, Miss June Rylee, pttis Roush, Miss Dorothy Rylee,' Lee .Wnrrhiglon, Miss Estelle Luiisford.'pauf Tiilcs, Miss iois Lunsford, Miss Ella Easchiicr, tVcrnice Brister, Mr. and Mrs. H. IS. Stiritz, Miss Marie Collier, W. iL. Kobinson, Miss Inez Thompson, Robert Anderson, Miss Marie Mc- America's Prettiest ., *.^>. . ,,,,,.'<: The .prettiest baby-In America Is pictured here, for tliousamls of Chicago World's Fnlr 'voters can't be wrong. Wearing her honors Ci'nccfully; Marilyn Yvoimo Miller Is winner of the 510,000 first url?c In the Sears-Century of Progress $40,000 contest, In which more limn 114,000 bablM were; cnlrnnis. She's (he daughter of Mr. and Mrs ' R. C. Milter of Pierre, 3. u. Lcod, J. T. fjohnson,' Miss Marie Deen, Randolph Evan and Harold .Wright. ; ;, •-.. Entertains; Club svire. H. J; H.',Hoi>chins cfilcrlaincd ilie' Mid-Week' Bridge" club nt .'the Harry Kirby. home';.Thursday •' for lunch and a card game. Pink roses ' ami pcirple nzcrntum formed V colorful centerpiece for Ihe dining lablc arranged for the two course menu. ". • A smock went to Mrs. Cecil Shane for club honors and the guest prize, cards, was awarded Mrs. Earl Kopntz of Fulton, Mo. ,!iousegltost of Mrs. E. M. 13rynn. ' Other guests were Mrs. J. H. uikiiis and Mrs. A. B. Fairflcld. * » « Music Club Will Men! Pupils of Sirs. Rnmsey Duncan's piano class, vvlio have formed a club, will meet Saturday afternoon, nt her studio on Clu'ckiisawba Avc Musical games will be played and pupils will eivc pltnio sclcc UolB, Refreshments will bo served n Ihe close of tho informal procran • T » • lowaril-Voinig V Y''V v ^- >\ °l'hD. •jnmTlhfB' of ''Miss'? DSr Younn,-aiiil Rowland -HoV«Vd''\vi solemnized Saturday, Octoucr.lslxt according to announcement iriai lortny. The Rev.' W. J. LeRoy •<-• tor of the Lake Street •" chiirclr, read the service. Mrs. Howard Is ihc daiigliter Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Young, of cily. where she was educated Mr. Howard, son of Mrs. Roljc Ecoll of this city, is now coi itcctcrt wllh the A. o. Shlblcs Grocery company. Hi Bits oj Nctcs Mostly Personal Ml.ss Rebecca Taylor and Horace crnix! arc Kiwndlnn today in Mi.s. li. A. Lynch was In Mem- Is yesterday wllh Mr, Lynch who reccivliij; treatment, al. a hos- lal. Mrs, M. E. W«il .-iiid ciiildrcii of Icmphls, will spend the week end Itli her pnrenls, Mr. and Mrs . F. Knfeht. •!• ' Mmcs. Joel Chandler, Chester aldwcll and Fred Riillicrford Rpsiu :stei-dny In Memphis. ; Bobbie Bloylock, son of Mr. aiid trs. R. u. Dlaylock, la ill from 'arlet fever at. the family home 'i West Ash street. , Miss Hiilh nutt. wlio atlcmts So- hte Ncwcomb college at Now Or •mis, arrived home this' morninn i be niiilct of honor in the wedding Mls 5 June Buck and Julian.E. cits, lo be solemnized Saturday lornlng. She will leave Sunday Ighl. ••. i Miss Sara McQregor, who Inis ecu very ill-'ror three weeks from .kidney ailment, has been rcmov- d to (he Memjihis Melhodlst )ibs- Ital. she was accompanied by her mil, Mrs. Bryanl, ana her grund- lotfier. . Mrs. Dixie Crawford and Mrs Riy' B. Jone.rwcre In Memphis yes, Dr. P. A, Robinson, who hns hcun rltlcnlly in al hk home an Wal- nut street, is belter today. His son. Jack, 1ms arrived home Irom Fay- cttcvllb, where lie was a student al the slate university, aim will ijrotably remain here for the pres- Bryant Rich, of Slecle, s|»nt Jasl nlgnl here as £iiesl ol flic 11. A l.-ynch family, cnroutc from Hot Springe, where he had been vlsll- "g Jils mother, to St. U>u Is. Mrs. n. A. Lynch went lo Memphis today lor Mr. Lynch who has been receiving treatment ut n hospital f^r several days. Mrs. L. a. Thompson and Mrs J. It. Slovall jnolored to Ca|» Gl- rardcau, Mo., yesterday for the students, attending Southeast Missouri Teachers college who returned home lor Ihu weekend. JWDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1934 Hospital Notes Adrnltld: U. T. Patterson, Leach- vlllc; Carl Peal, Steele; T. H. Edwards, Holland. Dismissed: Mrs. Sam Hallcy, Yarbro; wanaine pick- ens, Armorel; Miss Doris Ray Dob- yiis, city. MILWAUKEE (UP) - Marmiolte University's average loolball player- Oils- fall Is iqs'A pounds In Onc-slxlh of the 3,000,000 golfers In the United States ' arc - casual players. THEDFORD'S BLACK- DRALGH Rend courier Newa want Ads. 1 FAMfiY LAXAT/Vi. ^V flew Dresses and Hats - Just Ar.iived We have jnsl returned from market with a choice selection ol' new tilings . . . Cute DreKses and lints at popular prices. You'll certainly admire the new mixture Celts, the season's smartest sport hats. We have them in Black; Urown, Navy, Rust and Green. The Ladies Toggery 3 "Doors West of Kress' 'UMeatui SMOOTHER PERFORMANCE weight, a fraction, under six feet , In height nnd is 20 1-3 years of THE WISE OLD OWL THETALEOFESSOlENSTpTEtl, osEWHcteTWEOirsbotiOTE T'SAU.WEVE LEOTHEMTO'EXKCTJ you fry sour on your stomach, Because CRISCO is the quick-digesting fat won't advises Mrs. Parascouly) CUM.rat-killing expeditions sle V,500,000 of the vermin last year The American public |»ld more thai) $700.000,000-In gasoline 'taxts ** Edna M. Ferguson emphasizes 'llie 'importance of piii;e milk ... in cookery and as a health food GRADE. A RAW ,-*jj MILK Our dairy herd is 100 per rent tuberculin tested . . . Our milk is scientificrally h.mdlcd . . . Cook-it by ihc-.'ncV Frigidairc milk cooling sjslem . . . Holdes are carefully sterilized. Craig's Dairy D : cli vc.r.cil twice daily to your home or at y o u T grocers. Mrs. John Parascouly learned about Crisco from her-mother-• in-\aio about 15 years ago. "She told me then thai Crisco wasn't greasy, and belter Jor the digestion," sans Mrs. Parascouly, "and that appealed to me. Now I use it for cakes, pics and especially Jor frying, and I never have greasy food that disagrees and causes sour stomach. With a growing family to keep .healthy, I certainly think that it pays to use Crisco, the pure, _ quick-digesting fal." PEACHIES an tain dmert vhm friti in d'waitilt Ciixcl 1 cup (lour '2 tatiles|!oons sugar I teaspoon baking now }{ teaspoon salt H cup milk MRS. PARASCOULY'S STORY IN PICTURES 15 YEARS AGO I I\JI8 Will. I'ffl all forCRISCO .. , you never get sour stomach from onylhin you fry in CR1SCO. Yos, bacV home everybody's cooVTn wllh CRI5CO. It's a pure creamy faf. Clip CUI I hat po g oof CR1SCO frying rccfpej, won'/ you? 1 tablespoon melted Crisco 12 canned peach halvpa / (caspoon lemon jiiicc Crisco for dee [i fryiiiB Sift dry Ingredients. Stir In egg and raollwl Crisco. bra (on together with milk. Drain peaches, spriufelo with lemon jutco. Dip into bntlcr anil drop itito hot, Crfsco licnlocl to aes°-375* F. or hot, enough to brown .Inclt cube of hnad in CO scconiis. (Crisco is tlic IHLTH creamy fat thai itmkiw Cried foot! crj'spy and (/i?r sti- btcj 1'ry peaches until brown. Drain oiratixdrbcnb' palter. SITVD hot, x|>rinklotl n't'tli iwwdcrixl sugar,or plnln with strainwl faoticy. Strnin t>isco to clear it- save It in iU special cau for frying. It, will kc0p'(K0«ff- olt Tor mapy fryuigs. CURRY CROQUETTES rnsp um •1 lAliIcsjHwms Crisco •\ talilcsjiootis [lour I ciip hot milk u cups (XKifcM cliickon or viul, chopiHsJ 1 cup frcsli coconut, pmtftl or caniiixl'^r^lwl coconut Ji teaspoon curry M lc-as[>ooii salt , tr/icn fried in Crfjcof M icaspoon pan COOK BOOK S"^^ Surct.vt . dishes by Sanilt KIcM Splint, food editor, ' Maoesfnt. 519 (Ifftcstliitc CrfKO rccfpt* A «-palthof rooVinRhclpi^hcrcforyduin tiiiswriTi'l'Tful tl^th l>ound cook IWM'II prcjMirctt by i>,irah FicM Splint, who- > raining department is such an insplmirnn in Itcauiifu! .WrCall'j iri^gatinc. Copiously illustralctl. Minis i,n f^shir-nalilc wxya lo serve- ChaplCMon menus, mwl i»lannin Bt (i.7Tf>..savir.£ titcftpn ctluipTTicrit. Kach chapter RI^C* Kucrcs.i Secrets. Bo complete you don't r.ccd .itittUicr cook b&ok in >\.ut kitchen. You couldn't iJuplicalcthiB c/vilt book in f^rnkstnrcq for leu than Jl.QO. Hut it's yo-Mt (or only as rrnts if you ma j| ^ coupon and the oulsidfl wrapper Irom a S-Ih. ca/i of CUISCO. RISCO digests quickly ' h H ,u° u i ri< ;, r . N ? ws Cooki "R School, conduclcd this week in (he ftrf rr\£n n ? m> Miss Edna M - ^''Suson uses and vecom- i|ds UUSCO, tlic modern, ciuick-digesting shortening. COATING: 1 egg slightly • ' bealvn with 'i taljlcsiioons water H cup fino dry , . hrcarl crumbs Crisco for deep frying Melt Crises (dm fresh dlpcftiblc fat) sllr fn flour, slowly add milk. Conk slowly 'and fitir until K.IUCO thickens. Kumovo train lip.it. add meat, coconut anJ BCAsonlngs. rotir into shallow Criscowl pnn. ChitI thoroughly. Then form Into croquettes. Holl in crumbs, then egg nuxlnnj, then in crumbs. Kill ordinary flat-lx)ttoii)«l saucepan ?i full of nicHbsl Crisco (idii ijitt'ck-ifigesiinv fat), Iteai slowly until Crfsco bmwiis inch cube of bread En -10 seconds (375°-38r»° P.). Fry crotiuctlw goHtcn brown. UrAhi on absorbent paptT. Servo plain or with medftitu-thick whila sauco. Strain Crisco—save It to fry with again and again— Crisco keeps d/ff«(ifrif. rilOCTKIl & CAMBLK, I)cpt. A '. O. Hot 837, Cincinnati, Ohio. t Oncdwc 25 Cent* and Ihp ouljidft wrnppor Irom a H-lb. ran of ('moo. Send "Tho Art of CootdriR and Serving" >>v K-iri>, V\*\A Stnlinl. In Street Addrtts ..„;„ Cily....'. Slalc ; .",;...

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