The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1934 · Page 2
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BLYTHEV1LLE. (ARK.V COURIER NEWS MONDAY. JANUARV g 19SI ','•' Sociail; Calendar v • MONDAY'S EVENTS W.-Kt. S., Firkl.Methbdi.it i-!iuivli, 2:30 -fV MI at church. ,.' V TUE8DAY"S ,:EVENTS Mrs?. May L. Abridge pnierl.'iiii- ing Tuesday Contract club. Yomig Matrons liridse ''hib meeting with • Mr.s. Max «. Held. Mississippi Counly Doaioei;.:ic V'omeu's club 'mc.-tius .a Hotel Noble.-. 10 A. M. Senior • High P. T. A. cxi'riilivc board meeting 2:35 \i. in, followed 1) ygenerul meeting. 3:30 p. in. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. J. Pollnrd 'haying Wednesday Bridge clul>- Mrs. H.'-H,' HQLfhlns .reel Mrs. A. Comvny"!i6steS> lo !>.* K. O. chapter -for luncheon nl Conway home. THURSDAY'S EVENTS' Thursday Contract club. Mr.s. P B. Joyncr, hostess. Church of Christ niliie ilndy, Mrs. O. U. Grimes lioslosf. I.itxniian-Marks Announcement lias bcL'ii nv.ule of Ilic engagement of Miss Ebtlicr Ann Liberirum. of Memphis, in Mr Julius Marks jr., .of Brownsville Tci in. The bride elect visited hefe'sev- cral times as (lie nuesl' b£>M|is Sehna Levy. uo\v Mrs. :Millbu AL- Ic-nbcrg. S!ie ts well known ii Memphis «hore slic was until re cently director of ihe children' theater, al the James .Lee Me morial Academy of Arts. She nt tended Christian colicne. Columbia Mo., and \vns Ri-.uluated Iron Northwestern University, Chlcaqo Mr. Marks Is the son of Mi ami Mrs. J. S. Marks sr., Brownsville. Term. The wedding will be solemnize at an early date. • * * Young Tcinle Meet The Christ Ambassadors of Hi Assembly of ' God Church me January '. with. 45' -.present. TV class opened with -.songs and pr«i cr. The. vice presfdent.'.OHie Burn appointed the foilpwlng comml tees: To visit The ^Honies, Irei Davis, .Lois' Davis: 1 ;? and Bernic Akins;''To Visit the ^Hospital, Jol Davis, "Leonard 'Humbert, Pe Trarttham. Willie. Mac Moore. Mi Woplsey.^aiid Cathe'rinc Trnntlinn To .-Invite New Sunday Sclio Members,- Pauline Davis. I'aulinc Spradley; •' and Peggy Martin; To Invite New Christ Ambassadors. Mamie - Perry, Qllie Stacui). iind Annie" 'Henley.... There were Scripture Readings by Ollie Biirns and our president. Lois Akin. A quartet is bchif! formed, consisting of Pete Trantham, Columbus Elmo. Millie Ann Weaver, and Ollie Burns. Meetings arc held cadi Sunday at U:30 and all young iconic arc Invited. • • • Vickcry-llipps Miss Nadlne Hipps and John Vic-kcry, both of Huffman, obtained a marriage license here Saturday. I.cdbtllcr-Moody The marriage of Miss Pansy Moody and Earby LcdbcUer. both of here, occurred Saturday. The Rev. S. M. Watson performed the ceremony. u I * * * 'I Slanfitkl Clark I Miss Lucile Clark, of Burdcltc,] and -Raymond StanfieHi. of Luxora, [ were united In marriage Wednesday by the Rev. S. M. Watson. Quietness !ly Helen \\Ylshim«r QUIKTXKSS I litid confused ^* U'illi iiri'iiliar jicaci'. . . . Slnngely wise :i:>nn-hn\v 1 believed When I fniiiid releaso ' of lovo, smile, LMiO.M tin' tiii-lnilfiu-i' of lov l-'rnni ymn 1 lijis, your sm From tjlic nay wanntli of your arms, 1'cact woiikl stay awliile. MOW my life i.< (inlerly, And I do not wait Hoping UiM you'll call loniclit, \VoiiciL-rinK ttliy you're late. OUT 1M give IODK quietness (Tcai-e is siu'h a liore) ,lusl In lii'.-n- yn'.ii- enfer step • KuniiillK to my door. BitsoJ New Mostly Personal -•• i i i i i Mr. and Mrs. Bealc Mnssey spent Ihe weekend In Corning, Ark., with latii'es of Mrs. Massey. Bill Gallup, of McHaney, Texas left yesterday for home via Oklahoma City, Okla., after several days stay with Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Hntnes nnd .son, Hurry ms mother, Mrs. A. L. Gallup, of'Lin- coln, Neb., who accompanied him here Thursday, will remain for several weeks stay with her daughter, Mrs. Haines, and (amlly. Mrs. Rupert Crafton and. infant son, Rupert Crafton, were removed from the Blyllicville hospital lo ISTER MARY'S I KITCHEN Helen Wills Moody Goes "Doggy" in a New Way ' 4mmmmmmmmmmm^vi<vmm ais^y ^ SJg^a?&a»s« HY SISTER MAKV NKA Service SUff Writer Orange bread is delicious lo serve with afternoon lea. Plain- bread and butter sandrt'he.s ol' the orange bread patlble with tea. If a more elaborate Is wanted, cream cheese and tuns make an excellent sandwiches of orange alluring, too. Or orange brr-ad white bread used layer;, make altractise sandwiches. Either yeast bread bread can be used for I lie da lion recipe. The keeps boiler, so if the bn'ad must be made long before wanted, this rule Is more desirable. Cakc al|> (1 ' i " lyc Infant son, John Linnaeus, were lemovcd from the ISlylhcvlll'e lios- . , pital to their home on the South * Cr "" ee rlnd - 6 lall!0! ' |l ? 0 " s Highway yesterday. The tab, ,w ? 118B1 ; , 2 ""'"P" 1 " " 1( " IC " has been seriously 111, is now much \",' '" 2 Cup c;ln<ile " or " llw n / '"" muul l teaspoon salt, I egg. 4 cups flour. Dissolve yeast cake in 1-1 nip lukewarm water. Add orunt;* 1 juice, half the sugar, salt nnd I cup flour. , Stir with a spoon until smooth. Cover and let stand in :i warm place until bubbly nnd doublet! In bulk. Add remaining sugar, butter, orange rind, finely Claude Cooper is aUen'dW clr- f"°ppcd candied peel and ces.wcll cult court in session at Oscecin.' l ' cille "' Mlx """ """ r(1 " K1 ' n " 1: improved. Floyd While Is in at. Louis attending the National Shoe Style Show.. He plans to return Wednesday. Mines. Braxlon Bragg. Hale Jackson and P.iy Kent Henderson and daughter, Inez, of Osceola. were In the city yesterday. Fanxd at ont ej America's tesl-rfrc women, Jjcten W'\i\i Moody, feni queen, ii going "Joggy" in a new way. is ilionrn /icre with her ri/'o compn-sse,! """'• 2 Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Dod.-xin have as their 1 guests Mrs. Dcdson's mother. Mrs. nunyan, of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. £,. W. Chamblin and sons, Jp.eic and Donald, and Miss Ernestine Holland motored to Memphis Sunday. J. C. Buchanan motored to Mcm- Ls yestrciiay. Princess Joins Society Whirl P. T. A. News SiMliiuy P. T. A. met Wednesday. Mr. Mori-is' violin choir gave three elections. Mrs. Frank Thrasher uiurle a talk on "Effect of Well Kept nuildings on Teacher; and Pupils," Miss Ruth Matthews discussed "Making the School Room Atl'.Hlive" and (he president's message was read by Mr.s. Herman \V.ilpr>lc. Miss Lucile Armstrong's itniii won the dollar pri/e for havinf (lie most mothers present. The Sndbury I'. T. A. Is plnn- nini; n dinner lit Ihe school with '.wo or three one act plays to follow. This will be livid the. latter pf,rt of February. Blond Brunet! Her ISlli blrlliday passed, 1'riitce^s Maria, above, vtva- i-iona lieauty, lias assumed Mio ilnly of rcpvescnlinj; Ihe Italian Vuyal fiiintly lit ninny formal :orial functions. Fond of tlio Hicial whirl, she dances well, skis, and swims. Humors llavo linked her name with that ot Aiciiclnko Oltc>, iircLcinlcr to tlio Austrian ruid Hungarian tbrouu. * Mi's. Saliba. chai'.iuan ol soda committee, has iiriionnccd that enough clilna lo n-rvc 75 |ieop!c lias been atUlcd lo the eqiiipmen at SndlHiry, also three electric ho ph'.tes nnd two livr.'-vi-pots for serving coV'cc and hoi,' chocolate. •The Better Filt-'.j coiuniittec o I Ihe city council o( P. T. A.'s nr lansjcd for pupils i-! all elemental, tchools to sec "Alko elu Wonder li>nd" In special matinev.s Thurs tlay and Friday. The council urging attendance cf .school chll dren and others at pictures legards as worth while. The Junior Hi^h P. T. A. Planning a pic si:ppcr Thursria eveiiint'. January \1 nt theschoc for the benefit of the athletic as :octatlon. A bin^o parly is ak tein« planned for the last v,«. In the month. Nctherlatid News The Women's club met Thursday afternoon with Mr.s. Hex Darby, hi charge ol the program. "Salesuarding ilie Eyes" was the subject nf discns-MOn. An olvjcrva- tlon i!;imc and a tune carrying i ennU'M furnished enlcrtalumenl. 1 lln. A. C. Dlankenship won nn 1 ; iinci-l itxid cake in the observation '. Karr.c and Mrs. Bert Newman was', awarded, a bath towel set for her | victory in the tune carrying con- i test. " . j Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vcalcs have '. rrtumrd from an extended visit a'. St. James.. 'Ronie Troiilman is ill with One man can plant ^.-l acres corn In one day with a hand corn planter, C.9 acres wilh a one-hoi one-row corn-planter, and 13.6 ncr wilh a two-horse two-row corn planter. IHSES DORl GUESS ABOBT CARE OF 1EET Kkron News Notes TS. Roxie Drummons of Gosnell Is Dead Mrs. Roxtc Druinmons, 45, of osncll, died at four o'clock yes- rday afternoon nt her home at osnell. She died suddenly, the dim of a heart, attack. flour. Knead until smooth and clastic and put into an oiled mix- bowl. Cover and let rife m a warm place until double in bulk. Shape into a loaf and let rise again. When double in bulk, bake one hour in a mofic-rately hot oven (375 degrees IM. It's a goml idea to put the bread in a very hot oven (450 P.) for leu minutes. Then reduce the heat to finish baking. Orange Bread (Quii'k Mrthwll Four cups Hour, fi teaspoons baking poivrter, I teaspoon salt, 1-2 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons melted butter, 2 tablespoons grated orange rind, 1-2 cup orange marmalade. 1 CBB. 1 1-3 cups milk. _Mis and. sift flour, salt., baking Flouncy Back Funeral services-'will be held to-1 -f w( ^ er Bnri a| S" r - RrlU orrow afternoon-at the homo and t!1 " Bht ani1 arttl ' vith terment will be made at- North ingredients to dry mixture. Mix nwbn cemetery. Tile Rev. J. !,. thoroughly and turn into well ewsom will officiate. The L. G.| oilc[1 l)1 ' cart P' m - Lct liEC tiltecn Undertaking company is m.in'n"'™ and bake fifty minutes in iai-Kc (if funeral nminEcmcnts. <n "'"Icrate oven. Nuts can lie add- Tlie deceased Is survived by her usbaiul, J. W. Drununous, lour Willie Bee, Dick, Earl nnd . Rulli Orady. Hospital Notes Admitted to the Blytheville hostal: Mrs. Mamie Mitchell, city: Vakctcigh Clark. Stcele, Mo. ismisscd: Lehman Gillespie, city: Irs. C. R. Babcock and baby, city; aymond Dixon, city. etl to this recipe if liked. GO I'er cent Voleil cm Repeal UAR1USBUKG. Pa. (UP)-Ollly 0 per cent of 1'ernsylvania's votn: nisi ballots on prohibition re- ral, a study of th: Nov. 7 election cturns revealed lorlay. _ Oui of I.902.278 registered votcra iu the late, only '2.447.821 persons voted in the prohibition question. . .Tnmnrrow's Menu , BREAKFAST: Chilled cranberry juice, cereal, cream, crisp broiled baton, lymuiaisc pota- loes. toast, mitk, coffee. LUNCHEON: Sluffcd onions, Parker House roils, marmalade, apple tapioca pudding with lemon sauce, milk. tea. DINNER: Parsnip rincr wilh creamed salmon. kumo,uat and cheese salad, steamed cherry pudding with dried apricot sauce, milk, coffee. Read Courier News wane Ads. It would ta!:c 40 dnys and nights o hatch an ostrich egg by arti : ~icial iimf&atiou. Ask for a 1934 Ladies Birthday ALMANAC The nearest druggist y gl»<I to live sou one ot popular »lm»a»ci H_3W ut lor It bctoro CD • re all gone, r X\ \Vhat happens when a brunct turns blond? That's hard to Imagine, but hero's an actual jcaE«. Call Patrick really Is lirn- inct. But slic ilonncd a blond jwig in a recent picture, anil her «nllre personality cliangcii. Hcr» 'yutt sce her as Iwtli brunel end &' and'notice Iio When l?;n prrs r r i h r certain drill cream f o their mtk-nl to n s r in b r n s li lug (hr-ir Iffih. that p'.odiictis the one youl want to «.v on your Iceth. No TI-.c- school wo-k i., moving I °' H ' « '» » better posilior. to tell .-long nicely with much interest i v hnt should be used to biush shown in the coming semester's lc< -' 1 "' Tllc >" sce lllc results of . work. ! carelessness in selecting j:, 5 i ;nl y I All members of the 4-H clu-i th11! B «'th which In brush them. .i;.vc turned- in tlvm record booko '• 7 ncrofor0 ' tllis c:oum. proscribed li-i 1033 and have rroriwilzed for' '" " W11> - nul5t ^ tllc riijht cue in:il with these ontrrrv Haro'.d [or 5' 011 - Di-c Lock, president: Ttcly Rean« ' You could avo-.d many iri;rels .-ccretary: Clarence Reed, vie-: I nnrt disappointmcn:-. over ll:» con- l-icsident: Harriett Payne, report-[ dillcn of >'™ lr 'cctli by iisins this LI-; Mrs. .Doss an;: G. L. Read.' ! recially prescrilx-d di-nlal cream, iponsors.. There arc 25 members! Tllc nami; ot " i* Proscription tr.rollcd. i Hcntal Crram. ami all yon iw.-d to , . I ''0 is to go to the- dm? .store and In expectation of the world fonl-j 3S " K for "• b 5' tliat name. You ran ball tournament. In !!«•!. Home is'i sl »ays get Prescription l>ntil -'-••nlng R new stadium to icat l(!rtam at J^ 11 ' 5 I'litirmacy (v- Kir- 'sO.Ofxj persons. ..ENDS a Cold Sooner PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS by Bros, distributors. URADK A Raw Milk Thonc 74 Craig's Dairy Canton Merchants Find Xmas Plan Far-Reaching j.- i b;-hin dclosed doors '•Re.ss, 1 ' the cov.- was asphy.xi- §1LIOUSNES§ [I Sour stomnck f£ H ^ns and headache Fi' CANTON, O. (UP)—The Canton| lictail Merchants Board had its 1 Christmas plea for a "far-icach-i " h.g," holiday program satislied this year. During a pubfo: Santa Clans = ~- . v.cicomu, ni'-'rchantji released toy H§ fitiG Jo balloons, each bearing a card en-|g CONSTIPATION titling the lindor to a free gift!^§ al the particular store. OUL> store j§g manager, four day., after tlie bal- ', is loons WLTC sent, rtccived a letter,I B enclosing (he firm';, gift card,from! g Canonsburg. Pa. Tlie gift was; 3 mailed. Would you be taken aback If pretty. Juno Collycr, or the movies., turned.her Lack In you like (his?- You mlslil admire 1'ic floutu-y ilecollclv;. »d icjsl. Aulo Asphyxiated |H His Pet Bossy'l WEST YARMOUTH. Mass. (UP)' -Arthur rowd'r, irlea of keepins ins row ss well us his auiomobiSc in the gi'.rat:c woi-l-.oi! o - ,ii all rij-lit. tntil he kit, the iiiotoi; running A Nurse Ad vises Mrs. An;, i \V. Jll-f'r- -!.! nt SB Alil.ir.n Si.. Oklahoma is 'Sooner" stale. nicknamed Kindling For Sale 3 liunrtles - 25c Spccia.1 attention to lar^e orders. CHICAGO MILL & U'MBER CO. «// IT I had a dollar I'd send my clothes to Barnes' Nu-Wa Cleaners — If I had a band!" THE NEW YORK STORE Announces The Arrival of Smart Advance NEW SPRING COATS, DRESSES, SUITS and MILLINERY jrom authentic style sources !L of the litcl lh;il llicrc arc man}' fashion versed women in our community who desire to select early, \vc make this show- nig simultaneously wilh the exhibit of these models in the larger fasn- ion centers. £ \ »L Come and sec what is to be style right Jor Spring 1934

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