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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 9, 1934
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PAGE TWO BLVTHEV1LLE. (AllK.1 COURIER NEWS .Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. J. Pollard having Wednesday Bridge cluli Mrs. H. H. Houhins mid Mrs. A. Comvny hostes> to P. E. O. chapter for luncheon nt Conn ay' home. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday CcnCracl flub, Mrs. F. B. Joyncr, hostess. Church of Christ Bible study, Mrs. O. D. Grimes hostets. Mrs. W. L. Homer cmerlaiuing Mid-Week Bridge chit). Mrs. W. T. Obcrst entertaining • with informal bridge parly for Mrs. Spurgcon Patterson, of Birmingham, Ala. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Dorcas Sunday school class. First Baptist church, meeting with Mrs. Frank Simmons on Walnut s'.reet. Modest Model Circles Meet. Circles of the First Presbyterian church met Monday afternoon, except for l^e Business Women's group which met in the evening. All oi the groups studied a Bible lesson frcm Psalms and the afternoon circles had a Honie Mission program setting forth the needs and work ol the assembly's home mission committee. Rcfrcs'a ments were served during a social hour. Mrs. Charles Bright entertained circle 1 with Mrs. B. R. Allen acting us chairman. Sis members and two visitors attended and Mrs. Allen led the Bible study. In circle 2. Mrs. VI. A. Uobyns chairman. Mrs. O. P. Moss was hostess. Tie ten present lieard Mrs, C. M. Gray (jive (lie study. Circle 3. Mrs. S. E. Vail, chairman, met with Mrs. George Muir with 12 present. Mis. Hooper gave tl-.c sludy. The night group lind a supper meeting in the soclm room of the church with 13 members and four guests present. After Mrs. Alice Womack had led the devotional (here was a business session in \vhich plaiis were made for a social'; sometime next week. ' / * * * Mrs. T. E. Tull Givtn Shower Tea. Mrs. T. E. Tuli, 'w*o has been a member of the Woman's Missionary society of the First Meth- cdist church for the past year and who is leaving soon, was complimented with a shower and tea Monday afternoon following ll:c regular meeting ^al.41ie .church. As a former missionary, [<i. Africa Mrs. Tull had experienced many interesting tilings and' her activities added much io the group. The tea table was lace covered with pink roses for the center decoration. Tliis -was flanked with pink tapers in silver candelabra and Mrs. Charles L. Wylie. president, and Mrs. W. V. Womnck. wife of the Rev. Mr. Womack, poured tea from a silver service. An assortment of gilts from al the members was presented Mrs Tull by Mrs. B. A. Lynrh who spoke of the group's appreciation oi having .had Mrs. Tull as a member and friend. A brief devotional on "Steward ship" was given by Mrs. Hernia! Cross. The hostesses were Mines. 11. G Partknv. Riley, B. Jones, w. M. Wil Hams, J. E. Criiz, A. B. Fan-field and Roland Green. * » • Junior P. T. A. Metis Wednesday. The executive board of the J ior High P. T. A. will have a meet ing Wednesday aftcvnocn. 2:4 o'clcck. before the general mectin at 3:15 o'clock. * « « Baptist circles Hare Their Meetings. Tlie Woman's Missionary sociel of the First Baptist church, wl-.ic has been divided into three circle for this year, had meetings of thcs groups Monday afternoon. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw cnlcrlainc circle 1 when 11 members and 01 visitor attended. Mrs. R. L. Reed cr led Etc Bible study from tl 10th chapter of Acts and Mrs. W. Bishop and Mrs. John Buch anan offered prayers. In the ~sc cial hour Mrs. Paul Grimes, wr- is rncving to Osceola, was given •handkerchief shonfcr. Circle 2 met with Mrs. W. 1 Williams, included in the 12 pre ent was a new member, Mrs. J. Friend. The lesson, from Exodus, was given by Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Cake, topped with whipped cream, and coffee was served in the social hour. .• There-were ten members and an out of town guest, Mrs. Hopgood o! Kentucky, of .Mrs. Charles Ncwcomb, who attended the meeting of circle 3 al the church. Miss Cordelia WilrAte led the devotional on the theme. "Deborah, the First Judge." Mrs: Alvin Huffman was elected Bibfc'study lender, closing prayers were offered by Mrs W M. Blaylock and Mrs. Tom W. Jackson. Mrs. L. T. 'Moore is a -new member of ihls group. Junior Chrwl Ambassadors Hive Election ef'dfBcers. The Junior Christ Ambassadors of the Assembly of God church met Sunday nlgSt at the church. These officers were elected: Miss Mildred Cudd, president; Miss Ruby Weaver, vlte president; Miss Geraldlnc Brycans, secretary and treasurer; Miss Alberta CrcccHus pianist; Miss Nellie Boswell, reporter. Misses Weaver, Imogen e Dootcy and Ethel Booker are members oi the;mcm- ! BihoJ Neucs Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. James Hill have rctuiiicd from Walnut Ridge and Mammoth Springs where they »l- md«l lo business over tlic vcck- :ml. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haley and Miss Alma Peters Jiad as their 1,'iicMs Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Till- inan Peters and .son of Dycrsburg, Tcnn., and Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon Peters of Ripley, Tcnn. O. C. OaiLske has returned from a biiyiui; trip lo SI. Louis. While tlicre he attended the national shoe style show. Miss Patty Shane has returned Irom a visit in ParagouUI. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane, motored over for her. Mrs. o C. Ganskc has returned from a visit In Paragould. Mrs. Walter Rosenthal lins gone to si. lyouis and Chicago for a buying trip for Ihp New York store. She plans to return the last of l,':c wceh. Irvln Fleming has retinncd lo Memphis alter spending the weekend Mis Helen Alice and Harold Sloruberg. On Sunday af k-rnoon his hosli^ and host had n "drop for him. He was saren, sliown here, .'as made such a euccess of her novle career that-she doesn't are to remind you of her prc- lous success as an artist's and photographer's model. But she. won several medals -lor that,;iji: "'' accompanied to Memphis yesterday by Harold Slcrnbcrg, wlio is returning home lonlght. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McKenzle nnd family will be interested to know Hint Mr. McKen- zte, who has been employed will Duller Bros, al St. Louis, hns hcci given a position as salesman in Ala I'loosevdl Bull Jim: Wil! Help Fight Paralysis niyt'.scvlllc will have a Birthday Ball for President Roosevelt at the :lly auditorium Tuesday, January 30, at the same time 5000 other cities throughout the Uniled Slates' ire having similar affairs. Proceeds of the party here and of tl-.e others throughout the coun- tiy will be used to establish an endowment tor the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation, created in 1926 by President Roosevelt to combat infantile paralysis. Hussoll Phillips, president of the Chamber of Commerce, has been appointed chairman by Mayor Cecil Shane, who was asked by Henrj I,, Dohcrly. national chairman, to apiwint a committee. Other members will be: W. J. Wundcrllch, I, Ii Ward. C. A. Cunningham, 'os- car Fendlcr. U. B. Stout, Haro!c Stcrnberg, Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mrs Anne Stevens Potter. Miss Minnie. Matthews, Mrs. R. p. Kirslmer Mrs. Max Miller jr., Mrs. Harr Kirby and Mrs. C. W. Afllick. U Is planned to have a.ball wiiich wil] interest everyone so that tin city may contribute a worths amount lo the foundation. The occasion is the 52nd birthday of President Roosevelt. This movement, has the endorse mcnt of the American Pedcratioi of Labor and of every national fra tcrnal and civic organisation in thi United Stales. The radios will clear all wires that night for one hour's broadcast which will be climaxed by a nn- Switch to Suit Often Best After One No Trump Opener |LIBERTY CASH GROCERsI BIG 5c SALE 5c I Specials for Wednesday - Thursday I ' TL'KSDAY, JANUARY o, I 9;i i > Today'* Contract Trolileni Wcsl lias llio (ontiail at fniir hi'.irtK. North opens tl'O fliH'en ot diamonds. H" w slioiilil Hie liiiuil lie vhiyi'il l«r liir iiiaxlmiini nuinbi'i of tricks'; KQfi 2 Solution to Previous Contract Problem BY WM. I-). JlrKKNNlCV Sciri'lary, American Bridso I.< .is"-' Just- Ijccausc yon make an original bid of one nj trump -•• the ilrongcst orljjlniil inc bid in the fcifs system of liiilc'ine — it does *8 «3 ¥A • 10 I! -13 4 K J 'J C 2 K.I 10 I y K (! J 10 3 4 K J !» S * 10 7 5 1 1N.T. 4 AQ!) 2 V 7 C6-1 *AQ #A(J3 nvillcHle— All TUl. iieiilng lead — y K. ftirlh Hast Pass '1'ass 4 4 Uoublo l'as» 1'ass 1Vv Vorks ' Wiuwiiips, Ark. _ and Champions. I'oinut SALT MEAT for Hojlini; found and get set very badly on the hand. Due to the fact, that, partner opened with a nn trump, North makes a good Lid o; three clubs to thow his five-card cliib suit fcoutli. not having the hearts stopped, now must show Ills suit North's raise .to' four spades is rather optimistic. The Play West, opens the king of '.hcavU, PORK & BEANS vm &? TOMATO JUICE l>hilli " s or Campbell's Each VEAL CHOPS I'lilim) BANANAS Fancy, Kipe rotmtl ORANGES I'lorida. .hiicy. 250 Sixe :i for • GROUiND,BEEF Or !!;iml)!irf;*f I'ntind 5c not necessarily meai! that ttio von- , vhlch is wmi wj[ll d( , c | arc f. s ace tract should h.- pl!i"(d al no tiiiinp. JA diamond is returned and the A bid on the part of an opponent nneEEC taken whlch ho|rts A llcart ! may upset your well-laid plans or ^ I[ltl<:d an< j a diamond returned, warn you away from no trump and I fcoulh wirming v - Ml ti, c . ace all( j into a .suit declariu'.on. I lulling another heari. A small diamond is played bick and rulfcd with the deuce of spades. South plays his last heart and lulls with the eiQht of spdnes. LETTUCE Kxlra Large Hwul Kaeb 5c Or. like the declarer in loday's r.s.nd. you may ftumble intu the l.roper declaration The liiildirs South is justified in making an ciighml bid of on? no trump in uhiclr prevents East from over- niffing. A small club is returned, bnmn. Mrs. McKenzIn and children U°nal address by the president, wil id fifteen years lo attend this •cup which inci'ls each Sunday •enlng. 5:30 o'clock, at the church i Lilly street. A 'Wilson : Society — Personal will remain in at. Louis until school closes when tiey will go to Montgomery to reside. Mrs. M. W. ttmuitgan of Paragould is the guest of her sitter. Mrs. Marcus Evrard, this week. Mrs. W. W. Kyzar and sons. Hcn- lon and Gene, formerly of here and now of Meadville. Miss., have arrived to join the Rev. Mr. Kyzar who Is conducting nn evangelistic meeting at the Second Baptist church. The meeting will close Thursday night and the Kyzar lamily plan lp return home Friday. While here the lamily arc guests of different friends. Marcus Evrard and Clarence Vollmer, accompanied by Russell Wills Of Memphis, have gone lo |»int: of Umislana on a business Tney plan Die week. trip, to return the last of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mr. and Mrs. j. A. Leech will go Mrs. E. A. Rcgcnold entertained to Memphis today a 1C Friday Contract, ctub last-week, morrow. '.rs. S. A. Rcgcnold lielrl high cove. Tliis club has been rcorgan- zcrt with iho following members: iesdamoi S. C. Urandcn, S. A. U-genold, D. N. Morris, Ray Wat- Henry Goldman. J. R. Cullum, £. A. Regcnokl and Jesse Glnscoc, lie latter of Osccola. After .^ending the holidays witn lidr parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. i. Wilson. Jr., R. E. Lee Wilson II. lias returned to Yale univer- ity and Frank Wilson has re- uined Ins siudlcs al Aikcn Prcij- iralory school, Alfcen, S. C. Joe Wilson Nelson Is spending few clays here v.iih his gr.inn- nothcr, Mrs. R. K Lcc Wilson, after spending the holidays with :iis mother. Mrs. C. H. Howell? Wimcrhavcn, Fli He is en rou'.e ami 'return to. Welch Foster is in St. Louts buying for his shop and attending tin National Shoe style show. He wil 5I5TER MARY'S KITCHEN |-reference So a spade, due lo the j South winning with the ace and u.nace ixisition he holds. However, j leading the queen of clubs, which vith West's hand. ; would prefer I West trumps with the four ol ;he negative doubli-. j :>|jades. Why bid two hcurts umply be- j Regardless of what West docs cause you hold 30') honors when j he can make only one more trick, your partner may IM> void in hearts j II looks as though his best play is r.nd have (our spait-s? 'Ihe worst take-out that East cr,n make is two and you stil! can bid to lead the jack of spades. iJELLO All Flavors l!ox SALMON iMacki-rcl. "Kalwi-ll" !•()•/.. Can 5c JELLY 5-0/. Jar 5c PORK LIVER ti/> A Fb l.'nwT;i[>]«![|. (While Tnilel) South \vilh the qnr_'.;n and lend the three of clubs, hearts. i v-hlcli slill permils him to lose on- By risking the two heart vulner-iiy that trick, thus making five- ible overcall, you n ay get doubled' oc'd. doubled. She's a Mother at 12 return tomorro Democratic Club PJans Luncheon To Aid Foundation Plans for a comity wiile benefit luncheon on January 30. the proceeds of which be contributed to Babson P,irl:. Mats., where he nllends Babso.i TnKMutc. Mrs. John Enochs v th: third grade at tlie Wilson school. Mr. and Mrs. Knochs :>u:i foil. John, Jr.. recently moved l.eie I r om Jackson, Miss.' Dr. Oscar B,-rkschlc went, lo Liule Rock Saturdiy lo sncnd several days on business. Ur. N. B. Ellis. Clciilus White, George Clay and Hugh Hudson "I tended the [ of MLss Nell at Koisi-r Sunday. J- R. Crain arA w. F. Wilson are in Little Rock today on bus intss. C. O. william'.on and Walter Card spent outidjv in llickmai. Ky. Charics Keller of Poplar Bliill .'o Die Georgia Warm Springs Foundation in honor ol Ihe 52nd birthday of President Roosevelt, uere made at a meeting of the executive committee of ihe Mississippi County Democratic Women's club here loe'nv. Mrs. T. E. of ,Ai morel, county chairman, presided. Plans for the district meeting in Jonesboro next Tuesday were also < uisscd. The benefit luncheon held at (ho \Von:un"s club will be cnlcrlain Hie Mrs bridge and rook i lud'es after the limclieot.. Tate and her co-chairman. W. E. Hunt, of Osceolu. «ill be in charge. At today's Mrs .1 u Clark explained' the work of ITie club and urged tl'c women to at,- icnd the Joncsborr. meetine. Those iii'cscnl today ivcrc' Mines. Tate, Hunt. R. L. Roach of Wikon. J. w. Edringlon of Os- HY SISTER MARY NEA Service SUIT Writer At this time of the year unusual ways ol preparing everyday vegetables are esjrccially welcome. T::c following recipes niay be new. to you nnd help you to add variety to your daily menus. Served wilh n plain green salad and a dessert, some of the dishes are a full incal in themselves. The added material increases the number of calories and the food value of the vegetable quite substantially in most nstances. Macarnni chop Sucy Onn anrt one-half cups elbow macaroni, 2 cups canned tomatoes, 1 cup chopped celery, 2 onions,, i cup olives stuffed with red pepper, 2 hard cooked eggs, 1 teaspoon salt, 1-4 teaspoon mustard, 1-8 teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon sugar. Cook macaroni in boiling salted waler for fifteen minutes. Drain. Scrape onions. Chop eggs. Combine macaroni with tomatoes, onions, celery, olives, eggs and seasonings and turn inlo a well buttered baking dish. Bake thirty minutes In a moderate oven. Stuffed Onions Fo'.ir large mild onions. 1 cup finely chopped meat. 2 lablespxxms minced nuisnrcoms. I table-spoon minced parsley. 1 egg '1-2 teaspoon salt, i-a teaspoon pepper. 1 tablespoon butter. 3-1 cup" coarse stale bread crumbs Spanish onions arc prcftrrcd but any large mild onions can be used. Peel and cook in bolllii" salted water until tender, letting (he ,vater cook away. It will take about one hour. Drain and take out th» center without disturbing tl:o cut- Mo. u;i( son. Chnrles. Jr. Sunday of his Mr, and Mrs. Albert Gm-nwr-ll. Mrs. Oscar Barksdalv and n-.vight An('ci.-on went to MompiiL. Monday injht to hear Morion Downey t the Orphetmi. Mr.'. S. C. Brando):. Jr.. and Dick Craig took the l.c;lmastar. held urdav. examination tor .->'. Osccola Sa',- Will Hear Outline of CWA Health Program mola, A. IJarlKim O f tt^ccola C. B. Bird of WiLsrii. Walter \Voori ol Luxora. Jerry \Vhtte of P:um- ised Land. Herman Cro.-*. J. w Brdcr. Howard Prcctor. R Reynolds and S. S. Slernbcrs .ird Miss Helen Alice Stnrnbcri; or Blv thcvijle. "' Hold Rtvival Services al Lepanto Baptist Church side layers. Mix lr .iish-n— , s .. . salt and pepper. Add mibratc:-. and thoroughly, pill ' , with mixture.' Melt butter »M ad bread crumbs. Mix well and cove the stuffing In the onion." in a mo<ler.ite oven lor minutes, or until It-.c- cniaiu. lire brown. Save the (enters <,• -hr onions to serve In ' the following tjay. Krrt Cabbie and Apples ^ Tfircc cups shredded rrci 3 cups thinly .sliced nly a cream ...i:ice ptes. 4 lablespocns brfn rc-d -, n . • The work to be county as OUI1C purl to-.inty health unit activltics"iuide : Bcrihlp committee • ire 31 members enrolled. An inviUtlon U extended all girls wd : boy» between the age* of six 'he CWA program will be explained al a district conference in Newport • tomorrow. This conference is being held primarily for nurses uho have been adrtcd to U;e per- of the healih unius to as- i'.st in this tpscinl pro.?um. Miss Mae Foster, lormcriy of this city. v,ho was at St. Vincents lospital at Little Keck lifter hav- ":« trained at the Blyihevllle hos- .:3l, arrived todp.- Mrs. Samuel Owen, of this city had already teen aulgncd • heir. They wtli csslst Dr. A. M. Waslibinn, mill oueclor. and Miss Annalicllc Biv- ant. unit nurse. All of these will siltcnd the coiw ftrencc, which w'l; be presided ever by Miss &iTi!e Crow, formerly unit nurse hero and now district supervisor over 19 counties. LEPANTO. Ark.-Rev. A. T. Willis, pastor of the Firsi Baptist church of Lcpanlo, began a i-erirs of revival services here Smidav :i Mis- night, wilh Rev. Riley ol the of the Marked Tree Bap'.lsl church con- tlnctlng the singing. The revival cxiwcted to continue for the next two weeks. Hospital Notes nt :ok spoon suit. 2 UblespoDns jelly. 1-4 teaspoon while r tablcsi>oons vinegar. Core but do not pare ap-, cabbage and apples ir. i'v water to prevcm bun!•'"•, Tr tender. Toss the mixtiirc""' -"it »'ith a fork to Insure rve-i t -" : -'"L Add butler, salt. pcp-"r | c " ''' I vincga rand cook and' •.'••'-'•'.':?; jelly Slid butler arc m"!;r p ; '" mixture is very ho'. The caloric \-ali:c oi t not important, conicnl is worth "«hii r apj>etl?!ngiv SOAP Pal'molive. G Limit VEAL STEW I'ouiu 1 . Fresh e Hunch EPSOM SALTS 2 Hoxcs Scl SPARE RIBS Sailed I'oimtl Sc MEAL Bag >c PANCAKE FLOUR "^ u £f Sc * KRAUT Loose. Pound Sc GRAPEFRUIT One of the nation's youngest mother.-;, Mrs. Ellen Mark Walsh shows jy her smile how well she and her brand-new daughter are doins in it Syracuse, X. Y., hospital. Only 12 years old. ;hc youthful parent is seven years younger than her husband, Theodore. 19. The bal\v tips the scales at seven iiounds, nine ounces. Jackson Baby Dies Mittic Ann Jackson, seven olci daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jackson, died at 12:10 o'clock Monday morning at the family home near Gosncll. Funeral services were held Jlon- day afternoon at North Sawha I cemetery where interment was | made. The Gobi) Oiidcrlntlng com- . pany was in charge of funeral ar- I rangcmcnis. j jlie Farris. ! Rural Itster of Holland .spent I Sunday with Raymond Siayton. i t) I T ~i \ Tuesday - Weds ™_™^_"__ 11 R- Y Mi't- 2:30, 10-2f,c Mcnton News Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Fnrns bimnl Sunday in Blythevillc. Mtstcs Edna Wright and Audrey Cowcll v,crc gursts Sunday of Miss Mavis Hc.ithcocl;. Misses Velva Lester of Holland | nnd Edltli Harrison SIKIU Sunday'I with MI.SK Glodcan Sbylon ' Miss Kamie Farris ' spjnt li.c j I week end with Mr. and Mrs, ROXY Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. MAT. ;md Nile—IDc - 'i'tc. TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS -AND NO SENSE! One husband after annihar had" learned about tromcn from l\erl Admitted to the Biylheviilr hos- \fn\M Tabiel* - pilal: Mrs. Delbcrt Rnldcii and ha- by, Bra BS City. Mo, Clifford May. Mo, Ed Vlnscn. cily. thtek MahrH flr/t d a y *' [''inc I.;ix The world's'largest lumber mill! . ' " L '-i^UHC nn > located at Potlntch. Mnlio. JM«I ^apecily Rcmciii HUSKY THROATS Overtaxed by speaking, sing- IIAKGATNS 303 E. WOMEN! weak" Turn dark days in!o Hays. Bo happy. Cnrdui. fomoua llnnnrrlinids irilcM iiircrl uithnlit Ihr knlfp. Other recta! di*rasrs trcalctl. Vnriroscd veins trralcd noii- DRS. X1ES li MES 514 V. Main Phone 98. 666 FURNITURE R.J.DODSON I'lionc KOX NEWS—COMEDY Mid. 2:30, 10-2f,c Nitc 6M5, HERE'S A NEW STAR WHO'S A REAL STAR She fascin6ie>...d»va*fates... ? exhilarates...sings,donees and f ': cntronces^ll willbeiovedtfitj! . sight v/hen you see this dimin- .. utive riarMng ensnaring Lew .( Ayres .. .aided and abetted : / fay Ihe most beautiful glrl^in' • / Hollywood ,'.. four hilarious comedians...and the rnaster. of ell musical producers. wilh Charles ' Bulterworlh Harry langdori Sid Silvers Henry Travert Irene Bentley A B.C. OcSyl»o Preducl'on ij T ?0 J/ PARAMOUNT NEWS-COMKDY

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