The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 12, 1932
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PAGE TWO COUJllsB NEWS IcUl of 97 Oirls and Beys Leave for School Four other shls and boys from Blj'thevillo and vicinity are al- ti-ndlng school elsewhere Hits year making a total of 97 instead ol 03 as announced last week. •Charles Gordon and Miss Mamie Mngrrs, both of Dell, have enrolled at Arkansas A. and M. college, Jonesboro. Miss Carolyn llnll , is enrolling Hi Die University of ' Mississippi, Oxford, aller having spent the past year with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Emerson, at Hernando, Miss., where tier brother, Charles, Is In high school this year. * • * $o? Scouts to Meet • Troop 31 of Hie local Boy Scouts will meet this evening, 7:15 o'clock, \vlth all expectant scouts to be present. . ! There will be an election of officers nuil plans will be jnnppcd out for many activities 10 be |jro- moted this hill mill winter. Thusc Activities will Include various entertainments as well as scout projects. I Jack Robinson is (he leader of this group. > • • • Etude -Music Club felects New ODkcrs. • Willie Lynn Edwards was elected president of (lie Elude Music club at Us monthly meeting i-Mrtay at- terncon at ilie home of Mrs. D. A. Harwell. Oilier officers naiml wers: V/iriltred Crawlord, vice president; Bonnie Jean liucliiinati, scerelniy. • For the program, Mozarl was studied. These numbers formed the program: i'lano solos. "Merillatlon 1 Joyce Somere; "May First Waltz" Anne Buehanan; "The Drum Major" Mary Jo Buchanan; "Mlmist" ^my Ruth Morris; ; piano duct. Amy Ruth Morris and Hunter Hall; ylollu solo "Whispering ol Love". Bonnie Jean Buchanan; piano solo •Hondo AlttrlkR" Mrs. Hetri Hall; vocal 60k> "Sonny Boy" Mrs. Iverson Morris; piano solo, original composition, Hunter Hall. . Refreshments were served late In Hie afternoon. • * H»s Bridge Party. • Mrs. Raymond Ctirlin bad 3G guests lor a bridge party Saturday »flcrn«on at her home on West Walnut street. T-.IC npartment was filled with basket* and bswls of au- iumn flowers for a coiorful ar- rsngenYent" for the nine tables. A madcria lunclieon set was given Mrs. Harry Klrby for first honors and hose went to Mrs. J. Nick Thomas for second high. The cut prize, Maderia. napkins, were received by Mrs. Earl Hatcher. A chicken salad, served wltti cornflakes cookies, weet pickles, olives and iced ICA refreshed the ladies. » • • Business Women To Meet Toniihl. The Business and Profe-'slonal Women's club will meet tills evening, 7:30 o'clock, at the Ooff Hotel tor a short business session lis- fore going to the city auditorium for the park meeting. All members are urged to to on time. .Music Department Will Meet Friday. The Music mid Art department of the woman's club will have Us first meeting of the fall Friday attcr- noon, 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. George M. Lee, chairman, announced today. • • • Class Elects -Officer*. The Philalhca Sunday school class ol the First Baptist cliinch elected these officers in a meeting Thursday evening: Miss Virginia Grafton, president; Miss Helen Ridings. nrst, vice president; Miss Georgia Lee, second vice president; MLss Naomi Rhodes, third vies president; Miss Annie Lee, founti vice president; Miss Hc!cn Hardn, recording secretary; Miss Louise Wnklen reporter. •• « t * * Junior High Sclinol Class Names Officers Annie la Halscll was elected prcMtfoni of the 7A class of pun- lor high sclioo). Other ' officers named were: Juanita Smith;- vice president; Frances Parker, secretary; Sybil DracXin. treasurer; Tom Simon, physician; Winnie Harwell nurse. The flon-cr chosen was the apple blossom and pink and white motto is "The harder yon hit the «rc to Ire the group colors. The higher you bounce" with "High Bouncers." Tine. marriage ol Mrs. Helen 1'nl- lian and U. f. McCain, loth ol Caruthersville, Mo., occurred here Saturday. Justice Oscar Alexander tier- formed the ceremony. Miss Martha Wceklcy and Marion Baker, both oi Slkmon, Mo.. were united in marriage licre Saturday by the Rev. p. cj. Horie, pastor of the First Melhcaist church, » » • Safcs-Ctnter. Announcement was made loiay Of the marriage of Miss Emmti J:r.- ler^and. Carl Sales, boih of-Brag- gadpclo, MO, which .took place Thursday. Justice E. D. Walker said the ceremony. . . ' The' marriage of Miss Marl Child's, of Lcachvllle, and Has King of Hoseland, look place fere Sat- Wday with Justice C. fa. Marrs reading the service. jQw/m liy HEI£N WF.ISHI1IER A RE tW Ixitjiict sins [n llit sky l!ii; foil, Tlwfl in otltft jeajs? I cm'\ r«j!l If Itiflfucs Lunttl . Will tit JIM ,py (W la fcrit-ltarji dayi iWwc you rame. A ND I don't kiww If i)« M b.'w U«« Ttulfij-.jsJjsl: jongi TKjoujdi bate btonic tie*!, Or liJJI«i' tlijlL-™, AnJ eaiid]f!ig!rf, \Vcit hall as iweet In if* Mil-bright nigh!. A ND »•« I lonely, An.1 &] 1 mm Your \O'KC 3T<J smile, And Iwgli if.i kiss) 1 con'l rrtrxmlwr, Bui llill I LUCK: I staB be W!icr Wkn j« 'Bits oj Neics Mostly Personal Brevity ISW Is Soul of Style Miss Icle Shepherd lias ns her guest Miss UJrlne McCain, of Uix-' orn. . I Mr. anil Mrs. Otto KoclulUky nnd children hnve nHnrnivl from New Madrid, Mo., where llicy spent the slimmer. 1. Clots Shepherd 1ms been visiting In Portngevlllo. Mo., for n week. Miss Franclse Roscnthal returned Saturday from several days spoilt In St. Loiiis buying stock lor the I. Roscnthnl store. | Mr. nnd Mrs. Frnnkltn Mnrshall of Memphis nrrlvctl today to spend the cotton season here. They will reside M tl-.e J. H. smart apartment. Aaron Roseuthal returned Sal- , . urdtiy from St. louls where he I bought ijcoris for his new store. Mrs. A. M. Butt ami daughters. Mrs. Farnswwth Black and Miss Ruth Butt, and Mrs. \v. J. Pollard are in Memphis today. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mn.-i li. Reid ii.iil as their guests over Uic week-eiul Mr Reid's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. I!, neld. his brother, Fur- I low. anil Miss Knchacl Terry, of I Hendcrsonvllle. Teiin.. and attolher brotliur, Bring Reid, of Evansville Inri. Mr. and Mrs. Cliarlcton Crane and daughter. Joan, of Baton Rouge. Ln., have arrived to spend weeks with Mr. ami Mrs. C. J. Crime and family. Miss Burton Nor red has returned from a visit in Wnco. Texas. She was accompanied hon'.c hy her brother, J. LaKuc Norred, and Mrs. | Norrcd, «-ho are guests of another t 5-lstcr. Mrs. Ma\ B. R'jid, aM family. lor several rtnys. Mrs. Matt Monaghan Jr.. and her [ v.i£tiler Uarbara have gone- u> SI. j S'™" 1 * shortly will be tommo for a mouth's stay with Mrs. •' !trcc - «''ar lor summer. If p;pr> ••' by soclstv has its usual eflect ,sal . Monaglian's i»rents who forn-.erly . lived here. fashlcn. Here is Miss Onrk Merrill The Rev. and .Mrs. Ji. s. lins.'i- | sori:l1 regis(?ritc. n.-; she .•.:! ire Mvif Ing, formerly of llaruelle. Ala..! (or Soulhamplon, L. I. their! ~~ Mrs. c. T. Curiwnt... Mr. and Mrs. Iliuce !!•.>!: ,,[ :nr.s!»n> ;irc gticfi.*. -nf Mr aivl Mrs. J. H. stovall for a leu They ftumerly lived in this ri-. Mr.", l-'lorencr liljliu-. v.l-n l:rai .seriously ill. is i day. Dr. Craw 13rd ?.! he:r Saturday lor a wil'i local physician?. •'• T. Mall :im | KMI. .;.„, , r illicit thr- w-ckcnd at Ili-inaii<l/> Mis., whore-they visited Mi i.Hall's consult i"op liavc airived here lo mak, ,,„ „ tone at 245 Cherry street. The Kev. j Mr,.- Carpenter anci dai^hl- r Mr. RuMiing s u, c „„. |WS , 0 , 0 , rnr , Am , n . lm the Crnrch of the N»,,,ren,. Mr. Carpenter's parents. M .Mrs. M. A. llcClwsiler U a pa- ''lent at the Mcmplus Dnn'.iM hospital. Arden n. Crowderl who a.IK at rnciinipmcnt at Camp McRai-. t.utle Rock, was .stricken with apprndi- pitts Saturday ni B hl pr C |ur-| mg to return home, and untirrwcnt an operation at the Dai>Ii\;. -Stale hospital. His condition Is verv [;-:::! Miss Mamie Maijcr.s ol lv:i ! ^ s enrolled at Arkansas A. a:iri M college. Joncfuoro. Miss Jennie Marie Cro»drr o! Memphis .sp?n: yi-sterday a: li-ni- Erncsl names left today lor tlv state university. F-ayeltcviilr. ft^ ha will re-enter school. Lca-ey Caraway, nephew nl H-n- tor Hatlic \v. Car.iw.iy, h : ,j ,~. turned to \Vashin 8 ton. D. C aitir spending n month's vacation at hi- --onie In Manila. S. Joseph and son Charles, air! Everard Wc-tsbnrd bit yosterJa'y for the University of Arkansas wl«re Charles and Everard will cii- 1011 as freshmen. Mr. Joseph will return home tomorrow. Pete Craig and Harold Nimn left today lor Knoxvlllc. Tcnu uhc"- (hey will attend ths university. Mrs. H. L. Reynolds s;i;nt t'-e week-end in Memphis. Mrs. Knight carrx-uter anj Miss Mary Virginia Carpenter or Marked TTJC are guests of Mr. and .\fr- Francis Carpenter today, lhay came over last night wlta Mr. and Swccl ('ro.-im 2oc Ui. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk I0c Qt. Delivered Phone 7-i liulgnriiin UtillcrmilU loc Qt. Go (» Church Smulav I (laughter. Miss Carolyn, who will Icnvu Thursday lor the University of Mississippi, Oxford, and son, Charles, who Is unending lUyii school at Hernando. l-'rank fianly of Santa Barbara, i Cal., wlio formerly lived in this city, Is here for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. I,. Sander arc reluming to their home in Uussull- vlllc. Ark,, after several days stn 1 wltii friends. They formerly r M ld- ,.,,!iv- ed In Illythevllle. U ""' Miss Hess Oo;l«ln Iras returned from ten days spent In Dallas and Fort Woilli, Texas vlsltin^ M t * 11. H. Allen. ° ' "' Home Demonstration Agent Popular Mixtures And Methods. 11V CV.OKA I.KK COI.KMAN Demonstration KITCHEN BV SISTKIt MAKY NKA Ha vice Wrik-r Bo j'ou ever liake your vegetables 1 of boiling or steaming llicm? Huffman News Mrs. Paul Filygcrald of New- Madrid. Mo., Mrs. Mafli- Paye of Tyler, Mo., and M vs . Ileadle Lylr wctc ijuesls of Mrs. Emma I'IMTV '['upsday niyht. Krnest of Memphis. Tonn was here Wednesday nl(;ht. xvi.ti: »'i:iiiunbiraiioii Agent M wi uu^iiig ur au'uming iiu'm.' The- new Lllwrty Home Demon- i Bllltirl S really Is the Ideal method fti-allnn Club mut 1-tiday for an I o! t ' oolt| nK liill vi'iieiabljs. because nil-day cannln B demonstration In tlleir flavor Is iiwitrvL-d anil none the liomc of Mrs. D. Oarrelt. j 0( llle valuable mineral salts are This |s one of the ouiMniullu« i Io! ' 1 '" 'he water that is necessary liibs of the enmity In canning | for boiling. ilork - j Then, too, a «ciUi-vv!-lle i-fojnuiy A majority of the members i ot fuel ca " IK effeded if the vege- lirncllce the "llvc-at-ljoinc" incth- J ablcs are baked; tor while the oven «ts of living. Just ntra- these wo- i k e oll >e for meat ,ur some otlicf n::n arc filling their pantries with i taking, the same heal can cook tho cans of soup mixture, corn, green i vegetables. . Carrots, bcc'.s. corn, |:en s and pickles. , .. , caage Preparation and oannii-.;; of ilif- 1 cnill ifl°wcr. squash, lima beans, to- ferenl veyelnble combinations is In | ni:ll ocs— all the fall vc-i^tubled lenrl reaFon at this lime. l:ccnn<.? there; t!; cinselvos to baking. Onlcm are are many varieties of vegetables " no-.'.' Bi-owliift In the Burden that MONDAY, SKPTKMRER 12, MI; carrots, beet and cabbage! •jalael, peach custard pie, milk, cot- Sir Harry Lauder Carries On Tradition LONDON cui'i-wiillc an audience shook with laughter .it his funny song, Sir Harry Lauder famous Scottish comedian, sang on although .his brother-in-law I lay dciul backstage, j It liapiiciifd recently In black- • liool. Sir Harry was singing liis fcrpncl sons at the first show nt a : vaudeville theater, when Ins brother-in-law. Thomas Vallanee,' died suddenly behind tha scenes For 30 years Vallance had been Ills manager. The neivs ^^ 1 as lieiit (ran Sic Harry until he had finished his turn, but when he came off tho stage, he was informed. With difficulty he concealed his Brief nml when, in the second show, his turn came, he pulled himself lo- Betlier and did his turn. Wimian Two Krrcirds /UNSvVOR'nr Neb. (UP) -- Mrs. Rachel Trusscll claims two ivordj. She is 83 and the oldest rior.on in town, and S | le also has a ]ii?c: of n fnend's weddkig cu iie t.:al i; 22 years old. Mrs. Kale Chandler or Proinls- ! tin- family . lend themselvos to Hie soup . The soup likes o! | nnd the iiuinbfr of . eel I.nml WHS the guest of Max Ruy Thursday. Mi. ami Mrs. I number ol containers • that It will I Ix- necessary lo (III. Twcnly-four i S ' F '' L?'' Hllfrmatl • '1'iai'ts will insure soup once n week lor 11-? 5 oi' 0 months when Ihe fresh vegetables such as tomatoes. Mr. lima beans, corn, and okra. How, • 1™'- lljllll UII1U3, CU1I], itllU UKla. J10W- "i'l?, 1 :?- iJ- Walker am, r "'"" s ' : ":«' « '». •** to serve soine kind baked in their husks and served with butter, wilt nnd p-jipr-r. . ..„..,, |X)t. Tomatoes are tend baked wholj the family without sniffing, liect^ are anuz- inpinbers In '"t'ly appedrins u-Iieii baked ji;st drterinlnc Hi-; "s yon would pj|ato»s. Tlicre is an he Mrs. Smith r Drackln , .......... .,11.1, 11 i^ UI.-SL lu {>ervt; ^oinc Klnu MrThursdaTn,^ ^ ^ «™'^ S ™* °^ "™ lnJ I T^I« SOSE ,t f T h c llC f?hu«h lld0 -r l V T"l hlC -'" »"*»"* ™ c Christ in Stoele, Mo.. "" -'-•• OIMmlcal became eveniiij were: Mis. R r-m n '""" l"' 01 ' 1 "-'^ wnicii are not eii- . „,„. . tliely perfect. Tlic broken, slight- guest of Miss Verdie 13. Rny use very nnich onion or i>otato „..., t «'licu Ihe mixture Is canned. These ,.! two can day night Brewer. Mr. find Airs. >Y. u. jmv mm i . , '" ' family motored to Earlc. Frirtav' l ™ c:ul ^ sloroti s«ceessfnlly nnl for a visit with Mr. Ray's brother' "''f' 1 ^ e " "'- 50! 'P is """J'- Dr. liobert Hay. : " l»rtlcularly gcod combination i Is made by using one quail ol i \j f " llc!c tomato pulp, one pint of tiny [. iVOtcf , lima beans, or one pint of tender . • corn and one pint f okrn. with Patients admitted lo the Illy- ruouih. seasoning to suit the taste. Chcvlllc hospital: Mrs. Alviu Sic- 1 Wasli nnd coro tomatoes nnd vens Slcrlc. Mo., and Mrs. Joe ru | mto pieces. Put in an \mcov- Sliaiiris. city. Patients dismissed. c:c( i stew k°U!e, without am- iva- Elinw Elliff. St. Louis, E«rlii:» icr. nnd cook until perfectly lender I'oole. St. Louis, ami Mrs. J. T. t [fss through a sieve or wire strainer to remove the seed and - skins.. If the pulp is still thin, Kiurn it to the fir:- and ccok 1111- I til It is thick as catsup. Measure ; the pulp niKt add corn or lima I benr.s and okra which have been ! prepared ns for plain conning. Add sensonlng ami boil all to- Ki-'.her for 15 mimi'.rs. Pack boil- ins hoi into container aial adjust mlihcr ring and lid. Process rninrt jars 45 minutes and pint jars nt 10 pounds pressure. If a hot water cnnner Is- used for processing it is safest to use tilt' inteiniiticiU method of sterilization. Let the water boil around the containers for an hour, then itiiioif from the t-amier ami seal, to 12 Ashley, Mexico's Suicide Rate For 1931 Shows Decrease MEXICO CITY. (UP) —Mexico's suicide rate In 1931. when sr.iciiei in miiny other countries were increasing, showed n reduction as compared with 1030. Tl;c total ol ielf-infllct*d deaths last year was compared with 399 in'thc previous year. The Mcxirnn rate fcr 1031. was 2.04 per 100,001) Inhabitants, as compared with the fallowing rates other countries: Ocrninny. 25.03; France, 22.93; Japan, 15.01; B:l- gluin, H.:i8; United States. 13.01 almost, endless list of vegetables that can be bakwl as sun ply and satisfactorily boiled. Some arc- usually vegetables, particularly , . Spain. 1.31; 3.07. Canaan. '(.28; Italy. .. There were more suicides among ronng people without children than among persons with family responsibilities. Revolvers were the mou popular instrninents >of self-;!;'- tructiou. Keltic Is t'lnwer-l'ot CAPK ELIZABETH. Me. lU ^ I.OOO-ponnrt kettle serves e 'lower-pot in tlic garden of varil A. Shaw, Iwrc. Let llvmi stand from 10 hoiirs, mil back into canner. bring (he u-.tter to a boil and boil stead- ly for another hour. The .second lime let them stand Iran 12 to 14 MAN'S HEART STOPPED BY BAD STOMACH GAS W. L. Adams hloatrrt so with gas alter uu-als that liis licurt. missed bents. Adlerika brought, out all gas and i-.ow he cats anylliing and feels line. City Drug Store. W-2 ' -.Adv. at these new McCALLUM HOS In (he New Fall Shades ' SI , 8 1 and .35 Nil Tmipe llrtsc I'tiuiio lU-iil Hnnvn Cnngo 1!ro«n I'rrnrh Hrown 1'clcr I'HII Mrlrtllif Hcifjc I'nlly Hoist- Good Shoes and Hosiery 'hose Hint are known as ...„,.,;Juiced. 1 ' may tc parboiled before combining uiiti the seasoniiys for baking. Cabbage and canlillower are more delicate if :hb is done. Baketl corn is a substantial dish that might well le used us ite main dish for luncheon. Lima beans bak- c-il with tomatoes is another hearty dish for luncteon or lor serving with a light," n:cai course. Iklkl-d farmls One bunch cat rots. '> teaspwns sugar, i teaspoon salt, 2 tnblesjicor.o batter, i iables;x.oii flour, i-a teaspoon dry nlusiard, 1 !-•> C u»s milk. Scrnp« carrjls and cut in thin slices. PIU a layer in a buttered baking dish. Mis and sift flour, sjlt, sugar and mustard. Sprinkle part ot it over carrots and dot with iHutcr. Add .itioth?.- layer of carrots and siismhu.* , ;mi i' an Lj "fed. i=om over milk, cover and rake in « moderate- oven lor forty minutes. Serve from baking, dish. llakcil Cum rive or sis 0.1:3 of cirn, 1-3 cup breacl crumbs. > csgs, 1-2 cup imlk, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon su»ar 2 tablespoons b'attcr. Cut^- top ol ker;:ch of corn and raps out rest \vi:h au.ll cilje of life. Mix corn, !;;-ea;l crinub^ salt 1 tnbles|X)on b:;:kr mcHed atik'su- ear. Beat eggs h-. milk um il very «6ht. Add to cor:: mixtura and mix ightly. Turn into a buttered b.ik- !»g cllsh, dot with butter and bake forty minutes i,, a slon . oven 5., from baking dish. Tomorrow's ."Mt'IKi BREAKFAST: Chilled ap->'c sauce, cereal,, ercain-d ~p'-i- ach on toast with tiacon eun* milk, coflec. LUMUHEON: Uaked corn, slic-d tomatoes, brown bread BT.VKH cookies, milk-, tea ' "DINNER: Sinlfcd breast of veal ! "Like Riding '\on Wings Instead of Wheels" smoo M }f • IN THE Now o gl , ynl| «-pno or , hc ronll , Yon l »vr,filj-, comfonHLlj ,h !It it Hee were on wings instead of wlicelB. A ride. *i» lcU ,-„„ why so many wvcrs 9ay J,' 8 tlic greatest cnr they've ever .Irivcn. T;,kc the wheel yonraclf — today _ an <J l ct the New ForJ V-8 tell ii» own story. FOURTEEN BODY TYPES up "•"'• 1 ""•••• - liours. then put ti-. cm bnck imo the camicr nutl krop ( | lc , V;l u-r tollini: vigorously around the eon- THE NEW FOHD EIGHT PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. I'honc Sll - SKI - 777 \\wa MOONLIGHT, a picturesque mountain camp, a pretty girl a dashing cowboy. \Vith such romantic elements of course there's a love story in "Call of the West" by R. Q. Montgomery. , There's adventure and excitement too in this, infilling new serial. iH % 7 ^.. Beginning Wednesday In Courier News

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