The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 21, 1937
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iiii'tikv . Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Betty Isaacs and Sara Lou Mc- Cutchcn having dancing party. Eastern Star nisetlng at 1:30 P. M. Fruit Pastries Crown Meal BieMer-Hood Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blebler, ot Colt, Ark., have announced the marriage of their daughter, Clara Louise, to James Hood, of this city. The wedding look place Sunday, January 10, at the home of Justice C. H. Chlldress, at Wynne. Mr, and Mrs. Hood will make their home here. Cliili Supptr Postponed Because of the rain and chill iuppcr, planned for tonight, will not be held at the Lake Street Methodist church. Has Bridge Tarty Mrs. J. M. Williams was host ess to a bridge luncheon Wednesday at her home, 1045 W. Ash St.. when she had eight guests, A two course menu was served nt small tables in the living room. In the bridge games Mrs. F. B. Joyner won a pottery sugar and cream set for high "score and a potted plant went to Mrs. Carrol Blakcraorc for second high score iinffo Parly Postponed Tlie bingo party, planned for tonight to be held at the Catholic social hall, has been ixjslponed until Friday night because of the rain. • • * O. E. S. Plans Staled Meeting. The local chapter of the Order of the Eastern star will have a stated meeting Friday night, 7:30 o'clock, at the hall. Guest Speaker at Central P. T. A. Meet How parents play the most im- Fold-over Urts w the hrijhl up-laoklnj ones chter even the plainest of dinners. Jellies, cheese and jams, cilstards and nul mixtures can be used for Interesting; filtiny. BY MRS. GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Service Staff Wrller Fruit tarts can be the Jewels of the meal. Simple chough to make, they, always give the Impression of being the product of a skilled chef. Cheese and custard can Join In the fruits and jams to add variety to the tart tray Here are a few rechws straight from the kitchen Jeweler. 1 delinquency was told members of tlie Central Ward Parent-Teacher Association in a meeting Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, guest speaker. Her subject was "The Community's Attitude Toward Crime, Delinquency and Law." ' In discussing this theme she brought out that parents often times set the wrong example by doing such things as knowingly money, telling One Rfch T»rt Pastry (Atout 8.tarts) and p ha,f cups toft-wheat iteur, 1 i.'aspoc'i salt, 1-: teaspoon taking-liowdrr 8 tfi- bleipoons fill, abouc.3 tablespoons wiuc-r. Mix flouc. r.nd 6alt .and biking ptwder and sift again. Work in .o( -..flnis-; a fork, When Hour .Hid fat will cr *'oUi attitude fa* are "grainy," . iy. but use no more -i.h'in absolutely necessary to • makiv-.n still dough On a lightly floured board, roll out pastry to a little less than 1-4 : inch thickness. Cheese Taris (About 8 tarts) One cup grated cheese, 2 lable- spbons flour, 3 eggs,'- 1-4 : teaspoon paprika, 2 tablespoons butler, 2 cups milk,, 1-2 teaspoon salt, dash of cayenne. Line patty (Ills with rich pastry, uncooked. Scald milk, add bul- ter and- flour blended together, seasoning and cheese. Add well- beaten yolks, arid cook in double boiler Cool. until .thick .and smootV Beat egg whites until stiff Bits of ;News Mostly Personal Declarer Makes Contract By Getting Count on Opponent and dry and; fold Into other mixture. • fill' pastry, shells. Bake moderate oven (325 degrees p.) for. 25 mnutes. Try ihcse with chilled .whole', fruit such as or tart apples. Bright Jell}- Tai-ls '(About 8 tarts) One-half clip currant or tart ,and brightly, colored clear jelly, 1-3 cup butter, ,1 1-4 cujis sugar, 2-3 tcaispoon lemon |iiice. Line patty tins' with rich pastry, : uncooked. Cream butter, add sugar and cream well, then beat. Beat egg- yolks well, and add to butter mixture, then add the 'jelly. Beat egg whites until stiff and dry, then fold into the- mixture, adding the 'lemon: juice at last Sake : in'. moderate oven (325 deg. :F.)' for 25'minutes. passing "bad" "white" lies and "getting by" on certain occasions. She also look up the need for molding children's habits at an early age in discussing other phases of her 1 subject. Mrs. C. R. Babcock :" gave a resume of the talk given by Mrs. Curtis Stout of Little Rock, president, of i the state P. T. A., at the county';- council - hieeirig • at; Joiner Friday, in which she took up'the goals for tlin organization. Mrs. Chester Caldwell, program chairman, presented the program. Mrs. P. B. Joyner presided in tiic business session in which it was voted to cooperate with other P. T. A.'s of the city in observing Founders' Day with a. night meeting on February 10 and to have ii study course, with the Junior- Senior p. T. A., to begin sometime next month. The subject will be selected later. The dollar prize for attendance went to Miss Mary Outlaw's room. Before the meeting, mothers of the first and second grade students had been invited to Miss Anna May Oliver's room for n program given by students In these grades. : » • i STarrisge licenses Issued. These marriage licenses have recently been issued 'from the BlyUie- ville cilice of the county court clerk: Harry Re ( dwin. of here, and Miss Ellen Bizzle, of Caruthersville; Zeta Gaines and Miss Gladys Haley, both of here; Sam Maiden and Miss Oracle HoU, both of Caraway; Henry Ward, of Dirks, Ark., and Miss Beatrice Overton. of here; John Thomas and Miss Susie McClish. both of Manila; W. S. Aycock aud Miss Mildred Aycock, both of Luxora; Charlie Strange and Mrs. Lillian Kirk, both of Huffman. Woman's . Missionary :: socle ty met in the home of: Mrs.. J.: I.'iMiftlin, with Mrs Lillian Peear as assistant hostess, Tuesday Afternoon to hear the first program." taken from the Royal Service' magazine on "The Anglo-Saxon" Mrs Charles Corkran was the leader and was a&sisted by Mesdames S j^ Smith Anria Terry, Eugenia Clark and ; Vernon Mitchell: l ">• Tiie history of the hymn for" the jear, 'Christ for the World We Sing" was guen >by Mrs B. O Wilkins, and tho history of the 1937 natchnordy |''Not. might, nor by power.--but ty my Spirit, saith the'; Lord ."of.-"hosts'/, taken from Zechanah 4 6 nas given by .Mrs. Crras.; Evans. ., Mrs. Julia B. Owens .was enrolled as a new .'member. • • • Forty guests, including two out- of-town . guests, the Rev.' J. C. Agnc-w,. of Garden Point, anil Rabbi Maurice Lyons, of Blythe- vllle, were present Tuesday when the members-'of the 'Methodist Missionary society honored the membership of the; church with a "Fellowship" luncheon 7 in the Sunday . School department of the church. .The 'Rev. 'James T. Randle'^was master-^of•;ceremonies- and introduced Rabbi Lyons,: who responded with' the . beautiful story of' : :'.'The" Tear, of - Repentance." Mr. and Mrs, E. F.;,Fry arc bolli II from Influenza-at their home on Davis Avc. • • •'•-,. Mrs. James BarkEdale and daughter have returned from ft dslt with relatives; In Memphis. Mrs. E. B. Woodsou is visiting In Memphis and Lake Village, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. ? : Wood, [ 618 W. Main St,, have as their guests, Mrs. Wood's sisters, :- Misses ' Victoria and Emma Black,: of Lelaiid Miss., and Mis."'Einittctt DeWItt and daughter, .of • Mobile, Aln. They will be here for. several \veeks except-for 'Miss • Victoria Black who \vill only" remain for al few days, , ' i Mrs, Julian Beits,-of'Memphis, has come here with Mr. Bells, who is directing work at Big Lake. Mrisl Belts \ras formerly Miss Jane Buck. I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M.' Buck. : i Billy . LQuisc Qiiines. who was taken to Dr. Rosamond's clinic at Memphis Tuesday, has been admit-' ted to the Baptist, hospital. It is i probable that she will undergo 'all operation for appendicitis. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'R. u. Gainra, are with .her. . . . Moss Bryan, of Nc«- York city, has arrived for a visit with his mother, Mrs. E. .M, Bryan, .and daughter,. Miss ElleiK•';••;': :> ; Dr. Paul L, TipioiV, who has been ill trbin innuciiza for the past three days, .Is now conyalescing. - .' J. Heal Gcsell went to Birmingham, Ala., today on a,business trip. Mrs, -Oesell, ;Mrs.: Pearl Spencer, Mrs. A. B. Holland and Mrs. £. J. Browne motored him:to Memphis. ' .-' -.'-. ; Mr. and Mrs. j./Erricst Hassoii will .go to Dallas.'Texas, SatiirdaV for several days. Mr. Hassoir will attend to business;' ",- ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Webl) were at'Earle yesterday making picparalions for moving to thoif farm there today,or tomouow John Mel Salmon, son of the Rev and Mrs Stuart H Salmon, who underwent a lonsilcctoirty at the Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday, is gelling along splendidly His parents are with him - t Albert Lafardette, of Miami, v,as admitted to the BHtlicvllle l-os- pltal jesterday because of an Infected knee i Eugene Stanflll, : pf Manila, -who oparation' December By WM. K, McKENNRV Secretary, American Brld<« L«a(ue Soihe • limb, perhaps, a ; . bride*; player wllh^ u genius for coining net phrases' will rename Oie standard plays at the bridge table. Possibly we shall have «• dlstlncllvo bridge vocabulary, Instead at borrowing oiir terms from the baseball field or elsewhere. However, uiilll lhat happy day arrives, those of us who wrll< about bridjo must rely on tho,common- ly accepted lerms. Today's hand deals with a sllua- tlon In which Iho declarer, finding an unfavorable trump break, was V AKQ 100 * None + KQ2 *J 10 * A K 8 8 70-12 + 08 N W, E s Dealer ^8762 V00432 * None •fr J 5 •! 3 Today's Co»lr»ct Trobkw South Is playliiff 'n ', |r»nd slam cfintroci In licaclB. Con he fulfill it, it cllhcr East or West holds nil fqiir . ou.ts|tmdihg '' 4A73 (Ulind) (Blind) A53 ¥85 » Q.I 10 53 * A 10 70 .Duplicate—E.-& W. vul. South West Norlh Kast 1'ass Pass 2* p us s 3 » Double 3 » Pass •1+.:. I'.-iss or Poss 6 T Pass Pass . Pass Opening lead—4> 3. 21 breed to rely on an end play, or 'orced lead, to make his contract of six licarts. An end play in bridge is one by vhich a defending-player. Is forced o lake a Irick and return n card which will give declarer'his con- ract. . .. '.' ... West did not-open the bidding, because of Ills vulnerability. Later, when he saw the. South hiiud us dummy, lie was glad that he had not done so. His double of tliree diamonds was made as a lead directing bid. In looking al today's hand, It Is. of course, apparent that six sp could be .made without difficulty, 29 for a ruptured appendix, was returned to the Blythevlllo hospital yesterday after having gone home three days ago. Mrs. I. R. Johnson Is spending several days-lu Memphis with relatives J. T. A'lford was admitted to the Blythevllle yesterday for treatment O. i E. Quellmalz Is ill from Influenza. .Miss Nona Crews, who received injuries to her face In a motor ac cldcnt a few days ago, was abli Ho leave the Bljlhevifle liosplta yesterday. •:iv[r. and Mrs. Charlie Mifllin was hosts Monday, evening to twenty guests at a 'six .o'clock turkey . dinner, "followed-, .by several progressions 'of bridge. Mrs. T. F.:Hudson;held-.the high score for the ladies and -was presented hosiery. R. T. Ballew ; was awarded socks for the nieh's"high score. On British, railways .there are 20,369 steam-driven,' 10>- ihtcrna combustion, : and 1424 electric lo comotives. The 1 latter include motor coaches. . MINERVA YARNS "Aristocrat of' 1 .Knitting. Yarns" FREE ^INSTRUCTIONS - WEDNESDAYS & FTUDAYS MRS. A. C. HALEY . • ..' Pride . Sub division . SAVE cm DRESSES 3 Day Sale Society Luxora Personal Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Scgravcs Icit Mcnday afternoon for a ten days visit with 'their daughter, Mrs. Crabtrcc. pnd Mr. Crabtree, in Avon Park, Fla, < :» %'^ICB The Rev. and Mrs. L. P. Flcm- mliig had as their eucsis Sunday, the Kev. and Mrs. E. P. Crocker, ol Porlagcvllle, Mo. The Rev. Crocker preached al the evening hour of worship at the Baptist church. Mrs. James T. Handle and younff son. Jimmy, returned Friday from a four weefcs visit with Mrs. Handle's parents, oE Boone- vllle. Ark. Miss Vivian Lynch, who lias been In Flint, Mich., for several weeks, returned home Monday accompanied hy her brothers. William and A. J., and Mrs.. A. J. Lynch, who left Tuesday to visit her parents, Mr. aiid Mrs. J. R. Graham, of Rl'pley, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. George Shlbley left Wednesday for Cooper Hill, Tenn., to make their home. Rabbi Maurice Lyon, of Blythe- vllle, spoke at the Methodist church Sunday night. * * • • Sixteen members • of the Baplls Friday!- Saturday - Monday All Fall and Winter Dresses Half Price Reg. Values;S6.90 to $19.75 ALL PELT HATS Values S1.D5 to $5.95 $LOO ALL Shoes $3.00 While : They Last! New IjCpnoiny Shop Ingram -Bldgi '• Phone 951 BLYTHEVILLE APPRECIATES GOOD MKAT - OUR GROWING, MEAT BUSINESS PROVES IT! PURE LARD Bulk Lb. HOME MADE SAUSAGE „ 15 BREAKFAST BACON Rind-On, 1,1). Rindlcss, Lb. . 3(lc SIRLOIN STEAK • Swift's Premium •Lb. 35 PICNIC HAMS Circle (S) I.b. •+AK All vul. Opener— A K. Solution in next issue. to Into distribution, but. South ad no reason for preferring Mint lit over hcM'Is. When Bust failed to Often dln- londs. lint chose; Instead what np- KMircd to be ri fourth best load, It coined likely that he hold no card i his partner's suit.. The tlircc of tubs was led. The sovcli.was play- d from dummy. West; played the U and North won with the ucen. ' -• •'.,., : North Intd down two rounds 01 rump, learning'>llu; . bad news, rounds of spades were ; playc< nd now the decliVrer-lind n pcrfccl omit, on the East- hind. Two more roUndSjof.spades \vcru ed, then three -rourids of clubs, hiesslng the 10. In the dummy. On he ace o( clubs, declarer dlscard- d his good spado. A diamond was : led aiid ruff oil Jy declarer. This *»s ovcrruffcd )y East, who NOW w»4 compelled o lend Into declarer's'tenaoc hold- ng In iriimp. TUus 'the contract was nmdc. Qsceola Society — Personal Announcement was mside today by Mr. uicl Mrs. O. M. Faltley, parents of the grOoiii, ot the marriage of their' oldtst son, Paul, to Miss LoulM . Johnson ot' Florence, !». i | The wedding,!ch .c«me as a surprist to Osceola friends, 'occurred at the bride's home in Florence on December 23rd. lic bride, a grftduate of the Florence high school Is employed as s««Ury to the county demonstration iigeiit Rt WayuesVxn'o, Tcnu., while Mr, Falrloy la con- hocled with lh« U. s. aighicevs lii the Memphis art*, He Is now on. flood relief duty «l Kennctt. He attended T»to School, Shelby- vllle, Twin. After Murth l they will be nt home In Osceoln. ' ' '. * * . • O. E. S. M«ts The ICRU!M- business meeting of the Enstcm Stir • wns held In their club room Tuesday night. Plans were made and .'committees unpointed for the Bunco u»rty to be given in the'Progres- sive club room on Prlitay night, Feb 6 by the Tucktr dub.oC.UM O. B. 8. ",'.,i -%.''* MM, Abnef. Driver -»nd *&,..' Abiwr > Driver, *nd wile, »»«fT» d»U|ht*r, Mrs. Rex PftUrt- 'ojt-' Par&goukt left this morning"tor^fc six weeks motor trip to Lot Article*, Cal. Mrs. potter will vtslt'her '' son, Rex RoStrts,' who Is attencl-' Ing school In Olcndale, CalU. "> WELLESLEY, Moss. (UP)-E». eort* of'Wellesley college Junjcft ( *\ don't haye to walk home whto ' ' lh«lr automobiles bre»k dwrivn-ja ' glrh haVft beiome proficient ta automobile )neclionlcs is'result '61' (i now course Introduced In tn« pliyslcs dep»rtmerit, 15 /W/'-F/to sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS < HYPERACIDITY 'mffertng fiam STOMACH OA 1 BipUuUie'nai mmt wtich ll ' KIRBY BROS/DRUG CO. ROBINSON DRUQ CO., • Inc. MANILA: PEOPLE'S DRUQ •:' The word "ciu-few" comes from 'couvrc-fcu," or "cover fire," and Intca back to the lime when each householder covered his fire at n •crtaln time every evening. DOES HI,ADDER IftKlTA- TION WAKE YOU UI'V It's .noI nonnal. It's nature's •warning, "Danger Ahead," Make :hls 25o lest Use buchu leaves, Juniper oil, and 6 other drug*, made into mile green • Ublets, (o flush out excess «clds and Impurities Excess acids call Cause Irritation resulting In getting up nights, Scanty flow, frequent desire, burning, backache, and leg.pains. Just say Bukcls to your druggist. In four days tf not pleased your 25c 1 be refunded. City Drug Store. Several Re-possessed FRIGIDftlRES Look Like New , Mew Box Guarantee To Be Sold for Balance Due Finance Company Ped'eel Mechanical Condition Sizes from 4 Cubic Ft. to 9 Cubic Ft. -• Easy Terms •- E.B.GEESALESCOJnc. , Mione 67 HENS Full • Dressed Lb. 27 l CHUCK ROAST Swift's Premium Lb. CALF LIVER Fresh Lb. 35 FRESH OYSTERS Kxtra Select Pint 35 FRESH GROUND BEEF Lit. 15 C Heads You Win; Tails We Lose! BRICK CHILI Broadway Sales, Inc., Ill South Broadway, < Hlythevllle, Ark., have so "much faith in the extra value built into the New 1937 Hudson, and Terraplane Automobiles that they will'sell you one of these fine cars ... .You drive it 500 miles or two weeks whichever 'comes first; if you are not satisfied, return it and your money will be, .cheerfully _ refunded. This Offer Holds Good Until -February 10, 1937 Lee Atchley Manager M m\ 22c 60c HAM HOCKS For Seasoning Lb. CREAM CHEESE Wisconsin Lb. 25 C BUTTER Fresh. Process Lb. 34 l TENDER MADE HAM Center Slices Lb. 45' LUTES GROCERY AND MARKET 206 W. Mairf" Phone 161 We Doltvcr If the public knew how good these New Hudson and Terra- planes are, .we could riot -begin to supplyMhe demand,; This is no fdlc talk. We: make this statement' Without fear of con. tradiction. : BROADWAY SALES,;INC. Ill South-Broadway We arc determined-to put these fine out-in front where they rightfully belong. ...and we will make you a tremendously, big allowance for your-old car. HUDSON AJ\D TERRAPLANE DEALERS

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