BLYTHEV1LLE, (AfcK.) .COUftffiR NEWS .MONDAY;' FEBRUARY," Summer Can't Be Far Behind, Either Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs ilarry Kirby having Tiles- day. Bridge club. Sunbeams 'meeting rirst Baptist church.'-S.SO pm. Junior C. A meeting First Baptist churclV4 p,m Intermediate O A. meeting First Baptist church, 4 p.m Chapter "K" V E O., meeting 7:30 P. M wttli Miss Allyce Nelson. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. w. H. Mlnyard having Wednesday Bridge club Delphians meeting Hotel Noble, . 9:30 'a.m. Executive board of the Stribury P.-T. A meeting at the school, 3 o'clock. Bible study, Church of Christ, meeting with Mis E D Baker, 2:30 P'M THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs C. F. Tucker having TO.MI and Country club • Miss Va'ifcela Saxc IVcds Charles Brojjclon. The marriage of Miss Vnnceta Saxe and Charles Biogdon was solemnised Saturday night at the home of the Rev H Lynn Wnde, pastor of the First W^thodist church, who performed Uie ring service at' 7:30 o'clock The bride wore a ipilng suit of poudrc blue wool trimmed with a fox collar and her accessories jftcre in grey Mrs Clovls Causey 1 was matron of honor and Mr Causev was the bridegroom's brst man. Mrs."Brogticn, who' is theklaugh- ter" of Rajmond Sivo, came here from Balci Knob, Ark, five years aifo She is a graduate of the city high school. The • bridegroom is - Uie. son •'. of Ml. and Mrs B F Brpgrlon He is connected \\ith the general office: of.: trie Arkansas-Missouri Power company here He and his bride are at home at the Loflin apartments, 1115 W Main street. ' •MMHMPMPVMP^WJMI li !••—»———— Not Very Wise By Helen Wclsliimcr (C\T OT anything you do can change |ny love." 4> I s|X)ke in trutli by what small light 1 knew. So sure that always I would find tlic (tamo. In me rekindled, when I turned to you. B UT you, whoso wisdom was no more than mine, Put to me all the tests of hand and heart, IMievinE-for had I not told you so- Tlidv'c was no fear that true. love could depart. 1 A ND so today I who o»c« thought that I **• Should love regardless what the winds might brine, Can watch llie'-sun, the sea, the hill's white ro;id, •:•• And never care if you should 'weep or sing. Bits of News Mostly Personal Declarer Makes Safey Play and Cinches Slam Contract ,0seeola , / Society — Personal Miss Geialdino^Llsto'i, deputy circuit court ' clerk! was taken to Iho Memphis Methodist hospital Sunday ma,S\vlU J amVilancc Sh' has III at her home Ipi the past-t\vO weeks frann influenza and n ikidney comglicotton. She will probably undergo fin 1 opcin- By WM. fc. McKENNEY The sntcty piny, llio purposo of .hicli is well described in itt. name, Is 0110 ot the wcnpoiv; much usctl experts and only rarely by "ov- ices The le'oson (or this is thai a bcglnim nt bridge caily learns Uie principle ot tlic finesse, and is inclineil to : finesse ,at every opportunity. , yiie expeit kno\\s thnt sometimes n finesse should not be taken, 'bWlrrat Instead lie tliould play ' the^ace.Jo the hand hfinrj, Robsrt W . lion Fiood'BEneJit Nets $55 There wore 187 who braved the ram and cold Saturday nighl to attend the midnight benefit 6ho\v given by Mi and Mrs O W McCutchen at tee Hitz thentci foi the flcod.. relief. -All of the $5C taken m fiom the sale-ot tickets at 30 cents each, has been turned over to Ihc BlythevlllE Red' Cross flood relief fund pin, one of Uic best bridge players I *^ t * _ A'AQ2 i , i •AJ 10087 V J043 « 1083 ' • K J 7 5 * 8 C N W E S Dealer t>5 A K G 1 3 V705 «G2 * J 10 7 5 Steele Schools Closed STEELE, Mo—Tiie Stfjele schools mil hold no sessions (his \veei, it ^"ns announced this mointn^ Unsettled conditions as a-result of the high water have resulted ,11 such a falling off in attendance that It WPS' decided to close the schools for a week in the Cooler district, east of here, vhere the schools have been closed for ft week, sessions we're resumed this morning .. ' KITCHENER, Ont <UP) —Jop « AQ04 , ^, A Q 0 4 3 2 Rubhei — AH vulnerable. Soulli \\c3t North East 1 A ' Piss 1 V •3 » Pflss 3 N. T i » P.iss 4 N T. 5 N T Pass G $ ! Opening load— A J. Pass Pass Pass in Chicago, used the safety pla; by'going uo \\ith the ace and drop ping the lorio King Then ho gav up a trick In the Milt to protcc his fitriaU-slam contract. When the hand was spread Hal pin sitting South, could see tha his one cause of worry was 11 Todiiy's Cbiitract'Prpble'ni Souili is playing (lie con- trnct it thic-e no Uump He can count einht sine, \_lncl s \vitii possibly more 'iu Either diamonds or hearts. How shouldjm miinuEc the play ;.f the club suit, having in .mind (tie possibility tint nctthci icd suit might give him liis ninlh tucK' A 103 , VAKQZs. ,, . \ 0 Q 10 7 5 *„ ' ' A3 (Blind) All Mil Oponei— J> 5 Soluhon in ne\l issue (Eln d) Harrison, 22, a circus performer ' club suit Apparently h= could wi wore out two chairs here sitting all the club Irtcks it East held Hi up what he claims is a 'woncib king, as the third round could b rocking chair .marathon chain- ruficdiard thus no club tricks need plonshlp" He rocked steadily lor| be lost However, he wisely rc)ecl- 55 r-ours • , t cdUhls line of plaj Winning the opening sp'idc leid of.the jack with the ace, he led a low, club Ironi - dummy and wen. right up with (he aee.-West's king dropped, and distrlbiilion cf the j club suit was made.plain. Declarer could iccept forcss in both hands, so he returned a small club;-which East won. Now East returned a,trump, and South made all the remaining ' Iricks, ruffing one club in" dummy after taking two more rounds of diamonds. By playing- the ace of dubs uid then conceding, a club trick, the contract was assured - against.- ill- most any possible-distribution-'of the cards. Emi. had West ri'illed the. second club.'-and returned-an'- other spode.or made any other,re; turn, the contract.could- not be beaten. Mrs. I3cl win Robinson went to Litllo Rock today for a two weeks visit with her daughter, Miss, Charllne, who is employed there. Miss Mildred Lou Hnbhard, who. attends Southwestern University at Memphis, spent the weekend at home. , Mrs. Matt Moriaghan. und daughters, Barbara and Rosemary, we'nl to St. Louis Saturday for the funeral of Mrs.' Monaghan's father, the Rev. A. B. Chapman, formerly of here. They plan to cc away about a week. Richard Jlcdcl is lil from Influenza at the Blytheville hospital. Mrs. A. M. null arrived home Saturday aftomobn from St. Louis where she and her daughter, Mrs. William M, Robinson of Cape Glrafdeau, were guests of Mr. Robinson's parents, Mr. and Mi's. !?. M. Robinson, for almost a week. While there they were guests of lohov at a tea given by Mrs. Roband attended several. other iffnlrs. Mrs. Russell Phillips and chfl- Iren have gone, to' Nashville Tcni}., for a visit .with relatives They were accompanied bj Mrs, Phillips' mother, Mrs. George R Calhoun, who returned homo aftei i ten days stay here. Robert Baxter, who attend Mississippi State college fit Statk viile, spent several days nt horn ';he last of the week, Mrs. Lcndennie Fowler Is con vnlcscing after several days nines. . Harmon Robinson spent Simda with'.his mother, Mrs. Edwin Rob itiEOn. He will resume .his .war xxlay as motor boat operator c Parkin, Ark., whcro he has bee stationed foi 1 the past five da with the U. S, Engineers. Warner Hawkins is 111 at h ionic here. Mrs. L. w. Gosnell,. who wr taken to the Memphis Baptist ho's- ital- Friday, is slightly Improved today.'. -. W. M. Scruggs went to Memphis odav to spend several days with relatives, .Dr. P. L.- Husband was in New Madrid yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyers ino- .picd to New Madrid yesterday, vherc Mrs'. Meyers' relatives rc- fclc. Loy Welch went to Marked Tree and Memphis yesterday. He was tccmcanlcd frc-m Marked _ KWVIeiirrhls Lj AJi« v Welch and ler two nieces, whom "she' Is stay nc with while their paients ai' n at Memphis hospitals •Miss Katherlne DOhley ha." re- f ilrnetl from Memphis/ where she pent three weeks with her mo •her. R W Crawford is a pnticni it tlic Mcmnhfs Baplist ho pit Mr tnd Mrs Oscar HardawaJ nd •son ictuincd >esteiday frorf Memphis. Mrs H E Curtcn has r'cturn- d to her home In. Conway, Ark. ifter a two weeks \lsit with hei istci Mis H Ljnn Wade, am he Re\ Mi sVivde The Re\ Jamfs T Randlc, pastor nf th'e Methodist. church a Uixcra, was a 'week-end visitor Ji the home of the Rev. am Mrs H Lynn Wade nnd prcnch id at the First Methodist churcl lunrtay night. The Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Cooley of Jomei spent the week end will and the vegetables anil<splces and. pour )n the claret 1 and 'wine vihe- gar Cover iiUT practice 'Heavenly • patience for' two days,' r : ,'. When ready' to use, remo'vp' beef. Place In roasting pan'and roast in' veiy hot oven for 20 minutes.' Remove, dust with flour and place In' large casserole. Return to oven and bake at moderate temperature for about half an hour more until'done, batting frequently, with the brine tt stood In for two days. Remove meat 'when tender, strain sauce in casserole. Add 1 teaspoon raisins, 1-2 cup canned tomatoes ind'enough pulverized ginger snaps to thicken the'sauce slightly.".Season with salt, pepper and a sus- piclcii cf sugar! Slice, the beef and ;erve with its sauce. This time it's saucrbraten, but the 1 mood is still 'gemuctlichkeit." lift ujl iiii tscouraged by the vslnlo blasts' Then look at Gay Hajden (right) and Joan Tajloi lolhn<* in the m at Mhmls Honey Plaza Cabana Club, for fho Florida season is a sure sign tint summer will be ong almost before jou know it- and jou, too can wear the tin things m bathing Mitts like theirs fiss Ha>dchs halter ton suit Is of jollow lubber with mesh inserts and Miss Tajlors white wool •ith braided red and while belt and li alter straps. Fishnet sandals and gay bandanas complete their ensembles. Churchgoer Speaks Up And Amazes Minister PUEBLO, Colo. (UP)—Dr. Will Sordpn, 'pastor or the" Park Hill Baptist church, put this question L o a-male member of his congregation: ' ' . ' •'• : • 'it jou could remove the ! one liing frcm tlic world that causes • the most sadness,' what would it • be?' The man answered, emphatically: "Wcrricn. Dr. Gordon concluded the man must be a bachelor. Flood Relief Mr. and Mrs. M. :T. Moon, pnrenU of Mrs Coolej Mn Coolcv, whi has been 111 at a Memphis he* pttal, Is now much Improved. I" J W. R. Quails, Reiser, Succumbs to Pneumoni ELIEF.FI! IS Jt! Flood Aid Contributions Are Still Being Received by CormniUce Almost S3100 has ben conliibut- cci to the Red .Cross flood relief fund since the drive for funds was opened here about a week ago j Donations will continue to be received by Max Meyers, chairman | or B. A. • Lynch, as long as the emergency exists. Contributions not previously acknowledged are: Grater's, $100 "A Friend," "A Friend," each $50; | C. C. Langston, Ray Jackson, Mr land Mrs. E. H. Caldwcll. each ?25 East Arkansas''Builders Supply Co. !$2(-; John B. Walker, SIS; c. J Little. Gilbert Stacy, U. S. Branson, E. B. & F. R. Bloom, Rob- Instn Urug Co.. Royal Brotherhood club. C. E. Nichol. 510; "Cash" 87.55; "Cash", R. E. Wal- IJOle, St. Francis Drug Store. Ray 'Baueher. G. M. Wilson, J. li. Smart jr., E. M. Huffman and family, p. E.. O. chapter, 8. P. & Sons, G. F. Scrape. 55; Finicra!. services were held Sat urdaj for W R Quills 70 of Kei w who died Frldiy at the Bun itst hospital In Memphis after scv cral weeks illness of pneumonia. The Roy. Mr. Vcrnon offlclatj. at the services held at Sandy EHg cemetery, whore Interment wa nade.-The Moss Funeral Servlc was in charge of funeral arrange incuts.- Mr. Ouails is survived by thrc sons, • J. D., T. W. and \v. Quails. it wilh.salt and pepper.and dredge nh .Hour. Heat butter in large ron.pot, and brown pieces on al. j ides | Strain the liquoi and add to po ntil It reaches depth of I 4 inch ;o\er the pot place o\er low fire jnd.. cook' until; rabbit' is tender The stew must neier boil Wh=t neat Is lander remo\' 1 from pot hen thicken stock with a htth tloin- when smooth, add 1-2 cui our cream Heat thoioughlj ano pour o/ei the rabbit The result is ha*rapfeffer and he friendly mood ' it brings is known as ''genVuetlichkeit. 1 Saucrbraten (6 to 's senings) Four pounds lean rump h n cf 1 pint claret and 1 pint wine une- (do not use cider vinegii) 1 large onion cut in pieces 1 huge carrot cut m pieces 1 tablespoon of mixed spices (ill spice clo\es baj leaies, black pepper) into a large clock place the beef Don't Sleep When Gas Presses Heart If you want to really GET RID OF GAS and terrible bloating, don't expect to do it by Ju t doctoring your stomach with harsh irritating alkalies nnd "gas tablets."; Most CAS ]s lodged In the • : stomach and upper, intestine and ts 'dele to old poisonous matter • in the .' constipated bowels that are loaded • with .ill-causing bacteria. If your constipation is of long stand* Ing,' enormous quantities of dangerous : bacteria accumulate. Then your, digestion, is-upset. GAS-often presses heart and lungs, maklhtrlife miserable. . •You'/can't eat or sleep. Your head aches. ;.Your back aches. Your complexion is sallow-and pimply. Your breath'is foul. You are a sick,' grouchy. -. Wretched, unhappy person. - YOUH "SYSTEM IS POISONED. . : *~':cusands of sufferers have fountain AdEerika the quick, scientific way to rid their ay terns of harmful bacteria. Adlerika rid .you of gas and cleans. foul poisons out of DOTH upper arid " lower boviels.- Give your bowels a' REAL, cleansing ,with Adlerika. Get rid of GAS Adlerika does not gripe— ' is not habit forming. Kirby Drug Co. Main Cut Rate LHi-Way' Cut Rate : -,!t!rn| Mothers! Don't take chances » with colds nib on VAPO RUB .\dm.-AIvfays 10 & 2ac—Ic Ta> Show Every ; Ni'sht Slalinrcs Friday, Saturday, Sund:ii Trulij s. Simdi) Matmees—2 1 Saturday Matinee —. Contimioui owiiii; — 1:00 Till 11:00 P. M Las! Time Today Everything For Your Entertainment and Comforl ; James rtlelton antl Patrick''Ellis in (I A ray of sunshine in ^ a dreary setting was 5-months-old Frances vinrie Bradford, laughing 'delightedly In a Memphis refugee camp. tVith sickness and terror all about her,'she declined to be .depressed. Frances ftiarie fled, with a little .assistance from her parents, from her home near Osceola. Sauerbraten and Hasenpfeffcr Added to All-America n Menu Town's Streets Safe, GRAND RAPIDS, Minn. (UPi- Grand Rapids .has not had a death dns to an 'automobile accident since early; hi-1027. Sanders, W. H. BrllUiin. Magcio Sunilee; Will Sumlee,. Mrs. S.'ll. Rcbstofk, Joe Evans Elkins, OHic Shcfield, Mrs. Jack Hargell, Eelnw Lcntz iMorriion, 4th grade. Central Ward school, Charley Razor, Frank Saltcrfield, $1. By MltS. G.VYNOR MADBOX , NBA Service Staff Writer • In our age of quick cooking, both sauerbralcn and liasehpfeiTer • refuse to be speeded. It's two days or nptlilng with these ancisnt and honorable? German specialties. Stubborn in an era of kitchenettes, Ihey stand for the flavor that ri- peiis only with time.- You:, might investigate., . 'Hasenpfcffci' is always a controversial recipe. This particular Choice is ottered with - full honor to all the others. Hascnpfcffcr (4 to 6 servings) One earthenware crock, 1 pint vinegar, I pint vaWr, 1 medium onion, finely sliced. 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1-2 teaspoon black pepper, I bay leaf, 4 whale cloves. And "I AM it laiK, doggone it! NOW n ill >ou take it back?" I Q. W. Potter, Number 0 Home Demonstration club, $3; Still Coughing? No matter how many medicines you have tiled for your cough, chesf cold or bronchial Irritation, you can get relief now with Creomulsion. Serious trouble- Inay bo brewing and yon cannot afford to take a chance with anything less thin Creomul- sion, which goes right to the scat of tho trouble to afcl nature to soollio mid heal the inflamed membranes as the germ-laden phlegm is loosened, nnd expelled. Even If other remedies have ' Oscar ?"& tonl.toj^wagcrt, y° ur Strong. Mr. <nid -Mrs. T. W, Esk-1 mcncy If you nre not saYish'cd with rldec, E. A. Austin, Amanda Nasii.i results from liio very first bottle. $2; Mi's. T. H. Hnynes, $1.50; Buck Ocl Crcomulsiou light HOW. (Adv.) of course ona medium rabbit, hutch raised and fed on a graceful diet of cereals, alfalfa, milk, and those vitamin bringers, leafy vegetables Your butcher will liayc Just what Love Song" i With Hugh Herbert, Za.su'., Pitlb, Allen Jenkins itnd Nat;' ? |jj| Pendleton ,,-, Lyrics on their li]w! Laughs up'" 'Jieir il'Ciesi Love in their hearts!':. i good cast and a good show! .Vg, Also. .PAI5AMOUNT NEWS SPEC- • O I\L—'SCTNES OF THE FLOOD".'" The raramounl News Sunday ail(l : '"' |l Monday will be devoted entirely liy" r ?;,!| the scenes of the Itoort—Come aim '-"-""'^l sec' it! • • ^ ' —Atlnlission— ' Jlatinec—10 & 26c Night—16 & 3Gc Also Fox Movietone News and Comedy you need, so Daddy won't have to go hunting. Clean rabbit and ci:t in places. Arrange pieces in large crock or glass dish. Cover with vinegar and water mixed and add the other ingredients. Cover securely and 2 Afliills' Admitted for Price of 1 forget about the rabbit' for two day's. On the day of the hasenpfefTcr, remove the pieces from the liquor, but don't throw the liquor away. It is faithful to the end. Season rah- ARE A WEAK WOMAN? YOU; Head thw: "Any duties about Ihc lioasc . inailc me ((fl 4o.titerl.-T 'uffcrc-l from lifa 4a and backache and m nerves were all tipset, a ilur to (ur.ctiotinl disturn- ancej," said'. Mrs- 'Anna GalewoodoE 12»:\V.".9ih St.. Norlli Little -Reck, Atk. "AfUr tisiiig t> r - PtMcripttoii ai a tonic . hd(«r 'and 1 could cat and slept belter." Buy nowl New sue, tablets S&c., liquid SI PHONE 180 FOR QUALITY WORK AND GOOD SERVICE NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS. HOW rOU'll lAUGS; . . . AND HOWJ You'll IOVE IT . . . WHEM THIS PERI? lintE NEWSPAPIS WOMAN QUf-'. < WITS AND OUT-SOCKS HER'WOMAN- • ! L'' '! WISE BOSS!
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