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I/;... ' &- »*«• TWO HL1THEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar •TUESDAYS EVENTS , City, council P. T. ,A. meeting at high • school auditorium. Mrs. W. Leon Smith' having Tuesday Bridge club. , Young ^fatrons club meeting \s'HU Mrs. Dixie' Crawford. B. T. U. First Bnptlst church having business and boclal meeting, 1:30 p. m. Royal Neighbors meeting with Mrs. J. D. Barfcsdale. for parly. 7.31 p m. . • O. E S ,Mnlsd meeting, 1:30 P. M , . ' •;' ' • , . WEDNESDAY'S EVfcNTS - : Delphian' meeting Hotel Noble, 3:3(1 a. m, • - • •'• 1W. M. S. First Mclhodlst church having prayer service; 2:30 ji. m. Jewish. Ladles Aid .meeting with Mrs. Wolt Arian and MrsV-i: nos-. entlml at Allan residence, 8 j>: m. Bible study .church ' of- Christ meeting with. Mrs. Herman Spiccr of Utxora, 2.30 pm. THURbDAVT'S EVENTS Mis P. B Joyncr having Thursday Contract .club. '•.. ':' Thursday'. Luncheon club meeting with: Mrs, J. A. Leech'. Mis W L. Horncr having Mid- Week Bridge club. W. M. s. Krst Methodist church haung prnyei service, 2:30 p. m. The. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Rcnfro cnlGilaining joung people of .Second Baptist chinch, 1:30 p. in. U D c meeting with Mrs, J. Mcll Brooks, 2:30 P. M. FRIDAY'S LVENTJ5 W. M. S Fnst Meihodisl church having prayer service. SATURDAY'S EVENTS .Hnsson-Dunlinm wedding to bo .solemnized at, lljsson homo, 7 p in Mines. Lloyd Sllckmon, Murray, Smart and Jesse . Taylor having bildgc unity rjjU^ourdry club, 2:30 1) in Dad Sets the Sly'lo Bits oj Neics Mostly Personal Tlic licv. E, K. Liitlmer, former jasior of the First Christian church and now pastor of a church at El Onlro, Cnl., Iran been seriously 111 but Is now better. Mrs, George Carney was called to Braggadocif;, Mo., by the v-rlous j Illness of her sister, .Mrs. Lillian j Dlcus, who was removed to the ISly- llievillc hospital. .. Mrs, Grace McFadden and Mrs Ticorgc Carney liara returned fiorn Piiragould where they spent a short Ii. A. r.ynch has returned to : the Memphis Mclliodlst hospllal for rciilment. lie will remain there mtil Hie last of the week. ':. Kay Thomas underwent a tonsil- n Z? d<m \ fkmw «'"« >™«- "o:t hat's wining from, Just look In liils ch J In dad's chart, Karen Morley. ,he new screen .sensation. „,„„, Men before you've had lime to do anything to the old tell it look smarter than you'd expect..., ; Luncheon Is. Given at Club T»cnty-slv tables or -guests were entei (allied by Mre. c. \V. Aflllck ami MIS J A Leech Saturday ut the country chib ror u bridge luncheon It was ii lo\cly autumn parly with co.onul vases or roses, chrysanthemums and marigolds on .the mantel and piano In the ball loom Each or the small luncheon tables had centerpieces or old fashioned blostom<; nurt the tallies wic in niowci design.-- , The hostcsse? »erc ii.ssi.stcd in fervimj the tuo course inenu bv Miuam Smith, Mnry Jean Afflick Buck"" T " CkC ' "'"' Chllrclll » In the bridge gnmcs Mrs. Purk Hatcliett «on nrsl prize a "Tin Up" limp, „ wl , Uc - pDtl bowl vent to Mrs GM> Bryant, or Osceola. for second hlgli, Mrs. Riley ii Jones received a pottcrt plant for third high and .the low score Bit, n milk glass cnndy jnr, was BHcii Mrs R M stovalt Includcci in the guests were these Horn out or the city: Mines Ouy B,,ant, w J. Driver, Hale Jackson Bnmon Bragg, Ben Butler, John w Edringtmi, Artlmr Brickcy and Godfrey White, of Ov ceola Mrs Enrl Koonte or flmon Mra E° U M B "n 1 ' ° f " er lno!hc '-' MM FIV. vr ' yan anU "'""Shier, Miss Ellen, Mis J w. Bobbins of Steels and Miss Martha Lyn Norm or Eureka S p,l nBS , Ark., guest of Mr and M,. Samuel P. Morris Son Horn. born Co llas Gives Bridge •>-j miii^ Humphrey was hos- 'm n °i, j B " csts Frtdny afternoon wed the Thank?^ '" VVhic " 5l " ^^rSHSS the Turkej Da> design, -i «ie iirsE nrfTp * ~ innT... .... , . for second cvth,, ™ Vlt » rolls and coUee. * * * To iltitcrliln \\\ M ~u; "ing, 7:31) -o'clock •icv. and Mrs. J. T celoiny at the Memphis • Baptist cook fi sh without that unpleasant lospllal Saturday. Her ni&ther, last-minute ordeal of getting it out Mrs. Sam Thomas, | s with her.,'.'!, of the pan and onto the serving Carey Mason, son of Mr. iind j'frs'. dlsli. The discovery's simple, you I. R. Mason, has 'returned from J»st bake it in a shallow cassiSc-le Memphis where he underwent ii or baking dish and send dish and oiisilcctomy.Saturday, His mother, »» straight .to the (able. Saves ind aunt, Miss Elise Moore, accoin-! dish-washing as well as palplta- »-i"i-"i him, returning home- last l i°us in that nervous moment when • ' . ' i 'he tisli is poised mid-air between Bobbie Lee King-underwent: 'he baking pan and serving platter i-nllnn In,!.... „, ,,. - „,...,. rea ,| y lo bnnk , nt<) ^g^, ^^ if you breathe. The worry about bones can be iorgotlcn, too, did you know 11, if you bake the fish for several hours in a covered dish at a low tcmpcra- Inrc? The bones become so soft that they are i|«ite harmless, like the bones in canned salmon. Cauliflower in tomafo sauce is an inviting vegetable combination that goes well with baked fish. Then in operation today at the Blythe- villc hospital tor a' stiffened, knee: >: ' Malt Monaghan spent yesterday with Mrs. Monaghiinand daughters at the Memphis Methodist hospital; Mrs. Margaret Davis and daugh- icr. Mrs. Edllh Erwin, of Block Hock, Ark., are guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis. . Mr. and Mrs. E. p. nlomeycr hart is their guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. 'sterling Wood, of Walnut Vilye, Thomas Dcen Hutchinsun of "Jttlc Rock, and Mr. aiid Mrs.-Frcd i. Blorncyer of Cafuthersvllle. Mts£ Virginia Blomcyer returned to' Wal- ml Ridge with Mr. and Mrs. Wood for several days stay. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. . Rotramel ami mother, of Memphis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hcrry .cwis yesterday. The Rev. j. B. smith, of Cape, Gmmleau, Mo., filled the pulpit it the First Church of the Naz- irenc Sunday in the absence of lie Rev. ISupbn D. Ueii.slcy. •. Etl Turner spent yesterday . In Brownsville, Tonn. n c was accom- d home by Mrs. Turner who been visiting her mother here. Mr. and Airs. Randolph Smith mid son spent the weekend in Osceola with relatives. Frank Whitworth, Clifford Joyner and Carney Laslle attended Hie football game Sunday. ...and if it'happens lo be a paiiama, a twist , of • the brim and a backward tilt makes it look as sporty as your kid brother. in Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cooke 'or CariitheravlUe, Mo., were down for trie football game Fi'ldny evening as guests of Mr. niid Mrs J Ernest Hasson, . ' ' Mrs. Fred Warren and Mrs. toda HclKloi ' aon nve " iu Memphis Mrs. Otto Kochtilzky, formerly of here and now Steelc-Cpoter Society— Personal of Columbus, arrived Saturday night for week's .stay with lioss D. Hughes. Eiiri Kooniz, of Fulton, een it Mrs. Koonu, who has been isltnig her mother, Mrs. E M 'hyan and daughter, Miss Ellen' ° or " 1 tor the weekend , returned home with him Mr.- and Mrs. Edward . . r who have made their hom Smith e here relumed to MR. Charles F. Wood has gone since March, Memphis. . ter the Methodist hospinl ' in Memphis for an operation . were in Memphis yesterday Miss Maurine Harrison -Armorel Carnival Queen •„,,,, - - • one ° r thosc twesd f=l Uiovelttcs jus< iu the crown a crush, put a feather on it and you're ready to so to town. Miss Maurine II.irri.wu tt 'is crowned "Queen, of u le Carnival" WcdiiMdny cvcniiiK in a orlcbra- tion at (),c Armorcl schnol' The procession to the throne was impressive with Bobble Coupler us p;ige ami Muiy Emma Steartmaii j«s the flower girls, i The play by the"fifth and sixth i'raric pupils and a colored s with tumbl.iHB and lap danc up the ]>rosram. c sum of &75 was netted. Mr and, Mrs.- Frnnf; Jordan entertained 20 guests : with' a Hal- ^loac'cn parly Wednesday"- evening. Mrs. Quince -'Davis received the prize fof Ihc best disguise * *.'••'" Miss Gallic Mac Duke entertained 12 friends ylih' a bunco Party at her homo In Cooler Wednesday evening Decorations throughout the home were in the Hallowe'en motif and nil wore masquerade Costumes.' At bunco the high score prize went to Mis; &ue Biooks, low score to Jilar- Eiclc McClurc, and bunco prize lo KlLsitelh Hugl.cy. Mrs.-Ruth Edwards entertained , 30 members of. the. O. E.- S. and guests at a Hallowe'en party at with the season. Mr. and Mrs. Ticc Baiuc an- noiiucc (he arrival of a son on October 24. The child lias been named Lowell Thomas. The Rev. A. B. Sadlicr arrived home Thursday night from si Louis, where he has been attending the hundred year anniversary eclcbralion of the Baptist chtm-h of Missouri for the past week. Mrs. A. B. Rhodes, of Carnth- ersvlllc, was hostess to a dinner parly Wednesday in honor of Mrs. T. Ii. Burdine. of Lawicnce- V.'.rg, Tcnn. other guests were Airs. T. /I. Haggard, Mrs. ,i n Workman, and Mrs. H. A. Spcncc, Mrs. Laura Carlock, of Gondola! Doiiiowatralion Club News Notes t .. . *..wi,\.vi,i. p xr III., is the houscgucsl of Mr. and 1 :ck. ; PUEBLO, CcJ after a -Shady I.auc <;iub 'I he Shariy Lane Home Uciuou- slialion club'held a business mcel- '"I! at the - .school house Friday, Km: 2. Miss Klfa Scott was elected to finish Ihc year as secretary, Mis. Storey having resigned. Mrs. Andrew gelt was elected to finish v year as u'nnrter. Plans were marie for a sandwich snp|w~.-to. be. held- at the school house Nov. 3, bcciiinlng at 6:30 apple t with her Milling Company pitched' Madcr .this year, It is in £Cm for ins so'cmiri time. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE UEVT. rhone 777 At Night—Sunday—Anyltmr For Quick anil DcpcnilaMc Wrecker Service Phillins Motor Co. Serve Baked Fish In Shallow Casserole MONDAY, NOVEMBER-S, raves, Mrs, Salli-j pulliain, nn t |. Mrs. J. P. Reiser. .- ., A cood crowd was present at iiie carnlvs) given In the. school House Tuesday night by the r ool . ball boys and the drum corps os.' The money that was raised will be used to pay. for equipment for the drum coriis. Mr. Joe 4rm- .trci)B won the cake, that »-as. of- ered as prize for the one winning the' most games of bingo. Mrs. R. H, Robinson wns rushed to .Memphis Monday for mi emergency opeiatloji /or appendicitis. She is getting along ai well as could be expected. ' The glass l,aki,i E 'dish eliminates the nml for juggling fish from cooking ,„„ to serving By MARY E. DilGUli At last we've discovered how to ill'll fin .1 ; Osceola Society — Personal Miss Corn Lee Colemau. of Bly- iheville, Airs. .loiin W. Hdriugton and Mrs. W. J. Driver entertained 32 members of His William Strong clHi]ik>r uf the D. A. R. and guests at a luncheon at Ihc court house club room Friday. Tnrec add French fried sweet potatoes for crispuess. u ,, _ ,, ( . .^ ^ If i serve a fruit dessert*!"choose' a vegetable salad with a fish dinner, but with this one 1 had pumpkin pie, so I added a salad of pineapple, skinned and seeded white grapes and bananas with a bright red cherry garnish. liakeil Fisii Select a three to four-pound trout, or steaks cut from a larger trout. Clean and sprinkle inside with salt and pepper. Place 6 thin slices of bacon in a shallow casserole. On this foundation place the fish and cover with B more thin slices of bacon. Cover casserole and bake for sis hours at 215 degrees P. ff you want to increase [he heat you can shorten the cooking time but tile bones will not soften. Serve in casserole with a garnish ot lemon slices, parsley or waler- Cauliflower in Timialo Saiice One line large head of cauliflower, 2 cups canned tomatoes, i small .onion, celery tops, 3 or 4 whole cloves, 1 teaspoon sail, 1 tablespoon sugar, 2 tablespoons flour, 2 table-' spoons'butler,-few grains''pepper. Trim cauliflower and 'let stand, head down in cold salt.water for one hour, cook, head up, in boiling water to lialf cover- 'DO not cover sauce pan during cooking. Allow 20 minutes for cauliflower to cook and sprinkle with salt when half done. Drain and place in a hot, shallow serving dish. Pour it over tomato sauce and serve. To make tomalo sauce, simmei tomatoes with onion finely chopped, celery tops, cloves, salt ii.-vl sugar for 15 minutes. Rub lhrou°h a -coarse sieve. Melt butter, stir in Hour and when bubbling add lo- mato puree. sauce boils. Cook and-stir until To The Hallowe'en colors were car- Mr^wnl^r"'^ BC ' 1 ' C S ' laW nn<l lied out in the sala.1 mm*,. Mr._ Wnltcr Em.imicl were marne nf 0( (lie home of Rev. E. L. Cole Osceola Saturday, October 27. s. Ematiuel has resigned her . as first grade teacher In Ihc Keiser school. Those from Oscs^la who attend• j T?,l,. -IT ed the wedding cf Miss Virginia | •-tiiCllUOlHl I jfHVC m ( is • I i\,i -i Punavant were Dr. and Mrs C O! tveiser is IViarncd M. Harwell and Miss Catherine Harwell, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Se- Miss Virginia Blackwo Memphis, visited in Osceola day. Miss Virginia Dunavaiil The subject of the program was Armistice Day, with Mrs. W. E. Hunt conducting a discussion bt national alfairs. Mrs. P. p. Jacobs gave an original war time noem. Ann Semincs Barbiers and Madeline Ellen Edringlon gave a miii- lary dance and Mrs. E. R. Jones, of Forrest City, gave n talk on "The Armistice ami Its Aftermath." A lurkey dinner wus served. Out of town guests were Mcs- dnmcs W. T. obcrst, Jerry White, E. B. Bedford, Howard Proctor and J. w. Bader, of Klytlicvillc, Mesdamcs W. B. Flannigan, Susie Keiser, George Abrey, Sam Coble, W. J. Driver, Jr.. and George Ediington, of Osccola, Mrs. Gcor- gic Wiggs, of Memphis, and Mrs. John R. Jones and Mrs. J. W. Harrelson, of Forrest City. Wilson, were mar- cnls, Mr. and Mrs. it p. Duua- vant. Rev. E. K. Scwell, of Marion, officiated. Miss Catherine Harwell of Osccolu played several musical selections. Mrs. Grcsham is a graduate of Wilson school. Since graduation siie lias been employed in the oilice of Dr. J. T. Polk as technician. Mr. Grcsham is a native or Pine Bluff. He U at present working for the Arkansas Power' and Ught compa at Wilson, a short visit th ...... groom's parents in Pitic Bluff, .Mr. and Mrs. Orcsham will make their home in Wilson. Miss Christine Johnson has bsen elected Football Queen of Keiser Mesdamcs R. S. Wilson, Charles!_J Rote and'Homer Quinn entertained eighty gucst.s with a bridge party high school for the homecoming ' "'' V '" C '' wi " ^ pl;lyed at Kd ' . at the community club house Friday afternoon. Tlie Hallowe'en motif was carried out in the decorations and the prizes were at- • —"."-o i. wuua nas gone u.nnvma .um LUL- [jnzes were to Caruthersvillc to be with her tractively arrangcci on tables siar-i- AI« n- „ A p^j,. of boudo)l . lnm|}3 went . to Mrs. James Driver for high . core .prize; Mrs, w. E. Johnson - -••- "i"-'" nun. ,i"--". «i*i«, ir. tj. UUillliiiJIl and Mrs. Rodney L. Han- was awarded lingerie for .second . high, Mrs. W.-E. Fisher received a' pair of hose ror third high. Mrs. Guy Bryant won a tea tray for fourth high. Mrs. Ben Jiiitler, with low score, won tea coasters and Mrs. J. W. Oliver witli second Help Kidneys • It poorly functioning- Kidueyj »nd Blajcltr mike you euETer from Gtttin^ Up Nights, NeTFOusness, Rheumatic & filns, Stiftneia, Burning. Smarting. 9 tiehtnz, or Acidity try the Rusrsnteed Doc toi v 3pr«scripiIonCy» IcxlS Laa-te*) — Must fix ynuupor moncr For REAL Protection Phone 191 CLARK-WILSON AGENCY General Insurance 'We Pay All Lbsses With a Smile' 1 James 13. Clafe - Baker Wilson THANKS iFo Our Friends and Customcp Tor the response to our sale. Wyjknow thc'weather conditions prevented a lot of our customers from taking advantage of the values we arte giving. We have never-before ap this time of the year reduced our jpriccs to such an extent. ROXY EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION! .. Alonilay and Tuesday, Nov. 5 anil G Besides the regular piclurt' prugriini. See— LOCA1, CHILDREN ON THE SCREEN Snapshots taken from all over 'town including the schools. All mothers who have had their children's picture taken at the ROXY the past two weeks don't miss seeing them on the SCREEN. To the Daughters of the Confederacy: Unveiling of the montimeitt Last Time Today Matinee 2:30— lOc - 25c Feature Picture MM/| LAST TIME TODAY Mat. 2:30, 10-25c Nile G:45—10-35c And 21 Other Featured Plajers in VC'a'rrier Bros.' Sumptuous Special* MADAME Du BARRY Paramount News Ken Ehte Short Tuesday - Weds. "BEAUWUI TRAITOR" 'LET'S FALL Musical Comedy Cartoon Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. . dreamsJcome.truH She sans and danced by "'Snt— and wept by day!. Remember this sale will oniy His I ui;ti: .Siiltuxlay, Nov. 10th. NEW ECONOMY S'/iCP Infjraw Illdg.. Phone i 154 , \ M A fOXPia... SPENCER TRACY MUlflK SPARKS HfUH MORGAN iisiu , ARTHUR IYRO* Mlf.C. rllPPIN STE?1N KUHIT froiigcad by VVinlioU Shechan- \ ,Dlreclsd by Hanff King " / gQlid on'o fo^cl by ' ' f JQCHUBI Dovol / i'iiramoinil News" Comedy—"Rambling' Around Radio Row" -the beauty of, lawakea/tig. or ever more in one.of the most glorious >SPBN.JC'1ER\TRA'CY! LORETTAI YOUNG 1 , . 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