The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 5, 1934 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 5, 1934
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PMTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS crc MONDAV, ^NOVEMBER'S, ,' Social Calendar > 'TUESDAYS EVENTS City council P. T _A. meeting at high School auditorium Mrs. W. Leon Smith having Tuesday Bridge club Voting 'Matrons club meeting with' Mrs. Dixie'Crawford. B T. U First paivUst clnnch having business and social niect- hig, 1:30 p m Ro.\al Ne'iBrvbDJS meeting . with Mit ' J. D. Barksdale foi party. 7'30 p m. ^ ,• . .-' •' 0 E S .staled meeting, 7:30 P. WEDNESDAY'S E^kNTS •,. Delphian' meeting Hotel Noble, 9:30 n. in " • ' W M S First Melhodlst church having prayer service; 2:30 p. m. •Jewish. Lndics Wd meeting with Mrs Wolf Arlan and Mrs >5: Has-. cnllval at Arlan residence, 8 p. m. Bible study church' ol- Christ. meeting Y.Hh'Mis Herman Spleen of Lu\ora, 2 3D pm TBURfeDAfS UVENTS Mis F. B. Jojner having Thursday ConUacl club ' Ihuisday' Luncheon cltirj meeting \\ith Mrs. J A LcccVi>' . Mrs \V I, Houici having Mid Week Biidge club W. M. S First Mclliodlsl church having pravei service, 2,30 p. m Tlic Rev. and Mrs J T Kenfro enlcriainiivg young people of Sec- pud Baptist. church,'1:30. 1>. m. U D C meeting with Mrs. J. Mcll Brooks, 2.30 P. M. FRIDAY'S tVENTfe W. M, S. First Methodist church having prayer service. SATUKDAVT'S EVENTS Hnsson-Dtinhnin wedding to be solemnized at llssson home, J'. in Mines. Lloyd Sllckmon, Murray Smart and Jesse Taylor having bridge.^parts' t <^{6imtry club, 2 JO p in Dad Sets the Style Bih oj Netcs Mostly Personal Serye Baked Fish In Shallow Casserole In ciisc you don't know where your next lint's coming from, just look in dad's closet, Karen Morlcy, the new screen sensation, livcii before you've had time to do anything to the look smarter than you'd expect... old felt, it will llrid&e Luncheon Is Gi\en at Club T^«nty-stx tublcs of guests wcic onto talned Uy Mrs 0 W. Afflict and Mis J A Leech Saturday nt trie country "club loi u bridge luncheon It was a lovely autumn party with co:orf ul vases of roses, chrys- aiillicmums and marigolds on .the mantel and piano In the bull room.- Each of the small luncheon tables hail ctMilci pieces of old fashioned blossoms and the tallies were In fllcwci design - .-.-.. The hostesses were assisted In Leiving the two course menu l>y Miriam Smith, Maiy Jean Aftllck, Lanettc Tucker anri Churchill Buck • In. the. bridge • games Mrs. Park Hatchctt «on fhst prize, a "Tin- Up" lamp, a R i,|t e pottery bowl vent to Mrs Guy Hi j ant, oIGs- ceofa for second high, Mrs. Riley B Jones received n potted plant, foi third high and the low scovc gift, a mlllc gloss candy jar was given Mis R M SUnnll. Included m the guests were these fiom out of the city: Mines Guy Bryiuit, Vf J Driver, Hnle Jactecn, Brsxton Bragg, Ben Butler, John W Edringlon, Arfliur Brickey and Godfrey White, of Osceola, Mrs. Earl Kooniz of Fulton, Mo, houseguesl o{ her mother Mrs. E M and daughter Miss Ellen, Mrs J w. Hobblns of Steels, and Miss Maithn Lyn Nor- ns of Eurckn Spiuigs Ark., guest OJ Mr and Mr Samuel P. Morris; * * « • gon Horn. A son Mas born Fuday t'o Mr and Mrs Flojd Shar|> The baby who weighed eight and three- fourth pounds, his been named Billie Eduard •: Gives Bridge Party. Mrs. Henry Humphrey was hostess to 36 guests Friday afternoon • or a bridge party m which sha used ths Thanksgiving motif. Roses and chnsanthemums decorated hei apartment and the (allies were ot the Turkey Day design. The first prize, a make-up box, went to Mrs L H Moore anil Mrs Don gammons received lingerie tor second high A chicken tstede plal was served with rolls and coffee. * • V .To !>.tEif-iin iy. 51. TJ.i The Woman's Missionary vmios of the Second Baptist .church will meet, this evening, 7:30 •o'clock, with the H«v and Mrs. J. T Rcnfro ...and if if happens a uanama, a twist - the brim and a tapSwnrd lilt makes it look as sporty ns your kid brother The llev. IS. K, Latimcr, forme! pastor of the First Christian chiircl and now pnslor of a church at E Centra, Cfil., has been seriously i] but is now belter. ' .•'•.• Mrs. George Carney was cfiilei to Brag'gadoclp, Mo., by. the. ssrlou: Illness of her sister, .Mrs.;'Ltiliai Dicus, tvJiowns removed to the Bly- thcviilc 'liospilnl. , " ' .'•• Mrs. Grace McFaildcn 1 and'Mrs. George Carney have returned "from Paragoulil where they spent a siibrt time. •..'' '.;.-• U. A. fjyuch has returned to'the Memphis Methodist hospital for Tcalmcrit. Hu will remain there Until the last of the week. •'•••', Kay Thomiis underwent a tonsil-, cc-loiny at the Memphis Baptist hospiwl Saturday. Her mother, Mrs. Sam Thomas,,is with her.)' -If Carey Miisoil, son of Mr, iind Mr?.E. n. Mason, has returned from Memphis where he underwent; ;i tonsllcctomy .Saturday.. His •mother, and aunt. Miss EJise Moore, Recofii- ixinlcd him, retuvnhig home last night, / . '•,••'. • .•-,.<< Miss Bobbie Lee King.'underwent' .111 operation today nt the Blythei villc hospital for ix stiffened, kiice;'.! Matt Monaglmii siKiit .yesterday with Mrs. Monaghan and daughters, nt this Memphis Methodist'hospital; Mrs. Margaret Davis and daughter. Mrs. Edith Erwln, of Black Rock, Ark., are guests or Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Blomeyer )ia<! as their guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Wood, of W.nliiul Uldgc, Thomas Decn Hiitchhison of Little Rock, niitl Mr. arid Mrs.••Evo'd S. Blome.ver of Cafutliersviiie. Miss : Virginia Blomeycr returned to'Wal- nut Ridge with Mr. and Mrs. Wood for several days stay. Mr. and Mrs. J ; W. .Rotraincl and mother, of Memphis, were guests of Mr. mid Mrs. Kerry Lewis yesterday. The Rev. j. B. Smith, of Cape Girardcan, Mo., Tilled the .pulpit at the First Church of the Niia- arene Sunday in. the' absence : of the Rev. Euphn D. Beiislcy. " Ed'Turner spent yesterday : in Brownsville, Tciin. He was accompanied- home-by Mrs. Turner who hns been visiting 'her mother thcvc. Mi: and Mrs. Randolph Smith and son spent the weekend in Osceola with relatives. Frank Whitworth, Clltfuid Joy- ir nnd Carney Laslie attended he football game In Memphis Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs, Jesse Cooke, 'of 3amlhcrsville, Mo., were clown foi the football game Friday evening is gucsls ot Mr. find Mrs. J. Er r nest Hnsson. Mis.. Fred Warren nnd Mrs Uoyle Henderson nre" in Memphis today. ; . Mrs. otto Kochtitzky, formerly of here and now of Columbus Miss., arrived Saturday night fq a week's stay with Mr. and Mrs Ross D. Hnghts. Enrl Koonlz, of Fulton, Mo motored down for the weekerii and Mrs. Koonlz, who has Oeei visiting her mother, Mrs. E. M Urynn and daughter. Miss Ellcr returned home with him. Mr. and Mis. Edward Smith who have made their home her since March, have returned Memphis. Mrs. Charles F. Wood has | to Carnthersville to be wllh he sister, Mrs. Prank Eastwood, wri will enter the Methodist ho&pif in Memphis for an operation. Mr. mid Mrs. Rodney L. Bar islcr were in Memphis yeslenla where Mr. Banister consulted h Physician. graves, Mrs. Sallls Pulliain, h|irt ! Mrs. J. P. Keiser. , ..- :';' . A.good crowd was present at the carnival given In the. school house Tuesday night by tlie loo[- ball boys and the druni corps girls.- The money ( that was raised, will, be' uised to pay. for equipment f'jf the drum corps. Mr. Joe Arm- Etrcing won the cake that was. offered as prize for the one winning thc'most games of bingo. Mrs, R. H. ppbinson was rushed to Memphis Monday for , ail emergency opeiatlon for appendicitis. She is getting nlojig hi wsll as could be expected. ; The glass baking dish eliminates Hie ni'cil for juggling fish from erokinj pan (o serving dish. Hy MMIY K. DAGUi: At last we've discovered how to ccok fish without that unpleasant! last-minute ordeal °f getting 11 out of the pan and onto the serving dish. The discovery's simple. You just bake it in a shallow casserole or baking dish and send dlsit and all straight .to the table. Saves cllsh-ivmlilng as well as palpitations in Ih&t nervous, moment when (lie fish is i»ised mtd-air between the baking pan and serving platter ready to break into ragged pieces if you breathe. Tlie worry about bones can be forgotten, loo, did you know U, if you bake the fish for several hours In n covered dish lit a low tempera - titre? The bones become so soft that they arc quite harmless, like the bones In canned salmon. Cauliflower in tomato sauce is an inviting vegetable combination thai goes well with baked fish. T'hcr . French fried sweet potatoes for | crjsnncs;.,,^ ^ .,. , . ^ fj , ,, j i'f i serve a iriili (iesscrt'l cliooss a vegetable salad with a fish dln- icr, uut wHh this one I had pumpkin pie, so f added a salad of pineapple, skinned anil seeded white grapes and bananas with a bright red cherry garnish. Bilked Fish Select a three to fouv-pomut trout,, or steaks 6ut from a larger trout. Clean and sprinkle inside with salt and peppev. Place 6 thin slices of bucon in a shallow casserole. On this foundation place tlie fish anil cover with C more thin slices of bacon. Cover casserole und take foi six hours nt 275 degrees P. If you want to increase the heat you can shorten the cooking time but the bones will not soften. '. Serve in casserole with a garnisli of lemon slices, parsley or watcr- Cauliflower iu Tomato Saiice One fine large head'of cauliflower, 2 cups canned tomatoes, 1 small onion, celery lops, 3 or 4 whole cloves, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon , 2 tablespoons flour, 2 table- Simons butter, few grains; pepper. Trim cauliflower and''let stand head down in cold salt; water foi one hour.' Cook, head vi'p, in boiling water to half icovctv.; Dp no cover sauce pan during cooking. Allow 20 minutes for cauliflower to cook and sprinkle with sail when half clone. Drain and place in a hot, shallow serving dish. Pour i over tomato sauce and serve. To make tomato sauce, simme tomatoes with onion finely choppcc celery tops, cldves, salt a:vl suga for 15 minutes. Rub through coarse sieve. Melt butter, stir i flour and when bubbling add to mato puree. Cook and • stir tint | sauce boils. ROXY Osceola Society — Personal Miss Corn Lee CoJcmaii, of flly- icville, Mrs. John W. Mdrington nd Mrs. W. J. Driver entertained ! members of tho William Strong :i!i|j|cr of the D. A. R. and a Innclicon nt Die court ousc club room Friday. Tnrcc cake disli and server, consolation ser against Osceola ncxl. \Vcdnes- prize, went to Mrs. L. S. Glnd- ish. The Hallowe'en colors were carried out in the salad course. » * » Miss Virginia Blackwood, of Memphis, visited in Osceola Triurs- day. day. EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION!. Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 5 ami (i licsiilcs thi> regular , program. See— '•LOCAL CHILDREN.ON THE SCREEN Snapshots taken from all over town including thfi schools. All mothers who have had their children's picture taken at the ROXY the past two weeks don't miss' secintf them on the SCREEN.. To th'e' Daughters of thp Confederacy: Unveiling of the monumertt at the .City Hall, '. _ ; Miss Virginia Dunavant o[ Keiser Is Mavnccl Miss . Minnie Belle Shaw and Mr. Walter Enyanucl were married til the home .of Rev. E. L. Cole In Osceola Saturday, October 27. Mrs. Emanuel has resigned her position as firat grade teacher in (he Kc!s?r school. Those from Oscaola who 'attciut- ed the wedding cf Miss virgin'^ Dunavant were Dr. and Mrs. C. M; Harwell and Miss Catherine Harwell, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Ee- KEISER, Ark.—Miss Virginia ouuties,- Mississippi, crittcndcn| Diinavanl, of Keiser. and Mr. R. nd St. Francis, were rcpi'e- j ^ oresham, of Wilson, were inar- entcd, h-icd at cieht o'clock Tuesday nigiit The subject of the program Wiis',, u t |i C i, ome a! Ulc pride's pnv- .miislicc Day, wllh Mrs. W. E. Hint, conducting a discussion o! lalional atfairs. Mrs. F. P. Jiu-oDs avc an original war lime poem. Ann Scmmes Barbiers and Made- inc Ellen Edriugton gave a inili- iiaiict? and i\frs. E. R. Jones, of Forrest City, gave a talk on The ArmUticc and Its After? nath." A turkey dinner was served. Out of town guests were Mcs- dnmcs W. T. Ohcrst, Jerry White, B. Rctiford, Howard Proctor ents, Mr. and i\frs. If. P. Dunavant. Hev. E. K. Sewcll, oi Marion, officiated. Miss Catherine Harwell of Osceola played several musical selections. Mrs. Grcshmn is n graduate of Wilson high school. Since her graduation she has been employed in the office of ur. J. T. Polk as \ technician. Mr. Gresham is a native of Pine I Bluff. He M nl present working for I the Arkansas Power • and Light j company .«t Wilson. LAST TIME TODA? Mat. 2:80, 10-25c Nile 6:45—10-35c and J. w. Badcr, of BlylUeville, AU er a short visit with th Mesdamex w. B. Flaunigan, Susie iciser, George Abrey, Sam Coble, W. J, Driver, Jr., and George Edria^lon, of Oscsola, Mr^. Ocor- gle Wiggs, of Jilcinpliis, and Mrs. John n. Jones ami Mrs. J. W. Hni'relson, of Forrest City. Steelc-Cpoter Society — Personal Mr. and Mis Frank Jovrlan cnt«rtalncd*20 guests Kith" a Hal- loifc'cn party Wednesday' evening Mrs Quince D&vis j-cccKctl flic'prize for the best disguise Miss lalncd Gallic.: Mae ; Duke cnter- 12 . friends with a bunco • party, at:her liorae in Cooler Wed- itccflay evening Decorations throughout the home \\crc in the Hallowe'en raotlf and all wore masquerade , costumes. At bunco , Use high score prize wont to Miss Sue BiooK low scoic to Mar- grelc JvicCiuio, and bunco prize to Itughcy Mis Hulh Edwards entertained .30 members of.the .O..B/, S.-and • guests at »', Hallowe'en party at her home All guests ivere masked ^»nd decolfctions were ...but If your parent owns one of those tweed.fel tnoveltles, just giva the crown a crush, put a feather on It and you're ready to go to town. Miss Maurine Harrison Armorel Carnival Queen Miss Mniirluc Han-iron wns crowned "Queen, of the Cnrnlvnl" Wednesday'evening in a ce|ebra-l lion at tlie Armorel schon). The iwoccsaion to Hie throne \vas Impressive with Boliljic Conastcr as page and Man- Emma Stc.idman fis the' flower girls. ; The play by the fifth nnrt sixth grade pupils and ,1 colored skit with tumbling and tap dancing inde up the program. The sum of $75 was neltcd. Mcsdaincs R. S. Wilson, Charles Rose and' Homer Quinn entertained eighty gitost-s willi a Imdgs party at the community club house Friday afternoon. Ths Hallowe'en motif was curried out In tlie (tec- orations and the prizes were attractively arranged on tables. A pair .of boudoir tamps went to Mrs. James Driver for liijli score prize; Mrs. W. E. Johnson was awarded lingerie for second high, Mrs. W.-B, Fisher received a' pair of hose for third high, iVfrs. Guy Bryant won a tea tray for fourth high. Mrs. Ben Butler, with low score, \von tea coasters, 'and Mrs. J. W. Oliver won Seal towl \vilh. second low. A groom's parents in Pine BiulT, Mr. and Mrs. Gresham will make their ] home in Wilson. Miss Christine Johnson has been elected Football Queen of Keiser high school for tlie homecoming igame which will be played at Kei- Help Kidneys _ If uoorir lunctionmfr Kianejj »nj V BTtddermrteyou BUfTfrt from Getting Up NiglitJ. Nervousness. Rhcum«tlft ^. Pains, SlifTness, Bumitiff. Smarting, — Must fix jrouupor rnoner kzcx. omrisf For Protection Phone 131 CLARK-WILSON AGENCY General Insurance -We Pay All Lbisscs With n Smile" James B. Clark - Baker Wilson with the season. Mr. and Mrs. Tice B,iinc announce the arrival ol a son on October 24. The child has been named Lowell Thomas. The Hev. A. B.'Sadllcr arrived home Thursday night fvoin St. Louis, where he lias been attending the hundred year anniversary celebration of the Baptist chwr.h of Missouri for the past week. Jltrs. A. R. Rhodes, of Caruth- crsvillc, was hostess to a dinner party Wednesday in honor of Mrs. T. B.. Hurriiue, of Lawrencc- V --'3, Tenn. Other eiiusts were Mrs, T. A. Haggard. Mrs. J. It. Workman, and Mrs. H. A. Spcncc. Mrs, Laura Carlock, of Gondola, III., is the housegucst of Mr. and Mrs. P, B. JPemier Oils week. , Mrs. Herman Waffler has returned after a visit with her hus band, who is in a Memplils DoiuoiisLratioii CIulvNe^vs Notes Sliarty . J.nhc , Chib The Shady Uinc. Home Demon- 1 iMInn rliib licld-'ii bitplncss mcct- u at Ihe school house Friday, Nov. 2. libs Elfa Scott waff elected to finish Ihe year as' secretary! Mrs. Storey .having resigned. Mrs Andrew Sen.was elected to finish (he .year as ictiorler. ' . Pluns were liiartc for n s.mdwlcl aipiieivlO; be: hcW",nl Uic schbo house Nov. 3,. beginning al C;30 • FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEFT. PUEBLO, Colo. (UP)—An apple Iree on the ranch of llic.,Avondatc ,s- Milling Company pitched a double 15-1 header thl? year. It is In lull blos- 71.7 . At Night — Sunilay— Anjtlnip [•'or (Juick and Dependable Wrecker Service Phillins Motor Co. THANKS jfo Oui' Friends and Customfjrs i'oi 1 the response to our sale. Wejknow tile-weather conditions prevented a lot of our customers from taking advantage of the values we av.e giving. We have never-before at this time of; the yeav reduced our prices to such an extent. ) Remember this sale will oiirjy last until .Saturday, Nov. 10th. NEW ECONOMY I n ff rain Bldy, Phone $ And 21 Other Featured Pla\ers in Varrier Bros.' Sumptuous Special* MADAME Du BARRY I'aramount ''News Ben liltie Short Tuesday - Weds. Last Time Today Matinee 2:30— lOc • 25c Feature I'icturc Ediiioiid Lowe in 'LET'S FALL . Musical Corai'dy Cartoon I Tues.-Wed.-Thu^. The|lpveTstory|tHat makesjyour^happiesr ... , j , , •;<•; dreamsjcome.trut! ~ F ft <V ( .the beauty of, awaken ing, f dau>n—$teal- f ing softly into binding therii ^forevermofe \ in one of the < most glorious stories mr tvtr - ioid! ' THEirCAUEDiHEK She sang and danced by night— and wept by day! A FOX PiClura wuh SPENCER TRACY KETTUALUftH NED SPARKS HilEN MORGAN SKGrVRD RUMANH IESIIE MNTAN ARTHUR lYRON C. 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