The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1937 · Page 2
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, fWo BLYTttSVlLLE, (AUK.) COURIER SATURDAY, FEBRUARY G, 5ocial Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Circles W. M. U., First Baptist church: 1, Mis, M C, Outlaw; 2, Mrs.-Raympnd Scluhuck; 3, Mrs \V. M. WUHanis; *. M 18 - IIarry Fritzius, 5, church Circles of Woman's Au\lliaiy, First' Presbyterian church: 1, Mrs W. R Salmon; 2 Mrs. W. A Dobjns; 3, Mrs Rives Allen; 4 Mrs. J. M. LOT cry Lake Street Methodist church W. M. S meeting with Mrs O J. Rodgers, 2-30 pm Woman's Missionary Society, Fu-st Christian church, meeting With Mrs. M T. Moon, 2 30 pm : TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, Elton W Kirby ravin? Tuesday Bridge club Young Matrons Blidgo club meeting wilh Mrs. Murray Sm Sunbeams)' First Baptist church, meeting at chuich, 3 30 p.m Intermediate G. A. meeting at 1'irst Baptist church, 4 p m Juhlor.o. A. meeting First Baptist church, 4 p in Mrs. G. G. caudlll and M .Cordelia Wilhlte entertaining D. A H. chapter with luncheon meeting at Caudtil lesidencc, 1 p in WEDNR"I.VAY 1 S5 . 6VKNT3 Chapter "D," P. E. O havim- luncheon ^meeting \Uth Mrs. J. W Bobbins at stpele Mrs W J Pollard having Wednesday Brld"e club THURSDAYS EVENTS Mid-Week Bridge club' meeting with Mrs A. Coimay. Rice Is Wedded to Creamed Dried Beef CHURCHES I-'IltST METHODIST CHUKCH If. Lynn Wade, 1'astor The congelations last Sunday were up to normal. Conditions are improving in every way. We have mtocd only one Sunday service, during the threatened high water. Services for Sunday are scheduled as follows: Sunday school at 0:45. Prof. Garrett, General Supt. Preaching at 11 a.m. by the pastor, using as his subject, "The Cup of Memory." It Is a communion meditation. Special music will consist of an anthem, "Hold Thou My Hand," and a solo by Ulliotl Duncan. Miss Katiicrlnc Grecr is organist, '. Young people's meeting w jll bo held at 8:45, p.m' At the 7:30 hour tlje sermon will be delivered by Dr. E. W. Potter, Presiding Elder of the Jonesboro district. After preaching, the Second Quarterly Conference will be held, at which reports will be heard from pastor, Sunday School sup r CTintcndent, president of the Womr an's Missionary society, and chairman ol ths Board of Christian Education. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia A 'colorful one-dish luncheon thai rice mold nilli creamcil dried beef lending ifs s.ivor green peas in the csnler of a golden round. Girl Scouts Oriranlzo Patrols in iMcctiriff The Girl Scouts of Troop 4 organized patrols in n meeting liuirs- day night at the Lange school under the supervision of Mrs H mnn Rimer, captain Two patrols were formed, llic Red Wing, meaning "Cheerfulness,' 1 led by Geneva Sample, ami the Iris meaning ''Loyal" led by Verna Wheat A new member, Allen. Bradshaw, was accepted It was re ported this group has sold candi and is donating money to the Reo Cross Membeis are now gathering magaEines unrl books to be dhlrlb uted among the refugees in Memphis Juanita Sample Is the scrlbf for trs*troop with Ernestine Has- ESll as her assistant ' t « '* Daughter Born A daughter was b,orn Tiuirsdai to Mr a_nd Mrs. Mills Waldon The baby',weighs eight and a half pounds' , ' * 1 * ' Mis'-. Melba. Dolores Foster , Wcds'tame-i EfiwSrd r llcnle.t. \ Mr.. and 'Mrs,- Johri W Foster announce the marriage of then daughter, Melb i Dolores, to Janw Eduard'Henley, son of Mrs Claudlf Lewis, of this city. The weddine was solemhized Jannaiy 24 at tht home of the Rev. Don c Holman who performed the rites The bnde wore tv frock of blart with touches of white for trlmmlw and her accessories were in black Only msmhers of the families attended the service. By MK|J. GAVNOIt MADDON NliA Service Staff Writer You don't have to have sloe eyas > enjoy rice. Nor must you be a Chinese chof to master the secret f a rice ring with creamed beef. !e|y, not on magic, but on this icipc, 'Illcc; King (C> servings) 1 cup uncooked; rice, 3 eggs, l i'p cream, 1-2 cup grated cheese, tit and pepper. Boil nee Have It dry and light \dd the beaten eggs, cream and (rated cheese Butter a ling mold, lour in the rice mlxture/set mold n pan of • water. Bake in moderate •vcn (350 degrees P.) for 1 hour. .Vheiv done, unmold on hot plat- er. Fill center with green- peas mil surround with creamed dried beef or creamed fish. It 'makes an excellent one dish meal. It's another buxom answer to the Lenten problem. Have you planned something a bit romantic for dinner on Valentine's Day? Then take a look at tills heart winning recipe. Heart of Ulcc (C to 8 servings) One cup cooked rice, 1 tablespoon granulated gelatin, 1-2 cup cold water, 1-1 teaspoon salt, 1 cup cream or evaporated milk, l .teaspoon vanilla 1-4 .cup sugar. " . Four cold water in bowl then sprinkle granulated gelatin on (.op. Place bowl in boiling -water and stir until gelatin is dissolved. Add this mixture to cooked rice, Add sugar, salt and vanilla. Bunt well. Cool. Whin it begins to thicken fold in cream whipped. Now for the valentine color, ingredients: 1 package cherry gelatin, 1 pint whipping cream, 1-4 cup powdered sugar, 1 teaspoon vanilla. Dissolve, gelatin according to the Instructions on the package. They vary according to brands. Rinse heart-shaped mold in cold water. Pour in gelatin mixture. Let set. Then nil mold with the rice Bavarian mixture. Chill thoroughly. When ready to serve, unm'old oh large plate. Beat cream with sugar and vanilla. Garnish red of your dessert with the sweetened cream and arrange small mounds of the cream around sides-of heart For lobster, chicken, shrimp- richly creamed, a, mold of pulverized w:-.'.tc wheat cereal, makes n sumptuous party dish. '".-• LAKE sTiturrr CHURCH M, N, Johnston, pastor Sunday school, 0:45. Preaching, 10:40 a.m. Young People's meeting C:30. Preaching i:3a. We arc moving the evening ser- vcle up to seven-thirty. We hoix: that you will remember the change and be in your pew. We need jour presence at church. You need the service. Missionary Society meets Monday afternoon, at 2:30 with o. J. Sodgers, in a monthly program meeting. Members and friends are Invited I been high enough. Now n hear I was ^ ed to dummy's ace and the club? finesse taken. .' West won, but not appreciating South's splendid strategy, he rc- urned a small spade, naturally ilacing ills partner with the queen. South won, cashed four clubs and •wo more hearts, giving him la contract. ', South's unnecessary play of the ice to the first trick was very Tine, otherwise West almost certainly would have shifted to iho ilarnond suit and defeated the contract. •'' ; n the hospital there. Miss Bratch- ir's father who accompanied them cmained there. J Wilson Henry Is ill at his . imc in Hcain Et J ( Th,Alfoid, who has been u ~at:ent>jatl (i\a Bl>thc\lllc hotpilal jv several weeks 1 ,Was rcmlved to "19 '.Memphis Methodist hospital '.sterday. Mi-s/ Jewel Willis, .who has been 1 siting' in Pine Bluff Tor two jeeks, Is expected to return home ic first-of the week. Bits of News Mostly Peisonal Manila Society -— Personal Ann Con\\ay White, daughter o ( Mr and Mrs Godfrey White of Osccola, has been the gusst of Mr anc! Mrs. A. Conway since Monday Mrs. Baker Wilson has returned from Somervllle, Tenn., where shf has b"en visiting relatives Tne children remained there but Mrs Wl'son came home because of Mr. Wilson's: ill ness. He is now better. Mrs. Jack Applebaum and son. Jack,' 'returned yesterday from Memphis where they spent two weeks. Joe Applebaum motored down for them. Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Wunderlieh have as'their gussts for the weekend, Mrs Estclle Cooke Vollmer and daughter, Ann, who have been in Memphis, Mtss Rose Lou Cooke. who teaches school at whitton, and MIES Eva Cooke, of Luxora. Ralph Farrar•"attended' to business In Memphis Wednesday H Hi'hfill returned today from a business trip to St Louis and other northern points W M Scruggs will spend the weekend m Memphis Mrs Herman Graves has returned from Jonesboro, where she nursed Miss Belle Whitsitt foi a week Miss Whitsitt, who has been ill with influenza. Is now- much bel- ter she is at the home of her sister. Mrs. Jo T. Trice O. Shonjo, who has been cnii- cally 111 at the Memphis Baptist hospital, is now steadily improving although he is jet under thj care of a special nurse. Mrs. John sm'ih is n.mte 111 at the Goff Hotel with influenza and complications Miss Lela. Smith has gone to Jactam, Miss.,'16 visit her sister Mrs. L. !,l camcy. Miss Smith. \<ho plans to remain thsre until sumniei, will be employed by the Jackson Candy Co. Guy Bratt who has been quitj ill with influenza, Is now much improved " r ,^ Ir f' G -' °- H!mks and children Estclle and Randall, returned jes- terday from a visit to paints In Tcnnsssae. -i Mrs. Loy'Welch, \vho has been s 11! several days ,w|th influenza, u <•>- Still cosinjXed \o her bed. ,,''" The"Rcv.i and Mis. Norman H £ Rhodes, returned Friday fiom ." , Brownsville, Tcnn., -where they vi«'"J led Mlssf OUie'Bratcher who is ill - Russell Webb of Tampa, Fla., jlio was called here because of ;he Illness and death of his atlier, L. P. Webb of Manila, i'e- .irned to his home Tuesday. Lew Caraway of Washington, D ;, Mrs. Mary Crowe, of Winston- ialem, N. C., and Mrs. Pearl foung of Honiersville, Mo., who lave teen here during the illness :md death of E. L. Caraway, re- ,urned to their homes Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCormlck and daughters, Misses Clola am uth, of'Anna, ill., visited friends and relatives here for a few days Mr.-and >Irs. Mcconnock returned to their home Wednesday and Misses Olola and. Ruth will remain here where , they are employed. -'-'...A. T. Pierce, who for'two'moutlis has been visiting in Hot Springs', ,ias returned to Manila.- Mr. and Mrs. Claiburn ' Tipton of Monette. spent a few -days with (he former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tipton of' Manila. Mr. and Mre. Bo McCami of Rives, Mo., are 'visiting friends and relatives here for a few- days. Mrs. E. P. llowcll ' and sons, Maurice and Marvini Mis. Neal Benson, Mrs. Pinkcy Tipton and daughter, Jeanctlc, : and Mrs. viola. Cranford and daughter, Joe, arc visiting in Memphis for a few- dnys. Misses Alberta and Ruth Bell, who visited in Caraway, for two weeks, returned to Manila Friday. All services in the Methodist chuich in Manila have been cancelled for the past two weeks because of nood conditions. The church has been converted into an emergency Red Cross hospital. The pastor, Rev. J. M. Harrison has supervised the work. Day nurse. Caruthersvillc i Society—^ Personal Declarer's Ruse Steers Foe Away Fron His Weak Suit "; BY WiM. K. McKENNKY 1 to another suit would defeat his •ccretary, American Uriilgc League; contract, avoided the shift by a It'doesn't always pay io take a | clever ruse. "."This fooled the de- Mrs. Stiles Entertains Cluu , Mrs. Shelley I Stiles enterlain- ect her bridge club and two guests, Mrs. C. G. Shepard and Mrs. C. E. Watson, Wednesday afternoon with n one o'clock luncheon at the Eat Shop. ,. : At bridge Mrs. Fred Wheeler was awarded a wooden sandwich tray for high score, and Mrs. An r higli na Lacey, having second among the club members, cd a deck 'Ol cards. Having among the guests,, Mrs. Watson was presented a box of cmstinj; powder. Clars Has Meeting The Gleaners Sunday School class of the First Baptist Sunday KIHST CHURCH 'OK THE NAZARENE Eupha I). Beasley, pastor Sunday school 0:45 a . m., E Evans, Sup't. . Morning worship, 11 a. in. Sermon subject, "The Prope Mlltude to God's Plan" N. V. P. S., 0:30 p. m. Evening service,' 7:30 p. in Sermon subject, "The Hand'wrlt ng-of God." .- AHSEJIBLY OF GOD CHUKCH Sunday school, 9:45 a . m . Morhjng service, 11 a. m. Jail sen-ice, 4:30 p. m. " Jr. C. A. Class, 5:30 p in Sr. C. A. Class, 6:30 p. in. Evening service, 7:45 p m Sunday will be Communion' Ser 'Ice Day and the missionary of tcring will be taken. Member's ar •specially urged to attend ahd'rth public. ;is.. ' cordially .invited t o : ke • <;rvice. Rev. Rhodes is, r coriduc HE. a scries of Bible studies eac Friday -evening, the Second clia[ '.er of Romans will he studied next' Friday. (3HIHSTIAX SCIENCE SERVICES '08 W. Main "Spirit'' is the -'subject of the Lesson-sermon whiheh will b3 read m all Churches of Christ, Scientist on. Sunday, February 7. The Golden Text is "We all, with 9|)?n face beholding as in a gloss he glory of t)ie Lord, are changed .into the same image from glory to glory, even as by the Spirit of the Lord." 2nd Corinthians 3:18 Among the citations which comprise the Lesson- Sermo School held its monthly business anil social meeting Monday evening at tile home of Mrs. G. W. f.cdbcttcr, who was assisted in en- 81 tertaining by Mis. Clyde Bailey '" and Mis. Fred Pierce. Change of , Mind ^ 'By Helen Welshimcr N OW my life is quiet, The daj-, all walk along Like pairs of nice old ladies \Vho aren't so very strong. } 1I AVE tlio ycace I wanted, The calm I talked about; No tumult and no shouting, Sincc-you are not about B UT life lias Rvovvn so tiresome _ Within this monotone, I wish that it would thunder— Or you would telephone! were Misses Martha Wliitelay and alre . virgll Davis, president, had N 'Bht nurse was | charge of the meeting, and the devotional was led by Mrs. Irene Hipp.in, with Mre. S. 'C. Stephan offering prayer. Anna Tiploh. Miss Ina. Rust. C' C Y——j/ fs/f wi' $m /lV X#.'-' nirs. Harold Pop'iiam entertained the Lucky Nine Bridge Club and an extra guest, Mrs. Curl Haskin, Monday evening at her .iome on West Eighth Street. High score was held by Miss Pauline Hamra. Miss Alice Bcriy- nan cut for consolation, and the LOW tcore nward was given to ilirs Cynthia Robinson. * * * Mrs. Ernest FiaMi hus taken the plr.cc left vacant in the grammar chool by Miss Opal Reeves, who i 4 . on a leave of absence, taking special work at the University of Missouri at Columbia. Ed James has returned from JMnml. Fla., where he spent tcv- TMI weeks vacationing. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Davis ami en. 13illy Jack, drove to Charleston, Mo.. Tuesday, Inking Fivd Richards there, where he is employed. Hugh England is confined to his home this week with pneumonia. Mrs. Harold Popham, who has ." 'i\lupiili;;ht Miulncu'.cli:' J!:m'!ls like plain curnalio:! to me, l-'annv." I w\ P! l Sues for Divorce - Butler Cope has filed suit hi cnancery court against Inez Cope,' o ' Vanishimj rtivcr Rcajuwars I LONDON (UP) - Buckingham- shire's "vanishing" river, the Mis- bourne, has surprised the inhabit ants of Chalfont st. Giles by', beginning to flow again, The rlvcr- which has baffled experts for many /Jf! years, had been "dry" for six' months, despite the fact that there has been plenty of water Gas & Oil rick cheaply. Occasionally a situation arises at the bridge table vhe're the declarer should be wiling to pay. much more for the -rick' than- lie is. iequired to do. Today's hajid is just such an example. It was played by James Grilfiiss, of Milwaukee. Mr.. Grilfu5s, r secing that a shift 'ender in the West into continuing cordially welcomed. Scouts will assemble at the front of the chijrch and inarch into the pews reserved for them. Scouts BUI Morse and Billy Jontz will play "America the Beautiful" as a trumpet duet, and the Skipper of Sea Scout S,hip Lundo.ulst will preach on "Scouting's Emphasis on Doing." AH Scouts will wear full uniform. At the Morning Worship at 11 o'clock the' pastor will preach on "God Behind the Scenes," based on the story of Esther. •.Sunday Church School begins promptly at 9:45 a.m., with full de- •partmental ; faci!ities for every age, under the erneral superintendence of S. E. Vail VAK7- • Q 7.3 2 * J7G3 4 K;10 8 C ¥9*8.2' 4 A-J8 *K8 AAQ2 ¥CJJ-6 South 1 * 2 If. T. *AQ1095 bei'^Mone vulnerable. \Vest North. Pass 1 « Pass " 3 N. T. East Pass Pass. Opening lead--* 6. Wreclier Service OPEN ALL NIGHT Phillips Service Center Phones 777 - 810 FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Lilly & Vine Sts. W. 0. Singlelcrry, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. f}. W. rrantham. supt. Church. 11 a.m. . P. Y: P. A., 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic message, 7:45 p.in. The public is cordially invited. following from the Bible- Is the a God at hand, saith'tlie'l^rd and not a God afar off?" Jeremiah Tile Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from the .Christian Science textbook, "Science and Haalth with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Bake rEddy: He is all Inclusive, and is reflected by all that if real and eter- by nothing else." (Page •ial and 331). The Reading Room is ops n every Tuesday and Friday from 2 to 5 p.m., 70s w. Main. 1'ILGftIM LUT»EU,VN CHURCH Sixlh ami Walnut Streets H. J. Klcindicnst, I'aslor Sunday school, o a.m. Morning worship, 10 a.m. Sermon tlicme: "Things that Hinder Us from Turning to God." The Lutheran Hour over 30 stations. Try WLW at 12 noon or RL-CN and WSM at 3:30 p.m. Hear Dr. Maisr ipjak on "America Needs a Nation-wide Youth Movement." More .(Inn S,COO letters arc received weekly. Have you written yours? Midweek Lenten Services bc"in Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Instruction class meets Monday and Wednesday 3:« pm You arc invited to attend our services. FIRST I'RKSllYTKUUN' CHURCH S. H. Salmon, Pastor The Boy Scouts of America cele- orate their anniversary this week, -JCCH ill with tlie flu. is' much iin- i f ebrllar y 7-13. and the opening fea- lure of the week will be a special Scout sen-Ice at this church at 7:30 tomorrow evening: Every Scout and Scouter in the city Is expected to to present, and will certainly be proved. Miss Elizabeth Fields has been confined to her home this week with a severe case of Influenza. Tommy Tipton, stationed lor the past year at Barksriale Flying Field at Shrcvcport, La., returnee! home Tuesday. Mrs. C. F. Uloker and Mis. Rob!. Hawkins and daughter. Harriett, >rc in SI. Louts, visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. Dean Dawson. Mrs. Dale Bracey and son, Homer Dale, arc visiting her parents in Fort Wayne, Ind. Mrs. H. H. lirown is vstilins her <on, H. H. Brown, and family, at Crowley, La. Mrs. T. M. Spidell and Ann Shanks, are In Memphis, visiting Mrs, Spidell'.s sister, and Ann's mother, Mrs. T. O. Shanks. "BERNAT" KNITTING YARNS FREE INSTRUCTIONS New spring nncl summer yarns Latest Styles ' Chs-sos, Friday, 2:30 P. M. MRS. LESLIE HOOPER I ICO Chlckasawba Phone 792 TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. Abstracts, lands & Loans E. M. Terr}-, I>res. andMfrr. 1'honc 017 ni> thcville; Ark. a suit which gave Mr^ Grllfuss his contract. : r i-,; i-/. : When the opening lead' of, the six of spades -was 'niade,\i.deelaver could see that his chief-.worry s the - diamond suit. He must iak TEMPLE ISRAEL . Maurice Lyons, rabbi Religious services will be held at he. temple at 1:30 p.m., Sunday "ollow'ed by a reading by Dr. Lyons. The public is cordially invited to attend. FIUST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eighth Alfred Carpcnkr, Faslor 0:30 a. m. Sunday school, H. J. Fi-itzius, superintendent. 10:35 a. in. worship service. Pas :or's sermon topic: "3 in One." «us!c by the Men's Quartet. 6:30 p. m. Baptist Training Un- cn, Alvin Huffman, Jr. Director. 7:30 p. m. worship service. Pastor's , sermon topic: "Kurrent -kingdom Kernels." Solo, Mrs. H. I. Fritzius. Wednesday evening: 1:00 o'clock teachers' meeting; 7:30 o'clock, prayer service'. The pastor will give report of executive uoard meeting and trip to Siloaui Springs, Arkansas; 8:30 o'clock. :hoir rehearsal, Mrs. Paul L. Tip•n, director. Today's; Contract Problem South's contract is six spades. After the opening lead, he is pen; .!ed to enter duxrim'y With ihe small trump, discarding, a losing diamond on the king of hearts.. The 'second diamond leail -shows that diamonds cannot-be established. Should he how fake the 'club finesse? (Blind) 4KQJ 100'i i. A * 32 *KJ76 IN. «-S. vu!. Cpcncr—V 3. Solution in next issue. 6 Man the lifeboats...a hurricane's brewing! 'Cause •,'-'"Ginger" Jane is in the Navy noiv!![ in "The Holy Terror^ With Anthony i\!artin. Ltah Ray, Joan Davis, E] Ikendcl and Joe Lewis Also Cartoon and Scriil—"Ace:;; Drummori.T'—Final Episode! •• —Continuous 'Showing— ... V —Admission—' 'Till 5 P. M.—10 &- 2Gc , 1 ; After 5 P. M.—1C & 31c m m m Sunday - Kay Francis in "Stolen Holiday" With Claude Rains, Ian Htin- <er, AH'ispn Skipwbrlh and Alexander, D'Aroy She slond - alone before a mob lionling for her husband's Mood... before a world which scorned her djin^'love for a man she could never marry. . Also .Paramount News, Technicolor Cartoon and Musical —Admission— Scndiiy—All Day—16 & 30c Monday Matinee—10 & ZGc Monday Night—IB & SOc • '•I TUESDAY. FEB. 9— §125.00 J5ANK NIGHT! .. a finesse in clubs,' and there was Brave -danger that, if this failed, West -ling'lit then shift to diamonds, ancl defeat the contract. He wanted to encourage the continuation of the spade suit. If West won the club. So, when East played, the; jack. South unhesitatingly won the trick with the ace, although' the queen would have for Whiter, longer wearing clothes Our scientific methods of washing your clothes in zero hardness water with pure soap, every garment handled by expertly trained laundry workers assures your clothes being returned to you snowy white urn! perfectly ironed . . . the gentle care they- receive assures their longer wear, too! AH buttons icwcd on and minor repairs made. YOU'LL LIKE OUR CLEANING - SERVICE, TOO! PTHEVILLE Adm.—Always 10 & 25c— la Tax Show Every Night ' Mallnrcs Friday, Saturday, Sunday" 1 ' Friday & Smiday Matinees—2:15' Saturday Matinee — Continuous Showing — 1:00 Till 11:00 r. M c H a R i ] STARRETf Also Cartoon and Serial—"The ' Fighting '.'marines". Sunday - Monday With Joseph Callchi, F| nr . cnce Rice, Thomas Mitchell' and Ted Heaiy Also v -Fox iMovieloiie News and Comedy

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