The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 17, 1932
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BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) ' COURIER NEWS "~; Society Calendar ,l~. - ; Tmrtiij '• Mrs. M. A. Isaacs entertaining Tuesday Contract club. • Mrs, Victor Br»y having Young Matrons'Bridge club. *. Lange P. T. A. meeting at 3 p.m. '•/Executive board of county ledera- tton of Women's clubs meeting a I Woman's club (or luncheon at 12 noon. _ LuzelSan Sunday schoDl class ol • First Baptist church meeting at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Charles S. - Lemons.- Eastern Star meeting at 7:30 P. M. Wednesday Wednesday Contract , club meet- Ing Wita.'" Mrs.- Carrol Blakemore. Women of " Church of Christ meeting at' Luxora- 'with/Mrs. Howard Bown. .'>„:. . . Central Wirf'P. T. A. meeting . st school at 3 p.m. UThe Jewish Ladies Aid society •"f\\l meet in. .{he evening at the ihome of Mrs.? Ads Applebaum with ^rs. : S»m Florman as co-hostess. r; Delphian 'meeting, 9 A. M., at ' • * v Mrs, Cecil • Shane entertaining Jlld-Week BrWgt club. ' f rl ? C Music,,department of Woman's -flirt meeting.. .. \ U. D. a. benefit bridge and rook at Woman's club, 7:30 o'clock. Hall wljo wore a three piece ensemble-of wine krinklc crepe trimmed in white. Mr. Hall was the bridegroom's best. man. Alter a brief honeymoon In Union City, Tenn., Mr. and Mr.s. Caldwell have returned hc-rp. Mrs. Caldwcll is tiic attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Davis, of this city, and Mr. Ca!d- wcll is the- son of Mrs. C. T. Cald- wcll, of Union Oily, Tenn. Both have been employed at Die Arkansas Grocer company for several years. » * • Red Pepper Club Presents'A Play. The sum of $21 was netted from a p5ay presented by tho Red Pepper club of (he senior high school Friday. Thlr, v,as contributed to the tuition fund for the school. Bits oj /Verts Mostly Personal •;*•«, "Nicker F»rtj;. »i Every r iiickel »penv:»«~N!clc- ~«l" party Tuesday' night will be' gTv- jen to the of the First 'Presbyterian' church. The Beta 'Chi Sunday school class Is spon- tend ..soring the affair which is to be ^flven at.the home ol Mr. and Mrs. -"Carrol. Blakemqre. '-"••"• Planning" it' difle'rcnt from the .' usual '"Sunday .'school ' parties," ' groups may 'have their own private < Fifties with such entertainment as i parchesi, table tennis, dart ball, -.dominoes and ..chwkirs.'There will j also be", general amusements': 61 ; stunts and games and la "gypsy•. like'. 1 fortune teller. " '' .' The Hallowe'en idea is to be used ; and refreshments in-ill be served In -the kitchen with liot dogs, ginger • bread '.topped with whipped cream, -• home:made.cake, coca?coli and cof- 'fee included In the cafeteria bill ^of fare. '. Admtsstot) to the parly, which Is >to begin at 8, q'ctoclr,. will be ; a jnickeL • ; J. I •. 'i T * ; His Bridge Party. ; Twenty-four guests were entcr- -tained by Mrs. : B. L. Bradley •Saturday afternoon for a bridge ;Barty. The Hallowe'en motif was iaccontuatcd with tallies and pcn- icils decorated with" goblins nnd 'witches and the prizes were wrnp- ,ped in orange and black. Garden • flowers helped to make the cnuir- |taining rooms have an autumn .atmosphere. ^ After five progressions a chicken ,salad was served with sandwiches, -cake and coffee. ! Mrs. Loy Welch won first hon- |crs, a luncheon set, had made pll- J. A. Leech is ill Memphis today. Thomas Wraight, Charles Ozlur and Hubert Potter will drive to Memphis this evening to attend the Londcs-Savoldi wrestling match. Otto Ciimmings motored to JoncEbcro Saturday. He was accompanied home by his daughter, Miss Mary, Misses Vivian Holland and Mary Grace Hill who spent the week-er.d at home. Denny Fowler, Joe Piirtc; Jr., and Tommy Thompson, who at- Xrresting Sight at Miami Beach HOLLYWOOD GOSSIP Vivid Colors Vie With Somber Hues and M. college, Joncs- low cases went to Mrs. W. c. |Higginson for second high and | the low score prize, handker- , chiefs, was won by Mrs. Lee Wal- , Entertains At Bridge. * Mrs. Matt Mormghan, Jr., entertained 28 guests with a bridge ; party Saturday afternoon. Pretty • autumn garden flowers made beau- t tiful colors for decorations of the . two rooms. ; For prizes she awarded Mrs. ; Doyle Henderson a blue rose jar ] for first honors. Mrs. Russell Parr i a leather telephone book cover | fcr second high and a piece of , Italian pottery to Mrs. W J ; Wunderlich for low score. j A. chicken mousse v;as served , with tea rolls and coffee. i ' • • • CaUwell-Davii. Trie marriage of Miss Evelyn Da- boro, spent the week-end at home. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. G. Holland and family raolorcel. . to . Dyersburg, Te'mi,, -for" 'the week-end.' ,'1'.-':;.''• Alvln HufTrrmn,- Jr., who 'Is a student at Jonesboro college, spent the week-end with relatives. Mrs. Ira Crawford spent Saturday at'.Lcpcuito 'with Mr. Crawford who]. Is buying cotton there this season. " ; '. Mrs. W. J. Wuntlcrllcii and Mrs. Clarence Vollmcr arc in Mcmpnls today. ... . Pat Broom, of Lepanto, visited in the home-of Mr. and Mrs. Ira. Crawford Sunday. . - / Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Vail return- | id to their home in Hot Springs today after several days stay .with Mr. and AArs. t, J.., Marian. Mr. .jfncf Mrs.. L. .Davis, .Miss Marie Davis and -J. H; Monnghim. of Cape Glrardeau, Mo., spent Sunday with Mrs. Ira Crawford. ' Mr. and Mrs/; Harry Atkins hart as''th«lr guests Friday night Mr.' and. Mrs. Frank Rayliorn and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davenport, oi Memphis, who come up for the Tccli-Blythcvillo football game, v XIrs. Elmer Armstrong nnd Mrs. Rodney Banister were In Memphis Saturday. Miss Margaret Gray spent Saturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Rictmrd Gimler McCcol, of Boston, will arrive Thursday by motor lo sp;nd Iheir vacation with Mr. McCool's molrer, Mrs. Edith McCool, at the home of his uncle, Dr. 'P. A. Robinson. Mr. McCool, who has been stationed nt the Boston Navy yards for the past three years, has frequently visited here. ' - It's almost a pleasure to be arrested in Miami Beach, Fla., now that smiling, dark-haired Evelyn Tucker lias been appointed police desk sergeant at Die city Imll. Here you see her—badge and everything— on duty. She Is .the only unarmed, member of the force. ISTER KITCHEN INTIMATE GLIMPSES AMD INSIDE STUFF ON THE MOVIE COLONY Y DAN THOMAS- HOLLYWOOD.—Did you ever stop to analyze your sensation while watching Clark Gable make love to Ncrma Shearer, James Cngncy sock a girl, or the Mark brothers bclnsr absurd? Then did you ever wonder how these stars must feel when viewing themselves on tlu screen? Not infrequently their emotions on such occasions rise to greater heights than Ihey did.for fhe b:n- lifit of the cameras—but usually they're not the same emotions. It's the -custom of the film factories to'run--daily "rushes"-of a picture while:It's in production showing bits-of film shot durim, the day£ work.-they-are the onlj proofs by which a .director can determine, what hfis been recorded by the cameras arid sound apparatus A great many of the players also sec them, although som: never have looked .at- "rushes" since then first awful. experiences. • "• » Marx Brothers Go Serious Some of the players are amiisad some disappointed, others encour agacl ami a few annoyed. The Marx brothers always sit with long faces, carefully studying each gesture, and. every spoken roasts' and slews' giin popularity. Miju ahvay's liUJ them and, unless too highly.' seasoned, the roast :w is 'suitably for qulto sn-;ill Children. Beef is -usually Ihought of when pot roast" is menlloned, but any variety of moat can be used tills way. Willie any inexpensive cut is desirable for this method ot cooking, one that contains a small •mount of especially economical and sitSfactory. it is alsa rill economy ria:- purcr.iise a ronsl large enough for two meals. Tlu meat and gravy are splendcd lor the first meal and the; in-at is ready to slice cold or reheat app^- tizlngly 'for the second meal. In planning a meal in which pal roast figures as the "piece etc resistance," full flavored vcse;abls5 find'simple, homely desserts should be chosen. The gravy always is an Important feature ol the dinner and nothing should be permitted to rival its effect. For insbnc/?, creamed potatoes would be oul oi plfice sincD they would have no 1150 for the delicious brown gravy, while BJf SISTER MARY i siry to prevent burning add about NEA Service Writer I one-half cup boiling water. Sprin- Wiih the coming of autumn poti file with salt and pepper when meat lias been cooking about two hours. When ready to serve, remove to hot platter and keep hot. Measure liquid in kettle and add enough boiling water to make 1 1-2 cups. Return to the tire and bring to the boiling point. Stir in flour stlrroii to a smooth paste with three ta- WesiXKHis cold \viiter. Ccok. stirrfrigl constantly, for five minutes. Four' into gravy boat ,ond serve. Veal Is delicious. pot roasted this way. Tomorrow';: Menu BREAKFAST: Baked i>-;irs, cereal, cream, creamed salt codfish on rye toast, riiilk, coffee. LUNOHEON:' Onionj slutted nnd bnkcd, apple and cranberry salad, cinnamon rolls, milk, tea. DINNER: Pot-roast cf beef, brown Gravy, 'mashed potatoes. buttefe<l new turnips, molded carrot salad; quince pucdlng served with sugar and cream, milk, coffee. Hospital Notes jvis and Mr. W. H. Caldwcll was , solemnized Saturday evening with . the Rev.. Alfred S. Harwell, pastor ; of the First Baptist church, per; forming the ceremony. ; The ring ceremony took place al .the E. J. Browne apartment on jWest Ash street where Mr. Cald'. well and his bride are now making ; their home. Lovely dahlias anc •lerns filled the living iocm and an ; improvised altar was formed with ; palms, ferns and roses. [ The bride wore a deep «a en- Isemble of rough crepe 'with a lace :bloU52 trimmed with a high collar Miss Sara Jo Little spent Saturday In Memphis. . . •' Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon were In Memphis Saturday where they rvere guests of th'clr son, J. Norris, who is employed there. Among those from hero who •notored to Osceola Sunday for •he show "Grnnd Hotel" were Mr. uid Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. Mr. and Ntrs. Fred Sandefur, Miss LaVcrgne Icod and Pat O'Brynnt. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Dodson and on. Joo Bob, and Miss Cliffic Webb returned yesterday from Jttlo Rock. Mrs. Dodson and son •M been there several days and vllss Webb and Mr. Dodson mot- red over for them yesterday. Mrs. Bancroft Terry and Mrs Charles Crigger, Jr., motored, .. Memphis Friday. They were tic- -ompanicd by their cousin, Mrs ^hamp Klmbcrlain. of West Plains tfo., who will visit Mr. and Mrs J. C. Rogers befcre reliirnhi! wre prior t3 going to her ho'me Miss Minnie Matthews has re irncd from Memphis where sh P?nt several months taking eauty course. sn c aceompanic liss Hazel Jlardin home who wen iiwn that afternoon Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Moor plain .boiled, mashed or ricsd po- i Admitted: Mrs. Louis Hatley. Ar tatpes would act as an ideal cnr-t'j} 01 ' 31 ; Bc ^ l S Patterson. Siccle. Mo. rier for the yravy. ' ' All the nutuinn vegetables com- | and the cton coat had three quarter t length slesvcs. .' Her. only attendant was Mrs. Ray Tired.. Nervous Wife ^Wins Back crmcrly of here and „ i-cachville, a v» in !he city toda. no* o bine-well with a pot roast of best, 'hey may be cooked surrounding he moat, or 'poparatoly, as prs- crrcd. When cooked with the meal, he gravy becomes flavofcrt with he.vegetables; so unless a savory ;ravy is liked by all members o'f [ he family, It's a safer plnn lo cook he vegetables separately. Tot Koast Three pounds l=an beef. 3 ica- Discharged: Miss Kathleen Harper, Stcele; Mrs. Iva Flowers, Bly- thcville; Jolm McMorris, Blytheville; Belly Patterson, Stcele, Mo, Forester Set Record For Patrol Flying MISSOULA. Mont.' (UP)-Tlirec hundred hours' flying over forest covered mountains, covering u;\\r- 30.MO miles in wraicrn Moii- .salt, 1-2 tcns|>Mn pepper. '2 \ f lm a and northern Idaho, was the record established this season bj !!o«anl Flint, director of the northern region forest sen ice's lir? pa- ablespoons flour. Trim fat from meat and tr: n heavy aluminum or iron kcttl:. Strain an'd rei\irn 1 tabl^pocm i aerial pliolcgiapliy ami melted fat,'to kettle. Heat anci aitdjtrol. iicat. Brown on nil sides, liirnluK' Flint tiavelccl over 3.000 . frequently. Care s!:ould • be In ken j miles of forest lands, nnppir.,- ;he not to pierce with fork. When meat'Knnikbii ami Kooteiui foWsU is brown all over, cover kettle]and parts of Ihc Btockftnt. clossly and ccok over n la-.v fire I for tlirce hours or until Is' tender. If yon liave a kettle with a-'heavy, close-fitting cover no mi- Icr should bo added. Hut if ncces- wntcr, Srlway anci Ncz Perec foi ost-s. BY JOAN SAVOV Football' days : are iiere All kinds of reddish pinks, pink-| turnout that will give • a/girl, con- arain. I ish recis and bright zinnia sludes With them come some z'csttul full are to be had, too. costumes that should give the wearing them a chance to make a popularity tqiichdowri. , Of course most of Uvo costumes for- these gala - S are --\yoolens For the girl who' has height and slenderness enough to carry a cape outfit, there is a soft green vrcol a white fleck in it; The (iress is a Icngsieeved one, —wo:len dresses with capes, wraps, I wilh fme streamlines to its cut, swagger coats and : beltefi jackets. ! and a severity that is tremend Greens arc gorgeous and also ously smart on the right person. very' considerate. They come in Ovsr this comes a cape-jacket vivid,- penetrating shades that affair with a neat, tapping, 'roll brighten up ably. -. Also ihe scene consider- cellar and some of the new they come in soft, j smart buttons adorning it. and The subdued Tones that"'ore' appeal- little fabric hat is of the same ing and ask less of their wearers. [ green wco), making a very smart Hdence in her charm /in the stadium or anywhere - else. . A second outfit is :i/m't more formal, consisting of. a dress of i one of the ne\v soff'brown woolens in a shade that' has light and life . in it. ' ••' Over this dress goes, the cutest little jacket in the world, a" brown and white polka dotted wool, in L a heavy, serviceable fabric, Mtetl ] snugly with . leather ari'ct ; '.;collared ^ in bea\er. i The chio ' ii'ii is ol felt to match the dress, .and is banded with leather to 'match the belt.' cussiug an<; crUici/ing, everything | only on ih« rare occasions that shc I ly- her director ' present.. Norma in German! Consequently his un- becomes silent that those about her ! Shearer has her "rushes" S2iit to dcrlings don't, quits know to begin to worry. do or say, and often say th; wrcng thing. Joan Crawford talks right out ] loud while viewing "rushes" of her| self. Occasionally she will ropri- ! miind herself for something, often ] to the great amusement of the others, around hrr. Although she watch- Garbo Quit Watching 'Em During her early days in pic- es her acting and cc-stitming very closely. Joan ccnlers her ai'.ention on her hair. Tnat must be just right. lure. 1 ;, Grota Garbo used to look at her "rushes" every day. But she gave it up because she leit that it wns detracting from her work the following day by making her think too much about what already had been done. Barbara Stanwyck and George Dietrich always sit together, dis-! Brent arc others who talno thcte great ma 115 .0 ilon an impish get-up for Hal-1 stage foH: also dislike to so; ih:m- seives until the film is complete:! , , due largely to the fact thai treir word. Never yet have thay teen ^^ o[ training have acciistamid Just a Farce lo Durante her home every evening and runs them there in the presence of her husband, Irving Thalberg, \vhon- HnroM I-loyd and Buster Kcaton I ever it's possible for ' him to be concern themselves largely with I present. iming the laughs—which occasion-! Charles Laughton, recently im- lly are only expected laughs. To! ported English actor, fcrgels thai Jimmy Durante, l:ov-:evcr. the whole j he is looking at himself and thinks thing is .1 farce. He spends most i only of the character he i> \mol his time kidiing the camsra- ! traying. He declares that is the men abo:it the lighting on his ; onlyway to receive any value from chnozz'o.' 1 I the "rn.slies" and voices the cpin- Constance Bennett always invites | ion that all players should do the the entire company to her "rush- ; same. H would be nice to fin:l Uia!. cs," while Aim Harding much pre- (ret of gold at the eufl of the rain- fcrs to see Ihem alone or with on- ; bow, too, wouldn't-it? known to crack even the faintest i u,c-m to sustained pcrlormanccs. smile during the running of Ihc j Lo re ua Young gives veul lo hei 'rushes," although Ihe dircclor and i emotions in a loud voic:. some others in tf.O room sometimes howl. times complaining about somelhln;, with laughter. -or other anci sometimes compli- Perhaps Ihc mosl unfair man who.menling herself. But she never, is ever looked at "rushes" is Josef. backward about voicing hrr opin- von Stcrnterg. Von and Marlcne' Ions and is easily placalcd. ft Thirteen months aun six <i required t? hatch lurtb c»s Pep! TIER raw nerve * A were soaLhct] She banished tha , "dead lired" trr J «ii ... - . . . ' ing-Won ncwj-outh- A* Mtar— ttHful nitf-,'4, K Uvt days-all bc- CMK *ht t«S her »v»um ot bovtl-ctefjir* -25%5?L*T rc »P?>n« her viulily. HlTfab- JM> (Nnw«'« KfttHy)— the miW. safe, all- •ymcutie to»«h-e— wwked the tr jnstonnalnn. It for comtipition, biliouucu, head- TO NIGHT Bennett's Pasteurized Milk l"c Ql. Delivered Phone 7-1 Bulgarian HnHcrmilk 15e Qt. to Church Sunday NOTICE You ciui now liavo your Vacuum Cleaner amuik' rcbuill on Uu: installment plun. ^iost of us dr one way or anollicr, on liiis basis, so why not li Ihe most helpful applinnco in your Itoiuc put first class condition this easy way. in Just call 680 for 1'Yue Inspection and Kslimnle. You make I lie terms. Remember, Kvt-i'y Job Gu;ii'- antced. Heffner Ekctiic Service Gillen Fiii'iiiture Sloro '. • i Awhile in Jf.Louis stop at [Effective/HoielCL4RIDG€- . / ON LOCUST AT iStn OW, I In keeping with Hie trend of I the times and imdtnfainin^our 'leadership in We Announced ireductfonin la 11 departments] i i Garage \-^ Service DINNCP. .LOUIS 35O ROOMS EACH WITH PRIVATE BAT^ & SHOWER CIRCUIATING ICE WATER- When in Memph/ same tnanaqpmonf M& Sff ST.LOWS W/rtf WHAT YOU SAVE! You select your clothes with the greatest CARE . . . wht; entrust them to any but the best cleamrs? IT you dciniiiul quality in your dolhc.s M'lien buying them you should see tl'.al quality is maintained in their upki'cp. N'o cleaner in this section can give you licltcr work thiin is ilonc in our plant. Fall Hats REBUILT Phone 180 NU-WA CLEANERS •< • We Gn)c Prosperity Cdins

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