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PAGE TITO «> * ' •*' •• MONDAY, OCTOBER 31 1932 f SoddyCalendai Mrs. Hunter C. Sims enlcrtaln- ing ;. _f nS^iay- Contract club. ,' Mrs 'Dixie Crawford entertaining .Youiig . M&trons Bridge club. ':. Literary. Department of Woman's .Telub meeting at club. • . ... Eastern Star meeting nt 7:30 '.o'clock. • .... Wednesday - '.Wednesday Contract club party ,!.with, Mrs. Charles Crlgger jr. , : ' '* '. Thisrsfia.)- •f.;.;JVIr?>>H.' A." Smith having Mlcl- J"JWcek--Brldge club. . , Thursday Luncheon club niEd- tng .with Mrs. Byron Morse. Miss Madge Hawkins Weds Mr. .Edwin Jones The marriage of Miis Madge ...Hawkins and -Mr. Francis Edwin Jones was solemnized In Memphis ^this morning, 10 o'clock, :it the TUnioii Avenue Methodist cluircli. The Rev, J. fvfncl: Jenkins, cousin .;.of ,tUe; bridegroom, performed the ••ring.-ce'rsiuony. V -The Drills wore a tailored frock of. deep sea blue trlpb crei« trimmed 'in white alligator cbth with a bpw tied at the neck. Her accessories ivcrs In the same shade. Sweetheart roses and lilies of Ihc ,', valley fovmed her shoulder corsage. She had for her maid of honor Miss Bessie Harwell, of Memphis. After Mvc-ral days stay In M?m- -, .phis Mr. Jones ani his bride will " bb at home at 610 Chickasawba avenue. Mrs. Jones, w'.io is (he daughter • of Mr. nn:l Mrs. O. N. Hawkins. '"is a graduate of the citv high school and also of Miss Wyl'ic's Business • college of Memplils. She lias been • connected with th; Ren-Patterson company for some lime. The bridegroom, who is tee son of Mrs. Marylea Jones, was reared in HIpIcy, Tenn., where he received . his education. He moved here several year.s ago and Is now owner of (he Broadway Barber shop. * * * Osctola Women's nomwr.iiic Club to Have Benefit Party. . The Women's Democratic club ot Osceola will have a benefit bridge Light-Headed Gientia Fnn-cll has answered Hollywood's call anil has deserted Broadway's fcotlijjhls for a career, under the. movies' stronger lights. Here is the lawny blond • as she started work In her first starring - picture. party Wednesday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at the Ojceola court house. wills wcn lllc ll! B'' sc A'spocial Invitation is being ex- se ^ °f tnb'.c ornaments, leaded ladles ot this city. * " • " Plans Complete for Hallowe'en Carnival. The Junior High school Paront- Teacher association Is sponsoring a Hallowe'en carnival, at th score prize, a - Is, and second high,, a tooted leather book cover, was received by Sirs. JJoyle Henderson. • » • Senior lllgh P. T, A. XJiges Quiet Hallowe'en. The senior high 1'. T; A. has "~iiwwci.-ij Ldrnivai, at, tile iinnoiy; * JJL .^"'ur juyn i'. i ; A. n tonight, which promises to be nn i 1)(M;n making. a sp;dal cllerl' to unusual event. ' I have a "safu aiid sane" Hallowe'en The general admission of ten nnd '"'- 1 - i ''"'"' - - - 0 _ _. uui*ii.xiiuii ,_.] i^n nun fifteen cents v.ill entitle each gue.it w> the main show and for the eon- test or giving ft turkey away, In addition to these attractions there will be side shows, a bingo game Pong game and bobbing f 0 °r apples with prizes, n fish pond, a ping •which will each cost a penny or two. * * * Serorjly Studies French Literature. In continuing the study of French Literature the Rl;o Alpha chapter pf the Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority had a meeting at the Hotel Noble Thursday night. Dr. Edna Nles was leader of the program made up of a piano ss- lecviori by Miss Selma Ixmlz, nnd a renew of UK books "Saint Satur- run" by Jean Schlumtorger given by Miss Ruby Aihley. Miss Althea Edwards and Dr. Nics served pumpkin p;o and hot chocolate. literary Department To Have Guests Tomorrow. Members of the Music department of the Woman's club will IK 6u=3t3 of the Literary department Tuesday nlicmoon for a meeting al the club at 2:38 o'clock. «v, M [ S ', J 'J?' Slsadman will review irte book "The Fountain" by Chart"' Morgan. The hostesses ara Mesdamw W. W. Hawkins. Howard Proctor and J. F. Sanders. • « * Has Pritlge Parly. Mrs. A. T. Cloar cnlcrlalnrd 2* Ba.ly.1,, a bridge party &lur : her suburb.! n :et flov:ers. sumac and ti-.e Hillow.-'cu "i-i 0 i.\ r in the pumpkin^ and ;iic Mrs. -Joe Watson, of Caruther.v *'" 9 ' ,1™ a ""»P for first hono- and the stccncl hhh. csrd^. w ' r to Mrs Randolph Smith. Mr= H o. Partlow won a nest cf n'-- irv- Jor cutting th- lucky card" '' P H J ,1? °'^" tcr " sal -->d was M rv. eduith chicken sandwiches, dal *>af, pickles and coff^ Included in the guests' v.rre M n O. H. Andrews and Mrs. Jon w-ii son, of Caruthersville. " '..*•* Enlcrlain at Bridje. . . T *enty.:)a!iie.s were guests cf Mr Shckmcn and Mrs. Murra , s .?'«rdsy afternoon for - p^rty at th= home of M- .Bmart on Chickasawba avenue: There was a touch of vclba- li> (1» flowers, hf.Ho-*-c';n dcnratiom' tallies and refreshments. Clusters of tea rosss and chrysanthemums were L M VSSCS and a Jack O'Lnntcrn .DBS led in a bed of leaves for the centerpiece of the dinuig table . The refreshments were c'clcton «.P?t»to chips,, corn- coff«. onight 'with' the Red Pepper club nd tlie two high scliool Girl Seoul troojw cooi>cratins in the inove- iciit. • ' « » J.'il Scculs Have ininiiil lUnt|ticl. There were 122 local Girl Scouts, arcnts and sponsors at the nn- ual banquet Saturday evoniii'* at lie Wo.-nan's club for (he conclud- ig event of an observance of Na- lonnl Girl Scout week. An outstanding event in Girl cout history of Ihe city, the ,-,r- aiigements for Hie banquet were omp!cte in every detail. Using for the theme "A Dy in lamp" woodland decorations were Ue;l with corn stalks find boughs f auiiinm leaves llnej nbout the .'alls. Pumpkins, ornnge paper gnr- iinsls and leaves siisp3iidcd from he ceiling and n camp lire scsnc ddert to the p'.cliiresque scene. The •ibiss also can-led out the idea .'itli miniature lakes with and caches and boats, tepees, irccs in •'.'lich were perched O'.vls aiul the ilace cnrcs of tents. During the serving of Ihn b.in- uct, meiiii :i prcgram, d:pi=lin;! the !i-j:r.e was given with Marjarol Moor? as scoutmiscreis. Ti:c Girl Scout song was sung by all for [heir le nncl this was fclioivc-i with n plan (oi 1 the parly given Friday cvchins by Miss Alice Jane Hester til her home on:Vine street. The 25 guests enjoyed .fortune tellinc and clhcii.games and later refreshments were served. - Miss Hester was assisted In en- tciir.lniiig by her cousin, Miss Maigaret Campbell, of I'aragould, who is her house guest. s . Has Birthday Party. ^ * Pcg^y June Van Winkle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Van Winkle, was two years old Tlums- (tny afternoon so she had 15 little Iriemls in to spend the afternoon with her. There was ice cream, jello and lilrllioi-y .cake for refreshments and numerous games and contests fci- air.uEcmeuts. Frances Hall won the priir, candy. The honored hostess received ninny gifts. * * • Cfars CefcLralcs. The junior girls Sunday school c!a:s of (he Second Baptist church WPS cnta'laincd Friday niglit by the tcacl'i-r, Mrs. Hattlc Smiddy, at (he home of Mrs. !i. A. Morris. The 25 present enjoyed ghost :.lcries, bobbing for apples and fortune telling; in which a witch stirred the pot "In disclosing the future. A number were masked r.nd in costumes porUiniin; to th: Hallowe'en holiday. Sandwiches, doughnuts and Irai cnruie were served. Depression Hits Pike's Peak Tourist Trade : (0 (UP,-A vlvM csnlllp!c 1 lhe tlc l' ros sion has done ' Ollri5t l»'i"slry - by f J "l * the greatest industry in Colorado, —Is seen in reports f.-ojn Ihc iour- il' 1 . follo.vcil and j ;1 | -xamier nnd Mary J? 6jy= a ri^nce and a sketch by 'sue ' and .-. SliMbsth I coj road, or tlic motor road t: M,ri. T 3 ", '" L ' :n '' '" :> 0[ thc pc:lk in l!l = season jiist i. . .1 ,1 „,«, „ closed. It was a 30 p?r cent reduction over the traffic on lh= sanio r,-,ai: last ) r ear, and la?t y.-ar's naurcs in turn, were 30 per cent less than Iho year before. tibcr during the "quiet" hour, n the "badge work" period Jano n.'aiwm told of the hnndicr.iii Amanda Thrnshcr of \Vorlri F-- 'owsMp and Patty Elianc of na- :ure. Tor ".I tri]> into the wocds" M r ; Kiisscli Farr ranp the M !o "Tr-s" >i'33 Adellc smith, teacher of tlie Keiscr school, who a!s 3 h:n ;l EC - IU 3P there, spoli- en "Ciirl .'-'ccu 1 'Leaders- for ti, s program -Jur"-, , c ' Vls 'l |: rs hour." Mrs. R j.- •scam was in c i, ar ge ol th- -\wi'- it reveries." Father .inil Snn JInkc Viulins DETROIT. (UP)—For 5S yea! J. Adolph Kritj. CO. l:as tccn n>a in:; violins. His ron, Arthur K.. ; K following his father's with a ri'cof.l cf 22 years In thc business. Bits of News Mostly Personal Jess Homer, who underwent an Kratlon at the Blylheville hospital, .has been icmoved to his home "1 Ihc diaries P. Wood apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee King. who have been spending the past six months at Monroe, La., and Boyle, MLss., returned home yes- leiday and a tc now with tncir daughter, Mrs. Leonard W.'lloll 'lid family. Fred Matthews spent Sunday in Memphis. J. H. I'arkcr and R. 8. Carman wcr.) in MempWs yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Miller are in Memphis today.- Urs. Cnrl and Edna Mies spent yesterday In Memphis. Buck Mclmrg, who jj.,., i,cen in a Memphis hospital having had ci linger amputated, was brought home yesterday. Mrs, Meharg Mr ind Mrs. Leonard w. Holt and son, Leonard Jr., motored down for him. Jmimie Smolheriiiaii and Bernard Jaggers motored to Memphis ye s- Icrdny. Mr. and Mrs. r. u. Wow and | children, who ] lavc lived in Mem- ,' inis lor several years, have rsturn- ;il here to make tlwlr lioma and '.'ill reside at the J. E. Bell s»- ourouu home on the north highway I Mr. ana Mrs. Thomas W Miller I .•clui-nocl last night from Brunswick, Ga., where Ihey were called bec;ii!3e ol Ike sudden death of Mr. Miner's mother. They wore accom- ranied liomi- by Miss Babble Lee ^»Z, wlio 1ms been vlsliin" a' Boyle. Miss., and they are with" Mr] and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris Mr. and Mrs. John Whitworiii of Holt, Ark., wcr= guests of Mr Tid Mrs. j. E. Wnilworth v c s- terday. Mis. A. T. Cbar and Sirs. Rives Allen will spend tomorrow in ca- ruthersvllle with Mis. Jo= Watson Miss Ruth Whllworth and her sister, Mrs. 1>. u. W ooJ, are in Memphis today. • Mrs. A. T. Clear, Mrs. Handolph Smith, Mrs. Rives Allen, accompanied by Mrs. c. H. Andrews and -Mrs. Joe Watson, of Cnriuhorovllle visited lu Mernpiils- diU-ing jast week-. ;. 'Y'-' •' • Miss Leone CalllcoU ivas' called to Union city, Tenn., today because of the the critical Illness of dec aunt. v.'ho is in the hospital there. jMvs.-M. A..toars and Mrs. Harry Kirby nrc In Memphis today. Mrs. H. A. Smith has returned fro:n LUltc Rock where she at- 1 tended a meeting of the State 1 Librarian association. Niis. Jamcs-B. .Oliirk, ipicsldent of the liliiott Flclcher i-lmpter of Hie' United D.iuglilers of the Coiifccl- ;rncy_ nucl state i'recordcr of crus- ;es, has returned -froiri Hoi Spring where ^;he 'attended the state meeting of (he U. D. C. She was accompanied (here by her houseguest, Mrs. Arthur L. Oliver, of yt. Louis. They were joined at Witlncr by Mrs. T. D. Rambo, state registrar nnd Mrs.- \V M Thorjj, O r Forrest City. En route home Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Oliver stepped at Little Rock for a meeting of the Arkansas Crippled Children's society of which Mrs. Clark 1= an outstanding leader. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Quigtcv ol Jackscn, Miss., nre spciullii"' Hie r.'cck-ciul with -Mr. nnd Mr-, j oe ilcstcr. They will also visit. Datives In Sikeston, Mo., belore re - airning home. Miss Margaret Campbell, of Pnrasoulrt, Is Iho fiiesc or i,-r cc-usm, Miss Alice Jane Ilcsu-r. It renuiiCii more than a ceni-ry lor a cedar tree to yro-,v i™ Enough to yield a 30-foot -elepUac Simple German Remedy For Stomach Trouble The simply Gerninn rwiiedy Ail icrikn. iciiclscs the UI'l'KH 'i; 0 , to i washliiB out iwisons whlrli cmsn stomach trctibJe. One titj.- ^,,, K g.is bloatii'i;. city Urn- -j'.on;. W " 0 -AtJv. Doctors Give Creosote For Dangerous Couglis For roan)' yc-ais our licsl doctors liavo prcscrilitcl ctw.'5«.i|o. in 5M;io (oim tot coughs, colds anil liruncliiii?, knowinj l:an-il.inecr«us it is In let thorn liani; l>n. ' Crfuiituhiun wilh rrrn»iii; anil sijc c-ll.iT liiflily ini|»rl.lnl imnliciinl <-lo In the B, Russell r.irly. )!cTc. : which'.is the ir-n much frivolity u>l '"° ,'"« ... _ , Your own drupgix guar.inleca Crco- ratilsion by rcfundinR your money if you arc not relieved .ifler laling Creo.-nul- sion i cs direoletl, Rebate 'iie cou.ch or hanes on. ,\(»-Sys ktep Creo. " - • P < " as the oukaa on band forin'SMJlus*, («dv.) Tin Popular ,\ L .iv "Swirl" PKRMAXBNT I'nlh- Guaranteed KLAIMK UKAtlTY S1IOI I'llDIIC ii Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10e Q(. Delivered I'hnne 7-1 15c (Jt. Co lo Church Sunday KITCHEN UV SISTEK MARX NKA Service Writer Po[i'.il«r and delectable as they ntc, iiiiipjacks aro not a suitable (Inuy food lor the person of sedentary Imulls. With this lu mind, many mothers like to serve them as an occasional (real. Since Hie Ingredients for making srldellc cakes are alsvnys at hand, they' make an excellent emergency dish for a simple and satisfying luncheon or supper. Some of the varieties of giiddle cakes which \ve have borrowed ft 0111 European countries are substantial enough for main dishes. The addition of meat or vegetables clmnyc.s them from a bread substitute to a hearty concoction to serve with, gravy. \ The English method of servin" plain wheat cakes adds interest to a company breakfast or Sunday evening supper. The cakes are baked as large as a supper plate and arc spread as they are baked with butter and jelly, or sugar and marmalade, and are piled one above the; other. They must bo kept warm until all are baked. Cut In wedge-shaped pieces, pie fashion, to serve. French pancakes arc'spread wilh butter and jelly creamed together and rolled quickly like a jelly roll. Eacli roll is dredged wilh powoVr- cd sugar. The finishing touch is acled by scoring the sugar by burning with a red hot poker. The poker, of course, was previously cleaned carefully. The cakes are quite as good without this last procedure, but they look* quite intriguing and unusual. Potato Gridflle Cakes Two cups grated raw potato, 2 cjgs, 2^-3 cup Hour, l teaspoon salt, 1 leaspoon baking powder, 4 tablespoons milk, f Pare potatoes tiiid let .stand ,in 'cold water for, several hours. Drain Grated potato.. Mix-and sift Hour, and-grate. Beat eggs wi?ll .inrl ndd salt and .baking powder and add to first mixture.' Beat well and add milk gradually. D'rop from tip. of beating spoon onto well greased! COOKI& JARS By HELEN WELSHIMER now when it >s five o'clock I always go to tea, Some flowered, canofetighted place; Where someone's meeting me. ' "• DDT every now and then I wish: ,, ^ I still were eight or ten, And tea time meant a pantry shelf And cookie jar again; A table's edge where f might sit ** With sweet miik in a cup, And watch blue dustc blow down the street, And eat the cookies up; AND dream some very secret dreams, And wish on early stars— 1 pity children who don't know The lure of cookie jars! CUijiyriRlil. l«ni. I,y xtA Scivirc. lee. A|l rtpcim wd song rij.-.ls t£s*n<4.) erlddle. Rake until brown, first on one side and then on the other. Serve hot. Bread crumb griddle cakes use stale bread crumbs to advantage. Bread Crumb Griddle Cakes One and one-half cups fine stale bread crumbs, 2 cups hot milk, 2 tablespoons butter, 2 eggs, 1-2 cup flour, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 3 1-2 teaspoons baking powder. Combine crumbs and milk and heat until smooth. Mix and sift flour, salt and baking powder nnd add with remaining ingredients. Bake on a hot griddle and serve hot. * • * Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Iced tomato juice, cereal, cream, poached eggs with milk lo-jEt, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON: Cream of celery soup, toasted crackers, radishes, bread crumb pancakes, brown sugar syrup, sweet cider. DINNER: Braised beef, baked squash, cabbage and celery salad, grape juice sponge, milk, coffee. Hospital Notes Admitted to the Blytheville hospital: lx>ra D. While, city; E. U. Mercalf, Dell. Dismissed: Miss Etha Stewart, Steclc, Mo., and Ninne- vah Hughes jr., city. Social Worker Prepares A "Depression Layette" CHICAGO (UP)—A "depression layette," costing $3.61, has been prepared by-Sarah Ann Shannon, medical social worker in the prenatal clinic in the Northwestern University Medilal School, for the information of the patients in the clinic. Here is the layette and cost: 4 cotton flannel dresses^ .60 2 cotton and wool shirts .50 12 diaiwrs 69 2 bottles "for water "I..'.."".10 ~ C nipples 15 1 clothes basket for the baby to sleep in ... .93 Outside coat and blanket .59 Total J3.61 It Is assumed, Miss Shannon said, that the mothers can sew and will make the four cotton flannel dresses and two cotton and wool shirts themselves, after buying the material. CHICAGO. (UP)—Attorney Nicholas J. Pritsker can' point to threa chips off the o!d block, should he desire, for his three sons have followed him into the profession of law. Abram, Jack and Harry have qualified to appear before the ' Supreme Court o; the Unite States. The rather i lias-sponsored. each son. BAKING POWDER SAME PRICE -t&*la.if' AS 42 YEARS AGO f ™1 25 ounces for25? ECONOMICAL and EFFICIENT U» only haK as much at It required of same others MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT No other PENNY buys so much as the penny spent for ELECTRICITY --°^'- .•-—" Electricity runs a Fan two and a half hours (or the price of a stick of Chewing Gum ... Electricity will wash three meals' dishes at the cost of a single Pen Point... Electricity ^or one hour's Radio Program costs less than a Stick of Candy ... ELECTRICITY IS THE CHEAPEST THING YOU BUY Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. CONSTANTLY RENDERING COURTEOUS SERVICE

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