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BLYTHEVILLE. (ABK.Y COUBIEK NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1932 SodciyCalcndat V it S. of J-lrsl Methodist church meeting at church at 2:30 F U 3 p. in, High P. T. A. meeting nl Thursday Mrt Ji. A. Smith laving Mld- W«ek Bridge club.. W<wn of the Church of Christ jne*tinr witli Mrs. E. M. Hunman. Executivo board of Langc I'. T. A. mating at 3:30 p.m. P. D. C. meeting with Mrs. J, D. Barksdale. •• . Ftttajr American Legion Auxiliary meeting with Mrs. Neill Reed with Mrs. R. P. PacMlson also hostess. ship is made up of members from In a friendship game now being Arkansas, Illinois *rid Missouri. played, At llial time tlieir Identity At the close of tlic business scs-' will be disclosed. siou thc hos'.es served ciilll, lea and cakes. Thc next meeting will bs held at Lepanto with Miss psther Blndur- Delpbius Have Study or Greeks Mrs, George W. Dlllahunty ,wns : leader of the list Delphian meeting Wednesday at the Hotel Noble . when the .study of Greek Romances were taken up. She opened the program with a .^riet talk In which ,she gave Jacfs concerning the literature as » foundation for tlw Greek, ro- mancee. Mrs. T. E. Talc spoke on "OrKk Romance and Its Cliarac- -teristics" in which she brought out the ristorlcal facts in romance. Mrs. W. Marlon •Williams, In taking up the romance "Aethloplca" told of the plot, styte, local color • and reflections of the age. » « * Metbcifei Wwnem B*thi Three Days of Prayer • Three ,days sst. aside for special prayers for home and foreign missions »re occupying the attention of members of th c woman's missionary society,in the First Mslh- cdist church this week. These were begun yesterday when 28 woin;n •spent iha day at the church ,in a "prayer retreat." yor the morning program Mrs. E.; ,D. Fcrguron was leader and sky as Christian Cliurrh W. M. S. Has Meeting. Mrc» W. H. Stovall and Mrs. J. A. Chapln entertained the Woman's Missionary society of the First, Christian church Monday after nocn at the Stovall lionie. In the business session Mrs. E. K. Latlmcr presided. I'lnns were made for attending tlic one day convention at IMragould, November 18, and for th; Woman's Day service hers the first Sunday In Dece inter. Mrs. Edllh McCcol led the devotional on "I Am tils Way." With "Jesus Rede" as tlic program IScme Mrs. Liillmer spoke on "My Neighbor, the Indian." Mrs. J. Cecil LD-.VC gave r. monologue, "A Day in Boarding School." Tils usca the Thanksgiving mottr in llic serving ol refreshments lo Ihe members and three guests present. « * « Baptist Women Meet a( Church The lives mid .work of missionaries were studied by members of Ihe woman's missionary union of thc First Baptist chinch in a meeting Monday afternoon at thc church. Mrs. Alvin Huffman was lender of the themo "Hands Across the Sea." For thc devotional Mrs : J. W. Bishop, us louder, rend from Luke 5;4 wllh this comment for thc discussion "Launch Out Into tlie Deep nnd Let Down Your Nets." Mrs. W. M. Crow offered prayer. Mrs. T. E. King told of thc life of Eva Smith, missionary to Cuba, Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer took up the The hostesses served a fruit, salad wllh cheese crackers iuiJ coffee. • • » Executive Board Plans Week of I'raycr Tl'u executive board of the woman's auxiliary in the .First Prcs- bylcrlan churcli. at a meeting yesterday at tlic church, made plans for a week of.prayer and self denial iwxt week. I'raycr services will be held e;icli afternoon in homes o[ different, part.-; of the city and on Hie following Monday there will lie an nil day meeting of tlie auxiliary, ,at the church, when thc book "The Red Man's Trial, will be reviewed. This is telng read by all circles of the auxiliary. Plans were iiLso for a box to be sent 11)0 orphanage and for a home mission program. Jewish Aid Mcels Mrs. Sam Joseph and Mrs. C, E. Coulter cntorlnlncd the Jcwlsl Played the awards won by the u D. c. and individuals who enlerl cd thc contest. It was announced that this groim gave eight tooks, through the u 13. C. chapter to tlic city library Tlic next month's meeling will bo a theatre party with Mrs. a s Barnes, director, as hostess ' ' Refreshments were served In -i brief social hour Bits oj Neics Mostly Personal Miss Willie A. Lawson, county superintendent. Mrs. N. B Men aid, summer round up chairman of.thc state Parnet-Teacher association, Miss Rosa M. Hardy, principal of the senior high school and Mrs. T. E. Ttite, former .president, of the county council of P. T. A.'s arc in Little Rock for Hie state P. T. A. meeting. They „. „„ , „ J vl " loturn Thursday night. Miss Aid Society Wednesday evening at! Liiwson ts to speak at a luncheon tlic Joseph home. Included in the , »'feUug Wednesday on "Kccplnu C.- E. Coulter siwnt .yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Moss and Woodson Moss are In St. Louis for u few days. Harmon Gray, of Wilson who Is attending Arkansas A. and M ul Jonesboro, was in tlic city Saturday night,. Miss Christine McQaughey has as Tier guests Sunday Hurry Carter, of Helena, and Miss Callic Mc- Guujjlicy, of Hot Springs. Mrs. McGaughey and daughter, Miss Cora Belle, returned with Miss McGaiiijIicy to .Hot Springs for a week's stay. Mr. and Mrs. KlICHEfci 30 present were,Mrs. L. Lcvlne and Mrs. Oliver Losuc. of St. Louis. Refreshments were served atler the business session. • * 9 * T. K. I,, Class Has A -Business Mcrttng In. the afternoon Mrs. A C. Haley man conducted the program. A lunch was- seivcd, cafeteria style, at work of Mr. r.r.t; Mrs. Z. Zimmcr- in Argentine, Mrs. E. E. Alexander discussed Edith Allen noon, Ayors In Brazil, nnd Mrs Will,nog- tenders were: Miss Winifred Goodrtch who gav c a, <">" «">"*• «• "the Life Of Esther Case", Mrs. Harry Ktrby who discussed the Ewha school • in Korea. Mrs. J. Yfllsori Henry who told of .the -McDonald French mission in Houma,-La!, .and Miss Carolyn Haley who! sang a,prayer hymn. The regular monthly business meeting was held during the noon hour. Mrs. J. E. Critz, president, .was .In charge. During thc social hour T. Wert. Sam Manatl, J. T. Collins, E. W. .Simmons nnd Herman Wnlpolc served pumpkin pie topped with whipped cream and coffee. ^ * * • Claw Meets The Beta Chi Sunday school class, of the 'First Presbyterian church was'entertained by Mlssc; Mary Outlaw, president.;, and Miss The T. E. L. Sunday school class of.the First Baptist church had a business meeting last evening at the church when nine attended. Mrs. K. L. McKnight conducted thc devotional, taken from thc 118 Psalm, and Mrs. T. F. Williams and Mrs. Charles Newcomb offered prayer. Mrs. C. F. Tucker, recently elected president, was in charge of thp business session. Junior High 1'. T. ,\. Announces ITogram. At thc meeting of tlie junior high school Parent-Tcaclier association meeting tomorrow afternoon Mrs. H. A. Smith, librarian, will speak on "Books Suitable lor Junior High Students." There will alss be special music. Students of Miss Monln HuglKs' room will serve refreshments. * * + Children of Iho , Confederacy Meet. Miss Jane Branson enlortaine: tlifc local chapter oi the Ohildren.ot the Confederacy Saturday nfter- Faitli with Youth" :uul Mrs. Menard is to lead a conference on the summer round up work. Mrs. James B. .Clark was in Mom phis yesterday. Mrs. Ed Anderson, who lias been ill three weeks, is now much bet•ter. W. T. Barnett spent Sunday in Jonesboro. Mrs. H. O. Malln, of Memphis, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Joa?- phlne Harris. . Mrs. O. W. Coppcdgc spent Ihe weekend in Caruthersville with her stsler, Mrs. Jcc.Walson. Mrs. M. T. Moon has returned from Suniiuerfisld, N. C., w£SVJ slw spent two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Billy Coolay, and the Rev. Mr. Cooley. While there they silent part of ttfl time at Durham where Mr. Coaley Is a student at Duke University. BY SISTKR MAUY SEA Service Writer Reports made by nutrition cx- jeils during the last fnv months [)lacc new emphasis on the importance cf iron In the diet. It seems that children require more milk, eggs and tho more expensive vegetables, then whole grains and dried, 'Iron-rich fruits and legumes should be used extensively to keep Ihe Iron content in the dietary high. Mlllc, although rather low m .iron, has a unique position in thc Iron foods. Thc amount it does contain is of peculiarly great value and thc presence of so much lime lias a notably beneficial effect on tlie body's use of iron. Canned vegetables and fruits arc as efficient as fresh ones as far 'a their iron content is concerned, since heat has no effect on mineral matter. Hie water cf juice should always be used. In the case wtiiia mill, ciimireu itiiui.u .w- . Iron than was formerly estimated! of vegetables, reheat them la the and that the amount supplied by common feeds may be less tlian has been ordinarily calculated. While iron is found in a variety of foods, many of the staple, co:n- niciily used • dishes contain little or no iron, their value as food lying , In other directions. Many of Ihe foods generally known to be rich in iron are expensive and even when economy is not necessary a constant repetition becomes monotonous and the foods grow unpopular. A simple way to determine tlie proper selection of a diet adequate In iron Is to iii'niii'jc tlie iron-bearing fcods in classes—vcg- elabies, grains, fruits ami iiiciils. Among thc vegetables, of course there's spinach. But jwtatoes arc surprisingly good, dried beans and peas are rich"- sources, cabbage— particularly raw—is ah excellent i iron food, and any vegetable which Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Lewis, dau-'is green .or yellow furnishes the water and either let it cook away or use it in the sauce. Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST—Baked pears, cereal cooked with raisins, cream, soft ccoked eggs, crisp whole whca 1 toast, milk, coilce. LUNCHEON —Creamed Spnm'sl onions with croutons, head let luce with French dressing, molas ECS pudding, milk, tea/ DINNER—Casserole of liver am vegetables, jellied cabbage am aspper salad, doughnuts and cider nilk. Hraggadocio i •• • L lorracr " cl P lt - ing officer for thc army who stationed here and now of Fort Leavenworlh, Kan., Is the guest of Miss Margaret Ledbetler. The Rev., and Mis. P. Q. .Rbfie nr; c.xnectod to return today from Fort Smith where they attended conference of the Methodist church. The Rev. Mr. Rorie was returned to the" First Methodist church. Other mSttegs are being held J«"» Calllcolt, tat evening for Sd ton-Sir aitrenoons at «!" regular business _ meeting of ton-ir aitrenoons 2:» o'clock. the month. It was held at the home of Mrs.-H.'R.' Brandon. Jltttor Hufesvh Has; Mtelinc Krre. The second year of the A. I. M. Junior Hadassah began Sunday wiln a meeting in thi.5 city at the home of Misses Pauline, Sari and Mildred Lang. New members enrolled were/ Miises Naomi Fel.nberg, Blythcvillc. Evelyn Grossman, Newport, Rebecca Nichols. Osceola, and Rose Salomon, BlythcvtlJe. The'organization has been givsn Its quota for the year toward the support of the Children's Home in Palestine and for olhsr charitable projects sponsored by Hadassah ^ Individual groups are working out their own plans. This year the cultured side o! the Hadassah work is to be studied with Miss JEancUc Wa?n;r of Doxter Mo., as chairman. At oaeli meeting some outstanding Jewish book or play will be revived, oi some important event discus;£d Several of thc members are planning Jo attend th; national convention m Chicago rext January. Every state will be reprc'.onbu and it is planned for this group ic send a delegate. A letter from headquarters dis disclosed that this chapter ha a unique record in that its rr.em • bcrs often travel over 200 mi!3<> to attend a meeting, ns tho member- glitei'. Jcnell, and Miss Mary Curlis, motored to Memphis last Tuesday to attend to' business and !,shop. Mrs, Albert Brent returned with Iherh to visit her mother, Mrs. Tom" Lewis. Miss Mary Curtis returned to her homo in Carutliersvillc last Wednesday after visiting with Miss Jewell Lewis for several days. mineral in worth-while amounts. The color also, indicates a quality which ^nables the body to use the supply' of. iron to thc best, advantage. The whole grain cereals and breads are gcod iron sources. Whole wheat Is an especially rich source. Of the fruits, apricots, prunes. Missss' Lora Long and Ncrma I raisins, dates and figs ai 1 , noon. The 11 present heard ,rei)orts which told of $15 from the recent party to be given to tlie churcli building fund and of sunshine spread among active and home cl:- parlment members. Plans were m^ide for providing Thanksgiving basket for their adopted" family. Gifts of clolh- i! will also be given. . Instead of the December mcet- ng it 'was decided to have a Christinas party shortly before thc Yuletlde when Mrs. J. Ncal Gcsell and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris will b« hostesses nt the NorrLs home. At this time there .will be a Christmas tree with gifts for all members from their unknown lilends, .selected two months aso After singing the song "Arknn- F3S" Miss Martha Robbins, Ste?le. gave the story of David O, D»dd, the subject for the program. Mrs. James B. Olark, president of the U. D. C., which sponsors t!ie group, told of tire recent state inciting in Hot Springs nml dh- Bllly Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs, W. Marlon Williams, lias returned from Memphis where he underwent a tonsilectomy at Dr. Rosemond's clinic. His mother was with him. • Mrs. Roland Green and Mrs. I.oy Welch were In Memphis Monday. The Rev. and' Mrs. W. J. LcRoy are expected to return today from Foil Smith where they .attended conference. Thc Rev. Mr. LcRoy was returned to the Lake Street Methodist church. Mrs, T. H. Plemmons, of Charlotte, N. C., is expected to arrive Saturday for several weeks stay with her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Af-' flick, nnd family. J. H. Fisher attended to business In Memphis Monday. Mrs. John Long spent yesterday in Memphis on business. Mrs. S. 3. S;ern^erg and daughter, Miss Hulen Alice, and Mrs: Holt, who are attending Joncshoro A. and M. college, arrived home Friday afternoo'n to siiend thc week-end. They returned to JcncsUoro Sunday. Mrs. Tom Lewis and Mr. anrt Mrs. Chip Lewis drove Mrs. Albert Brent to Memphis Saturday. . Mrs. A. Y. Huckaba and family and Mrs. Ida White and daughter shopped in Caruthersville Saturday. Joe Bob and Earl M. Coppage, Willard Long and Bill Lemonri drove Misses Lorn Long and Norma iolt to Jcnesboro Sunday. cheapest and moil generally available sources. Thc small fruits blackberries, raspberries and bluc- bciries, have been found ia be gcotl sources, loo. Beef is the traditional iron food as are egg yolk and liver. Kidney brain and heart are now considered rich sources "Of the mineral an; are always inexpensive. - Oyster arc almost as high in the list o iron foods aa meat. If one of these classes Is ho used, special stress should placed on thc others. If economy prohibits the maximum amount'bi )are Devil Sues For injured Heat SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UF)-Andrew Wilbur, a dare-devil who risked his life many limes by performing langcrous feats in the movies ana tit fairs thrcugr.out tile country, appeared in Nfunicipal Court recently seeking $2,000 damages for sertous head ' ' ' claimed were heavy box toppled from a "truck -i). struck him on the head. Wilbur to!d the court that u« liked to iwrform death'-a-yi • stunts, but that he =iiF-r"<> --'••'' ous injuries when the box strick (orman Thomas' Name Omitted From Poll FREDONIA, N. Y. 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