The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1937 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 4, 1937
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(AUK.)' COOMBS' mm Social Calendar .FRIDAY'S EVENTS , Democratic ''Women's club meeting fit Hotel Noble, 9 30 a m .Golden Rule Sunday School class, First Christian church, having bingo party,,7:30 pjn., at home of Mr. and Mi's. W. H. Stovall. ill's. Sallle Hiibler nml Mrs. I •Armstrong entertaining Ladles Bl- b!c"cla5s, First Methodist church, :1:30 P. M., al hoinc of Mrs. Hub Jer, -x Mr and Mis George M. Lee htiv 1 ' Ing "Opsiv House" a(. Woman's club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children of Confedernc/ having luncheon meeting at home of Martha .'Ware Bobbins, of Steel?,; 12:30 p.m.' For Si. Patrick's Party El 10 LOU H.tlllilMS- x Weds Leonard Johnson Mr. '•ah.dV.Mrs. O. N. 'Hawkins have announced the marriage of (heir daughter, Evle Lou, to Leonard \V. Johnson, son of Mrs. J. H. ~ . -Johnson and the late Mr. John- con The wed ding was solemnized January CaruthmvUlc with the Rev. Wayne W. Gray, pastor of the First Picsbj tei Ian chinch, performing the ring sen Ice. The bride wore, n frock of green wool ciepe trimmed in jjiccn braid stitching and hei accessories wcic In grey She woie a corsage of ' Talisman loses and valley lilies. lloth the bilde nnd biidt'gioom •"' are graduates of u thc city high school Mis Joliufon's family lias long resided here nnd the bade look an actl\e pnil in musical i .activities of the. high school Mi. Johnson Is now employed in Detroit ttheie Mrs. Johnson will Join him latei. * • * ""Dclphians Have Study i In continuing tha program inn|)- ;ned out by the Atlantic 'Monthly, _^_j members of the Delphian sccioty learned more of the aveiago citizen's viewpoint as to politics and T cilizenshi|] In a meeting Wednesday at the Hotel Noble. Mrs liiley B Jones discussed the nilicle "Ml Pennyfeathci indulges In Platitudes" by Donald Moffitt, and Mis Ellon W.- Klrby and Afis Sttiait H Salmon told of the average cltlren's Ideas on politics nnd citizenship, as ic- coimted by ^rr. Moffilt. Siidbury P.-T. A. Has, a iVIcclmf v , ' . i ' " ' Mlsi Aliiia Peleis' ico'm \\on-tln} dollai attendance pruo at tl\o meeting of the Sudbiuy Pment- Teacher Association Wednesday afternoon, at the school. ' Th3 piogram given Included three songs by the glee club, im, der the direction of Miss Petere, ' the reading of the piesidcnt's message by Mrs. Hnivcy Morris, and a dance "Viigmia Reel" by students of Mrs John R \Veb- stei's room Mrs. w. M. Williams, president, • announced these committee chairmen. Mis O. J Rogers, snmmei i round up; Mn E P Fry, charae- tei education; Mis w. Leon , Smith, legislation. Mis pajmond Smith. Mrs J. A Sallba, Mrs Lucile Arnis|rong . Quellmalz, Miss Mary Hublcr and Mre Jack Marsl' were named a mittee: > ' nominating com- It v,,is planned to ha\e a home talcn piny sometime In Mnich. * * * Stewards Io; Meet Stewards of ttie Firet Methodist church " will hate nn importanl meeting tonight, 7:30 o'clock it has been announced by the Rev Ljiui Wade, pastor, who is Bits of News Mostly Personal ' U: T. Behnee was callecrlo Joncs- boi'o because of the death of his THURSDAY, MAucir .(, / Cariithersviile . Society — Persona! Gleaners JIave Class Meeting Mrs. Dick Jackson, Mrs, J, E. Green and Mrs. Virgil Davis entertained the Gleaners Sunday sctaH class o' the First Baptist j church Monday evening at the home of MLS, Jackson, There were 20 members present. Alts. Cook Entertains Club . Mrs. Jess; Cook entertained the uncle, Jiiissi'l] Thornton, anil his. 1 Jolly Nine Bridge Club and ati Brand fat liar, Henry c. Thornton. | extra guest.. Miss Marie Stanek, Mrs. Bernard- dpooli was j Monday evening sit her homo on and Misses Nannie and Pauline GniTclt, ' • Cant. J .M. Cannon and son, Joe Jr., are in Hot Springs, Ark., iWiere Jos is tills week undergo- Ing a physical examination, preparatory to his appointment to the U. S. Military Academy-at West Point. brought home; yesterday from the Memphis Methodist hospital, where she underwent a major operation. She will not be able to have company Tor several days. Graver Ashley,- who has been ill some time, went to 'Memphis vesler.-Jay, where lie had lib cast removed, mid Is jiow'-inuch Improved, physicians told '.'him. Mrs. Jlmnile Smotltcrman was In Memphis yesterday . with her mother, - Mrs'; ' ' fnnl Mrs been Mrs, CrlneiyW' in-' io';!>iji^at'vyic - , f&iii.'A'Thoni^ v ,,w)io, . has $,. SWm1!li!sf»i{Ji'l-)U^(Jousln, Good Luck Cookies for St. r.ltrlek'_s,I)iiy .(fustcd licrmHs .with glim drop shamiorks) .mil Good Luck Horseshoes made of macaroons— no wciidcr ilic colleen lii liei- green paper bonnet and iicr licrlh- boned escort \villi Ills golden siminrocU, regard the green plulc ivilli hearty approval. By MRS. GAYyoil MADDOX Spring antl Si. I'af rick's Diy— they conic In Imiid and hand. Fresh ;rems nnrt golrfcn harps, dcHcnte 'oods und;'strong devotion to old irln, tiieso things combine. fortunately Into a time for celebration and most of the world goes to sonic soit of St Patrlck'5'.Day parly. Foi, 1113 bridge-playing section of 1m- nnnlty, thsre's nothing (jultc so np- pioprlatc as a Snilng Luncheon «l>eie little shamrocks and gay col- con-; give the, (able Its proper note. For a grceii and white, luncheon, you'll rma this menu fresh and tender, delicate nnd seasonal and very simple to prepare. Begin with such a howl of spring salad as.will canso the heart to dance with delight. Follow with a second course of broiled >oimg clilcken, ne« potatoes^ In p-usley ami buttei, tiny JfiMiig pander biscuits and soiir best mini jelly. The third course brings In fresh asparagus, hoi, with a smooth, golden Hollandalse sauce, Dessert in Holiday Spiril And then the dessert—remember, H too, must be as light in splrll us a.young lamb that gambols over tlio green hillside. Use sections of frcsli pineapple, cut lengthwise In eighths, rolled in powdered sugar nnd served on green glass plates. With the pineapple serve special Patrick's Day confections such ns Lucky Shamrocks and Mncaroon Hoiscsho-s Then small cups of thin chinn and as •, fragile as-the teacher, Mrs. Charles S. BaggoU, Wednesday night! to organize their group. They chose these officers: Batty Mae' Adnms, president; Jackis Cumberland, vice president.; Jnckie McGhee, secretary; Allcne Brad- shaiv, treasurer, "Truth Seekers" was selected for the name and the nlm will be "to study the Bible every day and to obey its teachings." Powder blue, gold nnd white wilt be their colors, t • * Given Shower. N Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ford, whose home was recently destroyed by fire, were given a surprise shower Wednesday aflcriioan by the women of the First Church of the Nazarcne. Twelve women took gifts and after these were opened, refreshments \vcrc served by Mrs Essie Davis and. Mrs. Virgil Greens' Guests at Club Mrs. Marvin Robinson, Mrs, W D. Chamblin and Mm. L. E. Old were guests of Mrs, W. J. Wun- dcrlich when she had (he Wednesday Bridge club for Us usual weekly luncheon and bridge game. She used jonquils to - decorate the small luncheon tables. „-., i In " 1C car d games Mrs Harry Trie ten-jear-oU girls of the First | Klrby was high and Mrs Robln- church met with their' Eon. second high. breath of dawn, will) coffee as clear as the spring beneath tlio rock. Such IN the mood of the first week of spring, the time when all loyal sons of Erij; celebrate, the birthday o[ their great pnlrpn saint. Spring Salad—riib the bowl lightly with garlic and chill. Toss In fresh crisp waliirercss, pieces of es- carolle, shavings of celery, a few new radishes cut into wafer slices, a scraped scallion, and l teaspoon chopped .parelcy. Use t-his French dressing: 1-4 teaspoon salt, 1-8 teaspoon pepper, 1-4 teaspoon finely choppy parsley, 1-3 tcasoon dry mustard, 2.tablespoons,vinegar, 1-2 tablespoon lemon juice, 8 tablespoons olive oil. place th2 dry in- smllents in jar., Add 1 n iittls vinegar and stir. Then add oil and stir, then, the lemon •juice and remaining vinegar. Stir well, add a slice of onion or n tiny pleceio'f garlic: i before serving. A little sugar s sometimes used. That's a matter of tuste. • I.ucky Shumrouk •''..'. (24 ..pieces) One-half cup .peanut biltlcr, i l-3-c'ii|)s sweetened condensed milk, 1-4. teaspoon, 1 cup graham cracker crumbs,- •••-• Hlend:lbc po'miul butter ntid condensed milk, thoroughly. Add salt and omckcr. cniiiibs. Mix well. Butter baking sheet. Drop mixture by spoonfuls to sheet; Bake in moderately hot oven (315 degrees F.) for 15 minutes::' Remove from pan (it once and cool. Frost and decorate with shamrocks made from crystal clear green gum drops. MiU'aroDn Horseshoes (2'i pieces) Two cups, shredded coconut, 1-2 nip sweetened condensed miik, 1 teaspoon .vanilla extract. .-.Mix'shredded cocoamit and c,... denscd -milk. Add vanilla. Shape oven (350 degrees F.) 10 minutes or until delicately brown. Remov from; biking shc3t at once. . .... . I S 9,6och, at the Metli-' ))ain^tji;!,r>'icturned home yes- Mrs, c-^k Crlgee'i-, her "son/ J. r. Phillips, "and Mrs. ChtivlesCrig- gcr jr., were in Memphis j'ester- ay. ;. : ,: .- -...-••. Mrs. Farnsworth Blnck Is S|)cnd- »1! ft few days in Ciipe Ghiirdeau 5 guest of her sister, Mrs. W. M. ~obinson, and Mr. Robinson. Mr,'nnd Airs. J. A:" Leech have s their guest, Mrs. Leach's aimt, Irs. Lawrence Albritton, of Pa- ucah, Ky. Tliey motored up lor J. M. Katz, of Memphis, altend- d to business here yesterday. Palsy EliUi 'Allen, 'daughter of U'. and Mrs. Charles- Allen, is ill t liar home on Davis avenue.' Mrs, Marvin .Nunn H urging a full attendance. * * * Son Born , A son was bom to Mr. and Mrs, C, A. Efccarro, of Knoxville, Tcnn. Saturday, Fcb 27. Tliu baby weighs seien and a half pounds Mrs Escarre was formerly Miss Chffie Heath, of heie. ' — * * * : . • , To Compliment Guest. Mr and, Mrs George M. Lee will haye "open house" at the Woman's club Friday night, from '8:30 until 12 o'clock, in compliment to 'their • mace, Mibs Lucib -"Wilkinson, of Dallas, Texas, \vho is their houseguest » • a Clacs Oriranhcs. Burglars Prefer Postofricc CHINOOK, Ore. (UP)—Isan Kmittsen's postomce store here i n veritable happy hunting grounc for conscientious prowlers. Knud sen's store . was burglarized flv times in the last two years. Now Open For Business in Our / New Location \Vc hme complclctl moving to Our new location at 112 West Main Sfrccl, hvo doors ivcsfsof the Roxy Theatre, and we are again prepared io . serve you wilh a complete stock of SEW AND OSES "" / * ( ; Wade Furniture Co. Specials All Day Saturday Friday, Sunday 19 C 10 C 17 C FRKSH LEJION LAYEH. Ka .... i'UCAN URKAI) l.oaf .......... .HRIDGI? STICKS 1)07. ............. •'CnOC. CREAM ROLL. Ea ....... Lge. OATMEAL COOKIES. Dew. . . PECAN ROLLS Do/. ....... ..... Specials for IJulcreg Hour - 5 to G r. M. 10 C 12° returns:! •cm Memphis last night where she as been with her'son, Marvin jr., i J^uesbsro, !ie'"Arlsslon- ho underwent nn emergency op- ration for appen'dlcitls. He is now ohig very well. • • The ncv. and Mrs, H. Lynn Wa:Is eturned Tuesday from j, here tliey attended the ' ry fist-Up" meeting for Mctho- 1st churches. TJiey were accom- anit-j there by their daughter. Mrs nines Thomas, who returned bom- fter a brief stay here. ; .' Mrs. c. A. Cunningham has gone o Hot Springs, where she will spend everal weeks with Mr.• .Cumriii*- am, who is 111-at the-Army and \ T avy ItoEpltal. •./,;;• j R. H. Barber,, ivhoiwg's' formerly East Ninth Street. The club prize,, hosiery, was presented to Mrs. H. W. Green. Miss Swan Nayloi 1 , having second high score, was presciiled a double-deck or cards. . • ' * • * Club i:nlcrlaincd , The. members of. the Saturday afternoon contract bridge club were entertained last, Saturday aflcn)9mi by, Mrs. Lowell. .Poster 0™ the alt^iopn,. '•''. The club prize \va>; ] to omiccted with Phillips ; Motor Co., Nichols. t-. niythcvllle, -has moved to Mr. ami Mrs.' \y.{ -jfJ.- 1 Poster 'iiiid- tile' guest urtzi Vent to Mrp, Bc-hujt,V, l! Tho bridge prize was presented" to 'Miss Marion "Musgrav'e. F.nlcrtains Lucky Nines ; •Miss JeVi'Cl Williams was hostess Io the Lucky Nine Bridge club Monday evening nt Uie , hume of her 'sister, Mis. Tom X M arkey, on East Eighth Street. • '. . • s High score was held by Miss Bethel Mallourc. Mrs. Harold Popham received (he consolation prize. . • * v * Miss Kathleen I^ic)iols, who is attending the University of Mls- (Miirt at Columbia, spent tho post week. end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Nichols, at Micola. She was called home to attend the funeral of. her aunt- MI* Carrie Nichols. Mr. and Mrs'. Uoy J.^chols of Holly, Mich., spent several days hsre the first part of this week, having been' called here by the death of Mr. Nichols 1 , mother, Mrs. Carrie Nichols;-. Mr. and Mis. Cecil Hudspclh and Mrs. Wayne U Inter arc spending this wsck attending the, races at Hot Springs, Chris Mehrlc has been confmcd to liis home this week By illness. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Far-low of Memphis spent Sunday in Micola visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Parkev Nichols. They drove down to attend the funeral of Mrs. Carrie -cachville to be employed by tl 'icirrr \r~l " ^. ^ J Motor" Co. ul Mrs. John Oarrett of Memphis spent Sunday here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edwin'Huffman, PECAN PtES ,«a. . DONUTS Vm CHOC. BARS 12' iMNEAl'l'LK ROLLS. DOE. .. I'AKKKKHOUSE ROLLS. !)<». .... Headquarters For Good Meats 20(i W. iUiiin Plume 1C 1 \YeDuliver Osceola Society — Personal; >;tthday Party Mrs. George H. Deer entcrlaln- od 27 small children at her home ycslciday afternoon in honor of the sixth birthday of her son, George H. Jr. She was assisted oy !u>r mother, Airs. A. F. Lamb, who was observing her ccvenly- skth birthday. The lace-draped dining table held the birthday cake with six candles and ail Easter centerpiece of rabbits ant! uhic'Kcns. Mrs. Eugene Packard, Mrs, Al- dcn Baker anil Mrs. Steve Ralph icd the group in e.'imc.s and con- costs. Gaily colored balloon's and Buter rabbits were presented as favore. Those present were Charlie Nick Rose, Andy Yotmg, Dick 'Fletcher, Spell Packard. Billic Jop Carlisle, frank flaihum, jr., Steve Ralph, Jr.,. Ben Dean Hatcher, Nancy Bun-, Blllie Sue Anderson, Tiddly Eurch, Ann White, Evelyn Rheu- .'h, Martha Jane IJiinn, Peggy Lou Grigsby, Joan Baker, Jean Tompktas, Je-in Counts, Peggy Ann Douglas, Joan Laney, Mary B. Sumners, Mary Sue Young, Svelyn Jean I'igg, Mary Ami Cart- ,vrii,ht,' Ajnry Jean Packard, and Setty Nell Bobbins, Dr. and Mrs. Roy Crewsom formerly of Pittsburgh, Pa,, have moved to Oscjola and are at liome at the Mrs. O. T. Goswicli apartment. Mrs. Crewsom' was .'eared In Osccoia and Is the daughter of the late F. B. Hale. Little Edward Walker has re- :utncu! from the John Gaston lospital In Memphis where he has n a p.-.tient the past (luce weeks following an accident in which his .shoulder was .crushed. Ihduyh able to to up he is yet n "si cast and will return nt intervals lev treatment and observation. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFr von SALE GOOD ALFALFA HAY, reasonably priced. Mrs. B, L. Turner, Csceola, Ark. 4-p-k-8 COTTONSEED!!! CHOICE DPL No. 11 COTTON SE.1SD carefully saved for our own use. BARGAIN. Electric Gin Co. LUXORA, AliK, Certificate good for $50,00 Credit on Farmall Tractor. Don't need' it nnd will sell at big loss, [ Thomas Land 'Co. 4 C k8 B'riai Brith to M?v.. A meeting- of the B'NaT £ chanter has been called for ton 8 o'clock, by Ita Miller, presh The meeting will. be held at Tcmnlj Israel. . • "BEHN'AT" KNITTIN'G VAB FREE UXSTRUCTIONS Neiv spring im~d summer yar Ijatest Styles , Classes, Friday,-2:30 P. M MRS., LESLIE HOOPER 1100 Chiekasawba" Phone LOST Red and black spotted HOG weighing from 125 to 156 Ibs REWARD. A. C. Duclos. Rechlin farm near Oosneli. 4-p-k-C . According to estimates, nearly i,- 5CO.OM persons In England suller from insomnia. Tlic whito nut of tropical countries produces more t'han SGOOO ejss a day cliiring its hatching sea- ion. s C'/IKD OF THANKS We wish Io thank ouv many friends and neighbors for their :mdness during our hours of sorrow when we lost our husband •>nd father. Especially rto we thank the Rev. Mr. Varner for his kind words of condolence. Mrs. !• FL Bevill and children. :F K, C. SPARE HIS Fresh ami Good K. C. J.oin or Konnd LI). 35^ IMl'KOVE VOUK PROPERTY NOW We'll help you secure a FHA loan. W:iH Paper Paints - Varnishes Auto & Window Plate Glass BLYTHEVILLE PAINT ami WAI,r,I>APER CO. Glciicoe Bid.?. I'lione 8SO BRAND NEW, 19,V MODEf. j KASY ' ' TERMS Lislea io Europe, Souti America-airplanes and .pc lice cars. Enjoy excell'eh FBceplion from a smarlly de signed, subslanJial cabih'e -not a "box". Modish Edge; lighted Dial. Aulomalic To"nf . , Compsnsalion. A price mai^ R vel! ' HARDAWAiftH C( PHONR 233 FOR FIT AND FASHION SHORTBACK FOOT SAVER Skuffi Now-Doubly Smart Because . . . they FIT PERFECTLY Their exclusive Sliovtback Last brings youi shoes that snuggle to your heel yet comfort your toes - . . and you'll iove the new Footsaver styles . T 1 / ''F'f i lie Havana: HULK GARDEN S.KK1), PLANTS. SETS and SEED POTATOES Ginger Brown Bucko trimmed in brown calf and brown calf covered heel. Emokie Grey Biicto trimmed in Ncgrada Rum Calf with calf covered heel. Untinctl vamp, punched through. The Nassau: Gram! with town twetds or active and spectator clothes and shown . In colors of: • NAVY g GREY • BROWN % WHITE <i JUDGE FOR YOURSELF! Make this " Uul.iccd 1'csl" of [',>ot .Savers' )>cr- frcl fit. Take .1 dozen slcps willl tlio laces (l.lhgling. Sec how smigly they fit trfn tfiniigfi wlawl. 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