The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 21, 1932
Page 2
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PAG?. TWO 21, Simplicily-With Elegance and Color SocitiyCalcndai Ttesdajr Young Artists club meeting w!lh Miss Kathryn Grear at, 7:30 P. M. •Junior High P. T. A. Bingo par- ly in Sudbury building next to Borum's Drug store. .Tuesday Contract club with Mrs. Floyd White. Young Matrons Bridge club with Mrs. Rtlcy B. Jones. Thursday Dance at Hotel Noble by Young Married club. FrWay Modern Prlscilla club with Miss Jane Branson? ' Miss Dawes to Be Spring Bride H>a Parly. I.-rs. W. J. Wunderlich was hostess to two tables of bridge Sat- 'urday evening. In the card gsmcs Mrs. Harry Kirby won the prize, an ash tray. A cheese salad, peach pickles and ceco coins were served after five progressions. Included in the guests was Mrs. Guy Jarrntt, of Vicksburg, Miss., who is visiting Kr. and Mrs. W. A. Black and Mr. and Mrs. Farns worth Black. To Have Party Tonight The Business and Professional Women's club will have its annual Thanksgiving party tonight at the Goff hotel. Mrs. Clarence Holder and Miss Ernestine Holland are to be hostesses. » • W * Sorority Members Visit hi JoDKbore. •Members ol the Rho Alpha chapter of the Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority were guests of the Jonesboro chapter Sunday for a luncheon and matinee parly. Th° local members, Mrs. Be mice Jones, Dr. Edna Nies, Miss Cora Lee Colemau, Miss Grace Lower} 1 , Miss Elizabeth Blythe, Miss Althea Edwards, MUs Ruby Ashley nnd . Miss Rose Hess, accompanied by - Miss Inez Gordon, secretary of the Nu chapter at Memphis, motored to Jonesboro yesterday morning. "'.' A turkey dinner was served at the Hotel Noble at a table laid for 24 . guests, including the 15 Jonesboro members. An autumn motif was used with chrysanthemums for the centerpiece and appropriate place cards. In the afternoon the guests saw Will Rogers in "Down to Earth' at the Strand. . . . '. Who's Who ,Contest The 7A class of Junior high school had a :Who's Who contest Tuesday morning during the Home Room program. The results were as follows: (first places only) Girls: Miss 7A—Sybil Brackin; prettiest, Winnie Harwell, Sybil Brackin, and Patty June Davis; prettiest eyes, Win- i:ie Harwell; prettiest hair, Anni: Lee Halsell; prettiest complexion Winnie Harwell; Juanlta Smith, prettiest lips Bits oj News Mostly Personal her gm'.st for the week-end Imz Gordon, of Memphis. Mrs Robert E. Leo King and r r0 m "a busliie^ Mrs. Joe P. Pride arc In Osccolu tcday for the funeral of their cousin, Francis Morris Sommcs of Tuscumbla, Ala., who died Friday. Mrs. F, t,. Husband has returned fi-om a brief stay in Memphis. Glen chambers spent the weekend in Dycrsbure as the guest ol relatives. Thomas Wraiyhl spent Saturday in Jonesboro. Clifford May, of Stcelc, Mo., ,was in the city Friday night. nob Whitlow .is spending several days in Memphis. Clifford Fisher attended to business In Paragould Saturday. ntchnrd Speck, of Frenchman's Bayou, was in the city during the 1 week-end. Jack Parker ylsited relatives in j Mies., will arrive Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and 'Mrs. W. A. Black. Mrs. Jan-all and young son have been here for a week. Mrs. Allan Walton will return tomorrow from Memphis where she has l:ccn visiting her daugh- MiK> M r Brooks, since Friday. N. Ware, Jr., has returned trip to Little Rock. Mrs. R. B. Nolen and Miss Ells; Moore were hi Osccola today for the funeral of Frauds Morris Ssmmos. Mrs. Herman Osborn spent ye.5- terday at Nct'Jeton, Ark., v/lth her mother who Is very ill following a fall ten days ago when she suffered a broken hip. Mis. James B. Clark went to Osccola this morning for the fu-1 nerat of Francis Morris Semmes. National Book Week Observed at Amoral The Armorel school, In observance of National Book Week, ccnstruct- cil scenes from several familiar books. Thcso, with posters and oth- er material, were displayed at the Miss Margaret Dawes, above, daughter of Hufus C. Dawcs of Chicago and niece of General Charles G. Dawes, will be a sprln? bride. Her parents have announced her engagement to Beverly Jefferson of Evanston. Preebyterian church will have a a two-day session at the Hotel bake sale Wednesday in the build-' stalle rin St. Louis, beginning with ing next to Hudson's Tailor shop. I a banquet on Thursday evening. Cakes, pies, Boston brown bread; Mr. Chilton Is a member of the and cookies will be sold. • * * Scout Committee Will Meet Tonight. The Community committee of the local Girl Scouts 'will have a meeting tonight, 7 o'clock, iri the scout room of the city hall when the- election of officers will -us held. All members arc urged to attend. i Caruthersville Society—Personal Attorney ami Mrs. Sam J. G'or- bett; and U-o of their;.daughters, Mrs. Shiircn J. Pale and'Mrs. Lowell Fester, in Icfl their early Saturday car for Grccn- Mcmphls Sunday night. Mrs. Clarence Vollmer is In rc S" lar meeting Thursday. Memphis today ! '^ ilrst al "l second grade Virgil Fisher' was in Memphis! wntcd a scen = from " Tr - c Thrcc yesterday 1 Dears." The third and fourth pre- 13. K. Hudson, of Stecle spent Knte<1 onc from " Littlc Retl nil!m = Sunday In the city. jHoml." The fifth and sixth present- Mr, and Mrs. S. E. Vail, who ! ed one fl ' om "R° b ">5on Crusoe." The lave lived in the past several turning here They are expected morrow, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beale, of. Little Rock, who have been visit-1 Thc theme of the P-cg™'" was Ing relatives for aboul (en days : lllc pi 'S" ms including two Thanks- •en i by Miss Marguerite Matthews' room r'nim conducted by Vera Nowoll. home Thursday plan to return afternoon. Mrs. Edgar Borum is in Memphis today. L. P. Mann, superintendent giving songs by the first grade, and a piny by the second grade. The pupils taking part .were Vera Nowell, Tommic Tate, Godwin Gay, [! Martha Pruitt, Syble Birmingham board of directors of the association. Mrs. CMUon and daughtci .will visit another c'uughlcr, Mrs C. F. Cain and family, w'nils In the city. They were to return Sunday. T * • Miss Laura Sharp of New Madrid, who has spent the pJst ;wo weeks here ns the guest, of Mrs. Carol Bennett, returned to her home Friday. Carol Bennett is confined to hli bsd with an attack of flu. . . , the schools at Newport, spent i.ic ! Vlr e m "> Bobbins, John Julian, Ori eek-end with his sister, Mrs. B. I Alexander, Jean Williams, Jean Ncc1 ' Ma'Batet Bowling, Jam?s Driver Grove Loutc SchuHz of Half Moan pronched her; Sunday night. Mrs. Bill Powers and daughter Pauline have moved to Blftrovllle. Mrs. EsteTr Springer mul Mrs. Mnurij springer visited Mrs. Loin Veterans hospital. A. Lynch, and family Mr Mann taught In the city schools a number of years n-*o Mrs. W. B. Tanner, who has been quite ill for a month following a tonsileclomy, ftj now cou- aicscing. Mrs. N. Johns, who had a stroke of paralysis ten days ago, is slow- Bowling, Ruby Buttbs. Dorothy Pruitt. Bob Willis, Louise Ro'obius Blanche Fisher, Jaunit Anderson. 11 a *r Huffman News ta havo Ycur damask cloth may Don't overcrowd elegant simplicity, of the new gorgeous green ones, with a formalized c-eslgn worked into the damask to enrich it. Center your table with a low, round bow! of white and red grapes, v.ith green leaves flanking them. Four ounny candles will give p. \vtrm glow over your green cryutal glasses. Ycm- china may strike a rich cole: note or be perfectly simple, with just a sold ed~eci c'.cs!;n and ycur monogram. 111 such a golden brov;n set- ling your turkey KM i[>-!e on added interest. Early Preparation Will Make Thanksgiving Day Feast Easy ! grape juice can be served with the BY SISTER MARY NEA Service Writer ! meal. It's Thanksgiving time again and: if chickai is lo many of us Thanksgiving turkey, the ::anie means turkey and cranberry sauce f"r ly Improving. Mrs. Baker Wilson and son, Billy, were In Memphis for- the week-end. Mrs. B. F. Potter and Mrs. Eddie B. David were in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. Joe D. Nabers and daughter, Mary Jo, returned yesterday from been LOIU3 Walker taught schno! here luring tfie absence of Mr. Beavers, ninclpal, who attended a Masonic meeting held in reek. Mr. and Mrs. Memphis where they have with Mr. Nnbors who was seriously injured when his car was struck by a train ten days ngo. He- is now dally improving nt the Gaines Tuesday. Mrs. Galnes is suffering from a light slroto of paralysis in the left side of her face. . . Winnie Harwell; . morning RH 4 5 ^\ ? raekin and Rnth villc. Miss., to spend Saturday nnd I Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Hillhoiise ttnoaas, nest, dressed, Patty June Sunday as guests of llielr sou and havo announced the. birth of a son Davis; mcst m love, Winnie Har- brother. Sam J. Corbelt jr., who is well; biggest flirl, Alberta Crcce- employed in Greenville bus; cutest nose, Sybil Brackin. I • = . Boys: Mr. 1A-Blan S. Heat; best j Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Green cn- looking, Tom Simon;.prettiest eyes,;tcrtained the Young Married Cou- Jimrme Hall; prettiest hair, Tom I pics club at their home on Cotton Simon; besl dressed, Blan S. Heat; ! avenue Thursday evening. The club cutest, Tom Simon; prettiest com-! honors were awarded to Mrs Wnl- plexion, Tom Simon; most in love, j tor Bernard and J. A. Hayden, Tom Sirnon and Homer Basharce; |C ach being presented with hosiery, biggest flirt, Homer Besharse- prct- ... T?m ^'J° m SUll ° n; CU ' C3t " =Se ' ° n Fri(1W cvenins Miss Swan v-it-d Mrs Tom Simon. ] Knylor an( , c Kil clllci .. V*'- d Mrs ' ^The 7A is sponsored by Miss Alice iaincd the Fortnightlv club al the ' 5 ' on Sunday, October 30. Leonard Bounds of Big Lake spoilt Tuesday night with Charles Springer. Charles Bigham was ill with influenza lost week. Midway Notes Mrs. W. M. Weber of Ilmdotlo McDonald last Tues- Marshall. Party Pcstponcd. Naylor home. There were two tables of club members present. Mrs. ! Victor McAllister won high score m, . ; • "v.ivi iiinn noici «"M iiLiML ^ijuit; The party, planned by the local prize, a dainty luncheon set. while chapter of the Royal Neighbors Albert l/uvsan received the gcn- ior Tuesday night, has been post- . lumen's award, n carton of cig- P-nert because of conflicting en- arettes. Low score for tho ladies gagemenis. . wcnt ^ Miss L, ]ci i| 0 Naylor a)] ,j for i the gentlemen to Otto Monaii, Miss „-. Naylor receiving dainty powder The meeting of. the Lilcrai-y! puffs and Mr. Monan a packajo of ipnarlin^nt nF tt»n nr,-,™^,, 1 .. ..t..u • - ., * •* department of the Woman's club i cigarettes has been postponed from this we;k until the Tuesday afternoon alter Thanksgiving. J. R. and Willie Pruitl nnd Hut- I Ier Mash of Beebe relumed horn: Friday after visiting their cousin. Jack Hill, for n week. E. M. McDonald visi(:d m Bly- thcvlllD Thursday. Elinor Wigglnton has returned to hLs home in Alabama aft:r s;)or,d- Ing lh» fall with Mr. ani M^r.<r. Hce<l Crawley, his cousins. Lynch, Jr., will arrive home Thursday morning from Washington University, St. Louis, to spend the remainder of the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mr. nnd Mrs. N. A. Spalding and baby have gone to Hnyll, Mo., after havir^ been here for two months. Mr. Spaldiug, who was telegraph operator at the Frisco depot, has been transferred I to Festus. Mo. ' .-• Tom Murtln, Rupert, Crafton and Jim Crafton returned .today from Memphis whore they were with Mrs l!iil>crl crnflon who wns Injured in an automobile accident yesterday. Mr. Cralton will go back to- Murtin and little Mars Uttle Rock last A. L. Beavers nd Miss Marguercte Perry atcen-J- Vl .f,iitcvcr ed the leachers meeting in JoneJ- boro Friday. ; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sayre and daughter, Joye Yvonne, visited relatives In Cooler, Mo., Friday, returning via Blythcville where they llii some shopping. Mrs. Ernest Rast was the guest if Mijses Mario and Willie B. Hay Friday. Mrs. Fannie Mcorc called on Mrs. Cecil Sayre Tr.i:rs;ay afternoon. T. J. Nance of Blylhe\'ille was here this week. Mrs. Fannie Moore called on Mrs. eorga Perry Friday afternoon. Miss Maxine Copcland called on Mrs. R. H. Gr?=n Wednesday. Rex Hughes of Tiptonvilte. Tenn., was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hughes, Thursday night. The young son of Mrs. Hester Hughes, born November 16. has been named Ray Edwar;! with the potatoes and onions and turnips and squash that "got into regular flutter, v.hen the farmer's wife gave them each a taste of the very same kind cf butter." Others may chocse chicken, duck, guinea fowl, pork, rabbit or other game with their proper accompaniments ar.d vegetables. But ycur choice, keep the menu simple ar.d as typical o; Colonial da;, s as is pcssibie. Much of the preparation for the .ubstitutcd menu can be following one if pre- used cr tlic f erred: Chicken Menu Cream of Tomato Soup with • Whipped Cream ribt ChiL-lren Giblet Gravy Oyster Slutting Candied Sued Potato Balis Drccccli in Hot Lemon Butter Peaches Celery Hearts '0 cooked and mashed. The gravy ir, made in Ihe roasting pan after the turkey is removed to hot platter. The cream sauce must bo made and the cnior.s a<!ci:d, allowing stout Iv/cmy minutes to bo sure they are thoroughly heated m the tauce. The squash is seasoned nnd re- hca'.ed for twenty minuiiu over hoi wafer. The table must te ;el and the fruit ar.d nuts arranged for serving. Fruil Clip JUist Wait The irui: for the fruit cup can l:c wnshcd nnd put on ice Wctmw- day, but the apples cannot t.-o made into cups, nor the fruit a:- lually prepared for serving, until an hcur before dinner.time. Ci Fruit Thanksgiving dinner can be completed the day before if the hostess lans carefully. Some of the an even bu tfiken care cf the week. Make Preparations Early Leonard Hill intended ball game at Luxora Tfursday. foot- - - - I . - d! »' To Have Bake Salt. ' Cm"tai%in^Ucnd^thc re'ul" M f Members cf circle 2 of-the Wo- j meeting "of tVsiatc 0 Press" A'so- mans Auxiliary in the First'elation, which was to convene fov Miss Lura Bynrs attourlcd th? Mr. ami Mrs. O. W. .nd SjjJ J™ l ^"" "' *"*** daughter Bernicc left. Thursday i ,,„," J. J. Bledsoe was In this vicinity Friday collecting rond ta\. Courier Nca-s Wani Aci* I J RV Sue Crnfton, seven weoks old baby of Mr. and Mrs. rjrnltou. are remaining at Campbell's clinic with Mrs. Crafton. Misses Nell Harris and Minnie Mattlicn'S spent Sunday in Car- uthersvillc. Mrs. G. F. Morgan anri Rudolph Harris, of Kcnsett, Ark., are visiting Miss Nell Harris. T. J. Proctor, of Kansas City, h.i? arrived to spend the wintci j wllh his son. Ho ward Proctor, cud family. ' Mrs. S. S. Sherrnd. of Memphis j is Iho lioiuegucst of Mr. and Mrs I H. A. Smith. Dr. Guy Jnrratt, of Vicbbunr Hospital Notes Patients admitted to (he Rlyth;- •illc hospital: Mc.Mullcn Hayes Buckeye, La., William French, city Mrs. Fannie Ray. city. DUmi;se:l \aron Nunnery. Holland. Mo.. Mrs less Johnson. Caiuthersvillc, Mo. Title of "Duck Hunter Superlative" Ciaitne ORT WORTH. Texas lUPI- Ocpuly Sheriff Ralph Marti] claims Ihe title "Duck Hunter Su rcrlative." alter killing his gam vithout firing a shot. While staking out a cow on morning, a duck with a clippf wing flopped at his feet, lie con eluded the "hunt" by wringing il icck. Waldorf SalaU with Cre:im Cheesa «»''' iea(i y «° serve, - Make the cranberry jeJiv i .'rucr-' / / uay or Wednesday. The chicken menu mean:; e ii!- tle more work on Thursda; because the salad can't be mads tin day before and the pudding : r.ius; bo bskert whilj the dinner is cooking so it can he served warn. Clean the tr-ccoii. celery and lettuce on Wednesday. Take oro of the chicken as sujgcst:cl Jov turkey and cook tlie sweet cou- Balls limian Puuuing Nuts ; Coiic-e Aveid J.ast ^liii'jfc Rushing Both of these menus (;ro planned vjiili -li:i:-j lasi miniito rnsti. Tn the first menu the turkey is siufleci rcutiy for the even on Wednesday. Tho giblets are Go over the china, silver. cooked and chopped, the unions. nd table Hnen that you will need • cooked ready ;o be vdicated in! nd bo sure, ihey are in rcnriinu;.;. I cream sauce, the srnuth ijaked 'his shotid be done Monday or', n-cl remold Iram iho shell, ihe 'ufEday. because Wednesday is a. : •'-"''• nr.-.i put into the re- usy day with its extra marketing! iri^eraUv to chili and bscpmc firm nd cooking for Thursday. i and the pumpkin stcw;ti and sift- Decid; on your centerpiece early • eel ready for pics—all on Wednes- 11 the week and order it. Rcplen- '&y. sh such startles ns salt nr.d .sugar j Thursday mcniinj the pits arc n order to relieve ycur grocor' linked before- >.iie ovsu is nerdod roni too heavy deliveries at the^cr the turkey. The pMalors must sst minute. Order ycur turkey or whatever; .^ -on d:cidc to serve a. wcrk toes ready lo cut with cutter on Wednesday. S'.-rvc the Inciian illicit vanilla ice cream. ^rake the Waldorf sr.iad ol apples, nuts anci raisins. SeiTe sp:ced cider cup with tho meal. Tokio, Japan. Ins one sloro for every 23 inhabitants. nit Cup Served in Red Ap;>!e: Rc.isl Tisrt-.ry Chestnut Si Mashed Potatoes Giblul Gravy Cr.uiberry Jelly Hcire-madc Pickles Cie::nud O;ilDiij Buttered Squash J- Ihocl Cabbage Salad Pumpkin Pic Kills Fruit Cofft-e Sweet ckirr. snlcctl citkr cun o: 1 f'rttu 1 !) BKAINK I5HAUTY SHOP Glriircc IHrt-r. rimnc '!S BAKING POWDER &conomtcal-6fffcient SAME PRICE fatal/' -\ AS 42 YEARS AGO MiuioNSor COUHDS USED OV OUO COVEfljN.MtMT , J Pasteurized 1'honc 74 lOc Ql. Delivered Bulgarian liiittorniilk 15c Qt. (Jo to Church Sunday Soon tho Tiiankss'ivin.y; holidays \vill be here and your clothe:-' must constantly look clean aiul fresh despite the severe workout. Our plant offers you the best \vorkmaiiiihip available at a price no greater than you would pay for ordinary cleaning-. NU-WA CLEANERS Phone ISO S*e\. :.,&'.-:

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