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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVZLLfe. '(ABK.)' OOUtUER NEW!> TUESDAY, HAY 5, 1981 Society Calendar Wednesday Mrs. P. B. Joyner Is hoslcss io the New Wednesday Bridge cljb. Mrs. J. N'ick Thomas Is leader ol the Delphian program on Spanish Fnlntlngs. The executive board of the Junior High Parent-Teacher nssocla- tion Is meeting at 3:30 for n srw- clal gathering of outgoing anil Incoming officers. Thursday Mrs. Victor Bray is having the Young Matrons Bridge club. Mrs. O. P. Moss Is having (he Mid-Week Bridge, club. Friday The Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church will meet at (he home of Mrs. W. E Marshal.! with Mrs. J. M. Fowler as assistant hostess. Saturday Miss Peggy McKecl is entcrlaln- Ing the Saturday Nighl Supper club. ' There will Iw n free story hour at the library for children at 10:30 o'clock. _ -^OING FROM F1ESH TO ROSE THC-\.^^.n.vr- ... PART/ BELOW IS IH THE PINK OP GOOD FORM . £jj VROM RIGHT TO LEFT.-THE QRIDE WEARS A GOWN OF PALE FLt-SHOOLORED ORGANDIE WITH LACE YOKE, MITTS AND CAP. TIIE FITTED LlNESOr-THE GOMJN •(EI3MINATDIN VOLUMIWJS FLARES SFARTIMG AT THE KNEE. THE VEILOF Fttsii TULLE is GATHERED ' TO THE: SMALL LAC6 CAP. a v. VH& BRIDESMAID WEARS A FLARlUG GOWN OF-PiMK MOUSSELINE-UHOER A SliORT-Slt-EVEO JACicETOr-ROSB ORGAUOIE.THE: \WATTEAU HAT IS-Of- PINK MILAkl WITH A RIBBON OF ROSE-V/&LVET. THE JACKET is ENTIPELV COROER- ED VJITH PLEATED ORGANDIE RUFFLED. "IE- FLOWER GIRL WEARS A GOWN AIJD MATCHING CAP OF FLESH KOUSSELIMC- TRIMMED WITH ROSE ORGANDIE APPUQUED FLOWERS AND PLEATED FRILLS^ ***&&"' Junior Hish School Observes Music Week National Music week, being observed throughout the United States, Is the chief outside activity of the Junior high school this . week. Miss Mary Emma Hood, director of public school music, has announced that In addition to the program presented yesterday there will be another program tomorrow and a pageant Friday given on the school campus. Parents anil friends arc invited to these attractions at 10 o'clock in tho morning. For the program tomorrow each class in music will present interpretative muybers .--as follows: "Birds in Music." 8A class, "NcBro Music," TO"class, "Spanish Music," 1A class, "Chinese Music," 8D class. The pageant "Songs That unruly Used to Sing" will be given at Haley Field Friday. Today there Is a -hall exhibit, of iwstcrs, Instruments made by the children and- musical. instruments. In yesterday's program Ihcso numbers were, presented: talk "Tho Purpose and Benefits of Musio Week", Robert Rcedcr; piano solo, Marjorie Stevens; voice number, Mrs- Paul L. Tipton; piano selccr tlon Miss Leone Callicott; vocal solo, Ross Stevens. • * * Circles Mccl ' Circles of the woman's missionary union the First Baptist church met Monday afternoon for the weekly meetings. The first group met at the church with ten members present. Mrs. B. W. Smith led the devotional nnd Mrs. J. W. Bishop conducted the business session. For tho Bible lesson, taken from Acts, Miss Cordelia Wllhlle was lender. The It members who attended circle 2, which also met at the church, heard Mrs. H. L. Healer give the devotional and Mrs. T- II. Hayncs led in the business session. Mrs. Ivy Crawford taught the les- Eon on "Pioneer Women,," Mrs. R. G. Cash entertained the seven members who attended circle 3. Mrs. E. F. Blgncyor led the business -•session and after Mrs. H. A. Mahan conducted the Bible study Mrs. Cash and Mrs. J. W. Buchanan led in prayer Circle 4 met at the, church with eight members and the president of the group, Mrs. E. E. Alexander, present, JiSrs. J. F. Livingston and Mrs. E B Outlaw offered prayer nnd Mrs. Herman Walnole conducted the mission study. Mrs. Raymond Sell muck was hostess to tho filth group which had eight members present. After Mrs. Harney Mitchell had led the devotional Mrs. Robert Grimes presided in the business session. Mrs- Marion Williams taught the Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. EC. W. Exuni of Memphis, arrived Uxlay to spend several days with lier son, Sam Thomas, of Carutheisville, was a visitor in die- city last even- Ing. and family. Eric Taylor Everett B. Oca' Is attending to business in SI. Louis. Mrs. Harvey W. Stewart and Mrs. L. E. Story have returned from Plat River, Mo., where they were llic guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown for a week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway left to day for a visit in Marshall, Mo. Emoul'j there they will spend tonight In Charleston with friends While in Marshall they will be guests of Mr. Conway's mother. Miss Gruce Moultrie, of Men- islm, is visilhiK relatives here. 1 Miss Winnie V. Turner, who Is at her home In Ncwbern, Tenn recovering from Injuries received n u fall several weeks ago, is improving nicely. Garner and Irby Appleton arc in Memphis after sending several days with Iheir sister, Mrs. L. D. Chamblln, nnd family. C. T. Shamblin was a visitor in Memphis Sunday. SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN BY SISTER MAKV SEA Service Writer Many mothers are perplexed over he best way to cook liver for children. They have been drilled in. the evils of fried foods for small folks and yet father wants his portion of liver fried witli bacon. Just how should it be cooked, anyway? A liver paste Is advised for the first meals, It can be made of calf, beef or chicken liver and can be used in several appjttzlng ways. Tho paste can be used at noon In the hearty meal of the day to take .he place of grated hard-cooked egg yolk or beef Juice which usually supplies the Iron grains for the day. Spread, on crisp dry toast, It Is slowly eaten by those ihst tiny teeth. Children Iwo and one-hall vears olil and older may have Ihe BRIDGE! 11V W.M. E. McKENNEV Secretary American lirltige League While ace-showing Is new iii contract, the bidding of void suits for a lead was an old trick used in auction. Two of (lie most interesting hands of this ty|)e are glvc-n by Nils M. Wester In Ills contract book. Mr. Wester is one of tte leading players of Chicago anil was paste combined grated raw captain of I he which licit Chicago team the New York team in the first national contract Icam-of-four championship. The following hand shows the bidding for a lead which could be used wllli pericct safely: 4A-K..JMO-9-4 VK « 47-2 '•. * 8-7-6-5 carrot or tjralcd onion anil minced lettuce in sandwiches. Younger children may hove it added to a vegetable soup or combined with iheir hot vegetable which has been mashed or put through a rlcer. Another way to serve It to three- year-olds is to form It In little flat cakes and broil it Just as one would beef patties. Liver should be used as soon as it comes fro:n the market, If at nil passible. Wipe with a damp cloth and put Into a sauce pan. Add boiling water to cover and simmer until tender. It will take about W minutes to cook calves' liver and 30 to 35 minutes for beef. When tender, let cool In water in which It was cooked. When cool. 48-6-3 '(»10-9- j 6-2 • A-Q-10- I 9-5-3 NORTH 5 % Dealer SOUTH V8.7-5-4 3 4K-J-4 AQ-7-2 VA-GM 48-6 Mrs. Leslie Hooper an"d .Mrs. George W. Dlllnhurjiy will return today from Hot Springs where they attended the National Con-| rcmovc M membrane and lough gross of Parent Teacher associa-1 lt!LVts _ Put through fine knife of " on ' I food chopper or mash with a fork. osltion, bid a diamond. North entured one heart. Mr. Ucgir.- er's partner, silling in the East, .is very glad to pass, Souih also apscd, but not KO Mr. Beginner, o'.v was tlsa time, he thought, 10 mploy the tactics used by Mr. /ester in the preceding hand. He lerefore bid Ho clubs which 'orth passed, his partner conient- d with clubs passed, and to Mr- Jeginner's surprise, South also lasscd. When the smoke cleared .way, Mr. Beginner had failed lo like a trick, Norih and South laking a grand slum against him, The tactics of the beginner were [radically the same us these used 15- Mr. Wester, but were used at he wrong lime and in the wiouj iKintK-r. Therefore do not altempi o use ace-shouing and void suii tactics unlets you and your part- Mr aie both thoroughly lamilLir vith them, or you may meet with Ihe same disastrous results as Hie playe: 1 did in the above hand. Baccalaureate Service • Hold at Cardwell Sunday CAliUWELL, Mo. — Dr. G. D. Faulkner of Jonesljoro, Ark., de- livvrtcl ilia Uaccalaurcnte sermon for the unidimling class of Card- wcil liiah school nt Ihe Mclliodist church here Sunday morning. He ivrit, introduced by J. U. Summilt, superintendent of schools Tin; program Included the invocation, by W. H. Lockaril, a joio by Miss Gladys North, song, "Holy, Holy, Holy," by tile choir, duet, "One Fleeting Hour," by Misses Gladys North and Anie Bishop, and benediction by the Hev. \V. T. SlubKefleld. Misi Mary E. Wilson played tiie processional and icccssional. Reaves Infant Dies .Drove Family On I to i'Vcczc Mr. and Mrs L. D, CHamblinl and sons, Jack and Donald, spent the weekend In Memphis. Season llglitly with salt and use as wanted. Toronto juice is excellent to use if a moist paste is desired. Mrs. William O. Potter and. son, i, ailv(1& , IU , er of C0 | lre( ; ^ . llc William Stevens, left Sunday night | (M( i cr J sl BIld most [kl |i cau .iy fla- for their home in New York clly., vored but bcef , flmb or cvcn plg Ihey were accompanied by Mrs. L. Uc M bcneBc i a i nntl much Potter's mother, Mrs. C. C. Stev-' ens, who will spend with them. some time j ...'-.( • ' the' -building fund of. the First Methodlsl church. The delightful affair, which is an annual event, was sixmsored by circle of tlw woman's missionary of which Mrs Baker is chairman. AUrin] Wilson Mcclimr Mcfitinnes 13. B. Wilson, Charles Alford, W. A. Slickmon mid Miss Cora Itc Colcman, rcprcseullng (he locnl chapter of the Eastern Star, arc in Wilson this afternoon and evening for a school of Instruction. Mrs. Amy Stultlc of Poca- hentas, worthy grand matron, Is in charge of the demonstration. Given Sliuwer Mrs. E.' P. Roe, who left today for an 'extended visit in Oakland Tenn, was given n handkerchief shower last evening by other members of Ihe Ladies Bible class ol the First Methodist church, at Ihe church. Mrs. Emma S. Burne; presented the gifts Osceola Socie ty—Personal The Woman's Missionary society of the First Methodist church met yesterday afternoon for Ihe'rcBii- nr monthly business and Bible siu- dy meeting. Fourteen members were present and tile afternoon's study was led by Mrs. Ell Myers. » • » Circle meetings of 'the Presbyterian Ladles Auxiliary were held yesterday afternoon, Circle No. 1 meeting with Mrs. F. L. 1'hippsj with nine members present. Mrs. I,. S. Mitchell lerl the study lesson from Ihe Book of Jnmrs which the circles have adopted for a Bible study course. Delicious refreshments were served. Circle No. 2 met at the country home of Mrs. R. H. Cromcv with Mrs. George Doyle leading the lesson. Ten members were present. Mrs. Herman Bcshears and sou, of Oklahoma City, have arrived to spend the summer with Mis. Boshears' -parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Holder. Joe Kleban has gone to St. Louis 16 buy gcixls for the New Dixie Store. He will be' gotic tiie • remainder of .the week, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clifton Watson, of Carulhersville, spent Sunday hero wllli.relatives. Mrs. E. B. Outlaw spent the weekend in Gideon, Mo., wilh relatives! . ..-.'•. * George Matthews had oV his guests for the weekend Misses' Lu clle Boyd and Mildred Stevens oi Memphis and Horace Bradley, of Kennctt, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Koynes have returned from Memphis where they apenl the weekend with Mr anrl Mrs. Russell Farr and family. Miss Adah Dunavam, who ha? returned here following an operation for appendicitis at tho Memphis' Methodist hospital, Is no* convalescing. Mr. nnd Mrs. George W. narham are in Memphis today. quite lower in price. So if we arc eating liver for the good it can do us and not because It particularly tickles our palates, we can choose the cheaper varieties and know we are eriving Just as much good. If the average housewife ng the average healthy family wil nclude liver in her menus once a week, she will do much toward naintaining the health of her fain ly as well as adding variety to he meals. When a physician prescribes a iberal use of liver in treating anemia, he usually has some suggestions about special preparation. However', ft hd'is not combining some other diet with the treatment, pationt usually can cat the liver cooked as hn prefers It. 'Liver and spinach loaf is an excellent recipe to use when calves' liver is' not available. Liver and Spinach Ixraf One pound liver, 1 cup stale bread crumbs, 1-3 cup cream, 1 tablespoon butter, 4 tablespoons minced onion, 1 teaspoon salt. 1-4 teaspoon pepper, '2 cups cooked spinach, 2 hard coakcd eggs. Wipe liver with damp cloth ar.d simmer In boiling water until ten- South onenr-d thr hidcliiitt w one club, West overcallcd wllh diamond, North bid two .-sjiad East llirec diamonds anil Soiitl three spades. West icali/cd tha it was almost hopeless for him to try and sacrifice in diamonds. He decided to let his opponents play the hand at spades, but before doing so he slipped in a four clubs bid which was nothing more or less than a lead indicator. Natur- illy if he is doubled he will i;o jack to four . diamonds. North rassed and East took his partner o four diamonds, South then went o four spades which became the final contract. East ui>encii the deuce of clubs which West Irumpeil with- the three of spades West returned the three of diamonds which East won wllli the jack and rclurncil Ihe three of clubs, whic was trumped with the six of spades. Now another small diamond, East winning with the king. The 10 of clubs was returned by East and truiup- ed by West tlic eight of Funeral services were lu'i'.l this muiiiiiig fur the infant ihujjhu-i 1 of ?.Ir. uixl Mrs. F. C. I'trav.s, v.ho sm-cumbcd nt the family licjnc HE in- Yarbro at 3 o'clock this mmnmg. Interment was made at Sirt: cemetery. Funeral plans were in charge of '.he Cuub Uniialakina company. Th: deceased is survived by two . brothers and six sisters. . ON FATIGUE Frr.nk Mark-ham, shown hero, Alabama mountaineer, whose wile, Mrs. Martha Markham. and two- year-old daughter. Pearl, were spades, and before North could I frozen to death in a hollow tree ever get started, East and West 1 during a blizzard in 1923, has had taken five tricks, scting the! been charged with murder by au- declarer's contract two tricks. ..,.,. Mr Wester was describing tlic he drove them ou; of their cab;n mds i into the storm aunr.g a- fit of ' ar.ger. Two oilier children, Minnie. 14, and Opal. 3, escaped when the older reluming home, dragging hci hall-frozen sister. above hand to a group 01 irien one day. Mr. Beginner, w lliouglu tins lead directing bid was rather clever, shortly afterwards | death ..,*" dealt, the following hand in I which he attempted to use lliej same Incites as those employed uy j Mr. Webster. I in Conway Prilchelt, who travels through the south, is the guest of Pat O'Brynnt. Harry Kirby is a visitor in Memphis today. Bassctt News Tlic 15 members and five visitors I Delicious refrcshinenls were served. lesson study with Mrs. Schmuck leading in prayer. • • Have Missionary Society Mcctinif Mrs. O. C. Ganskc was leader of the woman's missionary society of the First Methodist church Monday afternoon. She used for the devotional passages from the llth chapter of Hebrews and the second chapter of James, followed with a series of sentence prayers. The 26 present heard reports of the conference treasurer and of the activities of the W. C. T. U. regarding the 00 day divorce law by Mrs. C. E. Crlggcr. * • • Entertained Mrs. Dixie Crawford entertained the Beta Chi Sunday school class of the First Presbyterian church last evening for a business meet ing. Following reports, it was planned to continue Ihe charity activities in caring for a needy family, a permanent roll was compiled, the history of the group, to be prepared, vras discussed, II was voted to send a box to the daughter of a missionary "adopted" by the class several years ago- Tho hostess served a strawberry dessert with angel food cake and fruit punch to the 19 present. * » * Many Attend tlreakfast Included in the SOO guest-; at the benefit May Day breakfast today on the lawn of Mrs. Walker H. Baker's homo were guests from Memphis, Osccola, Caruthersville and Ker.nett. . Approximately JSIOO was netted heard the devotional given by Mra.l M. L. Jones and music by Mrs,' Charles F. Wood. In the business session (1» president, Mrs. W. A. Slickmon, presided. The hoslcss, Mrs. Wy.itt Henley and Mrs. P. N. Luttrell, served Irult punch and cake in a social hour, featured contests. wilh gamos nnil Have KusiilCM Meeting. The first business meeting following Ihe election of otliccrs for i Jie new year in the Business and Professional Women's club was held at the Goff Hotel Monday evening. Dinner was served in the coffee shop before the meeting. Miss Minnie Matthews, president, and Mrs. Tom P. Jones, vice president, took turns at presiding. Tiie annual Emblem breakfast was planned for this mouth with Miss Cora Lee Colcman in charge. D. Edim Nics made a l.ilk on "Health" which was followed with a discussion of the trophy offered by this club for the group in the stale having the ir.c-ii physical examinations among lis members. At present Hie Helena club Is winner of the trophy. Miss Grace Lowcry was n new member. Mesrlamcs J. O. Schurlock. H. O. Henson, Gco. Dickerson and Ilerl Lcauglo were hostesses yesterday nflernoon to Uio Christian Workers entertaining twelve members at a social meeting at the home of Mrs. Schurlock. Delicious refreshments were served at the close of the program. The Ilapllst Woman's Missionary Union held a business meeting yesterday afternoon at Ihe home of Irs. Alia Buller. Mrs. W. E. Hunt spent ycslcr- ay and last nlghl with frlrnds in lemphls. Attorney R. L.' Nallllntr was a illness visitor in Harrisburg ycs- erday. Several members o fine Shawnee P. T. A are attending the Na- llonal P. T. A. convention at Hot Springs this week. Those going from Bassctt were: Mcsdames, E, B. Bell, A. S. catching. E. J. Granl. W. 13. Burkett, W. A. I'ar- ker and R. L. Johnson, Mcsdamcs Sisk, "Hughes and J. T. Lee of Joiner also are attending the convention. Tho Johnson der. Put through food chopper, us- ng fine knife. Soak bread in cream. Sook onion in butler until slightly jrowned. Add lo chopiwd liver with softened bread crumbs, salt ar.d pepper. Mix thoroughly. Put a layer of eggs cut in slices Into a well buttered mold. Add liver mixture and. cover with a layer of spinach Press firmly and cover mold wilh buttered iraper. Put into n larger pan of hot water and bake in a moderate oven for 40 minutes or until firm. Turn out onto a hoi platter and .serve with cream sauce or mushroom, sauce. Courier News Wont Ads Pay. Chute Jumps Pay Tuilion HOPK1NSVILLE, Kentucky (UP: — Parachulc Jumping on Sunday, and holidays to thrill crowds has earned enough money for Hugl Thomasson, 1G, to pay his wa llirouith school. He rays he lit nearly saved enough for a cours FtEiirc This Relationship Oul NEWBEKN, Tennessee, tUi>) — Avcry Colo and his two sens. Dclphin nnd Lcmaii. all married nlo the same family. The t\vo boys married their father's wife's daughters. Now their real lalhcr s their father-in-law, their wives are their step-sisters and they arc brothers-in-law. And not to spc.ik of the children they might have. family have as tt:cir guest this week, their aunt Miss Belly Ratcllffc of Ethel Miss. Mrs. Calvin Williams who is ill at the Baptist hospital In Memphis is rciwrlcd much Improved. A number of children tcuk the cliphtlierla shots at the clinic at Hie Shawnec school Monday afternoon. Vaccinations for small pox wore also given. Mr. and Mrs Elmer Smith announce the birth of a son, ou Friday. May 1st. The Senior play "Bride Elect" will be given Monday, May luii Whitton and will be presented at Shawnec of the following Frulay. Members ol the graduating CUAPEIj HILL. N. O.. (UPI — General Charles V. Sumir.crail. recently retired chief of s'.alt of the United States Army, and Noiman Thomas, Socialist candidate for the Presidency In 192-1, are listed nmon speakers for Ihe second quadrennial Inslllulc of Human Relations to be held at the University of North Carolina, May3-9. are Leslie Katie Sue Speck. Sander. valcdiciorl:\n salutatorlan. Nina Mac McFatridge. Avis New- Ion, Louise aiid Mcllnncc Ttate, Hazel Holt Ora Ho-'oy. A'.;i Shirley Harrison, Husscll Sam Uaddo-.ir and nWoodrow Musick. Mrs. J. E Smith nnd MLss Nina Mae M.-r'at- Kcllcy. Mrs. H. C, ridgc were Osceoln visitors, day. JII CENTS Corns dime Out Without Murmur; Pain Gone At Once—Guaranteed. WAFERS THIN AS I'APKK SHOES DON'T HIM "I never sa\v llieir cfiual." Yai: corns right out by the rools ar never a pain or sling. It's a Jo to slick an 'O-Joy Corn Water' o H lender, achy corn. A»"ay goes pain immediately nnd then later out conies callous, corn, roots and alt. Slip shccs right on—they won't hurt. O-Joy Corn Wafers I are thin as paper. Slop using ugly bnrnlncr acids and doughnut plasters. Thousands of people torlurcd with corns have joyfully praised; O-Joy Wafers. Results absolutely AA-3-2 VX-J-5-3-2 «7-5-2, *5-4- IAK-9-8 14A-Q-J- | 9-8-6-3 NORTH )- tn CO > Ul tr, Dealer SOUTH A7-6-5 ¥7-6-4 3-2 nf \ p VA-10-9 South opened with a club and Mr. Beginner, silting in the West Uno you nro out. of fls ns ll-.t: result of trrcjoitur or f tulty iiowvl mtncnitiit, tr>- Tlioil foul's Hi.a-k- Urau-lu for Uio rareshirur tvlii-f it ;;1vos t!u>UF.mita wl»> Ukv it. Mr. Ii W. Oi-il. :i c»i;j5 tree lion i-i i peri n1 curie nl In 1'iiUskl. Vii.. ways: "When t pi-t coiiF'.ipntd]. mr h<-;i'l ar]u^, :i:nl I have thni ilitll. Uroil f--»11:iK—Just Tint c-qiuil to my work. I i!'in"t foci hi:r,«ry arnl I know llinl T ncv«l Fomc- ttilnK trt rli'an'c tn>* systfiTi. KO I l;i^o Pt;trk-T>niiipltt. Cm sure Kiy u'O tiavc foutiil U a treat help." r:u.i THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAII6HT "Don't Forget to Remember--' MOTHER'S DAY Sunday, May / Oih Dri-ssi's Iliils I'ur.si'r! (.'"Mimic .lewi-lry HiiiidkerrhicCs HusiiTv -Si'iirfs J,inherit" HALL SISTERS SHOPPE guaranteed. cents. Six wafers for 101 —Adv. 2' at llic University of Southern Call-]'»"., Ed *'*5* fornia. He Is said to be t csl professional parachu' In the counlry. SEATTLE, Wnthington. <Ul') Playing the role of Good Satsiari- 45. set Men the voimg- station operator, was Instrumontnl ale i'linper' 111 Causing the arrc-st of H. C. Mc-j Cumber ou ft bad check chnrcc. W. H. Slovall is ill from an at- from the affair 'which will go to lack of ptomaine poison. 'EC, then he look McCumbor's three children home with him to t?.hc care of them while their father was in jail. Dr.PaulF.McCutchen Dentist STEELE, MO. Phone 85 COTTO Our New Stock Is In 400 Dozen to Pick From Priced f®&\ 1" T Special Prices In Dozen Lots Hubbard H

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