The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 10, 1931
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PAGE TWO BLVTHBVILLjj. (ART.) COURIER NEWS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1931 Society Calendar • Thursday Mrs. H.'A. Smith is entertaining the Mld-We«k. Bridge club. Miss Minnie Lets' Jones will present her piano pupils In a recital at the high school auditorium. Miss Gladys Bar ham and Miss Marie Moon are entertaining wllh a bridge lea (or Miss Hilda Holland, bride-elect, Friday The Sas Nak Ra Rook club meet with Mrs. E. P. Blomeycr. The Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church Is meeting with' Mrs. J. G. Ashley nV Armorel at 8 o'clock. Saturday There will be ft free 'story hour at the library at 10:30 o'clock for children from 5 to 8 years, of age. To lUvc RtciUI. Piano pupils of Miss Minnie Lcc Jones, assisted by Everett McDowell, violinist, ,and .William Trotter, baritone, will be presented In a recital Thursday evening, 8 o'clock', at the high school auditorium. Patrons and friends are invited. Pupils giving plsno numbers in the program bcginlrig at 8 o'clock, are: Louisa Anderson, Christine Bryeans, Alice Joe McFall, June Workman, Joscpiiine Brycans, Gerald in e Freeman, Thelma Fox, Jeanctte Jean Scbaugh, Violet Ladd, JJoward Mnssey, Willie Mat Moare, Margaret Ozinenl, Kitty Bell Newman, Colcen holland and Anita Joyce Bryear.s. * » • U. D. C. to Have 1'rcgrsun on Davis. i The Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy will have an Important meeting Thursday, 3:30 j>. in. at the home of Mrs. J. W. Bnder. Following the business sexton there will be a Memorial program on Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy. '' • » 4 • Club Entertained. .Members ot-the Tuesday Contract club were entertained by Mrs. Hunter 0. Sims this week. Tretty June flowers made the living room more -attractive for the t\vo taWes. Hocery .went to Mrs. Hurry Kirby tor the prize. , .. The hostess served a molded pine.. apple salad, sandwiches, potato • chips and Iced 'tea.- .'••'• • •- *' • Guest at.Club. " "...Mrs Robert Grimes had the New Tuesday Bridge club this \veek when . Mrs. Joe Kir by, of Paragould, was • also a guest Sweetness, larkspur and coreop' sis formed shower bouquets for decorations. In the bridge games Mrs. Oscar Bailey received an organdie apron for high score prize. The refreshments were a molded tuna fish salad, potato chips and iced tea. •?HOWN MLOW VIU PROVIDE A FIRM FOOWATION.FORANV SUM GRtPEFBOCKATTME LEFT MAKtS AN EX- THEAOOtTIONOf A XEUOW SWEATER AMPTUR6AN.IT GOES IM FOR. GOif OHARTBEUtt GREPE BOtEPO ANDBUT AND FlOPPy HAT, CHOUGH (OR AfreRNOOn. EMONYEllOW AND WHITE PRINTED CHIFFON ON AGREy BACKGROUND IS UffED FOR THE JAGKETORESff AT THE RIGHT. WITH THE JACKET tmsuiTAeu FOR FORMAL AfTERNOOM AKO DINNER WEAR. WITHOUT THE JACKETTT BECOMES 1 A» ATTRACTIVE- EVENING GOWN. Hayti Society—Personal Bits of News Mostly Personal U. S. Hostess Mbs Holland Announces Members of Bridal Party. The marriage of Miss Hilda Holland to Mr. Howard S. Caldwcll of Hot Springs, to be solemnized Saturday morning, 9:30 o'clock, at the Holland home, will bo an Interesting event, of the summer season. A number of charming affairs have been given for the bride-elect since the engagement was announced several week? ago. The Rev. P. Q. Eerie, pastor of the First Methodist church, will perform the marriage service before an assembly of relatives nnd friends. For her maid of honor Miss Holland has selected her sister, Vivian, and her stepmother wilt be her matron of honor. Mr. Catdwell will be attended by Mr. Kent Ktrbv, ol Little Rock. Misses Marie Moon. Mary Cummings, Frances Holland and Mrs. Sam Manatt will form an aisle for the members of the bridal party as Misses Katharyn Grcar and Gladys Barham present the nuptial music, of piano and violin. The "lish- ers will be Misses Marian Cooley and Maurine Branson. Judge Vivian Garner Holland will give his daughter in marriage. Choral dab Organized. A choral club, which will have for Its first activity a part in an e.x- . tensive musical festival, was organized here last evening under the direction of Henry W. B. Barnes, veil known conductors ol music. George : W. Barham was named president, Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, vice president- and C. G. Redman, secretary and treasurer. Olhcr officers will be elected and further organization plans made al a meeting to be;held at. the First Christian church Tuesday evening. With 20 charier membsrs. an invitation U; being extended to all . musicians of the city who sing, to become members. Four wilts are being organized by Mr. Barnes at Newport, Paragould. Jonesboro and Blythevillc. The musical festival, to be given this fall, »1H bo presented In-each of Uie . cities with the final showing at Jonesboro when nauonally known opera singers and orchestra mem- • bers will lake part. The Senior Epworth League of the Methodist church entertained the- members of the Carullicrsville League with a six o'clock tea at the church Monday evening. A social hour was enjoyed after which tea und cookies were served. Miss Jcs- slc Rcneau was hi charge of the lesson which followed and Robert Butlington and Miss Rcncau rendered a vocal duet. Mrs. Sherman Hill pronounced tlie benediction. Mesdames Jim Henten and J. A. Zlmmer entertained the ladies of the Baptist church with a penny party at the home of Mrs. Zlm- mer Monday evening. Games and contests were enjoyed with the win ners receiving prizes and the losers contributing pennies. At the close of the evening dainty refreshments were served. Hcssell DeWeose and Miss Mary DeWcesc were Blylhevlllc visitors Monday. Fred Hamra- of Caruthersvilic wns the guest of Wolf Khouric Monday. Miss Hazel Mitchell returned homo Sunday evening from Gideon where she has been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Albert Dean. Earl Fatchctt ol Chalice wns the guest of Miss Edith Clarke Monday. Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Allen and Miss Inez Sanford motored to Cape Glrardcau Saturday. Miss Sanford remained in Cape for the week-end while Mr. and Mrs -Allen went on to LutesvTllc, Mo., to be with Mr. Allen's lather, who Is seriously ill. Miss Margaret Chapin of Kansas City who has been visiting KITCHEN mother hero for several weeks left Monday for West Plains where she visit a few days before returning to Kansas City. Rov. and Mrs. J. W. Cunningham and daughter, Ruth, left Monday lor Grand Junction, Tcnn., for a visit with friends. I Mr. and Mrs, Wolf Khourlc had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. N. Fordcecy and family of Luxora, Ark. Charley Joke ot Chance was a visitor here Sunday. Old Academy to Drop Co-educational Polky KAXTONS RIVER. Vctmonl. (UP)—Vermont Academy will abandon Us co-educational policy next Fall, when it will revert to' its former status as a i>rcparatory cchool for boys only. Founded In 1876 ns a school for boys, it clung to lhat policy for 42 years. During the last 13 years, however, the number of boy students has rapidly increased and officials believe It advisable to de- pita! today and Mis. M. C. Dear,,vote all available dormitory space ^..•.un... ..-A_- , L, 'to boys. • Hospital Notes Billy Frank Clare, Manila, admitted to the Blytheville hos- BY SrSTEB MARY NEA 'Service Writer Crisp, cool salads add Immciu- urably to the Interest of summer meals and pi"ovo beyond question the theory thut "[he eye does half the eating." Colorful fruit and vegetable salads provide an effective and inviting means of adding minerals and vitamins to the diet. Hearty salads made ol meat, flsh or eggs supply protein calories and make an ideal main dish for summer luncheons. Fruit salads may answer for dessert as well as salad and arc particularly alluring for summer meals. Of course, there are certain sharp distinctions made In the tyjic of salad chosen for definite purposes. The dinner salad served between the meat course and dessert must be light and well seasoned. Its mission Is to prepare the way for the dessert and it mast provide contrast by texture, flavor and color. In certain meals the £tilad is of equal imporUncc willi another dish on the menu. A Sunday night supper or informal luncheon salad usually shares honors wllh sonic other viand. When this is the case the purpose of the salad Is to complement" and enhance the other dish. Tile double-duly Jruil falad cr,n be served In n number of ways. The fruits can be molded in a Jelly, frozen In a mayonnaise mixture or used in their natural stale cut in neat dice. The dressing is of utmost importance. While it should not be over-powerlngiy tart it must be pleasantly piquant. Whipped cream may be added to any fruit salad if dtslred and needed for additional calories but it should never be used as the one and only dressing. Use it as a garnish or add it to the mayonnaise or dressing if you will, but don't put spoonful of whipped cream over mixture of diced fruits and consider the result a fruit salad! There arc general directions for making fruit and vegetable. ^ that' are an nid in achieving rtaintj and delectable effects. Don't com bine too 'msny ingredients. Be sure the materials are cut in dice Miss Lady Ruth Horle, daughter of Hie Rev. and Mrs. P. <J. horle went to Scarcy, Ark., yesterday where she will attend the Epworth League conference which is in annual session. Miss Georgia Lee Is visiting Ii Memphis. Mrs. B, A. Lynch, who went to tlie Methodist hospital in Memphis yesterday, underwent an opcratloi today. Mr. Lynch Is at her bedside Miss Alta Mac Darlington, o Searcy, Ark., Is a guest in the home of Mr. mid Mrs. B. A. Lynch foi several weeks. Mrs. George W. Dillahunty ant daughter, Miss Vivian, arc spend Ing today In Memphis. Mrs. Joe Kirby, of Paragould. Is the guest of her sister, Miss Katli- crlne Lawler. i Tom Stovall, druggist at Fowler drug store, has gone to Fort Smith for the annual pliarmaclal asso- i elation. He will return Saturday. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims arid son, who plan to spend their vacation at Moscow and LaOrange, Tenn., expect to leave Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stovall ana son, Billy, have returned from Cape OUrardeau, Mo., where .they | visited relatives several days. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vollmcr, I Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich, accom- 1 panicd by Misses Rosa Lou and Mabelle Cook, of Luxora, spent yesterday in Memphis. Miss Elsie Oafccs has as her houseguest George Ropp, ot Chicago. Garner AppclUm and O. T. Shain- blln, ot Mcmpni£, are visiting here for several days. Mrs. J. P. I'j-idc spent Mondaj In Memphis. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon 'ivrlght have returned from Marianna where they attended the funera of their mother, Mrs. N. W Wright, who died Friday .at, Memphis hospital. Mrs. E. B. Thomas, of Faragould was a visitor in the city today. Mr. und Mrs. Fnrnsworth Black I and daughter, rjetiy, returned last I night from Oklahoma City where' they spent 15 clays with Mr. i Black's parents. Mr. und Mrs. W. A. Black. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bell hnvc as their guest Miss Eleanor Campbell ,of Chicago, who Is en routs home from Edinburgh, Texas. She will leave tomorrow, accompanied by Miss Mary Allen of the same city who has been tba guest o( Mr. and Mrs. Bell for ten days. Clarence Volimer Is attending to business in Vlcksburg, Miss., today. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Priest have returned from Calhoun, Ky., where they silent their vacation. They were accompanied home by Leila Franklin and daughter, Laura Lee. who will be their guests for a month. Mrs. R. C. Dent jr., Miss Jennie Wren Dillahunty pud Miss Rebecca Gillesiiic, are spending to- lay in Memphis. American visitors to Ihc U. S. exhibit at Ihc International Colonia and Overseas Xxposltlou now he held In Pnris will be Erce wllli warm, southern hospital!!) Catherine Harrison, above laughter a'. Senator Pat Hard c on, of Mississippi. Miss Iltirri son lias been appointed one ot tin olllclal hostesses for the Unite States. BRIDGE BY WM. E. McKENNEY -half quick tricks, therefore you ««Ury American llridge League should bid two spades informing In our two previous articles we partner that you hold a biddable plained how the writer's system spade suit and one nnd one-half contract bidding handles the to two quick tricks. Tills bid is (Bid 'orcalling of opponents' bid whin due to tile fact that many players olding two and one-half or three' arc now employing psychic, bids, j id one-half quick tricks. When Overcallins Opponent's Did | olding one and one-half or Uvo . With a Jump Sliift Hid . uick tricks or a biddable suit, you j We have now tnken up the linnd- lould overc'all opponent's original ling of all overcalls showing up to d with this suit; e. g. South, the three and one-half quick tricks, but eslcr, bids one heart, yo'.i silling : supposing that partner has not bid. the West, ovcrcall with one and (he opponents bid aas heart j pade. You immediately inform and you b!U (wo spades. This is iij artner that your hand does not jinnp siiilt bid Informing partner, ontaln two und one-half quick , that you hold a very powerful hand ricks or you ivoukt have overruled I stronger than three ami one-half i •illi one no trump, but that your quick tricks and that lie need not ; ' worry about the spade suit. Not. Is game in the hand, but l'r.;re ; may also be a slam, j (Copyright, 1031, NKA Smice. Inci i Letters, telegrams, or cablegrams are sent from any part of" the world by a Paris organization, n would be possible for a client to write a series of letters and have them posted from pre-arranged places to suygcst he was on tuur. ?^! PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM p.==>«.i>i=idi.<-.c r ,!<,iF.!;; ; i IrnnarU Color and Besuly toGray.nJFnd.dHilr • Play Is Story of Girl Who Ran Away to City The four net play "Happy Valley" to be given til tl:3 city auditorium tills evening, Beginning al 8:15 o'clock, concerns the life and happiness of a young girl who runs away from home for a gay time In New York city. What she docs is interestingly portrayed by the characters with a number of choruses and specialty numbers in between acts adding music to the entertainment. Both boys and girls are in the Kiddies chorus which will'open the show and . tlie other "two choruses will feature singing and dancing as well as attractive costumes. The play, directed by Miss Marie Moon, is sponsored by the woman's council of tlu First Christian church. and does contain at least one and lie-half quick tricks nnd a biddable padc suit. With this Informution artner will not carry the bidding oo high. The Overcalling ol an oppo- lent's bid therefore is summed up as follows: 1—A double of an opponent's bid ivould show three ntul one-half quick tricks. 2—Overcalling opponent's suit aid of one with one no trump shows two and one-half or three quick tricks. 3—Overcalling opponent's bid with a suit bid shows :•. biddable suit and one and one-half OL- two quick tricks. If partner makes an original suit bid and the opponents ovcrcall with a suit bid, if you were now to bid the opponent's f.iil you would show no losers in that suit and normal support for partner's bid nnd would invite a slam; e. g. partner bids one heart, opponent bids one spade and you bid two spades. This shows no losers in spades, normal support in hearts, and in- 'orms partner that there is a possible slam in the hand. only do you feel sure that there Walpolc Electric Sliop Fans Cleaned and Repaired Phono 31-I Asks Motorists to Give .Animals Chance on Road HARRISBURQ, Pennsylvania, (U P)— Benjamin Eynon, Pennsylvania Registrar of Motor Vehicles, urges motorists to give animals on (lie highways ft chance for their ives. "The operator who won't give a chicken or A dog a chance doesn't deserve a license," Eynon said. "Animals wandering alone 01 the highway mny not have any legal rights In thq eyes of (lie law but sonic moral consideration due them. "From the operator's point of view alone it is no mis-statenienl to say that more than one accident has been caused by collision with some animal," he said. Kyiwn advised special care and patience to motorists held up temporarily by droves of cattle. Lone Oak Hems If partner had not bid and the opponent were to bid n suit bid and you ovcrcalled with the same suit, you would simply be showing one and mie-lialt to two quick tricks and would inform partner that you really held a biddable suit j in the suit named; opponent bids one spade and you bid two spades, i If you held two and one-half or three and one-hair quick tricks you [ would bid a no trump or would double, but you may jusi hold n biddable spade sui; and one and one- •Mr. and Mrs. Odes Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hobertson and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Walker Saturday nijht. Miss Ola Robertson and Mr. Larson Crump were married Saturday at Blythevillc before Justice Oscar Alexander, Miss Eunice Brooks and Miss Hazel Walker have been- visiting friends at Oosnell for the past week. Mrs. Myrtle Widcncr is very ill this week. Miss Mnvorlcnc Davis spent Saturday night with Miss Alma Needham. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robertson nnd Mrs. E. B. Walker visited the comity farm Sunday afternoon. Miss Eddie Williams spent Saturday night willi Miss Wright at Gosncll. Rev. Williams filled his appointment here Sunday. Miss Wright spent Sunday nnd Sunday night with Miss Eddie Williams. There is Sunday school each Sunday moniiiig. Everyone is invited. Undo Sam is reputed to be spending about S500.000 a year for publicity. BAKING POWDER You save in uiins KC. Use LESS than of high priced brands. FOR OVER IT'S DOUBLE ACTING MltUONSOF POUNDS-USED .BY OUR GOVERNMENT . '. A Dive In The Spring i.- Ride—Hunt-Fish— Shoot— Do one of any number oi tilings to make your vacation sporty and healthlul— Dive — Swim — Play games in our big fresh water pool 75' x 35', high up in the cool Jemez Mountains of Kew Mexico. America's little Switzerland with • Ultra-modern accommodations— Food fit'for a king—• Catering to a select, limited clientele. Season — May 1 to Thanksgiving Day. at Jemez Springs. New I.Iexiro •.V/rite (or full information to '..155 EAST SJPSSID.^ STREET Pay Your Bills Prompt Jy and Get Your Votes plants are iron-clad and must be observed If perfect results arc obtained. Salad plants, whether they are Ihc basis of the salad or merely garnish, must be cold, crisp, dry and perfectly clean. After carctn. washing use a lettuce basket tcl swing the leaves dry or put t!:cm in a clean towel and gently pat them dry with another lr«h towel. This removes the surplus moiMurc from the leaves and Insures agjinst a watery, diluted dressing. The best method of keeping salad greens fresh and crisp after cleaning Is to put them into a closely covered container nnd piacc them in the ice box. They wt!l remain in perlccl condition for ,\cv- cral days. If the greens arc ID bo used within a few hours they can be kepi in R damp muslin b.ig until needed. Tomorrow's Menu BHKAKFAST: Chilled inline juice, cereal, cream, broiled pan fish with cress, reheated ryr lolls. Daughter Is Healthy Now "My daughter Donnie, is just coming into womanhood. A friend of mine told me how Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Coinixjuud helped; her daughter. Donnie h:\siakcnonlyt\vc bottles atid you would hardly know she is the same child. She used to l>c so cross with the other children but i\ow she feels fine. Since taking it she has not missed a s,inyle day from high school." —Mrs. Chfoc E. Wilson, II No. i, BOA 32, Dnmm'ghi, Oklahoma. beef bhiobcuy or marbles of uniform size. Guard : milk, coflee. against crushed materials and! LUNCHEON: Creamed mushy texture. Let all salad ma-'with broiled tomatoes, tcrlals,, meats nnd fish included, j muffins, lemonade. | stand in a marinade of some well] DINNER: Broiled club ttc,iks, seasoned .dressing on ice for al glaced apricots, Julienne ]x>;ai3csi least 30 minutes before sen-ing, creamed green onions, Jcilicd fruit Then drain and arrange on beds ot • salad, toasted crackers, milk, coffee. crisp dry salad plants. 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