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BIAtHEVjLLE, (ARtJ COURIER NEWS ^Society Calendar &;'"., - : - - . Twsday . , yrfce Maple Grove cemetery as- jipciaUou will' meet wllli Mrs. Tboy. Thompson at 3 o'clock. 5'*The Delphian chapter will h:ive 'Its final meeting of llio year al the Hotel Noble, to be followed irftli the president's luncheon. |>;jlrs. Ross Stevens and . Mrs. E. ' •:i>'. -.-Ferguson arc entertaining Rook club. the f Mrs.^ Leon Smith Is having tlic '.-Tuesday-* Contract -.club. ,x'.Mrs.'IIarycy Mo'rrH Is cnlerlaln- 'g the; New Tuesday liridge club. ' .. .. ^ . Mrs. '.Carrljl-Btakijinorc Is eiilcr- ;iatnlng. the';' Mnjlnci ' Bridge club. *",'<•'• •'•• '-• Thursday ;-Mrs. M. O. Usrcy Is hostess to the Mid-Wcek Bridge club. V-The Thursday club is meeting •jrjth Mrs. Everett B. Gee. ':-'. • Saturday The \Yoai an's- club will have n benefit bridge a,nd rook parly nt 6 club house 'at 2:30 o'clock. 'Vivian DillaHunty Weds Hamiaii Taylor ;*-Thc marriage of Miss Vivian ;.Be'ar Ulllalmnly and Mr. Adam .Haimnu Haylor was solemnized Saturday evening nt the First Presbyterian church with llic Rev. : _Marsh .M. Catlaway performing the ring service at eight o'clock. '- •: A. Garden effect was used throughout Hie wedding in tlic decorations, frocks and flowers. The bride's dress of white imtxivittl anrtlc with flesh colored llowcrs embroidered on It, was mil with a close tilting wnlsl which extended below the hips and was finished with a wide baud ot real lace. The wide, .circular skirl which touched the floor was caught in the hice and a narrow band of lace trimmed tho deep Bertha collar. She cai- ricd a colonial corsage of garden (.flowers in which pink and blue |Bhades predominated. Mrs. Godfrey White of Osccola, s matron of honor, was her only littendant. Her pink figured or- l/aiidie frock was a colonial model l;.'ith short putfcd sleeves and- 'a S, gorged skirt. Her flowers Here similar to. those of the bride. t lr. Jesse Taylor served his bro- :r as best man. "or the nuptial music Miss' Etc •-.•jrwell played "Ah, Sweei Mystery 5|Llfc" for the assembly of gucsls, liftl Miss Virginia Keck sang "Al pawning" and "O, Promise Me." Lohengrin's wadding march accompanied the. entrance of the bridal parly and as the marriage vows were exchanged "I Love You Truly" was played. The recessional was from Mendelssohn's wedding march. Both Miss Harwell and Miss Keck wore green organdie dresses trimmed with touches.of >!nk embroidery... . . '. Reed baskets held shower bouquets of garden ilowers with roses, snapdragons, sweet peas, larksimr and ragged robins forming a rainbow of-colors for the.background of foliage which decorated the pulpit and chojr ; loft. .•After a .honeymoon spent at Hardy, Ark., and Lexington, Tenn. where they "will be guests of Mr. | Taylor's' grand mother, Mrs. John M. Tayjpr, they will make' their home with Mr. Taylor's mother. [ They expect 'to be away two weeks. ' Mrs. Taylor, who is the daughter I of. Mrs. Ocorgc W. Dillnhunty and | the late Mr. Dillahunty, attended Gulf Park college nnd the Unl- . yersily of Missouri- where she rc- [ ceived numerous honors for beauty faculty and helpers who the-Rev. Alfred S. Harwell in con- dilcttng the daily sessions. The school was made passible by the church, the workers, the J. C. I'cn- ncy company and Die Chicago Mill and Lumber coiporaliou who co- opera ted. In the closing program, Miss Virginia Tompliins was pianist, Miss Willie Marshal! sponsored llic memory work demonstration of llic junior department, Mrs. Jake Huffman for the primary department. Dorothy I-'ostcr, Winifred Crawford, Roland Hunt and Nancy Claire McCauley told ihe story of Joseph and there was a -sword drill by pupils of the junior-intermediate department. Tu Entertain Mothers. Members of (he liuslncss and Professional Women's club will entertain their mothers, or some one else's mother, al tlw unnual Mothers-Daughters party lonlght al [he Woman's club. Mrs. Tom p. Jones, Mrs. Mae licit anil Mrs. Lculs 1'hilllps are hostesses for the party for which Inlerrsdng arrangements have been mnde. • • • Yiirbro Society >I«ls. Tlie Woman's Missionary society of (he Yarbro clinrch met at the church Friday afternoon with 18 present. : In a scries of special prayers the Rev. Aubrey Hood, Deen, Mrs. C. n. Mrs. A. S. litchlson : and Mrs. D. Ij. McCaulcy ollered prayers. . .->f|; Tfie licv. II. J. Coiiclininn taught the lefsun on '•Foreign Missions and Extending the kingdom." tlavc naming Tarty. Misses Nita Gendren and felt; Shi'pnnl cntrrlalned 2-1 guests Bitt- uvday evening al I he Ciendrcn home. Dancing and bridco was enjoyed for several hours with Ice cream nnd cake .served informally throughout the evening. . .. v . . • • 9 Pritn'.Awanbd. Miss June Workman was awarded first prize nnd Mfss Josephine Dryenns, second. In a contest imong .sliutcnls of Miss. -Minute ,ce Jones, plailo instructor. In lie past year Miss Workman memorized more piano compositions than any of the other students. • « + Entorlains^Wijh Fipfj. Mrs. Rndncyj' L. Bannister wns ;iostcss lo four tables ol bridge Friday evening. Sweet peas, simp- dragons ,and corn ilowers. in. shower bouquets afforded decorations lor the two rooms arranged lor Ihe eight couples present. Mrs. Joe Trlcsclnmin won tlic Indies', prize,, pcrhimc, anil a double deck of cards went lo Ernest Hoc tor men's high. Mrs. Hunter C. Stas,. who is leaving for an extended visit in La Grange and Moscow, Tenn., was presentee! luindkerchiefs. A frozen salad, Philadelphia cream cheese sandwiches, ripe olives and Iced tea refreshed the guests. Has Club Tarty. Tlic Sas Nnk Ha Rook club met with Mrs.-E. P. Blomeyer Fri- al llic club house Saturday at- clpal event of the summer season planned by this group. There will h; prizes for each table. Hcseivallons, 50 cents each, may be made by culling Mi's. John P. S;uidcrs at 252-W. Tlic proceeds of Ihls party will j used for tho deut. on the club house. Scafcs-Wtleh The marilnge of Miss Addle Mac Welch and Harry C. Scales, bolh of tYlemlslilp, Tenn., look place here Saturday with llin liev. W. J. I.cRoy, pastor of tlie Uikc Street Methodist church, informing the ceremony. • • * Tranlham-ShrUon MLss Vada Ann Sliclton and John Henry Tianlham, Iwlh of nose- land, Ark., were married here Saturday by Ihe Rev. A. T. McAnally, pastor of tlM church of the Niu- orenc.' • • • MvKce-Vandivrr llic marriage of Mrs. Ilcrlhn Vnndlver and William A. Mclice, ooth of Manila, Ark., emu red here Saturday with live Rev, W. II. Horn performing the ceremony. * * * I'oole-IIiimHlon Miss I.ela Hamillon and Waller Poole, Ijoth of CarutlHirsvllle, Mo., were united In maiiiugc In this city Satucdny by Justice R. I,. McKnight. Hayti Socicty—Pci'sonul Twelve mombers of the younger set, enjoyed u picnic ul Kcnnctt Kuinp Thursday evening. Games were enjoyed alter which sandwiches and drinks were served. Tho party then motored lo Kcn- nctt and enjoyed the remainder of the evening dancing at licgal's Pharmacy. Sammlc lildgcway entertained 8 couples with a dancing party al his home Friday evening. After nn evening of dancing, delicious refreshments were served. The.lorcrs in the contest sponsored by (he Junior League of Ihc Methodist church entertained the winners with a paity ul the church Thursday evening. Games anil contests enjoyed utter which refreshments were served. Mesdamcs Curtis Pow?ll and Amjclo Malioulls arc S|x>nsor3 for his group. Hev. J. W. Cunningham and family have returned from Grand Bits of News Mostly Personal day afternoon Crow was tlie The hostess' when Mrs. W. only guest. home, recently remodeled, was decorated with summer flowers with four rooms on Ihe lower door thrown open. A gelatine salnd with sandwiches Junction. Tenn., where they vis- Hcd friends for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dorris announce the birlh of a son on Wednesday June 10th. Fie has been named Hugh jr. Mr. W. T. Nethcry and Harold Burress drove to Memphis Wednesday and returned Thursday. They were accompanied to Memphis by Morris Bird who has been visiting here fo ra few days. Miss Grace Popham of Cape Girardcau sjjent the week, end with her parents here. Mrs. I. D. McDcrmolt and children molorcd to Ulytlieville. Fril«y where tliey visited Mrs. Georyc W. McLeod and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Leonard md son spent Thursday at Poplar Bluff with Mr. and Mrs. M. Orm- bce. Miss Maiirfnc McNeil, who Is at- lending sumemr school at Cape Girnrdeau s])eiit the week end Miss Willie A. Lawson has as her guest lier mother, Mrs. S. C. Lawson, of Hamburg, Ark. 1'tgyy Long went to Memphis iuidiiy to spend u week with relatives. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. John II. Lonjj, and other members of her family. Miss Maiy Dllcn Stevens left Friday for I'lyinonlh, N. C., where she will spend the summer with her slsler, Mrs. Cicnc Hllll, and Mr. Still. Mis. Alvln Huffman and daughter, Jetlye Claire, have gone to Princeton, Ky., for a vacation with relatives. Mr. Huffman accompanied them lo Oycrhbuig, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Itiley Jl. Juui-s are vacalioning in Tennessee. Mrs. Eurl Koontz has gone to Pulton, Mo., for a. two weeks visit. Jane Gosnell lias returned from Joncsboro where she was a student nt, Jonesboro A. and -M. college for u part of llic summer session. i u. I'Vcd Taylor, Jr., of Osccola, attended to business here today. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. I'artlow, nccoinpanlcd by Mr. and Mrs. H. K. t'artlow and Mr. and Mrs. J. K. I'artlow, of Paragould, left Sunday for a. vacation lo Iw spent In Nashville and Lebanon, Tenn. Mrs- Louise Crane Hyler, of Memphis, has arrived for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crane. lien Levy, Jr., left today for Mammoth Springs. Ark., where he. will attend summer camp after a visit with his parents, ^.lr. nnd Mrs. li. II. Levy. -Mr. and Mrs. James B. Chirk linvo as then- guests, -Mrs. Allen Miller and son, Allen, Jr.,.of Pine Bluff ivlio will be here Ihls'week; and Miss Floyd Hoberls, of New York, city, who will remain lor u longer slay. Mrs. Cecil Lcc has returned to her home in Dycisburg, Tenii., alter visiting Mrs. Gcorgrc W. Dll- lal.'mty and family, having come over for the wedding of her niece, Miss Vivian Dillahunty and Harman Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Mlltou Allenberg and daughter, Ruth Ann, of Memphis, spent yesterday wilh Mr. and Mrs. 13. 'H. Levy. They have just returned from a visit ill Hot Springs and will probably spend most of (he summer ("raveling In Europe. Mrs. Hunter jr., left yesterday for extended visit with relatives MONDAY, JUNE 1931 MOU MOTiltf? , vtl'i iOW -li'AT I.h0 vo.i Mor TO oe - Fill Pantry Shelves with Canned Fniils and Vegetables I'or iNexi Winter's Use cans and cover with brine made by j and I.ueile Uoinhnd of of niythe- disiolving 5 lablespooiLS of salt In n ; vi!l?, V.'illiam Georse, Thmin;in gallon of boiling water, or add 1; Scott. Pci-sliing Turner niwi J(,hn teaspoonfiil salt to each quart Jar! Franklin Bowen motored l-j O;ce- (Conthuicd from rage One) straight side jelly glascs for jelly. Tlie label must contain names ot products and name and adrcsscs of .pcrsgn who put it up. Sonic- veciiHs and directions which the club women find most successful follow: Musi lie Fresh ami Clean In securing a fine quality product, vnicli deiiends ii|K>n having the vegetables or fruit jibsolulcly fresh, crisp and clean. All surroundings and utensils should be spotlessly clean, and all operations from beginning to end slxmld be carried on ns rapidly us possible. A good stogan is "one )i°ur from the field lo Ihc can." Sort and grade the vegetables, discarding all defective ones and use those of the same size togclher. Use only uniform well ripened products. Only young, tender, quickly grown vegetables retain their flavor when canned. The use of the steam pressure canncr is lirgcd for the canning of corn, peas (English, black-eyed, cow, and field pons), and all other non-acid vegetables. If a steam pressure canncr is not available, use Ihc Intermittent processing in n hot-water canner. , Corn—Much of the success in canning corn depends upon the careful selection of a young, tender, juicy'product before it reaches each pint jar or No. 2 can. Seal the containers at once, and process quart jars or No. 'J cans at boiling point (212 degrees I'M intermittently for Hi uours at the first p:rio;l, and I'.G hours al each of tliu succeeding periods. Intervals bt':v,"cen or No. 3 can. Process intermittently j 1 hour each day for lhr;c successive days or process -10 minutes un- Ihe first two periods should be 12 to 18 hours, and between the las', Uvo periods. 18 to 24 hours. With steam, under pressure, pieces coin 1 hour and 25 minutes at Is pounds of pressure or 250 degrees F: Tak? every precaution to have gcod rub- o!a Friday night. ing the iviv-l: with his Marvin Rpann Wilson is spend- der 10 pounds ot steam pressure. I "its at IHpley, Tenn. Suup Mixture.—Soup mixture is' Mlss Margaiei Kidiarrts lias ns made in the proportion of one-half''"'' Euest. Miss Louise Bourland tomato pulp, cne-fom-lh corn or tiny : cf U! v!!-Cril!e. Lima beans, and one-fourth Or-r.i - 1 ''"' [md ' Mvs - R!lllf ' rt Ar.hn-.orc of with seasoning added. The loma-1, 0;j:eola werc visitors in I.uxora toes should be heated, rubbed tluu' ' rl ' l "' £dl] >'Mrs. James Driver and daugh- and popularity. Thj bridegroom, tho son of Mrs. W. HI. Taylor and the late Judge | T| Taylor, received his later education at Vanderbill university, Nash- Tcmi.. wliere he became and a graiw ice was served aflcr several rook games. member of the Sigma Alpha Epil- son fraternity. He is now connect. ed-with the First National Bank. CMnptimenls Bruits. Mrs. Ben' Cooper enterlaincd 1 with a bridge luncheon Saturday complimenting a bride and bride elect, Mrs. C. W. Oglcsby of Tort Smith, who was formerly Miss Marry Elizabeth Robinson, and Miss Vivian Dillahunty whose marriage lo Harman, Taylor took place Saturday evening. . Sweet peas afforded the lovely flowers used for the small luncheon | ^_' tables arrauged wilh bridal place card:. | After the two-course menu, served at one o'clock, there were bridge games- A necklace went to Miss Eve Harwell for the high score prize. Both guests of honor received interesting gifts from the guesls. » Honor Presidents. Mrs. James B. Clark, retiring president of the Delphian chapter, and Mrs. Marian Williams, incoming president, will be guests of honor al a luncheon al lire Hole! Noble Tuesday. This ailair will follow the final meeting ot the year when members of the study class will take an examination on the book bliKl- ied this year which dealt with the study of art Will Cive Benefit The Woman's club .will sponsor a benefit bridge and rook parly :30 o'clock, for the Hinder C. Sims and son, the starchy stage. It should never i. '-" ' ' an j te allowed to stand longer than a few minutes after being taken from Ihe stalk. Corn which has passed in Moscow and La Grange, Tenn. They were accompanied by Dr.. Sims who will return today. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Bannister has us tlKlr guests for the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Esles W. McKlnney and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Casiinc, of New Orleans. They were enrout<; home from vacationing in Canada and the Great Lakes region. W. Leon Smith Is in Hattiesbnrg, Miss., trip. for several days business An alarm clock has been invented by a German, that switches on an electric , light when the bell rings. her parents. She was WEAR CLEAN companicd by Miss Dorothy Cresswell of St. Louis, who is also a student at Cape. Ihe milky stage or is stale is very (llfllcult to sterilize and docs not have a good ilnvor. Remove the husk and silk. Blanch on the cob 1 to-3 minutes, or long enough to 'sei tho milk." Cut the kernels from the cob, but do not cut deep enough to cul in(o the cob. Put ii! ft keltle, and add enough boiling water to cover. Stir (he corn occasionally, and allow it to boil lor 5 minutes. Pack hot in sterilized jars or tin cans to within one-half inch of top and add 2 teaspoons of salt, and sugar mixture Ci parts sugar and I part salt) lo each quart jar or No. 3 can or 1 teaspoontul to MATERNITY HOSPITAL—For un- fottunale girls; secluded, private, rates reasonable. For information write Fuirinount Hospital, 4911 East 27th. Kansas City, Missouri. bers. Corn can be successfully dried. 1'cas.—Use fic.sh They are best gathered in [he early morning or when the weather is cool. Work should be done rapidly, and the peas should not stand either before or »aflcr .. being shelled. Wash, shell, and sort [lie pens, putting those of the same size and degree of maturiiy logetlm 1 . Be sure not to use the harder or nearly rijre peas among tiic tender ones. Cover with water, and bring to a boil. Boil three to five minutes, depending upon tlie age of the peas. ?ack at "once in sterilized jars to vithin one-hall inch ol the lop of the jar. If Ihe container ts filled too nil, some of the |jeas may burst and make the litiuid cloudy. Ai!d 2 leaspopns of sail and sugar mixture (described under running com! lo jach nuarl jar or No. 3 can. Fill tlie jar with some of the boiling wa'.cr in which the peas were heated an:I paddle or s'.ir lo remove air bubbles. Proueis under 10 pounds stc.im pressure for 45 minutes. U-'or water bath, process intermittently 1 hour for each ol three periods.) Remove the ars from the canner, seal and cover wilh a cloth to avoid break- j ing. Tin cans should be plunged immediately into cold water and cooled as quickly as i»ssible. When cool, store in a dark, dry, cool place. Okra— SclccL young, leudsr pods remove stem wiiliout culling into the seed iwd. Blanch C to 8 minutes. Pack in quart, jars or No. 3 a sieve, and cooked down to tlie consistency ot ketchup, before measuring. Then the corn and okra should be added and cooked until three-fourths done. Then pack into quart jars or No. 3 tin cans and add '2 teaspoons of salt, and sugar mixture to each container. Process in- peas.jiermlttoritly for 1 hour al each of KaaiKinxfc Sclwi Pipits Displayed. •:' At' the public program for the clcsmg.of the Dally Vacation Bible school ot the First Baptist church Friday evening, interesting displays were shown of work accomplished by the 200 students who [ attended.the. two week's school. Honors were awarded lo these: plain sewing, first, Bonnie Jean Buchanan; second, Winifred Crawford; third, - Evelyn Smart. Fancy work, first, Dorothy Jean Poster; second, H»ncy Claire McCaulcy; Woodcraft, group,one, book ends, first, Jminiij BUI; second, Don Wtlhclm and : Binfred Lloyd tied; group 2, bird boats, first, Charles Purtle; sec.<&&, Jolly Sparks and Charles Pen- acrv-.tltd; primary woodcraft, boys, •te£.Ji W. Sliouse; second, ;Jakey ereY31 members of the! POWDER It's t/oufefe acting UK K C (or fine texture «nd Urge volume in youi llONSOr POUNDS U5FD BV OUR GOVERNMENT Were we asked to improve the old saying "Clothes Make (lie Man," we'd suggest llic following: "Clean Clolhes Make the Man." Surely ihcrc is no bcllcr stimulant of confidence than ihe realization thai your clothes arc fresh and neat. And when yon consider our prices you'll have lo admit that il's a inigliiy cheap way lo maintain one's scU-con- fidence. the three periods or for 45 minutes of steam i Luxora Society—Personal lev, Martha Poscy of Osccola Friday in Luxora. Misses Sara Ann Eskri(H.j Pauline Hire:; of Blythevllli! Luxora visitors, Thursday. Since th? Work! Wai. Fr: shipping; lus increased nui:v a million tons. ,pent und were nee '., than Miis Maibelle Cook entertained the two (able contract bridge club to which she belongs. Friday afternoon at her home. Garden ilowers wore used for the c!cco;a-1 MEU.O-GLO. lions. Besides the club members j Increase Beauty With Melio-glo No more ii'^lv shine when yon use MELLO-GLO Face Powder. -' New French pi'ct;es.s ma!-LLi it, stuy ! cu ionu-L-r uncl prevents hir^o pores. | Smoothest, finest, pure;', powder known—its coloring matter is approved by ttic United Stcucs government. Never dries the skin. Never makes complexion look pasly, but always youthful. Try —Adv. 11 the hcsli'ss entertained -Miss Hudscn and her home gi^st -\lisii Margaret Willianii. mcddames! ' James Driver of Osccola. Buck Sil- ! liman ol N'jw York City and C. W. I Vollmer of Blylhuville. Miss Cara! 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