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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 23, 1932
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BLYffiEVItLE, (ARK.y COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, FEnUUAUY_23,Ji932_ Society Calendat College Throne Beckons Co-ed Th«.P. E. o. is meeting with ilr:>. P. L, Tiplon at 2:30 this afternoon. The-'Jewish-Ladles Aid .society Is : meeting in Osceola today. The ladles, of the. Church of .Christ are holding their second sc- ries of Bible studies this afternoon itt the home of Mrs. Roy Carman. Mrs: Rttey Jones is hostess to the Kcv Wednesday Bridge club. The members of the Wednesday Bridge club we me5tlng with Mrs. j: H. Bell; Thmday The members of the Woman's Missionary -Society of the Lake Slreet Methodist church arc Having a quilting party in the church this afternoon. Mrs. Rives Allen his Ihc Matt- nee Bridge club members today. Mrs. Everett B. Gee Is entertaining the Thursday Luncheon club. The Rho Alpha chapter ol the /Epslldn Sigma Alpha is -meeting in the club room at Hotel Nobel this evening. Mrs. J. Louis Clierry lias the Midweek Bridge club today. • Trie ladles Bible class of the First Methodist church is entertaining the board of stewards Thursday evening at 7 o'clock in the church There will be out-of-town sp;ak»rs Friday • The:Pre-Scheol P. T. A. Is meet Ing with Mrs. B. E. Blaylock a 2:3tt this altemoon. Jrawr Hlfh Clau Ha* WhVs Who Contest, The elght-A class of the Junlo High school held a Who's Who con test recently, with the following re- suits'. • Prettiest girl, Ruby Walu : -, wrigtit;. prettiest hair, Mildred •Hood; prettiest eyes, Dorlne Coulter: prettiest teeth, „ Ruby Waui- -wrlght; .neatest, Dorine Coulter; best artist, Audlcy Blylhe; best, all round girt, Ruby Walhwrlghl;\best athltte, Millie Mae Payne; most ambitious, Geraldlne. .Rlley; niost studious, Dorine Coulter, aid wittiest, M«mle Perry. Jetty Sheppard tas selected Miss 8-A 2. : . Selections among the. boys are: Sheik,- '.Charles Fender; most handsome, Charles Fender; prettiest Imlr Muihl : McFall; prettiest eyes, 'Charles [-Fender; prettiest teeth, Joe . Yites; .best all-round boy, Wool- row Hall; ne»iest, Roland Bishop; '• best artist, Murhl McPall; best alh: Wte, Murhl McFall; wittiest, Murhl Rudy's Bride Is Lonesome KITCHEN Janet Majors, beautiful University of California co-ed shown nb'ove. Cut In BY SISTER MARY NE,V Service Writer Canned and cured fish always nrc .vtilliiblc In inlercslltiE vnrlely and can be nlllizcd in many apprizing dishes. These products are nourishing and make excellent subslllules for- fresli sea-food when Ihc laltcr Is not procurable. Uccl]>cs for cooking and serving the forms of preserved or cure' seafoods nre not plentiful, but the tallowing collection of rules is quite umuutil and economical. Canned fish can He used in Innumerable inviting dlslies with no preliminary preparation and is e, valuable asset lo every "emergency shelf" as well as an ellectivc means toward varying family menus. Fish nuish combines cornnwal and any flaked cooked fish in an attractive dish suitable for bie'at- fast, luncheon or supper. Fish Mush One cup cormneal, 3 1-2 cups I belling water. 2 teaspoons salt, 2 cii[>s flawed fish, 1-4 tcaspoon ; pcp [per. Add • 1 teaspoon salt lo boiling I water and slowly slfl tin cormneal, stirring constantly. Cook over the name for (en mhmles. stirring to prevent slicking. Then cook ove boiling water for three hours. Ad( remaining sail, pepper and fi-Sl with skin tuvd tones removcc Turn Inlo a well-buttered brick Ion! pan ami lei stand overnlgh or until thoroughly chilled and firm by the ace In dummy. The declarer now proceeded U> win five rounds of trump. On the last three rounds, West was forced to make discards. Ilu discarded one small diamond and two Email clubs. louth, the declarer, no*- led Ihe ace of clubs and followed \vitn another trump. West must now discard a diamond which would make both diamonds good in the dummy, or the king of clubs v.hltli would make the queen good in di:mmy, cr a heart. Hoping that East might have the heart, stopped with the jack, a smal heart \\as discarded by \Vcst. Declarer now led lh«, ace and king of hearts, dropping Wes'.'. queen, and after discarding : small heart on the king of (l!r> mends, the declare! 1 made the jac: f hearts ;in(l the small trump Jo lust two tricks. Copyright, H»3a, NEA Service, Inc. Seek Keller Children'!! Movies' SALEM, Oregon, tUP) — Capital city clubwomen are seeking- better moving picture programs or children's performances Sati-day afternoons. Several show- i E s recently brought protests, u t3 i.ubwosnen said. nvbe Fay Webb, Rudy Valcc's beauteous bride, crooned "Love ciiic Hack to Me" during those 3C30-milc telephone calls.' Mayu ot. Anyway Rudy is returning to California Won for a vacation ith Mrs. Valee. Photo shows Fay in two informal poses at the cine of'her parents In-Santa Monica, Calif. She prefers pajamas moviiln; wear. The roses', she says, are Rudy's daily gill, on elegraph order from New York. "I listen to him broadcast every ijjht and then hs telephones me," she explains. Is one of the leadin? candidates for queen ot the "Big C birkus. a I (iyl|ig jjan ^ a goWen br! nmous event of the Pacific coast campus. - As ibis Is held only once Scramb]M i esgs w m, smoke n four years tno queen selecllon Is taken very seriously. Ana Janet c n ] moll LI n savory "dish that .coul • - ' ' be made In the chafing dish fo Sunday night supper or after 11 theater. ambitious, Woodiow H»I1, and." the: most studious, -Wood • row Hall. - -..Lr;_—-- '.•• •-•-' seems regal material.- Monday evening af'the God Hotel with.Miss Cora Lee Coleman Iea3- er'of the subject, "Hcsearch Work". .' ' • - • • Baptist W. M. U. Jiauir Bu ;.The Blytheville unit.A. M. T. o! the Junior Had«ssah gave one of the mort • clever-revues of the sea- BOSS when they presented their Ju; bile, at. Temple Israel Sunday eve- vning. The revue was composed.and produced by Bennie Berflcld and in appreciation of his wort tlu> members of the unit presented him with a lovely, gift. : The cast.included the Misses Pau- llM, Sarah' and- Mildred •" Lange, • Florence ;Ariin, Emma Joe Hess, Charles Joseph, A. B. Nichols, Guy Rubensteiri; .Oscar Elliott .'and his Red Hot •Rhythm' Boys, lind Mto Grace Elliott. J. T. Sudbury pre- Etnted a specialty. After the Jubilee, th; audience «as Invited to an informal' party at the hoine.of Miss Helen Alice Sternberg,- where there was merry- The-. Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church held circle mMliigs Monday afternoon wifh" circle' "i^pV 1 gathering iti the hwterof>Mrs. -Herman . Walpole ^•itri-'.'iOTiranbe'rs- present. Mrs. Bishop ' and .' Mrs. R. L. .Recdcr talks on Women of the Bible. Mary arid 'Martha. A short, • business session was .conducted. - •.Mrs. John Meyer was hostess .0 5 members-. of • circle* No. and a Bible ludy WPS taken from the Oospcl ot John. Th c Lord's prayer was repeated In unison and Mrs. W.'M\ Willlarns followed with rt bri'^r-'business • pcr()d, Mrs Williams 'dismissed with A prayer 'Twelve members-of clrclp No. 3 gathered in the church for Ihel Bible lesson, led by. Mrs. Mahan Mrs. R. Q. Cash and Mrs. Mahni offered, prayers. Circle. No. 4 met in.thc home o Mrs. U. W. Mullins with 8 mem bers present to slurty the lessm conducted by Miss Cordelia Wil hlte. . Each . member participate In the devotional, giving llieir ta\ orite-Bible quolallon. Mrs. W. J Crowe led the business meeting. making .until-early, hours of tfc? morning. . There were visitors from Ken- nstt, sikestoh, Charleston, Caruthersville, Oscecla, Manila and Por- tagevllle. Among those attending . were Miss Fannie Becker of Sikeston, Belle Whidgor, Charleston; Phil'Finburg, Portageville; Bennie and Ell Saphiah, Carulhers'villc; Mr. and Mrs.. James Kohn and Mr. and Mrs.' Sam .tiraber,- Kennelt; Nathan and Ramelle Weinburg. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Harwarg, I. Harwarg, . SJrs.. Rose Goldberg and daughter, Miss Ruth, .Bennie and Virginia Nichols, Rose. Rubenstcui. Mrs. E. M. Jaffee and Miss Lilian of Osceoli; Mr. and 7*trs Mar BoroTsky and Mr. and.Jfrs William BoiovEky o! Manila. Bits oj Neits ,V>; Mostly Personal; Scrambled Kgtes With Smoked One-hall pound smoked salmo 1 cup solid canned lomato, r swec green pepper, 2 onions, 1 tabl |spoon" butter, 1-4 tteaspoon peppe 5 eggs. : '. Cut salmon in thin slices and soak in- water for ihree • hours, Courier News Waut Ads Pay. itcsular for Sunday School KCRTH 1IOLSTO-.'!, VirginlT., (U l ^- .Helen (Callalian, 15, h'as ot been absent from Sunday hcol in more than 12 years. R1TZ THEATER Friday, February 2<>, I*' 2 ONK—NIGHT ONI-Y—ONK Kvcrvono has heard KUTH UOYAL, (girl of 1000 songs), anil nationally known liadio Artist. / Also—Shu Hits him broadcast "I've been so lonely." CONTRACT^ •• BRIDGE: yj . Mrs. Marcus Evrari was In Mein- hlsiMonday. Mrs. S. S. . '""^ ?**• , J ''' ?' '. Cou "f /'" IP^tt"biiriiltig":•••"Scva"iw v o«'ulls- trs. Sam Joseph ,ai'e in St. Louib tehH) 5kjn _ ,,;,i dlng pepper-under or a few-days. coW walcv Cllt H , s v, in shrcl [ s John Burnetts, who Is.attending dLwnrdlng pith n , 1(i CTC .j Si Mcl . ,t M. college in JonesbDro, spent L ( j M oniolls aturday here with his mother, iir-s. , d d * , s , (l - can apply lhe well-known squeeze '.and it will oilcn prove iinpDSSi'ole BV WM. E. McKENNEY _ ! to pro tect lh e honor cards in al Srirclary, Ainerlenn Bridge I.eajnc 'suits. a general rule it is (o tlic ad- I Oll t i le ^ c;1 ( j, cl - c \v?st find (lie bridge' player lo I i,| mw if j n a predicament froi is impossible for him escape. Thc Bidding After an opening bid of o"ne spade by Soulli and several forcing bid's by North, ihc bidding ended nt six spades. Tlw i'lay The correct opening lead from the West hand—the ijueen of diamonds—was made. This was wu i AUTlCi.E NO. 453 vantage of the bridge • player 10 i i,j mso if :ohl a.; many of the high cards | whic i, is possible, since they usually ,v:n (ricks in the |ilay of the hand. However, in soin e instances, especially when you are on the de- lensc, it is much better to hav3 L. M. Burnettc'. 'Mrs. Homer Bishop ol El Paso; Texas, is visiting -n' svesk here with cla lives and friends. Mrs. rtoy Koorice has returned lo ler home-here 'after, visiting' friends m<l relatives lir Ripley, Tenn. S. C. Morris and B. Belue of 'arkln. Ark., slopped for a short isil - with • Mr. • Morris'' daughler, ilrs. Tl. O. Blankenship Monday evening after n business trip to New Madrid, Mo. Mr. mid Mrs. P. .E. Coolcjv nc- companlcd by Mr: Coolfry's mother. Mrs. Emma Burney iiucl Miss Mario Moon, drove to Scarcy during iho week-end for, n short vlsll with Miss Marlon Coolcy, who Is attending Galloway college. . Mrs. J. G. Sudbury was the guest of the Rev. and Mrs. P. A. Holloway of Newport, Ark., over the week-end. The Rev. Hollo- Stady CUss Has MtelinR. The Study class of lhe Woman Missionary society of the Fir .Methodist church met in the .way was a former pastor of the church Monday afternoon, 2:30,1 First Methodist church here, with Mrs. Max O. Usrcy as in- Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Fergus:]! structor. The fivsl number was the song,- '"Shovwrs of Blessings," followed by an oftairig- ot prayer from'Mrs. J. E. Critz. Mrs. Usrey gave a very Inlercsllng talk on '•The Unknown Billions." using as her theme lhe society's obligation lo the rural district. Mrs. R. C. Dent- closed with a prayer. are iu Kansas City, Mo., for several days visiting with relatives while Mr. Ferguson attends a lumbermen's convention. J. K. Fisher and Cecil Ulm made a business Irip to Memphis today The ninny friends ot Mrs. Robert Smart, formerly Miss Elcano Ferguson, v.ill be gliul to lean that she has recovered from month's Illness. Mr. and Mis Smart arc In Qoston, where Mr Ian Society . ----Holds A Bible Study. . Mrs. MUrsh M. Galloway was leader of a Biole £ludy from the Book ot James Monday afternoon In the First Presbyterian church .^-hen the members of the Woman's Missionary society gathered 3.V 2:30 Monday afternoon. Swlbsry School Has-Many Visitors. .„ ..,_ .„ ^ ^ •There \vsrc 211 visitors dumvj Sm ., rt ls ntlending-college. Monday. "Visitation Day," in ob- j| rs g H ^ j [a || | s COI1 (],, 0! i ^crvance of the birthday ot George , 1)er 1|0mc Qn Rosc str - -Washington at the Sudburj'school. ; at(ack of 1nn(1 ; nza .. The regular roullne ot school worjL | R Hogan, Victor pepper, ad cook- onlll sott.' tomato and • coolc a few minutes longer. Place salmon over lop ot. vegetables and cook-until it separates Into small pieces. When ready lo serve pour over eggs slightly beaten. Mis with a fork anil season-with pepper.'Cook, lifting lightly with a fork until the eggs are "set," Serve nt, ones. Finnan haddic .fritters are unusual and delicious for luncheon. Served with a hot lartar sauce they are an addition lo the family or company meal. Finnan Hatldie Fritters I One to 2 cups Halted fish, 1 1-2 cups flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, 1-4 teaspoon psppsr, 1 table- oon gral«l onion, 2-3 cup milk gB clicosc a fish that, is thick aw tort. Soak in warm water for 2 iiutcs. Drain and put on lo cooV fresh water lo covsr. Bring s to Ihc toiling point and as soo water bubbles remove .1:' one om the fire. Drain and rcm:v n and bones. Separate fish int rge ;flakes. Mix- an dsifl fbu powder and pepp:r, Slo.v d egg slightly beaten and mil a'.iiig bAttcr lo keep it .sim.M! : dd fish mid onion and sfir j:i ougli to mix well. Drop from ; siioon into deep hot fat f ill a golden brown on all s::i. rnln and serve very hot. A4 VA-K-8-3 • A-K-9-2 A10-3 VGMO-2 4 Q-J- 10-8 *K-105-2 , NORTH H m ui vt 5 H I>e.aler SOUTH A 9-7-6'-. V9-6 47-5-43 *J-7-63 AA-K-Q-J-8-5-2 VJ-7-5-4 *A «* If you must get up repcaleci'y at night; if you have a burning, uncomfortable, nervous feeling and arise in the morning tired out,- your kidneys may be causing the trouble. Use Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules regularly and see if you don't sleep soundly, feel younger, grow stronger. During 236 years this fine, old preparation has helped millions. Isn't it worth trying? 35c & 75c. GOLD MEOA«. . HAARLEM OIL CAPSULES •With a Bevy of Beautiful ; Girls featuring solo and en- 7 aemble dance routines. Admission—25 and 50c ... ™r i^auii. Mild. /TO-NIGHT eafo, purely vegetable, 'IO-MOOH.OW ttcosant-!6c. £ AIRSOHT The All- Vegetable Laxative the you e all • uro»r-ed In e- declarer high and cnvds divided S'our partner. Each member discussed a cl the book. * « • »• B. ft P. CUb H s Study. phase The Business and Professional Woman's club held a study coiirso Monday ewnlng in the club room at the OofI Hotel on "International Relations"'. 'Mrs. H. L. Reynolds had charge of lhe lesson oh the theme, "World's Famous Women" and a number of the members gave the lives and histories of Ittding women. A special musical feature was presente'3 by the: little Misses JeMdyn •-Bkmeyer, Betty Lc e Mc- Cntehen and Louise Leggett under 'tie direction of- their dancing t««clier,. Miss Marie Moon, with jijjt "Cicll Lore as accompanist. ."-Tile selection was an old fash- " minoet In keeping with __._ s day of danc- 7 »«h-U>e.iitortha and Otorge yMbfapcB ccttmm being used. A tpttttl me«ttnt wiu be held carried on until 1 o'clock when the pupils presented a pv trlollc program with the opening lumber, "America," being s\mg by the'assembly. Marie Peek gave n reading, "a^org- Washington." fol- 'owed by a pantomime of Washington's birthday by a gvo\ip of I-A boys and girls. The 5-A group presented a. Washington playlet %nd Enrlene Damon read "Washington's Family." A chorus of songs was simg by Ihc 6-B group with Miss Alma Peters at the piano. 'The Boyhood of Washington." was read by WinitJeS Crawford and a "stunt. "The Thirteen Stillwell an Mrs. Clarence Holder wcr? i Memphis yesterday lo be wit Mrs. Roy Hogau who underwcn a minor operation in the Bnpt! hospital. They returned last nlgl and reported her-as resting we •md expected to recover soon. Jack Diliman of Birmlnglun Ala., has returned after so.'er weeks of transacting business her Jake Huffman will return t latter part of the week fro Charleston. Mo., where he is a tending to business. Mrs. J. T. Phillips and so Murray of Chicago arrived Su dav lo spend a week with M pal ot Hie school, save interesting sketch of the ionic address to the visitors and extended invitation to visit a V 'very! and Mrs. C. life of I werc "^t in ?IUC Crlgger, Mrs E. Criggi Memphis En! 11 Rob Tt M n n Harmon Robinson. George Williams hns retun to Cincinnati. Ohio, after a wee the pupils at any lime. The to Cincinnati. Ohio, a assembly was dismissed at two business trip spent m o'clock and the pupils resumed tViEif work. Hospital Notes Miss Helen Brackin of Huffman was rushed to the Blytheville hospital last night for an emergency appendicitis operation. Tomorrcw's Menu BREAKFAST Stewed drlti! ni:i- cts, cereal, cream, fish mush. irxk. offce. LUNCHEON: Cream of CD™ <. :p itli pop-corn, fruit salad, EC.I'.'.II-.I oils. milk. tea. tKNNEB: Slutted and r«::M rcast of vcBl,"neiv fccels in .-.;.,:.:; anee, macaroni salad, raisin )y.rA- ing. milk, coffee. omy In the Baptist ho^p-.'..; .;, Memphis. Is ImproviiiR rapid;-. ...,.| expects to be brought hoir.e T'..-.i:s- dny. Mrs. Helen Blylhe Is i:r.;>' -..j.j itter several days oi fcrio::< •.;.less. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. T, :r spirit Sunday In Memphis. Blylhcville. Will!;, here he was guest of his parents. Mr. and J Sidney Williams of Armovcl. R. A. Nelson spenl Sunday in Memphis. R. E. Lee Wilson, Gillette and Roy Wilson ot Wilson attend -d to business In Armorel Monday. . Miss Chorleen Robinson, who rcccnlly underwent an appendc:- Sweet Cream 30c Lb Dulle BENNETT'S PASTEURI/KD Mll.!\ lOc Quart Delivi-rcil Phone for economy and comfort Electric service has many talents: it cooks and cleans, it preserves your toed, it washes and irons, it sweeps the rugs, it heats water or chills a dessert, it illuminates your home with its warm, cheery glow. Take a little inventory! There is more money to be saved, more leisure to be gained, if yoo-let electricity do more for you. And remember —' is cAcapf' HATS Of course, you'll want a new Hat . . . most men do at this season of the year. And what better shop can you visit tliiin ours where styles are authentic, where colors are correct and where duality is a certainty. 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