The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1931 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 26, 1931
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' FK1DAY, JUNE 2G, 1031 RM'THEVIU.E. (AHK.V COUH1RU NKVTS Society Calendar Saturday There will be a slory hour at Hie ntylhevllle library. Belles and Beaux Masonic, Kaslrrn Sfar <Mfleers Are Installed The Kasonlo I-od?e and the Kasiern Stnr held a joint installation. Wednesday evening when elsvcn officers of the Cliickasawba lodge P. nnd A. M. and 'JO officers of Ihe Eastern Stnr were placed in charge of these groups. In the social hour which followed the women served salads, sandwiches and cold drinks. The Masonic officers ore: Robert E. Hlaytock. worshipful master; Fred Wahl, senior Warden; Raphael Sallba. junior ward;n; L. A. Waters, secretary; E. M. Terry, treasurer; J. O. Barnes, senior deacon; lien Wiggins, junior deacon; F. W. Carlock. senior slcw- ,' nrl; E. B. D.ivid. junior Stewart; • H. E. l*ingley. tylcr, W. J. LcRoy. acting 'Chaplain.. In UK .Eastern Star the officers are; Miss Cora I.ce Colcman, worthy matron; E. P. Illomeyer. worthy patron; Mrs. W. A. Stiekmon associate matron; .W. W. Hollipeter, associate patron; Mrs. E. L Jones, secretary: Mrs. S. P. Martin treasurer; Mrs. L. M. Burn- ctte. conductress; Mrs. Bob Cops- land, associate conductress; Mrs. Bob Baines. marshall: Mrs. Loy Welch chaplain; Miss Myrtle Jones organist; John Orable. sen- ISn^l' Mrs.WAV. Hollipeter. warder: Mrs J. T. Alford, Ada: Mrs. E. T.. Wilson, Ruth; Mrs.-E. F. Blomeycr, Esther;'Mrs. J. D..Rmith, Martha; Jfrs. Fred Wahl, Electra. Bits of News Mostly Personal and his younger brother, Morris King Thompson, of Dexlcr. Mo., who with tiieir mother, are visiting rol- Rtives here. Hugh Nelson is 7 and the curly hailed toy 3. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gnocli have as their quests Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C. Hnrberl, o!. Memphis, nnd Mr:.. John W. Scott, c.r Marion. Mrs. liyron Bartholomew nnd two son:; returned to their home in Memphis last- ulshl after a visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S. Lang- rion and fiunllv. Mr. Uailholomew motored over tor them, ucmnpun- icd by Mr. and Mrs. John l.e Comptc. ol Springncld. Mo. Cnifton James, of Osceola, the guest ol Miss Virginia Bio- meyer last evening. n. II. Uiackwood jr., of Liltb Rork. Is the nuc:.l of K-iatives liere for several days. Jliss Juanita Martin left today fer l'.:r home in LexinRUin, Ky.. after FiwnilhiB ten days hire wllh her sister, Mrs. John W. Myth? and family having been caller! here l:ernii!.'> of tile dcalh of Mr. Blyllie. Miss Jennie Crowder has returned lo Memphis-after visiting vcla- O^ceo/o Society—Personal Kkron News Notes Porter Smith nnd .son William spent Tue.-dny ntijhl at liln Uike with Taylor Smith. Alfred Western had as his euest Tuesday nnd Wednesday, Ills brother. Jim Western of Memphis. Mrs. U'ilu Flanks thi! K"e of Mrs, 1?. E. Jordan Tlmr;,d:iy. Mis. Gladys Duncan visl'.ed Mrs. llscl Tomllnson at Half Moon Tlmrsdny. Mrs. Onlcy Stone and MKs Hk'hard'con v.'cie Rue.sls of Mary and Cleo Mitnuum S-.i! Mrs. W. C.'Stonii visited Mrs E. L. 'I'cuford on Twenty Nine Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Wnlker hat as llicir dinner gue.sls Smulay. Mr ind Mrs. Grim Kills ol near n;ll Mte Anna Bell Ryan of- Dell \va: he ei-st of Mrs. Tom Hart Sun day. Mrs. Cpra Halt had a.s her guest !or the week-end her daiifih'.cr, Mrs "Iiirlls Connellv of Clear Liikf. Miss Elizabeth Jordan had as licr lucst Sunday Miss Paulino Schovsll of Half Moon. Miss Margie Conner wns tiie gu^sl ot Miss Bertha Williams Sunday. PAGE THTtEl!, SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN ' clilrV.™ Is to:ist or in c roil iiln lira. IIV KlSTi:i{ MAltV Xf|A Seivlff Wrltfr Chicken Is Always a safe cholro i serve a cruup of )>eu|)lv whose is'!"- are not well [iiinvvn lo the lo-iess. Kveryon? likes It and even L" on a reducing diet usually MI It. Urolled chicken u^K-m:. in mnny, H-cp:: and the mciu !s li-ud'.'i- :ind' '.rll-Kjus. l--il,.,1 chk'ken also lsi ta , mv , n , vllw onu „ morsel, a bit more „,,,.„ ln , ,. 3 , lmsl roivril on Chinese. Chlrkrn Three nips diced chicken, 1 cii[ ilnilnnl crushed pineapple, 3 la blosponus bulcr, '2 tflblrsponns Hour, 1-2 (cnspoon salt, 1-4 tea- I sixinn white pepper. I 12 cups nppeaK in ninny I chicken Mock. The chirkon s'.ock can b 11 nvide two bouillon HIM Ix'llntr wilier. coconmu In a band , acrow the center of ,' Ihe curry, plnce a' lino ol Jelly on cither side of cocoanul, uinl pnl the nuts In mounds nl the flirts. Jusl Insiito Ihe border. Chicken .snow Is a combination of chicken nnd potatoes tli3t Is im- nnd practical. Chicken Snow - Fox Hunters CwTehe in Annual CAMDEN, Ark., June 28:.' (UP)— More than 500 sportsmen from »ll parts ol the state were at. Pale Springs near here this- afternoon „, for tiie annual convenllon of UK livo cups noi .riccd potntws. 2 stmlh Arkansas Kox Hunters asso tablespoons, butter, i VKe , 1-2 tca- sall, 1-2 cnp hot mini, 2 dlml Have Lawn Party. Tiie Intermediate rtcpartment o! the First Banlist Sunday school had a lawn party lasl evening at the try home west of Osceola. host- A morning at contract br'nlpe tives for several wc,:ks. Chailcs Layman, of Memphis, is visiting friends here for severa djys.. He formerly lived in this city. Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson and . son, Hugh Nelson jr.. and Morris i Xinic. of Dexter, Mo., arrived lo-1 day for n visit with relatives/They ! were accompanied by Mrs. J. L. ! Thompson and son. Jlinmie Jr.. of j Memphis, who will return home - =n ^ = ^|thls nficrnoon. Mrs. Herbert Shippcn yesterday! Kvercll McDowell will leave lo- cnlertained the wo tab'.e bridal morrow /or |»ints in Missouri Haivcy IlarRctl nnd family visited in Blylhsvllle Sunday. Olcii Cox nnd Ellis Nichols spent Sunday In Dlythe'viile. Lester Recms of Unilaud was tho •|l;.-t.inlVnl Ihuu Ihc brolli'il meat, ml i.'ndiT nnd delicately flavored, i ;\ rhlrkcn of fryirii! M/e also cuiv roasted (o oxcelh'nt ailvanliivii 1 ii:'d is p.irticularly suitable for 'iiimner dinners. Of course these methods of eonk- 'iiiy br.s[)c.3k birds fre.sli from the market, but there nrc so ninny l:iiirs n chicken dish Is wanted. <<! 'ii fresh ehlrl'.m is not avatl- ::l»!n. that the busy housewife will !iii[| It well worth her while lo be- I'linc urqualiiteil with the ninny excellent bi-nmls of cann?il chlck- '•u on the mack-jt. Takn Care in Uniting There Is one precaution to keep In mind when reheating precooked rhk-kcn, In? it caned or left-over Oo not '.;i the meat actually cook during the reheating process, It list only loses Its llavor but be r^uics lough uiul . dry. Cook the fa uce thoroughly and mid the chicken just enough lo rchiMil it. Chicken a In kinr; ,1s a popnla sfamlhy, but seems ratlier prosnl cups diced chicken, 1 tcnspjon minced parsley. )".?at cut' until llpht anil add with buiier. sail nnd mlllc lo po- I alecs. i;-nt hard nnd niW chicken nnd parsley. Turn into n buttered ' ill.-.h anil bake 20 minutes In oven, iierve guest of Tom Richardson last week- i compaicd with some of the ncwe end: -. | ciniibinnllrms.' ' There arc Chinese chicken ant Hawaiian ch!ck.?ti nnd East Indlai Cape Town and Cairo is not yet curry ot chicken, chicken paprik :u:iiploU!tl. It Is finished from ami nn infinite number of dlslic. :a.}-.c Town to Lake- Tanganyika, Unit have nn exotic .summery llnv :xcepl for a short stretch. or most nllurlni; in hot weater. •lub to wliicil slic belongs and threa where he will spend his vacation, extra tables of gnssts (it her conn- Mr. and Mrs. CD Scott luvc church with the teacher as • esses for tile 30 guesis. Miss Eunice Jenkins is superintendent of t'ns eroup. " Cooling refreshments were serv- cJ after two hours of out domr gniiies. • * * Many Visitors Altcnd the Dinre. ' ^ Jan Gnrbcr anil his rccordiiiE or' ~ eliestra furnished the music for a dunce at tiie Armory last «vrnltv» which was attended by a number of out o! town pussts from Dvcrs- followed by the serving nf n delicious luncheon and prizes were awarded Mrs. VI. J. Dycss for high score' among club members, Miss Josephine Montague for hi?h guest score and Miss Mary Catherine Ward for low score. • « * \frs. James Driver entertained e returned from Little Rock whete they were called because of the illiiEis of Mrs. Scctt's aunt. Mrs. E. C. Kins. Mrs. n. W. Gaskins is a at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mr. and Mis. James H. Bcil ami Mrs. T. J. Mnlian returned last i night from Memphis where Mr. Bell i underwent a tonsilcclomy at (tic iEantht hospital. John Me.han. who recently The proiw.ssd railroad l>ctween Mrlt butler and add plneunph'. 'ok n few mlmilos and sift over our udxcil wllh i-nlt nnd i^pjifr, ,llr unlll thnrouchly biendcd uiul iowlv add Mock. slhi'lnH conslant- y. Cook nnd stir mil II mixture s hnrcl. Add sliced chicken nnd rnok ever hot witer for 15 ninnies. Serve narnlslu-d with chopped snll-d Hbnonds nnd n 1 of currant jelly or Unr-le-I)uc currants. Curry of chicken . Is served In n jwder of ilce with n 1:111 niKli of cdiled cocoaniit. currnnt jcllv and chupmi almonds. clntlon which will «nd Sunday A barbecue will follow this afternoon's business session with a hunt Uclnij staged tonight', Nearly'200 doss will be In the ciiasc. creamed p;';is iind fruit salad, .Muulay's Menu imEAKFAST — I'resh uproots,' cereal, cu-am. poaelied euus on crahiim to-.'.sl, luilk. coffee. t,UNCHl-:ON-Ciir;-y of chicken, Muffed tumiito salad, [iilnt pur- fall, mil cookie*. Iwd lea nnd luuijjuidc. UINNKII — Venl cullets. milk Rrnvy. i-lfed pctalors, splnncli in Uniun butter, head lettuce wllh hard rooked CCR dwRslnc. red ins])lu-rrle!; nnd cream, cup rakes, milk, cutfce. - - i « m i. onion, 3 tablraixwns fluur. 1 lon- Bpoon curry iwwder. I scnnt lea- .|Knn snll. 1 cup thin cream, 1 1-3 cup shredded ococanut, spools curranl jelly. M.otorisl Offers Chief of Police "Little Nip" QUINCY, Mass.. (UP) — Frnnk linssell when he .sloped his car to usk a ncdcsirhm for a match. A Girl companion of Fiirrell of- fcrcil till 1 strnngor n drink. The stranger, wlio proved lo ba Pollco Melt butler nnd mill onion finely minced. Cook over n low (lie until unlo ills lpml?r Add flour. cl , l( , r „_ j M \ Mn . nm , stcrt F!U .. curry powder nnd salt mixed nnd ' sifted. Rtlr and cook nptll hiibl-lim. and frolliy. Add cienin nnd stock nnd cook, stirrlmj constantly until r,\Ul> Ol-' THANKS mixture Inills. Cook three minutes! Members cf the family of ' In I'liin-t Fnrrell for drunken driving. (lnc( the an dadd diced chicken. Cook over late John W. lllythc nve'apprcclabolllni: wilier for tan minules anil live of the kindnesses shown serve In a border of rice. Arrnnsi' their n'cenl bcrc.ivemenl. COMMIRSIONKR'S SAI.F NOTICB Is hereby given thst (lie undersigned commissioner, In compliance ' wllh the terms of. a decree rendered by Hie/ Chancery Court for, the Chlckasawba. District of Mississippi County Ar innsns, on the 15 day of May," 1931. wherein' Biullnblc Btilldlng Loan Association, was Plaintiff, No. 4316 ' and W. D. Osbron, cl- al., *crc Defendants-, will cell'at'public auc Ion lo Ihe highest nnd. best; bidder, on si crcdll . of three '. (3) niohlhs. at the front door' of Ihc Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, In the City of- lilythevllle, Arkansas',, on llie 25fh day of July, 10D31, the folio'wln^ real estate, to-wlt: • ' North Hnlf of Lot dno (1), Dlock 33. Blvthe Third Addition lo Blythevlllc.'-Arkan5n.s, SAID sale will be had to satisfy said dccrco In tho 'sum of $2, OC8.C5, with 10 ;p:r cent Interest from May 15^ 1^31, .;--." THE iHirchaser al' said tale »ill be required to cxcculc bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the imrchase money, and a Hen will be retained' upon said property ns additional security for the payment- of such purchase money. .•;".. WITNESS my hnnd and the. wal of snld Court, on this, the 28th' day of June, 1931. ' R,. L. (3AINES, Commissioner In .Chancery. Good - theifve qot h:irg. Memnhis. Osceola. Carnthcrs- cc ola, Mrs. Hugh and Miss viilc. .Wilson, Kennett. .lonesbnrn. j Josephine Montague of Memphis. Porta^pvillc. u-ho are visitil the three table brklce .club to which dCT , vcllt '„„' operation at llie Mem- Giic belongs at her country horn? ! ' south of town, extra jiuesis including her sifter. Miss Masie Brown of Luxora. Mrs. Guy Bryant of Os- Pnra^oidd, Ijiivora, Liltle Rock. Rcmth nnrl Mnlrlen. Several spodaltv nmnbers affo r d- ed additional enterlninmenl for the tlancers. « '• » 'j.^kc Street Society Will M^ol Mrntlilv. The Wr-mmi's JT''.«i"nivv en:i->ti- of (he T.ike Strc n l .Viet'iortist rliiir fll i relatives he-re. Kigh pccre prizes wrre V.D:I by Mrs. H. L. Quinn and ?vfrs. Guv Bryant nnd delicious refreshments were served following the gam?. • « • Mrs. W. E. Hunt entcrlained al pjidge complimenting Mrs. Tlnci Feiton of Houston. Tnxas. wro is visitine her parents, Mr. and Mrs. •I ninnihlv install of wn»i-- [ j. H.'Lovcwell. in Oswola. Iv during Julv nnrl Aii7iist. rvo-^vn'" an'l hrsiness p-i^^tm^ v.-.'i )« pombin'rl ti-e srco"-i Monday af- ternosn of caf-h month. rM.,l> T'le tn Mecf 'S Work- nr?nni7at'nn j A dolicioiis salad course was.serv- ed following Ihc ?ame and high rcore prize ' awarded Miss Dixie Hampson. Mrs. D. S. Laiicy cut consolation favor and tiie hororee was presented a favor. evenine at seven- Circle number three this tlilrly- o'r-iock. Mrs. O. P. Moss as cnnlrrnnn will pnrve the men a <-nlri meat snp~>r. Tinder llie le.idershiD of Mr. phis Baptist hospital, is daily Improving and will probably be brought home williin several davs. Mrs. R. F. Kirshncr and daughter, Nancy, hays gone to Frankfort. Mich., where they will spend tin- remainder of Ihe summer at tteir summer cottage on Lake Mk-hnan. Mrs. I. R. Johnson, accoompin- ied by Mrs. Ij. I,. MeDsarman of Luxora, Is spending today In Memphis. Sterling V/ood. of Walnut nklte. snpnt last T.|i»ht here with Mrs. anil tinughtbr. ie here Wednesday morning Members of the Isvo tabls club cnjcyetl the morning at contract bridge, after which a delicious luncheon was scrvea High score club | Chinese farmers and business men, prize was won by Mrs. A. W. Bow- i who arc fleeing for their lives. Mon<ro!iao Bandits Drive Residents from Homes PEIPING. (UP)—Thousands of Mongol refugees arc pourine from Outer Mongolia, leaving most of their flocks nnd liords behind them, ncrordin? fo n traveler just returned from that renion. The Outer Mongolian government is rapidly breaking down, the trnveter stated,' nnd Mongols are suffering the same fnte as Thninas Seeov the men will dLs cnss the prnhl?m "The Imneraiive of Home Missions Tod?.v." Tliis -l cn ' ^ Irs ' HorlK ' r ' Shipp?n won high I)rlZL ' an(1 Mra ' •'• w - C:irt " il1 i r ' rll( consolation Invor. .subiect will Iw discussed from the vipivp'oint that will be arrived at from the quretion. "Will Preaching of the Oosivl T;i Pow»r of the The Holv Soirit Chan?c Conditions Today?" Historical facts of oilier revivals in Home Mission fields Mill be discussed nnd then nn application! of today- will be mac 1 ? the conditions Some of thrw who will have part on the program arc Roy Walton. Rav Worthington. G. R. Crockett, C. M. Gr.ij\ J. Nick Thomas and Fred Sande fur. All men who worship in tiie Presbyterian Congregation are invited to this .supper and program. Walker's Lake .News Miss Annh Bell Jenkins has returned from Mcmnhis where she has been visiting her sister. Mrs. C. L., Williams. Mrs. Louise Halley nnd litlle son Charles are visiting relatives here. Mr. Ralph Briggancc nnd Miss Virginia GOS.S attended the p.irty nt Mrs. Christford's Saturday nlghl. MKs Ilia Uishop spent Saturday with Mis-, Wilma Hatley. Miss Verdie Brewer was the guest of Miss Myrtis Nolen, Saturday nlaht. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fowler of Promise Land visited relalivcs liere Monday evening. Miss Ixwa Briggancc spent Wednesday at Cooler. Mrs. FM Pullen and E. J. Pullcn of Kowancc, Mo., were visiting Mr. nnrl Mrs. Charlie Briggance, Tuesday. Yrr,. Harry Smith entertained with a dance at her home Friday IllBlll. I.orJ's Prayer Their Sentence BOSTO^f. (UP)—When Carl Sa- Hn and M'kc Yasuck appeared bo fore him on charges of mutual assault. Municipal Judge Michael J. Murray agreed to flic Ihelr rases !( they would recite the Ixird's prayer Ihiec times in each other's prc;. Mongol and Chinese residents, and tllc eovcrnmcnl seems unable to protect tlicm. Attending tiie dance in Blytheville lasl evening were a number of Osccolans includhig the Mr. and Mrs. Cli.irfcs Colennn. Mr. and Mrs. Ciodfrey White. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Dyess. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Driver jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Den JSutler. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Driver, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy. Mr. and Mrs. Ktmore Smith. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Hughey. M^isscs Josephine and Eva Montague, Julia Driver sr., A. G. Erickcy jr.. Hal: Jackson nnd C. J. Lowrance jr. Miss Mary Belle Cowan returned Wednesday evening from Memphis ' where she has been in the? Methodist hospital for the past two weeks following an operation for appnrlicilis Miss Myra Ma! Knilling Is in Methodist hospital. Memphis, where she underwent a successful opera- Craig, Mary Sue Hale ami louiwl t:en for appendicitis the first of Halt, Mrs. II. J. Hale, Mrs. w. •!. I the week. Just Lcofc At These Cool, Colorful Voile Frocks J'Jcnio, inccnio, niinio, moc! You'll find it linnl to elioosc umonjr lliesc lirisk little house frocks. They an: nil .so attractive in color and styling, so delightfully cool and summery aiid s'o sure to launder easily and well. These little frocks are full cut, well made and every scam is carefully" sewn. Sixes range from 16 to 'M. Guaranteed not lo shrink or fade: $1 .95 1 PHONE Z2O EVERY DAY NEWSPAPER WORKERS ilN THEU. S.A.I ' V. gather and print the news of the world! Rain or shine, day or night, war or peace—it's all the sametpttivnewl- paper man. Th« p.ap«r mo»l com* out! The story must be "in" ort . lime. Find a faster workor anywhere! Or o smarter one I Regular fellows, theso cltizenil •J DIG OUT THE FACTS! The facts about CHESTERFIELD stand proved again and again. A MILDER cigarette: smoke as many as you like. A BETTER-TASTING cigarette: you know that the minute you light up. Made of RIPER, MILDER tobaccos and PURE cigarette paper.. Every CHESTERFIELD is well- filled and BURNS EVENLY. Add the FACT that more men and women every day are changing to CHESTERFIELD. Chesterfield «1931. Ltcorrr A- MvmTOMf co Co. THEY'RE MIIDE& ,

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