The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1936 · Page 4
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PAGE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.); COURIER NEWS x Social Calendar • FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. : W. Adams nnd Mrs Charles Alford having belief! bridge and rook party at Adams home for U. D. c., 2:30 P. M. Ladles Bible class, First Methodist ; church, meeting at home of Mrs. Sallie Hubler, 1i30 p.m. Dulth Luncheon elub meets with Mrs. Lafayette May. SUNDAY'S EVENTS Blomeyer-Cookc wedding to be solemnized at the Bloincyer residence, 0 A. M. Kennclh Garrison To Wed Memphis- Girl Kennclh Garrison will go lo Memphis this attcnioon where hts marriage to Miss Sum Rebecca Holloway will be solemnized Friday night,' 8:30 o'clock, nt the Speedway Termcc Danllst church. The service will lie performed by (he Rev. K. B. Garrison of Scottsville, Ky,.' father of the bridegroom. Clui'mxlng a scries of affairs Biven for llic bride will bo a rc- licarsfll party tonight given by .Misses Catherine Martin imil Norma Brown, nt tile Brown home, forlhcjr cousin. They will be assisted In entertaining by Miss Brown's 'mother, Mrs. Roy Brown. Members of the bridal party .who will attend arc: Misses, Huth Lambert, Shirley Vast, Mnrjorie '.Garrison,: Martha Peterson nnd Richard Dolbcer, Robert McGinnis, Gillcy .'Fleming, Jimmv Kelly, : Robert Garrison, Vernon Ellis, Rudy Holloway anil Bobby Pclersoii nnd Vance Henderson, of here. At & ij * • + To Compliment Softball Girls. Jack Anpleb'num'nud J. A. Leech will .compliment members of the Appletanm's anrt . Coca Cola Bottling Company Girls Softball teams with a dinner party tonight. There will be 40 preceut Alter dinner, at the Hotel Noble, they will nttcml the Rilz theater. * 4 • Circles Meet. Circles .of Ihe Woman's Auxiliary of the First Prcsbytciiaii .chinch had 'meetings Monday nf- tenioon when the members studied Japan for the mission study and had a Bible lesson. Eleven attended the meeting of circle 1, at the home of Ate. James B Clark Mis Roy Walton gave the program and Mis c. M. Gray, the Bible study. , Mrs. J. Nick Thomas nnd Mrs. w. A. Douyns entertained circle 2 nt the Thomas home when seven attended. Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon conducted the Bible lesson. In circle 3, nine were present at the home oof Mrs. Dixie Crawford. The program was given by Mis. ,G; W. Dillnhunty after Mrs. Fred Sandefitr conducted the Blbls study. . Members of circle 4 had a wcincr roast at the home of MrS s E. Vail when 'Mrs. B. J. Allen was also hostess Included in those present was Miss Lena Mae Oliver, a guest. .All look part on the program which followed the .Bible study given by Mrs:. T St«art H. Salmon. « * * Class to Elect. The ladies Bible class of the First Methodist church will have Its annual election o[ officers in a meeting Friday, night at the home of Mrs. Sallie Hubler, 7:30 o'clock. * • * Junior-Sciiior High r.-T. A. Makes I'lans Tile Jinnoi -Senior High School Parent-Teacher Association will sponsor:,! tag day Saturday, September 26, and will also have a rummage sale on the same day. , Fur Accessories Match Goal Collar In n greased loaf-shaped baking dish. Then make (ho t^icc this way Pour the scalded milk over the bread crumbs.'' Allow the cruml;. 1 ! lo dissolve slightly. Add the melted butter to the milk ami crumbs, then all Hie seasonings nnd cheese. licat the eggs well and nild_ them last P.ciir the macaroni. Ihc en live mixture over Set the dish In a pan of hot water and bake In a moderate (350 degree) oven '& minutes or until the Mousse seems firm Test It by inserting ft knife in tlte Denier. Turn It, out on a platter and decorate with watercress - or tomato slices. Macaroni Mousse can be ed with cold meals or is satisfying l;y "-to ten Bits of News Mostly Personal Arthur Nabers was Inkcii to the St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis, yesterday. ; • •' '' it'l Mrs. Herman George, of'Lux- ora, was admitted to the Memphis liaptist hospital yesterday. iillly Goode, of Victoria, has been admitted to the Memphis Rimtlst hospital. > Carl Ganske underwent nn emergency operation for apriendl- cills at midnight last night at the Blythevllle hospital. ' Estes W. Mann, of. Memphis, at- Icndcd to business here last night and Ihis morning. Manila Society — Personal Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pierce, an eight pound boy, Sunday, September 13. Howard Phillips and Miss Zora Miller spent Monday in Blyth"- vitle oh business. C. w. Tiptou nnd daughters, Misses Catherine and Edith nnd son, Dude, spent Tuesday in Memphis attending the fair. Otis Go/a nnd family motored to Joncsboro Sunday on business Miss Babe rtuth Mefntosh is visiting In Blyihcville today. Mrs Max R. Lang of Boulder City, Nev., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, B. W . cowan of Manila. George Henry of Manila Is in a hospital nt Memphis where IIP was taken niter suffering a strode I of paralysis early this week " ' fnc Methodist Missionary So"- A dinner based - "r"',",'" '" n '" 1:>1 J" Mr. ami Mrs. J. L. Thompson . uu in thick slices I jr., who travel out of Memphis, are guests of Mr. ai-.il Mrs. Hugh on Hits Mac- - - aroni Mousse is: consomme with fresh vegetables, Macaroni Mousse. mixed greens salad with gar- Nelson Thompson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. McCulclien have as their giiesls, Mr. MeCnt- chen's mother, Mrs. Lucy McCut- „ , —. -. -, . j m- , iTcnch dressing, maraschino' ehcn, his aunts, Mrs. T. A Med- Ru,,inn cream, coffee. |, C y and Mrs, Margaret E. Bailey, JM.ir.i&i: lino Russian Cream mother of Governor-elect Carl Bai- inrcc tablespoons sugar, 1-3 ley, and her son, Marvin Bailey ••' • ' " . " } . Boycllc-aiarsliall Miss Christine Marshall and Jack Boyette" were married Saturday night at the home of Justice G. L. Waddcil, Osccola, who performed the service. Mrs. Boycttc is the niece of Mr.! nnd Mrs. ,Frtd Wilson. The bride- i groom is the grandson of Mrs. C.' B. Hancy, of Osccola. teaspoon salt, 2 eggs, 3-4 cup milk, scalded, 1 teaspoon vaiiilla, 1 paeknge lemon-flavored gelatin, I cup warm water, 1-4 cup maraschino cherry juice, 1-2 teaspoon iilmund extract. Add sugar and salt, to eggs anil bent slightly. Pour small amount of milk over eggs, stirring vigorously, return to remaining In double boiler and cook umn mixture coats spoon, stirring con- mill ilniilly. Remove from flr'et Chill. of Campbell, Mo. Jack Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Smith, Mm'Scnvcnt nn 'operation for appendicitis Monday at the BIytheville hospital, 'ills'condition is very good. Mrs. Howard 'Proctor,. wlib has gone to Hot Springs,-where sho is to be assistant secretary to the Democratic convention, will go from (here to Cleveland, O., for the national convention of the American UissolvB gelatin in warm water. Add salt, cherry juice and flavor- Ing. Chill until cold and syrupy Place in bowl of cracked Ice or Add | Legion _.. Mrs. E. S, Molt had, as her guests S mid ay, her son, A. C. Molt, and family, who are moving from crala, Fla., to Providence, R. 1, and Mr. and. Mrs. Louis C. Mott, of Mem- Ice water anil whip with rotary phis. Louis Mott is li=r grandson f-KK beater until milly mid (hlc-k I Dr. anil Mrs. H. A. Taylor and ike whipped cream. Then beat Mr. and Mrs. o. W. McCulchen In custard. Turn inlo cone-simp- , have gone to Little Rock'and Ho' cil molds. Chill until firm. Uu- , Springs, going over for t>2 Damj- iiiold. Garnish with , whipped eratic convention. . , and slices of maraschino j Mrs, C. E. Cnggcr, Mrs. Bernard THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1030 Icly of Manila were Hie guests of! Mrs. Rulau Ashabranner of Bly- thcvillc Friday afternoon, About thirty were present. Out of town visitors were Mrs. Mike Thcmle of Texas, Miss Allce_ Colcman of Edge wood, Texas, 'Mi's. George' Snider, Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mis.i Cnllcndei) and her mollier Mre.l Bullock, Mrs. Crlttenden was assistant hostess. I Miss Cpra Lee Coleman of Bly- : Ilicpllle nnd Miss Little, head of the recrealional program, met! with the Home Demonstration Cluo of Manila Saturday afternoon. Mr. H. W. Cowan of Manila and hh sister Mrs, Max R. Lang of. Boulder City, Nev., were visiting! In Oscecki and Memphis Monday i Mrs. Clauct Craln Is In the' Bly-' ville hospital having her tonsils removed.. New Yo'rk City consumes more milk-one pint dally per head of population—thhn any other city in j the u'orld. Following R are Ham-! burg, Germany; Copjnlmsen, Berlin, London, and Paris. The coral snake is extremely dai'J gcious, and is found from St Carolina lo the Gulf slates! if southward into Mexico and CetiJ America. TOO LATH TO CLASSIFY Fur llent Modern FURNISHED BEDROOM;! 1000 W. Walnut St. 17-ck-j \ SBSfepss^Ltx'; SPOOT WALKS" 1 for YtyjM t-KXiUnS J crenm cherries. This SCITCS six. As vivacious hi detail as its wearer, this lovely topcoat of smooth dark gray woolen molds the 1)311™ flatteringly, it's worn with a grey Persian lint and muff which match (he tailored collar. Macaroni Mousse Is Templing Maraschino Russian .Cream, looking si> (cmptiujr, is light anil delicately flavored. It is niailo of milk, r KS and gelatin. Read,Courier News Want Ads. By NE.-V Service. , •For'an early fall dinner that Is I to be meatless, M^aroiil Mousse is n nutritious and Inexpensive main dish. No 117- pretending, though, that, its caloric count is not high. Members of the family who are watching their waistlines will have to take slim hclpingsj This mousse is baked in n loaf form, unmoldcd on the platter, and served hot. Macaroni Mousse for Six One cup elbow macaroni, 1 1-2 cnps scalded milk, 1 cup soil bread crumbs, 1-4 cup incited butter, 1 green pepper, minced, I pimento, minced. 1 tablespoon chopped pnvslcy, 2 tablespoons minced onion, 1 teaspoon stilt, 1-2 teaspoon paprika, 1-2 cup grated cheese, 3 eggs. 1 Boll the macaroni in salted, boil- Ing water. Use the kind that is rtone in nine minutes. Drain and place the macaroni Attractive THE INNER SOIE This exclusive feoturc tioldi yoor foot in Ihe line of grace and comfort. Helps prevent Wobbly Ankles. And so this smart shoe is not only lovely lo look mt lovely lo walk in. at bit' r U— up, KMHRYN - NEW ECONOMY SHOP Ingram Bldg. . pi lolle 951 ..-. yes, very. 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