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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 17, 1934
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NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1984V] Scfcifci Calendai Bible stndj of'C&urch of Christ with Urs. Bbert Alley. ^9 M IE-D V DAN THOMAS — GEORGE SCARBO CteM Aartuufers Meet. Ttie Christ Ambassadors of the Assembly of God church met Sunday evening. In the absence of Oie president, who was at Little River holding service, Miss Oille Burns conducted the service. We li»d a very Interesting and Instructive discussion on lite first five books of Mark. We have the next five for next Sunday. We enjoyed two special songs by. Miss Woodard. All young people are cordially Invited to attend our class each Sunday evening al 7 pjn. Clirles Meet. Circles of the Woman's MU- sicnary society of the l r lrst Metli cdisl church met Monday aftci- r.uon. Tlie firtt group was entir tallied by Mrs. Marcus Evrard am Mrs. B. M. Matthews at the Evrard home wh°n 12 attended Mrs.' Hiram Wylie gave Ihe U'S- tori" and Mrs. Emma Brjrney g »' report of the Spiritual Culti- Tatlon meeting she atleiulid a JonMtoro. Cookies, mints aud ic;o tea were served. Mrs. S. P. Martin, Mrs. M. G Goodwin and Mrs. J. G. Sudbur; entertained circle 2 at thj Martu home. The leston was' given b Mrs. Jnmts Hill, Jr., before th hostesses served sherbet and cake . Circles 3 and 4 met with Mr- F. H. Acton and Mr.«. Jack Blsiio at the Aclon home. Mrs. O. 0 Ganske gnvo the devotional. Sum) wiches, cake and Iced lea wer served Uie 11 present. Prtsbyttliin Wcmcn Mctt. . Membirs of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Pr&bylerlnn church combined Ihe circle and auxiliary meetings for July In double meetlnf.-,. Monday afternoon at the church. Prior to the program, circles 1, 2 and 3 held separate sessions for transacting • business and the Bible study on '•The Miracle Ministry of the Master." Using "Christian Character, th: Basic Need of Tidav" as her subject, Mrs. B. R. Allen, auxiliary, program leader, defined character, as taken. Iro'm the.dictionary, and then d'flmd' Christian character, as taken from tin Scriptures. In dfcfcufstng the organizations on which the aiurcn. depends*for the achievement ol Chrlstfafr'chnrac- - ler, Miss Jeanne Harrison spoke on the home.- Mre. Fred Sandefur on the school, Miss Elsie Hale of Cape, Mo., on today's religious education and Miss Mabel Simon on Christian schools and colleges. For the devotional Miss Margaret Gray spoke on "Search the Scriptures', assisted by Mrs. C. M. Gray. Miss Mary Virginia Cutler, win was a delegate from the auxiliary to ths young people's conferenc; at Fern Clin*, Ark., gave a report of Ihe classes nnd type of instruction, used there. Members of circle 3, Mrs. Freci <!a!ide(ur, chairman, served puncl and cakes lo the 30 present which Included Miss Hale, whose lathei is a'former : dcaLOn of this church STEftUHC w.o Poarwi-i'S i.Axv CuA<2AC1tfGS ON THE !£Ot£H, IS AH ENTHUSIASTIC Bto oj Mostly Personal Mrs. W, J. Pollard and Mrs Clarence Vollmer, Ills«es Sue Butt and Mary Blanche Gay spent Steele-Cooter Society.— Personal Mri. Clay Lamb, who underwent an appe&llp operation at th* BlyfheyUie hoepltal Thursday, Is reported' Unproved. Her appendix )|»d been ruptured and little hop: 4 a* held for her recovery until SuiuUy, whsn she began to tho* Improvement. Mr. Lamb is with her and her iwo small children vltil tier dally. Mmes. Cleo Gsrrett, Zeb Reno and Ruth Lawhon and Charlra Hayden Hayden's Beauty yesterday in Memphis. Durr and Johnnie Phi'illps left Mr. and Mrs. Everett B Qe« Sunday for Chicago, where they and son, K. B., w.U.1 leave Wed- wrll spend two weeks at the lair, nesday of next week for Prank- Funeral services were held here fort, Mich., where .they will loin list week for Minnie Margaret, Mrs. Byron Morse and family and 21-months-old dBiijh'fr of Mr. aud Mrs. H. F. Klrshner and family. Mrs. Jlmmiu Dowdy, of near Steele. who are there for the summer at | Burial was marie at the Lester trie Kiishners' summer cottate.' cemetery, ner; Dent en. UEQ ooa AS SCGPr Gfft- "iMCcc T:\<ts E SHE. FlftSLCr' ViiS SUCCESSFUL; It's Up to the Women RY MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT The Sunday Menu llr»kfa.".t ,lng powder. 1 teaspoon salt, 1 Mr. Gee will spend a. short vacation while Mre. Gee and son will remain until other members of the party return. Mr. Klrsh- ner also plans to spend August j there nnd Mr. Morse, who Is there r July, will return here Aujrust l. Mrs. Llllle Slsk has gone to emphls, Hales Point. Halls'and yersburg, Tenn., to spend a two ct'ks vacation. W. A. Hotchett, of St. Louis. Is ic guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. 'heeler. George Martin Rhodes leaves to- .orrow for Newark, N. J., where e is to be employed as a sales- Mlss Elsie Hale, of Cape Ol- Funeral services were held Thursday for W. M. Parker, Jr., two-monttis-old son of Mr. anl Mrs, W. M Parker, oi near Braggadocio, who died of colitis. B'ir- tal was at the Culp cemetery. ' Mr. and Mrs. William Slottem and son urrivtd home Friday after an extended visit with relatives In Georgia. Saturday Mr. Stottem received B call tclltui of the death of an uncle in Memphis. They left immediately lor Memphis and are expected to return today. Mrs. Ledla Moore and three children, Bobby, Sylvia and Hazel Bi.rns. of Cape Girardeau, spent last wctk in this vicinity. Mrs irdeau. Mo., is here for • a . week; Mocrc vlslied her father, William i the hcusegueM of Hiss Helen Mcoucy, and sister, Mrs. Willis Grliiies and other friends. She lien, of Tyler, and the children Tomalo Juice for All, Oatmeal- cup molasses, 3-4 cup rriilk, 1 eg Mllk-Susar, Whole Whsnl Bread- or 2 egg yolks, 1 tablespoon raelte Butter, Milk lor Children, Coflce ^hortenlng. lOj-^Ajlults. . i • , Liver in Gravy, linked Potnloes- Scalloped Onions, Whole Wheat BrctKl-Butlei-. Creamy Rice Pud- .;.ng, Milk lor Children.' Supper Hashed Brown Potatoes, Butter- xi String Beans, Cornbread, But- •er, Api-icol Whip with Soft Cus-[mllk, 1-2 cup rice, 1-3 cup molas- Mix- and sift dry : mgredlen ! Combine milk and molasses, bea en egg, nud shortening.- Add th to dry ingredients, stirring only until mixed. Bake in a shallow buttered pan '20 minutes in a hot oven. CREAMY RICE PUDDING: 4 cups fresli or diluted evaporated -.ord, Cocoa tor The hushed scs, 1-2 teaspoon salt. 1-2 tea- potatoes, being fried, should i.poon cinnamon, 1 tablespoon but- to young children. I ter. Osceok Society — Personal cups hot water, jnion. minced. not be LIVER IN GRAVY: 1 pound I Wash rice, mix ingredients, poiir cecf or pork liver, 'i tablespoons' into buttered baking dish and .lour, I teaspoon salt. 1-8 lea-]bake 3 hours In a slow oven, stlr- .poon pepper. 4 lablcsjraons drip- ring three times during the .first • • • • slice'hour to prevent settling. At the stirring add the butler. Sprinkle slices of liver with salt APRICOT WHIP: Stir two cups ind pepper, dredge wilh Hour, dip'of stewed apricots which have a n milk ami.again in. flour. Brown I little juice, through a . sieve. Fotc n drippings, then ndd hoi water]into the cold apricol pulp the ind rosl ol seasonings. Cover andistlflly beaten whites of. Iwo eggs •.immer one hour. Remove meat, i Pile lightly In sauce dishes and ihicken the liquid in the pan, sea- serve. •an. and pour over the liver. (Copyiight. 1933, by x Anna Eleanor CORN CAKE: l cup cornmenl,' Roosovclt; distributed by United 1-4 cup (lour, 3 1-2 teaspoons bak-' Feature Syndicate. Inc.)' Mrs. John R. Miller spent the week-end In Dyersburj. Tenn.. with her daughter.. Mre. Paul Baird jr. and her family. Miss. Hectra Buck left several days ago for Norfolk, Va., to spend the months of July and August with'her sister, Mrs- W. V. Alex- £iifcr and her family. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Madden end their, small son. Ray jr. spent Monday In Memphis where Ray jr. had some dental work done. Miss Oracile Moore of.Caruth- erSTille, Mo., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White here for several days last week. Mrs George Adams and her Ejnall daughter, Jane, of Litile Rock.. are here for a two weeks stay, with Mrs. Adams' mother *trs. John White. C. C. Langston, and C. G. Smith of Blythevllie and L. G. Byerlcy fO( Lsachville . attended the meet- ing.ol the Mississippi County Taxpayers association here Monday. , Miss.Lorine Buchanan Is In the Mttliodlit hospital, Memphis, where • she U rtooverlrn fn>m an opera- Uen for appetuHcliii. Join ' Larfey,' small daughter of Mr... and. Mrs, p. S. Laney, seriously UI of bronchial pneumonia l«»t:week, is.dbVti be out again. .., l€rs_. O. B. Perrin. who was confined to her bed for two weeks suffering" frrmi" "a" nervous brcak- . down, l» up again.'A visittng Mason who attended the last regular c«nimunication of tlx 'Osctota Lodge'Is''Philip Bell of..OUj>ow, - Scotland. Local Ma»na ootmtenteil on the colncl- etene* ttat :»fr. 'B<1! is n member <* Lbte.Ro. 27 al Glasgow, which k* akb the number of the Osce•ta lodge; and in each case in- d.iea*«.U»mt.U>e. chapter was the „ twepty-Krefltto prgaiUzed In . » |tren v »Uf4s:-or.epBjiUy. jlr, Bell . tj.ap. employe ol the -,D. S. En• Rb^s.?ffice,.befe.,' -. j :•: Head Courier Nc»i Want Alt KITCHEN 11 stick cinnamon. 3-4 cup r.ugnr i 1 tablespoon anowroot, few grain 1 -alt. I Arrowroot often is used ' fo itckcning saucss nnd puddings t place of cornslarch. It's espccinl ly desirable for children, since more easily digested than con stnrch. Salt always is used to lake car ied here n number oj years a?o. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Meyer ami ons, Carol jr., and'Charles Lcw- s. of Eudora, Ark., have arrived or an extended visit with Mr. nnd Irs. Walter Rosenthal. Mrs. KOJ- •nttinl and Mrs. Meyer are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. R! L. Fisher und on, Franklin Worth, went to Lille Hock yesterday to be .with Robert L. Fisher, who is. critically II at the Baptist hospital from njuflca received when he jumped 'rom a moving freight train near blttlc Rock Sunday night. There L-. no hope for his recovery, physicians say. Carlos Crawford, sou ol Mr. and Mrs. I. Y. Crawford nnd Howard Daldwell. son of Mrs Westbroolc, who were with him were slightly injured.' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosentha had as their gue*ts for the week end-Mr and Mrs. Julius Si of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Rives C. Allen ai«l:son, Rives, will leave this al ternoon for a vacation to be spen in Hot Springs, Dalla*. Tex., an ""irccnvllle. Miss. In Dallas the 111 visit an aunt of Mr. Allen rid at Greenville, they will be uests of another aunt and Mr nd Mrs. Ed Hardin, who form rly llred here. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lansky hav one to Chicago for the fair. Mrs. H. G. Partlow, wlio under went nn operation at the Mem ihls Methodist hospital Wednes day. Is dally Improving. Her mo her, Mrs. H. E. Neblett, Is wit ler, and Mr. Pnrtlow and M Neblett spent Sunday there. Mmes. Louie Hardin, L. N. Hen bCsi, Eiliotl Sartaln, Raymond Es sary and Robert Grimes are i Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lowry and daughter hnve returned " from Brownsville. Tenn.. where they were guests of Mrs. Lowry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Martin, for a week. Miss Kathleen Ashley has returned to her home In Joiner after n week's visit with her bro!Vier, Graver Ashley, and Mrs. Ashley, at their Armorel home. Hi Wilson, of Wilson, attended to business in Blythcvilh antl Ar- luprel Saturday. - Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Marple. of 3iownsv)lle, Teun.. are guesl.'; ol Mrs. Marple's sister. Mrs. hay Lowry, and Mr. Lowry. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Applcbnum in Steele'with their lath;r Burns, and their grandmother Ir 1 ,. S A. Burns. They left Sun ay afternoon for thsir home cccmp.inled by Mr. Mooney and Vailer Mooney, who will bs thci c.^t.'i lor se^'eral days. Mr. anci Mrs. R. C. Steele. Jr., Mi;s Jmugene Manning and Haloid arrived home Sunday from i camp!ng trip at Wllliamsville. vhlie nwsy they alco vLsited Rev. ind Mrs. G. R. Kills, at Campbell. Mill Town Items Misses Kathryn Buiks and. Valie Stiavcr visited Miss Florence Cunningham Saturday. Miss Oral Harris spent Sat O day night and Sunday with Mus Opal Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Burks and children spent Sunday with Mr. nd Mrs. J. B. Cunningham and amlly. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Grissom arc the parents of a 10-pound daughter, born Wednesday, July 11." Mr. and Mre. Bondy Grissom :m p e as their guests this week '•Irs. Grlssom's sister. Mrs. .Fred Talkbton. and Mr. Talkston and their children, of Micola. Cop Suspected Friend Of the Road ATHENS. Ga. (UP)- Policeman Scaeravcs graciously offered a hitch-hikinc student a ride into town. On arrival )^c missed his watch. Promptly he arrested the ttudcnt on suspicion of picking his pocket. Ah hour later n^ 'phoned headquarters to say: "Release him; I found the watch in my other pocket."; The Ideal Weman . as sketched b; Hayden Hajden. Ideal of Loveliness Turns "Venus-ward," Artist Declares The mourning clo;il: tutlcrllv hirps. "•!•• Why Let Yottr~~ Skin A()C Protect your skin with this tic*; wonderful Face Powder and let MELLO-GLO give you that youthful bloom. Made hy a new Frcnc'd ' process—stays on ]ong?r, prevent:; t- large pores, beautifies your cum- •'.; plexlon. Does not irritate 'the skin || or give a pasty look. Purest face powder made. Try MELLO-GLO and you'll love it. 50c nnd $1. —Adv. 5 Mrs. J. a. McCiure and son, James Franklin, and Miss Katlier- ne Jones, arrived home Saturday from a week': visit tilth friends in Memphis. Jim Tucker w;n fucefl to under go the amputation o' n too week because of n foot Infection. last It Is feared his leg. thai he may lose Who's beautiful? . . . Hayen Hayden, famous artist, telb who—and sketches bis Ideal. Woman—hi this article, the last in » series af three written for Courier News. By MARY MARGARET McBRIDE NBA Senrlce SUH Correspondent NE\y YORK, July 11.— "I can't say It. but I (An draw It," promptly answered Hayden Haydeu, famous portrait painter anrt poster artist, when I asked him to tell me exactly how a beautiful woman should look. that everx woman seeme'tl to be trying lo attain awhile ago. "The new type looks much healthier and .certainly there can be no real beauty without at least the semblance of health—natural color, firm, smooth, glowing. skin, shining huir, bright .clear eyci. But perhaps most Important of all is some inner thing. There must be something back of even the most seductive eyes. It's possible to have .perfect heads that are only blank walls. I've seen some }—but I don't call them beau- Mrs. Viola M.-.rfnull entertainer.' a number of friends Sunday in honor of her daughter. Miss Helen end the latter'-; finnce, 'ptoyd Blcrtsne, of Memphis. MLss Helen returned to MS:Pph:'s that evening altar spending 10 days wiln r>ir mother. Bud Holly, who for six months has been a patient in the tuberculosis sanitoriuni at Ml. Vemon. arrived home lail week for an Indefinite stay. Ke is much im proved but expect.', to return to the hospital after sivci-al months. Mrs. Holly, who ha; been with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Petty, of Dcerins, <ame home vith him. They will remain 'n thf home u-f his pbrcnts, Mr and Mrs. W. N. Holly. Mrs. Rex Hughes, Jr.. ol Helena Without more ado, he seized his , tiiuj - ) trusty charcoal and then andj "Wliat is .inside counts just a; . there sketched his feminine ideal. I much as .what . Is outside. Don't He's never seen the lovely crea-, ture in 1 the fi?sh—naturally, since she exists In her entirety only in Ark., visit forget. that. The truly beautiful woman therefore is kihtriy,- com*- teous; and unaffected. If she were ):ls imagination. But he's caught ^ot these-things, she would not be a fleeting glimpse of a classic head [beautiful." ' • . : is here for an indefinite with her parents, Mr. and F-V MAKV E. WAf.IiE NK,V Sen ice siarr mitrr fiuit w,up is portal i of In:- "Hat" tnst: of whatever I and son. Jack, spent Sunday In ir.h-kr-mnrj Is used. plums thoroughly. Crinl into kettle with water beginning for .111,1 a simmer until skins nre broken -and a summer lunch-. iriiil b tender. Strain through 'on nr dinner. Its rich color i>!yily bag. A:!d cinnamon nnd su- to the eye and Us.- lain'.'gar nnd bring to the boiling point. of the fruit adds to|/!dd snlt nnd stir in arrowroot .U apFnlziiii; iffcrL. : mixed to a smooth paste with a If tin idea ;,i a fiuit :.oup 1= little cold water. Ctxjk until" inlx- !tw lo yoii..prihap3 c few suggo : ture thlckeiH slightly. Remove cln- lloiu regarding its serving will bo; nr.mon stick, chill and serve.- welccm?. Any servlci 1 . whl.-hl Red n^r^'irrn- Soup would h? correct for either boi; : l-j Tuo cups red en or D fruit cm> can bo Soup raspberries. t.-.rlcups currant;, 3 cups water. '3-4 . , . he chilled fruit soup. Bouii!-jii|cnp sugar. 2 tablespoons quick- nips chilled m the lc;-box tcfor; [ci.okin? t.ip!oca. few grains salt. fllH!i3. sherbet glsuw. cccktjir Stem currants. Wash b;rr!=s ilac:« or grape iruil j;Li all arojar.o currants and put into kettle. :crnil3slfcl:. The .-.cnr; are eaten • Crush and simmer in walar--for .vith a £mall-bo p .vl;d* to louil'on i-pcon « dellcat; fruit soup,-. m:i=: c: nerved vary cold, because Inlf '.l:t charm of the coup lies in li; 'rm-^r; lure. Tflrt frill" . .. t;sl c-\iitcd (o :v c'n.Vic-i so-i) . i-.-.rl-, -.\--vc a':. r.v.U zr.-.UU ond MuiiiiiV.'.!!-. It/ •.;•.- i^lllc. A r.oinbinntion ol fl-i 1 -- orr, is gctd !>n:l p.tlorcls n vaii-ty t'f CfflttS. tf or twenty minutes. Strain through jelly b-ig and add sugar. Brinj to >\K boiling iiolht and add Upi- n:,-! and salt. Cook until the mixture 15 tiansparenl nnd syrupy. Chill and u-ivi-. Hlncklit-rry and yur apple is a iv.iuini i-;.!•„•«. AM berrlss nro i; .'King, usvii alone or In comblna- Memphls with relatives. Miss Mary Khznoclh Borum has return!!) from Monteaglc. Tenn. where she spcnl n month at girls' camp. Judge C. A. Cunningham. T. L McHaney. Frank Whltworth ano W. Leon Smith attended muntcipa court at Manila today. Mrs. Hugh Henry, who Is seriously 111 at her homo on Davi: avertue, is no teller today. Mrs. John McKenzle and son. ol Pnragould. are guests of Mr ind Mrs. Marcus Evrard and fain ly. They will be here until to morrow. Drs. Carl and Edna Niea nr* in Memphis this afternoon. Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich. accom panltd by her s^ters. Misses Mai belle .and Rose Loi. Cook:, o Luxora, were in Memphis yester The thirV.cning nfM mav cornslnrch, arrowroot, tni;ioc;i tvpn flour. Inlmtl: cafe mu:,t ':.• tai;:-n not lo in;il:c (he roup ton thick. A firm, sticky craicoclii-.n Is 'ir from invilinj. but a slightly :'..:.*, syrupy consistency Is cooling and clelcclatlc. These sows arc not jellied to any suggotttnn of. firmness: thoy are fruit juices thickened just enough to lift llic.n from the cock till class. The following'recipes may sug. gcst other jwisibllities lo you. I'lnnr Soup One quart plums, i cups watfv, Hospital. Note* Admitttd: W. H. McCanl. Deer- Inr. Mo.. oriciPitcii. Ulsml'sed: Mis. Llz?ir Myrick, Tomalo; Mwiti llaklcad. city; Wanda Smith, city Jlter.iiri Conirnsman in. Kacc ST. LOUIS (UPl—Congressman John J. Cochran of Missouri, announcing his candidacy for Ihc U. S. senate against Roscoe Palterson. Republican, pledged un- qtialined support to President Roosevelt. day. ilarcus Evrard returned las night from Dardanelle. Ark., v.her lie attended lo bu.=lne.~,s for tw days. Mr. and Mrs. Wlrt Bonii, Jiintiboio, were Sunday guccl-i c Dr,-. Carl and Edna Nies Jess Hnmby has rcluriscd fron n two weeks visit in Sprlnt-Dcii Mr. and Nfrs. L. M. Burns n SprlngfWd. lllj nrc |icM.<;' Mr. ;md Mrs. Harry Uambv Iwo weeks. They will nlso ti Chaflanooga. Tenn.. and A Innm, Gn.. accompanied by ' or.d Mrs. Hamby. Mhrion Gray, Hal Nfoore. H. rs. Sam Adams, while Mr. ughes is away from home en usiness. She will also visit Mr. id Mrs. Hughes. Sr., at Huffman, rk. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brooks Jent Thursday in Memphis, con- uiting a specialist regarding Mr. rooks' back, which was sprained I Camp Rio Vlsto July 4. Frank Cook, of Alabama, is pending this week here as the lest of his fiancee, Miss Maude lice Beasley. Mrs. Sims Micliie. ,son, Jo? Mariti, daughter, Maryanna. Mr. and Irs. Carl Sheclcy and Carl, Jr.. ccompanlcd by Mrs. Michie's bro- icr, Dr. Joe Beasley. of Blylhc- Ille. spent lust week-end ns the nests of Mr. and Mrs. N. John- here, a perfect eye socket there, an exquisite mouth somewhere else and in the drawing, has a&- semblert all these to produce the perfect beauty. * -* * As a matter of fact, his co.m- posite picture includes many . of the features of the five women he recently selected as the most beautiful in the country. The shape of the head, for instance, is that of Margaret Sullavan, film stnr. The high-cheek bones are Ar— Hardi'ng's and in fact, the] entire facial, bony structure is like] Harding's. including the way the eyes are set into their sockets. The perfect beauty has Eleanor Hotel's hair line with Its suggestion of a widow's peak, the nose and Jaw contour of Mrs. Allen Ryan, Jr., and the rounded chin] of Carolyn Edmundson. The mouth Margaret Sullavan's. Driver Grove Everyone, is. invited to attend Sunday, school at Driver Grove, each Sunday, at .10 a.m. There will be' prayer meeting at Driver p.m. week. Grove Wednesday at 8 John Toland is sick this !l G. A. Hall, of Calumet, spent Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. ;. C. F. Springer's and Bettie, have whooping cough. Roy Hall, of Calumet spent Saturday with Mr., and'Mrs. Harry Shaneyfelt. Several .from Driver Grove attended the Baptist meeting at Saturday night. "You without cnn't generous Violin BELOIT, V Studies on at .rk. Camp Rto Vista, Ifardy. i?h school stu- is taking lessons on a violin his father made with part: i old spruce bed nnd somi giue. ' It look three months to crmiilcte Ihc violin. Read Courier News Want Ads. Mrs. Albert Ilunthouser nncl two hlldren returned Sunday from « Istt with relatives at Greenfield. 1'enn. Ons cf th? children COP.- racted whooping cough. Mrs. H. Boswell was the weck- :nd guest of Mrs. T. D. Rhodes 'nd family, of B!ythevillc. Sl-.t liSD visited her sisrei. Mrs. Clay :-amb. at [h? BIythoville hnjpitai Mrs. William Turner, who was brought hcn.c from the Blythc- "llle hospital early last week, became worse Wednesday anil was cturned lo Ilia hospital, whore she will remain this week. artist who has painted of beautiful women, explained.; "You may have a pretty girl with ' a button of a turned-up nose and 3 rosebud nioiilh. but beauty demands nn ndeqiiate nose and a rather full mouth. . , "Anoth- requisite Is that the' eyes should be set well into the! sockets—neither popping out nor | too sunken. The brows, too, are: important. Ann Harding's brows) are bcnutifiil because they bring! c,u[ (he loveliness of the eye un- ' ' rierncath. The beautiful face must! „. .., c , /•»*?•» have n good foundation, that is. ««• YoarSyttemotMalaria!. must be built correctly. If a wo-' Stop Chilis and Fever! Gulf Coast MINIMUM RATE $ 2100 PER WEEK . : Eieh, Ov-.Vi (22.50 Pir Wt.k Etch. Slril. ' ' MEALS INCLUDED " Low Daily Rain Spend a pleasant, economical i'a;-tion it the Coast's most popular hoiel-- The While House, where 'cool, salt breezes blow and" every outdoor sport is available. Battling —best on iht coast—off our thousand foot picrJ dancing —in our open bcacii pa- vilio jj—two, fast, double, man has a good bony structure :lic will be beautiful all her life Even wrinkles will make little difference. "Another vital point Is the way he hair grows. It should be fair- Oenton News Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bond, of Jeering, were guesli Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Holbert. Miss Glodenn Slayton was the weekend guest of Miss Velva Lcs- er. of Holland. Mrs. Lavcna lister was the week end guest of Miss Gladys Green of Camthersvilic. Raymond Skipper, of Kennctt, spent Ihc week end wilh friends here. Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Staiificld arc spending a few days wilh Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Longacrc. of Three Rivers. Mich., and Mr. and Mrs \V. F. Longacre. of Pekhi, III. Mr. mid Mrs. Cecil Knight, o! SI'. Louis', were guesls last week should never. part her hair In the miridJe." Mr. Hayden thinks it futile lo .N'ciscn. Harold Sudbury. Tomn bf'MK and Mrs. Jodie Griggs. H.uvklr* and J. H. Cade have Miss Arabella Stanfleld s tone, to Chicago for Ihc fair, making the trip tn Marlon's car. P.C3d Courier Hews Want Ads. . Miss Arabella Stanfleld spcn last week with friends in Sikcston Buenos Alros haj a new sub way four miles long. the s not always i so much ; to grow Shivering wilh chills ons monienl and burning with fever the uexl— that's one of the effects of Malaria. Unless checked, the rtiscLi'ie will do serious harm to your health Malaria, n tlood infection, calls for two things. First, destroying the in- up the blood to overcome HIP forehead is o clay courts at the water's edge, tiolf i"''f —sporty 18-hoIe course. Horse- tack-riding —lu-elvc miles of piciufi esque bridle paths. Fishing— cnat!, bait and tackle avaifab]f at our pier. Boating —daily cxcuoions 10 tha Islands. Kspccially-ctjuippcd phy ground for children. Write o: win for reservations. •JOHN T. WHITE, Mai.±n The HOUSE BILOXI,MIV$. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic sup- rs- Chills and fever soon stop and you arc restored to health and comfOii. For half a century. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic teen sure relief for Malaria. It is "* r«.2 JTOffi? ' « S-- K« two s,^ surcmcuts. yet bolh be beautiful. _ "H looks as If Ihe nallrmal Ideal v:ns veering Venus-5Faird"-the 'ar- lisl added thoughtfully. "By that,, 1 mean of course toward the wo- ' manly, figure, full bosoms and I highs, the shoulders a little, broader than the hips. That kind o;' figure'seems to me much more beautiful than the cadaverous one DELICIOUS Hot Weather Specials Served Daily BLACK CAT COFFEK SHOPPE Prices Reasonable w« you donft need/cued

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