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August 11, 1934

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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(All.) QOUUER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST- It,: 1J Why it's Called Gay Paree Social Calendar : MONDAY'S KVEMT3 Woeuw's nitaiomry society, nttt MtUvxUit church, mating 3 P. K, »t church (or program. s««ry A Jtory hour for children between the ages of 5 and S years has been organized and will be fostered by the B. Y. P. U. of the First Baptut Church. Miss Virginia Huffman has been selected to direct the project and Invites parents of children of these ages to bring or tend the children each Sunday evening at 6:i5. The adult Union welcomes the attendance of parents of children each Sunday evening. » • * Ha* Birthday Party Robert* Florman, daughter ol Mr. aud Mrs. Sam Florman, had 35 of her (rlands j* guests last evening for a delightful party, the occasion being her eighth birthday. Dressed in shorts, Ihe girls and boys played games, routed weln- ere and had other refreshment* In the back yard. Peanuts, potato chips, lemonade, candles and a pink and white birthday cake, on which was written "Happy Birthday," were also serred. B. Y. P. U. to Have Special Profrain. The six B, Y. p. u. organizations of the First Baptist 'churcn will have special programs in their respective rooms tomorrow evening at 6:50, the services having been mwo; back ten minutes in order that the - young people may have ttae to attend the revival. All members o{ the union are urged to be on time. » . « Criefcrat* Birthday. George M. l*e was guest of honor at an outing last evening because it was his birthday. Mrs let had Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Criti. and family and their guests, Mrs George Mclngvsle and eon, Oeorgc CrtU, of Btarkvlile, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman and U-Q chll. dren, Betty Lou Kramer and he' guest, Ruth Horton, of Forrest City Ark., for a picnic. The party motored to Huffman where sUpper was served on I banks of the Mississippi river. Mostly Personal WHEN FIRST You CAME ' Br Htki WeUklwr V'HEN Tint you came I lold myself, "His love «on'l Ust Ibu year.. 1 wsnl l>o longing nttiiwy, I wanl nou&ful liar «"TO hurl my litjtl llic nij 1 And all liie gousips say He'll kiss and whisper prtlly «onds, And Uxa bell ride away. »*CO II were folly I am sure To I rouble lo nule room fit any blouonu be nuy bring— 1 want i banjy bloom." VOUR hone grows restless In tlre'slatl. And Ihrlce UK spring's been here. FU never Innt a wajyjng tongue Again, ray very dwrl ****** ,(7" -. &? f Pnragould, went over lost ivtek- nd. Mrs. C. W. Bcale and daughter, Irs'. Thelma Bealc Shaffer, ol Llt- ,e Rock, will' arrive the first of ae week for a visit with A. C. Hall and family. Mrs. H. O. Wlckham hns returned from Caruthersvlllo where she pent several days with Mrs. Wlck- iam. Mr. and Mrs. Odell shcrrick and j son, Billy, .of Roanokc. Va., who' las been visiting relatives here and at Kelser,. will leave for home lunday. Mr. and Mrs'. Ocorge Mclngvale and son .George Crllz, returned today to their home in Starkvlile Miss., after a visit with Mrs. Mc- '.Dfnlft brother, J. E. Criu, Md :amlly. ^ N*. B. fjenard Jr., will arrive lome today from a month's stay In Buffalo, N. Y. Ball'PiayeriWife In Domestic Rift Wilson Society — Personal Mrs. Al R. Capiey, of Memphis, and Mrs. Cone Murphy, were [guests when Mrs. N. B. Ellis enter tallied Ihe Wednesday bridge club this week. Mrs. J. H. Craln held high score.. Mrs. Hubert Sullivan and daugh- Icr, Dorothy Ann, her mother Mrs. Florence Copeland, and Miss Elizabeth Craig went to Henderson, Tenn., Tuesday to atttrid Homecoming Day. Miss Fay Cabanlss, of El Dorado is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Henry Wltchcr, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Crate Beall are the parents of a daughter, born Tuesday. Miss Katheryn O'Reilly has returned to her home in Memphis aiier a two weeks visit with Mr mid Mrs. J. A. Apple. Miss Eula Davis Cullum has re- tinned from a Iwo months visit wllli her aunt, Mrs. R. L. Monroe i!l Nashville, Term. She" was accompanied home by her cousin Miss Kathryn Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. Al R. Capiey of Memphis, are the guest* of Dr and Mrs. N. B. Ells this week- Miss Ruth. Martin, of Crossett |Aik., arrived Wednesday and is Ihe guest of her sister, Mrs. H M Lewis. Mrs. F. L. Zander has gone to Louis to be, the guest of her daughter. Mrs. J. w. Watts, and hei son, Frank Zander. Mrs. Anne Maxwell and son, Eugene, left Thursday for a three weeks vacation at Hot Springs. J.' W. Sykes, of Memphis, has accepted the managership of the < Wilson Milling "~ Mr. aod Hn. J. W. Snmise and. chlUrto left Thursday for Chica go. where they will attend, th fair. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Procto have as their guests Mrs. c. c Proctor and son, Jimmie, of Knn Eas City, Mo., who arrived yes terday to spend a week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines and SOD, Harry, returned yester day from a vacation spent In Bl loxi, Miss., and New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norr: went to St. Louis today lor se; eral days stay. They will retw Tuesday night and go to Eurek Springs, Ark, Wednesday, accom panled by their daughter, Maure; to Tislt Mr. Norrts' parents, M and Mra. J. Bennett Norrls, fi several days. Mrs-.F .G. Reichel aud daugh ter, M&ry, have returned from two months visit with relatives Shawano and Racine, Wls. • Matoice Reichel Is spending n month, at Shawano Lake. Wls., and. enroute home will stop in Chicago for the fair. The Rev. H. J. Klelndienst and family have returned" from an extended visit In the East where they visited relatives and friends Mrs. Arthur Oliver, of St. Louis, Mo., was the guest of Mr. ana Mrs. J. B. Clark during the week. . Mr. and Mrs. .W. Will and son, Raymond, of, Tcuieck, N. J. arc guests of the Rev. and Mrs. H J Kleindienst and family. Mrs. J. B. CUrk spent Friday ii Caruthenville. 'Mrs. Ed Baker has returned from Senath, Mo., where she visited her daughter for several days. Mis* Nettie B. Owen of Pensacola, Florida, la visiting her mother, Mrs. Bimes, for two weeks. ttt. and Mrs. O. G. Tucker, Mrs R.' .Morris King and daughter Miry Nareppa, of Pice. Miss., vis Itjfl hert. for > short time todaj enroute home from a visit to Wes Biden, tod, and the Chicago fair Tney formerly resided here. Mr. and MTS..W. J. Pollard, Mr aqd Mrs. J. P. Holland, Farmer KpfhWI, June* Terry, Walter Logo! and Mbm Ruth and Sue Butt, and .Helen, Alice Stemb-rg return tomorrow from Hardy rt they haw b«n on a house- PM-ty at Camp . Rio VUti (or a *»* except Mr. Poiard who went c/ftt : *[«ctae»d»y. While there they w«e JoU»4 bjr Mr. and Mrs. R*n- ktrt Wetukanip, Miss Margaret K** tad Oscar' Hardaway . for s*fer«t days ana Harold Sternberg Bert Lyaeh Jr.; and Weldon Laaib, Osceola Society — Personal Jack Stalcup's orchestra will provide music lor a scrip dance here Tuesday night. Johnnie Sullivan and Arthur Brlckey Jr., are in charge of arrangements. The dance will be held In the Court house club rooms. * * • Mrs. C. C. Crasnoe was hostess to the Wednesday Luncheon Club at her home here nttli Bursts besides the club members IncludinK her sister, Mrs. J. W. Magill ol San Antonio, Texas, who hns been visiting her, and Mrs. Ben Butler, o Osceola. Mrs. U<f Scalvold was inner of high score prize. Mrs. Ruth Carlisle entertained ; er two table bridge club Thursay afternoon. Mrs. c. c. Crosnoe »as the only! E i;osi besides the even club members. Mrs w w Tewilt was high ' prlzc , Mrs. Clyde Bunchnnaa ^T""* 1 to - hcr ^ '-r j ' W ' Magi " Of S '"' Texas, and he small ,ia,, N » s hvllle, • Colcman. Lclancl T. Davis, of has returned to several days vlsl J" ,*OI- .. . ita Mrs. K. p. Culiom. Mrs. Charles Elklns and small daughter Beatrice, have gone to West Point, Miss., to visit Mrs Elklns parent*, Mr. and Mrs Edgar Harris. Mrs. H. G. Traylor and children Edna, Mary, Martha and Harold are visiting relatives in Louisville,' Mrs. Irene Hood, accompanied oy her sister, Miss Myrtle Poster, r , t ^ m ol Jonesboro. will leave Sunday preacher for Chicago to attend the fair. Miss Elizabeth Wright, of Pine Off DAN THOMAS — GEORGE SCARBO ws'visn&a A jmede cc WHEN HELEN TrnvtelJeES PI AYS GOLF. SHE NEVEE KEEPS SCDSE.S ' EDAWTOAO.'ajSH- I SUE PLAYS JUST FOG IK E "" t*c» heareth God's words 8:47, FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH E. K. Lalimer, Minister Church school, 9:45 a. m. IJOI J' communion and sermon by FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH the minister, 11:00 a. m. S. H. Salman, Pastor Vespers diccontinued during Aug!l:45 A. M., Sunday School. S. E. Vnll, Supt. M., MornlhE Worship, Eternal King." 7:00 P. M., Young-People-of-the- meeting, Miss Louise Dob- mmm l ° P ' C ' " Unshrinlcln « LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH W. J. l«Boy, Pwtor Church School, 9:45. Iverson Morris, Supt, Preaching, W. J. I^eRoy, Pastor. Epivorth League, Ottls Roush, President. Preaching, Pastor or viscitlug Preaching, 7:45, pastor or visiting CHI!RCH_OF THE NAZARCNE Eupha U. Beasley, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.'m. E. L, Erans. supt. Morning worship, 11 n. m. Sermon subject: "A Priceless Privilege." N. Y. P. S. 7 p. m. Evening service, 8 p. m. Sermon subject "The Last Voyage." Bluff, Is the gueet of her slaters, Mrs. w. F. Wilson Eloije Wright. and Miss goine g Dl « in S IA baseball star and a : P.r, when Al ijpolirer (center), i Boston Craves catcher, brought charges of misconduct against his «-lte (top) and Edward J. Fagan Har.« . ,, th. I i i Wns lie local cemetery iigninln . Mo *UP>-Clnrencc'.(l>«Iow), eaxophona player. Thfl B a grave h, 'Ihreo aro sliown as tbey appeared here when' 8 ' th8 hiring at which Mrs. . igninlng struck hint. He died - a !Ero^rer and Fagsa were gunted horl. time later. 1 liberty on $SOO ball. ' Evangelist Asks Cooperation Ih Revival Program Evangelist Garrison, who is speaking to large numbers of people in a revival campaign in the large tent tabernacle on Chlcka- sawba and Division streets eac'i evening at 8 o'clock, following the presentation of the Paselon I'lay photographed In Germany, urges the cooperation of every minister, singer, and Christian worker 1:1 Blytlievlllc in the Sunday cvenliw service. The large numbers of pcopie who are attending the services each night present great, opportunities lor church workers In Blytheville according to the revival leaders The Rev. Mr. Garrison's subject for tomorrow evening is "The MOSI Vital Moment In Your Life." and on Monday night he will speak •Breaking the Alabaster Box." The preacher has spoken on these subjects, with great sin-cess In wver.il of the larger cities of the United States nnd hopes they will be In- terciting and helpful to everyone in Blytheville who attends llic services. The evangelist Is extending an invitation to the public to altcnrl these services. The Rev. Mr. Rcn- fro and a large'choir are lending the congregational singing. 'HP snger gives a solo each night. Halbtonti Killed Shttp CIRCLE, Mont. (UP)— Hailstones the size of hen's eggs pounded this district recently. More than 100 sheep, scores of chickens and some pigs were killed by the stones, which pierced their skulls like rifle-bullets. - Members will be announced and received into the church Sunday night. Subjects:—"The Bitter and Ths Sweet." "The Heavenly Guide." Sunday night services out on church lawn. EBILIfflEPBEl These Will Assist You in Serving Attractive FIRST METHODIST CHURCH W. V. Womack, Pastor The public Is invited to nil our services. The pastor's sermon subjects will be: "For Such a Time as This" and "Seeing Things Invis- ble." Church school, 9:45 a. m. Epworth leagues, 7:15 p. m. Morning worship, 10:55 a. m. Evening worship, 8:00 p. m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Church. II a. m. The Rev. J. T. Rentro will preach. B. T. U. 6:45 p. m., Miss Luiw B. Wllhehn, director. Teachers' meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m., B. T. u. in charge. , Here are two stunning fall outfits, photographed on a street in Paris. The urown and white' checked suit, (left) lias a .slightly flaring skirt and a three-quarters length coat, belted in front and swinging loosely from the shoulders nt the back. A vivid handkerchief, tied around the neck, adds a touch of color. It's worn with brown accessories. The two-piece dress (right) Is a Schiaparelll model in .navy blue woolen, finely striped with white. as a summer luncheon dish. ! Vacation Bible School Two cups flaked, cold cooked! fish; one and one half cups dryj bread crumbs; two onions grated; four tablespoons finely chopped parsley; one tablespoon salt; one teaspoon paprika; one tablespoon Worcestershire sauce; one half teaspoon mustard; one well beaten egg. Mix all Ingredients thoroughly and shape into cutlets. Roll in flour and then dip In beaten egg, then into fine bread crumbs. Fry in deep hot iat. Serve with tartare sauce; or cheese sauce, i Curry of Lamb Luncheons Completes Its Program The Daily Vacation Bible school, sponsored by the young people of the First Presbyterian church' ic,r the past two weeks, closed hst evening when special services were lielti ul the church . There were 100 boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 16 years who attended the school each day with the Rev. Stuart H. Salmon, in charge of the faculty. For the closing exercises h'aca work done was on d.Hplay and the program was of memory work aud Use the broken and coarse pieces j songs. Courses were given in Bi- For an unusual luncheon dish, lo be prepared at the table in the electric grill, or previously cooked ™ ,„ „ in the kitchen, try this barbecue, P r H 5 ° of boiled ham: j Six thin slices boiled ham; one ol meat from the roast; cut into small but not tiny cubes;' place in a sauce pan wilii Just enough hot water or bouillon to cover; add one onion minced flue; one green pepper minced fine and freed trogen iodide will enplode. of stem and seeds; four small half hree blespoons vinegar: four tablespoons : until the meat Ls very le.n- dcr. Thicken the sauce with a little season after it ng mixture. water; one half teaspoon worccs-' One teaspoon Worcestershire tcrsf*e sauce; one fourth teaspoon sauce; four tablespoons catsup; two paprika. .teaspoons salt; one teaspoon pap- Mix the snuce ingredients and inka; one half teaspoon curry pow- makc very hot, then lay the ham • Jcr in it and when the ham is very! Heat all thoroughly again, and hot, serve on thin toast. Delicious;serve garnished with a border of| with a garnish of relish; potato i cooked rice, on a hot platter; or: ble memory work, supervised play, citizenship and group singing. When touched with a feather, ni- chlps; a green salad. Fish Cutlet These cutlets are also delicious serve the curry mixture and rice, separately, with each garnished with chopped hard cooked egg. Special Vacation Accident Policy Principal sum $6,000 Jlciiical and hospital attention up to $1,000 COSTS ONLY ?5 Phone 797 for full details CaudilTs Agency PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH H. J. Kkindtemt, Pator Sunday school teachers' meeting 8:30 n. m. Sunday school session 9:00 a. m. Divine worship. 10:00 a. in. Sermon subject. "Lovest Thou Me." You are cordially Invited to dor- ship with us. Jesus says, "He (hat is of God Read Courier News Want, Ato. SHOE SHOP Across the Street From Roxy Then (re High class shoe repairing with the latest type machinery and quality material. We Arc As \ernr You As Your Telephone Free call for & dcllveiy service PIIO.NE 138 Paul Hargrove - II. B. Campbell Your Vote and Influence Earnestly Solicited FRED FLEEMAN Candidate for Re-election — Second Term— COUNTY COURT CLERK MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Subject to Action of Democratic Primary, August U, 1934 A LAST WORD To the Voters As the campaign draws to a close, Joe S. Dillahunfcy Is still ill and unable to see any of his friends .... BUT his friends have assured him that YOU will not fail him on Tuesday. Paid for by Some of Those Who Love JOE S. DILLAHUNTY Candidate tor COUNTY TREASURER

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