The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1936 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 22, 1936
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PAGE ft)UR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)'. COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOHKU 22, 193G Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS O. E. S. meeting 7:30 p.m. year were discussed and the program booklets distributed lo the members, [ Plans were made for a "|K>1 1 luck" luncheon to be given Mon; day, nt the church, when the Kev jj. J. Walker, of Memphis, will ! be guest. Miss Joyce Henley j- .Weds'Asliley Haddick Mrs.'-Wj'iilt Henley Is nnnounc-| • • * Ing the marriage of her daughter,, o. H. S. I'luns IMiiy Joyce, to Ashley Haddick,- of Ut-| The local chapter of the East- lie Rock and Fort'Smith. The ern Star will Imvc a Hallowe'en wedding was - solcmntad Saturday ( niuiy Friday ntghl when Mis. night, 8:30 • o'clock, at the home' Hubert Potter, Mis. Harry Wlccl- Of the Rev. H. G. Henderson, pas-' man nnd Miss Cora Lcc Calcnmn tor ol the First Methodist clmrcli vrlll be in clmvgc. 1, of Fort Smith, who said tho ring! ... ' - service. -.-,' I Mr. and Sirs. Barnes The blide, who is the Only To Entertain Friday, daughler of Mrs. Henley and tho The .suupsr party, planned by Mr late Mr. Henley, graduated from nnd Mrs. J. O. Uarnc.s for mem- thc city high school and was cm-1 ters of the girls soltball learn ployed fn tlie county home demon-' sponsored by them lust summer, , strallon office for Uo years until, w' 11 be given at tlie country club ~\ three months ago when she went' Friday night. ,- to Little Rock lo attend Davigh-l Supper will be served at 8:30 •- oil's Business college for.a grain- o'clock, followcu by dancing- ami " ate course In business.' Mr. Haddtck, who wns reared In „ LHUO Hock, is now employed liy • ~ Ihe S. Strnuff & Son Company at Foit Smith, where they are making their home. For Halloween Appetites games. Sixty have been Invited. Woman's Auxiliary, lias Mission 1'rograin Both foreign and home mission fields of the Southern Presbyterian: church.' wore ' disc used In n meeting of the .Woman's Auxiliary of the First Prcsbjtcrlan church ,, , ,..,, ... _• . Monday nf lei noon. Mrs. Leslie Mrs ' J " 1M f ! '" , liml Mls ' ncd - Hoopei, leadei, was assisted by " lim ftrD to b= llosU ' K " s - Music Club to Meet, Visitors are Invited lo attend the meeting of the Music Department of the Woman's club l-'rlday afternoon. 3 o'clock, nl the home of Mrs. C. G. Redman, when operas will be studied. Mrs. A. B. Pairfield Is preparing a miscellaneous program on several well known operas In which several memUDrs will ixiAtlclpate. '—• Mrs S. E Vail, Mis liny Worlh- Ington,.. Mrs. ROM Stevens, ' Mrs. Hugh Nelson .Thompson, Mrs. F. D. Underwood nnd fjis. Hoy Wal- •lon who each told of one of Ihe six fields served by the church tincc it was organi/ed 75 years j , t „,-,-„-, . , , also used colorful tallies, in autumn Mrs p. B Joynci played a plnno j s i,, u | cs ,---• .-..-. -. ---. lias dull Tarty. Marigolds made the cciUcrplcce of llic Innclicon tables for an au- lutnn motll used by Mrs. l r arns- wortli Blnek wh-jn she had the Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. II. II. Houchtns, Mrs. M. 0. Usrey and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry were In Memphis Tuesday. Mrs. John Miles Miller, who is 111 at n Memphis hospital, Is improving nicely. .1, ohrW SS Mrs. Betty.Willis, 38, remain there until Mrs. Carney was formerly Bessie Smith. | Mrs. J. A. Leech went to Mem-' phis today, accompanying her fiillicr, Dr. B, Flint, who Is re- Mrs. B:lty Willis, 38, isachsr In turning to his home hi Orange, c>i> toman, .whoal. died nt the Bly- Ciilif., after a visit here. .1.„..,.,. .-- . . . Succumbs at Hospital A clam -in I scr In Seattle, Wash., sued 11 steamship company for 58000 because Its steamships caused his clams to close their shells - „„., The "rcnt-a-car, drive-U-your- thevillc hospital nt 11:30 </c!o=k fclr " ""'Ire Is gaining popularity. Mr.s. Hunter C. Sims and Mrs. Mils morning, following sevjral days Ollc «nlal company alone has . Cr.rney Laslic were in Memphis illness which became serlcus ves- tt 8«nclcs In 225 cities In the Unlt-:l ierday. Fi-nsra! ni-rangaments'ar- I yc.stcnlay. J. A. Leech Is attending n con- Incomplete hut tl;c services will 1)2 '• vcnlton In Clilcugo, He will prob- held tomorrow afternoon with the Mis' Baker Wilson Mrs Allan'"^ R ' tum llomc Saturday morn- Cobu Home In chili ing. , ,, •,,..,. ...„„. ... . R "• Channel, of Holland, has ,. Mrs - wmis ' *•"> "v-M mar lily-] bcc " «'ln«Hted to the Me mphls thav »'= «'ith her parents, Mr. and ! s " rvlve;l ' Walton and Mrs. Marvin Koblnson ere in Memphis Tuesday. John M. Salmon, son of Ihe Rev. and Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon,, ho lias been critically 111 for Mfs - J - A - u ' ecn ' ller Jnlllcl '. .me lime, Is unimproved today I nr ' B - F i iint of Omnge. Calif., and Mrs. Max B. ncld and Mrs W I ™ L °* , PCB °>' McKocl . si'«>t 5'csler- C. Hleulnson were in Memphis l" 1 ^ ln Mcm P» is yesterday Rc * NcLw » ls attending to bus- Mrs, a. P. Martin accompanied lness in cl '' ctl G° Ior scvcral < ia >' s - I Mrs. O. E. Keck and Miss Mary I, James Mll " r J', «' ho formerly lived j [herlne Marlln to Memphis' 1 "™ " mi who I13W resldcs '" Mem- 'luesday. ; 1'hls, is attending to business IKMC Mrs. ll D. Chninblln h in Dallas loday ' and Foil Worth, Texas Ihis week, having accompanied Mr. Chamblin I)I{. SAUNA li.vr. Ear, N'tise & 'I'hroal GLASSKS Km'Hn Itucm l!Ifl In^raut HI,V. I'lioiie 410 Office 418 two children, a sister .Sam anil chart: there for the Centennial. Annabclie Bryant lias re- lumed from n week's pcnt in Clinton, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon vacation things. Aritlnncmunm is a jlvantje malady. The sufferer is obsessed with an uncuntrollable desire to count 'flic ,KII!J|!IIS arc always well-licliavcd wlu-n you serve Ili'i-in . a IIul- lowr'cn ilrssi'rl lilie Mils—fruity gelatin Uureting \vilh umilts anil i.ilsius ami guavdcd liy cream fminy-faces. lly NBA Snvlcc • Doll for 10 minutes, :cool, drain Did you know that there nre Dissolve 1 package orange, gelatin ,,_,, ^ . . small during the saclnl year? Well, that's ' amount in bottom of .round: mold what stntlslleiiin.'i report. Better and chill. Put row V of- raisins join In the fun, telephone your around edge. """ friends, gather together. lo duck latin mixture more partlc.s given on Hallowe'en ' desert hi l cup boiling water,'• 11 limn at any.oilier single lime'! cup of cold water. ,. Pour s'ni Iclephbnc your around cduc. Chill remaining gcl- for npples, tell foitimes i\nd, like ] nil Inmury gliosLs, relish nn up- iirlulc HnlloweVn supper. It begins ,to tlilckcn. then fold In 1 cup. diced sweet apple and remaining raisin:!. Pour into mold and chill un- solo and accompanied Mrs. Charles Bright who snng. Members of circle 2 served're- freshments, during hqur. * * » Drtujjhlcr Born : A'"dnujjlitcr \yns born to Mr. and Mi^s. .W.. F. Held, of Liixoni, Tuesday. -Tlie buby, who hiis not yet 'been .named, weighs nine pounds. The mother was before her mm i Inge, Miss Thelma Skccn. .The . Women Meet -Woman's Council of Ihc First::. Christian church met" for it:,', regular meeting Monday nft- cinobn-'nt Ihe home of Mrs. c, B. Clos'd ; , , : 'Ihe,work and program for UVts SPECIALS All Day— Fiiday-SaUtrday-Samlay AMBUOSIA LAYEH CAKK .. KAtSIN HRBA1) Lout PECAN'ROLLS Doz LGE. COCONUT LOOKIITS. Do/. .. LARGE PIES Each Specials for Kiik-rcrj Hour'- Fri. - Hat. & Sun. COCONUT PIES •Individual. Each .. FRUIT WAFERS low bowls of roses and zinnias decorated Ihc living and sun roams. Mrs. James H. Bell won high and Mi's. W. J. Wnnderllch, second high.- • * . • Armorcl r.-T. A. I'lnns C'arnh-al. Tho Armorcl Parent-Teacher association Is making plans for Hal- owc'cn carnival which II Is sponsoring on Thursday night, October ^0, at the school. Bingo will be the main feature of the entertainment planned. Proceeds from the aitair will be used for the new radio system with speakers in each of the six rqoihs of the school. :T 9 C If Serve the supper from a buffet, j'" "rin. Unmold on round dish Use any long (able covered with nll[ l unnilsh with a. round of slices ynllow crepe paper, Autumn fruils! ° r "ream cheese'with perl 'raisin, .nuke good milci pieces, especially j faces. Some of your Invllcd s'hcn flunked by tall yellow can- i "ghosts" may like whipped cream dies with blnck cardboard witches : with (his. .ind eats climbing up their lumln-1 —-— jus lengllis. Arrange all the sil-' n • .'cr tu be used in a geometric!. OGTVlCeS at HlghtOWGf .jattcrn near the edge of the la- Smilh i About 125,103 dead accounts, in and son Jack, and Mrs. Tom Lit-' American savings banks, are be-; lie and daughlcr, Virginia, will licvcd to be secret deposits of mis-! go to Columbia, Mo., tomorrow to ers and gangsters i spend Ihe weekend with Miss Mir-I ! ' lain Smith, who attends Stephens! More lhan 87,677,500 miles 'ot college, and Miss Frances Little, 1 telegraph and telephone wires arc" who attends Chrjstian college, i in use in the United States 'today., Leon Smith jr. may accompany I ._ _^_ i tllC!n - I Whale blubber liurns at a tern-I Mrs. T. S. Cooper, of Cooler, is peralure high enousli to melt iron.' a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Miss Mildred Bradford, of Osceola, has been admitted to the Memphis Baptist hospital, Mrs. Ross »: Hughes is expect cd to return today from Memphis, where she has been under a physician's observation for several days, Mr. Hughes went down last nlghl. Mrs. S. L. Sears, of Wilson, was t.nkcn (o the Memphis Baptist 'ic'spitnl yesterday. T. A. Haggard, of Steclc, is a patient at Ihc Memphis Methodist hospital. Mrs. E. C. Smith has gone to J iaekson, Miss., lo visit ller daughter, Mrs. L. M. Carney. She will t's the Addition of R. E. WaMi To the Stair of Her School of Dancing. Mr. .Walsli, who is a spcciiilisl in bcdy comiitionim; to correct wcisht and in liiillvoom dancing, is a former teacher of Eleanor Powell and other 1'amous fiancer.;. lie has hnd live years experience with tlie Ned Wayljtirn Studios in New York Citv and Chicago.- Day anil Night Classes IJesinnin K Immediafely : CalI 42:! or 4-Ui-W Rite's at Manila Tuesday for Bobby Dan Riggs Funeral services were concluded at Mnnila Tuesday for Bobby Dan ntggs, two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thclmer Rlggs. Services wore conducted in the Methodist church with His Rev. John Harrison, pastor, olllciatlng. Bobby Dati wns taken to tlie Jewish hospital in St. Louis last week and was operated on Saturday morning. Complied lions developed and he died Monday morning at 10 o'clock. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thclmer Riggs, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. RISSS and Mrs. 11. W. Stutts, one uncle, rive aunts, and other relatives, interment was at the Manila cemetery. have nnpkins, china ami coffee cujis arranged for easy scrv- ug. Informality Is the spirit, bux- Jin simplicity the keynote of the menu. _ Uuffct Menu "A" menu"" like"th!s~\vnT~makc 'there will be services at the Hightower Melhcdisl church Sat- indny night,, 7:45 o'clock, when the Rev. j. c. Agncw, .paslor, will preach his final sermon before"iic goes to conference. •Interested members of t-he cliurcl . nerese memers of the church *ilches scream with delight mid ; imvc Issued an Invitation for all black cats imarcli their backs and members to ntlcnd. ' purr with satisfaction. The apple- duckcrs arc going to like II, too. Baked beans, sliced baked ham, orown .bread and O i[ vcr Cromwell had all English wilting paper marked with n fool's cream cheese cap and bells design, to show his sandwiches, Hallowe'en dessert, ' contempt for Kln» Charles I Thus marls nnd (marls of coffee, clg- Vlool's cap paper"- originated. ^irettcs and candies available, and l i _ : '•• ' t ; few good skeletons made of .vliite cardboard lurking in Hie Only 10 of the 02 known ele- far corners of the room la scare ip the appetite. •- For the baked - beans, use can- :ied pork nnd beans. Use as many :nns as you think will be needed, t To the beans, add u little dry iiiustiud, a reasonable amount of. Worcestershire sauce, a liberal ;prinkling of brown sugar and n :lnsh of cayenne pepper and a i'ew shakes of calsup. Turn into! .m attractive baking dish, dot with cutter, and bake in hot oven for | 20 minutes. Far grander lhan ,'on'd expect. | Hallowe'en Dessert Pour two-thirds cup of h uu'iiUs on earth arc necessary for plant growth. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE GF BACKACHES Thii Old Treatment Often Bring* Happy Relief Many sufferers itlifU'b najt'cinR hacVaeho quickly, CIKB Uioy discover tliat llic real cause i ol Iru-ir (rouble may be (ucd l-iilncyi, j The kidneys arc NnlurcVchicf w.iy ol iaVinc • (he cicc*3 aci<la rvn«l was'o niit of "(he UCKH!. • MoaL proplo (i^M aboul 3 |iiuls a day or about .vater over 1-4 cup seeded raisins. bolll'>g 3' » u Kof 12 C HOT DONUTS 1)07 COCONUT CINNA-QC MON: ROLLS. Diw. J IM.AIN ROLLS {T.C Dcz <> i-\- At'rnlicn f.ivcn cial Orders - I'honc BLYTHEVILLE RAKING CO. Services at Rosa Tlic Snndny services of Hie Rosa Methodist church will be nt 11 o'clock In the inurnlng nnd nt 1:30 o'clock Hint nlglit. ,Tlic morning .sermon will -bo on "The Second Coming o: Christ" and thixt night on "Tlie clmvgc; That Paul Gave Tim, Ihc Prcnchcr." This will be the final sermon of the pnstor, the Rev. J. C. Ajnow before he goes lo conference. Addresses Students Mothers! Doti't tnkc clinnccs i with colds ... rub on tinumls of . frequent or acnnly pusiacoa irilh n ami burning aliowa tliero tuny Lc aomctiilnB wrong with your kidnrya or lilatldcr. An cxec« ot afidg or poisons in your blotxl, v.'licn duo to funclioniil kiilncy lUsonlec?. may Lo iho c^uao of nagging backache, rheumatic Vaitu, tuinliauo, leg pnjti*, IOM of iicp mid en- ciicy, gcttinn up niRlils, swelling, puffi&ess iiftilei' ttto eyes, licndarlic* nm! liuiinrw. Don't wall! Ask VC.VK •lnic B lM for Doan's Pillj, ii.'fil Buccpisfitlly by rnillions fnr over -10 ypsra. Tiicy civo bnppy relief and wHIEielp Ific 1"> miles ol kidney tubes Elusli out poinonous \fJAto from your LlouO. Get Do&n'a 1'iU.t. lir.bhl Maurice Lyons, ol the Temple Israel, ndilrcssct! the Jun- j lor high .school n^cm'oly yesterday. He spoke on "Kveryonc's Place in LKc." 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