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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 29, 1934
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BLYttEVlLLE,-(AUK-.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1984 bariMh> Hr<te and Kathleen Hi|l*|i were hostMxs at a fare- «tU -nifty and handkerchief shower (Mn 'lor BobMf Rhodes who te.**ril* to Flint. )«ch. OMMfc «od conteaU w«re played MM* sandwiches, cake and lemonade were served. • * • CM* Meet Circlet of the Woman'B Missionary union o! the First Baptist church out Monday afternoon. The flnl group was entertained by Mrs. Herman Walpote when IS attended, Including ons visitor, Mrs. J. A. Patrick. Mrs. R. L. Reed«r taufbt UM Bible lesson, using the 3Sth chapter of Acts Mrs. Wal- pote and Mrs. Rceder offered pr»yen>. Circle 2.met with Mrs. U. W. Mullins . when leu were present. The deroilohal "The Great Com- mMon" was ilven by Mrs. w. M. Williams In which there were sentence prayers. The hostess served sandwiches, salad and Iced tea. Members of circle 3 met at Uio church. Mrs. A. C. Blaylock led the devotional "Behold I stand at the Door and Knock". Mrs. c. R. -Newtotnb oAcred prayer and Mrs. Alvin Huffman taught tho .Bible lesaon, tiling the llth chapter ol Romans. A Circus-Society Queen fife oj Mostly Personal lln. Dui Orrell and sister. Miss Irene Harper, spent yesterday in Memphle. .Uln Harper will remain for * week. Mrs. Vemon Marks and son, Bobbie,' returned lo Memphis yes- ter(t»y altei- spending three weeks with Mr. and Mre. Dan On oil. Ma«*. Pwil G'reenwell. G. H. GrMr aad Leslie Hooper were-In Meakphk yesterday. Mr». Jama B, Clark spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr*. J. A.' Waterman, of Mem phis, .visited here Monday. "Mr. and Mrs. H. J. klmbro and son, Hunt«r, o! JoiiMboro, were IrattU' M Mr. and Mrs. E. A Mahtr today. Miu Leah Davis, qt Mempms is the housetuest ot Mr. and Mrs Karl Buckler. . MA. Floyd Dkus and children o« «ai HiyO, Mo., who have been ttptto of Mrt. Dtcus' sitter, Mrs George Cariiey, and family, returned hbn»' today. Mrs.' Dicu: is tbe widow of the late Mr Dieiis' who was-kil>d late Sat- linuy nlsht. Ut. tod Jfrs. c. S. Stevens and eon, Cfifcmafe, and his cousin, s« or Mr.'and Mrs. John Stevens of Dell, have gone lo Ihe fair Chicago. They will .be away week. ... Mis. L. C. B. Young, of Osceola . spent yestad»y with Mr. and Mrs C. S. Stevens, her parents. •R. L. Dedman, who Is ill fron an Infected foot, was given blow pofaon serum today. Walter Rosenthal has returner! Irotn a buying trip to St. Louis. Mrs. A. M. ButU and Mrs. W. J. Pollard were in Memphis yes- terdiy haying gone down to be with Belly Black who underwent a tonsilectomy at Dr. Rowman's clinic. J. Mell Brooks, who has been in the hospital for five weeks vs ' -now belter. Miss Juanlu Martin, of Wnsn- Ington, D. c., will airive tonight to be the guest of her sister, Mrs J. W. Blythe, and family. Osceola Society — Personal Solves Oif-Season Evening Dress Problem The rminn t««y Mho la Klviin ft close - to - Iht- erounil ImllntlflB of the Man 01 the Klylng Tr«- IIC^Q Is U o r I B K o r r, Oucen of the Eandi Point Bath Glub'a big clrcut part; in which New York eoclotr folke mailo merry to cliniBI tht Sum tncr sca«oa Tim club Is tbe on< vaite farnoM by Iliior Lone.'' b I » ek ej'o last year. Mr. and Mrs. C. E .Sullcngcr and son, Charles, returned yesterday from n three weeks vacation spent In and around Ashvillo, North Carna. Miss Catherine Harwell Is the test of Mlu Charlotte. Holt in lem, Illinois. Miss Holt has vlslt- Osceola a number of times as guest In the Harwell home. Mr. and Mrs. 8. L. Gladisli, ac- »npanled by Mrs. W. W. Prewltt id Mrs. E. M, Jaffe, are expected Thursday from u two weeks ay in Hot Springs. Enroute home ey will stop In Ftorrest City here Mrs. Prewltt's small son, .ck, who has been visiting his tusln, Prentlu DeRossltt, will In tliem for tlw trip home. Fire originating In the kitchen ue almost completely destroyed j five-room frame residence on nlon street owned by Ike Miller nd occupied by the family of Mr. Hjemaker, mterday morning nt :30. The lost Is partially cov-' ed by Insurance. Mr. and Mrs. B, F. Williams and Steele-Cootcr Society — Personal Hayti Society-Personal There was n large attendance ut the meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society In the home ot Mrs. B. C. Sleele ST., Mondny afternoon. It was decided -that the society, which has/hot been meeting during Ihe % 'siimm4r, would resume.Us custom of meeting each Monday ullcr Seplcmbcr 1. Eight members were present lit the prayer meeting of tli W. M. U. at the Baptist church Monday afternoon. Mrs. John Bishop and son. John Allen, hnve returned after a months vkit with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Waters at Clifton. Tenn. Mr. and Mis. F. Ward and family of Polnton, Mo., and Mre. L. Wells, of Lcachvlllc, Ark., spent Sunday here «s gucsls ol Mr. nnd , Mrs. John Fnync nnd were accom- 1 j panted home by Robert Frame who 'ill be their guest for several days. Charlie Drlslow. of St. Louis, te lere attending lo business. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. C. Bsaslcy tinns- cled business In Carulhersville 'ucsday. Mr, nnd Mrs. Gernld Brooks moored to Marble Hill Sunday and (ere guests of licr parents, Mr. and 'Irs. C. A. Hobbs. Mrs. Brooks re- nnined for n week's visit. Mrs. Lloyd Booker has accepted a sosition to begin worlc nt the pest office September 1st for n six nonths period. Mrs. J. T. Koch, of Willcnberg. Mo., is guest ol Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I- ~'alterson. Mre. G. G. Ho-cy nnd children left Sunday lor her homo nt Sa- raunnh, Tenn., alter a two weeks The Stitch and Chatter Club • met at the home oi Mrs. Fred Kinaall Friday afternoon will eight members present. A pleas- »nl afternoon was spent sewing The .hostess served delicious rc- Ireahmenis conslsUnj of sandwiches, pickles, pie and grape juice The next- meeting will be In Ihi hoiae of-Mrs. W. H. Klrby. " • ' *\ • ^Mr». C. P. Wells anil daughter Mn. H. C. Lewis and daughters •nd Mrs. Charles Trataot, motor •ed to. St.. Louis Tuesday morning wbtre tlu>y will spend several day Tl*ttng tbe • former's daughtc . >!&«' HarUe Fern Lues, who 1 t«icbtag In a beauty school there "Mri. O. W.-regely and son. Bill oJVTerre Haute, Ind., arrived Mon- dty ifternooh for a vUit here with Mr.-.O. McCain and other relative. iMrs. .C. ! D.' StinBU'left Sunday for- Mcmpbli to spend a few days -. »WUn» whh relatives. She returned, haine Tnetday morning. .The Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Bald- rldge and .children of Inverness, It**.,' who barf been here for the p«t few dan rtHtlng in the home of-Mr. and'.Mrs. Sun E. Nethery, returned home Bthirtay. The Rev. . BiMHtet LttriaiOj held the position •€ pMtar in the local B«p- U*,cta*tfe. have returned atlcr a visit will Mrs. Helen Moore at Williford, nca Hardy, Ark. Miss Lillian Jane Hsmru. of Ful ton, Ky., Is guest or her sister, Mrs Bam Hnmra. lor two »tc)cs. Mr. and Mrs. N, Koury nnd dnughtcr, olga, and Mrs. L. Sim mons, spent Sunday in Blythevillc with relatives. Mr. and Mrs Charlie Lay am daughter, and John Spencer, ol Sa vantinh, Tenn., spent last week enf I'.erc with relatives. Miss Rubye Ashley is fpeiKlin licr vncnllon .with her parents Joiner. Ark. Misses {Catherine Taylor and Jan ogle arc visiting relatives of Miss Taylor at Searcy, Ark. While there Miss Bogle Is tire girest of Mr. an Mrs. Earl C. Hudgins, Mrs. J. N. Barnes, of Portagcvill< is the guest of her daughter, Mr J. H. Workman. •Ralph Copps spent last wceken with his parents at Bloonifleld, II Onlskn. small daughter of M and Mrs. Jesse Burke-lt, is sick wit colitis. Mr. and Mrs. Rebblc Johnso Shirley Farmer, nnd Miss Hete Taylor were guests of friends Blyllieville Sunday. GeraMitie Burp underwent an 01 visit here Burden. with her fnlher. J. U. Hejen HaS Sara. Ruth Acorn W*B»ce of Warden TWtcn Saturday .and wtre lm.'j.-W. Rhode* and daughter, »nd Newton Bulluigton from St «fcr* they bad,keen *. pt.jt we*. vfclt- Mr. nnd Mrs. cooper Malhtcs mil Mrs. Frank Wisdom have returned after a visit to Corinth. Miss.. Jackson and Memphis. Tenn. Mr. and Mre. R. C. Slcelc jr., Mrs. | Overturf and son. Junior, spent 1 Sunday in Memphis with Mr. Over- i turf, who under treatment at Methodist l-.ospltal. Mrs. Overturf remained until Monday nnd brought her husband home, and he is now under treatment »t McDanlel's clinic. Thsy were accompanied home by Mrs. H. a. Overturf. nnd daughter, Ruby, of Tyronsa. \^ro will visit • them and Mis. R. c. Steele jr.. for several days. Mrs. w. H. Northern was brought lime from the Blythcville hospital Monday, she has been undergoing Ircatment Iberc and will reluni lai- 1 for an OiKratlon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris, of Hay- II. spsnt Monday fi^rc as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill-Richie. Miss Maude Alice Bcaslcy has resigned her position at the Highway Drug store and her place ts being filled by Clarence McCallum. Clark Frame has accepted n position as bookkeeper at the gin at Hlllsman Taylor. Mrs. Shelby I. Stiles Jr.. of Ca- ruthersvllle, Is visiting her father Dr. J. R. McDanicl. Deari and Helen Vick, Brown '"ddleton.-and Ruble Burns, iwre guests of Misses Georgia and Hazel Curry, of Deering. Miss Eunice Guthrie spent last week end In Caruthersvllle as guest Of Miss Mollie Lee Bates. Baxter Southern and Clark Frnnu cratlon for lonslls nnd adenoids McDaniel Clinic Monday altcrnoo S. T. Hamra is in St. Louis bu.. nig fall merchandise for his stor Albert Hnmra. of Hayti, spc Sunday here with, relatives. Miss Ethellnc Miller, of Tusc loasa, Ala.. Is the guest of Mr. ai Mrs. G. W. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jenki and children, of Kcnnett, spent Sunday here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. s. H. Martin. H. L. Ycager nnd son, Lee. and daughter, Dorothea, spent Monday in Memphis. MLwra Sarah and Virginia. Nunn and Mrs. Tobie Long, of Blythc- ville, nml Miss Margaret Blythe, of uowiu. Ark., were guests of Mrs. , . illdren returned Monday evening I om Lake James, Indiana, where' lime and 13en Bernie Brings His Orchestra To Memphis Sept. 6th Wilh rcKE-n'alions already pour- Ing into Memphis from throughout the mid-south. Mcmpbli' Hotel I'eabody Is forecasting a record gala throng on its new Moroccan i(xjf next Thursday night when it presents the internationally famed dance melodies of Ben Bcrnle and his orcheslra. Nationally favored for years in his broadcasts over the NBC nct- iwork from Chicago and acclaimed .by Huongs in his (heatrlcnl ap- ]>enfanccs at Manhattan's Paramount Theater and elsewhere (hioiiiilioul the land, Bcrnle invades Ihe south to come to Hotel I'cabody next 'week for the first time since he came lo Memphis for.the grand ball of the 193H Cotton Carnival. 'All the lads' will be with him, including the famous German quartet, whose radio offerings of "1 Luff Louisa." "Ach! Dot Kiss," and many another have charmed thousands of radio listeners. icy were guests for some the summer home of Mr is. Dwtght Blackwood. ' The three-table night club lo hlch Mrs. Homtr Qulnn belongs as entertained by her last Thurs- Hugh Dlllahunty won high ay, with an extra table of guests ore club prise arid Mrs. c. B. river second. High guest prize i A '- lcjt ^ " sapphire Wuc chiffon velvet creation by P.itou, the hand gauged cape collar taking the- place won by Mrs. Clms. Lowranceiof fur trimming. This coal compliments a very frilly evening dress of chiffon of the same color. -' nd the trnv- ' • Irs. Fay alad plntc was ser Hayti Has Tent Revival Beginning This Week HAYTI, Mo.--A lent revival started Tuesday evening with Ihe Rev. Mr. Morris, a traveling evangelist, conducting the services. The Rev. Morris has with him, a sing- G. Underwood and wife, who acts as pianisl. Also they have a personal worker, Miss Dunn with them. The Rev. Morris comes highly recommended to Hayti. Tills is a community revival with all the churches assisting. ale our. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Behrens and wo children, Albert,"Jr., and Belie Joe left yesterday to .make heir home In St. Louis. Mr. Beli- . r<ra le A We d t | l °.i liB ' U ' n blaci<: cilc 1(lce with a mofl(; " lls "e pattern fashions this mid-season evening dress as sugyestcd by erved ut a'latc '' at011 ' Tile coslLulle is completed by n black velvet coat dimmed wllh ermine. A red buckle for the belt adds an unexpected touch of color. BV JEAN I'ATOU lively gay ensembles as bclils Hit Hero again I lit lur jacket or lav- Written for NBA Service season. 'ishly tin-trimmed 'ARIS: — Early fall evening' In the tame way, niid-sensoii logether too p: . 8 and Vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Pratlier Arpcrs and children returned Thursday from a weeks visit wilh relatives near McKinncy, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clnrk announce Ihe birth to a daughter Tuesday. Calvin Hicks, of Jackson. Tenn., is the guest of hL> daughter. Mrs. [E. E. Evans, and expects to recd wrap seems al- lnain ,„,. 5cv ' crftl „ ' mmatnre. Yet the I Ml , „,,„ Mrs n . Wingfield an- he fathion picture novelty. Fabrics arc devoid of any denl. as autumn nights ran be de- Tiwwliv sh nevertheless worthy hint, O f fragility for the evening cidcdly chilly. We Inevitably fall June Mi-s . . . up back on the Ugh. velvet trailing for a vacaton - , - ,-- will visit the autul »" bt -y 1es -. tno nrsl "''"£ ". m at Ule ° rens Is connected with the Federil clotilcs ' wlllle 'l le y m w sc eni very'styles never mnnlfest any startling need ol a comfortable wrap is evi- ntermediale Land Bank and will rcmotc from tnc '""'"'" """ """"" eside In St. Louis. ' Llst now - ale Nashville, Tennessee and vicin uf collsl dcratlon and often offer a "and lightweight woolens make ty" is the destination' of Mr andl' n "" bcr of lm eresting character-! daytime clolhes. drs. Russell Crockelt who lei' I whcu contemplating • • ' istics. _ .... .. . . _ = fall season, on !and one's preferences. rnndmother of t'he latter. '• V011V tmR Blnntion suggests are day the oilier hand, too summery a Di.u-rrlion is indicated in this, Mrs. Bculah Ross Mrs Bradlcv clotllcb - Tnc >' belong to the csscn- nolc in culorins is equally out, of'category of clothes — mid-season l C oinnanipri the latter's son tll '"- v l> ractical category in the place. The conclusion, therefore,'evening ensembles— despite the fact! ton nnd 1 mode, by llisir coloring cut and Li Hint the ideal evening dress to; that 1 have always advocated the 1 children snent Sunday gucsta of friends In Osceola Moii-, fal)lic ' WC!U ' in lnis '"-betwct'ii iierlod is . necessity of a certain amount, of ictnrles Clark day.. -. . j Mid-season colors for evening-as made ol semi-sheer fabric such as |"eclat" in these. While the prac- j M FS Everett Wilkins 'Mrs. W. B. Hale and Miss" rii-/n. . we " as daytime, aHlioiigli sonic- georgetle, 'chiffon Aaftetas or lace, jticnl,note Is.stressed, these ensem- 'home" • -'" - T what neutral, arc in perfect liar-. Wrap Is Essential Ibles can nevertheless achieve with this jnlgr.nied'uiry irev-. With i dress in cither of these'decided note of elegance, iod ot fashions and clever com- three mediums, there must neccs- [-though their coloring is not altc- estcrday morning Vhile away they romlinson, and John Bradley, of rth ol a daughter was named Lottie Wingfield was, before wrap, nel . n i arr j a g c jjjss juanita Pounds. advance" While I admit the classical satin 'el or the ^iorter'coaU w°itli""or; allirtIr ' so n n<1RMr n' ^ ct um *j' C S?. nal<i - ilj evening dress is a little premature .without fur, according to the style j d!ly from ' a ' thre ' e weeks visit with I relatives near Halls, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clark, ac- by Mrs. S. V. Wolvcr- Mrs. O. G. Clark and with Mrs. W. B. Hale and Miss Elixa- , beth Doyle arrived home Mondav' evening from New York city. Tliey'" 10 "- 7 is 111 at her were accompanied to New York by Mrs. Roger Poitras who went to loin her Imsbiind after a visit with relatives and friends In O?rco!n. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Lancy and Mr. and Mrs. Faber White rctuin- ed Sunday evening from a ten days vacation spent in Biioxi imd j other points on the Gulf coast Mrs. J. w. Edrlngton and dnii s h-! ter. Madeline, and son, William I Bard, returned Monday from a \K- I it with the former's sister Mrs Madeline Campbell, of McLeans-' boro, Illinois. Mrs. Edringlou was: accompnnled home by her mollicr ; Mis. w. B. Flannignn, and .small 1 grandson. IJen Flannigan. «-], o l , 1>lntll ions will often produce re-la- ;sarlly be a wrap to complement It. mother new. a| Nunibel . 8 .,, ld c , schools even will close for cotton nlcklno t i OJ1 Wednesday ' "•""« KilC have been *• ••Jk™..5^=31 BY MAKY ¥.. DAGUE NEA Service Staff Writer Do you know ho\v lo get a goDrl an extended visit' dinner in thirty minutes'.' If you .!" MeLcans- ! don't, now is tf.c moment to learn. : can be cook- .^ , _ > ----- ••• ••••-«-«- u H3-. \tuii v, nwn i^ n. u iiiuitic ooro. nnd Mrs. Louella Flnnnlgnn Ordinarily, dislici that i Ui Louisville Kentcky. Miss Jane* cd on top of the stove or broiled Flannlgnii of Louisville also accom- 1 hi the broiler nre the quickest lo if IK Ednnglon home nnd sin oe prepare. However, any concoction 8 'lr CS L_ for ^ omc llay5 in tllat Ca " bc » 13 de while the oven and . is heating and baked in individual the homes of Mrs. _ e ^"hn^i 1 " 810 "; ^ 8 " C wl " rclllrn molds demands lejs attenlicn o hei home in Louisville (or a fowls cooked over a hot fire. e» dnss before going to Ward- At first thought, .chops and steaks seem to be the only miick cooking meals, but a little con-1 chilled cocktail. Halves of grap3- fruit and fruit cups muse good appetizers, loo. and Uikc little time. Chill the frihl all day in the icebox, though, to save" frantic last minute efforts. What In Avoid Easy-to-prepare vegetables ate | essential for the quick dinner—or [you may use canned ones. Cauli- 1 flower, brussels sprouts and broc- ccli, which, be soaked in salt water for thirty minutes before cooking, do nnt lend themselves (» hurry-up meals, but cclercy. tomatoes and cairots that can h: use;! without cooking are a boon to the business woaian who cooks. Salads are not dillicult. although their choice is rather limited lor last minute preparation. Lettuce endive (both French and curly), ro- mainc. Chinese cibbage and plain it in the icebox ready for dinner in the evening. Generally the busy woman will find fresh fruit 01- toasted crackers with cheese and black ] coffee the best standby. Read Courier News Want Ads Tomorrow's Menu BHEAKPA5T: Cubed fresh pineapple, cereal, icream, crisp broiled bacon, raisin muffins, milk, ccffce. LUNCHEON: Tomato bouillon, •o.ilad of frcsn fruits in halves of cantaloup;, rolled cheese sandwiches toasted, milk, tea. DfNNER: Veal birds with brown .sancu. scalloped, macaroni nnd tomatoes, baked corn, celery hearts and carrot straws with home-made relisiiw, jjrape bavarian cream, milk, codec. MALARIA 666 l.iijulrt or Tablets Checks Mal- arfi In Three Days. Sure Preventive Marjorie Duckett Toiicliur. All Types of Dancing. Registration Aug. 31, Sept. 1 Studio nt Hotel Noble his boro O. G. Travis. Monday. WadeB nrkclt. of Cniro. III., nnd i K. A. Hamra, ot Cardwcll, were din- I "cr guests of Hnmra Sundav at the mlon niotlier's of Illinois held Mrs. members 'present, ages BcM Ooorkr New -Wut A«U \f r . Mrs. S. F. . Mr. and Mrs. Cuba Hlgdon and Mr. and Mrs. c. B. Corcll have returned home after a month's visit St. Louis, MO, and St. Geneva, , and Torre Haute, Ind. and Mrs. Kouryi o{ winter. While Mrs. Edringlon cabbage can lw usod alone with variety ot dresslncs or as the base for fruit and vest-table salucls. A Salad rrciMutiun If greens arc kopl w,i;hc:l and ccntralion on llic meat question crisped nnd dressing made, little reveals n lairly wi:lc variety.! time is needed to make up a salad, re- Liver, link sausages, park tender- j Always wash, drain and pv.i iinr> her, loin, beef tenderloin, broiled bam-Inn air-tight coiumer em>ui;h ..valntl i'. Ihc Thompsons! burger, thinly sliced veal end the j greens for several meal';. Tins in- Indlana. which was smoked pork :or a T, - — a—.-o to Ward- Bclmonl college in Nashville Tcnn- ssce. where site will be a student tli^. \fftllAV \*l\. II - • . _ t^'V MeLeans- *'as present annual nil-day family nnd hnmccomlno of family, ' ....... U11 „,„ at the home of hrr sislcr Campbell, with sevetily-Iive ft^r .. _____ . >->.vj nn, from -a-., ranging eighty-live down t 0 four years. Amon s the Osccolaiis attending |i,e Tom Mix circus In products that can to pan-broiled all can be milckly prepared. Fish Also Available surcs crispucss and prevenw dressings nnd watery <ala:K Quick desserts are more of n problem. Simple pudding that i I The way fish is packed and ship- arc quickly stiricd and will bake pcd nowadays makes it i»s5ible | wliife the dinner is b?in» served to cook it with practically no prc-,a_re good during tho wintcr'niontlis., transacted Monday. business In Memphis Mrs, Charles Bites and son, Pat, Cairo, m.. spent Sunday night he.> with Xfornus N.--Koury enroulc to Los Angeles, Calif. Mr: and Mrs. Warren Pierce spent Sunday with frisnds in Portagcvllle noyd Blodsoc and Miss Heler Mnrarall, of Memphis, sr/nt last week end here with t'*c lattcr's mother. Mrs. Viola Marshall. Braggadocio News Mr. and Mrs. Gtorge Long, Frank, nnd Misses Katluyu, S»r», nnd Mablc Long went to Mcmrrtils Saturday. Miss Kathrj'n remained, tor a few days. Mrs. L. E. Glnginheimcr had a group of friends at licr home Sunday evening for supper. Rex Alexandria, of Flint, Mich., is visiting his aunt and unole, Mr. and Mrs. Tom May. Mr. and Mrs. Coppage have as their guest. Mr. Coppage's mother and niece, Miss Lvila D. Martin, ol Hartford, Ky. Mre. Floyd Honlcl Is at the Blymerillc hospital. -^ The ,Rev. Crocker and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Skinner attended church at the Carulhcrsville Baptist church Sunday night. Juanlla Gill, of H»yll, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Edgar Dye, lwo w *. L. Merle; Mrs. ben Butler and sons, Ben 'and Gene. Mrs j „ Shcddan and daughter Billy Fain' Mrs. L. S. Minor nnd two children' Mrs. Dudley Lynch nnd Dudlev tr and Homer Qulnn. Miss Ruth Goldberg attended Ihc fading of Miss Rose Hedburg and Mr. Ben Saccahrin which took plnce In Memphis Sunday attcr- Ruth 1 limlnary preparations. Oysters raJTl-e woman who can spare an lion R standby tor last-minute dinners. | in the morning, can prepare a gel- noon nl 4:30 at the home of the bride. The stores nnd business houses of Osceola hnve observed Thurs- day afternoon as a holiday ihrosich the month of August. Tomorrow being ' In slew, scalloped, creamed on toast, en brochctte. baked with inncaroni and mushrooms, or dene as "pigs In blankets"—oysters arc alwnya clc- liclcus and wilh the exception of the macaroni mixture may be pre-j pared and cooked in thirty minutes | or less. : Small fish, fish steaks and fllleu;! of fish may b: bakctl, pan fried j or dccp-fal fried, or! . . ntme or custard dessert nnd tuck - broiled m a boiler in tl:e mini mum o[ time. , I First courses for quick dinners' arc easy. Soups need only reheating and sensoniiij;. Vegetable n,. ,„„, _.,—• -- "" Juice cocktails come hi bsttics ready' will Jn MT'T^V th ° to •» wned ' 011| S- re,uc,»ber l^ «»l «c the last afternoon , )ut the bottle in the refrigerator! In the morning to Insure a well-! BHOME 134 FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEPT. One Dress [Hv«rre <!rounrts MILWAUKEE tupi - Mrs. 'Kd- ward W. Fromm was recently awarded n divorce from her husband on Ihc strength of her testimony that he had bought her only- one dress In Ihcir 20 years of mar- lied life. BEST rRlftS PAH) KOR Cotton J. E. Hasson Phone 4M Office Grand Leader Bld(. (RITZTHEHTRE! BIG MUSICAL SHOW iS'«/(f/«.v September 2, One Day Only C'nnliniKius Shnwinj; — .Matinee anil Nighf On the Slaf/e in I'crson MAMIE SMITH STAGK - SCKKEN - IJADIO - VIC'J'OK KKCOKDINO STAK WITH WALTER PICHON AND HIS 52 — VICTOR UKCOKUING ARTISTS — 12 TrescnlinK Musir That's Different Including The Famojus Midnite Steppers I'osilivcly the (irciiti-sl All Colored Unit on Tour. Diii'fl From 1'ublix. Theatre Tniu. —ON THE SCRKKN— The World Moves on with Franchol Tone and Madeline Carroll 1'iciures Start 2:00 - :>:(l(i . ,s ; oo . ii :W) ' Va'uflcvilU's Start -li.'in - 7;:<n . tO:3(j Admission Until 6:00 I'. M. _ z(\t and 40c .After fi:00 I>. M. — -lOc Tn Everybody

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