The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 13, 1930
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IGETWO ' BLYT1IEVILI.E. (AM.) COURIER-NEWS Personal Interest -CLUBS Activities and News of Wo,men .. . j l^fi. Ed$w Bonun U having the !>MM*y Luaehton club ..... . , . fell*: Tuesday Bridge club is with Mrs. 0. R. Bab cock. '.. J. (P. Lentl Is imvlng a Bridge luncheon lor Mrs. Prank jJunnlncbAm, « bride, win recently moved her*; from Carultiersvllle. EMrs. L, te.'Brlseco Is entertaining fllh a t*»:fn compliinenfinE Mrs. -6. Brlscoi, formerly of here and of Denver, who will be hero te day. iCra, W. H. Minyard is hostess to Wednesday Bridge club. . £Tbe Two Table Bridge Club Is be- Ing enterUUiKd by Mrs. L. E. Story. s ..-Hr». Cecil Shane Is having the . «!;• Mrs. Rosi D. Hughes Is hostess tat the- ttursday Lunchcln club. JIThe Young Matrons Bridge club to, meeting with Mrs. P. L. Pit man - . ' tTbe literary department of the Woman's -club is meeting at Uic art house for a study on H. O. Tfelta with 1 Mrs. W. I. Dcnton as leader, v Here's Menu Oscar of the Waldorf Suggests for Your Sunday Dinner , Starr-Green '•HjAjZmouncefiicnt was made toda; ct 'U» inirriage ol • Miss Rubj :preen, c'f this city, to Mr. J. R BUrr. 'of-' Helena. The wedding ;took Slice' here Tuesday, Jsnutry ?, With Jiutic* Oscar Alexander i.pwfonnitig the ceremony. They JWtit to Memphis for a short bridal ,-gtp. The bride Is tte daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Oreen. -;•, ... . » . [Sfmrfae ftuly Ginn ^j=/A surprise birthday pavly wns ^$ive'n Herman Bumbelnskc'y lust , (Jvcninsr at his home on Clilckasaw- : .b» avenue '.when these guests were fc|i?eh*: 'Masses. Madge and £ra .M»y Sanders, Gertrude Slianks, Maxwell, Louise Adkins, Bumbelasley,' Thomas and '•James Sanders, Fred and Alvcu ;»ferten, ~A\ihU Ohllds and I<ynn : -BaJwr. • I ; • . • •:•;. Dancing and cards amused the Jj»ity until 10:30 o'clocV .vjhen '•': .thicken sandwiches and drinks were : ? :*erved. ..-•• BifsofNem Personal Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fletclitr, of Wilson, vMlca Mr«. I. o. We»t- brcnks and family Sunday. Mr. and MM. L. a, Thompson spent yertercUy In Homertvllle, Mo, , Ira Wright and Jack DtvU, of Ceceola, were Visitors hi' the city yesterday. ' • Mrs. Berry B.'Brooks Jr., of Me plils, spent the wetktnd her mother, she wu home by Mrs Allan Walton ant H. C. Knippenberger, who will return tonight. j Tlnks Hall, of Osceola, tpenl yesterday here. Mrs. the Dr. and Mrs. M. O, Usrey have! ^°trt in'osceX with Mr Jilt as tlielr 'guest, Mrs. Usrcy's aunt, I ^i ' na ln ° Ke01i Wlth Mr ' Wt Mrs. Jolm Dix of Cleveland, Ohl't ; . A. c. Necly Is visiting In : c)au(J(; Dooos and Don [•aragculd for a short time; i of Wilson spent Sunday here wit!Mrs. J. H. Thompson returned to Irlend5 - licr home In 1'aragould yesterday n week's stay with her son, L. O. Thompson, and family, Sam Thomas spent the week-end in Memphis. Herbert Chapman, of St. Louis, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Matt Menaghan, jr., ana Mr. Mon- aglmn yesterday. Miss Sarah Nunn is ill at her home on Walnut street fro liiln^ llucnza. Mrs. J. P. Lcnti is spending today in Memphis. Osceola Society Briefs MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1930 Mrs. Jesse Wiggins, who wu be fore her recent marriage, Miss A! Inc Smith of Osceola, was compll- cmnted by members of the Methodist church choir, where chf Is or to • the two Uble bridge club to hlfh <h« belongs at her homo ere; Friday Wteruoon, entertain, ifaljo an extra Uble of guetts. [%b'icore club prize was won by lift, Kp«*r Qtiino, hkb MOW I Mat irlw by Un, J, L. Wart, and Mrs. C. B. Drtvtr cut eoMolaUoo, Dell- etow rKrwbaMati wr* **md fol- owing the game. Guesu- present btaidfs the club- nomliers wer« ^inei F. f. Jtootx. J'. L. Ward, B. J, Kal* and 8. D Carpenter. Niaiiteeh njeoibm attended tfic WHting .o< the Weriin'i Ohr^tlin tnion »t thi hoto» (H Urt. A. 8 Mftife ptttaV aftimoon-'The hieet- Infr was prefided Swr oy Mrs. H A. B«hr«ns and tiie lesson, taken from the ttrtnrttroogh the sixth chapter* o( Oeneeif, was led bj Mrj. M. L. Sumcers. • / * ' Mrs. Hugh Hughey of Memphis who has been ill at the home o her mother, Urt. J. H. Lorewcll, in Oscebla for the pest week, was tak en to the Methodist hospital In MempliU yesterday afternoon for Jxamtnallon and treatment. Sh Iras acoompankd by her mothe and her tlster, Mrs. Thad Felton of El Dorado, Aft., who is vlsltln Int Metlwdlst church are attend la* the DittrKt Miulonary confer nee kt ^pcesboro today: R^v. ;• . WtUciaon, 3. A. fift, H. H • rooti, Mesdames Dave Voun* Ufd RAMy and L. Howloc. li. Drt«r is recovering at hi htre'from injuries'(p his fac: iS wKen' he aeeldcntaUy rtep. through an opening in the' h»; Ct hii-batn swr« : a few day. afD, 'falilaj to the floor btoent) and cijttii^ bit lip and che«k. pr. U b. Massiy of Oaeebla U it . Wmphl» Oscar of the Waldorf (rl|hi) sup-r vines thh sllclnjiof rump steak into i cat tets. <* Bride •i'.-Mrs. John Dcen, who before her ..'recent marriage was Miss Charley VA'nnantrout, was the lionoree at s^ miscellaneous shower given Frl- rflay night, by Misses Nellie Johns ; : «0d, Alice .Mae Cannon at the •: borne of Mrs. Reginald Cannon on West Main street. :The 16 guests enjoyed playing bridge and danciris before tlie fi tore entertainment, -that of iire- -_sentlng. the bride with an intcr- ..•-.: esting 'assortment of remembrances. ; .Site iiHovered these by pulling a rope attached to a pink and white box. The same colors were used throughout the party. The hostess served tuna fish salad, permiuto sandwiches, cakes arid hot chocolate. .Mrs. Deen will Join her husband February 1, at Little Rock, where (hey will make their Jiomc. EDITOR'S NOTE: This i> the nirnu which Oscar of (he Waldorf, writing for The Courier Newt and ;NEA Service, sujtcsls for yonr ncsv Sunday tinner. Oysters Celery Olives Cream of Mushroom Mncedolnc of Beef, Waldorf Rice Croquettes nomalnc IiCtluce, Prcnch Dressing Prune Jelly CMtce . Mtccdoinc of Beef, Wa(iorf •The (tisircd Quantity of Jim Davis spent the week-end in Memphis. steak is cut Into slices half an Inch lii thickness and formed Into, the shape of cutlets, three Inches by two inches, 'flat. Trim all to.tlie same size and Inrd thickly on one side with bacon fnt. Lay out, Inrdcd side uppermost Inn flat pan nml ncnrly cover will! richly llnvored 'stock. Cover the pan with a Hd and braise in ar wen for an hour. Remove the lid baste the slicw with (rtnvy, and lc them remain Uncovered in the ovci linlll the larding has taken coior they aro then ready to dish. Use equnl nmouuls of sliced car. lots, turnips, cuUlng them Into ancy shapes; ereen n«»s, slrini s, asparagus to^xs aud snml sprigs of cauHflower; toll all U salted water until qulic tender. Melt in a saucepan a lump oi butter, add n little flour and stir in enough •. milk to maku a sauco, nddlng pepper, salt and n llttl; grated nutmeg. Put into this sauce all the vegetables, of which there rhould be a sufficient quantity tn make them adhere together, and loss them gently In it until rmiis hot. Pile In the middle of a dish •Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cavilt. accompanied by Misses Edna Freeman, Lucile Fishner Frances Caldj •.well, Irma Oliver ' and Thanes Jackson and C. B. Holt motored to Late. Ark., yesterday where they spent the day with Dr. and Mrs ;C. A. Caldwell. Mrs. Cavltt and Miss Caldwell rcmaine dfor a week's stay with iheir parents. nd place the slices around them n a circle. Skim off nil fat from the gravy xmr it [uoiiml the dish but not ovei .ho slices, ami serve. FELT LIRE SHE MIGHT FAINT Wanted to «o I'lHct's, Bu Too Weak. Hetter After TnkinR Cardui. Mrs. Everett B. Gee li able to Banist, at an Informal party folio cut folhwlng a week's Illness. ••'.. j lowing weekly rehearsal Friday evening. Mis; Martha Hcney, who under- •cnt a major operation at the Icmplils Methodist hospital scver- 1 dnj's. Is daily improving. Her ister, Miss Mary, has returned cine. Mrs. J. L, Hudson and children, f Memphis, have arrived for sev- ral days stay with Mrs. Hudson's nollier, Mrs. Otto Shlde, and fain- Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon spent, yes- .crday In Wilson with relatives. The party was given at the home of Mrs. A.8. Rogers on Kelser avenue. Cleverly original toasts were said to the bride by each guest present, and she WAS presented with a silver pitcher, the gift of the choir. Delicious • refreshments were served late In the evening. Mrs. Wiggins has been organist at the First Methodist church for several years. . * • Mrs. L. D. Massey was hostess The Woman's Missionary soclet of the First Methodist church wl meet in the church parlors this al ternoon. Mrs. Q. B. Segraves wi lead the mission study lesson fo the afternoon. The Baptist Woman's mlisiontu Union will meet at the home Mrs. Ida Tucker this afternoo with Mirs. R. H. Jones leading to mission study lesson from the ten '•At the King's Command." C. E. Sullenger, who has bee confined to his home for several days suffering from an abscessed ear, Is reported improving. The following delegates from the atteodlnc the cUnic ieoBdieted ot Hejuphli hoi p)UU teiay jprecedloc tltt opeHttt, of th* Tri^tatc Mtdical aeocla- ion meeting there Tuesday. He ji-il emain ttuough the asso elation meeting. Dr. W. J. Shed dan will be In attendance Tuesday and Wednesday and Dr. C. M. Har well Wednesday and Thursday. Clem Bowcn Haney, 17, son o Hrs. Kate Haney, is recoverin from a light case, o'f scarlet fever No other cases hare been reportci here. Earnest Wattes and Miss Chris tine Underwood, both of Baldwh Mia., were married here, Justici O. L. Waddell performing the cer emo'ny. Leslie James Smith and Miss Lu la TaclseU, both of Basselt, Ark were married here, Justice 'O. Waddeil saying the ceremony. Justice O.. L. Wiaddell performe the ccrembhy unltliiy' in m»rrii( Ten H. Battles 'and Mtv; Mildrc i lodjera, both of Oscepla'. • • R..P. Kennedy «nd Miss Qellc obnson, both of Reiser, Ark-, were oiM la aMirim by Vunloe <J.-L. Wtddeli of Osceola. Jim RountavUle and Uus Annie Kgy, both' of Kelser, were married •ere, Jutltee O. L. W»ddell oaylnj JM ceremony. The'literary department of'l'ii iOeoU Women's Progressive club will meet at the country honjc 01 Oa. John White north of 'Osocoh afternoon. Mn. G, B. 80- grmres will lead the flrat iJsson m new study text, "The Kecent Oalot In American ClvUlzatiun" Kirby Page. by If, 2 Glasses Water, Not Too Cold, Help Constipation One glass water Is not fnough— take 2 glasses a half hour before breakfast. You get quicker and better results by adding a little simple glycerin, saline, etc,,' (known as Adlertka) to one glass. Unlike other remedies. Aulcrlku acts on BOTH upper and lowir bowel and removes old poirohs you never thought were in your system. Adlerlka stops gas and sour stomach in 10 minutes! Believes constipation in 2 hours. City Druj Store.- Adv. fs Hospital Notes Hot Springs, Arl;.—"About- three ye:irs ago 1 found inyjclf In a rundown condition,"'writes Mcs. E. L. Allen, cf 211 Prospect avenue, this city. "At tlmps I had soreness In the lower part of my body. I was very nervous, .had »'eak trembles, and at times felt like if 1 did not lie down I would faint. So many times when I wanted to go places 1 v'cuid find myself In Ihls weak condition and I could not go and enjoy myself. I -hntcd to give up, but knew I would have to comethins or jive up and go to tied. "My slslcr told rag to.lry Cardul. She knew it was good.'I felt better alter my first bottle, but thnuuht best (n keep on I After 1 had taken .Cfcrdui I did not have this trouble again. I was lid of the soreness and tlic weak no-account feeling. I can, recommend Cnrrtul for this ronson.' Thousands of other women have told how Cardul helped 'tliem. In use by 'women lor over fifty years. Try it in your case. IAK& Paitails ntlmlUcrt to the Blylhc- villc hospltftl include: John Lovcli Ingle. Haytl. Mo.; Sidney Slnuey i city; Mrs. Fred W. Cnrlock, city; I Miss Eileen tester, city. : Read Coiuicr News Want Ads. CARDUI Helps Women to Health Tliedford'a Black-Draught should, also bo uacd In connection jrlUi Curdnl. as ^ laxative. 25^. itl Milton C. Work Improve \ car <7e-f BRIDGE by RADIO Auction arid Contract Tuesday KLCN 1:30 p. m. GST Monday an4 Toesiay ' • "SILENT" With Miss Payne at Piano L D. li,nman, Enid, Spidc... ...:. K, J. 7, 4 Hearu :.. K, 9. «, « Di»:nond*.- K. 4 CluVi Q, 4. J Walttr F. n*T/tr, PkilaiMpIti*, Pa. Spxln 8, 6,3 Hc«it> _..Q, 5.4 DUunondA-.i Q, 10, 2 CM* : : j. 9,5, i N Hrj. C. E. Trrrtr. 5]>idcf -.:..-•. ...'.Q.i. 5, 1 Ht.rt._— .............. :. J. J Ditmoada. ____ ....... :.t. I Cluti ......... K. 10, t, 1. 1 Mn. Campbell D. EJgat, Brnwrfon, Sp«dci '_;. A. 18 llorti .-„.. A. 10. 7. 1 Dinaondi A, J. 9. 7. 6.3 Club>:.._..V-....- A Should you open the bidding with No Trump or Diamond* oo South'a hand? Do you know whoi to jump your partner's bid? Do you understand how thc'fint c«rd led lomettma hdp» Declare" to plan finesses? Decide how you would lid and play tl' 1 ! hcnd at Auction and Contract; then time In with thfe Rndio Game for the expert version, with comment and ta- struction by Milton C. Work. A tvmnury oftkt famt wHt mffur in tku pfpff JMILINC IRISH EYES \Vith James Hall Comedy and Fox News Admission, Matinee and Night 10-25c ; theatre Monday 25 Stars! Chorus of 200 Big Song Hits! Pep! Gayety! Girls! Laughs! AH Talking, Singing and Dancing All Talking Comedy—"Shipmates" Admission, Matinee 10-35c Start at 2:00 P. M. Admission, Night 25-50c 6:45 and 8:45 •<* A True Statement Made by International Shoe Company of which Peters Shpe Co., is a Branch Sales for 1929 were $132,110,129.00-production for 1929 was six million pairs more than in 1928. They ajso made the statement to Joe Isaacs that the firm of Joe Isaacs has sold more shofe than any other store in Arkansas and that Joe Isaacs has lead the state in retail shoe sales since 1903. •/. • .,. There must be a good reason why a store in Blytheville sells more Peters shoes than any other store in Arkansas. Peters all leather shoes are guaranteed by the manufacturers and by Joe Isaacs to give satisfaction and you'll find our prices are extremely low. ; .. /' ; " ' ' . • '.'. : ' •''-;• . ." SPECIAL NOTICE v - • Beginning January 15, 1930, we will discontinue giving premiinn tickels but will give away Eagle Stamps. You all know what a saving Eagle Stamps mean to you, so'call-for them when making a purchase. Vi'c will redeem all outstanding stamps. . AACS TO!pra^^

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