The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1940 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, January 8, 1940
Page 2
Start Free Trial

PAGE-TWO. - BLYTHBVILLB; (ARK.) COURIER NEffs -~ Thirty Million •Bring Trouble On Mexican Honeymoon Trip Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. C. P. Tueter and Mrs. W. A. Alfllck entertaining Charlevolx chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, one o'clock, Hotel Noble. Order of Eastern Star having staled meeting, 7:30 o'clock at the Hall. Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr., entertaining Bi-Monthly Bridge ctub, ' City Contract club meeting with Mrs. Jessee • Stltt. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. Tuesday club meeting with Mrs. Max B. Reid. MJss Virginia Martin having Double G. club. Mrs. A. G. Hall entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Business and Professional Woman's Circle, First Methodist church, meeting 7:30 o'clock at the church. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. H. P. Kelsey Jr., and Mrs. Elbert, Huffman entertaining ADD Bridge club at Kelsey home. Ladies' Aid of Temple Israel meeting eight o'clock with Mrs. Herman Pollack. Mrs. A. Conway and Mrs. Marion Williams entertaining Chapter D of the }VK. O. Sisterhood nt the Conway home. Town and Country club mset- ing with Mrs. J. YV. Parker. | Wednesday Bridge club mcetimj with Mrs, Charles Rose. ....^ _ Junior-Senior Parent Teacher I. '"°~' ' """ , association meeting three o'clock \ ber « ale now '""icymoonlng In Mexico, at school preceded by executive' board meeting at 2:30 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A. G. Shlbley entertaining Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock. Elliott Fletcher chapter, United Daughters of. the Confederacy, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. A. M. Butt, Mrs. W. L. Horncr entertaining Mid-Weck Bridge club. Delta Contract club meeting with Mrs. Fred Rutherford. Mrs, Carrol) P. Blnkemore having Thursday Contract club. Double Four Bridge club meet- Ing with Mrs. Ivy VV. Crawford. Thursday" Luncheon club meeting, with Mrs. R.. P. Kirshner. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. T. R. Shepherd and Mrs. Frank Secman entertaining Dorcas Sunday school calm, First Baptist church, at Shepherd home. Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr., entertaining Friday Bridge chib. Mrs. Harold Slernberg, of Memphis, was before her recent marriage, Miss Miriam Louise Mayer, of Dallas, Tex. Mr. arid Mrs. Slern- for the coming year were discussed. Mrs. Wyatt Henley gnve Ihe devotional. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson and Mrs. Obcrst, co-hostesses, scrveil a ae.s- sert course of cake, penchrs nnd whipped cream with hot chocolate. Han for Dance Members of the ,1. u. a. club who met at the home of Miss Wnndn Fislior Saturday night made plans for a dancing party to be given Friday night, Jan. 19. Tile party which will be (jiv'cn at the American Legion Hut will be a "backward dance." Mlss Fisher served a two course supper before the business session. * 4 > Club Has New Member . Mrs. O. O. Hardnway attended (her first meeting of the Friday Bridge club (is a member Wilson Society—Personal Cooperative Club lias Its Bits of News Mostly Personals Mr.s. Jjiijjh Craig, who Is liie former Miss Kathleen Hessle, and her nephew, Jimmy Carson, have relitracd from .Miami and Key West, Pla., where they spent the Oi\rlslmas holidays, They we:-e the eiirsls of Jimmy'* mother, Mrs. Farris Carson, who lives i». Miami. While away, they attended the . Orange Bowl football game between Missouri University and Georgia | Tech. Mrs. Craig's mother, Mrs. I Billy Hessle, who accompanied them tlvro, will .spend Ihe remainder of (he winter with her '. daughter, Mrs. Carson. ! Mr.s. Tom Phillips spent the week • I end in Wilson with her sister. Mrs.' 1 Ralph Robinson, and family! ' | I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oils, who! have been living nl 1110 West Ash 1 street, are now residing In the 1300 block on Holly. Mrs. Bob Matthews has returned to her home In New Orleans after 1 having spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Orate, i Miss Snrn Jo Little Is able to bo ' out after having been 11! o; in- | liuenza for a week. i iVfrs. W. Lecn Smith underwent '• a major operation Saturday at the : Walls hospital, She is expected to ' be confined to the hospital ,for at j least three weeks. ' ' | Mrs. Lee Medlln, of Bcnton, camo Saturday for a visit wllh her grandmother, Mrs. Joe Eikins. She will be here for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips, who have been making their hcme nt 218 East Davis avcmie arc now I residing at 509 Walnut. Bobble Chiles, son of Mr. nncl Mrs. Bob Chiles, has been ill of a cold at his hcme on North First. 1/ai'ecsl Meet!.,, _ Following its annual custom the llc Jeev - nil(1 Mrs ' °- W. Doss Wilson cooperative Club entertain- i ilrc - expected lo return Saturday cd their husbands and other guests i from cllic ago, and other points or iviUi n night meeting, at the Club < I1)illol -' i nil<1 lll(li(1 nn where they house on Thursday evening. De-| tlllve bceu visiting for the past llcious barbecue, salad, cake and I tlllce wcelts - c:ffcc were served buffet stylo to' Alllotl 8 tl5<! niytlievlllc people in over one hundred guests and mem- i Memphis for the Unit and B'on.- bers, (he lace table having a center ! (an " e production of "The Taming j~ decoration of holiday grccncrv and . of llic Shrew" at Ellis auditorium i For the Crawford family In Pittsburgh, $30,000,000 worth of the root of all evil nas caused legal conflict involving mother and daughter. Mrs. Annie Laurie Crawford, above, widow of Pittsburgh oil man and trustee of the estate, faces ouster suit brought by Attorney VV. Stewart, guardian of Martha Sharp Crawford, her 8-year-old diiugh- Icr, below. Mrs. Crawford previously tried to break will lhat left money in trust, three-fourths of income to go to her, one- fourth to her daughter. candles. Mrs. Dinl, president was - ~ :i entertained at her home. Mrs. Don Smith plnycd cards : '' v ' Ul m ™>t?"s ritiss Constance Smith Is Wed to Sam W. Sikcs Mrs. J. F. Smith announces the stance, to Sam VV. Sites, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sikes. of Ben- lonviile, Ark. • The wedding was solemnized * ' ' Sunday night at'niiis o'clock by Mml - v Women In Legal (he Rev. \v. L. Meyers, pastor o'f Aml AIllc(I '-'rofcssttr.s Ihe First Methodist church at Cn- luthersville, In the study of his home. the chil). Mrs. Saturday afternoon and night. Were-' ^ Recuperating From MSnS! ££' BUU; ^ I Train Wreck Injuries chairman of Die Inlcriinllontil nc-| C - w - Aftli <*, Mrs. William Law- lalions Department, who were In I s . 1 ' 0 ' Mrs - Jnm cs II. Bell, Mlss Mary aftmicon when Mrs. Louis Apple? I 11 ? 5 '?'" 1 ^ Ml ' s -"w' B^BurkeVas' '•* ° e ^,, *««?.««'."..'.B"tt": M^. charge of the program. The Halcyone Till School of Utincini; nay Jackson, formerly of Bly- Ilievillc nu<l now of Memphis, is Mr. and 'Mrs! Cecil "Covering from injuries received Jc(l » Aff l!ck, ami Mrs Vf n Tail- ner of H conclusion of tltc games. were served at the bers which was delight fully enter- Charles Morehead, Miss Virginia' 1 The brelher of Tom W. Jackson mining. A community slnKin»""or W1III| "" S . Mrs. India Green San- ,; lll(i Mls - J - J - Fi =W. Mr. Jacks:n's old fashioned ballads' was led bv <Im ' Ben S!ill< lers. [ |C S >™s uro«en in the crash of (he Miss iVIartha Ann Lynch left lo- ! crh ? !c Panama Limited of thc^Ill- by Sirs. lllc Rev - c - Noriiinn Oulce , ' - [lalgn, ill., hos- vies were in black. ' Hcslcsscs were members Mrs. Sites, dnugliler of tli3 late !lf! >oclnMoii who reside li Oscculn. p, rnln ' ; Court's Kindness Proves Boomerang for Culprit J. P .Smith who was a well known Thc >' werc Mrs - J- S. McCftnls, Mrs. JJormrm Ou| ce. and J. M. Uurnctl, planter in this section, was grad- c - Ll Moore, Mrs. Ssgravcs, Miss "if. mc " mnklng the highest score, iiatcd from the city hl«h school Mary Elizabeth Anderson and Mlss , cluh has been vcr .v odlve In She has teen employed in the office , Inez Khicald. J) 1 departments this year, with! of the Merchants' Credit Bureau 1 r " cz Ir vin'.s book. "Angels and for the psst three years Amaxons', which deals with the "~ —" —^.^^0^^ mi mj.> un..»:>- - - •» *** ""• * ,, & .j,,, r , . , . /.-,,, Mr. Sikes is spend in" this week ! & rort " °' ™men In these pro- lon werc: Mrs - Chns. Lrmc, Mrs. W., Tabernncle. no Cherry street. Wed- < ?™\ hcr . c °" ch "8cs of Ulegal here. He and his bride" *fu Iwc i f «"«« <*>« l«W was "viewed P ' Wilson. Mrs. R. E. Cox, Mr.,. & | w«taj- night, which will continue W^JlL 1 "" WW"'PPl river the latter part of the week for ^ M , r f: S POI« Williams of Osce- '\',., Hs f C "" kl U? T , rs - ?; B -_ ao l dlnl "'-! L!"U"», Sl mak Pilgrim Tabernacle | MADISON, WIs. < all departments this" year"."'with'! T''e Rev. W. 0: Boltcnberg, rlis- : ?'" btan Toom >" ol Mrs. C. L. Bird, acting as' presi- •' tr "' ct •''"I'crliilenrtciit. will begin an dent. The hostesses for this occns- R vimgelistlc meeting at the Pilgrim > — Joseph Brownsville, „ , ni ?" was fllle<t 55 ° by Patrick T. Stone in U. S. District ,wildlife fefiige. Hihlc Class Mcels Twelve members of the- I/idles' Bible class of the First Mctliodlst church met Friday night ai the hcme of Mrs. \V. T. Obersl. •Mrs. B. B. Wilson was a wllich <mcst :ourse. The 23 present were served at tables decorated with white tapers the bases of which were banked in greenery, riacccarrts were 1S40 calendars. Rc! "i News ,,,l s . FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Cotillion Club. At The Hospitals Hlytbcvillc hospital Mr.s. Cloyd Flanagan, citv, admitted. H. D. Campbell, city, admitted. Blircl Pruitt. rtnnorcl. admittrxl. Iproaram. She plays the accordToii ^ llc ?F c Stol1e sai(1 nUer hearing and he. Ihe trumpet. testimony, nud then imposed uie I .fine. j "You can take your traps with you If yen wish.' 1 lie told Toomy. Make Year's Pian«'--'-—''•' mMe " yi - ^^- n " ri B. & P. W. Club To S shook his head. Mrs. j milted. IMaiis lor the year's work \iili be discussed at the meeting ol the Business and Professional Women's C. Lovcl, Del), art- club tonight nl 7:30 o'clock il llic Hotel Noble. Mr.s. C. C. Holder will Marcus Guines, city, dismissed. Mrs. L. IS. Johnson. Kciincll rils- mtecd. AU-s. C. T. Hill, Huyti. dismiwcd. Mrs. Krank Aslirr ;md son, city, Walls hcspilal Mrs. Tommic Cilbbs. Lcachvlllc, iKimttlrxl. Sfrs. Leslie Robiiihon ,Caruth- rrsvillc. admitted. ' i | M >-s. Ed Essig, Manila, admitted. | James Curtis Fcnnington, city, j I dismissed. Miss Olive Wahl. city, dismissed. Memphis Baplist Iios| James Ciivnmrs jr.. Joiner ad- milled. Memphis Methodist hospital Mrs. Herman Puppcr, Canithcrs- vtllr, admit led. Mcmpbis St. .loscpli's liospiUl Mrs. Uick Constant, Caruther.s- -•illc. adtnlttod. charge of the business session. F.Xl'KKT m-IAUTV \V01tK CALL 106 Al!pciI ;;, ni( Margaret's BEAUTY SHOP RKIHICK SwcdUh Mas.«n.« Mrs. ISiilh "T don't think they rle^t mnrks." he sairf. have Ihe "MIDDLE AGE" WOMEf l.-x«l p thru tMs "try- mp' 1 by taking «;uu*s — famoua -. trnubtris. Try fif LYDIA L PINKHAM'S COMPOUNB HKAUTY S SA1,K Iw.itinu ;l ( sdtrlc, Ale. Moiirrn rquirimrnl. liusiiicss well cslahlishctl. An unusual «p- Wiile V. O. \\ a % 02, Slcelc, Mo. .aundry-Cleaners ,; , ,,, > - ,-_— Lissen.-some of the b&t cooks in UicSvorld avc men women just try to make a mystery otttta it."' 'or Pi-ompl Lauutlry Sen-fee Pleasant Way ~fo » ( apiirlme makps siniplr Iiradadic and "furaljla rn not only quickly but pka-v •ii'tly. U is scntlr. soollifai: lo 11^ times-. a nrl briiiss rclasallon—a jrtirc |>f wril-bcing. Capu.ltnp j s \; V ,\A. and \\» "wrvdieills arc already dissolved—all ready16 act. X«t limp ( a kp. Capurlluc -•" t Mho f ou^y ; MONDAY, JANUARY -8, 'Cranberry And Orange Relish Can Dramatize That Left-Over Turkey »^.<-...,. m^,, . ,,., / Woman's Curiosity Blamed For Accident PITTSFIELD, 111.. Jan. 8. — A woman's curiosity nnd the new gcar-sliirt gadgets on automobiles nowadays ended In a Ictal of $900 diiinnge to a gasoline station ami (he nulomoblli; here. The woman, Mrs. Mae Hoff, SI. Joseph. Mo., was sitting in n car being driven by her son. He aliglH- ed from (he vehicle at a Plttsfield gtjsclinp .station H;K( Mrs. Hod n(- tcinplrtl lo move the steering wlicul eear-shilt lever. ' The car jumped backward, vrasltcd (hrciigli n plate-elass window au.-l tore down masonry. An attendant Jumped to safety as (lie car cntslicd inlo the building. Mrs. Hofl said she attempted lo halt the car and tried (o step on the brakes, hut pushed on the accelerator instead. She escaped In- Don't disguise Icrt-ovcr turkey, dramatize il. <; ut |,, (o j.j,,,,,, C111H . S nd place cubes on skewers, alternating with canned button imish- 10 minutes. Serve with raw cranberry relish, ooms. Brush srenerously ivilli Imtlor .in,) roavt i,, hot own for about flV MRS. G.-1VNOR AIADUO.V NEA Soivlce Staff Writer Indian medicine men deserve ireciit for introducing the cranberry as a lood to the early settlers. Bui modern science deserves even more credit for improving the quality and increasing the harvest of (his tarl-tasting berry that comes to the market in abundance this year. In fact, the cranberry crop this winter is estimated to be larger than the average for the past ten years. Cranberries are available throughout the winter. They are stored under controlled contl'ltions and the grocer buys only a small lot at a time. Often select berries come wrapped in one pound or half-pound packages. Some of the crop is canned, too, as reaciy-to-serve cranberry sauce, cranberry jelly, or cranberry juice. Then there arc the frozen cranberries which may be used like the fresh ones to make color- f'Jl dishes throughout the year. QUALITV, NOT ! COLOR IMPORTANT Several different varieties o: the ' fresh berries arc on the marX-et lo- day, but they all taste and took pretty much alike when cooked. However, some people prefer the small, deep garnet red berries because they give brighter color to a sauce and may be a bit tart in taste. In some parts of the country the larger, light crimson berries are most popular. But the color and size of the berries make little difference In determining quality. The best berries are firm, plump, and fresh-looking with n high Uis- tcr. It pays for the homemaker to sort the cranberries carefully behove cooking, because, even a lew poor berries may give a bitter taste lo (lie finished product. Discard berries (hat are shriveled. sp?ckled or so/t even when the skin is firm. Cranberries may add considerable vitamin c to the diet when they arc served in generous portions. Vitamin C tends lo be destroyed by heat and by exposure 10 air. and the food value of cranberries varies according to Hie way they arc prepared. Most of tlic vitamin c Is availab.e Straight Posture Best In 1940 Dancing Style BOSTON' (tJP)-Straight posture and bodies rather close together Is the 1940 style of dancing, stu- idents at Boston University's college of physical education arc told. "There are no more awkward bumps and angles in a couple dancing the mcdern style," Miss Anne A. Cameron, dance instructor, says. "Men no longer dance bent over backward and women dented In the middle." ' Miss Cameron warns the girls never lo drag on a man's shoulder and says a "gentleman should evcn more -never push a lady around and a destroyed u-lieu the sauce Is! lmij ' slloulcl never have to be -—---' ' • • - 'I IMltllfvl *' . ' . (he berries arc used raw, as in freshly-inside relish or molded salnd; some is lost when thev arc made into sauce; and strained or the juice made into jelly. Cranberry relish is one of the most popular ways lo serve Hie raw fruit. It can be uncle in almost no time by grinding together through the food chopper i jjoimd (1 (|iiart) o: fresh raw cranberries and one orange. Quarter the omngc and remove (lie ses.-is, but use both the pulp and the skin of (lie orange. Sweeten this relish to tnstc with about 1 'clip of sugar or strained honey, stirred into th° ground fruit, and attd 1-4 teaspoon of salt to bring mil. Die flavor Put the relish in a covered jar in the refrigerator and it will'-keep for two or three weeks and be ready to serve with any kind of meat or poultry. Kirby Bros. L/rug Co. and Roblns'.n's Drug Co. Townsend CJub To Hold Session Tonight A special meeting of the'' tovra- scnd club. No. One. been" called for tonight by T. L. Lewis, president of the organization. The meeting will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ogle, 609 South Lake .slreet . Members arc being urged to attend a.s Important business j r , t 0 come before the house, officers said today. nvibai is Hie f'mgiilur of Riib.ii- yal and. in poetry, means a quatrain. pushed." Read Courier News n'ani ads. CARD OF THANKS The members of the Lone Oak Missionary Baptist Church wish lo express their thanks to each and every person who had a part, in helping in any way In the building of the church. Now Many Wear FALSETEETH With ftlorc Com for! FASTEETH, a pleasant alkaline i non-acid) powder, holds false Icctli more firmly. To eat and lain in more comfort, just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your plates. iVo gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Checks "plate odor", /denture breath). Get FASTEETH at, any drug store. Adv. I Try One of Our Delicious PIG SANUWICHKS Ole Hickory Inn Across From High ScJiiiol : FOR A FASTERTRIP Jo <§L. and Lv. Ar. Ar Ar. The SUNNYLAND Next time go t'risi-o—ufcc Tltc SimnvUnrT arriving St. Louis 3:35 pm conneci- ing with fast ir.iim to Kansas City and Chicago • . . Low round trip farts make ilic (rip economical., 'ice pillows, ice w.itci and drinking cups; wash-room and toilet facilities always "''.'ilaWc, all tiic Way . . . Meals ivitli budgei appeal S'jj-ouis ...^........ 3:35pm Cir. . . . N O ot j, cr f ntm Kans35 City—as early as 9:30 pm' of iiampott.ition offers so Chicago—35 ca.'ly JS. . 9:25 pm m "cS for so little! Gel )onr Caath K ree <llfy O j ,),,. nfn . oUci" , c //;,^ O f f l, e , a t,, c ," O j a /.-„„„ the ARE you at the njcrcy ot n, snlffly xi. sneczy. sinolUery head co] d ? Why endure so much misery? A little Mcntholatum applied hi each HOS- trlt will KOQthG tlio irritaled uasal menibranes, check the sneezing, ie- Ucve the stuflmess, and lielp yuu to breathe more easily, j Also rub'Menthol a turn vlgorouslv oa tho chest antl back to Improve the local blood circulation, aud iU\ia gain extra help fn relieving cold discomforts. Rub it on the loreliead and ieznntes to nllay hciflaclie and neuralgia due to colds, ' RlT/E LAST TIMES TODAY Directed by GEORGE B. SEITZ I'aramcunt News Presents the four major Bowl Football games playol un New Year's Day. _ f.-irainonnl .N'p.ivs &• Comedy TUE.-WED.-THUR. Owinj^ In hooking at-raneenicnEs TTOs:l.i5- „,-» 11[){ •(,,, ral „ r •Night This Week. c Rains M,,f.^~ . »™ rllrJ1 " lrr i*' J->- |lrl ' EMc Albcr, 1""""^"""'"*"*'"'''^*'^>« « " WMCrf. Also 1'iiramount Kew", & "romivly X Y LAST TIMKS. TONIGHT TUES.-WED.-THURS. iiTHE IG HOUSE USTEX TO KLCN lliOO a.m. —lZi4S p.m. — 4:30 p.m. i I'honc llllz MI none Ro.vj ;«3

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free