The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 9, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 9, 1934
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rwo Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTC Junior High P.-T. A executive botrd meeting 330 pm, followed by e*n««l meeting, 3 30 p in Altar Society of Chuith of Immaculate Conception having Bingo party at social Iiall. P. E. O. haviiig luncheon mccl- > ing: «(, home of Mrs. Chester R. Babcock. •Mrs,; James H. Bell entertaining .Wednesday Bridge club. Bible study Church of Christ Jrieetirig with Mrs. Newt McLeod, 2.30 P. M. Executive.-Ixjard p.-T. A. Cen- .tral Ward meeting: 3:30 p.m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS U D C. meeting with Mrs. J. W. Badei, 2 30 p m. Mrs. A. Comvay entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. , U. D c meeting Mill Mrs. J. W. Bado SATURDAY'S EVSNTS :Langq P.-T. A. executive board meeting 3:30 pm. Children of Confederacy meeting with Miss Nina Barnes, 2:30 pm gan as leder. Mrs. Alvln Huff- nan olfered prayer. » » » lirl Scouts. Have Online. Eight members of the Girl Scout roop 1, sponsored by MIES Mary 5mma Hood, visited their scout mt on Hie Clear Lake road Frl- dny where they spent Hie night. Uoth supper ami breakfast were cooked. Class Elf els Officers. The Phllatliea Sunday school class of the Fust Baptist church elected these officers In n inccLIng Sunday Miss Elllc Moore, president; Miss Kqlheilne \Vnlpole, Mce president,; Miss Rulii Jenkins, secrctaiy;" Miss • Margaret Moore, reporter; Miss Hazel Sample, teacher. « * • .Colliw-McCaulcy. .The marriage of Miss Paulino McCauley nnd' Paul Collier, both of this city, was solemnized Saturday evening at the home of tlie Rev. J. T, Rcntro, jjastor ol the Second Baptist church, who performed the ceiemoily. . ' AUar Soclel} Flans Hingo I'arty. The Altar society ol the Churcli of the Immaciilatc^CoiiccpUpnwlll have a Blneo parly Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock, at the social hall Mrs Joe Carey and .Mrs. Dick Roberts will be hostesses. Admission uill be 35 cents. * - * • Win-, Foputarllj Colilesl. Cannel dune, son of Mr. and Mrs J, B. Clunc, won the prize In a II}' contest ncnong students of tlie Immaculate Conception school Hij.was given an ^autographed^ basefial |. ^>,;,;.; .^tjgg Tear Books Issded. At Ihc regulai meeting of .Ihc Business and fn ofesslonal / Women's club test evening at the Hotel Noble, mwrioeri «crc presented their jear books Miss Marie Hamlsli »as chairman of the committee foi publication of the books There »cre 1C members and two .•viators present for the study or the second lesson In "Chnftn" «n- 'dei the direction of Mrs. Garland .Morgan An Inlcicstmg illustration on xolcc development WAS presented by Mrs s's Stcrnbere. Mrs s S Steinberg announced she would donate u ton of coal for tlie Opportunity school. * • * Circles Meet , r-'v, Circles of the Woman's Missionary union of the First Baptist church met , Monday afternoon There nero IT present at circle I, Bhlch met with Mrs T ,R Shepherd Mrs R L. Rcccler gaie (he talk fiom Acts "Inspiration of tlie Biblo" and Mines J H Jenkins, K. D Man- and j. W. Bishop offered prayers." Mrs. R E Blaylock had circle 2 at her home whr^ 53 attended Tlie Bible study \vas given by Mrs Hoyd Stlckmon from Psalms nnd sentence, prayers were oifercd. Refreshments wer eservcd in the social hour. The third grtup met at the church with 16 present. Mre W M Blaclock used John )5:l to fl for the lesson "Abide In Me" In the de\otional and the study was jtaken from the' 13lli chapter of Romans with Mrs Theodore Lo- Bits of Mostly, Personal'' Mr. and Mrs. ••Joel J Cliamller mid son, Joe, spent Simtlay In Searcy, Ark., where they attended the fn- leral of Dr. Harrison, long time trlcnd. Mr, alul Mrs. It; L. Gninp.s mid laughter spent the week end In Dyewlitirg, Tenn. Among those from hire who iit- .cnrted the world series In St. Louis Sunday were: Misses Nell Harris, Minnie Matthews and Jessie Srile, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson, Mr. • and Mrs. Eddie Ii. Javld, C, A. Cunningham, W, T 1 . Burnett, Joe Isaacs, Ross D. Hughes, Mlltou sternlrerg, Louie Applcbaum and Edgar Honnii. Miss Mabel Simon, who attends West Tennessee Teachers college n Memphis, silent Hie weekend it home. Mrs. Rllcy B. Jones went to iVilson Saturday and was Joined there Monday evening by Mr. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Crawford, who attended the wedding of 'Miss Mildred Elizabeth Frazicr mill Dr. Jnmes liimdolnli Fall. . ; George Williams, of Nashville, Tcnn., spent the weekend with lib; mrcnls, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Williams, at' Armofcl. Miss Mabel McKay, accompanied by Mrs. It. H. liny of, Micola, Mo., and Mrs. Etjna Lewis of Henderson, Teim., spent the weekend In St. Louis where they attended the hall game. While there they were guests of Miss McKay's sls- Icr, Mrs. Ollio Long. Mrs. O.'E. Shell lias returned to ner honie at Armorcl aflcr spend- inff a week In Kclscr, liavltig been called there by the death of her orpther, Thomas Moore. fe^Wy.teopdbum ; ;fcUirncd iniday fT6m CoiiIsi i illc l "Ky.;*\vhel:e she. attended Ihc national convention of the Veteran sof Foreign Wars. . .'',..• ; '-.. 'Mr. and Mrs!,klarlln' Rose hnvc laken the home rented by Miss Ada Dunavant and Miss Dunnyant. has moved to tlie Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hiilscll, ivho have been residing hi Osccola for the past tivo yenix, have returned here to make their home and nre now at 'home at. HOQ West Ash St. Among those who attended the ball games in St. Louis over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs W D Clmmblin and Mr. ntid Mrs Harry Kirby. Mr. mid Mrs. o. W. McCutchcn and daughters, Misses Belly and Sara Lou, arc In St. Louis for to day and tomorrow, tenkamp remaining for several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry. Yesterday sli nccompimccd her mother, Mrs. Gu Ihrlc King and Mrs. IKirman Taylor to Memphis! Today Mrs. Terry, Mrs. Edwin •Robinson and Mrs, Wclcnkamp are In lirowiwlllo, Tcnn. Sam Donna, of Slmw, Miss., visited here yesterday ,->nroutc home from Si. Louis where he nttendcd the world scries, Mr. and Mrs. Ketiitert Wcten- kamp, of Charleston, Mo., .spent Ihc weekend here with Mrs. Wc- Mr. and Mrs. w, s. Langdon had as their guests for the weekend Mrs. Byron-Bartholomew niitl children, Mrs. O. 1,. Smith und granddaughter,." Alma .lane La- conipt, of''•Memphis, and Mrs. Laiigdoti'B .sislei-.'Mrs. Dora Welch, of St. Louis. Mrs. Bartholomew und Mrs. Smith are their daughters. Mrs. Fannie Alexander !•} in Memphis today consulting her ])hy.s!clnn. Mrs. Whit Goodman and daughter, Lee, 'ill go to Memphis tomorrow to spend the remainder of NIC week. Mrs. Harvey Morris left today for Charleston, W. Va., anil Flora, '»„ where she will spend 'two 'eeks. While In Charleston she will visit Mr. Morris' «lsl«-, Miss Ann Morris, and will.visit other relatives lit Flora. She was accompanied by Dr. L. z. Gavins llrcctor of research of the slate department of education in West Virginia, who Is returning home after having vlsiled hl.s phinla- lon at Sunflower, Miss Mrs. j. M. vh-ltin returned Simmy from Wnrrcmburg, Mo., where "lie visited her daughter. Mr., am! Mrs H. n. Houchlirs lave arrlvM home from a stav n Fullon, Mo. • j."' Mrs. Charles Gros ami Miss Mil- Ired Lang arc hi St. Louis buy- ng for The Fashion. Miss Kale Crane, of Verona, N J., is spending her vacation with jer father, o. J. Crone, ami fain- Miss Jamie Nichols is at the BlyUiBville husiiital for several days treatment, Mr. and Mrs. Joe, Klrby of 1'ar- agould, were in the city ycstcr- tlay, returning home today. .... Cooler September .20 The baby has been named,:/Bar Joyce Mrs. Wcineneld Is the' ner Miss Iln M™ v«..^^ .... — Il,i Mae Younc •-Hx..;(sf ml postmistress at c<S 'V Mr mid M IS . c . fi. Mason aiid :)ill<lren, of Point Pleasant •'MO fipcm Sunday here as guest of Mis. Mason's sister, Mrs E iiid family. Mrs. Buys and il- er, OcraWInc, relumed home hem to spend- a week Mira Sylvia, Peggie iubby Burns, of Cape- u j-erc called'here Sunday leath of "--•-Burns. ',..;.. Mr. and Mrs. p rc ,| rflught •„.„-. re I,,'"*! r f', Chilrllc ^"'"ora ic In Meirrhls at. the ' of Mothers! In treating ( children's colds, don't take chances..use Steelc-Cooter Society — Personal Mr. nnct Mrs. Ralpli mil and :on, Rnljih jr., of Mcmphlji, spent nst week end here as guest of Mr. und Mrs. W. M. Cooper and family. Mr. ntict Mrs. Cecil Wcingfield announce the liirlli ol a scvc pound daughter i\t their lioiu HOW FAMILY LAXATIVE Suits Young and Old ; an ( | ' , filthC - V ' e iielr daughter, Mrs: Mike o' er, CliBi-lcs Crnwford,' amf: FraiTv r,, ami s Mr c n,, Mrs. c. P. Howard Mis Llnsrty Sinltli"and -dauih- ler, LH Jeanne, of Cnrutlicrsyll c nre guests of Mra . Smith's ? W- In ,.,. : .. VJ ec a n tl Miss pjgn" Koury hns' rctumctt home after h short visit' will, rcl "lives In Corbondalc, in Mrs. G. G. Travis, Mrs. Rim, wlion, ana Miss Eunice Guthrle attended the wedding of Mrs Trn |-ls' sister.. Miss Mnvjoric St'ewail, to Mr. Fmnk Daniels, nt Blvthn lllc, Frlilny morniiiB. ™ Miss Jane Bogle lias returned home after n visit with Mr, and Mrs. E. c. Hudgins, nt LO IIO);C A 1 K * Mrs. D. B. Holly and daughter, Miss Josephine, and Miss Eubv Barker, are spending three weeks fll Jlot Springs, Ark. Mrs. Lilllc Moore, of Cape Gi- rartlciiu, was the guest of friends here Sunday. Talbert Kcllcy spent last week In St. Louis, where he attended the world scries. . Hospital Note* Admilted: Miss Nell Moulder, city; Jcvvoll Junior Dixon, roiitc 3; Mrs. B. A. Parrish, Curuili- ersville; Miss Jninlo Nichols,-city. Dismissed: Billy Tauscli, clly; Mrs. U. M. Koonlz, route '2; G. B. Thompson, Luxora; J. Crawford, eity, Mrs. Murray Daniels, city. Courier School Will Bring New Culinary Ideas If you're up on your movie magazine*, and the fashion Journals, if you've watched chefs und famous •'restaurateurs In the newsreels,, you've learned In the last few month!! that cooking has 'suddenly become a niuch-talkcd-or American art. The movie stars love their trim kitchens and «nig lire-side chafing dish suppers. Society leaders are as boastful '!of thelf soiijB and'sauces as they arc ovci* flowc r . _show •,; privies. •' All tyb f these signs, arc high lights on the ; road American culinary' progress is making. Jt's siriaittp be a good COOk. , , ^ [!.>•• : . i :_j : At the same - tliiie^ experienced housekeepers nlso .well know It's wise, Ijccausc good cookery means a healthy, happy''family and an economical housekeeping budget. To promote better cookery In lllytlicville, Tlie Courier News is ollerli)(; n fe'rent hoinemaking week to its women readers. Next week beginning Tuesday afternoon, an interesting and valuable series of talks will Iw offered the women of Blytheville. The series will lie in a Cooking School for women, young and old,, middle- aged or. brides, "for mothers of grown-up families, foi 1 every woman who cooks, who /wants to learn to cook, or who niust plan meals for a family of two or ten or more. It is a week of news on u'hiH is new in, cookery and homcmaking, Uild by a woman' nu- llonaily known for. her skill In cookery and lecturing. The lessons, covering ' plain and c. tabornle cookery,. will bo free. The expert in charge is Miss Edna M. Ferguson, whose name is familiar to women everywhere because she is known throughout America as n cookery mid homemaking expert. She lins lectured before inaiiy thousands of women, from the North to tlie South, ill the East and throughout the Middle West. She hns spoken before women's clubs and other organl zntions. Miss Ferguson will Hold her week of cooking and homcmaking demonstrations nt the city midi- torimn, where all women lire Invited as the guests of this newspaper. The daily class sessions will elude, discussions of new food products, new wares for the dining room table, new' ideas for serving, enlci'laining, planning menus and special occasions. -/"•• lira- lecture is only" a smail .parl of (lie comprehensive progran planned for each day. she cooks right on the platform in the kitchen set up for her use. Recipes or many new dishes wJU be jlv- n away free at, each .session, and (her dishes will be described and heir importance and place In he home menu discussed. Her /ork In the past years has shown Her the importance of economical narkctlng and cookery, of carc- ul planning and deliberate buy- i>6 not only of loads but fa home urnlshlngs as well. These subjects s well as new Ideas in entertain- ng will ,110 important parts .of he dally programs. And always a wealth of new recipes will be available to the women who at- end. These arc (fishes gleaned roin chefs and movie stars, from nmoiis society hostesses and from )ther sources of new ideas In cul- nary achievement. , Wale)) for the dally niiiioiinc'e- ucnls about the. School, and plan low for plenty of free time next week, to attend every session,, as our guests. It Is free, no tickets, 10 charge ot<>,finy kind a!, any csslo »- Wilson Society-— Personal One of the loveliest of the prc- nuptial panics honoring Miss Mildred Frazicr and Dr. James Fall, ivliosc marriage took place Monday was a ten table bridge party given Thursday evening by Miss Maxine Wallace at the Wilson community club. Tile hostess, in 1111 evening gown of black velvet was assisted hi receiving by her mother, who wore a dinner dress of brown velvet and lace. The hondree was gown ed in carioca velvet. Little Miss Jean Davis Fraziei and Master Wesley Apple coslumcii as bride and grooni distributed the tallies. At tlie conclusion of the games as strains of Lohenenns weddins march were heard the guests were led to the beautifully appointee refreshment table which was centered with a three tiered wedding cake bearing a miniature 'brlda party. White tapers burned ir branched silver candelabras. Miss 666 Liquid, Tablets, Salve, Nose Drops Checks- Malaria in 3 days, Cold Brst day, Headaches or A'earaljU In 30 minutes. Pine Laxative and Tonic Most Speedy Remedies Knnwn Phone 171 At Night—Sunday—Anytime For Qiiiclt and Dependable Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. j'UESDAY, OCTOBKR 9, "razler .. cut; mitt Dr. Fall served he wedding tiVkc ..which coil- Jiined many 'amusing ! trinkets rophesying Interesting futures lor he recipients. Mrs. Chas. Elfclns resided: at tlie coffee service. Mrs; Delias, Brandon, Jr., Mrs. olin Sullivan and Mrs. JOE Cul- om, Jr., received first, second and onsolntlon tadles prizes rcsiwct- vcly. Mr.;Cha5. Ellcins, r>r. oven nd E. c, Williams received first, ewnd and consolation niens prizes espectively. The,honor guests were !so jneseute'd with a prize. Tl|e,;oiii O f town guest list in- luded John Kcmple of West Mein- pills, Mrs. D; Norsworlhy of PC Witt, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. oiiile Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Hilev a Jones, of Blytlieville, Mr. and Mrs' Charles Crigger, Dr. Owen, j,.:..' Butler and E. C. Williams ' all 6\ Armorcl, Ark'.' • — - : ° - ' Get Rid of Malaria! BctKuh Chill* and Fewrl To concjuer-Majana, you,must do .wo tilings. (D Destroy the infec- ion in live blood. (2) Build up the )lood to overcome the effects and ,o fortify against further attack. There Is one medicine that ciocs these two things and that is Grove's Tasteless chill Tonii; The .asteless quinine in Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic destroys the malarial infection in the blcoc! while the.Iron builds up the blood. Thousands of people have conquered Malaria with (he aid of Grovo's Tasteless chill Tonic. In addition tc being a noted remedy for Malaria, it is also an excellent tonic of general use. yrpve's Tasteless Chlll'Tonic is pleasant to take and contains nothing harmful. Even children like It and they can take t safely. For sale by all. drug stores. Now two sizes—50c and $1. The $1 size contains 2',4 tlnies as inuch as the" 50c size and gives you 25% more for your money. —Adv. 4 EXTRA! A properly styled handkerchief, worn in the breast pocket, is the kind of extra touch" that distinguishes the well- groomed man. We rec- ommen'd ARROW HANDKERCHIEFS for their faultless style, superb fabrics, and beautiful workmanship.Drop in and isee-them. R,D. HUGHES i- &.GO. •.«; *!.>.« I-,!.™,. IW, molc .,u.t. c ,| craduil unoii frrvcins ilraiti. disconifori. 1, mikes t (cn.a.miut Medly gentle for childirn m lliorengM, ,,(,ii,iv. c f or lny mem!)tr o j Ilic fimily. Docion prcsctib« itie limive in non-Iubit fotran|: F«n-«.mli». Ii ii fo, pkium cortcelion vilhont up>ci to JiomicH o, HIM. Dr],jr i, J^-cro,,,. ToJ,, E ., lutfc on tchcdvile *nd ,tiy &„,. Dtliciou. tten-ammt 11 di««a>ttj, 15 C inO 23c. THE WISE OLD OWL.. THOUGH MOUNTAINS TOWER OONT BE AFRAID WITH ESWJIENE mt MAKE THE GRADE! tuuutnttU SMOOTHER PERrORMANCE PROVED BY 2 GtNtRATIONS HOTEL NOIJLE Is Now Agent For ' American Airlines, Inc. Call 835 For Information and Reservations Dr. Floyd D. Howton, Dentist Announces:; the open- of an office for dental practice in the Lynch building on South Broadway. Mark the days on next week's calendar! COURIER NEWS COOKING Aucliloiiiun Adtnissioii , "It's toasted" r \'tur Ikreal Widen - wins! Irrllalltn - against ««»•* It's the taste that coimts^-that's wliy Luckies- use only clean center leaves— for the clean center^leaves are theMtiildest * leaves-they cost\more—they taste better. ' "\ " "••'!" : . '"

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