The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1934 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 10, 1934
Page 8
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Homemaking Always Comes Before "Career" for Women Miss narnel] Evans and Air. H. Ixnilllcr were married In Hlytlicvillc Saturday evening by Justice of the 1'cacc Oscar Alexander. Their only attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Clark. Mrs. Clark Is a cousin of the urldc mid the former Miss K. L. Evans, Tile hrlde Is a senior In the Cooler high school this year and plans to continue her school work. She (s the daughter of Mr..and Mrs, A. S. Evans. The groom'received his lilgli school education at Cooler and Is now associated with his Inthcr In fanning. I'all bearers at ttic funeral of Lon E. Burn.s ..Monday aflcriioon were Jack Kctchiim, Dr. A. Stephens, Don steelc. o. A. nunavant, W. T. Bullcy, and D. Hen Holly. Flower : girls were lictcii Vick, Homita Williams, Evelyn lilggarl, Dorothy,;still, MaUe Smith, Lucille Wlllains, on<] Mrs. R. c. Stcelc Jr., ot SlceUvand Mrs. loonard Cnssidy, ol Morjcy, A number of cm of town friends attended the funernl. iMISS.KDNA Most people of taste would rather 1 )ia\c n pHIn bread pudding nt an nttraclhe table seiicd by n charming hostess, limn the mo.rt delicious Baked Alaska sene:! by nn-ungra- cious. 01 careless housekeeper. Thai !s only one of the-intereslim; things Miss Edna M Ferguson believes and emphasizes about cooking ami homeinaking. Shu knows that lo- day, n.ore than ever brlorc, being n liomemaker is an ImpoUnnl career, for It calls for skill, clmfin. patience and a good lilt or uraln work. The clevcMst'and busiest women In the nnd ire nrst good housekeepers, and iccondly "career", women 'We ha-.e only to , read Ihii stories about the home life behind the scenes to leiui that the president's wife, t<li<; wives of fa'nioiis governors, authors aim actors, and women «ho follow tiie prowssloiw or work in ofTlces, all have a flnlr . for goort cookery, because they know good food is essential to well I being," dCLlare.'l Miss Ferguson vhen discussing the coming Cooking School Nest week's Cooking School, which nil) b" held In the city auditorium, win bring some ol the most enticing no\\ lecipcs, 5 onic important facts about the products which fill oin refrigcinlors nnd pantries, and which make Hie meals our families love, and helpful discussions on how to be a good hosless ns well as a good coo* .' ' MLs rerguson urged this paper to Invite all nomcii of Dlylhcvllle to the Cooklrg School ami to repeat as often us possible this week, that every session of tile Cooking School will bs full of news', good cookery, and Hue recipes demonstrated for llic nist (line In Blv- theville Beside 1 ; Ihc food part of the pro- giam, she win talk home rnulinncnt and labor saving devices of nil kinds »hloli nrc iiow an established pirt of American • homemaking ' We can cook, wash, iron all m the time our grnud'motliers Eet the bread to rise," said Miss ROXY Wed. and Thursday MAT. and Nitu—lOc - 25c ELISS& f • K KBIMiUSON Ferguson, '"llicre arc new appliances nnil cqul|iincnt of every description, elcctrlcdi an<| non-elcc.- trlcnl, which I have liccn using in the past lew months and which 1 slinll have In my kllcen next week at the city 1 auditorium. "Tell your renders to plnn Ihelr housework so that they may come every day. I want every woman there—not Just because I have so mucji to tell her and show her, bnl became events In home-making are coining fast-and Ihlck In ilie past months and every woman owes It to herself to keep up with the na- I'flde. [ hope ihe women of Bly- thcvlllo will come out In force." Not only wil! Miss Ferguson nnd her assistants give out free recipes, at each session, bia ineivlinnts who have been eager to share in the big Cooklnj school want, to give things awny too. 'n.horo will bs free lilted market baskets tor some of (he many women who will attend; nnd gifts of, more weighty value to otlicrs, at the eiut of the week's esslon.. The school opens Tuesday iflernoon nnd Is free every'day of he four: big .sessions. iWtlL' In c sparkling comedy of mixed love affairs! \ \: , , " ..WA'NILS ASTHER, E.lkcr R.I. Jtair, Dcrot&y Rcvier, Lawrence Brinl.Prodi.cttl byC«il Licrcrclc, Jr.,From d t(.3C play by Stisnierf <3cy«r. Pittcnlcd by Ctrl Ltim- »l«. A UNIVERSAL PtaURE. Directed by JAMES WHALE |! ^ GNDLELIGHT Head Conner Nuw.s Want Ads. M/l List Timfi Today "^ Miit. 2:30, 10-2^c'.' Nile 0:4.5— in,35c CHAS. HAYKR and l.ORKTrA YOUN(J in 'CARAVAN' "Goofy Movies" Novelty Comedy - .- News Thursday & Friday Can you Imagine a [debonair man*abouK J 'town tied .down to o family-and liking It? \ OH, WHAT FUN | COURIER NEWS with KENYON :n, C(i«He«« Htnry, 1 Ku 1 "!' "^"'5 or !' D ''H« Maori/ ** ' t -; w '* fd ' ^o^ ky Ctirliili« '.. DirKhd by Idwtrt 't*tt*£ >.UNIVE!ISAL t plCTURI. Comedy - - Cartoon Stecle-Cooter Society — Personal Mrs nulh Lawhon motored to Memphis Saturday where slw met Her slslci-.In-law, Mrs. Prank Ou- tlirle, and children, Anna Marie Frank David, Dolores, and'Patricia,' of Norfolk, va,, w iio were her encsLs Saturday night. Sunday Mrs.'S- lion and her gucsla vlslltd in bake City, Art,, wllli Mrs. A. j. outhrle polorcs and Prank Davlc relumed here With Mrs, Lawhon and are her Buosls lils WC ck. Alter a visa here and at Lake City Mrs. Outhrle nnd chiuren W |1| B o to ^ A] f ",™ home" e> ' Wl " " lake ttel1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill George nn- nouncc Ihc WrUi of a Icii-poimd son "I their home last week. The child has bee,, mmea Themis Monroe. Mis.Ocoigc Is ihe former Miss Con- nlo Mnniilnjf, of Holland ^'ft, JCf "" la Coopor ' wl "> "ins 'nh 1 . l ! aSI ' " 10ntl1 '" Memphis with her -sister, Mrs. Ralph Hull Sunday' H * Ul relurne " '° hcr "»"« Mr and M rs. W. T. Oakly jr.. and .daughter, spent last week end ^ "w."r. l1 po^,, BUC5t ° f Mr ' *"" Hayes smith spent last, week end n St. Louis on InuliiMs, and nl- lendci! the world series. Mrs. Ether parncll lias returned lo her home near Steelc ufler visit at Jerseyvllle, III _Elbcrt L-vhan spent last week end at Blalc Oak,' Ark., with Mrs. Sallic. winters. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vlck announce th^ijirlh of n seven-pound son at their home Sunday. He has wen named Charles Ralph. Mrs. Vlck Is tile former Miss Martha May. Members of the Church '(if bhrlst will honor Mrs. Cecil Earls -with a miscellaneous shower In the hour Of Mrs. Gus UccclhiBs Friday. Mrs. Earls lias been the giiest of honor at several other events sine eher marriasc on September 30. she was formerly Miss Hazel Weaver. Mrs. T. I^conard Cassldy, of Morley, Mo., arrived Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Cassldy's parents, Mr and Mrs. A. J. Overlurf, nnd sister, Mrs. R. Obstacle jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Neeley, and •laughter, Prances, of CariUliers- vllle were quests of Mr. and Mrs •S. n. Morgan Sunday. Mrs. O. VV. Siwnccr of Washln«- lon, D. c., will ue the guest of honor ill a jxirly. given fjy Mrs. Aubrey Kill-Is an^ Mrs. Elwoo;t Brown Saturday aiitrnoon. • Mr. am! Mrs. B. Wimljerly iin- noiince Ihe birth of n snn nl their home in Cooler last'week.. Uuel Mlicr and V. W. Colcman nlleivled tlie world series sin SI Louis Sunday. Miss Gcoigi Mae Curry has gone lo Cap? Gir.ii'deau lo attend school. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER Today's Markets New York Cotton NEW Cotton Get Dec Jim March May ' July Spots YORK. Oct. 10 (UP) — closed very steady. open high low close 1188 1212 1185 1212 1190 1223 1192 1219 12CO 1226 119B 1224 1201 1236 1205 1233 1216 1243 1212 1238 1220 mo 1214 1240 closed steady at 1240, uu 5. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 10 (UP)— Cotton closed steady. open high low close 1190 1194 1190 1212b 1201 1226 1197 1223 1204 1228 1203 122C 1213 123C 1208 1233 1220 1243 1216 1241 122S 1245 1217 1243 Spots closed steady at 1253 up 16. . | Oct D«: Jan Mftrch May July Dec May Chicago Corn open high low c j ose 74 1-4 76 74 1-4 75 5-3 70 3-4 78 3-8 70 3-4 78 1-8 Stock Prices A, T. and T Anaconda Copper Bethlehem Steel ....,'.'.'. Chrysler " cities Service ; .... Coca Cola .." '.'.' General American Tank General Electric General Motors ".'.'. International Harve'si! Montgomery'Word Ni'ic Vork Central Packard PhllUjwrpetiolemii 1-4 5-8 3-8 3-4 1-2 1-8 1-8 3-8 1-8 3-3 1-2 Radio Corp Simmons Bed's ........... St. . Louis-San F Standard of N, Texas Co U. S. Steel".'!: u. s. smelting '? 1 3-4 43M-4 ' M MAHANOY cn-Y, ;. a ,„„. Less than a month nfl ' '"'' written his own obituary A , "1 0. Mellon, 65, died at hi, ^ "ear here. Mellon, 45 years a .v™ 3, ra :^^ 5 ^ e ;"" 4 :al newspapers., fcad Courier News wani A,K Chicago Wheat open lilgli low close Dec 07 1-8 99 5-8 91 1-8 99 1-2 May 97 3-8 SS '1-8 97 3-8 99 3-4 Phone 77J At NIght-Sunday-Anytl,,,e For Quick and Dependable Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. .and Second eco ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON Proprietor ' I'tions 71 NOW is^ner chance to learn to make them PERFECTLY It .s but a step Srt the altar to the kitchen. But many a bride finds the step difficult. Now the path is made easier by attending the Cooking School. A wealth of practical recipes are actually demonstrated right in front of the audience. The Cooking School •s not only for brides but for those who plan on be- coming brides and those who have been brides for many years. Cooking School attendance means increased ability to prepare better, more appetizing meals . . .- an d there is nothing in which' a woman takes more pride. So—whether you have been cooking for years or not—be sure and attend the COURIER NEWS (\ COOKING SCHOO essio/isj CITY HALL AUDITORIUM Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, October 16, 17, 18, 19 MISS EDNA M. FERGUSON, Lecturer

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