The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 11, 1930
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PAGE TWO m/yTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Items of Persbiial Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and ftew8 of Women Society Calendar state work of this group she frequently participates In these meetings with addresses or leading dls- - - . , cusstons of the programs. , Woman's missionary : society of • . , First Methodist church prayer Has'Club Tonl|h( <:>» church- Mrs . H arry Klrby Is entertaining Mesdames O. E. Keck, Horace T. the Wednesday Bridge club lo- Culp and O. W. UcCutchen enter- n | gh t. tilling at bridge at the woman's' ' • • . &uo. , I To Have Patty. .Junior High schcol Parent-j The choir of the First Baptist JlXaclier • ass:ciation at the school i church is having a party tonight at 3 30 o'clock. ., , ! n t the church. Thursday, j ... ' 'The Thursday Luncheon club ; Hides of Auxiliary wim Mrs. W. M. Mckouzie. | Have Montlily Meeting The Youns Matrons Bridge club I r n the circles of the woman's with. Mrs. Doyle HlggUison. j auxiliary of the First Piesbj-terlan ...United Daughters ol the Con-(church Monday llcnie Missions fctoacy meeting at Mrs. John Jprcgfiims were given In preparation under for a few days tills w'?ek. L. A- Maxwell slid son, jr., E. L. Bfnnick, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Llnd and Mr. ar.d Mra Hlll-.were visitors in Blytheville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs A. J. Hill and. family visited Mr. and Mrs. 0. Randolph of Clear Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Loyd. < and family visited relatives at N,:w Liberty Sunday. Hubert Cole was a Luxora visitor Saturday. b'c at 2.30. . ' '" Friday ,, Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise and Mrs. A. for fe all day iludy class Friday nt the church. Twelve members and two guests, social holt, 2 o'clock. . Miss Nt-al Luckeci entertaining Night Bridge club. Woman's auxiliary of First Prcs- lor all day mission study. j. Haaga spon^iing , a ix'ncfll I Mrs. Louis Echols and Mrs. Ross bridge and rook parly at Catholic | sevens, attended the first group 'meeting, Mrs. T. J. Mohan chairman, at the homa of Mrs. Eva T. Morrl.l:n and Mrs. Virginia Keck. .. . , Mrs. Morrison conducted the pro- byterlan Church mcellng^t church j grnin wll); Mesdames C. R. Bab*"'-•• -'•••••• ' cock, R. A. Moore and Hcllle Meado making talks and other members i^adhig clippings. The dcvotlona was led by Mrs. Keck. For the business tcisif.n Mrs. llabcock acted as chairman. In circle 2, Mrs. Marsh M Callaway chairman, Mrs. C. J. Crane and Mrs. Lena Crlhficld were hostesses at tte Crane home. For the Public Speaking Coirse Is Begun. .The art .of public speaking.was introduced to members of the Business and Profession! Women's club and six other business women of the city. Monday evening when Miss Luna B. Wilhelm, instructor ol this subject In the city high school, began a course. The invitation extended to all • business women of the city to attend these monthly study classes was accepted by the six, who with members of the club taking the .subject, make 20 in the class. Tue principals ol public speaking were taken up and Interesting assignments given. Luxora Society—Personal Bits of N Moslly Personal Dell P. T. A. Gives Home Talent Plav •* DELL, Ark.—"The Adventures of Grandpa," a three act comedy given at the Dell school last Friday by the Parent-Teacher asscclaticn. was a success. BRIDGE BY WM. E. McKKNNEV Secretary Aniercnn League The desire on the part[ of the Ralph Bible of Blythevtlle was a Luxora visitor Saturday. Mr. E. A Mofflt transacted musl- no:B In iwinls In Missouri the first three days of lasO w«ek. Miss Elizabeth Wyse o£ Memphis was a l.uxora visitor Friday. Mrs. J. P. Marrc.w anil children ore visiting relatives in Alabama. Mrs. Jenkins vlttted friends in Blythcville last wjek end. Mrs- Dave Richards was a Bly- thevllle vlsllor Friday. Mcsdames B. w, Cooper, R. S. Ashmore and Mr. and Mrs, Marlcii Nicholson of Osceola were Luxora visitors Thursday. W. L. Gladlsh, accompanied by his daughters, Misses Martha and Mary Louise, and son, Will L/add, of Lawrenceburg, Tcnn., visited with Mrs. L. M. Burnctte and family yesterday enroute home from a rlslt In Kennctt, Mo. Mrs, J .H. Humphreys and grandson, Donald Wade, returned yesterday from a week's stay In Tyronza. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McDowell and son, John, spent Sunday at Scnatobia, Miss., visiting Mrs. McDowell's uncle. The cast of characters follows: novice to cash high cards separate- Grandpa, who is still In the ring, ly at times proves a liability rather Clarence Grlce; Monte Ray, grand- tnan ah asait. pa's grandson, Ullen Ray Morgan; . lh . ... M . Tod Hunter, dancing master, Brax-1 ,. . "iciomf ton GUI; Lucy Hunter, our little contract South, the dealer, wite, Katherlne Klrkendall- Ma- r|) ! ! , t!s . ^ one heart . West °ver- rlc Rlbcau, dancing instructress , v " lh u '° dubs ' Nortl1 lhr « Mrs. Gllllland; McCormack, police- lcar , ls , ""' Soutu takre tllc con- man, Allen Hariiln; Mrs. Pansy >,",,, to tour hearts - Th e auction Hopscotch, rich widow, Mrs Lane- " ldcilll K *<wM be prnctically the Dorothy May, Mrs. Hopscotch's 5alno exccnt thilt Sou 'li would not companion, Naomi Masters; Kloom-. i"" 03 - 1 -' north's r-vercall. py, Swedish maid, .Mrs. Plnchback- : . „. „ lhc 1M;1 >' !w. M. Plnchback directed the „, "I 5 . 00 ,"'" 1 °P e » in S & 'he king play. The play will be presented at Armorel next Friday evening im- Bible Lludy Mrs. Roy Walton gave I sru Mcs<Iam?s Shannon and Nlchol- Remans 8- Besides the 11 m«M- bers present there were three new names added to the roll. In the business session plans for making money WCM taken up and the quilt, now b3lng made by these'n, was discussed. Mrs. Elizabeth Greene entertained 11 members ol circle 3 at her home when Mrs. Edgar Borum was also a eiicst. Mrs. O. L. Hancock led the home mission, program flnd MrA James H. Brooks gave the Bl- Have Benefit Party. A county fair, with Its miniature George Washington room v lxx>Hi IJJi'c" "lesson" Plans were" announced and other unique attractions, en-1 f (h , aU <,„,, mcct || lg and all tertalned members of the Women's i (ncinbers nrgcd to attend. The Nishl circle met with Mrs- Rives Allen when Mrs. W. C. Leg- gelt was also hostess. Mrs. Jamea council ol the First Christian church Monday alleruoon at the hqme of Mrs. J. C. Ellis. There was red lemonade, popcorn and cake for refreshments and all the amusements were In 'keeping with this atmosphere. Mesdames John C. McHaney jr., Gordon Evrard and Ellis were hostesses at the beneflt affair. * * * Ravioli Supptr Planned. Plans for a ravioli supper as a part of the annual bazaar December * were made at a meeting of the Altar society of the Church of the Immaculate Conception Monday afternoon nt tlte rectory. Convent handmade articles will be sold. '• Mrs. A. J. Haaga, president, presided -at the meeting which was concluded with announcement of • the benefit rook and bridge party Friday afternoon. • • * To Hare All Day Meeting. Members of the St. Stephen Episcopal Guild made'plans lor an all ' day meeting next Monday when they will sew tor the earning bazaar the first week in December. The meeting yesterday, as will be- the all day affair, was at the home of Mrs. Otto Kochtitiky. Delicious refreshments were served. Begin Wetk of Prayer . In beginning the annual week of prayer, members of the woman's missionary society of the First MethodUt church were led by Mrs J. D. Sarksdalc Monday afternoon in a program at the church Ir which circle 1 had charge. She discu^ed "Jesus and His Disciples in Prayer" before offering a prayer and a scripture was' rea< rcsponslvcly. Mra C. E. Atkinsoi accompanied Mrs. George M. L.?e for a vocal solo and itrs- J. E Critz also sang, accompanied b> Mrs. Fred Warren. Mrs. A. C. Haley discussed "The Prayer Life tS Jesuu" and "Prayer Life of the Disciples" was .Mrs. H. E. Neblett's theme. Mrs. J. D. Barksdale and Mrs. W. I. Demon H. Brooks taugh.l ths Bible study for the nine members and two other guests, the Rev. and Mrs- Mnrtli M. Callaway. U was voted to assist the auxiliary In Its Thanksgiving work. Delicious refreshments were en- jcyed In- the groups. social hours of all Midway Notes Dr. WafJiburn a'ud iliss" Crow visited the mirdifte school Wednesday antt vaccinated some of the sclrol children for small pox. J. C. Jones of Bragg City, Mo., Isitcd his brother, Walter Alex- Mlss Maud Osceola were Luxora visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vollmer were Osceolt visitor j Tuesday. Itfis Mable Cooke left Sunday for Tenrwwee after spending several days with her family Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Cookc. Mrs. JOB Dean cl Tyixmza was the guest-of Mrs. Louis Spaim Friday. Mrs. Alma McKenney of Osceola wad a Luxora vlsllor Friday. Mrs- Mariun C rider was a bus. Iness visitor at Wilson Monday. Driver Grove A larj.3 crowd attended Sunday schcol last Sunday morning. Mr.' and Mrs. B»rt Rlchanlsoi and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Hues were the Sunday guests of Mr. am Mr& Charley Brock. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Luclous have a very sick child this week. Mrs. Myrtle Knight and children spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Barfleld. Mrs. Sarah Hail, Lola Hall an Mrs. Bessie Brock were guei^s Mrs. Maude Springer Sunday. »(t ernoon. There will be church service a Driver Grove Sunday morning. Read Courier News want ads. ]areful Attention Will Make School Most Valnbl Nothing is mirrored so ciiiickly as human Interest," declares Mrs. Doiignn, noted lecturer, home economist and platform speaker, who will conduct the Courier News cocking school, which opens November 18 and continues for four consecutive lectures. "My contacts with thousands of cooking school audiences convince me that the greatest Inspiration n lecturer cnn have is the rapt at- tltudo of attention on the part of her listeners and particularly the presence of notebooks in which they are transcribing for future use the data, which the lecturer at great pains and expense has secured for them. . "In my schcnls I feel an equally kcon interest my listeners. P. T. A. The following week again be given at the Dell school. of clubs, dummy plays the deuce, East follows with. the. ten spot, declarer with the five, West contin- with the queen. returns the . the and tho ten spot fmossc Is taken, cr £ acc West shows out, discarding the deuco of diamonds. The 'declarer already has lost three club tricks and in order to go lng Bamc game must pick the king of hearts. , -. Tl:,3 only possible chance he. has is TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1030 'and 'the eight ipot fliu-siK taken. ; Declarer returns'tlie "kinc of dlaj mond), overtaking in the durnin^ with the P.CC and leads another ' heart, East playing the-nine, declarer the jack. East's klnj can now be piclBd up with the dcclnr- By treating the king of diamonds as a small card, declarer liar; LUC- ct<!ried "> " mk!ng fcul ' ^l nnd B«- WEST S—9.8-42 H—None R-Q.7-4- 3-2 C-A-K-4. NORTH S--K-6-5'-., H-7-6-5-4'' C—A.J-6- : C-a-6.2 • ,S-J.». . 7 - ,>---3^2 • D—10-9- SOUTH-DEALER - 8 S-A.Q.3 C-fl-MO I H-A-Q-J.I(J.8 ''' D-K-5 . -, 9-9-7-5 .' . . j to find the queen of diamonds in the | liand, therefore-.-the small ASHTABULA, O. (UP)— D:spllc the concerted opposition of »th3 Afhtabula Ministerial "Assaciation, Sunday afternoon ami ev:i:lii'.; bowliiis' has been Icgaliz:;! by the city council in parsing au amcnil- m'eiit to an ordinance that forbatle amusements of this type on Sunday." • ' W<MI nanu, tnerciore-.-thc small /~i . j - , diamond is led When West plays LOIQS and is a doctor's Prescription ' for ' Mrs. Lucy McAdams, who has been seriously ill for a week, is slowly Improving. Miss Frances Shults spent Sun- ay in Memphis. Dr. Paul L. Tipton and Bob arnes went u> Stuttgart today on hunting trip of several days. Miss Carolyn Hall spent Sunday i Tunica, Miss., as the houseguest f Mba Mary Abbey. Welch Foster will leave tonight i or a brief business trip to dt. i XHJlS, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch vLs- .cd Mr. Lynch's mother In Parn- ould Sunday. She Is no better, aving been very ill for some time. Mrs. Clifford Scbaugh, w;ho .Is at lie Arcadia Village hospital or ronton, Mo., will remain there for en more days. Mrs. Ouy C. Jarrntt returned yes' erday to her home In Vlcksburg, Miss., after spending several days wllli Mr. and Mrs. Farnswortn Black and her father, W. A. Black. C. A. Cunningham, who has been In Little Rock since Sunday, will eturn tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahau aixi daughter, Mrs. Ruth Marian, returned yesterday from -a visit in jlarksville, Tcnn. Mrs. Mahau was her« for a month while the others motored over last Friday. They , were accompanied home by Mrs. W, Joeiah Fort and daughter, Nancy ! M Elizabeth, and son, Joslah, jr. >.;<> Read Courier Nir.vs want udu. Prize Winnin ... ,-,.,;,. , . ,, -- tllc thr C'-,'he Jack finesse is iaken,' IT allows to ride to the dummy's king, I which holds the trick A small r:,eart is led from dummy' Th e five of hearts Is retu turned I IS TIIK MOST SPEliDY REMEDY KNOWN. «C(J ALSO IN -'VAHMiTS.. Formality, insr.far as iwsslble, is ruled from my Irctm-es. 1 work In a model kitchen preparing, my own material and giving practical visual demonstration of the methods I prescribe. R.?cipes would lose much of their fascination through of force! prayers a tiresome recitation, without an Similar meetings are being held | active demonstration of their prac- this and Wednesday afternoons. » • • Have Week of Prayer Programs Yesterday. The annual week of prayer the woman's missionary society of the Lake Street Methodist church was observed with » complete study ticabllity. Ingredients involved become most interesting when those ingredients themselves are prepared before the very cy« Cif the women, In attendance, and they are given an oppoi '.unity to sample the results obtained. I am particularly hnppy," Mrs. Dougan writes, "that Monday afternoon with Mrs. O. J. so great an interest lias been ~ " ...... Blytheville and I am Rodgers as leader. Alter reading from the llth chapter of Luke, the first through. the fourteenth verses, she discussed the purpose of the week of prayer. In beginning the study her subject was "Eliza Bowrrian School In Cuba ar.d Its Needs." "-£''• Mrs. W. J. Logan tola.of "James and His Disciples in Pr$yer"; Mrs. Bert Mayo's theme was "The Saints evinced looking forward with much anticipation toward making It one of the best school?) I have ever conducted. The high culinary standards of the community as evinced by. the Intelligent inquiries sent in will be reflected in my giving my listeners the very best that 1 have to effer In this fascinating branch of activity." seated. Cooperating with the Couric N,?ws in the prcmotlon of th great series of cooking school lee tured sue some of the most ou standing national lord manufac tnres In the nation. Intimately a) quainlancc with Mrs. Dougnn's n markable background of the m tritlve values of properly cooked foods, coupled with their personal contact with this gifted lecturer In. whlcty they have become enthusiastic over her remarkable stage preuence, have inspired their eager participation In Mrs. Dotigan's courses of home economics. Every product used and recommended by Mrs. Dougan has not only undergone laboratory tests at the hands of national manufacturers, but has been tried «it on a personal basis by this famous ccok- ery expert'In her own demonstration kitchens where the recipes appropriate to the product have been tested and relcstcd in order that she might select feeds of the vary finest and most, reliable types for sponsoring in the cooking tchoois she conducts The housewives attending Mrs.' Dougan's courses may rest assured that the specific recommendation of products introduced by Mrs. Dougan is as well founded ns the rccipts she otters. Careful attention to such data is requested by the lecturer since many items that may r.:em small tc, her listeners arc c;scntial to the' success of their cooking. Mrs. E. C. Pation and Mrs. M I [ij: 8. 8t*ger motored to Memphis | ( (ij, Sunday. • i «<' Jim, Ilurns of the city ih>l:<c •-(;]] force la ill at his home on Dougan j [if street. He is reported Id have influenza. Miss Clara Ruble has returned from Memphis where she spent t lie week-end. Miss Winifred Ooodrlch and R. N. Hill jr., students at Hendr'ix- Henderson college at Coiuvay, Ark., will arrive tonight to spend the remainder of the week with relatives. Elbert Huffman Is returning to Memphis today where he is a student ut Southwestern University alter spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M, Huffman. Mr. and Mis. Byron Morse and two sons have returned from several days stay In Little Rock and Hat Springs. Mrs. B. F. Klrshner will return tonight from. Omaha, Neb., where she spent several weeks. Mrs. M. O. Hoeugcn, of Toledo, O., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb And family. She formerly lived in the city. • Mrs. W. J. Driver, Mrs, J. D. Borum and Mrs. Lalah Swift, ol Osceola, were In the city today. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Uramlen- burg and Mrs. Brandenburg's mother, Mrs. Betty Taylor, went to Memphis today where they arc to make their home. Mrs. Brandenburg was before her recent marriage, Miss Eva Taylor. Mrs. T. H. Hayncs is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Itussell Farr, and family, In Memphis for several days. Pray" and "The Value of Prayer j The Courier News hM reserved Today" was Mrs. Iverson Morris; th> city auditorium fcr Mrs. Dott- discussion subject. Mrs. Rodgers ; gan's appearances und «ishcs to read a poem compos'ed by Mrs.! wani its feminine readers that the Henderson C. HaU titled "The Con- avalanche of inquiries received so nccllng Link to "Heaven." - far. presages an unprecedented at- The hostesses, Mesdames A. L.- tendance at Reagan, Ivan Bentley, J. C. McHaf-' ley and Miss Ellen Brofrn, served sandwiches, cake and coffee to the 23 members present. Hospital Notes Mrs. M. F. White, Lltlle Kocfc, was dismissed from the Blythc- ville hospital today. .. attacks COLDS the forthcoming school. Many niythcvillc housewives have already committed themselves to th: attendance of all four of the lectures, and are mak- ingj plans to insure their not rr.lss- ing a single one ot the rare demonstrations conducted by this great Goes to Synodical. ' Mrs. C. M. Gray, past president of the state Presbytcrlal In the First i leader and lecturer. The facfthat, ;Prcsbyterlan church, went to Pine admUSIon is absolutely free and I Bluff today where she is to attend ! without .obligation, and that the! -.the annual meeting of the state 'lectures will start at 2:30 promptly! Synodical. as one of t.he represen- An fro mthe PresbyVeriS." outstanding figure iln the promptly inspires the Courier Njws to warn 1 ail women plannfn; fo attend that! the first to arrive will be the first Every Wednesday F r c -is jriven §1.50 mnnicun; with wifh FACIA I, SPKCIAI. RCAI.i' TKKATMKXTS •_ PHON'F, V o U APPOINTMENT. Ask nliniit o 11 r Junior •' I'cntiiuii'iit Wiivc. Elois • I3cauly SilO|)j)f Borum's Phohc SD5. CAKES How to Make Them Mrs. My ra Dougaii Famous Domestic Science and Home Economic Expert Will Show You How \ At the COURIER NEWS Free Cooking School At the City Hall Auditorium Beginning Tuesday, Nov. 18 and Continuing Through Four Days to Nov. 22 ^*-^^ l ^^**^^^^^^^^'^Wi^MBBBH^^^Ba^^HHBaKJRfciHi^BBHII^HII^HBHi^MHB^HBHMBBr^BBBMM^BB^ Lectures Start Promptly at 2:30 P. M' I ••••MMHnmMnSBBMMMMB^MMHHHHMMHMMMIMMHMMMBMHMMj Come! You'll Enjoy It! Absolutely Free! |r 1 $ IWi A Courlesy to the Women Headers of NEWS m i r"J _ W

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