The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1930 · Page 3
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1980 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.).. COURIER NEWS HIT I Mrs, Myra Dougan Will Open Four-Day Lecture Series Tuesday. Blytheville housewives, attention! Have you made complete plans as yet to attend the opening lecture of Mrs. Myra Dougan, nationally famed culinary expert, who is C3- Ine .brought to Blytheville by th? Courier News to conduct the cooking school for five days, bcginnim: Tuesday. November 18? Those who miss the event of the year, will not ImVe another opportunity soon since this will be Mrs. Dougon'i ,only appearance in this terrllorj during tlie present year, and indications at the moment arc that it will be very difficult to secure her return next year because of the number of cities bidding for hei services. Absolutely free in every respect the amazing contributions this remarkable woman will be able to make in the o:ie short week sh< is here, will prove a revelation to every woman attending. Solution of household finance, menu balance actual cookery, economical buying accompanied by a visual plalforn demonstration of each and ever ceremony Involved In the preparn tlon of a meal that is as sclent! fically balanced as modern diet! clans can provide, will trip ove themselves in startling rapidity a ,this genius of the rang and servin table fascinates her audience wit n personality and knowledge of he subject that has been drawin crowds of thousands ot the nation' b?sl posted- women to her classe: In few lines of endeavor and I few cities, is such remarkable en semble of 'instruction, entertain ment and edification available with out the slightest charge or cfcliga •^Mion on the part of the women at tiding. The attitude of thousands of in terested women indicates crowc that will test the capacity of th city auditorium. The doors will I) open at 2:00. The lectures sta promptly at 2:30. First come, wi be first seated. The Courier News wishes to v. r ar its feminine readers that ever precaution has "been taken to i: sure maximum seating capacity, bi because of the unprecedented in tercst aroused, those eager to hea this famous woman should insu their attendance by arrivins as ea ly as possible. d Mrs. Hally Carter, Messrs cment and Wllce Whistle of I jseland. Ark. , ! Miss Until Wnll spent the p?.i;t '. with her sister. Mrs. C. II. I lilslle, at noseland, Arkansas. | Mr. and Mrs. John McClure, ami | £r. and Mis. Abner Ashcraft were; c Monday evening gu.?Us of Mr, | id Mrs. 1> C. Si»ncer. i Tuesday afternoon. Mi 1 .'. S. L. ; obinsv.i gave ft bridal shower in , mor of her niece. Mrs. A. J. Ash- ; aft. who \va:i before her recent ' arriagc Miss Frankie Sp?r.ccr. ! arious games .were enjoyed nncl vely Klfts prejented. Late In the | tcrnoon delicious fuiuhvichre nnd . ct chocolate was served. All lefi j ishlng Mr. and Mrs. Ashcruft . any happy years together. ] Miss Mary D. Bakor of Cooler , as a Steele vbltor Tuesday. Miss NeUie German, who was arricd lo n Memphis clinic Tucs- ay is reported much improved. liev. G. H. Ellis, pastor of the M Free Pony Rides for BlytheviJle Children It Hie rain stops for the week-end boys and girls wl|o clip I'.ils coupon :nay cnjuy n free -ride Saturday or Sunday afternoon on the po:iy I rack which Jimmy Boyu plims to ojicn on the Robinson •ot at the tuner uf Main end Siventh Streets. The ponies arc iinlqns In that t.ioy arc [rained to walk very rtov,'iy ami yenHy for vory little children, while for Uic larger cr.i-.s llu-y will gu fast Liiousii lo make the ride iiilei'Oillns. Jusl write yom- name on the line below and present the ticket, to Mr. Jloyd at the pony track. He will give' you one free ride L^ v:...' bWfcK ul tut- nuunyL'.iH'iH und oi the Courier News* ,-'; ' P Nil me i • i ':' -PAGE Ing a report of (he work done In . tills district this year. He has pei i soiially visited each lodge 'In the i illstrlst. nt'-onc of Its regular hiect- Ings Instructing menfjcni in the work ot Miisonry, nnd In addition has secured tlie services of Baker ..Clark of Ultle flock, state grand lecturer, for two schools of instruc-' J- '> Bllim DeDutV Grand l!on< OI1C al O^w'a' and one at, M "I; UC K U *.V VJldllui Joncsboro, which were attended by 'Maslcr, Reports lllCl'Cas- "umbers of Masons from nil over . I I . . the district; «l Interest. i ' lie attributes lo these schools of. , , . ii,, j Instruction much of tlie credit for 1 Ark.-lnl.emt in Ma- (he |ncrMscd , mcr( ^ }n MnsQ|1 .-, ry which Is evidenced by the inl- vlslls from Grand Master G. A. Wnrrcn of lilack Rock. Tho following Osceola Mesons expect, to accompany. Mr. Bunn to the Llltle Uock meeting next week: J. r. Voston, a. n. Segraves, Bruce W. K. Which get the ex-service men Into hosplt- i.\-.-aid, get what the government owes'! '• " them, or take 1 care of the'hoboes?'.• -, | Ex-Service Man's Wife. tcrnoon and will remain until Sun- p r | ZCl a ludicrous diploma upon 'day, school having been closed In donkey skin. Is being ollcred to tlie . Church is very ill nt his home, j order Hint the inunliy members author of the greatest number of The w-inan's miaionary sncif.y j might attend Ihe m?e'.iiiij of the ridiculous nrliclcs and stories fur r- the Methodist Church mei ni i Arkansas . Educational association die 1-Vcnch Press. he home of Mrs. T. I. Brooks, ; In Little Hock this VH.-!;. . . . _ — . ------- — londay afternoon. -~ ---- — ..... . PARIS, (UP)-A nev; literary «ead Courier News Want Aus. . Mrs. R. C. Stccle announced \\\".' rogram and those ' taking pirl-l •ere Mesdnmes Carl Sheclcy, Paul I fcCutchcn Bailey Bicoks, O. A. tinwny, nnd R. C. S!«?)u, Jr. The society meets next Monday •1th Mrs. n. I. Clark. Mrs. Eutra Mathis has purchased he beauty shop of Mrs. J. \V. Stout and will continue the bu;i- v?ss at the old stand. BOHty in UK- casiom Arkansas counties of Polnsell, Crnlghend and MMj..-lnpl 1ms shown a marked Increase Oils year, according to J, 11. BUHSI. of Osceoln, deputy grand cr of the tenlh district, whli'h rb'cs lliese eounttes nnd ln- »rt»5 the lodges nt Osceola, Illy"•Mlle, Jonesboro, Hnirman, Ma"n. Wilson, I-'renclmmn's Bayou, -rachvlllc. Luke City, Brookland, etiltlon, Bono. Ray, Mohetle. H'.ir- sb'.irg, Wclncr, Marked Tree, Tru- nim. Tyroti/n nnd .Lcpanlo. Mr. nuim.wlll altend the. annual leellng or JiU\stcr Masons in Llltle lock November 18 and 19 curry- Osceo/a Society—Personal Society—Personal Kmlth-Vick A wedding of much interest took place in the First Presbyterian church at Blythevilb Sunday eve- mnj when Miss Mildred Vick became Bie bride of Lendsey Smith The attendants were Miss Mignlon Vick. twin sister of tlie bride Mrs Opal Vick, sister-in-law or the mide, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stroud of Blylheville. Mr. Smith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Smith of Caruthersvitle. and is manager of the Clarence Saunders ttors in Steele. He is a graduate of Carulhersville High School and a former football star ot Southeast Missouri. Mrs. Smith is (lie attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. F. Vick of here. She attended the Steele High School, and has since been employed at tht Phillip Hamra Store. The young couple will Steel e. make their home In Hevrrls-IIudgtns Anrther wedding of much interest took place in Caruthersville Saturday evening when Miss Jen- nte Dell Hudgens. of Steele. became IJic bride of Mr. Arthur Reverts, of Rockford. 111. Tlie only attendants were Mrs. W. D. Hudeens. mother of the bride, Miss Hazel Hud gens, sister of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCutchen. Mr. Reverts is employed as head mechanic nt the R'ckford Sand nnd Gravel Co.. at Rockford, 111. Mrs. Reverts Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hudgens. Shi Is a graaduate of the Stesle High School and is a leader In the Baptist church. Mrs- Clyde Hudgens of Blytheville and Mis;i Gertrude Hudgens of Caruthersville were visitors here Thursday afternoon. Miss Virginia Cridcr. Incal teacher, had as her Sunday guest Miss EliznV.Tth \Vntson John Parks Jr. attended to BuM- ""J In Memphis the past week. Miss Vica Henley, teacher of New Survey, spent last w;ek end with M i ora and Cecl1 Casddy. "• S. Sallba, of Joiner. Ark., a prominent merchant of that place, visited in Mie home of Mr. Knury Wednesday. Mrs. L. B. Swift was hostess! Thursday afternoon to members of the four table bridge club and aev- | eral extra guests including her sis- 1 .er, Mrs. J. A. Moran, of Chflffcc, \lo., who is spending several daysj tiere this week, and Miss Blanche Cleere, Mrs. Stanley Carpenter. Mrs. D. S. Lancy and Mrs. J. H. Ho:)!:. A delicious salad course was scrv- l following the game and high score prize awarded Mrs. H. L. Driver. Mrs. J. L. Ward cut consolation and Miss Blanche Cleere won low score favor. Twenty friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Barham were their guests when they entertained complimenting Mrs. Barham's brother. Dr. O. H. Stewart, and Mrs..Stewart, anci Dr. and Mrs. Longcanip of Aurora, Ind., who were their guests for a few days this week en route to tlie Rio Grande valley for a month's vacation and hunting trip. The game of anagrams was enjoyed throughout-the evening and prizes were won by Mrs. C. L. Moore jr., and C. E. Sullengsr. Delicious refreshments were served following the game. Judge and Mrs. "George Barham' of Blytheville were out of town guests .. Mrs. Braxton Bragg charmingly entertained members of tlie two ,ao!e co'.nrac!, yric'.ge cluu to which she belongs and two extra table.' of guests nt a bridge breakfast at .her home here yesterday morning. The receiving rooms were gay with a profusion of vari-colored chrysanthemums and the spirit of the autumn season was depicted in hunting scenes which decorated the miniature match box favors and place cards. • i'ollowing the game, high score club prize was awarded Mrs. D. S. Laney. Mrs. B2n P. Butler won high score guest prize and Miss Rose White was awarded low score favor. An interesting re'port of the recent meeting of the slate P. "f. A. congress held at Joncsboro was given by Mrs. C. M. Harwell at the regular meeting of the Osceola high school P. T. A. Wednesday afternoon, nnd Mrs. R. H. Jones gave an interesting resume of current events dealing with P. T. A. work throughout the United States. At a business session tlie association voted to spend five dollars for standard books of the P. T. A. congress library. They expect during the year to acquire a complete Parent-Teacher library which will be conveniently placed in Ihe high school for use of the local organization's members. They also voted funds to provide a col for the convenience of members of the girls basketball team and to buy school books for n worthy student unable to purchase them. Plans for the first social meeting of the year were discussed and it was voted to have a social meeting to which the men will be especially invited during the holiday season. The prize of a framed picture offered each month to the grade securing the largest mother r.tlend- ance nt P. T. .A. meetings was awarded the tenth grade for the month of October. This grade also won the award offered In September. * * • Superintendent George Doyle ot the Osceola public schools is in Little Rock attending the annual meeting of the Arkansas State Educational association. Mr. ond Mrs. J. A. Moran of ChafTee, Mo., arrived Tuesday eve- Y,; B L1 »Ie mado a, business trip r j s We(lrie sd<iy. i ntng for a few days visit with Mr* Lendsey Smith and MisJ Mildred ' Moron's sister, Mrs, L. B. Swift in Vick spent Sunday with the form- iosceola. Mr. Moran left yesterday ers parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arch I Mrs. Mornn remaining for a few Smith of Caruthersvllle. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Workman accompanied the lattors mother to her home in Portpgcvllle Sunday. Mr. A R. Reagan of Blythevillo attended to business here Monday evening. days longer. Mrs. Charles Lowrance jr., and small son have returned from Un- .iontown. Ala., where they visited Mrs. 1/jwrnnce's mother, Mrs. Davidson, for several weeks. Misses Agnes Ward. Evalyn Mrs. Frank Weaver wad shrpping . Emerson. Elizabeth Doyle, .Jane in Blytheville Sunday. , Wcathersby, Carlton Tompkins nnd Mr. and Mrs- R. A. Wall'had nc Mackie Smith, who are "attending their Sunday guest, Mr. and Mrs. I Jonesboiro Agriciillur.il collie this 0. E. Mooney of Hickmaii, 1 Ky., Mr.'year, arrived home Wednesday nf- LOTE GROCERY and MARKET Phone 177 We Deliver 122 W. Main CRACREftS Sunshine Krisny 2•!,!>. Hox 28c Stricllv Ki-csh Dozen 28c BANANAS I'ound CELERY Large Jumbo Each 4c ••••n lOc LETTUCE Head CRANBERRIES Pound 17ic Pound 12ic I'ound 1C TOMATOES No. 2 Cans 3 Cans for 24c FLOUR Optima 24-Lb.-Sack 95 c FLOUR 1'lum Good 24-l.b. Sack 65 c POTATOES No. 1 Reds Peck PUMPKIN No. 2/2 Can 2 For MILK 3 Tall or G Small P & G SOAP 10 Bars 32 c SUGAR in Pounds 49c Hens, Lb. 27c. Fryers, Lb. 30c PORK CHOPS Pound 25 c RIBS Pound 15c BABY BEEF. K. C. Rib Steak Pound 18c Pound 25c TROPIC NUT OLEO I'ound 17ic STEW MEAT Pound 121c TURKEYS, DUCKS AND GEESE The Editor's Letter Box ===== Another Protest' liallon of 100 new members In ml- <T O the editor:) I see In yciir pa- dltion lo 87 members passed nnd j 1 " where Ihe office In I ha city Two Fined for Fighting An argument led to hot words, i hot words led to blows, end this morning John Wawfman, produce house manager, and a. C. Hawks,", fruit dealer, paid fines of »5 each. In police court on waiges of fighting. Following the mix-up, which occurred at Hawks' place of business, Hawks obtained a revolver nncl 00 members raised In tho district lml1 »°. w known as U»e Boy Scout, fired, but Inasmuch as he appar- durlng the yenr. Mr. Bunn has per- is lo be turned over to ho- j ently did not shoot In the direction soiially conferred ten mnsler, four " ol;s - . of his antagonist, no charge in- fellowcraft, nnd seven entered ap-1 Ex-Service men hav.-- been going | volving the use of a deadly \vca- prenllce decrees, aiui lias oiiicinled . lo " lls office for their papers to be nt two funerals of prominent Ma- 1 nlletl out - M X husband spent six sons In the district, that of O. W. In a hospital in France 12 , . . . Smith, past master of the French- >' c ' 1rs B B°- On the tenth day . of man's Bayou lodge, nnd C. E. Har- ' November tills year he received his roll of the Osceola lodge. '. flrjt check for disabilities received in France. Tills was secured by Three lodges in Ihe district, Os- Ihe effort of the lady In the Boy ceola, Lnkc City and Tmmann, have Spoilt office. We did not pay her boon, honored during the year by one dime. She made no charge. pon was brought against him. KITCHEN EFFICIENCY s nrr aves 1 ime and Energy Mrs. Myra Dougan Famous Domestic Science and Home Economic Expert Will Show You How At the COURIER NEWS Free School At the City Hall Auditorium Beginning Tuesday, Nov. 18 and Continuing Through Four Days to Nov. 22 i I Lectures Start Promptly at 2:30 P. M. Come! You'll Enjoy It! Absolutely Free! A Courtesy to the Women Readers of COURIER NEWS I I I I m

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