The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1930 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 14, 1930
Page 5
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FRIDAY, .NOVEMBER 14, 1930 LOilGlT J3LYTlHEVlLLE^jAF!K!)_ COURIER NEWS Mrs. Myra Dougan Will Open Four-Day Lecture Scries Tuesday. Blytheville housewives, attention! Have you made complete plans as yet to attend the opening lecture of Mrs. Myra Dongnn, nationally famed culinary expert, >*ho is t;- Ing .brought to nlytheviltc by thr Courier News (o conduct the cook- Ine' scliool for five days, rjcginnhip Tuesday, November 18? Those who miss the event of the year, will nnt have another opportunity ?ODII since this will be Mrs. DouganV .only appearance in this territory during the 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 her services. Absolutely frte in every respect, the amazing contributions this remarkable woman will l>c able to make in the one short week she Is. here, will prove a revelation to every woman attending. Solution- of household finance, menu balance, actual cookery, economEcal buying, accompanied by a visual platform demonstration of each and every ceremony involved in the preparation of a meal that is as scientifically balanced as modern dlctl clans can provide, will trip over themselves In startling rapidity a? ,thls genius of the rang and serving table fascinates her audience with n personality and knowledge of her subject that has been drawing crowds of thousands or the nation'.' bsst posted women to her classes. In few lines of endeavor and in few cities, is such remarkable ensemble of 'instruction, entertainment and edification available without the slightest charge or cbliga- ^•-tion on the part of the women at- t^ding. The attitude of thousands of interested women indicates crowdr that will test the capacity of thp city auditorium. The doors will be open at 2:00. The lectures start promptly at 2:30. First come, will be first seated. The Courier News wishes to v, r arr. its feminine readers that every precaution has been taken to insure maximum seating capacity, but because of the unprecedented interest- aroused, those eager to hear this famous woman should insure their attendance by arriving as early as possible. and Mrs. Hally Carter, Messrs | Clement and Wilcc Whistle of i Roseland, Avk. , ! Miss Ruth Wnll spent the past 1 week with her sister, Mrs. C. H. I Wlilslle, at Roscland, Arkansas. | Mr. and Mrs. John McClure, nml > Mr. and Mrs. Abncr Asiicraft were j the Monday evening gu.uls of Mr. i and Mrs. 1> C. Spencer. i Tuesday aflerncon, Mrs. S. L. | Robinsvi gave a bridal shower In honor of her niece. Mis. A. J. Ash-; craft, who was b»for,-! her recent ; marriage Miss Frankle Ep:ncer. < Various games.were cnjoyci find i lovely gifts presented. Late in the atternoon delicious sandwiches nn:l hr.t chocolate was served. All left wishing Mr. and Mrs. Ashcraft many happy years together. Miss Mary D. flavor of Cooler was a Steelo visitor Tuesday. Miss Keltic German, who was carried to a Memphis clinic Tuesday Is reported much improved Free Pony Rides for Blytheville Children It the rain stops tor the week-end boys and girls who clip t'.ils coupon :nay enjuy a free ride Eeturday or Sunday afternoon on tint por.y which Jimmy Boyti plittis lo open on the Koblnson Sot at the ccincr of Main und Seventh Streets. The ponies are uniqua in that t.icy ore trained t£ \vnlk very vlov.'iy snu ueutly for very little children, while for the larger cues llity will go f:isi enough (o make Hie ride Interesting. Just write your name on the line- below and present the ticket to Mr. Doyil at the pony track. Me will (jive you one Irce ride •_:, »:._• bixst ul '.1,1- uunngi'.nciLl ;mc! i>t the Cuurlcr News, .s . '' , '•/. Name '•!<'•:' report of the work done In tins district this year. t He lias per- I soiially visited cacli lortjc "in the 'district ufionc of ils regular inecl Inijs Instructing nipiifoere In the work of Masonry, and In addition visits from Grand Master O. A. Warren of Black Rock, The following Osceola Masons ex- pea to accompany Mr. Bunn to the Little Rock meeting next week: J. T. Voslon, O, I). Scgruves, Bruce has secured the services of Uakev rvy, W B. Burton 3 M • __ ?"»•* »' "«le Bock, slate grand lecturer, for two schools of Instnic- n Rlliin Deniltv Gl'ailfl l| on. one at psccola and one nti' . mum, i/epuiy uidiiti Jonosboro wlllch WC1 . C ^ nAed by . •uUStcv RepOl'tS InCl'Cas- "'"liters of Masons from All over „ 1 I , . ;llie district. cu Interest. • i He nltrlbiites to these schools of B . N . son. Wilson and Which Is'ffiiTmost importanl'To • '.--l get the ex-service men into hosplt- •>'.' alt!, get what the government owes :1 • •them, or take* care of the hoboes? : , Ex-Service Man's Wife. ternoon and will remain until Sun- prize, n ludicrous diploma uix>n day, school having bsen closed In donkey skin, Is being olfcred to tint E. Church Is very "ill at his home, j order that the inculiy members " '"" "' The v.-r.nian's missionary suclely miijht attend the meeting of Hie Itov. G. fl. Ellis, pastor <!f '.tin M author of the greatest number of ridiculous articles ami stories for of the Methodist Church met at j Arkansas Educational association i) le Trench I'ress. the home of Mrs. T. I. Mondav aftcrnosn. Brooks. In Little Rod: this wee!:. Mrs. R. C. Steele announced th? j program and those ' taking pin- 1 were Mesdames Carl Shcelcy, Paul i McCutchen Bailey Brcoks, O. A. ' unaway, and R C. St.?*;. Jr. The society meets next Monday with Mrs. D. I. Clark. ] Mrs. Eulra Matins hat; purchased the beauty shop of Mrs. J. V,' , Stout and will continue the bui".- | ss at the old stand. i PARIS, (UP)— A liicrary cautltr News Want Ads. crease this year, according to J. )). Dunn, of Osceola, deputy grain! 'Mev of the tenth district, wblcli :r.])iiscs these counties and In- •ul-s the lodges at Osceola, Illy- "ille, Jonesboru. Hullmah, Mn- 'n. Wilson. Frcnclmmn's naynu. I'Mlivllle. Lake City, Drooklantl, eltldon, nono, Hay. Monettc, Il:n- bb'.iii;, wclner. Marked Tree, Tru- •iinn. Tyroma and .Lcpanto, Mr. Uunn.wlll attend tho annual ri'tlng ot Master Masons In Ullli ock November 18 and 19 carry Osceo/a Society—Personal """". Steele Society—Personal Smlth-Vtck A wedding of much interest took place in the First Presbyterian church at Blythevilla Sunrlny evening when Miss Mildred Vick became the bride of Lendsey Smith. The attendants were Miss Mlgnlon Vick, twin sister of the bride Mrs Opal Vtcic, sister-in-law of the bride, and Mr and Mrs. Howard Stroud of Blytheville. Mr. Smith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Smith of Caruthersville. and is manager of the Clarence Saundcrs d.or.3 in Steele. He is a graduate of Caruthersville High School and a former football star of Southeast Missouri. Mrs. Smith is (he attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. -P. Vick of here. She attended the Steele High School, and has since been employed at the Phillip Hamra Store. The young couple will make their home In Steele. Revcrts-Hudgens Ancther wedding of much interest toot place in Carulhersvilie Saturday evening when Miss Jennia Dell Hudgens. of Steele, became the bride of Mr. Arthur Reverts, of Rockford, III. The only at' tendants were Mrs. W. D. Hudecns. mother of the bride, Miss Hazel Hudgens, sister of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCutchen. Mr. Reverts is employed as head mechanic at the R r ckford Sand and Gravel Co, at Rockford, III. Mrs. Reverts Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hudgens. Sl« to a graaduate of the Stesle High School and Is a leader In the Baptist church. Mrs- Clyde Hudgens of Blytheville and Ml5:1 Gertrude Hudgens of Caruthersville were visitors here Thursday afternoon. Miss Virginia Crider. l-:cal tench- cr. had as her Sunday guest Miss Ellzah-ith Watson. John Parks Jr. attended lo bu<l- " c »ri ln M e:tl Phis the past week. MI M Vica Henley, teacher of Now survey, spent last «,-,:ek end with Flora and Cecil Ca&iidy S. Sallba, of Joiner. Ark., a Mrs. L. B. Swift was hostess Thursday afternoon to members of the four table bridge club and several extra guests including her sister, Mrs. J. A. Moran, of Clmffee, Mo., who is spending several days here this week, and Miss Blanche Cleere, Mrs. Stanley Carirenter, Mrs. D. S. Laney and Mrs. J. H. Host. A delicious salad course was served following the game and high score prize awarded Mrs. H. TJ. Driver. Mrs. J. L. Ward cut consolation and Miss Blanche Cleere won low score favor. Twenty friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Barham were their guests when they entertained complimenting Mrs. Barham's brother. Dr. O. ', H. Stewart, and Mrs.;Stewart, and i Dr. and Mrs. Longcaiiip of Aurora. • Ind., who were their guests for few days this week en route to the 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. B. Sullengsr. Delicious refreshments were served following ihe game. Judge and Mrs. Cieofge' Barham' of Blytheville were out of losvn guests . Mrs. Braxton Bragg charmingly entertained members of the two cr-utriC', Bridge clua to which she belongs and two extra tablsr of guests at a bridge breakfast at .her home here yesterday morning. The receiving rooms were gay with 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. • Following the game, high score club prize was awarded Mrs. D. S. Lancy. Mrs. Ben P. Butler won high score guest prize and Miss Rose White was awarded low score favor. • * * An interesting report of the recent meeting of the state P. T~. A. congress held at Jonesboro was given by Mrs. C. M. Harwell at the regular meeting of the Osceola high school P. T. A. Wednesday afternoon, and 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 the 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 the high school for use of the local organization's members. They also voted funds to provide a cot for the convenience ol members of the girls basketball team and to buy school books for a 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 attendance at 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 Dcyle of the Osceola public schools Is in <.i,t m ' i. " Lltt1e Rock attending the annual in (,- !i hlmt Ot that nlace ' meeting of the Arkansas State Edin one home of Mr. Kaury I U catlonal association. wn d ??' i Mr ' and Mrs ' J ' A ' Moran of at T lc macln a business trip Chnffee, Mo, arrived Tuesday eve- to at. I/nils Wednesday. , ning for a few days visit with Mrs Lenflsey Smith and MlsJ Mildred ! Moran's sister, Mrs. L. B. Swift in Viclc spent Sunday with the form-, Osceola. Mr. Moran left yesterday ' ers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch i Mrs. Moran remaining for a few SmUh of Caruthersville. I days longer. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Workman accompanied the latl.-rs mother to her home m Portageville Sunday. Mr A. R. Reagan of Blyiheville attended to business here Monday Mrs. Charles Tx>wrance jr., and small son have returned from Uniontown, Ala., where they visited Mrs. Lowraiice's mother, Mrs. Davidson, for several weeks. Misses Agnes Ward, Evnlyn Mrs. Frank Weaver wad shopping Emerson, Elizabeth Doyle, Jane in Blytheville Sunday. . W«a thereby, Carlton Tompkins and Mr. and Mrs R. A. Wall'had ac Mackle Smith, who are 'attcndlne j their Sunday guest, Mr. and Mrs. I Jonesboro collsgc this' 1 O. E. Mooney of Hlckmari, Ky., Mr. I year, arrived home Wednesday af- ; ELOTE GROCERY and MARKET Phone 177 We Deliver 122 W. Main CRACKERS Sunshine Krispy 2-1.1). 'l! 28c EGGS Strictly Fresh Dozen 28c BANANAS 1'ounti 4c CELERY Jumbo R;ich lOc LETTUCE Head 8c CRANBERRIES found 17ic Pound 12ic CABBAGE I'ound 1C TOMATOES No. 2 Cans 3 Cans for 24c FLOUR Optima 24-Lb.'Sack FLOUR Plum Good 24-Lb. Sack 65c POTATOES No. 1 Reds 1'eck 35c PUMPKIN No. 2-/ 2 Can 2 For MILK 3 T;ill or 6 Small P&GSOAP 10 liars 32 c SUGAR 10 Pounds 49c FULL DRESSED Hens, Lb. 27c. fryers, Lb. 30c PORKCHOPS 1'ound RIBS Pound 15c K. C. Ril> Steal; Pound 18c Pound 25 c TROPIC NUT OLEO Pound 17Jc Pound 12ic TURKEYS, DUCKS AND GEESE Two Fined for Fighting An argument led to hot words, hot words led to blows, and this morning John Waterman, produce' house manager, and G. C. Hawks,' fruit dealer, paid fines of »5 each • ,in police court on charges of fighting. - ' Anolhtr Protect' Following the mix-up, which oc- .... (1 '° "'f- editor:) I see In jr.ur pa- curred at Hawks' place of busings, dltlon lo 81 members passed and 'P cr where the office In Ilio city I Hawks obtained a revolver nnd 90 members raised In the district '"'" »9* r known aa the Boy Scout; fired, but Inasmuch as he appjr- durlng the year. Mr. Bunn 1ms i«r- "' flc e ls 'o be turned over to ho- i «"tly did not shoot, in the direction sonally conferred (en master, four " uc , s ' of his antagonist, no charge hi- fellowcrnfl, and seven enlered tip-1 Kx-Smlcc men hav.s been going | volvlng the use of a deadly \vca-' prenllcc degrees, and has olllclaled lo " lls off| ce for their papers to b« at. two funerals of prominent Ma-i nlll;(1 Ollt - My husband spent Blx sons in Ihe district, that of G. W.. """Hh-'l In a hospital In France 12 Smith, past master of the French- >" cnr s »go. On the tenth day. of man's Bayou lodge, and C. E. Hur- ' November this year he received his roll of tho Osccolu lodge. first check for disabilities received In Prance. This was secured by Three lodges In the dlslrlcl, Os- Ihe effort of the lady In thu Boy ceoln. Lake City and Tnimnnn, have Spoilt office. We did not pay her been hpnoicd during the year by one dime. She made no charge. pon was brought against him. KITCHEN EFFICIENCY Saves Time an a Energy Mrs. Myra Dougan Famous Domeslic Science and Home Economic Expert Will Show How At the COURIER NEWS Cooking School At the City Hall Auditorium Beginning Tuesday, Nov. 18 and Continuing Through Four Days to Nov. 22 | 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 1 I : it i i

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