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TWO HIA'TIIEVILLK, (AUK.) COUUIEH NEWS Personal Interest Activities and News of Women TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1930 ]\ Bits of Neu>s Mostly Personal r 'Society Calendar ' • \1WB-- ' " ... Mono>y evening which will bedein-; Darbey and O. W. Coppcdge »i'n?n ( | pnstrated at Ptfjott Thursday eve- hostesses. "Going Forward" w(is the *f .Ij'alpJ which will-b« demonstrated subject of the devotions! given by t *io ne'wly oreanld-adles sofl ol the Lutheran church will Guild M<mben Bew. . An all day meeting ol the SI prayer and self denial for home missions of tlie southern Presbyterian jnetl at 2-30 o'clcot at (ly hoinV. Stephen Episcopal Guild was lielii church, the woman's auxiliary pw- ojlln H j"Kliendi»t luVwcsl'- Monday at.thc home of Mrs. Otto senUd « pageant at thc church jliiirtreet ' '' ' ,'; Kochtltzky when- the memberf Monday afternoon. J' sc(ved for . . memuErf Monday i doll bazaar to b< held I This playlet depleted the needs ' M J^ h * v1 " 8 TllU ' S; the first vvge kin Peccmbcrr "" of the work with' Mri. J»met H. Mktroto club pavty will)'' •' An . appetizing luncheon was Brooks representing the call ol the ing . Aid Jr. o'clock. c Culllsdn U haviiiK & • ^'ir»i>»n *«t-ro*lM • ' ! tcllded " ' Paep-Teacer tloh af the school at ,3'o'clock. • J ' ' ' Friday . Music department of the served at noon, i home missions uid Meidames i • • ' James B. Clark, C. R. Bibcock, Ed- g»r Boruci, o. P. MM* »nd H. H, the First Dyer the. dlfj(«r«nt peppjes. The church, In'ccmhn to the rescue of these races, wot represented by Mrs. C. M. Gray and Mrs. L. 8. , Drlscoe gave a musical reading, ac- Mrn. Edwin Robinson, president, companled by Mrs. R. A. Moore, In hospital, U now convalescing. She' will probably return there lalcr for an operation. Mrs. J. w. Portlock and daughter will leave Saturday for Three Rivers,- Mich,, to visit Mrs. Paul Tomllnson. Miss Edrell Knitlel Is a patient Congressman and Mrs. W. J. at the St. Joseph hospital of Mcm- I Driver, of Osceota, were breakfast phts. Ifarold Haynes, and family guests of Judge and Mrs.. George j Orady Cancer returned today nut .there. jW. Bardam today. |froru Dyersburg, Tenn., where he The Rev. and Mrs.. Alfred S.' MJSS Mary Arden Galloway, of f'tended to business for two days. turned to their r homo In Memphis Irurnlshcj int!s!c---lnt5niiKit wm l:i Monday after iwo weeks stay with tha Cocliruin Cjinctery, .Piinsfiil relatives. . arrainjemoiits vv'ijre' in' Jhrnii.; -'of, -- - - — II warclrAitdei'son. ' I , . Harwell, John B. Lane, tlje Rev. Covlngton, Tenn., Is (he guest of | J °hn O'Brien has returned from •nd Mrs. ?. Z, Newsom, tlie Rev. f, lends for several days. She for- s P. . Lnnle lef ' Cardweil Girl Dies Read Courier Hews Want Ads. 666 and Mrs. P. B. Lnngley left today. merly lived heri?.' j Mrs,'John Van Ausdalc, of Ci.... »« EnroUed • tutliefsvllle, shopped Ip N8llon.il Honor Society. . yesterday. Fcur r.cx members were admit- Max B. Reid attended court ttd to the National Honor society's joneeboro Monday. in the city In . chapter In the city high sphool Mrs. G. S.' Cunningham, of Lit- yeswrday wil in assembly. . . . , a formaj Initiation u e nock, has arrived for a visit church h»d the best at rl at tt M. E. Langston, returned today. She Is better today. hoiise. Club meeting at thc club M#. Herthaii Smart was leader of jig?:• woman's missionary union of ith* First Baptist church lor the iaorrthly program at the church Monday afternoon "which •supplemented the business session. Tlie Young Matrons circle was In charge of tljc program. , "The Ne* Day ln,«iy,oid.>^orld" was the program theme jvltp Wks by Mrs. Boy H«d. Mr'6.', Marlon Williams and Mrs. K. D. Marr. • For the devotional on "All Things New" a scripture was rend «nd prayers offered by Mrs. R. L. Reeder, J. W. Bishop, rl.'E, Alexander and Herstral! Smart. • Mrs. Paul L. Tiptoii, accompanied by.Mrs. J. T. Hall,:sang "Thc Holy City." ;. In the buslnes smecling Mrs. E.- E, Ales»nder presided over the 3G members present. • • * Take Up Mlsaloon Study. ' The mission study book "Tlie pimlilcd in the business session closing. A collection was taken lo be given for.the home missions activities. dainty re-' The 25 present also heard an Interesting devotional by Mrs. Marsh M. Callaway wlio read and corrt- ivh'cn plans for mid-winter activities were token up. Thc liostess served freshmenls mented upon the 85th Psalni, Dell P. T. A. Tc Have Program Thc Parent-Teacher nwclntlon' Mr»4ow«-Bol«. of Dell's school will meet at the, ' rh * marriage of Miss Allege - -hcol Wednesday aftcrncon for the Boles and Mr> Earl Meadows, both following program: Playlet prim- °' Oosnell, took place there y«- ary pupils: reading, Burleen Brlnn- '"day with the Rev, T. E. Williams Tlglnal iilnylet., fourth grade stu- performing the ceremony. derils;'Eong r - pupils of third grade; ' * * reading, Ruth Henderson; origin- Crttchfteld-Cbtery. ; They are: Misses with her son, C. A. Cunningham. Mfrlon Cooley, Virginia Terry, Miss- Mary Alice Thompson, of Mary Cusmnlngs and Joe Byrn Memphis, who formerly lived here, Evans. t the guest of Miss Irene Crowder. . M|ts Rosa M. Hardy, principal, c. C. Langston, who was called wa.de a laJK nnd the pledge, wus to Rulcvllle, Miss., yesterday by thc repeated alter her by the new critical Illness of his mother, Mra. members. Old members, representing scho'.- _.„ _ »rshlp, leadership, character and ~ Miss Eva Cook, of Luxora, Is the Krvlce, the four fundamentals up- guest" of her sisters. Mrs. clarence on which membership Is based, volmer and Mrs, W. J. Wunder- oairlcd toilers for thc lighting of Hc!i. the new 1 , members' tapers. i Kir . and Mrs. R. L. Curlln havo ' ' * ! moved to the Ward apartments on Hc.ir Royal Service Study. ' ' ' ' Mrs. J. W. Richards was hostess to 11 members and five guests ol the Second Baptist church vo. man's missionary society Monday afternoon. _ For the program, Mrs. J. H. serious Illness of Mrs. Foster's sis- Klmes gave the Royal Service study ler, Mr;.. C. L. Smith. Mrs. W S, alter reading the 5. 0, 7 verses of Lnngdon, their mother, has been Revelations, 2nd chapter. . . nicre several days al story, Rose Slacy; piano solo A" nl > Cheery and Mr, Ear)ey Trailing of the Conquestadors" was ttudied by members of the Lake Street Methodist church mission ary society Monday afternoon, at! the church, in beginning a new book. This wllHx heard two meet- Ings tn each-month, until completed, with Mrs, O, J. Rodgers, superintendent of study, in cliarge ol the programs. Mrs. W.-J. LeRoy led the devotional. In a brief business meeting plans were formulated, for serving dinner to thc visiting men Wednesday who will be here for the district board of steward meettlng. Cl*« to Meet •' ' v -The T. $,• I,.,Sunday school class v of. th»...Flist 4»n.tht Cbtjrcli wljl meet at the church tonight, 1:30 o'clock. • • ... • •. * Born. •Mr. arid Mrs. Virgil Lendennle, of Dogwood Ridge, announce the birth of'a'daughter Friday. November 14. ,The baby, who weighed seven pounds, has been named Maxlne. • • * Ifeve'Waflle Supper. The 1* members of the Business and Professional Women's club al thc meeting last evening enjoyed a wacle party at the Goff.Hotel. The only business transacted was the announcement of one name to be voted on at the next meeting for membership. ' • • * * Have Practice Drill. Members of the Royal Neighbors chapter practiced their drill work Willie B. Evnns; Ending, Gladys Crltchfleld, both of Halls, Tenn., Mcody. were married here yesterday by the A sh'tl UwJness session will fol- .H*v-'A. J. Hill. low thc program, - • . . " « • • . Donner-W*fner. Present Program MU * J W Wagner and Mr. Hen- In tho assembly program of the ry'Donner, both of Manila, gbliUn- clly high school todny for Vlslla- ed-a marriage. license .yesterday, lion Day, when parents wen: Invited ns hon-ccd guests, various ac ; McC«Jn.I|»Dt»r. tlvitlc.. were discussed in several- . A »""i«Bc license was Issued talks. Patrons are asked to visit yesterday to Miss Agnes Plltabeth tlv school today and Wednesday Hunter, of New Madrid, Mo., and fcr observntlon of the classes nnd Mr- E <l*'i» Hart McCain, of John- study periods and for a timltar as- : son City, Tenn. we:t Walnut street f-cmerly own?d liy Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Buchanan. Mrs. Welch Foster and her niece, Mits Mnrlha Reynolds', wwc called to Memphis this morning by the Chattanooga, Tenn., where he v,-as employed, i Mrs.'E. 0.' Patton and two sons, accompanied by Mrs. Paiton's sister, Mrs. Paul Neasc, of Memphis, are In Newport today. H. J. Slnibro of Jonesbpro, district manager of the Southwestern Bell Telephone company, attended to business here yesterday and today. He went to Walnut Ridge from this city. W. H. Bohannlng jr., returned tills morning from Rolln, Mo., where he was In Ihe eye hospital lor two weeks,. He. is now much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jhelton and daughter, Carolyn June, re- BEAUTY SHOP SPECIALS From Nov. Ifllh io Dec. 1st. FREDERICS VITA- TONIC 1'ERMANKNT tembly Prrgrnm. The program In full follows: welcome oddress, Crawford Greene; vocal solo, Ml«s Lillian Brlscoe; Talk of Girls'Club, Mist 1 Sunshine Acinnis; "The Junlpr Music Club," Miss Carolyn Hpll; "Tha Red Pepper Club." Miss Ruth Eleahcr Tucker; "The Boys • Club," Bud King; "The Demosthenes Club'," Wocdrow Fisher; "The Glrlt, Atlv- etlc Association," ' Martha Robin- ion. • • • Clrclfs Ifare ' Final Mreting*., Circles of the woman's missionary.'.society of (the. First Methodist cjiur'ph 4*ld trielr.misl meetings of the year yesterday 'when all business WHS fint.sheri.' The first group met with Mrs. J. D. Barksdale. The 12 members planned a rummage sale for Saturday and the devotional was given by Mrs. W. M. Taylor. Mrs. P. E. Cooley was hostess to circle 2 for a luncheon meeting attended by eight members and two guests, the Rev. nnd Mis. P. Q. Rorlc. The Rev. Mr. Rorle led flic devotional and reviewed the studs' book for the program. Thc third circle' was entertained by Mrs. F. D. Smith. Mrs. A. if. Butt conducted the devotional for the 12 members in attendance, reading from the 13th chapter of First Corinthians. Refreshments were served. Sixteen members of circle 4 had a luncheon nt the church with GilU-Humbln. ; • Miss Beatrice Humbles, of Oece- pla, and Mr. Earl GlUX'ot Luvoro, were issued a , marriage license Monday. » • • • Thorn (on-Mwiio. Miss Opal Martin and Mr. Arnold Thornton, both of Yarbro, obtained a marriage license here Sunday. Delicious refreshments were scrv- Mr. mid Mrs. J. E. Critz and ed. after the business meeting. children, accompanied by Miss Cora, Lee Coleman, spent Monday in Memphis. Mlm Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration agent, is at Etowah and Shady Bend today for meetings ol the Boys and Girls 4-H clubs. Mr. and Mrs. Black Fowlk, ot Cnnithersville, visited the Blythe- CARDWELL, Mo.-Fairy Bishop, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bishop, died Saturday of congestion at the home of hw parent) about five miles touthwest r.f here | Is' a rtoclor's Prescrlptim, Saturday. She was fourteen'year n.,'\J c ; -',,,,,! o{ age. Funeral service werq cor.- UGf '' tin(1 dueled Sunday afternoon at the family home, the Rev. Merflwether i ffficlating. The Antioch Quartett'3! for Entertain in Honor of Dr. Thomas F. Hudson I.UXORA, Ark.—Friday evening Mrs. Thos. F. Hudson and Mlfj Louise Hudson ontertnined with a bridge party specially complimenting Dr. HudKJi on his birthday. These enjoying ilielr hosplwlliy ville today. were: Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Tnomp- ! Harvey McCall, who was serious- ion, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wonder- j ly "injured In an automobile acci- j llch, Mr and Mrs. Jesse Brown.' dent several weeks ago, Is now much Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowen, Mr. and 'Improved. He will probably be Mrs. J. N. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. cv. i brought home from the Baptist hos- E. Driver, M:s<lames Elliott Will-! pltal at Memphis In two weoks. lams, Edward Sllllman, Sue Brown j Mrs. McCall, Mr. McCall'3 lather and Mr. Renkert Wettenkamp. At;and Howard Osborn spent Sunday Jhe conclusion if several interest- ;with him. ng game;, of bridge a delicious s*l- ] Mrs. C. V. Scbaugh, who read cpurf,? was served and prizes turned Saturday night from Iron- iwarded Mrs, G. E. Thompson and!ton, Mo., where she has been In trie Mr. .'. N. Hunt and the honorec|- i- —-——— *as presented wth a couple of gifts, CARD OF THANKS Flan The ten 'members of the Allar society of the church of the Im. m,aculat«:Qonceptloix who attended the meeting Monday afternoon . at the rectory discussed • the ruvjqli supper to be lield in connectloif with the annual bazaar Deceit-" ber 4. Finns were also announced (or the benefit bridge and, rook party Saturday afternoon at thc social li'nli, lo be sponsored by Mrs. ,W. M.'McKenzie Bnd Mrs. T/G. Seal. » t • To Attend Convention. Baptist, churches of this county will have several representatives, at the state Baptist convention meeting In Fort Smith this week. The Rev. Perry F. Webb, formerly pastor of the First Baptist churc'.T and now pastor of the First Church at Pine Bluff, Is to preach the annual sermon in the church founded by his father. Mrs. T. li. Haynes, accompanied j by thc Rev. C. E. Welch aiid Mrs. R. H. Jones of Osceoln, left Monday. Mrs. Hayiics Is to visit her one frcm thc hostesses and another frcm the gwsts Hospital Notes Joe Billy McHancy, city. Mrs. W. A. Hlllingsworlli, city,.were ' admitted to the Blythevllle hospital today. We desire to express our deepest appreciation and thanks to those who were so kind to us and assisted us in any way during the Inst illness of our dear husband 'and uncle, Mr. J. F. Winborn, also and tor tlici floral offerings. Mrs. J. F. Winborn, Miss Dixie Lockard. 18P-K19 With every Frederics Permanent—one hoi oil treatment. Shumpoo, linger wave and manicure alt for .25 Marcel, Shampoo and manicure alt for SI.50 Facial with blackhead pack and arcli, a!l for $2.00 line, cosmetics. of Marinello Mrs. McAdams' Beauty Shop Ingram J«dg. Phone 288 I'f IS ..THE UEM£1>Y f'fifi AJLKO IN TABLETS. "Even the satisfaction of a wonderfully cooked meal cannot console a ma?i for his wife's shiny nose—"' ). Says Mrs. Dougan. ARDEN'S Venetian T\oilct Preparations arc enthusiastically recommended by this prominent homc-mnkcr and .Domestic. Science exiwrt who is conducting tlie Courier News ^School a)l this week at the-City Hall Auditorium ; Its-a far ciy. back to days when women's cosmetics were crude substitutes. Elizabeth Arden products offer the.modem housewife ail the faciliti«s' v foi;.Jt)niiging out her naUmil beaiity'-and attractiveness. "'..'= '.;' ON SALE EXCLUSIVELY. AT Hall Sisters Shoppe Announces Its Annual Pre-Thanksgiving Sale -Beginning Tomorrow and Ending Nov. 27 DRESSES Phone-121-1S2 Wc'Dclivcr Visit Borum's FQuntain for Hot Chocolate, Sandwiches, Lunches and Cold Drinks . In Crepes, Velvets and Chiffons $35.75 to $37.75 for $29.75 $19.75 to $24.75 for $16.75 J29.75 to $32.75 for $22.75 $19.75 and $16.75 for $12.95 SPECIAL GROUP Values from Slfi.75 (o 535.75 for $9.93 COATS $89.75 for $69.75 $59.75 for:$39.75 $49.75 for; $32.75 , $29.75 for $19.75 $22.75 for $14.75 SPECIAL PRICES ON MILLINERY i One Group at One-Half Price ALL CMII.IWICN'S HATS AT SI Small boys' hills imd caps 50c and 75c. Closo Out Numbers in Purses $4 to $6.50 for $1,95 Boys & Girls Regulation SUITS $12.50 for $9.95 One group of Children's Coats and Dresses $6.95 for $3.75 Raincoats Specially Priced $2.95 to $7.95 f-n"aa»'j t •x^:jCi^--3ai Special Numbers In Hosiery $2.00 for $1.45 $1.50 for $1.25 Special Close Out In Ladies' Kiel GLOVES Broken Sizes S-I.OO and $5.50 for $2.50 < $3.00 for $1.95 i Perhaps Ramses II ate cakes like these "'T'lIE charming art of cake-baking proliubly originated willi th Jl Egyptians," says this ol<l cook hook called '"Thc'l'aiilhropliro;! o ilic History of Food. Gorgeously sweet and filled ivitli spices were tlics e r icsc . an e ivi spces were icsc fcgyptian cakes. Can t you imagine an old Egyptian cook puzzliiii; out the hieroglyphics winch meant Yum Yum Gems? And tlicn liunlmi' around for the spiciest spices, the svvuclcsl Jmiu-y ami a ilcliralcshurlciiiiiB? ^o hunting arouml for u (k-licatc shortening now— for your corner grocer has tnsco with its fresh, swuut (iavor scaled in au air-tiglit can— n fresher, sweeter flavor than yon ever imagined a shortening could have! A shortening, too, so fluffy you don't need to cream it. Think ol haw- much time that saves iu making cakes! YUM YUM GEMS }^ cup Crisco 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup £our milk 2 cups flour 1 teaspoon soda }a teasixxm salt 1 teas]x>on rinnnmon 1 leas[jooti rmtiix'j,' 1 tcaspooti ground cloves 1 cup raUind \*> cup walnut, meats, i nirncl Crisco an.l sugar. (Notice liow easily Crisra wraps ilsclf nroiind every titiy grain of sugar. Tliat'.i wliat makes a line texluri.il cake.) Ailil sour milk. Slir iii sifleil rlr.v inj;rc(lieiils ami add raisins nnH nuts. Pour into Crisrocil nip'i'ate'this'or ; parwr baking nips nnd liokc in inotk'rafe oven (aiO°-F.) Tor 15 or 20 minute-;' or until liniic. This rfrii« inakrj alinnt IS ervkcs. Ice with Hie fulknuv,;; itiug: Ifoil \y> ciijis of brown sugar and y a Icasiwoii salt ivilh \< t tup of water unlil it ipirii a tlircail (4;!-2' I-'.). I'mir }$ eup of this syrup over the sillily beaten wliitis of i egt;i. U'alriig svhileso doing. 1'nt llic remainrler of Ihe syrup hack on tlie fire anil Took until it fonus a. soft hall in colil water (438° K.). Add this syrup slguly to orijjirjal uibsturc aud heat until it's of llic consistency to spread. Try this one on your husband A cake like. this, flavored ivilh coffee and put together witk Crisco, whose own delicate, fresh flavor ullows Ihe taste of the codec to predominate, is truly a "man's cake." A MAN'S CAKE ' y> cnp Crisco 2>4 cups dour 1 cup sugar 2 teaspoons baking powder 2 cptjs, 5eparnkil \ f > It-asixwn ^nlt, 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup colJ strong colTcc iJt.cnp walnuls, cut up Put suqnr, CJTR yolks ,iml Crisco into mixing bowl together and blcnil in one OJWTO.- lirm. (This procedure k EICIV—and jra.ssiblc only bcvausc Criscu couiw to you alrcally rrc.imcil.) Then mid nllernak-ly thc sifted tlry ingrcuieiiEs and tlie cotrcc. Stir in i nuts anil flnvoriiig .Tint lastly fold in thc egfi wliitcs beaten slitT. Turn into (.'rtscocil | tube pan nnrl bake m moderate (.150° 1'.) ovrn for one hour. Cool and Ice with.:1 cuji broivn sugar,),{» cup granulated sugar, ^ tcasnoon salt cooked wiEli } /> cujv strong rofTcc until it spins a thread (232* K.). I'onr \^ of syrup siuwly over 2 egg whiles hcalcn sliET niul beat ns yon fwu'r. Cook remainder of Tsyrup lill it fortns ;i ?oft hall in cold ivalcr (2il3 3 I 1 '.) and add lo icing. Beat until it's of thc consistency lo spread. * * * And wlicit you liavrn'l lime In b.ikc mJ;<y al home il's nice lo knon* lh.it you can go ton nearby baker or grocer and buy delicious cakes ih'rWe with Crisco. Most good Inkers tin use Cri-:co, I've founil. Aiul when n baker i% so particular about this shoctciiing, lie's apt to use the very best of oilier ingredients. WINIFRED 3. CARTER ALLMl'ASplKMllXTS LKVKl.. llecii«s teslcil and"approved by Good Housekeeping Instilu'.e. CrLsco is the registered tr.idc-uuirk of a shortening manufactured by The IVocler & Gamble Co. Oiwc,r.*c.Cfl. Taste Crisco—then any other shortening. Crisco's sweet, fresh flavor will tell you why things made with Crisco taste so much better. nr.s BISCUITS COOKIES FRIED FOODA In ilx UCIF rtir/isr/if can—as fresh I, quit sired q< llic day il ira* i*a<tf

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