The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 2, 1930
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BLYTriEVlLLE. (AUK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, lOlio^' at ||r». : : j.. (3; Fatten fe entertaln- ' BfWg* : .c(ub.:' . ..... . S>c*;d -if .the- (Tun; nt,' TeaohtJ'.'sMCv;^- at' school at J:30. lsrr -'chapter/ meeting Hot*T N(?»le »t » b'clock. '' ' . ,. havtog-1% Luncheon club.' . . , ..;.: . - . : -. .;,,.-The' American- Legion Auxiliary Is 'me* Uag with MK. R.: N. Ware r by . bridge and foobk parly 'the- American -Legion auxiliary at the horae'pj Mr$, c.- R. Bibcock '' '- '''•'•'• : - is- the daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. Jfmei IiiWare, oS'El Paso.'--. Mr: Seinraeft •who.has''spent most oj Ms lite in' Mittissrfpi county, Kent'to Texas three months ago wh*rt-h«te connected with the Fabens Motor company. A member :of. a' prominent 5'iutherii family he IK the gre«t trandson of Admiral Raphael • Sonnies, of Civil War lame. -.'--.-: •'•'.•The bride arid bridegroom were guesti of. honor .at a' large dinner party given-by Mrs. Semmes' parents at their. El Paso tifcne when the marriage was announced. iv'oek.el Priqrtr Btfut.' .-•'- , i^The Great Love" was the theme taken up Monday af^ertbtm at the flftt of a seita of three prayer ser- vice^'rorKiuiteti;-by the womin's missionary union' of the.First Baptist '-: church ".Miscarrying out the week of prayer for foreign missions. The meeting was held at the church with:the circles meetingiseparate- ly. for brief business."sessions * fore'the union< gatiuripis, _- "fttrt J'. * yt.~ Bishop .iras leader" of the: program • 'and devotional w)(V the; members .readingi rwjionslveiy for.the scripture. * ' „ V.Mrs. -.C'.-.E. Wilson and .Mrs. O. B. Bedford sang . a I'cjuet;'* "Why Marlon Benda, above' who once at 2:30 o'clock',, . . Sf mnes-Ware ; •'- • • ^'Annuiricemeht ttagibeerj- ihaM tithe ; maniagei'df-- 1 Mfes : '- tJoWthy' .Ware, btED'Pa'EO and Fabens, Tex- ns.'to Mr..Spencer:6.. BlythevUle "nyA. Pabcns. .. The . wcd : ding was Bolmehlred November 10 a^ the home of the Rtv! H. M. Bar- t'n, of Las Cruces, Texas; who performed the "marriage ritual: The iriVrriige -'was kept a wcret until iwriil days ago. : Tie bride,- who was reared" In SI Paso; was- attending school at . Fabens- while making , her home was one of Broadway's glorified with' her sfcfov where ; Mr.' fend showgirls, Is a bareness now. .She : SemroM «r« now rtjsldlrig. 6be WM secretly married to Baron Mrs, L. E. O»y, recording secretary; Mrs. H. E. LaShot, treasurer;' Mr». 0. L. Ofrell,' local Ircasurer;. Mrs, Iverson Morrll, supsrintcrlent of.children; M». Louis Forbad superintendent of social service; Mrs. O. J. Rodgers, luptrlnwndenl of study; Mrs. W. 1 J. LsKoy, superintendent of publicity; Mrs. i}eo. hanks, superintendent ol suppUas; Irs. Bert Mayo, superintendent o{ ocal work; Mrs. 'A. L. Keagah, Voice" agent. The 21 members present heard rs. G. A. Elfrank read and com- nent v\vm Ihe 128 Psalm for the evotlonal with Mrs. B. 12. UHllot eadlug in prayer. • • *.' • i tea live Beard Meeliu At the meeting of the execuUve ward of tile-V(*mia'6 auxiliary In he FiTEt Presbyterian church Monday afternoon, at. Ihe churuh, Ire IB officers, circle, chairmen and BUSC secretaries heard reports and discussed future activities. The Christmas program and the bO!L-tor the Vera Lloyd Orphanage it Monllcello were planned for by entatlve arrangements lupprecht von Boeckln, nephew of a.wealthy coal.operator, and the couple have sailed to make their icme to Germany. Of! stoge, under ler own name of Marlon Wilson he 24-year-old beauty was prom- nent In society. '. ... Mrs, l^uls- (3reene nlni'at" tlic Boruni hdnie for the last meeting of-, the calendar year. Plans ware formulated for "ad opting" a family, permanently. Thl$ worthy needy .widow nrid her chil dien are to be cared for by thi group which will visit In Uic homes and bid in making their lives hap p'w." A t'peclal treat will be. pre pared for them at Christinas. It was voted to accept reports o olflcers and .chairmen and to lem p:rnrily suspend' other activities. Reports were also giv.:n c'f th Thanksgiving bos taken .to a need family and for gifts of tb£ clius I' the Verfi Lloyd. Orplianaje bo The If. members and "one Mrs. MarsSi . M. Callaway, wer .served a. salad course with hct te by. the hostesses assisted by thel mother, Mrs. Mary Greene, <m Mls'j Mary Elizabeth Bor'um."'. ^'- ' » • • - Should He Love Me So$" Prayers, by Mrs. J.H4 Smart, Mrs. E. E Alexander, and: the leader preceded the :oif -a poem-"The Love of Jesus Christ" by Mrs. R..L. Heeder. • •'." . ... -...» . ' •.. -Talks by lire: .U. W.' ; MuUlns'.on "God's Love" and,Mrs. .Marion Williams on'"Loire,.for. .Fellow .Man" featured" the'prQJjrarn. Letter's were' also read by Mrs. If. L! Chambers and. Mrs.. K. E.- Alexander from foreign missionaries. A prayer by Mrs. T. H. Haynes closed the meeting.; '•.- '-'• -' •:-'" ':- .' • Urn Dittnrr Meeting.' -^ • Members of ihe Business Professional Women's club and hiid their : usual monthly business meet- Ing and .dinner at the Goff Hotel Monday evenin'g. • = • . ^liss Lois Davis, of" the'general office,' : Arkansas-Missouri Power company, was. voted a new member •Plans were made''for-' the «nnua: Christmas ,party when eacli mcm- .i,- ™*h, ^,,, tlie. exchanging of gifts. CShoose For Comfprt They'll Bring Gifls Welcome In Any-Fdmily i • - <> - J \EA Service Writer KEW YORK—The , my • first ChrLlmas gifts—those ' ; -that the ,Wlic N<;h bi-oUght—were" ptucc ] gifts. .;,-"' This Christmas it might ]K a good Idea for you to giye/romfpu jltts tiiat mean peace.. ['Peaicc to those tlirst gtt them-J?eV:nu»a:tliny make them cozy;' peace ''to v ' the family because each .meipbcr' is hapiiy. ' .'.'. ' ' / •'/•; There are Innumerable 'cohifcrt gills for the young woman o! today. fhe Is Inclined-torilkD lulld Membtn St*. Members of the St. Stephen episcopal Guild sewed for the doll bazaar in a meeting yesterday af- ernoon with Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. This sale will be held December 13. The hostess served dainty Bits of News Mostly Personal breakfast In bed, there Is all of Ihe paraphernalia such ts break- 1 last tiay. with individual tel ofj ay china, single vase' -Sower, musing books a,nd individual eltc- rlc cogking eqiilppitnt. -. If , 'she tads Irt bed' 1 there are "new. warm, ooly crocheted and. knitted b:d ackets this .year, » JUj. JuiTX trlin.^ ''' Clotiiis .. All kinds of. extra bltf . of lovdy Ingerle come ' In this . group, ' alw a chaise Iqunge, a 'bedside lamp, cudolr pillows, & basket -'weave The , (narrlftep o.f^Mlss Ann Sauer aiid Mr. WoodYow Scili'uh!, >cth of Hickman, took place. In' -th 1 city yesterday with. Justice E. D Walker performing the ceremony • ^ * * * Christian Ch'brcn to jvc FHniier Mntlng Members cf th : 3 First Ch'rlstln church will have. a' dinner .cohgre galional meeting Friday evening a the Ecctal' hall as a final Locial ga tlicrlng in 1930, Tli'c Rev. 'E.' K.;Lallm6r, pjislor, planning a program of music and other entertainment and women of Uie church will scrv.s the dinner menu. . : ... • • * . Officers Are Named for First >L E. Chureli Society Mrs- . W. I. Denton wrts reflected president of tlw woman's missionary occlety of the First Mdlhodlst church for 1D31 In a meeting yesterday afternoon at the church. Other cfficsrs named wora; Mrs. J. E. Crlti, vice president; Mrs. Her . man Cross, corresponding secrcr 8 m ° Wlt " '«r Mrs. M. JonlzT "cording ' W. B. Tanner lias returned from Helena where he attended the wedding of Ills' niece, . Ml&s Maynie Denning, and Mr. Edward King. Miss Frances ahults'ipent Sunday in Memphis with relatives. Mrs. Louise Stracke, Misses Er- oesllne Holland and Edna Qarrett motored to Jonesboro Sunday night. H. G. Wlckham is attending to business In Dyersburg today. Miss Clara Ruble has relumed from Marvel!, Art., v.'Jtsre she vtst ited her parents for seveal days. .' Miss Molt Womack.has returned - her home In Montgonvjiy, Ala., after several days virlt with her sister, Mrs. O. P. Mess, and Mr Mess.- •-. •'-.- ' : Misr. Cora Lee Coleman and Mrs. George Larige are in Oso:ola today attending a meeting of the Women's Progressive club. . • Mr. and'Mrs. J. Louis Cherry w-ll have as th:Ir guests the last of week Mrs. Cherry's sister, Mrs, Os Tear Trice,; and' daughter, Elllcc, o moved from Earle, Ark., to Luxon and are now occupying tlia 'Jis::< Davis home. '. - -'s; a; Mr. and Mrs. Weather's'and cn';)i:: dren of Manila were Luxori visi-.* tors Friday. ' "!"'• • Mrs. S. V. Frazier and c!l!'<li<>H of Osceola spent Friday in LUTCTJ.- • Miss Evelyn -Martin spsiit luu- weekend in Caruthersvlllc, Mi. „ ,; Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Th'.veat a'ii'J,.. children were Blythevllls vhltte Sunday. Ccmfort-gifts that ; bring peace to mioht Include: (i).a modernistic clock for Father, or an electric, one; (2)i .plenty .or patches for the youns man of the family, colorful one riding along in a holder .with an old print tor decoration; (3) a new warm gold-yellow woolen '. Jacket with white marl- boi\ trim, for'the young woman addicted to reading in bed; (I) colorful printed sheets and pillow cases ; (5) new. lounging pajamas for a man, of beige and wine striped flannel, with wine(6) a "truth" mirror, excellent for him-who-shaves or .her gorgeous colcr, with black smoking- outfit atop it, for the collegiate voolcn tfaow or Afghan,', day apparel such 'i$ a rtew .colorful aincoat, with cape cpllar'/wiiijlim- ircllo to match;, toe rubbers .U\ a ass to carry in . a,, purse,; ^sjorls raits''' a*new supply of liindker-' Colored'sattrj trim, including .belt; (6) a "truth" mirror, excellent for hlm-who-shaves or Jier-who-makes- chlefs,' stockings, and -'a.'.italr of! up; (7) modernistic end .table, in gorgcou, hq new. angora breech'ettes to j • wear (mder -htr^ frocks;-'"ori.'.coid days, -..- -• ij-•;.-.;;!!./' Mother, aunt or "the wife" may welcome some of the new'colored sheets and plllijw cases'.-th lit .'now- come In figured .designs, 1 in-'sets. The quaint "hug-mc-tlg'hi''':;ls In style again, ai are warm' bedroom slippers. She may'; iikf-a'/jsmarl cut fit of lounging pajamas which the might never think/- bt; buying Driver Grove Mr. and Mrs. Herman Helena; Ark., were the guests "of.' Mr. and Mrs. Ben Knight las: w«k ; end. '.j.i.: Messrs. Zeb and John Henry GBinei: of R<jece si«nl last wecK 1 vith Mr. Gil/ford Gaincs. :;;:' Mrs. Bertha Brock returned hoinr Friday after a visit with her daughter in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lucius wefJ the 'guests of Mr. and Mr;. Law rcnce Lucius Saturday. Charles Springer Chales Bigrnm,. Troy Bigham, Henry Gainss and Williams Billings were gueits of,Shanon and Noland Lahjley Fri day night. •'• Thomas Gaines of Recco spcn^ Saturday nigl-jt with his brotliec"; Clifford Gaines. ' • ' • J i Edith Hall is improving after several days illness. : L srtSr r .i^i>;.;* has- pil -while for sock or two; a" .. lows to ftt .behind her ---. r ..i. reading; an : arm. lablo fpt ;tte-easy chair to facilitate letUring-\yrl.llriS: contain; •• or .readihg; aA'£*^ c t r ' c - waflls iron,. percolator, .-'tbasler- or! teakettle; a c«se-6r v^-'-'"^" 1 of'.'good :'scissors; /some ' rt, to.'-.the- cj oiil" lighter 'or other automobile equipment, including robe and cushion. If a child really lacks comforts, it Is fitting to give him things to v.ipr. But,, after 'all, children choiild have 'th?se : - things' by right of living: Kjiservi' for them 'the prettiest, the' amusing, games, the joy of Christ mae". " It .other nifm- bcrs of the. family", 'are comfortable ana at., surely the children ' ' ' ' • . ., <lloit!d be'/njade Sociijty-^Personal m'ay.'-- ! liavis : . aprons.'.-- .. ' Helena. They will arrive Thurs day. W. E. Richmond of Memphis owner of the W. E. Richmond Cotton company with offices nl Mem- 'phls, Jonesboro and Blylheville, Is attending to business here today, - J. S.'Dillahunty of Osccola, county tax) assessor-elect, is artending to business here today. ' Fred . Fleeman . went to Little ock today on business. He plans i return tomorrow. x J. M. Spec, of Frenchman Bayou ttended to business here today. The .Rev. R. E. L. Bearden. of rkadclphia and formerly pastor of 10 First Methodist church here, sited friends In the city today. He at Leachvilk for a short stay ith his son, John Bearden. Ben Jarvls of. Beebc, Ark., is a uslness visitor in Dlytheville to- ay. ' ) rety Mrs Frcfl waT . rOTp .Jliss Mbtt Womack of Montgomery, Ala., houseguest of her sister, Mrs. 9. p. Moss, and Mr Moss for the holidays, was the gijest-of honor ;at a bridge party given at'the home'of Mr. and Mrs. H; A. Smith Saturday evening by the Mid-Week Bridge club. Dr. M. O. Usrey won the high Ecorc, prize in the. bridge eames played Ay the. 1C guests and Miss Womack was also presented n gift '"•"-"- - refreshmenU were ''Delicious served. . •TT-l, • • **••••• ent of study; Mrs. W. C. Hlggiiison. superintendent cf supplies; Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, suiKrrntcnd^nt of chil circn; Mrs. E- D. Gillen, superintendent of social scrrice. Much tlxmgbt was given to the social service program for nexl jvKir which includes both home and fcrelgn mission work. . Reports of this year's activities showed that much had been accomplished in every phase of the group's program and renewod plans -were formulated for continuing. .Mrs. V*il Is Given Tarty. • Mrs. S. E. Vail of Hot Sprint. . , Missionary society! who spent the holidays with friends • j Christian church was [-and relatives in fcr former home .ained by Mrs- W. W. Shaver | city, -was the honored guest at a '"''t• ;•; J- my Monda y af- party Saturday afternoon given by i nr tVio T-*ir»..- i. - i.. ,, Mrs. Leslie Hooper, Mrs. C. M. Gray and-Mrs. "Roy Walton at the Wai- tons' suburban home. The "guest ist of W was limited TO th emost inlimnt" friends o Mrs. Vail. Domir.oes afforded en r the afternoon aru 'i, at the Terry ho.nw with a busiiiess session preceding "the pro- gram. ..; •;'.. The one day" district conference at Jonesboro D.Tcember 12 was d^ A number :plan to attend will Ecn ' wl ' The reading..contest, conducted! « , for.sevcral months by the librarian. ... „ ., ., , Mrs. J. D. Smith, closed. Mrs j' Altar Society JkcK C.-'.Elis received a boudoir, pillow! e u mcmt "i> of the altar sa fcr. reading the most books. cicty ot -the Church of the Im Krs. A. M. Washbunr was !>ad- erlrt the program which'portrayed maculate Conception at the meel ing Monday afternoon at the rcc lhe'. : :?)irit of the Yuletide with tor l' marked goods to be folrl a Mrs. CJordrn Evrard and Mrs.. W. T.'i Barnett irraking talks. .Mrs. George W. Barhnro read a ro?m "Fiace-.On Earth" and Mrs', a. K. LattiiiJr led an inlercstiiig worship ' Thursday afternoon an evc ning at the social hall. crs Klerltrl for Slrtet W. M. Society, i airs. C. A. EUrank was reeled chicken cd president of the woman's nils [sionary society o[ the Lake atvcj; Methodist chiii-ch in a niecting yes ttrday aiternocn l;elcl at her horn 'pwBHaCm Sunday <,ch 1 cla Other cfliccu ais: Mrs. A. L. H»» cf HJ*^PWst' PreWyieilHTr chmx*3 gBn \ILC "pvtsMriH 1 Mrs 'H met wHh «rs. Edgar Bcrum andjWcidman comLtponuins 'tecrctary .. . , The .hostesses f erred r.a'ridwkrics and coffee. ' '*"- : -'- ; : ' • • . insteacl-''6f tornidci'lng a lounging robe,^.go in-; for loung- Jng pajamas. Those lor men. with tfie Jacket slightly : long er than sleeping pajamas, . arc ' belled and come In- dark' Bilks, In brocades, in flomiel'ar.d' even fn 'gay linens ind cottons for ; wear ' In wapn tiouses. - Tlity are. incline il to., be : plPlfled, or 'made cf two tone^ of pl&in material. 'liwi Then' there are-'glezed kta hrfdife slippers' .'sets .of -n'c\v. suspenders *\ •,•-:.'•* I ' "iti\. .' ''*!•_ «» f>VmA Wilson "• Society—Personal Tliere'te a'new shaving mirror'tiiat Mr. and Mrs. Mnrvin Clayton nd clilldreu, Bobty and Billie, ar- iTCd Wednesday night to spend h.3 week end- with Mr. and Mrs. J. t. Clayton and family. L'rvry. Pace and Miss Cassie 'layton spent Thursday in Memphis. A large.. crowd attendee! tlie dance ;at Ihe Club Hour.3 Wednesday evening. The dauce was i sored by Mrs J. A. Merrill. i ma ± Stanley Rice spent ThanksgivingLgrtyTs^jVra hi-i\. man's room in Memphla wlth^ his sister. , He m fgtit')lke' a. mod'ernislic couc hns an .electric light In It for per- Iccl illiiminatibi'i.' '• ' ' . A modernistlo clock or or.e o! Hie new and reliable-ufcctvic clocks would be welcomed, -as would .a steamer- rug; new. "luggage, especially a fine Qladstone, a \ilece men always like; i..good reading lamp; tin easy chair;' subscriptions to his favorite magazines; bcautl fully mqnogranirned liahdker chiefs; a'i'.new pair of fur-llnei gloves for ".driving;- u 'warm-'scar and mittens for siating; and an electric stove 'for' tH6se days'whei the, wintry'winds 1 'can't be. beatei by-the furnace. ' '..' •'.' Fcr the Youns Man The young man ntout town, _ i college or'just'out ..of. it and nc'wl married,, likes comfort gifts ito'cf There are many modernistic en tables; easy chairs; Hassocks Emoklng outfits ?.ich as ne?ls o a^h trai-s, .boxes of .colojcd .ma.tcli cs; cartq'ris.'of ttgarittes/ov. n r^ pipe '.-arid -tobacco' j^ubh.-. -- . •-,'; Electric: . orange V: sQueezers : .oV}' '"- ] cocktail-'stiakers: are on the miftkc and so" are small electric; stoves* r'o rsville, Mo., is visiting her daugh- er, Mrs. J. S. Martin. Misses Erline nnd Omar Willl- ams were Blytheville visitors Friday. O. B. Winston of Memphis was a Luxora visitor Saturday. Miss Mary Jane Woodson of Os- ceola- spent last week-end with her sifter, Mrs. Stanley McRae. Mrs.' Ed Cooke of Manila was the guest of Miss Margaret Moffit Sat, urday. Miss Etsher Whitney was a Biy. theville visitor Sunday. : M. Bernstein and family Jiav Christmas Sale» of Permanenls •;; Begins Dec. 3 Ends Dec. 13 B Regular 510 Permanent for' $6.50 MRS. McADAMS .BEAUTY SHOP '., Ingram Bldg. -. Phon: "S3.- Mr. and-Mrs..E L. Tlllman.., as their, guests;,Thursday,- Mr. and and Mr. A. Haraham of TcmalS re, J. W. galley L c»;.. r . - . , Miv; Marrjaret Momrhitt, who is caching iv:;ressi^i-in the Lexing. on, -Tenn., Echcol was home for he Thanksgiving holidays. Miss Evelyn Martin .entertaine. crowd cf. younu people with, a .ance at her. .home Thursday night .Miss Mattie Tillr'.ian was guest- '. ' Mis:i Opal Robinson Xc'und. Lake,: Wednesday. Mrs. H. C..D?vidsou and duugh- Wiliori were, the guests of Mrs. Bob Gillesple. Friday. .Misses. Margaret and Mildnxl Richards ipint Tl>anksgivine with Miss Cleo Gozn in Manila. Mrs. Bettye Renfro Epcnt the pnst week with relatives in DlythevH'e: Mesdames E. A. ^^of'ftt and Richard Reverie 'and Miss Margaret Moffitt were Manila visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mra William Wunderlick and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Volimei'' of Blytheville spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Martin.had as their guests Thanksgiving Dry, Mr. and Mrs. B.'G. Lurripkins.of 'Wnlnyl- Ridge. Ark.,, and .Miss Catherine : Atkins of, Caruthercville '. Clarence Butler' cf Caruthersvlllc was Die guest of Miss Eltnbv Sheaf, Thursday. . . • '.:i>||! Lawrence and Frank .Yr.ics and French-fl-ied potatoei -B- - . •. , v L" — as quick as broiling n xfeak ; .. . is a large sa,.. • • deep-frying ^basket (or strainer) and a'3-lb. can of Cfisco. ' '.-„•.' Fill the saucepan a little more lliau lialf full of Criico. (Don't be afraid tc-usc. enough i —you can use CrUco over and over agaiu.) Heat Crisco to 400° F. (a small-cube of bre.iil will brown in it in 20 seconds). Never wait for Crisco to smoke— Crisco iaenn'l smote -at proper frying Icmperalun As soon as the Crisco is hot-enough, put in tlic fcod to be fried. Crisco, a delicate, sweet- tasting fal, quickly wraps around- foods a delicate crisp brown cojfT—and leaves kitchens Fresh and smoke-free. the'guests of Misses Mildred Scotl, Ruby Brantley, Pauline fsaton'and Loiiiso^ Turner, Thursday. Mrs.'C. C. Lumpklns of Caruth- bool: en.cjs: .an ornamental rea lamp; 'a'vtrioftehi desk and cl huntih J. V' Jirnml* Qwaltnry chair; . hunday at- was a Wilson -visitor ternopn. A large .crowd attended the football gome Thursday afternoon between- Osoeola and WlUon The wai a. tie. ' Miss. Juanita Greer is fpcnditi? the w«k end here with friend?. Tommy- Fletcher spent Thur:Jay in Blylheville. Mr. J.. C. Porlis of Lcpanio was a visitor here Thursday. Hospital Notes Patients admitted to ihe Blytiir- vllle hospital:. MLis Hattie Fay Muse, Senath, Mo. and Mr.. Ben Huffman. Bra«gHdccic, Mo. c * Mtferrcn. a - colored.' portable typewriter; ''il ThnrrHav nt^ • .. - ' - : L'. ... . - .t-\ fhe new Italian penal cjtlc vo- .,. <tores capital punishment for hs- ' : iclde asMor various tenses. .TiM death pen been applied 1» Italy sine; and in IWO'tt was abolished. mcnt for hsir.- H js i)l!itic>! r:_ I. wiwlly lu'o n •; I ..«.. _ ...' . _ . V. up nose; .also melt in hot ;watei\and ir>v ; hale vapors. ^ ; - \/mi^ W VAPORUS Visit This Shop on Wednesday ; anil you will-ba«givcii, ai-complimoutiiry mari^ : icure wrtlv each $1.50 Facial 'SPECIAL'SCALP. TREATMENTS GENUINE' 'EUGENE PERMANENT WAVE JUNIOR .-PERMANENT WAVE Pliouc for"fln iippuiiil- ineiit. Elois Beauty Shoppe Borum'a E.ilcony 1'hulic ** TOicn the fowl is cookcrl, lift it from Ilie fat. !Io!J tho basket over the kctllc lo <lraiu fat'from the CrxKt. Finish draining v on al>- sorbcnt pa])er, pag>cr towel or pa[>cr na[)kin. Now strain Crisco Kir-k into tlie can Uiroiigh cliccseclotli or .1 very line sieve, to remove any possible Ixmicif particles. You i-ati use Crisco over and over fur rmvtlnug you want to fry—Crisco doesn't carry the taste of oiic food to another. CQOKING SCHOOL NOTE by. Mrs. Myra Oliver Dougaii*?| In the cooking .school I conducted under the auspices of tlic Courier News recently, I stressed modern'methods of cooking. Naturally, then, I use and recommend CRISCO—for it's \ a modern shortening. —Mrs. Jlyra Oliver Dougen.

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