The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1930 · Page 2
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••:•:':• : 'T VIU/R, '(ARK.) COURIER NKWS FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1930 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Clmb V-flttlMM. of. the high school * sen club, elected at a meeting {• nlgh't at the home of Miss Ktrthk Robinson, are: Miss Kalh. Denton, president; Miss Car- W. J. Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. Gccige j W. Barham, Misses Uina B. Wilhelm, Mary Cuininlngs, Virginia Iloiirland, Virginia Terry, Maurlne Branson. Marion Cooley, Thelnni ! Attractive Variety, in Menus «jrn Hall, vice president;. Miss: worlhlngUm, Helen Barnes, Marloi Is Now Easy of Attainment The lack ot vor!.;ty In modern Tbelma Wjortolngton, secretary; j Burns, Ruth Butt, Martlia Robin-! American home menus, has lone '"• ttas; Dorothea -Roscrs,.treasurer,, ;son, Margaret Mllncr, Kalhrym] constituted one indictment aealn.it the table slic sets. Some of the simplest, hcii:l!cst iWms can be made Into delicacies worthy of the hostesses,-'Mlsr.js'Ruth El ; . Demon, Mary Ellen Stevens, Mil- jtlic American housewife which they nvs! finely npjwlntcd table, If prop- ttnot Tucker and Martha Robin- dred Judd, Evelyn Davis, Lillian ! can offer little, If any rebuttal. For Oi fsen'-td;-delicious refreshments. Briscot, Charlino Robinson, Mar-;many yenrs. Inaccessibility of the '.'.".; ': "•"••'• Jcrle Martin, Mamie Edwards, Kltiy i American housewife to recipes and Clik Entertained : Bell and Ina Mae Newman, Helen'! Ingredients of • new and original Mrs. J. Ne«l-Gssell entertained' Orimes, Lorna Wilson, Virginia .dishes, furnished her with a safe Mesdames T. G. Seal, Tom Seal Huffman, Peggy McKeel, and Cur- , rejoinder to any charges within Simpson, Charles Wylle and W. H. Us Mccarty, Norfleet Mtirtocka, l(h!i. Hi:,?, aiut In many an Ame,rl- Minyard yesterday afternoon when, Walter Logan, Woodrow Fisher, i can home, for many years one •he *lio had the young Matrons j Verdic Gill, Philip Eastcy. Rondo'.' could guess with a surety, what Bridge club numbers. . ;cats ,on :the tallies, candy ' Earl Roderick. 6w« ; and Decorations made cffecl-! * '-in 1 erly prepared." ; Stephens, Lester Gill, T. E. King, i Wednesday night dinner would \ consist of, and just how the Sun• day leftovers would be served on i Monday. With the remarkable de- v ~»pp«ilzmg': plate lunch of-Hal- A typical Hallowe'en luncheon j vclopmcnl of. transportation facll-1 appetite and general health of the lowe'en -.fruit salad^ french. Jellies, • was enjoyed by members of the : Hies and tho super iclentific devel- i household circle. oBves,''candies and'/colfee. : i Mid week club Thursday with Mrs. iapincnt of canning and packing •••— - -• J'Mrs. "Cra'wiOTd .'Greene won ho3-j B. A. Lynch as hostess- An import- j fcoil products, she is able today to . lip' for'club high and bath ppv.-; ,cd lace clcth, in shades of gold, was Idrav: from her grocery shelves rus- der, guest prize, went to Mrs. W. It j the background for a Jack O'- j s |;i n cavler, swiss cheese, frcnch : the places. Minyard. Jewish Ladles Aid Flans Benefit Party Thirty members 'of Ladies Aid Society from J£2£i!a a::d Blytheville, attended I hosiery, tfi'e meeting here Thursday eve 1 1 Xiing at the horns of Mrs. Carrie ; Nelson-Tucker Lantern, made from ,a pumpkin, idreislngs, English sauces, Mexican anked with orange tapers and the ! chili, und lisu famous food products Uiual Hallowe'en figures adorned • of the four corners of the nation, ! as well as Imported delicacies. the Jewiili! In the afternoon of bridge, Mrs. The rapidity , i Harry W. Haines won the prize, Sttrnberg and Mrs. C. E. Coulter. A marriage license was Issiwd to- Bits of N Mostly Personal which these items were made available to her was not matched with corresponding information as to their proper use and serving. Many ft hoiuo- wife IE forced to pass by with hungry eyes, items on her grocery shelves, which she would like to serve but would not know how to prepare. Will Tell of New Dishes Ccojdng schools conducted by trained lecturers with a wealth of scientific them for The principal discussion was of • day to Miss Ethel Tucker and Mr. toe. benefit bridge party to be Blven ; Thomas Ncls:n, bo.ilx. of Hayti, Mo. Wednesday evening at the home of I Ccnlcy-Gallop • • : ' Mrs- Jos Isaacs. There will be ! Mt:s Armontyne Gallop and Mr. prizes for every table and lor ! Wllburn Conley, both of here, ob- th-,te who do not care to play j lalned a man-lace license today. bridge there will -be other games j arranged. ' . • . : - • ,It was voted to send a, crate of i eggs annually to the B'Nai B'iUthi borne in Memphis.. • ; ' For the program Miss Virginia Nichols, of Osceola, danced .and. readings .were given by Miss Rose • Butenste'in of Osceols. and Mrs.; ifi|x..Meyers. . . •' - • j /Tea- and cake refreshed those ; present' .: Weinbjrg; mother, Miss, Ruberisteln — » — „ ..... , ----- , Pncp Mrs wniiflm isiirhnu • niiri i Mr. and Mrs. A. B.. Fairncld ar- i practical — ..... 0 ------- — ----- daWhters Misses Freda and Vir-lrlVKl home last nlghl.from a week's lectures at the city auditorium for in i£3a!jta S Goldberg Mrs L. ! rlsll In Little Rock. ' j U.o women readers of the Courier | four weeks' salary. The bays know """" background preparing [he intimate acquaintanceship with the details of list- Ing a balanced menu, and the prop- 'cr methods of preparation of sav- inry dishes nnd utilization of ma- i tcrlals that might othcnvlto be wasted, eliminates the last, alibi of , Mr. and Mrs. A. B; Fnlrfleld have I ii lc American housewife to K. Harwarg, all of • Osceola; Mrs.! Mrs. Walker H. 'Baker has fir- Max Barowtky and Miss Frances : : rived home from a motor trip' to Fendler, of Manila. The next meeting .will be in Os- ccqla with Mrs. L. K. Harwirg and Rose .Goldberg • 03 hostesses on . November 9. i Chicago, having accompanied Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Fall-field. News, Is one of UK staunchesl ad- vacates of the varied diet. "With the wealth or recipes available from most famous chefs Miss Belle Whltsitt has as h;c of the world, any woman aspirins guesls today her sister, Mrs. Jack to better cooking results, can GearoM, and Mrs. flunnell, of Par- Ishorlly achieve her aim," declares rs - Dougan. "recullarly enough, some of the Mrs. L. H. IFoley, of Chicago, ha KochtitiXy when she entertained I Texas, where they spent s Ambers of the Thursday Lunch- | niont-hs. Mr. Curlin, who b •on club. f After enjoying a delicious two ssvera! i'-ential knowledge In preparation, bccanie which-must he carried out to the ill while on 10s vacation there, is most minute detail, 11 proper re- course rranii at a prettily dccoral- ) M r . now greatly improved. ed table with autumn flowers as the centerpiece, bridge was played. ^Irs. Russell Phillips won the prize, a wall v»Ee. ' • " • Mrs. Everett -D. Gee and Russell .Phillips are in'Mem- phis today. Milts are to be obtained. These r:- ciues represent the ultimate find- Ings o( i men ration of men and wo- • v.2 devoted their every Visitor Honored .* Miss Berta Fant o[ Clarksdale, Miss., who has been the houseguesl of Mrs. R. N. Ware jr., for a week, •fras glven : a buffet supper and bridge party Wednesday evening fcy her hostess. • J.The 12 ladies were served a delicious buffet supper at small tables gay with autumn flowers In shades of th° rainbow. , Hosiery went to Miss Frances Parker for high score and the hon- bree's remembrance was a deck of Sards : * • * t Women to Make Christmas Gifts. • There are 23 members ot the County Council. for Farm Women Expected to attend the all day meet- tig at the;Woman's club Saturday when members of Ihe Perry Wo- r^ian's club will • be hostesses for a Sam McKcnzic, son cf Mr. and.effort KJ. : . . achieving perfection Mrs. W. M. McKenzIc, Is improving after tcveral days llto?ss. Holston Robiiuion • has 'returned In With proiwr knowledge, it is not estentlal that the American house- to Little Rock after visiting hisUvifo double her weekly expenditure parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rob- \ for food materials In order to more I than double the attractiveness of Inson. Mrs. Clyde Robinson Is spending j Sli?5l and f> Miss Ethel Emerson has returned to her home in Hcrnando, Miss., after spending several days with her sister, Mrs. J. T. Hall, «nd family. Lloyd V. Wise was a business visitor In Paragould the first of the week. Mrs. Carl Merck has returned to her'home in Paragould after a visit with 'her daughter, Mrs. R. J M, and .Mrs. W. S. Jimmic Thompson jr., of Memphis, is visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs. J. C Noah have gone to Clarksdale, Miss., for it visit. Mr. Noah will return In a few days while Mrs. Nonh Plans to T. G. Seal is transacting business in Chicago for several days. J. E. Crltz, county agricultural oldest woman, baked sonic of the MsS™VtY"cZc« hoW '\1.s' "Ecnt, Is conducting a Boys 4-H ! pics citcn at her 100th birthday a* » ™' ±™Y ££J i™, of I"«!) meeting at Lone Oak today. , n'.versnry dinner. spaghetti! dinner. • The mailing of Inexpen and Mrs. George Miller, o: Pine Bluff, accompanied her home; for'» biief stay. Christmas gifts will be the feature ! attraction for the officers ol the Carious 'Women's clubs throughout the county. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent, will sponsor the work. Whitton School Has P. T. A. Formed. lel - 8 nephew, Louis Ullensteln, anrt ; P rf also rri^ visit Adolph Weinbcrg, in Osceola. and " llml , , . will go to Memphis and St. Louis : 'loni Love, of Joncsboro is ln:is- B . . * . ... . -. antitirr l\l>clllp^^ in Tlln rltV Tr^'iv *. Severity'-fi've adulls attended the Ohio, accompanied by tl'.cir host befcre returning to their casi.?ru home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kimmrd and Frank Gallagher, of Cleveland. ineeting at the Whitton school; in the southern part of Mississippi county.- Thursday evening when a Parent-Teacher association was formed. These officers were ?kcted: Mrs. F.'B..Dean, president; Miss lAHiisc Coleman, vice president; fars. P. L. Nicholson, secretary; L. P. Nicholson, treasurer. " The group, which plans to meet the third Thursday night oi each month and hostess, Mr., arid Mrs J. T. >_"_ Mcorc,- of ParagtmUt, sront WeJ- nesdfty here. : ' ' The Rev. E. K. Lalimer, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, Mrs John C. McIIancy jr.. anrt Mirs Gladys Bar- haul,. who have been in Washing' acting business In the city Have you a wife or a husband you ] want to get rid of? Take 'cm to j "Sweethearts For Sale" and let V:u I laughing.—Adv. . lon..D. C.. a alcnding world convention. cf the Christian! church, will arrive licir.c Saturday j completed the presentation of fat Ball Game" given by students & the elementary department. i Benjamin Harton, superintendent. presided in the business session --t^ T ±n?v* 1 lwson, conty supsrinten- and Mrs C- A, Cunnin?h?.:n was a ir.uiness visitor in Paragould. Jcnesboro. Trumann and Marked Tree Wednesday. Robert E. Lee King returned last ntjht from a three wceiw stay In Pace. Miss., ana Monroe. La. Mrs. return for several mere weeks. Mrs. W. O. Reynolds r-f RuiseM- ville, Ark., and Mr. ami Mrs. Wade ,3 I . Byron Bartho!rmc»- jr.. of Mcm- •iphis, is spending to:hy \vif.i his ,— o those from this city v:hs ' j cll; =ha Jtbbs '4-.it; tl^TcaF'^he'n '. ,4« in-Memphis today for Betij the catchrs her dear Dean ittoai Oreet's presentation of the famous Stekopearean play "Hamlet," are i sy-wcpsylng" at "Sv.;?-hcarts For Sale." A word to the wise.—Adv. SAME PRICE ferovtr AQ years FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Variety an Aid to Health Mrs, DoiiiM), who has carrioJ her practical message of the pro- i cooking ct foods to hundreds of thousands of women in America during the past few years, will present to the Blylheville during her school, a comprehensive method of outlining varied and balanced menus for the Fancy California Attendance at the cooking school ; is absolutely Irce and without obligation, and judging schools in ether cities, ord may be anticipated in attend-' the forthcoming Courier News school, which will be held at 2:30 each afternoon In the city a-- dltorium from November 18 to 21. Guaranteed Parent-Teacher Association Play Hilarious Coniedyj "Sweethearts for Sale," the home talent play to be presented at the nnd Thursday, Octobsr 29 and 30, under the auspices of the Central three college boys who have started No. 2 Can, Pnde of iSlinoise, 2 Cans town and also owe their cook some money immediately or they will be kicked o'.it ot college. They finally decide to .'-tart a matrintoiir inl bureau and supply the world play is filled wltli laughs and tense Pound Bucket •there' will be many -clever *-specialties between nets. • Hightower News Miss Mabel Simpson of Brinklcy furni visited Mrs. Troy Ramey Sim Mrs. R. B. White visited Mrs. Roy VanCamp, BSmair- or 3 fall Cans Comet Package J. and Ira Bledsoe, Tern and Ralph Simpson atendcd church at Higlitower Sunday and Sunday night. Bean Fowler and family visile;! Misses Onin and-Erlinc Williams of Luxora visited' Hightower Sunday school last Sunday. Cranks Car Into RACINE. WIS.. (UP) — Elmer Barkir's automobile furcMoncsl per. Ec.tly, only backwards. He cranked Iho parked car \vhcn it was in reverse gear. Later he called a ce garage lo lift it cut of a lake in the city park. • • 24 Found Sack Fern Leaf 24 Pound Sack Uiicle Ned Ccmtcnuriaii Bakes Vies NASHVILLE, LNL>.. IUP>— Mrs. Stull, Brown Coilnty's Whole Pound Shoulder II). 24c, Ug !!K 2Gc, Stew fb. aassjgA'-Aia-^ Stsw Ib. Lean, Ib. ^ Porfc ID. 15: EOK Evergood Pure 171 Dressed Hens and Fryers -- Fvesn Fish and Oysfcrs »«WB^i;:.S,'S.--r.i-.-7 ;: «Wt,f- tf3r -"!V.« k'fe (.) >i \ Mary tended to business J 'i.f' Gregor'v,! TOM. D:ck and Harry will be In Ark yeslerday ' ' (o '' v " Uvo "'glus only Wcancsday Miss Catherine ffiowne of Mem-'.""d Thursday. October 29th nr.l 30th, at the City Thev have husbands and wives f:r v. U[J iui UU game. - She is a s.ud:,u at everylodv.-Adv. __ Prevent Disease Alnny dread diseases can be prevented by usin Paslcuri/i'd Milk from BENNETT Qionc 74 (Eleven years experience in plants.)

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