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TWO ULYTHEVILLE '(ARK.)""COUHIEll NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL SO, 1937 "' Social Calendar •• SATURDAY'S EVENTS >. Clfildren of Confederacy having luncheon meeting at home of BetlX Phillips. 12:30 P. M, 801 W. Wnlput St. MispJ. -K. Hasson to Visit Foreign Ixinds Twelve'foreign countries are Included in Ihe Itinerary chosen by Mrs"J. E. Hasson, who • plans to caiU~from New York clly Into In June' with a party of Alabama peogTei conducted by Mrs. Edward Hill-*Prllchclt, of Txiscalosa, Ala. Theyiwill sail on Ihe Ilalian liner, Rmuti, and return on the Norman- die.i-landing on August 30. We principal points to be vls- -ile<fj include Madeira, Gibraltar, Ihe. Jiench Riviera, Nice, Monle Carlo. Genoa, Naples, Pompey, Cap^i. Rome, Florence, Venice, tho? Swiss Alps, Czechoslovakia, Vietina. Berlin, Holland, Belgium, Paris',where Ihey will spend almost-a. week attending the world cxrjSjsjlloii, London and polnUi of Scotland. Ttie Young Matrons club, which '•usually meets on Tuesday atler- noon, had Its parly this week on Thiitsday when Mrs. Lloyd Sllck- moiv-was hostess. She used tulips, irls-and snowballs to decorate Ihe livmg room. JJesIdes Ihe club members she ftlsO' : ch(erlalned Mrs. Walter Cnrd of [Wilson, housegucst of Mr. and Mrs!- Rilcy B. Jones, Mrs. Rcn- kert" ••'Welciiknmp, Mrs. Oscar Hafcliiway ami Mrs. J. W. Adams. In?fhe games Mrs. Murray Smart wofr lingerie for the club prize anji,the guest award, a haiidkcr- • chief, went lo Mrs, Ilardnway. :. ' * • * Ctfjjlplilncnts Guests Al>»Iid-Wcck Cluli " ', Mrs. Minnie E. Halnes and dmiglilcr, Mrs. Louis H. Slchi. of Grand Island, Neb., who arc vis- Iling Mr. and Mrs. Hurry W. Haines, were guests of honor when Mrs. A, Conway had . the Mid-Wcck Bridge club Thursday. She also chlcrtalned ,Mrs. C: A. Cunningham and Mrs. A. 13. Fairfield. The dining table had n centerpiece of yellow tulips, from the hostess 1 yard, Hanked with yellow lapers, and (he same shade was emphasized In the early summer menu. Aflcr lunch, cards were played on Ihe sun porch with Mrs. Harry Haines winning the club award nnd Mrs. Cunningham the guest pri7.c. Mrs. Minnie Haines and Mrs. Slciu were, presented gifts of Arkansas pottery. * * * Cluh Meets Mrs. J. W. Parker entertained the Town and Country Bridge club Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Guthrie King won high, iuid Mrs. C. C. Lnngslon, second high A salad plate was served aflei the games. Has Birthday Party Ann Bright, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs. Charles Bright, cele > brated- her third birthday ycslcr day by having 12 boys and girl to spend the afternoon with her. After they had played game. refreshments of ice cream cones punch and cakes were served. Th girls 'were given balls and th boys' favors were balloon whistles convenience of one-dish meals : . rind economy In marketing and' cooking, possible through full use of the electric refrigerator. Other homcmakers may find special Interest in the thorough scre;n study of laundry melhods. French frying and .shallow pan frying will be considered. There will l>3 simple thrift meals, party .and late supper dishes and guidance to entertaining with confidence. : R beauty secrets, so dear to every feminine heart, will not be overlooked. Worried <|i:eslions, put, b'y th bride-pupil In thin screen romance are bound to solve many a problem for more experienced house keepers. Peer into the mixing i>ow with her and see how it's all done or join her in a study of the won dcrs of fro/.cn desserts and moldc< Ice-box salads thai tnste even bet tcr than they look. I ree recipe 1 sheets will ha distributed dally, so that the Inspira- lion of the neiv recipes can be carried home accurately. Although it won't, be possible to lift. those tantalizing culinary triumphs out of the picture, lltci"> I will be plenty of dally gift bundles at lids profitable 1M7 school. No one Interested In home problems can nltord to miss the Courier News' free Corking • School, starting Tuesday and contlnuliuj through Thursday In (he tioxy theater. Moving Lo Blyilicvill .U'r, June, and bon, Hilly, went to 'Memphis, where Billy will-(jo on ',lo Columbus. Miss., lo spend Ihe weekend with his father. Mrs. George Muir is ill nt her home on Davis Aye. Mr. m 1 :! Mrs. )!olj Ashley and children. Roberta Ann nnd Huth Elm-.T, yl Yarbro, and Mrs. A. i>. Burks mid brother, I,. K. Ashby. oi Promised Land, havj retiivned from a brli'f visit In Houston. Miss... iiiivlii" br'ii c'alljii (here becausv i j of the ,s?i]ous illne.s.s ot their nn- j | d<>, Miltun Harmon, whos? condition is unimproved. While I he it th?y also aUeii'Jei! memorial services n[ lh;- Amor Cirove church. They \ve:v .u-t-;nii;jai)i:-.l to Houston ' j by th'lr aiiiit, M™. John I'nuikr,. of Chat livid, Ark. Iciuplc Coiigh't'sjalion Will'Elect Officers Till rael will have its election of 6m- s in a special meeting Sunday tiftcrnuon, which will follow the 3 o'clock .services. As usual, nabbi Maurice Lyons \vill speak after the Sunday school fH'ivkT, which begins at l;30 p.m , and before the congregational COMPLETE 1 — BEAUTY SERVICE Phone 10G MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP ^SHSaEX I for a gay spring afternoon is the wearer of this p 0 charming mode. The dress (No. 80G4) has soft-gathers-in the <wiusl fronl and an unusual sleeve pleated at t|ie edge, then pufTcd out at the lop. The skirt has a flattering swing. Good-in sheer >;printed voile, sheer cottons, printec! silksi taffela or georgette. Pnl- ilcins come in sizes H to 20; 32 to 44..Size 16 requires 33-4.yards •of 30 inch fabric. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. H. K. Campbell nnd daughters, Joan, who is seven, niui Jcau, three, sire moving to lilythcvillc to join Mr. C:nn].'bdi who came over icirnlly from Junesboro lo be coiinecled with Miss WhilsiU's sho,>. Mrs. Campbell nnd Jemi arrive tomorrow but Jo;m will remain in Jonesboro, with her mint, Mrs. Jo Trice, until the clfii : c. ot t-.-liool. •nicy lire to reside at Hie E. M. Holt residence, 307 E. Davis Mr, and Mrs. J.' E. Hasson arc Club Has I'lmchcoii The Thursday Contract clu which usually has alternon pai ties, was entertained with a bridg luncheon yesterday by Mrs. p. I Joy nor when also had as h guests Mrs. w. D. Chamblin, Mr Walker H. Baker, Mrs. Rodn, Banister, Mrs. C. H. Babcock an Mrs. W. Leon Smith. Two popular summer color piivk and yellow, were effective combined in the party sclicni The hostess used pink rosebuds o the three small luncheon table the place cards of yellow rose dc Elgn and bouquets of yellow tulips decorated the dining room and den. • Mrs. J. B. Hasson-won Ihc club prize, a-snack Jar. and a flower picture went lo Mrs. Babcock for the guest prize. •• • * « Entertains Club Mrs. Josiah Port of Clarksvtllc, Tenil., who Is visiting relatives here, and her sister, Mrs. James H. Bell, were guests of another slslcr. Mrs. Byron, Morse, when she had the Thursday Luncheon ! '™,, To sbcurc a PATTERN and "STEP-BY-STEP'SEWING W-' •Sl, ! ,l U »9T 10NS ' ml OHt tlie coupon below, ueina sure.lo MENTION iTHE NAME OF THIS NEWSPAPER. The SPRING AND SUMMEU PATTERN BOOrCwilh"a complete selectidn of lato dress designs, now is ready. It's 15 cents when purchased separately. Or, if you want.to<order H with the! pattern above, send in just an additional 10 ccnts-wlth the coupon. where Jiidssc. Keck presided in'huvo none to Memphis to the .Ihe civil division of circuit court meeting of th:; American Cotton In Memphis for two days lo at-i, 1]is w( , 0]ti -j-j^y w m rc t m - u Mon--Shippers Association, lend the meeting of American i (! , iy tm . the second week. H. Minyaid. Cotton Shippers Association meet- | j lrs prcntiss Holder and son; Mi*, rtuki'r Wilson and (laughing .'and will atlcnd Ihc dance to-[, v m [eavc tomorrow for Tallulali, I Mrs. E. C. Pulton, of Ncu-pnr:. nijjhl given by (his group. I L . L| lc) j 0 j,, Atl . Holder who went! is ll> e l!>iest ol Mr. and Mrs. W Mrs. James Hill, w:io iias been clown a month ago to be connect- ill ai a Hot Sprinps hospital .niter! ed with Die. Chicago Mill nnd having been stricken while vlsil- i Lumber corporation, till! there, has been brought to her j ji iss Thclma Kochlcr, who at- home here. Slie is improving, 1 ( cl ,,i s Arkansas Stale .college at Mrs. Everett n. Gee; was in! Jone.slwio, will arrive this aftcr- lemphis yesterday. :,,„„„ to SI)C11( | lllc wcckcmi wiu , W. E. llcssic and daughlcr, Miss'her sister, Mrs..U. S. Blaiikcnship, vnthlccn. attendixl lo business-'In ami family. She will be nccom- Vcst Memphis yesterday. ! paiiicil by a school mate. Miss Judge O. E. Keck and his court liiu-lsara IJaurhn who will (enograplier, Mrs. Uuford Murray, bo their S! All Day Fri. - Sat. • I'INKAl'I'l.K LAYlCk. K;i AITLE TARTS \1m 1'KCAN-NUT HKKAI). [.oaf ... LGK. OATA1KAL COOKIKS. Do/. .. I-'IUIIT GUMS Sun. ,c (J I'lilcri'i,' lloui- Specials 5 lo (J P. i\1. FntUiy-Saturxlay-Sumhiy CINNAiMON KhNCi Ho/ WALNUT \YAFKUS«C I'AUKKHHOUSH HO!,I,S. [1m, PLAIN ROLLS ])(!/ BC TonigSit is Pal Nile Ailulls Admitted for i'ricc of I JOSEPHINE r TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU, 'I'bey ImL \Yilh inside sl"ry of yciu 1 ilul-niai-liine ^llcii him liinjj o rirvrr ttn»k mttncy 01- a Screen-Lined Cooking School Offers Profitable Entertainment Stream lines nrc a familiar sight Lhi.s season. Hut tlie latest news in Cooking School conventions, us discovered by llic Courier News, has screen lines. All of which means lhat lo»8 lines of eager pupils will be Roiii!! to school tiRnln next Tucsdivy, Wednesday nnd Thursday when this ne\vspnpcr presents the much-discussed motion picture course In home economics In the Roxy theater. . Doing lo school in a Ihcnterl It's a gnuid way lo combine fun, Inspiration, n neighborly reunion and valuable,instruction, all in one free packaRe. It's a grand way lo gel (Hit of -the rut that often threalcns the best and most conscientious of home, managers. Just as fresh Inspiration for the olrl Job Is one of the Uy-prodttcU of the familiar Cooking School, which presents a lecturer in n mod- clmi'tn. (food Inslo autl proporlioi 1 No "fnlsc-front" caincrn-bcautilu". kitchens saLl^ni'd these modern :;ilcbpn.s. which ncttinlly roflsct more scientific'Ingenuity and careful plnnntn^ thrui any living rooni \i\ these practical kitchen?, stream lines is no idle nhrnsc. for Ihis .simpH(lc<i. snmtnry, lahor- Kaving equipment is keyed in style* and purpose to a busy age. Uccogni/.uiq the demands of home experts, HoUywofxl signed all-star kitthcns, witli the all-star crtsl, adding a continual procession of close-ups, so thai every seal in the Uoxy is a pood scat lor anm/.higiy pictured household course. The class isn't all work, for there is the constant play of sparkling limnnr. the appeal of Umrtcr romance, and the suspense of a coherent, IntRHlgenlly-dircctcd .story, which drftinatlzes every-dwy Imp- BUY YOUR' USED CAR fROM YOUR CHEVROUT BEAUR ' FOR THESE REASONS Alsn Seleelcil Shorls —Admission— Jlalincc— in * 2fie, NiBliI—1C & 36c Saturday Only \Vilh Ciiiirc Trevor, Uoyil Nohin, Akiin TiunirofT, Larry' Cralilii', Helen 'orU-r Hall. of fiamtilcrs a chaiit-c. . . l 'I'liR ania/.- :i Sl.CDD.OOO racket '. AI.so Carluiui and .Serial — • Jim" ,l''inal Kpisoilc — Continuous Showing— Until ~t !'. Jl.— 10 After 5 !'. M— 1G 31c ST«^r ™ »« --, ...nn^ll.o hui^ ^ ri 1,,, 11SE club. " Bouquets of valley lilies were tho centerpieces Tor the two small luncheon tables and inner spring flowers were used about Hie. house Mrs. C. W. Arilick won higli and Mrs. Fort, second high, "in the card games which followed lunch. - •• * ( » « Gucsl al Club Mrs. C. H. Willey was guest of Mrs. H. A. Taylor when she entertained the .Thursday Bridge club She^used We bouquets or spirca and jwygclla for decoralions. In the games, Mrs. Fred Rutherford won hosiery for the high score prize and Mrs. Willey was presented a handkerchief. .Uiblc Class Meets Iler>orl5 given at the rneeltng of the Ladies Bible class or the Sunday school or the First 1'rcs- byterian church last night show- .ed that this group is fulfilling a long-time ambition. This ambition keen incentive born In the -film class for homcmakers. wllh Us novel approach an<l modern selling Shows Model Kilclirns The kitchens Hint, passed tho screen lest for this 'picture, had lo inpel. the exacting requlremenls of natioiifillv-known home economists, as well as Hollywood standards of In the church building and this i". herein done by creeling pcvivmn- r .nl. canopies nl each rnlrance of the basement 'reruns. ttn]irovlnR (lie rooms, ;\nd reiwiinllnR some of Ihe entrance equipment. The canopies will prevent water from umnlnc Into 'the basement dur- Sn? rains and will also idl lo the comfort of those enlerinc, that part ot the church during rainy At the ineelins. held at Ihc home of Mrs. Alice Womack. phius tt'cre-madc to rciilcnlsli the treasury, depleted by these cxiwnOl- liires. In the social hour Mrs. E. A. Hale won the prize, an all day sucker, in n rnntisl. The hosless- es. Mrs. Womack and Mrs. Roli- frt K. Ix-e Kiiifr. served refreshment. ... A i 1). T. tl. Has Social. The Grains Union of the n. T. U. of IV.c first Baptist- church had 32 present al a social meeting last night at the home ol Mr. and Mrs Carl Davis. After a business session and really do happen. Authentic [nslrurllori Binding the attractive story to gether is Ihe romance i>t home making, a subject Mi;it licilds the interest of every woman, ynung and old. Even the Courier N^w.s knows that all women—liriflcs, business types and oxperirnceil housckcep crs.~ respond to Ihr [agination of looking In on another woman, when Ehc is nt work in the kitchen. Particularly do they like it when they arc allowed lo sil quietly ant: watch her prepare some dish, ir which she specializes. The.y know that If they wnlcti rifely, whili ,'hc measures and mixes and r-otn ojwra .stud was to make some improvements I games, refreshments were served plclcs the entire- cnokiiu; lion, this closs-urt 1 be more, hclptiii than l-.oinL of reading rccip? s or biinrt nxpcri men ting. • Not only dofs every person i! Ihc audience slnte this clow-ii! of each stnsc i[ Ilir ^ciual prcii^ ration, but Ihe kitchen expert clear Iv explains her methods, so lha the' measurement;, on Ihe free tlai ly recipe sheds will make u po--si We lo duplicale (liat Ircithrry cake and flaky pa.siry. dialling in Uiir ndiihhnvly with her listeners lu 11.r Rosy, lh presiding home mmncrr \vili p.ii on her own discoveries in labor saving short cuts. Tin-re will b dozens ot helptul gcstlons for iitillziiis chen products equipment. Deals Wilh Many Topics Busy women will thrill to Sunday - Monday .OCr) in hh liiinils . . . bul he uldn't l>uy his pirl cofTc! 1 liee:iusc "Internes Can't With liui'liarii Stanwyck, Joel [,l()_vd Is'olim a n (I YourChevrpIet dealer luis tho flnoit toloction of used cars in hli cnHro hlitory. Big voi'umo cnnbtcj your Chevrolet dealer ro glvo you blggor value. ChovroTct rfoolor* employ Iho highest standards and Iho most expert mechanics in reconditioning uicd curt. Only Chevrolet dealers ton offer uicd cars backed by lha famous Guarnnlccd OK Tnij — Iho noHonall/ rccog- ntxcd symbol of SAFE USED CAR TNVESTMENT. I'ICK-Ul'— ni-y lii-es. ,1931 CHEVROLET l!Uic painl. Nearly ; OK. for service in every .way. Special I'ricc .. ',-193-1 C[fl-:V!t(>!,l-, r I- PICK-Ui'— ;'.Mplor jr.st n-cciiHli(lcnnl. r i iri'n t B«xl.- riiinl (JK. Just n liuic . chcniici- fur ijiiick sale. (!•«) <J f* I'A Gouil Uii.v >i>/i'i'0 19.15 CJIKVROLtT U'l'Af.'DAKIJ COACH-'Hiis 'car ciily| had i>i.'' ov/ncr mul lie v/a.% vir.V iri'ouct. nl it. liiok Hie h:';,t r;f yui can' In- proud See it -fj<i-,v W.t-1 CHFVROL1-.T MAKTKH I^.C'AC Ii - Kn-jr- ar.Mort '.vhcr-l.-s. iiK-dntll v. -nUU'liim. Orlnd Ijy ATsn I'aramtHinl News, I'orky Car- lonu and Call (,'allmvay iMusi- c-al Short — Admission — Sunday— All Day— Ifi k :tGc Alnniluy Maliiire.~IO & 2Gc ihiy Night— 1C- & Me —Continuous Showing Sunday— TUKSDAY, MAY 4— $l. r )0.00 IJAN'K NIGHT! (Lrss State Ta.v) °;- $.345 TO M 1831 l-'ORI) TICK-!/!' c!f;in in every rrspccl. runs perfect. Tirr-j Save $75. Buy no' 10:iO FORD TUDOR —Nnw jr;rj. seat covers. A car .nls of f.crvice. S|wci;il Price IIOM FORD COUI'E- Jwitli radio. Car I ID months. Hud the (very best of care (1935 CHEVROLET P, '[•tif; IHUCK—For real smite ..,-„ |:an'l go wrong on IliU um ]\'cs. we OK. this truck n every way. Only ,. I 1 ! $119 { ' r $385 IfirJC CUKViCOI I-.T I 1 •/ RUCK - ;«\(i H.IX iln luld siirin:::.. J.lDlm- OK. : Our IJCit value ..... . 193-1 (-IIIiVRtX.l'i 1 I'- 'i •;>;,' •TRUCK-W\C U.l). tnvs. I,-:lin /•(iooi^ molor. Co.niiilt-tfl.v yvc-r- - hauled. Triifk iisrd in city only. Yen will ]!ke tin.-; one and iiricid ;\| only .. i!)2D ciiiA'itni.i-.T court-:- ]lrre';- our- ynu'vr bi'eiv- lo't.nr.: "for. 'J^i n.cr.i-1 v.-iili only ;;0.0uy ar.lual imle, : -itvit-e— bc'.ic-,'- it of not - l/-ok it ovtr. C J AT Buy ii for Only ..... yi) J •1X5 ro;;?) r i l uiiO](--'rrrui«i in •jn nrw t-linvrolct :sllcr belli!! lirinu rev; llioiiraiid 'mile::.. 11 i', in rxro-li-iil. condjLloji mc-c:h- iuiiij.uly aiut ii\ ; aiitt. ' h"':(; H 1TC3 CHKVHGLKT COACH- One l-l llfp iiio-f ccojioinical tarr, ru-r Iniil; |o oj»i:iMlc. Tfiis OK. in' ticry" rc::i:tcl-.' tir:. Ii .........' BuVVi'^wr'!!" 1 :'. 1 !' $295 IK:> ciu-.vnoi.Ei' MA«TI-:U KL-UAN- A -I-door .-.cilno ill cli- luxe nuxii-1 p ;(5 HMIC:;. A cur lllilt ft):.l (H'l'l- $fll)I). 2 vr.'i. old. No,',- Only .. i<i:i:i roitu coui'K l-;itiii]'[H'<i v, ilh r;uiio and hrnU-r. JJlac'k iKiinl. <;;if n:i',-d only in lo\vn. ijiul ):c:>l oi i-;ir''. 6") C T A liar-nin! JjOOJ $195 iorc is to it (luU i: for » i;oC>>r 19M FORD •|tUK>K-.-li price you cuv iu::kint; lo Uiis olio over. R'.,uly lo Yours For OnV l!):i:i CHKVliC! :,T COACH Here is n b.u-::.i!i> Ini- ;n,i A Hide ri till 'rims KiKid. Tii-cs Buv'll !-V: cnilv UU'J (:ii!lVi;O!.i;! T CO A Cli— \Va;it icil :,':i'v:co lur losv cn-tV 'Ux-n ,ly;iy (hi., t;ac. X' % QC f.'oi.i'- i:ny i-ur t^GJ io:r> rnr.vrioi.tT :-: i: n A N - aud lit the.' COUI'K --Nfw \K'.'i C;llKV'i:Ol -LT COACH- It.'i liK'.x nphoMciy. and paint show ;;o ;\rar. Mctor elieckcd by our rrrvicc tlciiarimrnl. Bu r.c'v; P:iv: n'onc-y! .. ISM rOIil) 1'. TON 1 TRUCK I;--!IT v l .lietH-.i.s< 1 . .In.^f, Ihc truck Atlmissinn—Always 10 & 2Gc SlaliiuTs l-'riday. Saturday. Sunday Shoiv livery Niphl. Triday and Sunday Matinees Stall at 2:15. Saturday Matinee al 1:15 ^wirci if!:,fi&iL ^ CHARLES STA8RETT '•'-•"-- n DONALD GRAYSON v * CO1UM3IA PICTURE Alsn {';irlonn and ComPdy n inl>. Think oE it. you can l:uv llu> Ivui'k nnlv je.'ir old I,.L- ](.:-:-, iiiali hall of nriv cue .......... *V With Unsilami inul Charles Also l'i>x .Movietone and Comcdv i»

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