The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1937 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 30, 1937
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•J>A<3fe TWO BLYTIIEVILLE (AKK.rcOUttlEK NEWS FUIDAY, APRIL SO, 1937 Social Calendar ; SATURDAY'S EVENTS '. Children of Confederacy having luncheon meeting at home of Betty Phillips, 12:30 P. M., 801 W. Walnut St. : .','•:' . Mrsir'J.' E. Hasson to Vlsljl Tore ign 'Lands Tvichc'foreign countries are Included in the itinerary chosen by Mrs~J. E. Ilasson, \vho plnns to sailYvfrcm .New York city talc In June' with a party of Alabama peofife, conducted by Mrs. Edward Hill--Pi-llchett, of Tnscalosa, Ala, TheyVwill sail on the Italian liner, Horua, and return on the Normand 1C .i-Jan d in (i on i Aug us t 30. The principal points to be vls- iteif. : include Madeira, Gibraltar, : ihe<'•French Riviera, Nice, Monte Carlo, Genoa, Naples. Pompey, CapjJ, Rome, Florence, Venice, thai Swiss Alps, Czechoslovakia. Vienna. Beilin. Holland, Belgium, ParTs .where they will spend almost' n week Attending the world cxrjbsillon, London and points of Scotland. *-_ « • • lla£ciub Tile Young Matrons club, which 'usually meets on Tuesday nfter- noejri, liad its party this week on Thjifsday when Mrs. Lloyd. Stick- moiiiwas hostess. She ilscd tulips, iiis'and snowballs to decorate the living room. Besides the club members she also 1 cntcitallied Mrs. Walter Curd of ( Wilson, lioiiscguest of Mr. ami .Mrs.- Riley B. Jones, Mi's, R«n- kertr Wcleiiknnip, Mrs. Oscnr HafSawny and Mrs. J. W. Adams. Jn'The e<mics Mrs. Murray Smart \vcjij lingerie for the club prize nngU the guest award, a handkerchief, went to Mrs. Ilardaway. * * * Compliments Ciiicsls 'AtjrMId-Weck Club ' : Wrs Minnie E. Jinnies and daughter, Mrs. Louis H. Stein, bf Grand Island, Neb., who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hurry W. Haincs, were guests of honor when Mrs. A. Conway had . the Mid-Week Bridge clu,b Thursday. She nlso entertained ,Mrs. C: A. Cunningham and Mrs. A. B. Fairfield. The dining table had ft cenler- piecc of yellow tulips, from Ihc hostess' yard, flanked with yellow tajiers, and Ihe same .shade was emphasized In the early summer menu. After lunch, cards were Played on the sun porch wilh Mrs. Harry Haincs winning the club award and Mrs. Cunningham the guest prize. Mrs. Minnie Haincs and Mrs. Stein were presented gifts of Arkansas pottery. Club Meets Mrs. J. \V. Parker entertained the Town and Country Bridge club Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Guthric King won high, and Mrs. C. C. Langston, second high. A salad plalc was served after the games. Has Birthday Parly- Ann Bright, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Charles Bright, celebrated her third birthday yesterday by having 12 boys and girls to spend Ihe aflcrnoon wilh her. After they had played game: refreshments of ice cream cones punch and cakes were served. 'Ilic girls were given balls and the boys' favors were balloon whistles convenience of one-dish meals and economy In marketing and- cook- Ing^ possible through full use of the electric refrigerator. Other honieinrikcrs may find special Interest In the thorough Blucly of laundry methods, French' frying and .shallow pan frying l;c considered. There will'he simple thrift niciilB, party -and late- supper dishes ami guidance lo cn- lerUlnlnj! with confidence, beauty tccrcls. EO dear lo every feminine heart, will not be overlooked. Worried questions, put liy the briile-pu[>ll hi Ihib screen romance are bound lo solve many a problem for mure experienced house keepers. Peer inlo Ihc mixing bow willi her and sec how It's all done or join her In a study of the won dcr.s of desserts ami moldcx Ice-box (salads that taste even tor than they look. Free recipe sheets will IJB dis intuited dally, so that the inspirit lion of tin; now recipes can u carried home accurately. Although II won't be possible t lift those Innlsillxing culinary tri uinphs out. of the picture, thci will be plenty of dally gift bnndt at this prolilablc 11)37 school. No one interested In home prob leins can alford lo miss Ihe Courier News' free Corking: School, Moving to Blythcville stating lliroush Iheatcr. Tuesday niul TtuirjHlny in coiitliiiiln<j llic Ito.xy >r, Jane', u:vj son, Hilly, went to . Memphis, where Hilly will no on to Columbus, Mix;., to .spend the weekend with hi.s father. Mrs. Cjeoi'Be Muir is ill al her liome on Davis Ave. Mr. ai-:l Mrs, Hob Ashley mid children. Hobrrla Ann anil' Kulli Elnr.'i-, of Yarb™, and Mr.s, A. I 1 . Burks and brnUiiT, ],. K. Ashby, of Promised l,:m:l, IIIIVB ix'tinned li'oni a bill-]' visit in Houston, Miss., having been i-al!.'d there because of (lie si-rious itlncs.i of their uncle, Milton Harmon, \vho« conili- tlon is uniiii|)i-:)red. While thci'e I hey iitso uitcn:led memorial services ;il Hi. 1 Arnor Grove chiireh. Tiiey «-('!<• isiTonipiuil:-:! t:) Houston by ti-:ir annl. Mrs. John I'rank-. nf uliiillU'l;,, Ark. J ciupic Coitgs'i'jf slion '' Wui El«ct Officers The i-jnwjatum of Temple Is- ~m .el will have Its clcellon of ofll- cers in a special meeting Sunday afternoon, which will follow Ihc 3 o'clock services. As usual, Kabbi Maurice Lyons will sjii'ak after the Sunday school service, which begins at 1:30 p.m., and before the congregational meeting. COMPLETE •• BEAUTY SERVICE Phone 10G MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. 11. K, Campbell and daughters, Joan, who is seven, and Jean, three, me moving to Ulylhcville to join Mr. CaHii:l)fH who came over rcfcntly from Junesboro to be connected with Miss Whltsilt's shop. Mrs. Campbell and Jean iirrivc tomorrow but Joan will remain in Jonesboro, with her aunt. Me:;. Jo Trice, until the clo::o o[ selioul. They are lo reside at Ihe K. M. Holt residence, 307 E. Davis for a gay spring afternoon is the wearer of this charming mode. The dress (No. 89M) lias soft-gathOrs>in the PA1 TERN "and " STEP-BY-STEP ' SEWING IN-' Club IIa.s Luncheon The Thursday Contract club which usually lias atlcrnon par ties, was entertained ..with a bridg luncheon yesterday by Mrs. F. B Joyncr when also had as he SOTsts Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. Mrs Walker H. Baker, Kirs. Rodnc Banister, Mrs. p. R. Babcock an Mrs. W. Leon Smith. • Two popular summer color pink and yellow, were effcctivcl combined in the party schem The hostess used pink rosebuds o •the three small luncheon table the place cards of yellow rose de sign and bouquets of yellow tuli] dccoralcd the dhiiug room ar den. • Mrs. J. E. Hasson won the clu prize, a; snack jar. mid a flowi plclurc went to Mrs. Biibcock f the guest prize. Entertains ; ciuli Mrs. Joslah Fort of Clarksville Tenri., wiio is' visiting relatives here, and her sister, Mrs. James H Bell, were gucsls of another slslrr. Mrs. Byron; Morse, when she had the Thursday- Luncheon The SPRING AND SUMMER PATTERN' BOOK," willi" a complete sclcc idn of laic dress designs, now is • ready. It's 15 cents when purchased separately. Or, if you want to 'order it willi the pattern above, send in just an addilional 10 cenls with the coupon Mr. and Mrs. J.'E. Hasson arc In tile mcclini; of American Cotton Shippers Association inect- mid will attend the dance to- nluht given' by lliis group. • Mrs. James Hill. w;io iiaii been where Jmllic Keck presided in'have Rone In Memphis to Ihe Ihe civil division of circuit court inicctiiiu of tha Amerlciin Cotton Memphis for two rtay« lo at- ,,,,.. w( , cli _ T | u ,y wi n velum Mon- : Shippers Association, day for the second week. -31. Minyiird. Mrs. I'rcivtiss Holder and son, Mrs. KakiT Wilson and diuiKli- wlll leave lomorrow for Talluluh, | Mrs. E. C. 1'attoti, of Newport. |l.:i., to join Mr. Hoklrr who went ; is the Kucst of Mr. and Mr.s. W. • a month ago to be connect- ' ~ ill at a Hot Springs hospilal,after | cd with the Chicago Mill and linvini; been stricken while 'visit-> Lumber corporatifln. ing there, has been brought to her ' •lome here. She is improving^ ''*'''•-'• " ; "'• " 'Gee was ' TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU, •11 STERLING PLACE, JEnoloseclJs 15 cents in coin for Miss Thelnifi Koehlcr. who ul- , iv . . . , • -. lends Arkansas Shite . college al Mrs Era-ell. 13. Gee was in Jonesboro, will arrive this afler- Memphis yesterday. | 1!0(m U) SIKM , (| Ulc wt . t , k( , ni , vvitll ,.;;;?• k ' rale " ntl clal| 8hta-, Miss ']».,,. sister, MVS..U. S. Blankenship, Knlhlccn, attended to business' In ! mid family. She will be accoin- ttest '.Memphis yesicrilny. ; tp :lllic( i b y „ W | IOI) , n,. UC| Miss Ci. L. Keck and his courl ' llnrbara rjnii-hn wlio will ;iiso jiher, Mr.s. Buford Mnrruy, bo their Imvc returned from Muripn, All Day 1-Yi. - Sat. - Hun. l.AVHU. Kit AI'I'LE TAK'lliJ Do/, 1'KCAN-IS'UT HHIIAJ). I.oaf ... LfiK. OATMKA1, COOKIUS. Do/.. . FIUIIT .GUMS Do/ Everything; For Voiir Dnleitain- meul anil Comfort J Ailulls Admilted for Trice of 1 JOSEPHINE IOTCBINSON Hour Specials f) In (i 1'. M. Kriday-Hiiturday-yuiKlay CINNAMON KINO|«aC DIK 1&, WALNUT WAFHUK^C Diw & TAUKIOHHOUSE Screen-Lined Cooking School l . O Offers Profitable Entertainment Slrcnm lines nre a familiar sight his season. But the latest news in Cooking School conventions, as discovered by the Courier News, has screen incs. All ol which means lhat ions ines of eager pupils will he coin? Lo .school again next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday when this newspaper presents the much-discussed motion picture course In lionic : economics in the Roxy theater. Going lo school in a thcntcrl It's a grand way to combine fun, inspiration, a neighborly reunion and valuable Instruction, all In one fr:e package. It's a grand way lo (jet out of the rut that often threatens the best and most conscientious of home, managers. Just as fresh inspiration for the old job Is otic of the by-products of p the familiar Cooking School, keen Incentive born in the -film class for homemakcrs. with Its novel approach and modern selling Khenvs Model Kilrlirns The kitchens that passed HID screen test tor this picture hnd lo mcst the exacting requirements of natlonallv-knoivn home economists, as well as Hollywood standards ol 1934 1,160,231 bought Uicd Carl ( BUY YOUR'USED CAR FROM YOUR CHEVROLET DEAIER ' FOR THESE REASONS charm, good la.ste and proportion No "fnls'c-fronl" camera-beiuitliu'. kltnhens satisfied these modern kitchens, which actually reded more scientific'ingenuity and cnre,- ful i)hinniii(! than any livini; rooni. In these practical kitchens stream lines is no Idle phrase, for this simplified, sanitary, Inbor- savlng cquipnicnl Is keyed in style and purpose to a busy age. Rccognizine; Ihe demands ol honifi experts, Hollywfxxl signed all-slar kitchens, with llin ail-slar cast, aclciing a conlinnal procession of closc-nps. so that every scat in the Rosy Is a Rood seat for thi". iiinnxlngly pictured household course. The class Isn't all work, for llicrc Is the constant, play of sparkling humor, the appeal of tender ro- nmricc. and the. suspense of a coherent. Intelligently-directed story. hap- club. of to Hi; church building and Oils i- being done by erpr.lini,' pcrman- r nl. canopies at each entrance o! the basement 'rorans. Improving the vnllcy lilies were ?"st rooms, and repainting sonic the ccnlerpieccs for (lib two small luncheon tables and other spring flowers were used about the house Mrs. C. W. Alilick won high Fort, second high, "in games which followed • and Mrs. the card lunch. . . Guest at Club Mrs. C. H. Willey WES curst of Mrs. H. A. Taylor when she cntrr- taincd the Thursday Bridge club. She ( used large bmiqueU of splrca and ,W}'gie]ia for .dccoralions. In the games, Mrs. Fred Rutherford won hosiery for the high score prize nnd Mrs. Willey was presented a handkerchief. • * * Jiiblc Class Meets Reports given' at tile meeting of the Ladies Bible class of the Sunday schoM of the First I'res- bUcrlarl church last night showed that this group is fulfilling a • long-time ambition. This ambition .was to make some improvements of Ihe entrance equipment. The canopies will prevent water from Hinnlnc inlo Ihe basement during rains and will also idi lo Ihe comfot!. of those entering thai part of the church during rainy '.readier. At (lie meeting, lirld nt llic home of Mrs. Alice Womnck. plans were -made to replenish Ihe Ireas- uiy. depleted by these cjqrcndl- turcs. In the social hour Mrs. E. A. Hale won the prize, an all day sucker, In a contest. The liojtcss- es. Mrs. Wmnack and Mrs! Robert E. Lee King, served refreshments, j B. T. U. lias Sociat. The Grains Union of the D. T. U. of the First Baptist church had 32 present at. a social meeting last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis. After a business session and games, refreshment were served. which dramatizes cvcry-dny human sort of lo happen. Authentic Iiislruc-IKm liiiuling tbc attractive story to- gcllier is the romance ol homemaking, a. subject lhat holds the ntcrest of every woman, youni; anrl old. Even the Courier Nous knows thai all women —brides, business types and experienced housekcep- rrs. v rcsj>ond lo the faseinntion of looking In on another woman, whon Ehr is nt work in the kitchen. Particularly do they like it. when they are allowed to sit quietly and watch her prepare some dish, in which she specializes. They know lhat K they watch rlcvje-ly. while- the measures and mixes and com plclcs tlie e.nllrc cooking operation. Ihls closs-un iirr.vmal studv will be more helpful than hours of reading recipes or blind ex»c- mcnthvg. Not only drw-s every person the nitdicnce .<hare tliis rlose- of each singe it llio .irtual prepa- ratlon. but the kilehen expert clearly explains her methods, so tha the' measurements on the free daily recipe sheets will mnke it possible to .duplicate thai feathery oaki and flaky pastry. dialling tn true neighborly ,<-lylc wilh her listeners in U:e Hoxy. tin presiding home mumper will on her own discoveries In laborsaving short cuts There wi',1 be dozens ol helpful hinus and suggestions for ul: chcn products equipment. Deals Wilh Jinny Topics i Busy women will thrill to the- 1 iff valuable kit- ami Inbor-savin; Your Chovrolol dealer ha) the finest'selection of used cars In hit onllro history. Big volume cnanloi your Chevrolet dealer to glvo you biggar value. dievroletdoalorscmploytho highest standards and Iho molt expert mechanics In reconditioning used cars. Only Chevrolet dealers can ofTcr used curs backed by Iho famous Guaranteed OK Tag — tha nationally recognized symbol of SAFE USED CAR INVESTMENT. .inm :'»1UC PICK-US'— new tires. io;u clean in every re runs perfect. Tires ,, . u fine $75. Buy now! .. >l*"'); 19.10 FORD TODOU--NI-W jch, scat rovei^. A caj- .ots of ecrvice. S|iecinl <£j Price VJ i 13315 FORD COUl'E I-IN wilh radio. Cnr opcralrrl 10 moiilhs. Had the very best of care .... IS35 CHEVROLET 1' IHUCK—For real scum v , u cjiu't go \vronp on flu.; ^i:,. Vfs. we OK. Ihis Iruek (i;0')r n c\Tiy way. Only .. v«>)0 3f^f ciiEVROurr piiint. Nenrly : OK. for pcrvlcc in every, .'way. Special I'ricc ';10,il CIIEVHOI.F/I' PICK-UP— ..'MpUir just iTcnmliliuncd. 'Jirc-. 1 ; igoo(i. Paint OK. Just u mite ; clicaiwr Iin- iiuU-k sale, d^o a r* iA Ooud litiy ipfe'l'iJ 1!K!G CliEVKOI.l'.T' 1'i: TON 'fUUCK ;«.\« H.I), llrcs. (HCJ-- Icad sprin:;r.. Molur OK.d**^^ : Gur best value ^A'jdji) ltl.ll CHKVKOI:!'.'!' 1'i T'.)M < TRUCK—:«M1 II.I.). HITS. r.-:lr.l ,-i:oo((, nuitor. Coinplcldy tivrr- ' hauled. Truck u.srd hi city unly. you will li!;e this one- niul pric-cd at only .. I!l3r> CMliVliOI.KT STANDAIil) COACIf—'Ihi.s 'cnr only; had in.- 1 r«\7in:r iuicl he vvas very r.irc anil vvy can get one yen ^^l^ be- pioiul uf. CjO/C Ece il'-Kov,' , ipJ'sO •injri i-oiii) ruii :>n new Clievroli;l ilrivcn fi:v; lhon;;i:nl -'mile;;, t:, in 'CKcellcnt condition me-di- Jiiiically and In a]ip:ar- anct. 'fix'. K -Trailed in fter Iwinj; - ]ip:ar-(><}«) r ij)J J,i> IDS'! OIFVROLF.T MASTEI5 Lr;Af u - Knve ucUor« v/licelrs, iKi-ilriiit vcutiiatidn. OKr.d by mir ::^i\'irc clcpari-nienl. I!uy H Kow! ........ in:',') CIII-.VHOI.liT MAHTKIl .^l'1)Ai\'-- A S-cioor ^-c-'.lan in df- luxf' inotii-i "& . r .eric;i. A ear thill coiil (uc-r S90D. 2 yr:;. old. Nov. Only .. Istach tnwn. S m KVfJbua 1 COACI i- one lift- iiio -I economical 015 i r l>i'iii; lo oi!(,-r.itc. This cue . iii e.try rcSptct. ' Here's (tne \ou'vr brvir ki"kin:r 'for. '20 nicil-l v.-i!li oiily 3'i.OOi) iictnal iiiiU-.s MTVICC— bi-li'jv:- il or not - t.'irik it ovtr. Uny il for Only 1930 FOUD 'lUDOR—lI i; i. price you an- lofkni;: for l-.>o> Ihls one over. IJcady to i Yours I-'or Only !rm cHKVisoi,;:! 1 <:OA<:II Here is n b.ii-:::uu for ;;-IM,I-. A linlr- iviighl in ii|>pc:iraiic,'. but'runs i;oeil. Tires <!• •> C r good. Buy II Pur Only •? I 'i 0 Vi!(!l.!.;r CO A C II - .vrvivr [ov Io\v co.-l? !','.'. u;c. 1 tor $85 . . ir (j'\. Loo-:.-; and 'S^\v unth o -i, i$3 ID rORI) \' , rr v.]icc!t'.ise. l':irir, l»',r, : .joli. "fhJnk ' Ihis I ruck The Secrets ol n'Hito FjirgcHen Women! „ '^'s'*' <•*•. ; ' "1BBEE • MON A Also Ke-lci'tcd Sliorts —Ailmiwiion— iVIaliiire—10 K ZKc Xighl—Hi ,fc 3Gc | mm ', With Claire Trevor, Lloyd i Nolan. Akim TamirofY, Larry i CraW)L% Helen iiur£cs.s and • 1'orler Hall. j Tltcy calii'd him kliiff of gamblers j hut ho never look :\ chunce... Will Dmitry in ;i yii'll Tin; :un;i/! inj: inside story of ;i 51,000,000 ycnr slol-niiichinc racket! Also Curl con siml, ,Srri:il — "JiniRle Jim'' ,1 ii;;il liiiisotle —Admission— Unlil 5 I 1 . M.—10 & 2Gs After 5 P. M.—16 «fc 31c SI,WO ill tih liamls . . . but lie roiTldn't imy his girl cnlTcc because "internes Can't Wilh Barbara Stanwyck, Joel iMcCrca, Lloyd Nolan a n tl Stanley Hi(i.t;cs. I Also raniinoitnl Ncus, Torky Car- lonn ;tnd C'alt C:i!i(nvay jMusi- (•al Sliort —Athnissinii— Sunday—All Day—1C & Me Monday Alalillrc—10 &• 2Gc Monday iN'i.llit—1C & Mr. —L'oiiliniious Shou'ing' Sunday— TUESDAY, MAY •!— Sir,().00 HANK NIGHT! (Less state Tax) W.i I'DlilJ COUTK ICf v.itli Kitiio ;nui healer. paint. <:;•? used only in Hud l:e;,t tii c;<rc. A Haijain! itra cm-rvunun 1 .^TAND.AUTJ COtll'K--Nrw IKTC is OIK- lhat \v: rrcfliimruil to iinyon!? for ;.< i vie-;- op:r;itir,n ;il the lov,r.sL «:.L LVirfcct cumlilion. L'.iy Now! u<: ( .-'» c;i[r,vi:oi.]-:r COACH - it:, tit.:•;•;. '.u-hoKlen-, and pninL show j;o WAV. Moltii chcrkfrl by our ,'frviro r;or>:irtnirnt. ^-'yti^OQC noivj fr'iiv; Moury! ., ij)O»/t) Admission—Always 10 A 2Gc Matinees Triilay. Saturday. Hiuuhy Slmiv Every Niglil. Friday ami Sunday Matincrs Stall at 2:15. Saturday Mnlincc al 1:15 'i'O\' TIIUCK Just (lie truck >'J>:G tire::. n':i\' r.l it. \on can rally jcar <ilil CHARLES STARRETT '.\ DONALD GRfeVSON V^iX A COIUW3IA PICTURE, Also Carioon and Comedy Sunday - Monday $395 (i Will) Unsilund Kcilli iiiul Charles Also BllilhccMe, Ark. I-'ox Movietone and Comedy News

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