The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1933 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 27, 1933
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) CQUBIERNEW8_ FRIDAY, OCTj)BKR_27._193a Hayti Society — Personal and doctors stale that he Is getting! vacation spent at Nashville and ilong es well as could be cxiiecl-, Dickson. Term., where they visited eii. I relatives. Lois ncmkln of Boston, 1 Mtera Willie and Alice Marshall motored to Memphis Saturday for Miss Lois Hill who lias been ai the Mass., was expected to arrive here Friday lo visit with her brother _ .. and wife. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Baptist hospital since Wednesday Rankln and children. • Miss Hill reumed ' • Mre poWc pollins. 1SIO West Ash" street, who Is visiting in Tiptbnvllie, Term., as Hie «uest nf Mrs. J. H. tipton, was (he guest o( honor xt a .birthday party given -at the Lakeland hotel by her ho*t*ss. Iricrudfd in t hc « ucsts worc R number ol government engineers now stationed at Tiptonville. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Ada Robinson of OKeola, who accompanied Mrs. Rollins to that city. Mrs. RoVllns plans to return home uithin a few days. Elmwcod Cemekrj Ass'n. To Smt Dlnrtr. Proceeds of tht dinner, to served in the building next to the new Mead clothing company \rmcirrow by the Elmwood Cemetery association, will be placed In the fund for traveling tlie street frem the highway lo the cemetery. Dinner will be 25 cents. members will be used at each ncctliiE. Tlic «n>t study will be held Wednesday evening, 1:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Farmworth Black with Mrs. James H, Bell as leader of a discussion on "The Germany of Today." Other members of the group are Mmefi. W. J. Pollard, w. J. Wtin- derllch. Clarence Vollmcr', Elton W. Klrby, Hairy Klrby, W. L. Hnrner, Edgar Bonun, Howard Proclor. J. Neal Gcscll and Samuel F. Morris. • * * Invited to D»ncc Ail open Invitation has been extended for the Hallowe'en dance ] at the Horseshoe community club _ at Louise, Ark., Tuesday nlghl. when Brook Kirk's orchestra will play. Mrs. Dnve Biggs, president of the club, Is in charge of the affair. CLAMOUR ? THIS SEASON "FT- A GREEN ..'E FROOK USES A , LAR OF SILVER LAME AND A TASSEIED BEIT OF GREEN SUK CORD. BRIGHT RED CREPf JACKET TOPS AOOWN.OF VJLVET. , 0EIOW- PURPLE CREPE I'ORMS A W> PIECE r.uss. Clnb His Guest. Mrs. Louis Greene was the eucsr ol Mrs. O. W. McCiilchen yes-i "terday afternoon when slic ulso Vad members of Hie Thursday Contract club as her guests. Autumn flowers decorated the llv- ine room where the two lables of ladies played cards. Mrs. R. L. Bradley won the high, score award, a double deck ol cards, and Mrs. Greene was p-.cstnted a movie ticket.. Creamed chlciccn, pumpkin pic topped with whipped cream and coffee was served. Entertains Cluli Mrs. O. P. Mass entertained ] membres of the Mill-Week Bridge 1 club Thursday for the weekly luncheon and bridge game. A two course menu was served at small luncheon tables. The prize, a waste basket, went (o Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Miller have announced the marriage of their (laughter. Elizabeth, to Mr. Hay- rc'cnd B. Calvin, also of th!s city. The wedding was solemnized at uaruthersvillc on Saturday, October fourteenth. The bride sore an autumn model of black triple crepe trimmed with »hlt« and rat In filling lines. Her only attendant, Mrs. Howard Burton, was dressed in . frock of wine colored fist crepe. Mr. Burton was Mr. Calvin's b»t man. Mr. Calvin and his bride arc ror at home with Mrs. Calvin's School Orchestra Is To Plljr it Jonrsboro The Sudbury school orchestra, tlic only elementary school orchestra iu the slate, will participate in the program ol the Northeast Arkansas District Tcnchers' meeting at Jonesboro Saturday Members of the group are: Olive Wahl, Eugenia Crawford. Alice Jester, Amy Morris, Mary Worsely, jucille RUEsell, Betty Thrasher Belly Essary nnrt Malcolm McDer- motl with Fioscoe Morris as director. The group will be accompanied by Charles A. Stubbs, principal who will attend tlie meeting, having arranged the program for 11 intcrmedlale department. Marriage License Issued These have obtained marriage licenses at the Blylhevllle otflcc of Ihe county court clerk in the past two days: Miss Georgia Murray. of Rldgley, Term., and Hubert Grlt- fin. of Manila; Miss Sunshine Mick parents at 131 tftst Main street.. alid Jtiraes L. Gordon, both The attractive bride attended) here, the city high school. Mr. Cal- • « r, \(n ft connected with, the Mcr- JohnEon-ScrtEKlns chants Grocer company. I The marriage of Miss Grace Scrogglns and William A. Johnson, both of Memphis, was solemnized here yesterday. Tlie W. J. T-cRoy, pastor of the Lake Street. Mctliod- Lst church, read the srevlcc. Announcement has been made 'cf' the marriage of Miss Myrtle Sims, of Manila, lo Mr. Bernard Jaggcrs, of this clly. The marriage service was celebrated Thursday, October fifth, Mr. Jaggcrs and hU bride arc Lone Oak News MLw Bendona Huey simit tlic The Woman's club met at the Methodist church Thursday afternoon with 12 members present, nd two nev. 1 members. Mesdomes W. T. Nctlierv and Sherman Hill. MCbdames Wllllaid Hay. J. V. Gate?, and W. T. Nethery were appointed to start a collection of hooks for tlie llbmry which they Mrs. Howard Proctor, who has «' c establishing Plans were made been 111 from Influenza for a week, < or ,,« te ™ n t bn *c I'arty to be Is now no hrl(l al Lhe armory. November 2. Mrs. 1'. N. Lullrell. who under-1* 1 " 1 ™ committee appointed was New Liberty News her work as teacher in the Luxora school Monday. Mis Claud Gray and children, Bits oj Net£s Mostly Personal Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aycock and ' Mrs. Den Aycock were In Memphis Tuesday. i Miss llelencr Jarrall spent the weekend wilh Miss Albert Walker at Luxora. ' Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Jarralt and daughters, Mildred and Helener, HUSKY THR major operation at the J^riTj ^'"oales'T W.^ay] ha v? "returned home from a week's, Overtaxed Oy speakin E ,smg- ing, smoking Mrs.Liillrell will hcme next week. Mrs. L. H. Hauff, of Dallas, Texas, who ha.s been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hatcher, will return to Memphis tomorrow. Mrs. l- 1 . E. Henley, local manager of the Southwestern Hell Telephone company, has taken a leave of absence and plans to spend the next several months in Conway, S. Ihe month lo the second fourth Mondays. Officers were eleclccl for the en- Kuiii'3 year. They are: president, Mrs. J.' W. Rhodes; vice-president. Mrs. I. D. McDernio'.l: secretary and treasurer. rMs. J. W. Ray; re- norter. Mrs. J. w. Golden; children's welfare work, Mrs. Sherman Hill. Tlie next meeting will be held at thehome go to St. Louis for a short slayj with her mother and will Iw join- j Mr ^ Mrs children motored ed there by Mr. Henley and they will motor to Conway. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane and daughter. Miss Patty, will have n:i their guests Mr. and Mrs. W. M. ICirsli and son. Billy, who will IT here for dinner and the football game tonight, and Misses Mln- to r Miller andi Gideon anil Kcnnett Wednesday. They visited tlie former's aunt at Gideon. Mrs. J. B. Buckley spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Memptiis visltlns her husband .who is In the Baptist hospital. Mr. Buckley ;r.e Annls Robb. Constance Jcam Bush and Mary Elizabeth Kirsch who will remain until Sunday r.ftc-rnoon. All are of Paragoiild. Mr. nnd Mrs. George W. Bush will motor over Sunday (or the and will a^tompnny the girls home. ' Mr. and Mrs. w. Leon Smith and son, JacX, nre spending today a Pine Bluff. Louis Lytitli is ill from malaria at his home on West Main street. E. E. Alexander returned today from several days spent in Little Rock, and Uallns. Texas, having down from Little Rock to Dallas I and return. | Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum is 'ill at-her ho'me on Holly street. Among the Blythuvtltc people l vho attended the funeral service i for E. B. Noble at Jonesborc ! yesterday were: Cecil Shane, ; A. Lynch. John McHaney. Zal B l Harrison. Jesse White, Samuel ( ' Morris, Dr. C. C. Stevens. I). 3 I i Branson. Russell Marr, Mr. an Mrs. Bill Dolen. Mnx B. Reid. Louis Cherry ar.d L. L. Ward underwent an : operation Tuesday. Because It's Our milk is ideal for children . . . It is sale hecausc it is pasteurized under sanitary conditions ... It is health-giving because, it. contains large quantities of the vitamins that prevent colds and sickness. That's why Mrs. George Thurn, well known domestic scientist, uses it in her daily demonstrations at the CotiVier News Cooking School. Place your order now for daily delivery Craig's Dairy Phone 74 You can't fool your stomach So cook with GRISGO,.. Ihe wholesome fat that dipts quickly! met were (lie guests Saturday of Rnstcll . _. The mother of Jim Emery clicrt The Shawncc K T.A. met Wed- • Monday morning, r.e.sday in the Scout, Inn on the. Ml . all ,| Mrs rjyron Benedict left Thf special plain nursery of (lie London County Council at Avery- Hill, near Woolwich, grows potato «lnnls from six lo fO^teet in lenyili, f. 0 I! G H S now. at home in tlie 'Poc apart-1 KM j. clU i [„ Tiulonvllle. Ten. She cnmpiis. Plans were made for rals- '• oclcber n for Little Hock. r.ip'rits on Kentuclty avenue. • - '-- --- J '— "-- -'-•=—'"•" - -- - - • Mrs. Jagger.', \vlio liac resided •. at Manila, for .1 number of years, is a graduate of the liigh school; was accompanied liome by her cciisin. Miss Dcndonn Moss, who will spend tlie week with her. Frank Seay, ol lilytlievlllc. spent cottage , if.crc. I Sunday with Floyd Davis. The bridefjrcom. who is the son! Little Mnry Frances Fields and Mrs. J. J. Jnggcis. i i^,,,,, JD f Dr n week. -••--•- of the city high; has of Mr. i; a- graduate ,-chool and .is how manager o the Main and Franklin service sla- tion. Cnrreat E«nts ; Club Oruniicd A group of younfi matrons have formed a Current Events club vrhich Is to meet twice mbrilhly for the purpose 'of studying the latest world news. There will be no officers, and a day. Mrs. Gamble spent Sunday with . Hclrcjlimcius were served her daughter. Mrs. Lawrence Lm-.e. M'ss McAilnms and the hoiin Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Miller have «» omlcR Bills In their new moved to Bob Harris, farm on lnsc Highway 18. The P. T. A. of I'm l-onc Oak school i5 .sponsoring a Hallowe'en bos supper Tuesday night wilh the proceeds to be used for the school. Prizes will be given for the prettiest girl and the best Hal- lowe'en disguise. Uou'l let them gel a strangle ^ ^ _. ^_. _ (hold Fi^lit (icnr.s f|iiicXly. Creo- lug money nuci fnr the dcdicfttlon , ~ M r ." an( ] "\[ rs . Jack Emery nrc | viilsion combines tin- 1 liesl help: '" •'" -""""" • -• •• il-iiown lo motleni sci3iu-c. Power- 1 nil but huimlc:,;. Pleasaul lo tiikc other 11- ! No narcotics. Your own liruggib mds key- I Is authorized to refund your monc; il your cough or colt moving lo tills community. of the home ecouonnc,s and agriculture building. An interest ing program WHS ei v - : Bacteiia in milk and en or. the recreation of the youth ! miWs c!ll , ,„, k(11( , rt by B of yesterday ar.d Uic youth of 10- j C(t ' lo ,|, c p rol>er pitch, according ion the spot to scientists. not relieved by Crcomnlsion. Adv For goodness soke, go away if you must make so much noise! Driver Grove Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Springer are ; to make their home at Calumet. .Mr. and Mre. George Robertson hove moved. Albert nnrt nichard Hall cf Cnlu- P edicraft Cradle to College J For School, Plav or Lucky is: tlic liUiu buy ur ^irl \vlio lias the privilege of growing up in Pedicraft Shoes. Not only is Pctlicraft it handsome, sturdy shoe that any child is proud to wear, — hut it .fulfills four important, hwVth requirements : 1. Ktfus Ankle linnc Htraijrhl 2. ibtrcnsfricns Niilural Avch ;i. Kxerciscs Toes Prnpcrly i. l>evclo|>s Foot Scientifically Xo\v is the time foi him to st:iri wwirinir 1'cdicraCts. Come in and let \is fit him. «£S8 $9-50 to And you c;m go ihrifty in our EVENING GOWNS Complete Showing of Gordon Socks for Children On fo the Knollwll Caiiu 1 Tonight Good Shoes and Hosiery They take such a litllc of y o u i money, <uul tlvcy g i v t- sudi a lot of c h i i- - Luxt.Ti u u s fabrics . . ;nul • 111 nd'. 1 1' ;i r hetlor 1 li ;i 11 ymi \v o it 1 tl ox- pnci at .-= «; 1 i I I ! o a ; price! #H ty Safin T,ttTcl;i Chiffon Crepes Dresses that reveal your curves . . • drosses Hull cnncoal your curves 1 . Styles :nul si/i-: I' <i r i!vcry- onc ... i" jjloi ions new colors. ;i n <l hbick a n d white. look here—the paper soys to use Crisco because it digests quickly. I wonder if Crisco would help me! Don't mistreat your:digestion. ; Treal it kindly with luscious flaky.Crisco pies and crispy Crisco-fncd foods. Your stomach doesn't IIHVC to work overtime on foods cooked with Crfeo. the light, creamy wholesome fiitthatdigestsquickly. So make nil your favorite pies now witli Crisco! They'll come out of the oven so flaky and golden—not greasy and alow to digest! And fry with Crisco. Xo fear of fat-soaked foods if you fry properly with Crisco---heat your Crisco so hot thai foods are instantly sealed in a crispy brown. They'll actually look "dry-fried." By Crisco's own secrel process sweet pure oils are changetl into a fluffy creamy quick-digesting shortening. And Crisco slays thut way without ice-box help. Always look for tile familiar biue-anrl- white label when you buy CriEco. 'Crisco is p-.icked in sanitary, vacuum-sealed can= for itai'r hculth protection.. Modeled ;it Cooking Schoul-'l'mlay New York Store MACARONI MEDLEY O.op f-twn nn:l pepper. Fry \n Crimea tiVic d-'yat-'- I'Jc (atl mlil cu'dcn hrrmTi. Arf:l trtf at ar.rl Fi-ugr.* Add lo n-,f»i mi\[ i;r ^ Stir v.-c)l. Vu t liaU ol micironi "in taking <^i^h, SprinVIc mlth cheese- Add Ujtruf meal. Mafcr layer <i[ Triararnr.i, cheese, ar.d im-it n^iii, *-avin>; wi^onic rbccM-for the top, Arranj;' 1 r.iuli^o^ cr (1:»* ercla o^t r to]>. i^rxinWc with chcc *v. < 'on-T c'i^h. ("i«.ik in nnnlcnilcly hot-o\cn (3i»'l.) -'J ir.iiute*, Irtmovc cover. B*kc 10 micu'.calccsc.- ualilnicely IruT-nc^. s-*. CRISCO i;cr. u.s.r«x ol. digests tftjtjtjljfaf^ffjtjt IT^o M the Courier News Cooking School, conducted jhis week, Mrs. George Thurn uses and recommends CKIatu, tlie modern, oniek-digesting shortening. •R1V ^f

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