The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1934 · Page 2
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I;' COUB1BE NEWS crcil; >_.;• Social Calendar r* '* SATURDAY'S EVZM'3 i. Children of CoWederacy mccl- Srig with Mlu Nina Barnes,- 3:30 Bom. Mr.: and Mrs. T. C. McEnlyre jOf; Manila announce the blilh of a |Uughter at the Blythevllle hospital this afternoon. Tlie toby has not jet been named ' * « • -H« Club Party. j „ Mrs. Murray Smart and Mrs, tlojin L Flnloy, a membci who .is,in .Memphis for several months, were at the Wednesday Bridge ^clSb parly this week when Mis. J&jrr.cs H Bell was hostess Mrs. W. J. Wundcrllch won (he- prize,' lingerie, in the bridge games ;which followed the serving of the two-course luncheon at small tables. ! • » * U.' D. C Meets :?Th eElliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy met Thursday afternoon at, the home of Mrs. J. W. Bader »jien Mines R B olen U s. .Branson and E. R. Mason were also hostesses. ; T»o jiew* members, Mrs. John ;S^ibthcrman and Miss Martha Robinson, were enrolled. , 'In-'the business session final pfaas were made for the annual stJate convention mhlch meets here October 23, 24 and 25 '_Mrs Joe Dillahunty gave a tnlk on Mtsfi - Emma Sanson nnd a musical number was given bj Miss Laura Hale. " 'Refriuhments were served In the social hour. ; 4 . . tUrcted Ta Board ?At »n educational meeting held In.Ljttle River Wednesday, W. D. McClurkin, superintendent of the BlyUieville schools, was one of the three superintendents named as ;membm of regional educational executive committee governing 19 .counties fn a state curriculum division program s Bits oj Nctts Mostly Personal of MIS. Daoid's mother, Mi*. Pearl Etewarl. Mrs. G. b..Travis and son, Oil) Stewart, returned to their home in Stccle today after several days *l«y'wlth Mrs. Pearl Stcwait, mo- Ihcr of Mrs. Travis. W. M. Pyles, of Hot Springs, who formerly lived here, was In Ihe city Jast night and went to Kennett today. He will return here, for the u-ccfc-Gml us (he e«e.st of his daughter, Mrs. Leslie Hooper, and Mr. Hooper. Elbcrt Huffman was In Memphis Thursday.' Floyd While and son, ulck, will spend tomorrow in Little Rock where they will attend the Arkansas-Baylor football game and (he Rfngling Bros,, circus. Oscar Hardaway |m s returned irom Memphis wiic-rc he allcnderi to business for two days, Miss Huby Ncal, who ivas Injured In an automobile necldeni two weeks ago, Is resting, very well nt the Blylhevllle hospital. Mrs. Bob Chiles, of Osccola Is ivllh her slsler. Miss Jamie Nichols, al the Blythevllle 'hospital. Miss Nichols became worst last night, but is resting fairly Wl! |l today. Mrs. Clovis Crockett and ttnugh- ler, ijnry Alice, are spending today In Kclser with Mrs. Crockett's mother, Mrs, Alice Wilson Mrs. C. L. Nichols, of Keiser, Is here today to be will) her up.uehter, Miss Jamlo, who is ill nc the Blythcville hospital. The Rev. and Mrs. Alfred carpenter will arrive today from pawnee, okta., rmd will be i.t home al 806 w. Ash si The £» M r' , cai 'P e " lc '- w«l mi Ihe Eimilay F "' 5t B "" llst cl ""' ch Mrs John L Finlcy, who Is in Memphis for a few months, was in the city Wednesday and Thursday. ^ i , . Mr and Mrs "Byifcn'"Morse will go to Little Rock tomorrow for the football game and lo visit with their son, Byron, a student at University of Arkansas FajctlcUlle, who will meet them there. Mr ar.d Mrs W. B Tanner and ^son, Jimmle, of Helena, will arrive tomorrow .to spend the weekend with Mrs Tanner's mother, Mrs. T.-J. Mahan. Mrs Otto Kochtitzky oi Columbus, Miss, leturned home today after spending Uo dajn with Mr. and Mrs Ross D Hughw She formerly resided here Bert Stewart left today foi Al- lanta, Ga, and Jacksonville, pla., where he will -visit before going to Norfolk, va, from where he will sail for the Panama Canal where he is now stationed in ihc United Stales Navy He came home ten days ago to be here for the wedding of his sister, Miss Mar)one Stfwart, nnd Mr Frank Alien MeDaniel, of Caruthcralllc Mr and Mrs Frank Allen Daniel hare relumed from a honeymoon spent m Memphis and Djcrsburg Term, and will go to Carulhers- vtlle lotnorron for a ^sit \vith Mr erx parents, after having been La Ferney Baby Dies . «ven old ron of Mr. alld M rs. t 7 n -, , t 7:20 o'clock this morning Puncrnl services will be held this afternoon with Ihe Rev. Bup la Beaslcy otriclatlng. Iiucrmenl will TM,!"n^. n M MBpIc Grovc ""ictery. The cobb Underlnklng connmiiy Is in c).nrgc of fimcral arrangements. Mount Zton Association Will Convene at Lepanto next Montlny, mifl Wednesday, M B ,,e S U "' C '"" Ch - of Wins Trip to Fair LEPANTO, nn., •„ . o on ?, ', " ' Bcroi "twiiVMiss nice on her trip (0 Chicago Friday. Hospital Notes Admitted: Mrs.'r". c. McEnlyre, Ark I, ?' "• Ua ' 10l) ' p Wsvl!le M ? ," Dixlc Iiore "' Mnnii ": John Foster, Haytl, Mo . ; „„,„„. ,,? 1 ^ Otcr> Mo - ; Eve| y" Jn "^ a id, Clear Lake. DI S ml«eci: Wilton Fowler, Holland, Mo.; Mrs. •I. J. Johnson, city; U'nlmadgo Luckcy, Half Jfoon. •f* BLYTHEVILLE SS 13 SOUTH 2nd ST. - OPI'OSITK I.AUNDKY 2 Performances ' ' THE OKJGINAI/ GENTRY BROS. Trained Animal Show and Circus Combined — _.._-*-- ••/. • 100 HIGHLY EDUCATED ANIMALS KAPITAN- ;'^ SEVERAL ADDED -EUROPEAN NOVELTIES ^Steincr Trio ASL Powell Family NEVER BEFORE AT SUCH I>1UCES CHILDREN ' ADULTS 25c 35c Kitchen Problems Will Find Practical Answers at School 'Please tell me how lo make 'a good mcrlnipic," Is one of the questions asked most frequently ol Miss Edna Ferguson, who opens lier big cooking school next Tuesday in Ihe city niidllorUim. "The answer to that Is easy and lo a lot, of other questions which bather good housekeepers anil keep them struggling In their kitchens." declared Mtss Ferguson. "My kitchen at the cooking school will show Die newest ways nwl means of simplifying all cookery, and my dully talks will cover nil' tlir.w Jxj- thcrsoine polnUs on technique, Ingredients, oven temperature and every other step'in simple cookery." As plans for the big cooking school ut Ihe city auditorium next week draw to a close, It is more nnd more evident lhat there will be a mighly good time had by everyone who attends, Questions asked by Ihe women who attend will receive n prompt answer and a correct one. But, every pupil Is urged to bring a note book or some paper, nc or two sharpened pencils or a fountain pen, besides a pair of good ears and a nose to smell the good things cooking on Ihe platform, she will need » pair of eyes loo to see how Miss Ferguson mixes, stirs and bents while she talks. Dishes go Into Ihe oven and out aualii. she will niake ft gorgeous salad one day, Ice a cake, make a inclllngly yood t'le. Him out a roast worthy'of the finest chef in lite land. "The women of DlylScvllle .irn irged to bring their housekeeping problems, especially tlieh- cookery questions lo Ihe cooking school," said Miss Ferguson in nn interview about tlie school. As a setting for the cookery demonstrations a kitchen is belli" constructed on the stage of the city •iiidltorium. It is to be a real kit- Jlicii wllh the ranee attached and working, a refrigerator, kitchen cabinet., work tables, ami all the iinnU necessary utensils needed by Miss Ferguson in her work, she will talk from the midst of this kitchen, making hew dishes at the same time. Each day's program Is different, filled with valuable, new information, suggestions, helps and ideas /or housekeepers of every kind The brides of Blythevllle arc especially invited for Miss Ferguson feels that these new housckcepsrs will rind the ; demonstrations unusually helpful and every discussion full O f wens which iviil solve the bothersome problems of a new kitchen and new duties. Bui there are new recipes of great interest to experienced homcmak- ers as well, to, add to those which are already favorites in Ihcir homes- neiv methods of mixing and cooking; new theories about food preservation; new suggestions for cooking In Ihe refrigerator. Tlie modern housekeeper knows Dial her refrigerator not only keeps the fam- Iy food at sale temperature, but H can mnkc cakes for her, frozen desserts and salads lo enliven the m:nus and in other ways simplify the cooking. Tlie cooking school opens Tuesday „(, u o'clock and continues through Friday nflcrnoon. Gift bas- Don't Trifle'With Coughs Don't Id them get a strangle hold. Fight them quickly. Crcomnl- EVOII combines 7 helps In one. Powerful but harmless. Pleasant, to take. No nafcolics. Your own dntB- Cist is iiiilhorkcd (o rcfimcl yo.ir money on the spol if your cot](jh or cold is not relieved by Creo- mulslon. _ Adv _ 8 kels of Bi-oeeries, dishes cooked on tie platform, and many tta'' nanahouM «IH IK a part of (he big Ea i,, .,,_ tram or Friday. E " ' ro " Every (lay's pi-ojram coirtalns sur prises. Every day . fs , reo . T " n n?v, r > Cr ,n CW , S lirgcs cvcr >' 'vonmn.o Blythcv lie lo he I is guest at ev B Hornersvillo Society — Personal Mrs. Russlolt, nnd Louis Pull- bright, of Carmi, in., arrived Tiles- clay lo visll the family or their nephew and cousin,.Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lewis. B. P. Parks and Etirl Pone.drove to Naylor Monday afternoon to aUcnd the Masonic Lodge meet- Miss Jessie Tluvcatt, of Leaeli- 'illc, Ark., ivas a guest of Miss Evelyn Rose Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Pal Bi'irllwm,' Mr, md MI-S; John Dean were visitors in nij'lheville- Sunday afternoon Mrs. Koscoc Goff left Monday for Covniglon, Tenn., to visit"her parents, Mr. and Mrs j j Bar •noft. Mrs. Zelln Mae Glass, went to Memphis Saturday to visit tlio family of her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Prcsson. Mrs. S. J. Blakemore, of Carufn- ersville, was a visitor in Horners- vlllc Wednesday. Mrs. It. M. McCateb and daughter, Miss Irene, Mrs. Earl Huffln Mrs. w. A, McCaleb, Mr. and Mrs'. w. C. Hayes, spent Thursday in Memphis. Tlie Rev. c. N. Gaines, pastor of (he si. .E. church, was called to Steclc Sunday to conduct the funeral of O. G. Bowcn who died suddenly Friday, and was a very close friend of Ihe izev. Games. He was accompanied to Steclo by Mrs. Vcrnic Hatcher nnd daughr B. P. Hiehflll drove to Blytheville Saturday afternoon and went o St. Louis Sunday to attend tin World Series. Mr. aild Mrs. G. B. Kenley vis lied In Blyllicrillc Sunday ' The manager of Ihc E. c Hob- inson Lumber Co., of Kcnnett, and Charlie Eubanks attended to business here Monday. Earl Kennelt, of I^achville, spent feunriay here with his sister Mrs. .1. L. Rose, his brothers, A V and T. z. Kcnnett. ' Mrs. Ethel Shepherd, and Mrs "'"" spent •"- • Mrs. C,. A. Tiirlncs and Mrs. Van Grantham attended the Grand ' 666 Noso k M ,' ' ecks Malaria In 3 toys, C olSs fittl day, Heartaches or Neuralgia In 30 minutes. Vine Laxnlivc <md Tonic Most Speedy Remedies Known Phone 777 At Nishl—Sunday—Anj-ffme tor Quick and Dependable Wrecker Service Phillip's Motor Co. NOTICE AH State and County Taxes Must Be Paid On or Before October is, 1934 in order to avoid penalties This applies to partial payments on which balance is due as well as taxes on which no payments have been made. Clarence H. Wilson, Mississippi County Sheriff & Collector FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1934-, New Pastor and His Wife Marllm Wlnborn gavs :i vocal idle "My Talk" ivjlh Mrs. Morrison si. the piano. Miss Luna 13, Wil- liclm spoke on "Character Education for Adolescence In the Home and the School" and the Rev. .V. V. Womack, pastor of the First Methodist church, spoke on "The Tenclier, n Vital Fiictor in Character EiUicatlon," Mrs. U. A. Lynch installed these officers: Mrs. \V. A. Dobyns, president; Mrs. M. O. Usrcy, flrst vice- jresittciit; Miss Rosa M. Hardy, fecoml vice-president; Mis. E,' P. Blomcycr, secretary; Mrs. M. Jontz, Irciusm-cr; Mrs. 1,. K. Old, corresponding secretary; Mis. U. S. Branson, historian; Mrs. George The Rev. and Mrs. V. E. Buherworln. late of El Cenlro, Cal., will l:e guests of honor at an outing Sunday at Grlder park, given by the Pii-sl Christian churches of Blythevllle and Osceola. The Rev. Mr. Bulterworth Is the new pastor of these churches. Chapter of the O.E.S. in St. Louis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoc Brewer, of 3:irdirell, Mr. and Mrs. Oscnr Diiinpscy nncl son, Hlghflll, and Mi'.?, Bill Dcnipsey, left Monday for Webb City, Mo., to visit Bill Dcmp- sey, who Is a patient In the Webb ity Hospital. Mrs, Hoberl KllUim cntciinlncil it the home ol her mother, Mrs. Fleeiuan ,of Manila, Thursday evening, with a bridge party. Mrs. Clark Ken netL, Miss Zetta Mae Glass, Mrs. Palt Burlison, Mrs. John Deun, Miss Mattlc Suil Tinlin, Mrs. Marvin Hairc, and Miss Cora Bryant, were guests from ilorjiereville. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hnrkcy were called to C«j)e Olrnrdcau Thursday, to be at the bed side of their foster daughter, Mrs. Homer Cooper, who is in the' St; Francis hospital. Her condition is. slightly improved. The Old Fiddlers contest, sponsored by the Anderson store Co., was a great success, having eleven contestants. Pirsl place was «'on uy Walter Harkcy, of cjeueva. Second place by Mr. Tlmniioml, of Loachvllle, third place by Ewing Mansfield, of Horncrsville. Mtacs Kiy and May parks, Kit,y Adklns, Iinogcne Maybcrry, and Pat Young, diove to KcnnctL Sunday afternoon, where thyc went for an airplane vide. Mrs. Bcrnlcc Parker and graiid- daiighler, Jane Davis, of Ada, are iicrc visiting (he family of Mrs. ; Parker's daughter, Mr. and Mrs." D, A. Ruffin. •The Rev. Tom Davis, of Hiniia, was a visitor in Hornersville Mon- 1ay. Miss Margie-Lee, of Paragould, spent the week end here as guest of Miss Ruth Simpklhs. P. T. A. News The Junior High P. T. A. met Wednesday when Mrs. C. w. Afflick, program chairman, presented these numbers'. "President's Message", Mrs. AUlick; talk "Problems Arising Betw^n /Vin1n<-'"'"ts and the Parents" Mfss Hazel .Slpi^ pie; talk "Are You a uiown-wj 1'arent?" Mrs. James Hill, Jr.; solo "My Task" Miss Martha Winburn witli Miss Alargarct Men-Hi ai the piano. Mrs. A. M. Washburn, new president, presided over the business meeting. Announcement of the county council mee'rlii}? H 1 wi* 1 vine on October 10 imct pj) £5i3 slate meeting at. ron c-m,..i _" November 7, 8 and D, was made. Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, project chairman, announced the football boys had physical examinations, she also urged mothers to sign letters to have children examined for tuberculosis. Plans were made for the annual Hal- lowe'en carnival. The $1 attendance prize went lo Miss Mary Emma Hood's room. There were 51 mothers present. The Senior High p. T. A. met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Selma Lenta Morrison, leader of the program on "Home nnd School Cooperation in a Chnractor Education Program." Mre. L. B. Old gave the president's message, Miss HUSKY THROATS Overtaxed by THIS POLICEMAN WATCHES YOUR COAL PILE Hunt, parliamentarian. •] TJicsc committee chairman werc< announced: Finance, .Mrs. Arili! Lindsay; Hospitality, Mrs. c g / Stevens; Membership, Mrs, \y. I. Osborne; Program, Mrs. A Q Blaylock; Publicity, Mrs. Roinnii' Wolfort; publication, Mrs. G. \y. Dillahunty; Project, Mrs. Zal fj.' Harrison; Student Loan, Mrs, n] A. Lynch; Music, Mrs. Selma Lent'/! Morrison, A welcome was emended (he iicy. 1 '. mothers from junior high school nnd tlie new teachers. . -i U was decided to have a ica nr- tlie next meeting. Miss Frances Miller's 'room won the $1 attendance prize. THE WISE O1D OWL . . USE POOR FUEL AND OFGXIRSE YOU MUST TRAIL ?N THE OTHER FEIUDW'S DUST.' SMOOTHER. PERFORMANCE. mum FIVE MINUTES FROM THE SHOPPING CENTER AS-TO PRICE • • • ROOM WITH PRIVATE TUB AND SHOWER BATH FROM I I OUR coal pile ] a5 i s „ Iot longer when ihc Healrola is on duty in your home. Cuts fuel hills T/3 to 1/2-and delivers more warmth than any barpain- priceii, makeshift cabinet licator. Tho Hcalrota actually buys j(. self with iis fud savings. Then keeps on nutlinff money inlo your jioclrrt every year. Trijnk- thc Hcattola's scientific construction for that. And ll.ank the Hcalrola'a heavy-weight construction for many years of repair-free upkeep. If you arc goiiu; to K cl n hrma heater this season, think of first cost last. 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