The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1934 · Page 1
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 17, 1934
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rwo Crete: ORK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOgER 17, Social Calendar TJiURbUrVY'S tVENTS MIS h. H, Hourtiins enteriain- ing JUij-./nyA triage club .irju^rti f.-i-, A meeting 2:30 P-m. , , Mrs. Everett :'B.: Gee hostess to Thursday - LuHchc-on .club, Mrs oanol Blahemore enlerlaln- liig IhUTsaay Contract club uance at ihc Country club, 8:30 pjn. 4 ' FRIDAY'S bVENlS Literary,, <depai Intent, Woman's cluu, meatUtg"!>lth Mrs James niil, Ji, Uu/\bnlokasawDa A\e, '•>!'• w Vi v ' , <'• Mississippi Copnly Council P.T.A. mit-tiug M LtWauile, u.,Ht,A. M. H}-h>h}-Ny Sunday school class , Ftisi Baptist churcnWeeung ,1:30 •with Mrs. E. R. Jackson, 1412 W. Main Shirley Tgnijile is A Flop! Cr.-iSE Meets. ' j Plans foi the turning year's worn weic made bj tne Lurciis bunday school class ol ' me I'lrst-j Baptist. church in n' meeting frrl- flFiy.-'tvcp.lhg'HI me home oi'Mrs. J W Jenkins , Al\m hotitiy, 'ftho, with Mrs. {Kile) uaa a \tsuor, conducted l'ie devotional nnd Mis W. M. Crow, preswenl, picstaed In Ihe business' session In ^hc social houi a salnd wns servea '.with cake and hoi cnoco- late. A. :*. .A titcrarj Department Beg I ns' Yt K r's Wprk. The Literary department of Ihc Woman's cluo Mill mctl 1'riday afternoon , J o clock at the home; 01 ( Mrs Jamc'. Hill, Jr, lt»7 chiciasawba A\e All numbers of the club who art Imucsled In llleraiy things nr< uipcd Ib attend At this time vie work lor. the yeai OT!I ue oUciicsca anH the oiganlialion oi fits department pcrlccted I !«/•«».• Sen Born. A son was born Mondaj night U Mr and M:s Wendell Phillips at ihc loinlly home on Uougun A\c Ihe bao}, \vlio ueiglw nine pounds, has been named James Wendell PhillJi s * * V Blytbfulle Boy;, Orch«tr» Making Good J T -Sudbury, of this city,- and his orchestj-a which iccently returned frojn a summer tour of Europe where they played at leading places of amusement in lomist cities, is the leading orchestra at the » University oj Alabama, according to dispatches from Tusciloosa. The 'Crimson Tide' plass night ly at a popular restaurant in' ad aition to their engagement, 1 ; for dances ^11 lire members ale stu dents at the school Officers, GJivir To Meet Tonight Officers and choir members o! the First Christian church ,uil havs a call meeting this caning. 7:15 o'clock Many Marry Among ihe large number of marriages performed here recently a re- MUS ima Peacock of Burdctte and James Tate, of Luxora, by the RCV. H D Monlgoiuerj, MISS Odell Delan cy and James Melton Walker boLi of Blythcvllle, Miss Dorris Younj and Ronljnd Howard both of Blythertlle, by the Rev. w j l>Eo>, Miss Lorctts English cind Bsrnard Mullms both of Manila, by the Rev J BhifTord Oaldwcll- Miss Berita WaUins and Joe Hovre ooth of steeje, by Justice G J Walker, MISS Lorlne Lowery and Robert Bteiens, bath of Manila by tlie .Ke-i j w Moore, Mbs Alta scotl and A N Smith, both of Manila by the Rev J w Moore; Miss Marguerite Louise Wood, of osce- 11 a D d ^* D stettart . of Blythe- i'"f' ^ tl)e R « J BlufTom cald- «««, Miss Evelyn Walters nnd Wil- Jiam Springer, both of here, by tl K rimt dossn't look like a very complimentary sketch mile Shlricy rcmple has druvvn of Dm, Thomas, Hollywood correspondent, but he cant help adniirinB her, anyway, «s this picture of the uvo shows. D»n d 0 M,rt. B lvc the ctever little movie sfar much credit as an artist, but «., „„ ,,c(r MS - W cli. ask any yojingster In America. , bolh of here, by Hie Rev., n. A Klmbrough; Miss'' iMnbel Voorhles and Elvln liush, of. Uotto, Ark by Justice A. T. Hnrshman. Has Club Parly. * * Mrs. Harry- Kirby used a. pink motif in Her .decorations for the bridge luncheon when she lincl mcvnbsrs ol the Tuesday Bridge clul) nnd Mrs. Earl Koontz, of Fulton, Mo., who Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. E. M. Bryan, Tlie t'«;o course menu was served in.thc dining room with tlie centerpiece of pinx snapdragons nnd roses flanked with (upcrs In the same shade. i-' brlct B c KM\es Mrs. M. .A, cs Woir'bath powder. Huec Freslmian COLUMBIA, Mo. (UP) — ]>crry Weaver, freshman in the University ol Missouri from New London Mo., is six 'feet mid seven Inches tall. .'•• i."'' TOO LATE TO Wanted To rent a goo<l [liiiuo for-year. v. E. Butlcrwortli. plionc VOi-J. I7pk22 • SCHOOL BUS FOB SALE One Dodge School BUS,.'Seating capacity. 45 children, new paint, now upholstery, good condition in every way. Price reasonable. C. B. Wood ( Motor Company, Luxora, Ark. I7c k24 " ttnd OeofS* Cannon, of Tomato, by the Rev J Stafford CiMuell, Mis, Clarence H 1? ^ A ^' n HOWd1 ' bt>l!l Ot Holland bj the Rey ' J fil uff ord Caldftcll, Miss Birdie 'Peters anl Woodtow Woodhous- both of Ar raorcl, b/thej'Rcy, R B Kilgore u ' Huflman, f Roseland, by the Rev W V -Womack, Miss o'- Brion perdue and w % 'M Ethrldgc Thousands of Women-Sa You U be the Leading Lady in the Fashions for BHONE 134 FARMERS BANK !&^TRUSTCO. IN8CTUNCI DEFT. Afternoon, Cocktail, i:\cnmir IVocks I'hrillin? nc« - fashions :f Bagdad Crerie. Waffle Crepe, Trtftcta, S.llin '•accd Crepe and Velvet w i t h cntraucinp li'in\nHf4 s s of Aslruk- tran, Ostrich and Mcl- ilic cfTecis. ^ V Ulack - Green Clay Husl lirt.wn - White And soft shades of '"ink, liltie and Green. Miss Whitsitfs Shop Bits oj A/cits Mostly Personal and Mrs. Arlln Baker loiit Wednesday night. Albert Odlc Is sDentliiiB a few nays with Uuford Hayjiw. Miss Georgia Thomas, o[ Steolc, Mo., spent the week-end with her cousin, Miss Louise Via. •' Mrs. Mamie Hancock lia<l as her dinner guest Sunday Mrs. Hughes, of clear Lake fnrin. Miss Clarllwl East uptM Sunday with Miss Bniclc Lunsford Rev. W. H. Horn filled .Ms regular appointment here Saturday niglit ami Sunday. Willie Thornton spent, Sunday In Memphis. visited her nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hayes. Rev. and Mrs. j. R. Bulllngton and Mrs. J. W. Rhodes drove to St. Louis Sunday where Mrs. Bulling- lon will. receive medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Jos Hamelbitck have moved In the J. W. Johnson property formerly occupied by sid IXmd and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. Earnest ilalscll iwc returned Irom it brbc stay Ash Pint, Ark, Drs. Cf.rl. and Edna Nics, Mr. Mrs. Paul Orecnwcll and Mr. Mrs. J. F. Lentl iillendefl he 'l,.ncc at llnyti Monday evcn- ng when Herbert. Mahler and his L'chesti'H played. Mrs. J. G. Collier, of Shaw, Miss, •ho has-:been' visiting her dnngli- cr, Mrs. T. J. Burton, for' Severn) ays, Is returning to her home to- ny. Sara Lou McCutchcn, who is ill 1 the Memphis Baptist hospital, Is ettcr today, she will probably be rought home Friday. ... "*. Mrs. J. Ernest Hasson and datifh- !v, Miss Marguerite, have return- d from n two days stay in Mem- ihis. ' ' • Clear Lake Mr. and Mrs. J. M. llnynes were ailed lo Tennessee by the "illness )f the lattcr's. brother, Mr. Dnll tanfield. " Mr. and Mrs. ..Bud Craig and amily spent Sunday in Slc'ele, Mo. vith the hitler's parents, Mr. and Urs. Will Via. Mr. and MIS Mil ford Miller pent Sntmdaj in Bljthevllle with Mr. and Mrs. Grndlc'Golf:" Mr. and Mrs o T via oni,ei allied with i shoncr parti for Mr Hayti Society-Personal Mrs, Carflc Meatlc and nephew, Russell Tliornell, spent •• the weekend nl Point Pleasant, Mo., will) Mrs. Mrntte's brother, W. W. Laws, and faintly. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Dyars jr. entertained with a party for their dniigliter, Barbara, Saturday afternoon, tile occasion being her seventh birthday. Seventeen of her little friends helped celebrate. Clara Ellen Popham. Geneva Winters mid nose Wanda Hedge won prizes. Miss Martlia Walker returned Saturday from St. Louis where she Imd bseri attending 'session of the Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Miss Walker went as n proxy for the worthy matron. Mrs. E. K. Sfckery and children, Frieda and Charley, of Lilbonrn, were tlie guests of Mr. and Mrs. the afternoon they drove to Lux- Wolf Khouric Sunday afternoon. In ora, Ark., and visited with N. Far- deecy utid family. Carl Baskins, who is a member of tlie state board, of pharmacy, is in Kansas City oh; business. -Mrs. L. C.-.-AverlU returned Saturday from St.vLouls where she Reece Newg Mr. and Mrs. Houston SkelUm and family and Mr. and Mrs. Her- mtui Hitlcnberry and baby sjwiit Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Skellon. v Tlie Home Deinonsvriu-.on club has planned u pie supper for p r i- day night, October 19, for the benc- Soiiiething New! REALISTIC 'FLOWERS <..'• ' ' - - 1 " 1 See those beautiful' liaml-made flowers a t tlie Cooking School this week. Sec how Miss Ferguson uses them for decorating tlie home and for iiei-sonal wear. Special Orders Corsages §1.25 Dozen Hoses - - §4 • Mrs. Geo. W. Barham Phone 428-J hi of the community kitchen. Ev-- eryone is invited. ' Miss Ituby Diekson spent tl'p week end with Miss Wanda ' Lee Whither. . Mr. and Mrs. Pat .Hargc-tt,spent.'f»s by ,a;).'£ri'e)j.^womanj ' Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs E, H, Cildwell. ". . ' ',:' A initUori stars .were puf |n nieip cxacrplaces cri'a map oj (he hcav- DON ? Suffer* j y<ea|<ened arc)ies! Gome in Aari^^jrifofii obligation, ' try on a pair o( Brbwr^fcjcit Science Health Shoes! In them ? your' melafarsa! arch will be supported in'iii correct position, yoj Will find weicbme relief from foot ills . . and at lajt . . Be Comfortable! hi Tread- Slraight Shoes Wliy not let an expert HI your shoes? T.ich member of cur staff is gualiftcd by years of experience in the shoe business. ^Approved by Edna M. Ferguson in (he Caufier News Cookinf Scliool Miss Ferguson says of Browii-nill Tread-Straight shots: "I've never s«n a finer, more practical sboc for ihe woman who suffers with h'l* feet." All Tread-Straight Shoes at Popular Prices BERGER'S nsco is and easifa M'rt 4- ^7 ** " ^^c/o/c/t/5 says Mrs. Mary Johns CRISCO is the creamy quick-digesting fat /.Mrs. Mary Johns, being ft Southerner; loves lo make gingerbread and fry Southern chicken. And her children, Louise, Slalmwnd Jeanclte, love to eal them. Mrs. Johns says: "Inner give the children heavy foods that are hard on ihe digestive organs. That's win/1 prefer Crisco—it is light and easily digested—il doesn't, make food greasy or oner-rich. Gingerbread is my specialty'^-if I don't make il often, I hear about it — and it never disagrees, be~ cause I alimys tee Crisco." MRS. JOHNS' WHOLE WHEAT GINGERBREAD j~O H N S ' STORY I N P I C T U R E S GoodyI Making gingerbread? Look .how creamy it ii, Louise. It make i food ligVil and drgetlible Your Southern fried chicken it peifeel, deorl It isn't g'eaiy and hord-lO'digeit, became I fry.Ti in CRISCO. I told Lou fie today thotCRi&CO n heaElhy, became it's quick- dig citing fat. $H ciip Crisco 5s ci]]i IJKlu brown stigiir, sifted 2CEB3 1 cnt> moliisscs 1>5 c»p s n-hito flour n soila (s/ic uses irfto/c wheat nntl Crisco. Because both arc digestible!) 1 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 (Caspoon ylngor 1: tcas[)uoii ci on a raon 1 iKisiKirin nutmeg 1 cu/) ivJiolc wheat flour. li cup milk . . .; ' Savo yoitr mhing lima Measure Crisco (tho crftamy tlivcsiibfe shoripnTngt, brown sugar, eggs and molasses into mixing Iwivl. Deal all logoilier In one easy stirring. Sifi mi dry ingredients except whole wheat flour—then mix in Nvholo wheat flour. Add dry In- grwlicnts lo Crisco mixture altcnnlcly with rm'ik, Brat 1 minute. Pour Into large sheet pan <8" x 12") or 2 rake pans (7" x 7") nibixxl with Crisco. Bake In innitrrntA oven (1AO* F.)"for 30 to 35 nitiutle*. n*- lirious, w:r\*cd warm—cilhcr Dlalii—or aa a de«»wt with swretcncd wlilnpod crc-im. • At the Courier News Cooking School, conducted this week in the City Hall Auditorium, Miss Kdna M. Ferguson uses and recom- ' mends' CKISCO, the modern, quick-digesting shortening. R1SCO digests quickly SlXl. U. i !•*!. OF* . -^ • •'< j - _ 7 Get tins $ 1 COOK BOOK for only Success JisScs hj Sarih FicH SjBnl, food ciilor, SfcCall't Mnaiir.e—UH dljc-«l*l» Oisto w "d"'f h l° ! cool:inE llcl n-i» ho.-o for you in this rield Rpjint, whose cooking dRnarltncrit is such an ' beautiful McCall's tnagazitie. Copiously illustrated, uonable ways to serve. Chapters on menus, meal "•your kftclfen' S ° C01nplcte you doil ' t n « d snothe^cook boct i u P !iwtc '^ °° k b * '" lionk stores for less i! - vou raail « wapper from a 3-!b. can of CRISCO.' PROCTER & GAMBLE, Dept. A 1>. O. Uoi 817, Cincinnati, Ohio. I enclose 25 «ot« «i«l tb« ouUiili! w.-ippcr tton a 3-lb. can of Crisco. S«id VTke Ail ol Cocking and Serving" by Sarah fiAi Splint, to SJrcei Address City ..Slate.. LUCKY DEVIL'S FOOD CAKE (ilrs. Johns MBS "Rich as il Is. fl's altcayi H'jM anrf dJffesIt&fc iz^lCt Criscol") M cui> Crisco . . ;• " .. i cup tblck sour milk 1 H ™ps siigar Ji tc-isiwon soda. 3 ryits - 1 irasixxra vauiu* ?i Clip COCO.T 2 cups flour,y, cup tint water- 1 . 2 teaspoons baking iiowiV . Btenrl fluflv Crisco. sugar and cg«s tnorougWy ta on« operation. " (Note how easily and MtU&cloril>- • ffiK* sor«ral<>, rtimcull operations are now ™ mb M>« "; «« Kith the hell, or Crisco. which comra w W»J»«JJ5 croam«l.) Itatt cocoa in tot waWr ra.ti .smooth Md add to first mixture.. Then »<W m" 1 fcw'P" * vf &* nnd flavoring and lastly sltr la flour, rait and 1 brtlrjR iwwdcr which havo.bocn sifted lOBCt her. Dako ttt Crlscocd 8-inc)l layer rak«.|nns '"•' n <»^'«.<>'« «.»• r.) fof.sboirt 20.iplmjl»i This^aljK.lhrw hrgo hycrs which may Ijo'lccd, with ; tho toBowtal Idng: Cook 1 }{ Clips Era""^'" 1 *»&? anrt ."''"S? 0 ' tall with IS cup water 10 n tempera! urc, of 238 s K. <* uiilll svrup forms a toft .ball ta cold water. PBTH nlmvlv over 3 egg wlillffl l»»kn stiff, beating miilur* a? JottrtoM: Witlo Iclpg Utall].hM,f6lo b 12 manh- mallows which havtjlKea cut in piww.- bott'uatU'of •• a consistency to spi-'oad. • . • All Mcasti'cmmls l.tal Recipes testtd and approverl l>y Oood IToUBckccpIni! Instlluto., Crisco ti thCT- ' l>y Ooo oUBcccpni! nsu., rsco CTtjis- tcred itadcrairk or a.sborleolns tau'v^iclurnl by tba Procter t Oimblo Co. • • : : . .-•-••• • • •

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