The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 21, 1932
Page 2
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PAGB tWO BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society Calendar Bits oj Ntt£& Mostly Personal "A UTILITARIAN MATERIAL HAS TURNED "•Err- A GAP AND' SCARF OF 8RIGHT RED CORDUPOy. Executive botrd meettag of Women's duo &t 2 P. -Si-'/ followed by meeting of civic detriment at 3 P. M.- ' ' SttunUr , Benefit Birden bridge party at Rome of Mrs. B. A. Lynch >t 2:30 p.m. for Central Ward P. T. A, Announcement lias been made of the nuirrUie of Miss Kmma J.tar-i g»ref ttfrunk to Mr. Charles T; StuujrtUn'; jr.; which was sofemnlzed September -third. The service' was read bv the Rev. Carlctou R. Wade, al the Eastwood Memorial Methodist church of C»rutlicrsvll!c, Mo. Tlie bride has mndo her homo here for several years with her brother, C .A. Elfttmk, and Mrs. El- Iranlt. she formerly lived at Lutesville, Mo. Mr. Sh»mblln. who Is' tlio*so» ol Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ti Sliamblin, Is In business hvc. • • • U. D. C. Members Amnfe Scrap Book. Several members of tlic Elliott Fletcher -chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy spent yesterday arranging a scrap book, to be sent to the state convention meeting In Hot Springs next month. This book contains matters of local, state and miscellaneous Interest of southern history, ntlractive- ly prepared according to DKSC divisions. At this meeting, held nt the Woman's club, a luncheon was served at noon. Mrs. E. B. Began of Uix- ora,' chairman of the committee. Mrs. Sue Brown, also, of Luxora, Mesdanies j. W. Bader, James B. Clark, R. 3. Molt, A. M. Urnn- son, B. R. Allen, Spurgeon Patterson and Hubert Potter were present. • • • Cemelerjr Association Dtecusifd Winter's Work. Whether or not, 'the Majile Grove Cemetery will be cored for during the winter was discussed nt A mcet- •ing of the association yesterday afternoon at the Iromo of Mrs. J. O. Sudbury. The members' present voted to have the cemetery cleaned whenever funds were available and planned to work out a project for new month by i(hicri tbji money julght be raised. la the social half hour tlie hostess, assisted by her daughter, Miss Tabltha, served a plate lunch. Club Ru G«t*ts. Two tables of guests were included In the party ol the Young Matrons Bridge club Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Rllcy B. Jones was hostess. They were: Mesdtimes W. G. Card of Wilson, J. H. El- klns, Charles Crlggcr jr., Wallter H Baker, R. N. Ware jr., Loy Welch Bill Dolan, J. W. Adams, C. W. Write and Raymond'Ciirlin For prizes Mrs. W C. Hlgginson received linen towels for h«nor. wnonj the club members and tht guest award, n lamp; went to Mrs Welch. A tuns, aspic was served with en napes, cherry tarts and coffee. * • • Ctab Kennies Parties. The Tuesday Contract club ha Its first weekly party of the wlntc season yesterday with Mrs. W. Leo Smith as hostess. Mrs. E. B. Wood son was a guest. Mrs. c. R. B'abcock won tli prize, a doable deck of cards. A sal«d plate refreshed the U tables of players. ^ABOVF-A TWO-PIECE FROGKOF HAW CORCUROV ,S COLLAR MLD GUFFS OF WHITE WIDE-WALE -AOAMGEFCOCK Or- TWO SHADES OF GREEN CORDUROY. THE DARKER GRttiN ISUSEDTORTHEFLCWJEP •EPAULETS'. y for several jlays, spoke to tile nge school assembly today of his Mrlenccs in capturing whnlis. tnlk was made more Inierest- by a whale chnrt displayed. vrx Birthday Dinner. Mrs. M. J. Parsley was hostess eight- Biiesls Sunday for a din- r parly complimenting Miss Edna ny Parsley who was 18 years old nd Sam Bass who was celebrating is Cist birthday. The tablo was. flally deputed Ith autumn flowers with two rthtiay cakes for the centerpiece. A four course menu was served. i P. T. A. Has First MetlLns of Year. The Parent-Teacher assodatio of the Lange elementary school hn the first meeting of the school y yestterday with Mrs: J. E. Cn presiding. The new officers are: Mrs. H. G Smith, president; Mrs. J. E. Cri vice president; Miss Gladys Ha din, recording secretary; Mrs. A Clements Rimer, corrcsjxxiding sf retary; Mrs. Thurmaii Atki treasurer. •.'•'' Mrs. S. J. Cohen, chairman the finance committee, 'has ma arrangements for a-.tag day to held Saturday. Octob:r 1. II < voted to purchase .books for first and second grade libraries and to purchase a valley ball for the boys. . •- .. ':' : '• : I .* '•''«•'» Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Dlllahuniy liave as ihelr gucsi for several days their son, Joe 8. Dlllalmnty jr., of Clarksilale, Miss. Dr. C. E. Wilson, who has been 111 from rheumatism lor lliree weeks, is now slowly Improving. Arilcn B. Crowder, who underwent an emergency operation for appendicitis at the Arkansas Bap. list hospital at, Little Hock ten days ago, has returned ho:iie. He If able to be out. Snm Uvlne of New York city, who Is the guest, ot Mr. and Mrs. ' William Barowsky and Mr. and Mrs. Max Barowsky at Manila, was In the city Sunday night as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal. Mrs. Elton w. Kirby has returned from several weeks stay in DCS Molncs, Iowa, and Kansas Clly. Mrs. L. B. Wilhelm, who broke her arm several days ago In a. fall, Is resting very well at her homo on Chickasawb.i avenue. MM. John D. Matthews and! Mrs. A. H. Burch entertained three children of Mlnter City, Mis-: eiaht friends at bridge at her siislpiil, tire guests ot Mr. and. Mrs.'.home rusre Tuesday afternoon. B. M. Matthews and Mr. and Sirs, i High score prize was awarded Osceo/o Society— Personal C. J. Little. -Mrs. R. A. Cartwright. Miss Spen- Mrs. Godfrey While and dough- ccr Buck cut consolation favor. ler. Ann Comvay, of Osccola, were in the city Monday for a brief vis- The Methodist Woman's Mis- it with Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway. slonnry Society met Monday af- Mlss Ola. Bob Harris is spend-1 lernoon in the church parlors for tug today in Memphis: a program meeting, which was Mrs. W. G. Card of Wilson isi^ bv Mrs. O. W. Knight. Mrs. the hous-eguest- of Mr. and Mrs. i Margaret Barbiets read a paper Rllcy B. Jones for several days. on China and Mrs. W. L, Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Graham have ! a PaP" on spiritual life, as their guests Mr. Graham's bro-' members were present, thcrs, G. M. Graham of Colorado, Springs, Col., and A. O. Graham. 1 - efl of allcUc, Wyo., who came to bo! 11 ! 55 --, with tfcelr mother who died yes- Twelve Alexander of GrcenvlUc, s P cnt tne wcek -° ncl wltn ln Osccola. ISTER MARY'S KITCHEN BY SISTO! MAllY NEA Smite Writer Although jiotaio cookery trcmcly shniile, and lion are required to cook perfectly even EO ccr.i:r.on a dish as iiiain toiled iioutcjs. Too often cai'^lpss fc-okiti^ ^enris to 0'ir hnve lost much of Iheir nafnv.l fuoil vain?. Most children l:ke potatoes awl if the vegetable if properly cooked, it gives excellent _returns^ icr [he tr.oncy fact, one medium-sized potato-- ipiop^rly cooked—yields the is i'X- tunc-nnl c! iron uroms as one alien- of buef 23-4 by 1 1-2 by 3-1 |the meat I based on boiled poraloe.-,. Of [•oiirec 1 . potatoes for boiling may l:o ccokcd peeled or unjKelctl, but -since valuable mineral satus and nutriments arc lobt in tlie water during -cooking when potatccs arc peeled. It is advisable to ccok them "hi their jackets". If potatoes are cooked without tho skins, they should be pared : iarcj ihiiily us possible and the water sil : ';in "which they arc ccokod r.sed in uc!i?s. Tiiey also contain an alkaline salt which is beneficial in 'j!t- settincf the acid-forming salts 01 meat. Herein lies tlieir value as an accompaniment to incats. I'l^cv akl inatc.'iilly iu reducing ttie nc'fi ccmiiticn of His body ami tend to they ravy or a soup fcr some keep it in In acoii condition. the most other meat/ Remember that you fave time and prevent.'waste when you cook potatoes without p^rin;. A small ittil brush from tlie fivc- anil-tcn-rent store is splendid for fi'fubblna potal'ocs and can lie used for other vegetables-, too. STOCKHOLM, Sweden (Ui>>—A ly prepare;!, the vc»eiablc is uable cliieily as ^ carrier fcr! Don't pare ]X)tato?s and let them ( a t. (stan:l In water for an hour or Irish polators sre low in viti-lionger befcre ccoking. This cause! order to get siblt fncil vain; fr=ra poWlros. dwelling a day is tne i-atc at \\hicii hcf;> these suggestions in mi'i-.l. j «codeii onF-fainily hciiEes ar- be- in-.j cor.sinictert in the vicinity of Stockholm. The lumber ccmes from Dalecailia. mln A, medium ir. B and good in Mr.s. George M. L«e, accompanied by Misses Carolyn Hnlry. Kathryn Grcar nntl Winifred Uoodrich, silent yesterday in PavaEould. Mr. and M^rs. Willie Trotter and Mrs. Myrtle M. Boiirbnd were visitors In. Paragoiiltl yesterday. Charley Boat-wright and Grady Brov/n of West Memphis enteicd ^ouuavy •chcJil :it the Citizens School here C. They are a iair source of inn, to cour.ncn beiicf. In (be loss of much of their pro- Frink Pelr-- suiulav '' Shawnee School P, T. A.' Holds Regular Meeting > JOtNER, Ark.—The Shawnee r.' Italc . Jl 'T. A. lielif Us regular nWting iu Mcnday. They are at home ut Mrs. John W. Edrlnglon's resi- jciice. daughter, Mablc. to Bolgar Scnnnrs, who has been Monday. She culciiM t:rj Dlytlieville visiting his aunt and uncle, Mr. i hospital for tnvir.Kb'- : slid Mrs. C. B. Pen-In, returned | Miss Lena Crci::li of Helena a few days aijo to his home in Tustinnbla, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cole of is arc here today to nt- ' the funeral of Mis. W. P. Denton News rious Illness of their daughtsr, Mrs. Clinton Abbott. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morton of Cooler snsnt Sunday willi Mrs. Morton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Flocd. A crowd from Tennessee attended the singing Sunday afternoon. A singing convention will be Vol. 1 at Friendship, Mo., next SinVay, September 25. Messrs. Olllc Wilson nnd Roy Colbert attended the show in Bly- thevillc Sunday nighl. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. B. Roddick spout Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Uither Berttllck; of Decring. Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Odus Barger hnve moved to Slccle. Miss Otlls Denlon spent Sunday with Miss Ijaura Bomnr. the school auditorium Wednesday, September 14, with Mrs. R. L. Johnson, the president, in charge. There; were forty members present. The attendance contest result;:! in a tie between the second.. fourt'.i and slxlli grades, and each received $1 as a prize. After the Dusmcss meeting the following program was given in charge of Mrs. J. T. Lee: History of Slmwnee P. T. A., by Mrs. Bryant Burkett. P. T. A. song, chorus. Girl Scout work, by Miss Wil!o- dean McAilams. Special Mii5lc, Miss Marv Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. w. P. Skipper were ailed to Armorel/Ark., by lhc EC- Courier News Want Ads P»y. Read Courier Want Ads Hightower News Mr. and Mrs. Frank Langley ot Memphis were the wcek-2iid guests of Mrs. L-iiiEley's sister, Mrs. Gcovge Greggs and Mr. Grcg;s. visiting liar parents. Mr. and Mr John Croucii tc-ln and mineral nutter. Peel- ^iiB pctntccs and pvittin:; them en jto cook in cokl water also was'cs the. mincrdl mutter. Peeled poti- tncr. cooked i:i boiling watei\ and sailed when almost done lose ksi of their feed value, but iinucelsd polatoc.s. b:ikcd or sieanied, los" i-iiioiie of tho feed vaiue. "Dolb'l' 'pclaloes should be cooked ifi as' little ivater as possible in a closeiy Mrs. Hila'Bolrs an:l Mrs. Heltie covered sauec pan. Ramsey vis'.te;! Mrs. II. J. Km- Potatoes undoubtedly Art, ir.oi'! dr«n Sunday Soften .boiled thai: .cooked ty;.«iS Mrs. Roy White is ill with ma-1 other method. Many of the iiivi:- r iiu; \.iriaticni; in i:o'.alo dishes ;t:>'i ANNOUNCEMENT I have moved lay music studio from Parkhurst Co., lo 'The Blythcville Music Shop", opposite 'he postoffice. We have all new popular radio hits., call and !et mo play them for you. Frlc;3 reduced. t • MRS. HEI,LE--iM. WOO&- Vlione 785-J After e'U'cibck' Mts. Andrew Barker of Dojwood ^ Ridge was the guest of Mrs. John Harkpy Sunday night. Ed Berry has moved here fr^cm Yarbro. Roy Rnincy ma^c n trip to Mis-. slsslppi last week. He was accompanied home by his nephew. Floyd Hamey, who is well known liorc. Mr. and Mrs. Rube Quails ol Kci- Ecr visited the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Crouch Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Calxxm cf Holland, Mo., were guests of Mr. and Excitement In BLYTHEVILLE A/I SUN T' FRISCO DEPOT 3 . J Captain Barnott, who Is In the Swe«l Cream Butter 25i Lb. : Bennett's PistetniMd Milk lOc Qt. Delivered PhoM 74 Bdfearian Bnitcrmilk * 15c Qt. Reduced Prices Children Adults . MORE DAYS OF THIS Special Selling of Electrical Appliances Here are a few of the values: i Vacuum Cleaners, $10 up Alladin Floor Lamps, $2.50 up Leonard Ice Itoxcs, $1230 up Armstrong Table Stoves, $5 Westinghonsc Toasters, $3 Boudoir I,amp$, $f.25 up Electric Wanking Machines, $45 up Westinghouse'Ranges, $60 up Light Fixtures, $2 up Klectric Percolators, $3 up Electric Mixers, $5 up Curling Irons, $1 sic wbn! :i sm;ttl mmnnU of money Arkansas-Missouri Po\ver Co. Dozens of New Models —Silks e»—Pebble Crepes —t'juicv Every liUlu thinir almtil ilic.^e dresses sjieaks nuulity. Thore's no skimping of m;i- tcriiil ... no careless linisli- ing. Only tlie nicest silks, tho sofk'sl woolens and thu most suniiituous evc\K'.< hstve been n.sal. Ami liicv'i'e absolutely style ri)-'lil from their novel necklines to lhc bottoms of tlieir trim, slim skirts. Styles for all oc- CJi^ions. TIIK COl.OiiS: IVinr Nil I'.ll"' Kcil lilafl: to .50 These Very Smart Fall MILLINERY MODES Claim Honors .i-.-..rvii ll.c iii;lit-.'.l praise we IM- liir-iu thevc's never l.i>!i;ons quite to smart cr ,•) sensible! Atop a tailored -,c they're l«rfect. Add a il'i? \-cil and wear incm \vitri i'.frr.oo;i frccks! to MISS WHITSITT'S SHOP

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