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BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.) _WEDNESDAY,__OC'i;QE3\ meeting at 2:80 Take -;? rC-ne, ,;U r'the local*-' Business and Professional Woinen's. club ex- ;peet to learn how to.betoine bet- irr eitiiem -thrauglt the new study eourW *Citiwri5hip 'Tr»lning.'' In f tbe. fint imoji; Moodiy evening, •tiie fnaiameatals of.'elections wer; Uk*a'-up with a round table dls- ''" ' on,'ithe. Need of Voting" 5 Having a Royal Good Time . ;v The^e made titUu: "Ltv Making," V&'. 6. • M;f:Mbi?M>;-. "Priw«rlai," •.i<rj, Bvwvd Ptoctw; "Dut&w of a Ott&ec u a Voter,' 1 Mrs, Cltrencc HoJikr;-^How.to Beet a Pretident" H.'L." HtynoM*; "Th« Stats '' Obtain Their Members of Mr»-iUtl^ Smtddv's KhooJ-diss of the Second . church complimented their tewiber.-Mre. Thohias Bo- W, •with' » b«th room ihower last eWrkng, Before h«rtc«rit marrltgc '. Jin. Bogun w'as Miss'Ella Morris. '•'•>: lt*t«?i jir^^ent.-tp the Bogun Bits oJ\News Mostly Personal Some dfy these tiny gfrls can have ]ust about anything they rant because thayro sister princesses— daughters of. Prince "and' Princess Clar of Norway. But Just nor n simple bright-toy 1 Is all-intakes to make 1 tfiem^ happy. ; That'a i; Prmctss'Rsgnhild, 2, at left, nmuslng rrlncess;;Astrldin : .'the. nursery' of .their summer homo near did. . • Topping, Eh? .-. . /' ---to. the ,TtiescJay.Qontr«ct club this H .week. In flve- ^pgrejalons. played : -'.5/:liy:Uie.rneml)eTi %nd..i piest, Mrs. r::.'A!diCTt.LowEry, of Chicago, who Is her sUtef, .Mrs. Hunter C. ' 'Mrs-.M. A..'B»aes won high t. The prize .was a plaque. ;>^ : TPotst*d' sandwiches, blitz tort. :;-.'; 'and. coffee refreshed the two tables '• •''- .'.;. ;Mnhbera « th* Younj Bridie club and Mrs. Murray Sinbrt, man yesterday weekly contract Bath pbTHrtr was ijfgdtQ ''.i Ma» B. B*W .for the high:aeon :~pri« and Mr.v .Bnurt wis.pr«;nt- The host*w «*rv«l.« fruit'sslr.d with tot rolls; pkUes and .oOHee. .. . Saturday jnornliig mernberis . 6( Mia Ada' Dotwho'j.ftmday school c!am of the Pint MeUioilst. church hiked to the J: U; : o; mound tiprp! of the .dtyj. whm they '- cooked breakfast ove"r-an open fire." . ; . " • l^ose inaklbg <fie "trip were: Mary rBlzateth K Qoidribh; Margii cf 11^ Hljrier, BJc«soin- ; Graham, B«tty Wan ^,:Tommle.pean Hatcher. Clara JAn 7 Mosely arid t^ggy Jones md 'the teaciier. ' . . . . "•':••• *•' • A": marriage license was issued tc MBS -Battle -Claudia . Wright and prral Metcalf, both of Leachville • .... •-«»*. '" '' Coat of Many Colors ^. ...... .and Archir Qiiarks, both of.V Burdette, were unlted'in marrlag*;' SaturJay by'the Rev. J. Biiford .C&ldwell. *'•'•* Tbcratoit-Wrtfb. Miss Nora Iffebl) and Ray Thorn- 1 ton, both.of tils city, have obtained a marriage license. . ftrt-Ctnj A marriage license was secure by Mrs; Jojie'Carey and John Ford both of Manila. Hospital Notes .'Patients admitted to th; Biytr,: lille. fccspital: Mrs. Iva Flower Number Nine; Barney Robinson ejtj; ptsmissed:: : Mrs.:J. a. Starte "city; L. O.-Hulchlnson, Steele, Mo C«fa Bone, stnatK-Ho. Up ' Growth Spede to SmTVir Live Like a patchwork quilt, or Joseph's coat, this jaunty. jacket .of SM'C. suede worn by Bcbc Daniels, movie star, is fashioned of small ilcqes of many, different colors. Harmonizing shades of blues, green and yellow are attractive, or autumn combinations of rich reds and browns. OJaudi Pei^rln, of C^ceoli, at:ended to business here today. Urn. W. D. Chamblin jr. Mrs. Horace T. Gulp and Mrs. O. W. MeCutchen spent yesterday in Paragould as guests of Mrs Darro Crook, formerly of here and now ol Los Angeles, Cai, who M visiting in Para«ould. She will visit here lat Miss Carey Woodburn attended V business in Little Rock yesterday br, and Mrs. Hunter C. Sim have as their guests Mrs. Sims mother, Mrs. C. H: Rich an daughter, Mrs. Jack Morton, of La Grange, Tcnn., and another daugh • ter,' Mrs. Albert Lowery, of Chi .cago.. i ,Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weldo .went to Memphis today where the are to make their home, Mr. We! don having been transferred to tha city-for headquarters. . The Rev. Roy S. Rus'.'.lng, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene, accompanied by Mr.s. Harry Lewis, Mrs. L. Tyrone and Miss Juanita 'Gaines went to Little,Rock today where they will attend the' district association meeting of tills,church. They will return. Friday nlghi Dr.'P.VB. Elliott, his daughters, Miss Alberts': EWoK and Mrs. Sam Manatt, and son, Ben Elliott, arid grandson, Sarri Manatt Jr., are ' Vivian,'La., anil'Texarkana this week. Among those from this city who attended the first day's session of the Mississippi County Baptist association at Manila^iTupsday were: the Rev t and Mrs.:'Alfreds. Har- 'well, Mesdames^'H.' L.''Chambers, S. J. Mcbearman, S. p. .Lea, E. F. Blorneyer, w: "M. Crow, i 1 .' E. King, A. C. Blaylock,. C. E. Wilson, E. E. A]exan<fer;,Tori) W. Jackson,.'Mrs. Charles, ijewoomb and daughter, Siary Josejihihe, and Miss Cordelia Wilhite, 'from ' the First church, and the Rev. J. L. New- i som, J. ; T.'.,Ellis, Robert Chlsholm I Tom-.Ozier'arid Mesdames t 'M Pendergrass, Clyde'Eliis and C. C. Slahkard from .the Second church •, The condition of Mrs! J. A". Oha] pin, who has been Ul aj t'hs Mem' BhU. Methodist hospital,-, is now \i-much 1 unproved. :; - . ; . \i,tfr- and Mrs. Murray Smart have ryturnsd from a brief hbneyra'cbr **"it in Memphis and arVnow -a . >e in (tie U. w.- Mullini'home' on Chkkasawba averiua. . - -. Mrs. B. E. Hilem, of Everett,, Wash., who has been visitin» h^r daughter, Mrs. A. Conway, and Mr. Con way, for soveral weeks, will l^ve tomorrow for' points'"of ^Ken- Jucky.for a. .vifiit before returoipg hoftie.- • • J ' — ' -• Mr. and Mrs.:Paul H. Rosenthal and son Paul jr., will go to at U>uis Sunday for a brief stay. J: B. Critz, county' agricultural lent,-was at Manila; and Brown tar yesterday for meetings of the iris and bbys'.4-H clubs. Mrs. c. G; Hires, who has besn ulte ill for the past two" weeks' is ow convalescing. HEAVY WITW FUR. THE INFLEXIBLE RULE FOR THE CLOTH COATS OF THt SEASON. -WINE RED W001.EN, WITH AH ENORKOOSCOLLAR OFSIWEfJFOX. THE UUUSUAL SLEEVES TAPER.-TO A <?LOS6 FITTING SLACK WOOLEN HAS A CAPE COLLAR VJItH A DOUBLE BORDER. OF BLUE FOX. t EFT- A BRC VN V/OOLEN COAT 6ROWW BKQA07.-,,l. FOR LE&O-MUTfOiN . SLEEVES SCARF AND MUFF. ess 1932: -—-^.,,i.- of ;hls mother, Mr , ,, lunt, Tuesday. He found ]-,, mprovcd and 1 returned i ome here lasf night Mrs. H. N. .Pullijm of nd Mrs. Effie' Allen of Tcnn., are spending the \ vith Mrs. .S.,A. Pulliarn :nd Mrs.: G.'- B. Segrav 'ulliam will return to flth them tonight for a ilslt. •••'-. , ., Wo. 8 and Vicinity There were 104 | n attendant at Sunday school here last night -iC Rev. J. -B. Copelaud condMt°d church services at. 11 o'clock A large crowd . attended' M U singing at the liomc of Mr. tt na Mrs. Philip Lacor Sunday evonln- There was fine sinking, by the Number Eight- class 'and Mr. Lacor, Debs Slaton . and Corry Blankenship entertained with piano violin-and guitar., : . •L. G, Jarham Is, still seriously . Ill with typhoid-fever. He lies been confined to his bed for four \veekp. Miss Mabel Clavfc entertained with a shower and party'for Mrs. Henry Gaifies. . : ' Gene Evans of Tennessee is visiting relatives in .this' vicinity He expects to spend a weak. Leonard Bankston and Miss : Mildred Harris, both of Oak'Ridge community, were. united -in marriage last week. They were chariv- aried the night of their marriag* and left the following' day for : Florida. : Philip Lacor is building a com- " missary in his front yard. The Number Eight quartet attending the singing at Red' Line,'' Ark., Sunday. .' ;Mr. and Mrs. Earl Evans were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. E. Leggett. Both families visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Cassidy at Huffman. • - ..' Mrs. D.' V. Walverton is rombv- ering from a week's illness. . .-" : Read Courier isews Want Ads.'-V Osceo/fl Society— Persona! Iseems that the-latest things in lannlsh huntlnj.. altlre ars \ram- n. Here,.for instance. Is Miss Car- l:.Glmbel, member.^of the winning unt' team clejs at Piping Rock Horse • Sr.ow, Locusl -Valley, N. Y. rom boots to topper she's dressed i'v the - most formal equestrienne mcde,\with a veil the so!; cono:s •^sion to femuiinlty. ; Luxora Society-—Personal SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN BY SISTER MARY NEA Strvirc Wrllcr In spite of the profusion of [mlts and vegetables available during the early fall months, meal , I planning is a bit difficult. Sud- I den changes in the weather Influ- |! cncc the produce market ns well 1 as appetites .so that menus can(nol be planned long in advance. billed with any vegetable of contrasting color. The hard-shelled, full-flavored squash come into market. Squash pie, squash custnrd and squas! pudding make delicious desserts Baked squash, nut and squash cro quettcs, squash souffle .and crcan of squash soup arc appetizing an' t substantial main dishes. • Mrs.-.-S. ...'. :5mHh.sp3nt Saturday : ln:Memi)hls wilh licr .'davjr.lcr, Mrs. 'C.' J,. Dillon, and family. ' Misses Macieilnc.'and Mildred Ma- Jors.'who 'arc\atlending A. and M. c-3)iegt- at .' J r bnesbcro. cp:nl tlic week"-cni \\ith thoir parents, Mr. an : d Mrs'. Jack • {Majors. ' . R. 'Began and C. opped 'In .Blyl^evllh B'l '.Wooil 1 ', Chopped Saturday.; 1 ' ", j C. B.;.Wood jr. .-.who is attending : NOANK, Conn.. tTJP)—Connsctl- . nit te ap^edtfijj up : trie baby.too: oC lotettri 'to'»« -then- lives. '• ':At UK state Bsh hatcheries hare tfce Mfcr totetmiare'fed liver every tfo'^Hwn. .Tbii -cuts Iri half t-e jrrtb* o< Waact in which lobsters ttblecV to preying Otb and ::.iThe ItttrVip-JWOiJentes matur- ;.ftjr lh*.t tb* jpwt etwtacean sheds totv. t'reUs ; in-, halt•• the . ordinary Uaw. The sheil become* increasing • : If bMvy uitU-it-cauM* the lobster V&:** to the bottom, wherr f 1- «afe until It'MtoiU into a loi)^r| Hot noons and cool mornings and . (Jraues always arc popular as evenings • demand different types \ breakfast • fruit andean bo -use or foods, and the home-maker. for luncheon or dinner as the dcs must bo alert ;o these changes.- se-rt. The Juice can be used 1 Meats arc a comparatively, biin- ' ch«rhn pic problem because game Is tuJrt- ed .to the" list-of poultry ami meat. Brunsv-ick stow and ItlcassM-t'of rabbit make delicious and economizing meat dishes, -that arc lnvtt r Vugiy , <U {this time of the A..arid'.M. college at Joncsboro pent the week-end with h); parents. ' Mrs. '.Leroy .Wood of BlythcvlllS was Uie guesl of her mothcr-in- aw, Mrs. Will Wood. Saturday. Mrs. Willie 'Howard ana rlaujh- ter Dixie shopped in Blyt'rcviHe bert or f rappc,. in whips spong'qs. and JeUjed- desserts. It less satisfactory-:'In-.'.salads for lacks thoipiqufthcy found in cidi and ginger ale.'- "• J .•'. 'J < Late pcnchea! and'! winter pears New Liberty Tiic Rev. A. S. Smith fiUei his fternoon. -• ' • . . Mr. and Mrs. R, V. Jnrratl, of iemphis, and Mr. and Mrs Kln- ard Walters, of Lone Oak, were egular appointment here Sunday unday guests' of Mr. and Mrs P B. Jarratt. Tliere will be a pie supper at tha school house Friday night. i n a contest a butl*rfly qutlt will be awarded. Mr. and Mrs. D. Oarrett at- endcd the Mid-South fair at Memphis. levies Recommended To Balance City Budget Saturday. Ben : Coopcr. formerly p: St. Lauis . . ~ to'*«•*«• to tb3 dlnnsrjln Memphis Saturday. " ' '•'•••' Mr.! and Mrs. Prank Vollmer but now living at Osccola fcr a few weeks, vkittd relatives here Sunday. Misses Birdie PcrmaUcr ani Mildred Tillmin visited in BlythcvlH: Saturday. Mr. |and Mrs. Harry Worsley were urocett vac by Oi|iUl» Prank Ban: : tte hkUflferies.'Ban- 's ai r ctrnfietas reports " " " """"": lob- tbey'w'okl and daughter Ploy visited friends in .Marked Tree Sunday. Mrs:. A. Q. Shlblsy was taken to thb Bapllst hospital in Msmphls Sunday tor ari operation for gal trouble.- Jane Richards was th: guest o ~er grandmotlw, sr:j. D. ' [Ocoper ot Osccola, Sunday. year 'poultry lends itself lo n vast variety of. 1 methods of cookery. Oysters and other fish increase the assortment; • • Until a " killing" frost comes, eggplant, cauliflower, sweet peppers, Iat2 spinach, lima beans, "pole" beans, lale sweet com and cucumbers are at their best.' Tomatoes loss their flavor, for they usually arc not good In changeable weather. Curly endive and celery will l)e good after the first hard frosts. Parsnips also need a hard frost to sweeten them. . Carrots Still liood Use curly endive often. Haw or cooked, It's a wholesome green vegetable. Later In Ihe winter lettuce will necessarily be our standby, but now curly endive can take Its place as a salad green. • Carrots are well-flavored and tender now, too. They can be served raw cut 'in neat slender sticks, grated In shredded cabbage salad, •liccd or diced in jellied cabbage and vegetable salsds. Cooked, they 1 are acceptable buttered, creamed, \ browned with meat, glacsd or coin- ftdfl varltly to tfe list? of. fruits. Pefcrs can b«'storey and kept for :ome time but peaches are of ixwr quality it touched by cold and are too perishable, to slant! storing. '. Tomorrow's Mtnu •BREAKFAST: Grapes, cereal. FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP) —A sewage tax, a monthly charge ol 25 cents for garbage collection, and a municipal levy on vehicles have been recommended as devices for balancing ihc budget of Forl Worth. . ' •The three, levies'.would raise net revenue estimated at $600,000. One.' •half of the amount would ts used to, reduce the a<i valorem tax rale 15 cents, and the olher halt-.to re- tire.the city's deficit of tl.250,000. Mis. J. B. Clarke of Blythevllle made'a most interesting 'talk -at :he' dsceola Women's; Progressive Hub here Tuesday afternoon on the responsibility of the ballot. The'program for the club's first meeting was on American Citizenship; with-members-answering roll call:'with "Why I am a Democrat, Republican or other politcikl' partisan." -,-, Mr. and'.Mrs. George Abrey,' both natives - of ^England.' .were complimented with a special .ceremony arranged in honor of-foreign born citizens of Osceola, and Mr. Abrey, who came, to America as a young man, made a most interesting talk on what this country, has done for its foreign born citizens and on his reasons ' for becoming a member of the Democratic, party. Mrs. S. M. Hodr.!S, newly elected president of the club, presided and a most entertaining part of the program was Mrs. Eli Myers' reading of "The House by the Side ot the Road." Mrs. Maud;; Walt of Little Rock, district supervisor of the Democratic Women's Club, was present, and following the program made a most interesting talk, urging organization of a Roosevelt- Garner Club among women voters. Mrs. Walch want from here to Blythcville where she spoke last night. Delicious refreshments were served late in the aft-rnoon by the hostesses, Mesdames GM>. Abrey, Harry Brooks, A. H. Burch, Ooode Bandy and R. C. Bryan. ing a cotton .dress show..-:.-Each, guest is expected to wear ar^iqt-1 tori dress ^and there will be' a paiade following the meeting. A prize is to te awarded the.guesc. who achieves the, most at{iac,tWe j dress .aO the lowest-cost.^j*.,' ! ' -.';W:''E. Hunt was'-called'tbpfcl .ton, Term., on account' of-thhft 111- • S-: Pastwrized Milk lOc Qt. Delivered 74 Buignrian. IBuUermilkv .; ' ISc.Qt. .:-..-:. .G»'to..Church X Theater Jlnuscs Hit Plays SKOWHEGAN, Me. (UP)-First performances of 27 plays, 'Some: of which later proved outstanding hits on Broadway, have been staged In the little Lakcwood Theater here. cnam. codfish balls, corn bread, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON: Cream ot squash f.oup, croutons, open . bacon and i «pashctti border, turnip cubtj and endive sandwiches, hermits, sweet i cider. DINNER: tect marbles in lemon sauce, jelli- Boiled multon led cabbage and carrot in I pumpkin pic, milk, coffee. salad ALMO TOPCOATS ARE NOW $ 25 Twenty-two small friends of Bobbie Watson, son of Mr. and | Mrs. -'C. W. Watson, helped him ceieb'riitc his sixth birthday at a j harming afternoon party. Receiving for- the small hpnorec, *hose mother is in n Memphis 1 ipspltal recovering from • an appendicitis operation, were Misios Mack!.; Smith and Mary Allen Edringlon. Bobby received many attractive gifts and his .guests enjoyed an afternoon of games with Robert Stovall winning the prize for finding tho most peanuts, and each guest was given a bag of prize caridy as a favor. Tlic birthday cake was served .with ice cream late in the afternoon. • « • " The Wilson Cooperative club will hold its first mccMng of the yeai- Thursday afternoon featur- Couldn't Make c Better Buy Thah the Famous Hol As The Sa n ds of The Descrl I'honc 123 SAHARA COAL SUPERIOR COAL CO. The Coal That Sells Its«lf Sole 1 Distributors The A11-Amci'ican • Topcoat is now 'at a new All- American price! Almo fabric, soft and serviceable and smart, combine.s tlie luxurious and lonj,'- vv earing fibres of the Alpaca of. South America and the Kid Angora of North America. What a team they are! At the new popular price- an Alma Topcoat, brings; lieu- clothes luxury within reach of your 1932 budget. New Mead Clothing Co.

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