The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 10, 1937
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PAGST TWO ' BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10,-.i93? >'\ — ' U . * Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S KVENTS Junior No. 2 union B. T. U, First Baptist church, meeting at church 5:30 P. M. \ " THURSDAVS EVENTS Mrs. John P. Lentl has Ing Thursday Contract cluh. Business Women's circle, First Baptist chuich, meeting at clnnch, 7 P. M. Mid-Week Bridge club meeting wltrrMrs. A. Comvay. U, D. O, meeting with Mrs. A M. Butt, 2130 pm. FRIDAY'S EVEKTS Eastern star Order meeting at hall, 7:30 p.m. ' Elmuood Cemetery association meeting with Mrs A. B. Holland, 2 30 P. M- Wo'rld Day of- prayer program, First* Presbylcrinn church, 2-30 P. If. Church '•Women Here Tlan World nay Prayer Senicc. Women of the First PresbUer Jan. ! , church will be hostesses to women ct other. churches In Bly- tlicyllle Friday night for a pio- grnm carrying out the obsenancc of "the, World-Day of Prayer. Mrs. Stuaic'H. Salmon, leader, «il) be assisted by. v,omcn of several churches, This practice of tuning women of churches in cilics throughout tha United States assemble on one day of each year to prey and meditate has been observed several vcais. foi Lake i Street Women Have A 1'rogram, Mrs M N Johnston led the program in tho meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of the Lake Street Methodist chinch Monday afternoon, at the church for her theme "The She, used Power of the Written Gospel' tliu .Scripture lesson taken from John 5. Mrs Iverson Morns sang a solo before ttia' Rev. Mr. Johnston spoke. He used for Ills discussion" a leaflet "Christian Missions and* World Health" showing the scivice a Chiistian phjslclan can be In the foreign fields The program was concluded with the hymn "We've a Story to Tell to the 'Nations.' Mrs George Djslngcr presided in a brief business session be- fortHefreshmenls were soiled the 22 membeis and one guest b\ the ^hostesses, Mis O J Rodgcrs andMlre^Kyle " c FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia -;; qf fir* SERVICE. INC. r, u. ntc, U- 3. PAT. OFF. Bits of News Mostly Personal Ensemble Idea Carried Out in New Kitchen Appliances "Well, when can I Have one with n long skirt?" "IVIie'n you quit spilling ice crcnuulnwn lite fro'iitof sliorl-sklrtcil ones." D. A. R. Mcinbci!. jWlenci luncheon ' Too J4 members of the local D. A. R. chaptci, who attended the luncheon meeting Tuesday at the Jiomo of Mrs G. G. Caudil!, included a new member, Mrs. Charles Penn. Mrs. Caudill and Miss" Cordelia Wilhltc were hostesses, for the thice-couisc luncheon ' served at the dining room table, which had u centerpiect of mixed spring flowers, and nt btnall. tables in the living room, which were decorated in treezia and Jonquils. The place cards \\ere-in keeping with the George Washington birthday scheme. In the business session, presided over by the regent, Mrs. James B. Clark, members answered rol call with historical events which have taken place during Fcbru- ary. ,, For-the program, Mrs. Chaile; Penn. r spoke on "The Woman In Lincoln'5 Life", and Mrs. r B Joyner on "Tho Nations! Dcfcusi Act" ' • ' • * * * Jlctbodisf Women Haio Social Meeting. Mrs Edwin Jones, Mrs. Wjatl Henley, .Mrs James Hill jr., Mrs. C. 0'. Langston,-Mrs. J. W. Parker, Mrs.' G E.'Criggcr, Mrs R N Hill,::Mr6. Ej J. .Browne, Mrs. Ro land.'Green,-Mrs.-O. N. Hawkini and 'Mrs. Dan Dunkin were hostesses at (fie. social meeting of the Women's Missionary Society of the First'-Method 1st church Monday at • lenioon,' al the church. Mrs, Edwin Jones was in chargi of ttie'program'on "Chustian Mis '"'Eions and World Health" In whlcl the health work at the Wesle house was discussed.' She was as sisted by Mrs Henley, Mfs J. W Adams, Mrs W. F. Breaer an •Mrs.'W. D.'McCIurkin. Mrs. Lc< Armstrong was pianist, Mrs A. O. Hudson, press dell led the sfour> in a saint* to Na iional Boy Scout week which is be ing obseived here .The one dollar attendance prit offered by the Rev. H. Lynn Wat to the circle having the largest a ! tendance each month, went to cir cle 1 for January. Mrs. Brewer chairman of this group. Three new members,' Mrs. S. ^ Tankersleyj Mrs. Allen Pickard an Mrs. Bert Norred, were enrolled. i, e » Baptist, Circles Study Missions. A study of. missions featured U meetings of .circles in.the V/oman Missionary Union of the First Bap list church Monday afternoon The first group, \vhlch had mi members present, met with Mr M. C. Outlaw. Mrs Tom W Jac son conducted: the business sessio before Mrs. E. P. Haidtn ga\e U mission study, at the close of w she offered prajcr. A salad pla was served. • Circle 2, which met with Mr Rajmond fichmuck, had 13 men bara aud^tao visitors present. Ti buslhc&s session 'was presided ov by Mrs Theodore Logan. Mrs. R v L. Recder and Mrs, C. E. Wils offered prayers before-;Mrs. R«cd ;iavc tl!e lesson. A sandwich plate Vns served.. , The 15 present at the meeting of circle, 3, at the home of Mrs. W. M. Williams, Included a new member, Mrs.- R. A. Gopeland, and a isilor, Mrs. Nelson, mother of the hotsess. For: the devotional each •ne.mber gave her favorite verse of tcripture. Miss Cordelia Wllhlts laughl Hie mission lesson and con- :ludlng prayers Verb given'by. Mrs;' 'j5. l :lic Moore, Mrs. Alfred Carpenter ind Mrs. u. W. Mulllns, Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon presided in the '.nislncss session.-A sandwich plnte •vas served. :. : Circle 4, which "met at'the home Mrs. Harry Frltzius, had ten embers and' one visitor present. rs. GuYiMa'xivqll used Joliii 13 for e devotional and the business scs- 011 was presided over by Mrs. W. Rodgois Mrs R G. Cash and rs Ben Harrison offered prayer's. There,werc 12 members and one 3ltpr Y! as the -meeting of circle-'5. ; the church Mrs. Alvln Hiiff- an used John a for the devotlon- readlng and Mrs. Hoy Head gave .e Bible'lesson. Mrs. J. H. Smart .,:aud Mrs.' T. R. Shepherd of- red prayers. The business session as presided over-by Mrs. K D 'arr. : . : ^ . *•''*- p lewr.rilshlp, Missions - ludlcd by Presbyterians. Stewardship and home ' missions ere-themes discussed by members f the Woman's Auxiliary of'the irst .Presbytcrlnn church In nicet- Luxora Society — Personal Mrs. U. M. Hale was taken ; to the Memphis Baptist hospital. H. P. Kirshncr Is attending to business In Stuttgart', Ark Jeff Roland left last night for a Iniylng trip to St. Loub. E. C. Fatten IB attending • to islncfis in Memphis todaj Miss Thclma Kochler lias returned to Arkansas' State college, Joneshoro after having been home because of illness with influenza. Miss Jamie Nichols attended .to business in Memphis yesterday afternoon. L. D. chamblin was a business visitor in Memphis yesterday, ' Mrs. ROES D, Hughes and chllr drcn returned yesterday from Sb. Louis, where they spent two weeks with Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Hari-y Wcldman and family have moVed from JOfl N. Second St., to 116 East Davis Avc. Mr. and Mrs. D, Simmons were in Memphis yesterday. Miss Dorrls Cr'owitcr Is ill with an alUck of appendicitis. Mrs. Louis Applcbauiri returned Sunday from Flat River Mo, where she spent two weeks with relatives. •Miss Betty Lee McCutclien ai rived home last night from Win tcr Pnrk, Fla., where she attends Rollins college, to visit hei pai- eiits, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Mc- .Ciitciicn, until Monday. She made the trip by • nirplane.'; Mrs. H. B, Campbell has return cd from Little Rock where slio has been visiting. Her children Bett> Ann and Bobby, .remained (h-re and -''Mrs. Meyer Gnbor AT LEFT: New appliances that will modernize any kitchen include the all-glass double boiler (left), with heat-resistant handles, and chromlunr broccoli steamer behind it; two compartment breadbox (lower shelf), and cannislcr set In white, trimmed with red; and, on the top'shelf, the aluminum double boiler; white pot with delphinium blue trim, and three-slice electric toaster BELOW: This tricky jar-opening device is a man of all work. Automatically controlled, it holds the cap of any size bottle or jar. Clamps hold the cap tightly while the jar is twisted loose. Appliances for squeez- i»R fri'it and opening cans, come with it. 'Mrs. Amanda Cownn, who has ecn 111. with pneumonia since last Thursday,. Is.better today. Misses Elizabeth Wallace and Ruth Bullcch have returned to Luxora , after spending two weeks at the home of Miss Wallace's parents In Oakland, Miss. Miss Bob Willliims has spent the past two weeks In Memphis us the guest of friends and relatives. Mrs. Matilc-Williams and her daughter, Mrs. /Elizabeth Silimnn, and: daughters, Peggy and bitsy, wore the house guests of Mrs. May Bowen Thompson of Memphis for ten flays. Mrs. B. O. Wilkins and children B. O. and Ann Claire, returned Sunday.from.a. two weeks visit in JohrafioroT ' ' ' Mrs. Japics T. Handle and small son, Jlmintc, 'are in Boone- vllle with- Mrs. Handle's parents, Dr.' rind Mrs. McConnell. Mrs. Jesse Brown who had been the house guest of her sister. Mrs. DJ N. Judsoii: of Memphis, for ten days, returned home over the \vcck-oud. . . '.' Mrs. Joe Hires, who has been .confined,'Indoors for .ton days with the flii,- is i.ow able to be im and hava cone to Hot spend ten days. Springs to Mr. nnd Mrs, G., W. Johnson and family, of • Manila; attended to business here yesterday. ., Mr. and Mrs. Ivan P. Wyse'aml Mrs. Fred Child arc visiting'';in St. Louis for several days. They ilan to return home tomorrow.' . By HEA Service NEW YORK.—Fashion' really igs Monday. For tiie Isssori in lewardshlp, excerpts" were read ran Genesis and "Know Thy ior" was the subject taken j ip in the home mission lesson Che first.four groups met in the flernoon, with socinl hours follow- ni, while trie lioness Women'.'; !roup met at night for a hambm-<>- r suppsr at. the church rn circle 1, which, met 1 at tho :me of Mrs. w., R. Salmon, fi ve ittendco. Mrs. c. M. Gray gave ne'Bible lesson ana Mrs, Charles 'irignt. gave tiie program. There were five members prcs«nt •t the meeting of circle 2, at tho tome of Mrs. W. A. DDbyns Mrs Dobyns had the program". Circle 3 was entertained by Mrs wes .'•Allen, when seven attended' he Bible lesson was given by Mrs reltie Meade and Miss Emma Kate Hchards- presented tile program Circle 4 had the program and'lii- ^le study," led by Mrs. Stuart H Salmon, alter "supper. Names Officers out. Mrs. Lena Gillespie, Miss Carrie Mae Hires, Mrs. o. G. Waller and daughters, Mrs. Effic Stehlc, Mis Luxora. Waller, and Mrs. R. R Davis, and the lattcr's daughter Catherine, took apartments in Memphis during the height of the flood situation.:' Mrs. Jimmic Slack, has returned home from a visit to points ir Arkansas and Louisiana. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Nichols visited with relatives in Union City Tenn., during the flood conditions Mrs. Charles Mifflin went to Memphis last Tuesday to ; spend tiie week with her daughter Mrs Will Dlllard. Mrs. T. p. Hudson was guest a Ihc ^ . . . - _ MIND Your •MANNERS lest your knowledge of correct rcclal. usagts by answering; (lie fo'l- lo'whiff question's, then tnockin»- ainst the authoritative answers iow;.. : :...:., ; ..' t ,.- r ..;..,, l '.v',$ l."In" making ah inlrbdiibtioirl!? woman's name spoken before'n mn's? 2. Does a man always rise for ,n introduction? 3. Is it correct to.;say, "Miss Black, meet Mr. White?". 4. Should a man offer bis hand o a woman when the- two meet? 5. What would be a proper reply :o a person who says, "I am glad ,o have met you"? What woidd do If You are talking to someone whose name you cannot for the iiiomcul remember? Another acquaintance loins you. (a) Include the newcomer in tha conversation, but make no a(- a.ttempt at an Introduction. (b) Say. "i mil sorry, but for Ihc moment I.cnnnot think of yoii name." ., ' (c) Begin the introduction hoping that the other person will su|>- ply ills name when you pause. wt let Intermediate Girl's Au.xili- I the First. Baptist Church ucsday afternoon and clccl- d the new officers for the vcav Tw.y are: Miss Eunice Auten president; Miss- Frances Wade' Icc-prcsidcnt; Miss Blossom Ora- 'am, secretary; Miss Louise Rice ^responding secretary; proS "•""nan, Miss Clara Jean Mos«- yj^ Miss Carolyn Hood, or. c *' "' Tills organization for the >f m'--'- -- Gayoso hotel, " Mcmpliis fo several days last week while con suiting her dentist. Mrs. Abe Liverant, and daugli ler, Frances, have been visiting with relatives in Memphis for lvv< weeks. Mrs. Eula Landrum is with he daughter in Clarfcsdale, Miss un til the flood conditions are' improved. : , Mrs. Jack Brown hns gone t Vicksburg, Nfiss., for several week ., eks visit- with her mother, Mrs J i Raines.. Mrs. Lem Stanford, and ..... dren. Tommy and Bubby, accom iwnicd by Mrs. Harry ' Stanfor sr., have returned torn a visit wit relatives in Lexington, Tcnn. vcrv •« eir girls, ages, 13 and H. are in- "cd to become members Tankersley Leader t nr • r,i utl nciurcs and a ol Winning Florida Band PlUll ' ra5 ' ot lllt _° J ! showing how II Pictures Will Show "Pathway of Pilgrims' The mid-week service First Christian church tonigh 7:30 o'clock, will be featured wit nclurcs and a lecture on "Th of Ocala wn Ta ">- ^tcps into the. kitchen at the HonVe wares Exhibit here and makes it as attractive "and interesting in its way as any room,in the house. Tho most significant trend ampnj tho myriad appliances shown is.the k "ensemblc"- theme: Cd-oi;eration of designers and manufacturers -has developed uniform coloi- tones so that, for instance, the blue of one appjiancc "will match the blue of another. It is now possible for a vomtin. to sel2ct any color, no mat- ,er how unusual, and have- It dominate all of her household accessories. Items, as unrelated as a mop and a toaster, can bo-co-ordinated by color: This idea makes for u charming, .'•• Hcil anil: Green Using Suiiercefled bclpliiiiium blue !3 the new cpfov fashion. Combined with-wmtc;"'i't is found on all kitchen utensils in eilher a s«!id color, or dainty floral designs Soft subtle p- til shade" ara being substituted for the solid, vivid red -and greens. Streamlining lias made another conquest in the field of hausewares. Pots, kettles and saucepans are their useful than ever, because ^streamlined guises enabl3 them : to utilize every.available heat- Ing surface. Their covers lit more closely, 1 too, to reiai'n all food flavor. .' Glass "is growing enormously Important' for cooking utensils.. Frying-pans,, baking dishes, skillets, double boilers—all feature glass- wore for fcrauiy and convenience. Tiie handles arc heat-resistant. Colored wood is still popular for handles on aluminum and chromium ware. ^Glass knobs give-a new perk to kitchen- wares; ^ -, < t : foremost-aiming' t.'ne'neiv gad- gets is the super toaster thaS toasts threes-pieces of bread on both sid? 1 at one, time. More thin tint when the biead is toasted it cin b- 1-ft in th" [oastc which has automatic licat control, until the toast- is ready to be served. There is-a removable crumb tray at. the bottom. Another .new contrivance is a egctable steamer, which stands in a pan of water. Broccoli caiv ba placed upright in tiie sleainsr which stands in a pan of water. There, are slits in the bottom of the steamer so Chat a. fork can lie inserted for .testing, when done, the flower is in perfect form instead of broken up. Gleaning is made easier with n krieeraction carpet. is self-adjusting..and can be used on the thickest riig or barest , floor, Damp-Proof Salt Shaker •A bullet-shaped vacuum clcansr' is ah .interesting cleaning device. Extrem"lj smnll \nd it , , grnall, light, and low, this sweeper .has? every advantage of easy :oj>av-' fl Hnil- nn'H cari^^V;. fvlni'.V;*, ^' • -'J 1 . , 'atlpn- and cai-neo iround in the hand, and has all kinds of appliances. The cleaner, and gadgets come packed . In a;'lignt-wcight portable case. ','.,. Salt shakers have gone bullet- -,• shaped, also, one pair has a pat- 1 ',',! ented cap and valve that keep salt perfectly dry under'all,co ; tions. It is molded from plastic""/;, material, comes in all colors, and'".!,, is cspjcially easy to'clean.. ''.',,, : Even opening cans has become a .„? -'., 1 pleasure. Just a lazy flip!'of inc.; * 1 finger, and oil goes a can :cover—," all achieved by a modest littia Steele-Cooter Society — Personal Mr. and Jim Miller have 1. Yes. 2. Yes. 3. No. Answers Using the Imperative. "meet" is bad form. Say, "Mav I present" or "This is". ' 4. No, lliat Is the woman's privilege. . 5. "Thank you." Best "What Would You Do" so- Jullon—"b". some people will let 5'OU flounder if you try "c." Two Divorces Granted One divorce suit has been filed hi chancery court here recently and two divorce decrees have bccii granted in- vacation by Chancellor J. F. Gautncy Mrs. Lula Trcadway is asking a divorce from Waller 'Treadway on the ground of 'desertion. Her attorneys arc Holland and Barham'. Mrs. Edna Flcitz has been granted a divorce from Johnny Plcltz on the ground of desertion. J. C, Wilson has been granted a divorce from Mrs. Kathi-yn Wilson on the ground of indignities. returned after spending a.week at Bloomlield, Mo,, with relatives. ; Word \ v as received here the ftrts of; this .week that Mrs. Charles Manard of Cooler, who is sick with pneumonia at the home of her mother in Paragould, Ark., is 'in ,n. very serious condition. Those from Cooter wlio are wilh her arc her husband,' 1 licr sister, Mrs. V. W. Coleman, and Mrs. Grace Asher. Mr. and Mrs. L., I. Bums of Savannah. Term., were gussts of Mr. am: Mrs. L. w! Znhner over the week-end. ' Mrs. H. L. Cupplcs is vlsitin; relatives in Savannah, ,Tcnn. Mrs. J. I. German . who was returned to her^ home here from the Blytheville hospital 1 where she was taken following a car accident, is improving very nicely Mrs. Lute Williams and daugh- ter, Masine, who were : also inured.'.in : the accident 'are; still n the hospital but are getting along as well sis can be expected. Mrs. Jerry Holly is visiting her nothtr in .Little Rock, Ark. Mrs. Mary Hail of Poplar Bluff ind Miss. Eunice Little of Car- .Hhorsvllle spent Sunday here as guests of their father, Jess Little. Miss Eunice remained here for a, longer visit. H. L. Casey has returned home after a visit with,.'relatives in Bells, Tcnn. ilis wife remained there fcr a longer .visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ennis and son spent Saturday '.in - Memphis. AGONY DF Relieved the Christian rclig ion was brought to this countrj Actual photographs and reprints frcm old manuscripts w m nius- traic the discussion, it h as been Biil Tankersley, no- J]a. r who will join his naitnts * c «";' M* S. J. Tanker."cy icrc within a few days to make -—. is home, was drum major in th* a " llclm «<i bytlic pastor, the Rev. ^t a ho± I 11001 band ^ «™i™ ^^: ^°.. llas ^"i- ust Honors In a parade w, Fla., last week. Tliis band was . , exen ed an invitation to Ihc public . the first ] u ~|, choopl band ever Invited to p,u- ciMt in the Caspar ll|» Announcements Jcs. The colorful unit of school. c Courier News has been an, 50 nniM-' thorlzed to announce the follow- nd white' Ing candidates for BiythcviUe nui- ti-ouscrs, has been led i nicipal offices, to be elected on Tankersley on numeral is ] April S: . , , I For Major junior In the cilyj MARION WILLIAMS ' W. W. HpLLIPETER once ' Why be tortured by Piles? The soothing Thornton & Minor Pile Ointment, private formula of world's oldest rectal clinic. will give you wonderful relict as it has {or 47,000 former sufferers. You must be satisfied or money is refunded. Sold by Kirby Drug Co. Main Cut Rate HI- Way .Cut Rate KNITTING YAKXS FREE INSTRUCTIONS New spring and summer yarns Latest Styles Classes, Friday. 2:30 P. M. MRS. LESLIE HOOPKR. lioa Chickasanba Phone TJ'l HELPS AVOID Especially designed aid for nose and upper ttiront. where most colds start. Used in lime, helps prevent many colds. The Seri. Indians of.Tiburon ,. ' 'to air color child costs SB,15o] according --'i'-"- 1 lsl[ii|'d,, in; the Gulf of California, : to estimates of an insurance can run down horses, • coyotes, pany. The estimate inc:u'a«l ex- '",, deer, and even jaokrabbits, -onlpenses from birth until the' child foot,- It is •claimed.- I is 18 years old. Ealc of sporting arms and ammunition in the United States is the largest of a'iiy country in the world. Calotabs To Throw Nature J a Cold Millions have found in Calotabs a most valuable aid in the treatment of colds. They take- one or tw'o tablets the first night and repeat the third or fourth night if needed. -low ilo Calolabs help Nature throw oft a cold? First, Calotabs are one of the most thorough and dependable of all intestinal cllmlnants, Ita , i tract oi the cerm-ladeu mucus nod toxines. Scc'onci, Cnlotabs are diuretic to tha- kidneys, promoting the. cllmlnatloa • of cold poisons from the blood. Tliua Calotabs servo the double rjurpose of a purgative and diuretic", both 'of which are needed in the treatment of: colds. Calotobs hre quite economical: only twenty-five cents for the family • package, ten cents Zor the trial Backago. (Adv.). .Girls in.iilTiccs especially appreciate qualilyof Cliambcrl.iiu'j Lotion . . . after using it, papers never stick- to our fingers. Cli.imlicr- aui s is ,1 elm, R iquio^ dries quickly, U never sticky, Rrasy or gummy. And, Clinitihcr- l2in's I.oiion helps keep your hands and skin at- iraclK-c, liclps liccausc it siitmiiet. At .ill loilct gcxxls counters, bcrlain Lilwralorics Inc., DCS Moincs, Iowa. LOS ANGELES, CALIF.: Hudson Eiglit- 22.71 miles jicr gnlton! Tcrrjiplanc-22 miles per gallon! These are the official g;isolin« iniU'agc figures cslablisiied liy ; Hudson and Terrapianc in llie 352-raiIp ' 1 Los Angclcs-Yoscmilc Economy Run. Ami they arc certified by ihc. Anicricau Anto- inobile Association. Hudson licnlall oilier Eights. Tcrraplane Joppcd nil oilier leading low priced cars. Tiicse_car3 arc No. 1, too, in size ami all-around roominess . . . with 117-inch ivhc.clli.-isc in Terrapianc, and 122 and 129-incli in Hudson. And 55 full inches of front seat comfort for three . .. several inches more lhau in other popular cars. A r o. 1 iu power . . . ranging from 96 to 122 horsepower. No. 1 in safely . . . with hodica nil of slccl and exclusive Duo-Aulomalic Hydraulic Brakes. And they give you f>roo/ of performance and endurance no oilier 1937 cars can give you. Come in, sec for yourself. There's a car waiting for you to drive. Inc. Blytheville, 'Ark,

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