The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 11, 1932
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE. (ABK.) COURIIEB NEWS Society Calendar . , Mrs. Pahisworth Black having W«taMd»y Bridge club. New Wednesday Bridge clut> ; ' with Mrs. Rlley B. Jones. Women of Church of Christ! meeting with Mrs. Paul Grimes for Bible stvdy. ' P. £. O. Luncheon »t 1 i>- m. With Mrs. W. W. Hollipeter. Central Ward P. T. A. executive board meeting at school at 3:30 P. M. Junior High P. T. A, at 3 P. M. Thursday Mrs. O. P. Moss having Mld- W«k club. The U. D. C. »-IU meet with Mrs. J. W. Bader at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. R. .P. KIrshner is having the Thursday Luncheon club. Frl4iy American Legion Auxiliary meeting with Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. acetkcdtsl Womra Have Program, SocUl There were 52 membors of the Woman's Missionary society of the Fiiftt Methodist church at the program and social meeting Monday afternoon at the church. In a membership contest Just started, which Is to continue for three months, Mrs. W. L. Horner's gjJJjup led yesterday. Other chair men are Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. Ro land Green and Mrs. Fred War- for the program Miss Kathryn Clear played a piano voluntary and Mri. O. E. Crigger,. as leader, pre- siied. Mrs. R .N. HU1 oSered pray- ei> and Miss Carolyn Haley played the piano. With the theme "Wh;re Jyus Found God," Mrs. J. R. SUadman discussed "A Study ol China" and Mrs. J. W. Cochran '"Christian Colleges In China." Mrs. M. O. Usrey was in charge oj- the mission study used in which Mesdames Cochran, B. A. Lyiicr and R. N. Ware Jr., took part. .The hostesses, Mesdames A. M Butt, Sttadman, Crigger, J. H Stootherman, Billy Williams, W. J Pollard and Hill served sandwiches and coffee. * * * CUb Entertained. Miss Cora Lee Coleman was hos less to the Business and Proles sional Women's club and s.evera guests last evening for a spaghett -supper In the club rooms at the After the business session, led by «trs. Moore, she dismissed the leeling with prayer. Jirclcs M«L All ol the circles In the Wolan's Auxiliary of the First Pres- yterlan • church, except the night roup which meets next Monday vening, had programs yesterday .fternoon. A home mission topic n which homo mission leaders' i-ere discussed, wns used. In the business sessions plans were made for supplying winter lothes for the ward at the Vera jloyd home. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Circle 1. Mrs. Ross Stevens chairman, met with Mrs. O. P. Moss. The 11 present heard Mrs. Marsh M. Callaway lead the devotional. The second group, of which Mrs. W. A. Dobyns Is chairman, met at the church with eight present. Mrs. Zal B. Harrison entertained circle 3. Mrs. C. R. Babcock chair- nan. Besides the 12 members here were three guests, Mrs. Roy Walton, who explained the standard of excellence chart, Mrs. B. Allen, auxiliary president, and Mrs. Charles Bright. The devotional MS given by Mrs. T. J. Mahan. and family at Dell. George Purlnton, government farm loan inspector with lic'adquar- ters In Memphis, is attending to business here. Roy Head Is attending to business In Memphis today. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Howard ol Memphis were (jnests of ih?lr daughter, Mrs. Filppln Whitner, and Mr. Wnliner over th cwiek- end. W. B. Tanner has relumed frcni a business trip to points uf Louisiana. Miss Mamie Lyon has relumed to her home in Wlicallcy, Ark., after having spent, Hie. week-end with her niece, Mrs. W. I,. Horncr and family, She «'as accompanied horns by W. L. Homer Jr., who will E^end a week llierc 1 . Mrs. II. O. Piirtlow and daughter Nancy nnd her father, II. E. Ncblclt, have returned from several days stay in Forrest City, Ark., and Greenwood. Miss. Misses Cora I^ee Coleman and Marlj Hurnlsh and Mrs. Bornic: J^ms have returned from Helena where ir.ey spent two days at the district conference of the Business and Professional Women's club. Bits oj News Mostly Personal ters the guests were Mrs. Elva Foe, Mrs. Sue R. Masgn, Ml?s Ruth Thompson, Miss Jewel Lcc, Miss Evelyn Blytlie, Miss Maxinc Crook - and Mrs. A.'.T. 1 Clear. ' .Alter supper the 24 present playr ed bunco. Mrs. Poe won a handkerchief for flrst honors, second high, flowers, went to Miss Clara Ruble, and third high, {lowers, was won by Miss Marie Harnish. .In an informal program Miss Ruble welcomed the visitors and Miss Coleman, Miss Harnish and Mrs. Beralce Jones gave brie! accounts of a district Business and Prof visional Women's conference at Helen alast week-end, which they attended. Mrs.. Jonei,- as second vice president of the' state, and .".ate education chairman, presided at ths luncheon mealing' Sunday. • » * Medals Awarded. .The two medals, offered by t>- Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughter* of tha Confedsracj •for the bsst essays on "Southern Heroes," were awarded yesterday tc Miss Elizabeth Bwnstte in the senior high school and Miss Dorlnm Coulter in the junior high school. .The medals "arc of the Maltese Cross design with a red and whik center ol the U. D. c. emblem. Mrs. James B..Clark, president ol the local chapter, -nad" the presen tation. |Miss Burnctte, who is Hie dau»h- ter of, Mrs. L. M. Burnett;, has won numerous honors in recent years in essay writing, she wai awarded the Delphian essay prize last year and also won first in th' cbunty and second in the state foi her essay in another U D c contest. The Delphian prize was a book and five dollar gold pieces were given ty the Daughters of the Confederacy. She is a member ol the 'senior class. This is the third prize Miss Coulter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E Coulter, has won in U. D c contests. She is in junior high school. * 0 4 Sjniois Present Program. -MLss Luna B..-Wllhclm, spsnsor for the senior class of the city high school, presented n program for assembly yesterday ;The Rev. Alfred S. Harwell 1)as - tor of the First Baplltt church was (he guest speaker. His theme was "He Can Who Thinks He Can " Crawford Greene, superintendent i made the introduction. 'Other numbers Included a voice munber by Miss Carolyn Haley with MISS Kathryn Grear av the pla-io and the awarding of the U. D c medal to Miss Elizabeth Burn«ttc lor having written the best essay In the senior high .school • .* • »»Wi$t W. M. U. M«ts. .The W. M. U. of the Second Baptist church met Monday alt . \ at.the home of Mrs. W. M. Mc- Jkrland with ten members present 'Mrs. McFarla'nd was leader of U* Royal Service program fn which Mrs. H. Sj»ker-lsd In prayer, Mrs, B. A. Morris gave a talk, "The Crots and the Sword," Mrs. Les..W. Moore on "The Enemy W.ith the BoUfc." Mrs. T. I. Seay on "Bullets 1-rciii the En=my'a Onu'' asd Mrs. J. T. Ellis on "Our Weapons" Geree Moors, of Memphis, was the guest of Miss Velda Adcock Sunday. Mrs. Anne Stevens Potter Is the gu;st ol Mr. and Mrs. Barry B. Brooks jr., at Memphis lor a few days, slic was nccompauied by Miss Mary Eiicn Stevens wr.o returned home yesterday. Mrs. J. A. Leech-'has gone to Cleveland, Ohio, for a month's stay with relatives. J. H. Lenoe spent the week-end In Memphis. Mrs. W. B. Tanner and Mrs. John W. PInlcy will go to Memphis tonight where they will undergo toasllcctomles tomorrow at the'Baptist hospital. Mrs. Tannei expects to return home Thursday night. Mr.'Tanner and Mr. Fin- Isy, who will accompany them, will return tonight. Mrs. John W. Snyder and daughter, formerly, of here and now of Scdalla, Mo., arc visiting Mrs. Sny- Keiscr 'News Notes Luxora Society—Personal Miis Elizabeth. Spanu shopped In Blythevllle Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Worsley and children were in Blylricvillc on business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rodjwrs ar,u children of nlythevllle wer: guests of Mr. Pledgers' brother, J. Hodj- crs and family, Saturday. Mlssos Louise Taylor and Laruo Stevens visited in Blythuvllle Friday night. Mrs. C. M. Umllcet and Mrs. Walker Hyde or Osceola shopped In Blythevills Friday. MLss Lillian Rodgcrs has as her guest this week l:er cousin, Miss Nina Uodgcrs of Blythevlllo. MLss Margaret Richards was the Biiesl of her mother, Mrs. Dave. Richards of Memphis Thursday. MLss Bculah Tlllman spent the week-end with her parents at To-, mato. William and Adell George were in Memphis on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Wpnderlich and children, Junior and Betty, shopped in Memphis Saturday. the week-end here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Morgan. Able Baricovllz, Glen Martin and Ray Llmbau&h jr., attended the tennis tourney at Maiden Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Body Jabour and children o.' Cariu.iersvllle were the guests of Mrs. Wolf Khourlo Sunday RC rnoon. 'ocio -3- MLss Jewell Lc feek-crid at the|home of Mr. and Irs. Bert .SkirAer of Caiuthers Ille. She visited Miss Mary Curls who lives with her sister, Mrs. Misses Marie Long and Jr.n!cc ipeer, who attend A. and M. col- :ge at Jonesboro, spent (he w«ek- nd at home. Mrs. Jcs-e Victory and children,] Mrs. Alice Wilson nnd Harvoy Wilson spent Sunday in Wilson with Mrs. Clavls Crockett. Tile Rev. and Mrs. Galloway of Joiner were here Sunday whlb Mr. Gnlloway filled his appointment at the Methodist chinch. .Mr. and Mrs. C. L. NlchoUspent Friday In Ulythovllle visiting their daughters. Mrs. Harry Wcidman nnd Miss Jamie Nlci'.ols. Lawrence Hood of Blythevllle was here on business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor hnvo as their house guest Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. L. Holt of St. Louis who will spend several weeks with Ihem. Miss Irene Nlchol; was in Bly- ttiovllb Thursday night to attend the show. She was accompanied uy Lloyd Bncklmm of Osceola an:! Sterling Mnif and Elizabeth Davidson of Luxora. MLviSnc Whipplc mid Oris Childs motored to F/ythevllle Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Denby of Marks!. Tree visited friends in Kel- Ecr Suhfiiy. Mr. Denty W as formerly the Vmtchc-r at tho Kelscr Supply Mr. and Mr.5. E., Bruce and fam r ily drove lo Manila 'Sunday. Haytt o Society—Personal Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kirby are :he parents of a baby daughter burn Saturday. She has been named Tony Farrcll. Mother and child arc doing fine. Mrs. V. E. Hopkins and son Billy, of Chnflec, were the week-enc guests of Mrs. Hopkins' mother Mrs. D. B. Hayes. They returnee home Sunday afternoon. Elmer Wllbanks arid Weniel Holmes of St. Louis were the week end guests of Wendell's parents, Mr and Mrs. Bert Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Dewcy Randolph and Mrs. Dickinson of Memphis were the week-end guests of Mr and Mrs. J. W. Randolph. D:v.-e> Randolph is the son of J. W. Randolph. J. W. Randolph suffered a heari attack Saturday. He Is Improving. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. McDonald and children attended the air races at Paragould Sunday afternoon Charlss Amos Morgan, who employed at Greenville, Miss., spen The HAPPY ENDING . . '. By Jimmy,, WEVE HAD & LOVELY , TIME, SALLY I DONT SEE HOW THEY OOIV MARGARET, JIM GETS THE SAME SALARY I OO-YtTTHEY SAVE MORE MONEY WHAT ARE 1 DOING .MARGARET? OH! I ASKED SALLY HOW SHE AND JIM MADE OUT SO WELL SHE TOLD ME IT WAS ORGANIZED BUYING AND TOLD ME HOW, m TRYING '••L. WELL, HARRY, WE'VE SAVED TWO [HUNDRED EXTRA DOLLARS IN THE LAST YEAR AND BOUGHT I. [LOTS OF THINGS WE DIDNT V THINK WE COULD AFFORD BEFORE YOU BET.MARGARET THATOFfciANIlED BUYING is FINF. BUSINESS ¥ I'S simple. 1'irsi, of course, tonics the iilannin;; of ;i -•- simple, flexible budget. Then take Ihis cnpy of this paper and look carefully through thu ads lo linN the items that you need at Ihc prices thai lit your budget. 1'ill your wants every day by rending the advertisements in this paper to biihince your budget before you go out lu buy instead of buying the things you want and (hen KCC : iiiK if your budget balances . . . this in organized buying and will give you. more things for less money; less effort. The COURIER NEWS THE HOME NEWSPAPER spent tr.e past ISTER MAI KITCHEI By SISTER MARY , less ways. A cren NfA Service Writer vegetable- on toast A good meal to start tile day is of crisp bacon ; the normal, healthy requirement of children. The normal adult nce:'s some type of morning meal even if it's the lightest variety, but children must have a nourishing, unhurried breakfast before they can begin their day. A morning In school uses up a vast amount of nervous energy as well as physical strength. No child can work mentally who is not nourished. LJstleiisness, headache or irritability may be the result of scanty breikfasts. Th; "hearty" type, which Includes fruit, cereal, eggs or Ihelr-equivalent, breadstuff s and beverage, makes a convenient family breakfast because it takes care of the children, and adults who are not active muscularly can pass by Ihe extra dished and lim- warm dishes in pi; Cilsp losul to m: is beneficial for tV teeth ns well as hi It's a good Ulea lo cooked ccrcnl and with ready-to-scrv. Tomorrow ]?d meat or wit'n a uarnish ake acceptable ce of -eggs, e a chill chew welfare of his general health, serve toast with inuftlns or rolls c-jreal. Menu , b .,,., T, . . i i'«s uy me exua oisncu anu iim- Ihe Brareadoc.o school, will re- H themselves to their irult and 'pen October 11 after a six weeks | coHee :olton picking vacation ,, ' .... children have littb .ipp^- Hucjtabn. Misses Mildred Bruce and Flora Bell Kersey spent Sunday with Miss Sylva Huckata. The Senior B. Y. p. u. will go o MlcoJa Tuesday night for a business nnd social meeting with the Mlcola B. Y. P. u. Clepr Lake Farm Miss Lois Clayton was the Sunday dinner guest of Miss Lucille Randolph. Mr. and Mrs. James Rambo of Tennessee are visiting V,:e former's nother, Mrs. Annie Rambo. Mrs. Mattlc Bynum of Round Lake visited her brother, Henry Ralph, Sunday. Mnldie Bcckman had as her Saturday night guest Miss Ftorene Clayton. Misses Helen and. Mary Ralph had as their guests Sunday Miss Marjorle Taylor and Miss Exa Steele. Mrs. Kate Bass is sick this week. Lnnyoii Joiner, who has been at work in Mississippi, is at home with his parents. There will be a box supper at the imuse Friday night. A cake will be awarded the most beautiful gir and there will also be a pri« "for the ugliest man. Everyone is invited. plained In several ways. Tha evc- ilng meal may have been too heavy and too rich. Too much food at bedtime keeps the stomach work- ng over-lime and prevents restful sleep. Sleeping conditions are another factor which may cause loss o: appetite. Careless ventilation and the wrong bed covers can make a child quite indifferent to his teak- fast. Be sure to allow plenty of time lor a child lo eat his breakfast nnd have at least fifteen minutes b?- tween the time lie finishes his meal and the time t:e must start to school. As to breakfast menus, don't get in a rut. The same fruit, the same cereal and the .same egg become distasteful morning after morniiw' You can use the less acid fre- sn fruiLs alternately with stewed fruits to make a change in the br«ft'f a st fruit. Tomato juice pleasantly c fcii|- ed and car-Mully seasoned/can lake the place of orange juleg' occasionally. 1 Cereals cau ready-to- serve ...— -. / OUL ready-tc-rf 3rvc cream, baked ej/, s wuh „ ham and rrmir. ml , mnSi „,[,,._ bcof _ LUNCHEON: Vegetable chowder, toast sticks, chocolate rice nuckllng, grape juice. ' DINNER: (jhickcn ami veritable I en casserole,: head lettuce with! cheese balls (Lin d. marmalade susd-i, peanut, brittle ice cream, milk, collce. This LitUfe Pig Really Likes' to Go to Market WABASlj, ind. (Ul 1 )—Here's one! i"e pig Unit likes to a o to mar-1 ket. ; Fred Kjjjfabtr, a farmer, owns| a pig which likes to rice in auto-! mobiles. 1;he pig is a pet and every • time Ifefater's auto or truck starts oiit of the barnlol, the pig I nd a (log [he car. I \Whiciicvcr wius gets the coveted ;?xt to the dcor. I 10c Ql. Delivered Phone 71 lue liutlermilli (lo to Church Sunday . to of AC COD! re variety, serve :ke:l or ve I hem with plenty of rie.h milk or cream and make full u;; B o r the wide |i- rlety of grains/ Something hst aids digestion and can be provided by a cup of hot milk or cooo< with milk if a ready- to-servs Eggs Dr.PaulF.McCuicheii ft. Dentist STEELE, MO. Phone 85 is served. be cooked, in uuniter- TRAVEL BY BUS Lowest Katts - Fastest Time - Best Service From Blytheville To Memphis - New Orleans - Dallas St. Louis - Kansas City - Chicagu Tickets Sola Everywhere TWO SCHEDULES EACH WAV DAILY Ens Leaves—North Bound—1:05 A. M. and 1:25 P. M. South Bound—4:40 A. M. and 5M5 P. M. L;irgf Modern I'arlor Coaehus Look for the Name "Egyptian" FOR TICKETS \N1) INFORMATION GofT Hotel, Phone 736 Dent Service Slalion, Plione 553 Egyptian Motor Lines, Inc. tLECTRICITY for a morning's Dewing costs less than a Shirt Button ... An electric sewing machine costs almost nothing to operate. The price of one shirt button pays for the electricity used in an 'entire morning's sewing, and sewinj] with an electric machine is quicker and easier. The electfic motor responds to a touch, and there is no energy required to start or stop it. Other electric appliances also operate cheaply and are great labor savers. Electricity for a week's ironing costs less than ten cents. Electricity to make toast for seven mornings costs a dime. A nickel's worth of electricity whips fifty pints of mayonnaise. F, Usually the cost, of electricity is the smallest item in the household budget. Fen cents a day is the average bill pf all our domestic customers. This is less than the average family spends daily for soft drinks, for candy or for the movies. home is wire d to Be sure your make use of as many electric appliances as possible. Let electricity do the work in your home. Electricity does the household . tasks better, more quickly, and for less money than you can do them yourself. ELECTRICITY IS THE CHEAPEST THING YOU BUY ARKANSAS-MISSIOURI POWER CO. .CONSTANTLY-RENDERING COURTEOUS SERVICE

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