The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 23, 1934
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'-TWO I': (AUK.) COUUlliK NEWS 5-CrCt MONDAY'S EVENTS . Tile 1'rayer Group of the Presbyterian AuMlltury will 'meet »t 2:30 pni. at the church. v Daughter Horn f '7*.*. -*Mr. and ffi. Jake Meadows of j,-^ j&Vtf i^toU) N. "., arc parents of ft '&-£-; daughter, Mrs, Meadows was p?'kf (otnjerly Miss' Margaret Cobb who i/'"ir'HYed'-lri this city for n number ot i, jeaiV,'Mr, Mesdoivs, whose home } is-kt Newport, is with Ui.pont Co. Club Has Guests [ Mrs. i. 11. Elkins entertained [ members of tlie Thursday nrldge ' club this week when she also Imd ', as hci guests Mines. Fred Rutherford, Charles L,. Wylle, Farnsworth Black, W. J. Pollard, Hlmin Wylfe and Jnmcs Hill jr. . Pink Radiance roses nnd yellow •chryamthcmimis decora led the living roon/ for the card panics In which Mrs. J. E. Crltz won n card , teble cover for club prize and Mis. Hill a Christmas package of cards /or the guest prize. -An aspic salnd plate was served. Jewish Aid Installs Officers , Mrs, Morris Silverficld, of Osccola, was Installed as president of .the". Jewish Ladies Aid society In *a meeting last evening at the home of .Mrs. William liorowsky, •in Manila. Olhcr officers Inslallcd were: Mrs. Walter Rosenlhal, vice president; Mrs. Rcv-c Goldberg of psccola, second vice president; vr Mrs^ Z. Jeldcl, secretary; Mrs. ileininn Hess, tieasurcr. Plans were made for a Cluiii- H.ikni] program al Hie Temple Is- 'isel on Sunday, December 9. lias Club Parly At Counlrj Cluli A- * Mrs J A Leech wns liostcss lo ,. " tho Thursday Luncheon club members at tlic country club for the first of a series of club affairs to be held there this season by Hits gioup of women who meet weekly for lunch nnd n bridge game 1 . Roses decorated the sun room vlicic the Uo lables were arranged. A Thanksgiving menu was i served in Uvo courses. Mis Max D Miller won the Country Olufi •lias-.a Dance The first of a scries of weekly dances to be given jiy the country club during the prc-Chrislmas season was last evening. Haiold Smlbury and his oichcs- jlia furnished the music with a uumbei of special : fcatuvcs -Included in the program, Duncine; began at 3 o'clock and nt -11 - hainburg- ijsrs and coffee were served. Cocu Colas-woo scived throughout -the _bvcning nt small tables arranged in the ball room and sun -room, which have recently.been tumisti- ?."• .To Have C.iko Sllc. _ The LangD P. T. A. : .«-ll| have ji cake sale Saturday morning In .the building formerly occupied by -the Hall Sislcrs Shop, adjoining Ihe Ben r-ranklm store.-- Proceeds from Iho aflah will bs used to purchase textbooks for children of the school who cannot aftord them. « at Club Ha s Husbands As Guests At Party. , Husbands of members of the tYounrj Matrons Bridge club were guests of hojior at n party given _last evening by Mrs. W. C Ili"- -gmson ° * In flic bridge games Mrs. Di.xlc ..Crawford won a manicure, set: and :Muiiay Sjiiait, a slmvltig set. ;; A plate lunch was served. ^liuHcrc.I Al Club. '; Mrs o P. Moss, «-|io has been ,unay from tlie city for several I -months, was showered with gifUl -or preserved fnnt and pickles i,t ^ihe weekly luncheon meeting of Jhe Mid-Wcek Bridge club Thins-day nhcrt Mrs B'. A. Lynch was ^hostess -• ;... ~ Mrs Lynch also, had Mrs ' W Jl Cherry of Paris, Ark., house- -sucst cf Mr. and. Mrs;.-j Lo^s Oierr}. and Mrs A. B: Fairiield -who were presented gifts. Mrs ' ' H ^ SrCy "W* 1 ^ 'he club | _a»ard, hosiery . j "• '"**.. '/Club .llccfs. . ~ Members of the Tluirsday Cou- .Jract club »eic guests of Mrs =?rH ^ utl . for an .afternoon of -^ ? SC in whlch Mrs - O.' G Cau- ^dai won the pnzo, a double dcrt- *"of cards " Radiance roses decorated the liv- Jng room .Mhcre a chicken salad -*anberry frappe, butter-thins and - "e'wcre'thc concla- 01 the game. J. \j. Thompson Jr., of Memphis U 111 Hit; city as guest of Mr. and Mis, Hugh Nelson Thompson. Mrs. J. B. Clunp and son, Ciir- mcl, are In Memplils for Hie Christmas parade. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Little are on a motor trip through tlie cast. They plan to return home In About a week. Mrs. Odls Shepherd mid dauuh- ter, Wynetle, went to Jonesboro today where Mrs. Shepherd i will intend an Intel-national Relations club tanqucl this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd lived in Joncslwro until lust July when they j-cliiui- cti here to imikc their home, Mr. Hiul Mrs. H, Hlgl.nil spent yesterday In Memphis. Among those In Walnut Ridge today for the football game are- Dr. and Mrs, Paul L. Tipton, Mrs. W. J. Pollard, J. Ernest Hasson, J. Ernest Ilalsell, Tom Whtlworth 1-rank Whitworth, W. Leon Smith and children, Miny Elknbeth Bbr- uin, Putty Sliane, Martha Ann Lynch, Bnmellc and Uculah Belle Urndley, Nina Barnes, Virginia Martin, Ruth Dlllnhunty, Frances Liltlo, MIMrcxI Lou Iluljnard, Jane Branson, Pally June Davis, Harrell Davis, Nancy Claire McCaiilcy, N. H.-. Mcnard, Lloyd Stickmon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines mid son Harry, Samuel F. Nonis, C. O. Redman, Mr. and Mrs. Max 13. Held, w. u. Hlgglnsoi), T. a. A' chic frock of black pebble erepa has vcstce, Irreguliu--shaped jabot and Ascot tic of white moire.-ll's worn wllli a'black felt Imt, suede and patent leather shoes with scudless heels,' black'jnn-Ee to'match ^:, ., , k| '/ and whjtp pigskin gloves. 4-H Club at Gosncll GOSHELL, Ark. — Marvin Mc- Ghec is. preiidcnl of'the Oosnell <-H club, organized recently at " reeling of boys and girls nt the icliool house. Other officers are 1'cssle Potter, vice-president, Gllza- Jtlh Paynor, secretary, and Celba Grear, rciwrtcr. The sponsors are Etlzabclli McGhce and R. R. Ledbetter. Centenary College Boys in Favor of Brunettes SHREVEPORT, La. tUP)-Oen- llcmcn may prefer blondes but men studcnU at Centenary College here favor brunettes 7' to 2. At least that is the way they voted in n contest to pick Ihc beauty queen [or the college annual Out of 18 beauties picked in the finals, H were brunettes und four were blondes. GALLUP, N. M. tUP)-AI:.c West wants a good Indian who looks like [lie head on an Indian penny and a search of the Nnvnjo Indian reservation is' i.-,,der wav so that Mae can have her man.'The iiutian will have-a p:,rt in .Miss West's next picture. ^ tlCS dro ™ mu <* "">rc . han ants, insects t | lnt or . dmarilj shun water. lujp.ej Dili per and Bazaar CATHOLIC HAM, Thanksgiving Day Dinner Slimier 12 (o 2 5 to 7 • ' Price 50c , .SVERYJBODY WEjL.CO.ME FOOT TROUBLES ENDED;— ••w; IT H OUT charging you one cent, our expert trained by .Wizard Head-' quarters will help you as lie has helped hundreds: A(ter skillfully examining your stockinged feet— Ke'lllellyouhov/ to 'set lasting relief from pain and diicomfoit.. t! FWf«t "N'ew-Shipment' of " "r.AJ.LBN A HOSIEUY •hist Arrived AT THK NK\V YOKK STORE 1'loyd A. White Popular 1'riccil Shoes, Hosiery Too! Uospilal Holes^ i\tluiill-'d lo llic Blylliiivillc liosjiltnl: Mrs. Carl Arinslroni', city; dismissed: Mrs. C. C. Novvlin, Mun- lia; Virgin Mnnsflcld, Annorel; Mrs. O. C. Moore, city. Don't Trifle With Coughs Don't let them get a strangle hold. Fieht them quickly. Creoiniil- Elon combines 7 helps in one. Powerful but harmless. Pleasant to take. NO narcotics. Your own druggist is authorized to return! soar money on the spot if your cough or cold is not relieved by Creo- imilsion. —Adv. 8 "KflYSERETTE" COMBINATION Here's a cute Kayser liicM A snug,-warm'combina- tion .maa'e wilh.-the new Kayseiollc slilch. No side foslenirig Iq mar its suovo sleel<nes$, but plenty of strcfch lor prac- liccil purposes, Bits oj Mostly I ersona; fiiilcy, Jlminie Williams, Louise ind Lavonne Lullrell, Doiis Rue Jobyns. i. v. p r | e nd, .Mr,i. E. D. Noble mid son, Craword, of Joncsboro, and Mrs. J. M Cartwright of Houston, Texas, wlio U vIslllnE In Joneslxjro, her former liomc, were in u, e city vcs- (a-elay. Mrs. J, E. Callaway, of Arkadel- phla, Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Charles L. Wylle and Mr. Wylle. Sir, uml MIS. J. F. Lenll had us their quests loday Mr. and Mrs T. C. Oiiilegly ' and two ions of Corning, Ark., wl)o lived here i\ number of years ago. Mis. R. S. Moll has returned from Memphis where she was the guest of Capl. and Mrs. H, Ncriroy. Mrs. li. B. Smitl), of Leachville is tlie guest of Mis. Alice Lee rmd the R. A. Nelson family Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ingram and infant daughter have returned to Armorel, where Mr. Ingrain, wj )0 is with the U. S. Engineers, will be sluUoncd for the winter. Jackie Cumberland' rmd daughter o( Mr. and Mrs. Felix Cumberland, Is nble lo be out, after a week's illness from a throat ailment, , ,^. 'I. S. Williams attended lo business In Memphis yesterday. Mrs. C. E. Crlgger and Miss Lelu lilylhe will leave tonight for a week's stay in Chicago with Mr and Mrs. J. T. Plumps and fnm- il). Miss Blylhe will also go lo Detroit for u few days stay with her brother, Joe fllylhe, and family. C. E. digger attended to business in .Marked Tree Thursday. F1UJJAV, NOVEMBER 33,. Stcele-Cooter Society — Personal |l!|)s, unri Uisfcs MHigcrcl McOlui'c jiind; • Vei'Ji Riehurils. •:• fWat !accompanied home by Mrs, Ruby Hushing, who lias been visiting (relatives there for 10 day*. Fred and Richard Simmons of III. jhorc as guests of Mrs Ruth fid^rVte .Eunice cuthrie tt Cufhrie a,, Iniogone Munulng, Einiioe I ''lends here Hi's '.'i;;!:. Guthrie and . Ruth Lahon, ant i Roy Harper, Charles Trainer, their guest, Mis. Charles Onth.-ir: nll<t MisKcs Imogcne Mtchie and of Poplar Bluff, had rilnpm- a 't JJayli Sunday cvrtiliiK. Mr. eind Mrs. W. M. Hotly and Mrs. Lewis Lester and daughter Mela, and Mrs. Hayes Smith" «nf iliuighter, irnzcl, spent Riin(*r>y ni neclfool Lake, Tcnn. Mrs. T. C. Lewis jr. is nltcnrt- IJJig to business in St. Louis. Miss Mildred Harris, of Cardwell. Is the guest of Mr. and Mr? Cluster Taylor. Lois McCann, Clay L;.ml), and veliner Campbell hunted ncur New Madrid over tlie week end. Miss Anna Mae Smith has returned to her school at Cooiu filter a vocational home econo/nire jtrip to Kansas City. Pally J<«il.i> . , Mr. and Mrs.'.J. M. Kinnard, ot Cleveland, Okla., spsnt, last week end IIPI-P with their daughter, Mrs. J. V. C'MMs, nnd Mr. Olilldt;. Mr nnd Mrs conrad Frame were dinner cucsts of Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Booker Sunday. T. w. Whllfield and daughter. Miss Irene, nre visiting relatives In Mr, and Mrs. T. A. Howard, Mr. and MIS. newitri Smith, Dr. and Mrs. J. w. cliapman, E. s. Workman, no.v W. Harper and Ben Dol- lau spent lust week wid in Nashville. T< l'i'. ; fttlonding ''-(he \, f j\ QiVIU. *„ iluv y^iuiN^, jm,| u-pi-e accompanied home by A. j. n«i!, lrlc ' ™W ^ '""' lo His home ii lake City Monday. Miss Ruby Ashley spent, last'weck end with her parents in j 0 i,, or Ack. _ ' Mr. and Mrs, A, L. McBridc of Canillicrsvillc, arc gl|CSts of Mr and Mrs. L. C. Spencer. • • .' J. M. Gllliard and Mrs. D D Martin s|)cnl Friday in Memphis'. Cotultr rtews wsnt Arrs .HEADACHE; I % du« to funttionof diilunbonoe i ' G APUDINK contains several InBrc: iltcnla which ucl logclher .o tivcV qiiicker rcilef. Also [or pains duo lo • fr, C|)l_di, HDUralula. an d for miuen--' m enJ joint achcj. Ash for Canudinc J-^r.oiJ 4r the unodifkj tormula. Calru- dii. Brand Tulilola. : THEDFOfiWS BLACK DRAUGHT FOR CONSTIPATION '(jisccrpie-crust doesn't cause that heavy feeling"^ Mr , %u ng8 ClUSCO is the digestible shortening J1//S. A. Youngs is cnlkiisiastie about Crisco's remarkable digestibility. "Jwsl to shorn yon horn bud some fats ore for me," site says, "last summer I was very sick ajter eating potatoes Jricd in drippings. I learned about Crisco when I was visiting a friend who made wonderful pies with Crisco. They never caused gas pressure or indigestion. So now I use Crisco, too,' ami can enjoy hcvlthy fried foods and digestible pies." ' Well i| prcvcj lhat can'f digest" pola.oesfrifld in drippings. YOUNOS' STORY IN PICTURES You've giVBn ma a wonderful IIHID! And Thanti fo/ Ifie rccipei for your love!)'pies! \ Remember whal I said, Mrs. Youngi — olwayj use CRfSCO in your pfc-cruit and if will agres i Jack Appletam Mother, I con'l g«t over seeing you eof pie, a* calm 01 you pleoie. t though, you didn't dare" RASPBERRY CREAM PIE jam mUi zal h (Aij tliguliUc cuilard pic $ ™£ *"IPT 2 c«|« scaWc,! milk « t.-iblc5|>ooi,s tornslarcli 1 teaspoon vauilla" milk slowly over mixture. Cook.'stirring romUnUv,' until very tlurt. Remove from slovc Stir in cucV- Itcalcn sliglnly. IhoroiigMy blcmicd rctuni to trelorescning, sprud «ill. j. \a\ rr of raspticr'rv jam to\ cr lop \\ ill. oi.c-lia!f pint w hipped cream.' RISCO digests quickly G^«*KOOK BOOK for only 1'ROCTKK & GAi\n»,K, Dept. A P.O. Box S.t7 t Ctnclniuiti, Ohio. ScnJ ;•! ho Art ol Covkins ar oral« ai»l Iho ouisifc »-ram»r from a U-IVl can vj rnl Sctvin E " Ly Sarkh HttJ . ' • - - Sired AMrca...*ii!.<.:..?j!$^ .. CALIFORNIA J-EMON SPONGE I'lE Kcrtnc Jijrsllon la you uilli I/K tomjitirncnt-1 of Critcv! 3 cgy-i, sqiaratol I cup mi]k I "'j l ™f>" lr „ lluno.1—grated riuil oud>uicc > uliloiiooiia flour Jf tc.ispoo.1 sail |lp..l cgij^olls will, sugar until hrfil nml fiilffj Add llour iniM'l to .i |(«lo*itli a liltlcof the .mik. hl.r .nrcsloFlmlli,lc]iHm,ands.ilt.]'oWin>)calcniv)iHc3 last, lour ml.) unbaked 'dfaftilih Crisco iiic-crust (-•<rcsingle-crust jiroiiurliui.s in Master licciitc) hml bake for a few mimilct in a liot oven (IM°('.). Tlicri rrilure. tiiul finivl. cwkiuy in B moderate oven (•IjOM-.) All'iftatHmacnli /jTrJ— Crisco is tl.c rrKislcrcd Irnilc-iiurk of .1 slmrtcning luauufacturcd (>y 'Hie 1 rot-tt-r 5; Ocurjl/Ic C'o. DIGESTIBLE CRISCO PASTRY (.Vulrr ISttipt) , (Lsctltu rtriptti naif allyotir fttwrilf pitsiUgf'HMtD IXWrtl.K-CIUIST: 2 mp, Hour, 1 te.spoon sail. •/, cup t T«o,6 lo 8 lahtepoons water. '•• ?''i?''W : ^ liST: 1!i cursllour. y, leisroon 'M, '/• cup i 4f *S»! J IR «laWosnoona walcr. CVjim^fy tn'.'« Crtut— Rift ftour an'l sail. Do n->l rhlif "-IW, the err.^J?! y, diytiM ^sftOTfrm'flJ.CutinCriscufincly i^tirjnyugh cold water to hold mfxluro together. 'n Cfiiil— Sift flour «nd salt. Chill Crisro, tic ' «''""<"'"f- Cut in Crtsco craiaely. AJJ icc- ,'ju3t enough lo hold mkltire tujclkr. . Krom hrrd o'pVlhQ'mcthod is tho sanip; Kuil yaiiirv it , met, thick on \\ikl\y floured board, tt>r tuhii tf,U cover .••r.v«J«l pic-pUl?. Mek fellun? ant) «Wut R«ko in hrf ovtn (ISW.) l|Sir,ut«». K,ir («w,»,^ ,» c , bake Icn min' uto sin hJl syor fwl'F.Hbon icduco to aodcnic [350°v.i. Bike until fillin • U done. .

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