The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 28, 1934
Page 2
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BLYTI1EVILLE: (AUK.) "COURIER'NEWS Social Calendar nk£(iviiig 'dimcc at country dub,- 1 'P. ic. • ' JSUHAyS EVENTS . Womui'8 club meeting 2 30 P. r M , ell* bwse. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Call mwllng of the Board of Tryst««'»nd members of the Womans Club at h woe of Mrs. s. S. , 7:30 p. w. Cwutijr Clnfc ' Annwuicts ?M& t*r Think»tivlii5 t H* country club, which last , week bettn a writs of pre-holl- ' days affaire, will celebrate Thunlcs- ffvlng with a'daitce tomorrow cvo- Elnj,: from 1 8; until 1 o'clock, liar- old Sudbury and his orchestra will play. Pit ' sandwlehes and drinks .Will be served at 11:30 In the ball room which his recently been . t „ , .... Dtoner will alto be served by itawyaUon. Tji'ere will also be dances on Thursday, December 6 and 13, preceding the tea dance Chrlsfc- Bii*« evening. At that time '. daiic- lujjiilll begin at 5 o'clock and re - frathments »1U be served at, the supper hour. Dancing; will con- tlrijie' until midnight. The holiday affairs will be climaxed' with a "Danco Night 'in Harlem" on New Yeai's Eve. These affairs will Supplement the /regular Sunday night supper Jsarrles. Glrtn. Losers in the contest held by the FirsJ Christian church for the evangelistic meeting, entertained the" winners *ith a banquet lost «Y*nlng at the social liall The ' AT" slfte lost so Its incm- berssfrvnl.a.three course menu at aftible appropriately deviated for the Thanksgiving 1 season Baskets, made from pumpkins, held \egeta-, bits ind fruits for centerpieces. 'OT^C-^'QN" side nab second In "the contest so its members provided the entertainment in. the •form of afl Impwmptu program w)th J. Cecil Lovie as master of ceremonies The men sang a "£mlles" chorus, there was a debate Jiy Mrs Jojin o MeHaiiey and MM. love,- . the' -high school students ptesent sing-, a "Rooster" chorus. and Mrs. A O Hall gave a mock tap dance. ' * % The "OZ" side »on >".-••• Stcooi B*pUst W,' M. S. Hai'Meetinc. : , ,The Royal , feervlce' program, "C!«^lng Hands With Our Southern < Neighbors" y,as used at the «eetm ff ci the,,Wonian's Mission- aty society of 0|»L,Secoad Baptist church* Monday J «H*rnoon at the home of Mrs J. c. Harnlsh \Mrs.' T. J RSnfro, leader, read from the 103 Psalm for the devotional and Mrs -W M. McFarlnm and Mrs Leslie Moore took part 01 the program ' Mrs. Moore, «ho Is teaching (hi study book, presented the thin chapter, "His Light Displaces The! Images' 1 Mrs Honfro, Mrs Mcftr. land, Mrs. Moons led in prayers • • « n»U Society Meets. ;The Woman's Missionary soc!cl< of the Del! Methodist church me' Monday afternoon at the home o Mrs Earl Migers with seien mem bers and t»o visitors present. Mrs Woodard and Mrs Noble Gil gave a program and In the so&in meeting plans were made for thi turkey dinner to be glvea Thanksgiving day at the Methodist churcli for the benefit of the churcli. The price will t»e 35 cents The next meeting »UI be at ti home of Mrs E. M. Woodard Claw M«ts. Bet-can class of I Assembly of God church met unday evcjilng. The program was »ned by singing, lead by Miss live Burns. An Interesting program was l>ie- Mited by vii-gll Hopkins' grouii. Ith Mrs. Rosalie Cummlngs, Mrs. lUiea Loony, Holland Akin, Mrs. illic Mae Akin, and Mrs. Clco , hodes taking pnrt. osed ose< lhC ter, w. A. lIcllliiBsworlli, w. n, Moore, J, it. Lambert, Atlillc WJiccler, o. J, Walker, Ethel Whcsler, El7<i Whcclc-r, Oiwr Sutherland,* Nlta Bunch, Kate Dimoli, S, D. Tato, Beatrice Maxwell, and Wllllnm Burnham. • • * ». »'. W. Cluli UM Social.- Misses Marjnret Merrill und >- ( M.nnle Matthews were lioslosses lo br i -, ,• banner nnd the service was! ire memters of the Umtecd- with prayer by Mia en's club "ml I'o live Burns. * • « 'ellowslilp Night at T. E. Church Tonight Members nnrt friends . Methodist Cluirch nra invlt- Wright, i to the Fellowship supper and The rooms rograni tonight, al 6:30 o'clock, clglileeti 11 who come are Invited to bring dlsli as, their contribution t lo the upper. A pageant sponsored by ifi young people will be given iif- ?r the supper. * * • las Club, • , Mrs. Chester R. fialxiock eiiter- allied the Tuesday/ Bridge club his oek for luncheon und a bridge amc, The prlne. a mirrored plamic •eiit to Mrs. M, A. Isaacs, ?•.*«• , 'lab Has Gurst '' Mrs. .Walter o. Oard, of Wilson •as guest of her daughter, Mrs: niley B. Jones, yesterday arter- loon when she hud (he young lutrons Bridge club, Mrs. Lloyd Sttckmnn won the HM, a lace chnlr set. A molded salad was served with offec nud sandwiches, tvcii Shower. Mrs. L, T, Burnhinn, who was )cfore her recent inarriiige Miss Victoria Thompson, was guest of lonor at a shower party given by nemocrs of the Yarbio Woman's Missionary society Tuesdny aftcr- nooh nt the home or Mrs, Zoa I'hompsoi), mother of the .bride. Chicken salud sandwiches, Trull cake, pickles imd ciike were served alter the Interesting assml- ncnt. of gifts had been dlspjiiyed Those pretsnl were: Mtss Mildred Talc, Mmcs. Thomns Jackon, James Bomar, Paul Kimbrough. Margaret Coulter, A. M. LaFcrney, Eurllnc Coaller, K M Jooncc, L. -M. coaltor, c. C Carl O. E. Johnson, Myrtle B ynun, Sue Catdwell, Vii-gle Krul^, Dcxshn Mick, C. L. Freeman, B. P. Pol- ss Worn MI° — intn i n« t><>^^l>)| llllijrrLti Margaret Willlnnis and Irene Crow- oer Mondny night at Miss Matthews' hoinft Tniigo n- ns jilayeri by die lour tables, with prizes awarded to Cora Lcc ni >!drl!l|[fi ami Era open lo the Hie Thanksgiving motif, with refreshments of Individual mince meat pl es topped with whipped cream, coffee, mid candies also curried out llic motif. - * * * Has Flrsl HJrfrid.iy 1'iirly. Mrs. Sam Lloyd entertained nine young friends of her son, Merrcl vales Lloyd, and their parents nl Her home on the Sandy liidge road Simday afternoon, in honor of M cr - I'ols first birthday. The children present were Alice Mnry Harden Joyce Bm-iis, Junior Eutanlis, J 11' '"""- '-, Ellxabct], MUCS, D; , ro]l i Lloyd, • lluby Mny Ay cock Iiiiogene Aycock, and i tCT a Dell Moyd. 'ific adults present were M>'S. W. H. Lloyd, r>frs. M. c. Burns, Mrs. J. H, Eslcs, Mrs. OlnyJon £-«- tumks, Mrs. Boyd Harden and Mrs Otiarlcs Hilcs. Tlic hostess £ ervc<l angel food «iko mid ice cream. row Injuries rcwivcd ii'lieii struck ly an automobile, is now able to :c out. Tom Mnlmn, who attends • the Jnlvcrslly of Tennessee School oi Mcdldn: nl Mempliis, will spend he holidays at home. Mrs. Marvin noblnson and Mrs W. H. Mlnynrd spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. und Mrs. Arthur Hushing wll IHVC as tht'lr guests tomorrow Mr nml Mrs, VV. N. Jotics of f,!lllc nock iud Mrs, Lena Winters o( Augusta Ark. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Wiiitei ire slslcrs of Mrs. Hushing. Miss Marguerite Pride and Olive Bits oj Mostly Persona: Mrs. Albert mrarlollc and daughter, La Dcstti Louise, o[ Manila,' were guesls of Mrs. Vader Morris', of'Osccolci. Mrs. Morris accompanied Mrs. LiiFiulcllc home to spend several weeks. Mr. und Mrs. Sam 'Ltnigdon of Peorla, 111., will nrrlve lodny lo be guests of their rtulighler, Mrs. A. M. Wnslibtini, mid liimily, until Saturday. C. J. Evnifd, who h;is been con- lineil to his bcil for sevcrul dnys In Little Rock f w '„ f county directors In dlscnof | leglslutive program. O. Shonyo " uiity sJiillary Inspector, who lias been, attending to business there or several days, and D r . wash- ! burn will return home tonight. ' ; Mr. and Mrs. P, B. Jpyner and children left this afternoon for Hoiiika, Miss., for two days Miss Dorothea Rogers will avriv :o!iiglit to s|)end tha holidays with W. copncdgc will Thanks jiving nt Horseshoe lake wlicr tltcy will oe guests n t a dance to morrow evening. / Mr, and Mrs. niley a, Jones wll ;o to Wilson tomorrow, acconipaily Ing Mrs. Walter o. Card, motile of Mrs, Jones, who has been her since Sunday. Mr. mid Mrs. Charles Perry w l spend tomorrow in Memphis/-. Mr. and Mrs. Whit Goodman ami daughter. Lee, will fi o to Memphis tomorrow for a visit with Mr. Goodman's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson Th * "NOVEMBEH 'Ml • «rs. I und family )v lll j,oi|,| aj , s s «l Bells and other j»inls o! Tennessee. Mines, c. II. Hall, James Hill jr , O. a. Caudlll -und James B. Clark «psjil yesterday hi Memphis, -Mrs Hall and Mrs'. Clark visited- the crippled children's and adults hospitals mul made arrangements, for two more Blylhevlllo children to be placed in the hospital. Ur. A. M, Washburn, director of tho Mississippi county health 'unit, -. - --•- -.~..m*j,, vn\n mother, Mrs. Emma Lou Hoj- :Bcrl Lynch Jr., W H 0 . ulv , nua Washington University at St. Louts lias arrived home for tlic holidays! i ! Miss Martha Ann Lynch and Miss ' AHa Mae Garllngton have gone to Searcy, Avk., to spend tho holidays with relatives. 1 Max Usrey jr., a student nt Tu- lanc University, New Orleans, is at. Ijojne lor Thanksgiving. I Miss Mildred D. Cooke, of Memphis spent the first of the week I here as guest of Mr. mid Mrs. W. Owen Uliie, cnroulc to Newport for Hie ThnnkEtlvIng holidays. Dr. W. S. Eastburn, Miss Bess Godwin and Miss Myrtle • Barnes spent the day In St. Louis ycs- lerduy ut tlie Missouri Cliiro|iraclor bllnic where Miss Burncs underwent examination. • Mrs. Pnt O'Bryant is Kping to Memphis tomorrow night ' to al- tcncl the concert by Grace Moore at the Auditorium. The llcv. nud Mrs. V. E. Buttcr- worth and two sons, David und Halnh, lelt Wednesday niornlng for Southwest City, Mo., lo spend the (lie holidays with Mr. BiittenvorUi's brother run! family. : Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wright, of Memphis, were in I he city yestcr- CAKD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many ,Mcmls lor their kindness shown during [lie sickness and death of our husband und father, J. u. Fields. Mrs. J. B. fields Mr. aiicl Mrs. J. w. Fields Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fields. NOTICE The undersigned Service Stations wish <o notify their customers they will close al 10 A. M., Thursday so their ' employes mas- observe (he thanksgiving holiday. The lomn. Jackson station will lie "unable " to' close until it o clock, hut'will not remain open .after thai time. MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION 3.15 K. Main St. \, GULF SERVICE STATION Corner Main & Division 777 SERVICE STATION ''.••: •". Corner Fifth & Walnut . . MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION Corner Chickasawba & Highway 01 . MAIN SERVICE STATION Corner Main & Fifth PHILLIPS' 'w SERVICE STATION } Corner Main & Division . • , TOM W. JACKSON SERVICE STATION Corner Ash & 2nd.Sis. s o First Presbjtertan church had ! IL regular monthly meeting at th tome of Mrs Alice Womack Mo day e\enlng There «crc clcve members and one visitor, j Nick Thomas, present. Conundrums and Thanksgiving contests entertained the guesU ~ Mrs Womack, assisted by Mrs. Hires Allen, and Mrs Keltic Mcade •served refreshments of Ice cream arid cake and hot, tea Beautyrest The Mattress You've Always Wanted Sleep On Yours Tonight *,Mrs. William O'Neal has announced tho marrage of lier daii?h- gr, Iris, to Mr A H Bmgham, of Blythevtll* ana Greenville, Miss. TTie marriage took place here Sim<»y »ith the Rev Stuart H.'sal-' mon, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, performing llio ccr- ejhony -The bnde iore a froclc of Roose- wlt blue with matching accesso- • -ye the couple . were Miss Janet Lo\elt, of Cleveland. ' ^! S 'n? Ir -- ana XIrs - Cecl1 Wright and Clarence Shearin • >•• ' Meet ." Christ Ambassadorc of the /* Colds 'ield Quicker to •ction of vtsas Wrkker Scrrke Ifctor C*« It's ensy to own Beautyrest now. Come i:: tomorrow morning, test it lor yourself, V and t o m o r r o w night you Mill sleep like a cJilld. 'How you sleep tonight will dctennine how you look and feel tomorrow. Broken sleep on a poorly made mattress leaves you tired and irritable. Deep, sound sleep on a Beautyrest built to give your body PERFECT RELAXA- 1 ION \vi|l leave you feeling alive, radiant and wild sparkling eyes. delightful' iKislet shades lo choose from, in lhe cooering».- FURNITURE CO. to use says young Mrs. Garsorif it is so light and digestible" Mrs. n alter T. Carson hadn't cooked with Crisco until she was a. "6w<cV> Mother ha&Wmi/s'tiscd shortening she had rendered herself at home, so I did n't'have a chance to know'aboul Crisco," 'she says "II was after I was married, three years ago, thai I read about Cnsca's digestibility I'd never been able to digest greasy foods so eimjthing I read about Crisco appealed tow-especially that il was a pure digestible fat. I tried Hand liked il a. lot. I noticed 'that foods mnrfc viith Crisco tasted better. Eten'whcn my baby was coming, I ate Crisco pastry, because it didn't give vie indigestion^ My doctor said it was okay as long as I felt all right. So I know Crisco is digestible. And that's why I got mother to use Crisco-sh'e likes, it' 'ivnu as much as I do." ' . .;mi MRS. CARSON'S OWN STORY IN PICTURES MRS. CARSON READS -CRISCO STORY' 5 MRS.XARSON TEL15 MOTHER WHY MRS. CARSON CHANGED TO CRISCO Mofher, wny don't you change to CRISCO? (fit a fluffy, digeitibJc Perhaps I augM to try CRISCO— r>ieje CRISCO recipai sound 10 Qdod. And I'm going to Iry CRISCO, si/ic vc Keard il i pure and wholesome. fried potatoes, mother. But look 10 good— P no} greaiy! \ I tn glad K \ hear yoy so, becouio I'm doing my frying now iffi CRfSCO. , ANGEL FRITTERvS a dninl;/, iligcsliljla i/astrljrictt in tlitjnlilAi Criscv 1 cup flour s CVisco 1 teaspoon powdered sugar 3 eggs .C,15|}rKJH salt •'/> 1 cup hoiling ivalcr ' }'•• Yi teaspoon vanilla' I'ulCris. in n 5.iu( Crisco for deep fryin^'-^ mt, tiuick-dtgcattugfat) atulvatcr. V; •iiig to boiling point. Sift in flour lo Vi ou'sly. When mixture forms a ball funl does not stick,;-. lo the side of llic (about two ininules) turn into'' 1 a howl. 1*1 coo! two or llircc minutes; bcatiii vvliolc '"• fgBS. oncnl n lime, healing lliormiRlily; add VRuilln.' '. Urop by dessert spoonfuls inlo Craea (Hie truly A'-'-.. gablilalnl) heated lo Sfl5 0 F. A piece of bread will '*: nromi in (JO seconds at this tcmperntiire. Let tlietn'- stay in lltcliolCnscoliirningoeca-stoiisIb' l ' nl 'i l i' c y ' puff up and nrcltghlly bnin-ned. I>b not try to cook' more llisn Icur or live of tlic frillcrs nl llic same lime. Hcrvc ^ tlli Ihin litmey. Or split anil fiil with swrclrncil TvTiiii|>ed cream combined ivilh chopped- ffuUorJiernc-^.^lrain C'riscoaniJuscrbrfoiDgagaia and again. Crisco keeps tlijulibk. COOK BOOK I digests quickly *—' j. •>( PROCTER & GAMBLE, Dcpt. A P. O. Boi 837, Clnclnnafl, Ohio. I tncloK 2o cenU aod the outiH* a| Ir7! C*ri?co. Send "The Art of Coolticc aal £*r ? Name , '.'. Slrccl Address '. .'. t Irsm i Wb. cjo inj" by S WHOLE WHEAT DOUGHNUTS Y la gil lhe jo»i oat ofllitsc.fry I'n Critat, . thedigat'Mefall ' 2H cuns ivuilo fiour : Ji cup Crisco J tcaspooua biking t eggs ; " powiiir lii! cups milk I Icaspoon Mil •1\i cups i\)io!c n-twil !/ Icaspooi) cinnamon flour '.-. . . )\ teaspoon nultneg Ofoui Criico willi naif Uic siigart'Deal eggs will. ' <>thcr lialf. Combine tlictnx) mislures. Silt the biking powder, s.illand spices ivith the while flour «ii.) • mix with tlic whole wlicat Jour. Stir, in altcrnalefy «ith Hie niijk. If : not stiff enough »dd mnrc while flour. Hoi) out» iwrljon «l»t.iw^ on a well-floured Irard, sliape nillta doughnut cutler. Fill an ordinary deep, •'fial'bott.oiaed. s*u«p»B JJ-full wjjh malted Crisco, llie'BuSy'yvirf'-rffcwIwif fat. Heal : (lowly unlil Crisco is SCS-3751'., or uutil il tiromis" j cube of bre«d inCO seconds. Drain on paper. Bugar whcn'cooKKolicctliatCriKV-frietltlougliuulsareu't • jrcisy and inJigcsliblc, Klrain Ctisco ami put aw»y for other fr.viap. 11 iecps dijatiUt.

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