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PAGE TWC (ARK,) COURIER JRecejit Bride Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTP Ynrbro Home Demonstration club sponsoring bingo parly, clgltt O'clock, catholic Hall. Mr$, p. O, Langston entertaining fown, find Country club at two o'clock. Parent Teacher association of Sudbury school lmv!H6 "Rxtlwr'p Nfghl," 7:30 o'clock, lit school. •Mrs. Charles S. Lemons nnd Mrs, T. J. Mahnn entertatnltig Chapter D, P. E. Q. sisterhood, with luncheon at Mahan home. Mrs, W. J. Pollard entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. -Executive board,' Junior-Senior high Parent Teacher association, meeting 2:30 o'clock at schoo) followed, by general meet!n| at l)iree o'clock. • THURSDAY.'S EVENTS Baqhelor?; cjijb having dancing JWty 'fit' 'American j<cglon Hut, 9:30 o'clock^ Mrs. S. p. Martin and Mrs. G. S. Barnes entertaining Elliott Fletcher chapter of United. Daughters of Confederacy (it '2:30 o'clock at Barnes' home. Young People's club, Church of Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight"o'clock at Catholic Hall. Study group of American Assor elation of University Women meeting with Mrs. James H. Bell; 7:30 o'clock.- , Mrs. C: W. Garrlgan entertaining Thursday Afternoon club. Mr$, Harry W. Hatnes entertaining Midweek Bridge club. Delta Contract cliib meeting will) Mrs. W.' n, McOhirkln. Thursday "Dessert clnb meeting with Mrs. Earl Buckley. Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford entertaining Double .Four club. Thursday Luncheon clviu meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. FRIlXv/'S EVENTS All's. Louis Apiilcbiuim entertaining Friday Bridge club. Music department Woman's club, mecling three o'clock at club house. Miss Ilnidbcrry snd , Fliinec Compiinientccl Mtss Olive Bradbcrry and D;m Rider of Paragould. whose mnr- i-iagc is to be solemnized April 12, were complimented with a biiiret cupper given in Paragoiild Satiir- ' day night. . Miss Ess Ella Brcckenridge, o( Paragould, entertained four couples .at the party which was followed ;. with dancing al the Ktiigsway club. Guests were Miss Rosemary Saw, ell of Campbell, Mo., Bctitley v. Teavor of Senath, Mo., Miss Mnr- cla Owen, Donald J'otlcr mid - Charles McNttilcy, all of Ptiragould, . Living Creatively Is Theme Of Program "Living Creatively" WIIK the l.lieme of tlic program presented yesterday at the meeting of the 'Woman's Division for Christian . Service of the First Metliocllsl, church nt the church. Mrs. L. E. Baker vvas leader of the program. '•. A paper on "Living Crcntiyuly" .was read by Mrs. Lcc Armstrong. after which" the lite of Isabel Tho- biirn was discussed by Mrs. Charles L. Wylie and Mrs. j. w. Adams jr. 'Ihe mission study taken from "Homeland Harvest" wns tnuglit by Mrs. L. L. Hub en Dr. Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Armstrong Mrs. .•Farnsworlh Black, Mrs. Ha ; iry Humphrey, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. J. Mc|l Brooks, Mrs. J. p. Nabers and Mrs. S. A. Thompson were hostesses during (he social hour. * *• * W. M. 13. Circles Meet Having completed Hie study of their mission book, members of the six circles of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church met yesterday afternoon for devotional and social periods, while some circles had arranged special programs ' lo replace ilia mission study. Mrs. Ncy Hunt was hosiers to members of Circle One nl her home. She gave the dcvoiional on "Live" after which the eight members were led in prayer by Mrs. ft. A. Copcland and Mrs. Robert Grimes. Mrs. 13. E. Igleliart became a new member of Circle TVo which me! at the home of MR. Alton Jaggers I-ourtcen members heard Mrs" W L. Powell give the devotional from Psalms. Prayers were offered bv Mrs. Luna Slsk. Mrs. \v. A . Orim . melt and Mrs. If. II. Brooks. Mrs Kendall Berry gave a Bible quiz sixteen members of Circle Three " attended (lie meeting at the home of Mrs. R. p, Blaylock. 'flic devo- (lonal on "Moses" was given by Mrs. M. C. Qullnw. Mrs. Tom Jackson liari the opening prayer and Mrs. T. n. Shepherd, the closing prayer. Mrs. John Buchanan wns in charge of the devotional for Ihq meeting ot Circle Four at Ihe home of Mrs. Slielbnnie Brewer, Sentence prayers and prayer by Mrs. VV. J. Rodgcrs followed l|ip devotional from JoJin, Mrs. J. J. Giving guvc n review of Ihe hook, "In the Desert \Y!|I> God" at the meeting of 11 ineiriuprs of Circle Five al the home pf Mrs. Arch Wndsey. The devotional from Revelations wns given by Mrs. Walter Bishop nnd, prayer was offered by Mrs. Alfred Carpenter. Mrs. Ted King was hostess to eight members of Circle Six. Mrs. S. M. Hood gnvc (he devotional from the 20th chapter of Matthew after which prayers were led by Mis, B. li. Utile and Mrs, George Ingriini. -..,..' Is Cliiisrn Mrs. Ivcrson Morris wns clccled a delegate lo (lie meeting of the Woman's Missionary division of Ihe Norlh Arknnsns Conference which will coiivenp next month, according (o announcement made following the meeting of the wp- ninn'jj Division lor Christian Sofv- Ice of the LaKe Street Molh,qil|st clit|rch yesterday afternoon at ijie home of Mrs. Terra Turner. Mrs. Tiinfor and Mrs. A. S. peon were co-hos(csse$ (q 10 members for Ihe profrnm meeting.'"Mrs. Daisy jvlnrler "was In charge pf the program on Ihe subject of "Isabella Thobiim, the Creator of Ideals." She was assisted In Ihe presentation by Mrs. J. M. Goiul nnd Mrs, i\forris. Mrs. A. I ( . Lewis gn.ve tlic meditation from the World OutlooH on "Living Creatively." Prayers wo/c offered by Mrs. George Orcws •and Mrs. VV. L. Grcrn. Plans wore completed for Ihe picture exhibit to bo held Thursday, March U at Ihe church (luring the business session which was conducted by Mrs. Green. Tickets have already been placed on sale for (he exhibit, It was announced. A sandwich pjntc wns served wltii coffee during (lie social hour which followed. (Man I'le-Easlcr Prayer Services Plans for a pre-Kaster week• of prayer were announced yesterday afternoon ut a meeting of tlie \V.b- j man's Council of the First Christian church at the home of Mrs. lluniirt ; Crafton. The missionary study group will meet each afternoon next week n't 3:30 o'clock for prayer services at Hie church. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, who is in charge, has nppolu'icd n program chairman for each day. Airs. J. C. Ellis will preside Monday; Mrs W. o. Oeurln, Tuesday: Mrs. John C. MoHiincy, Wednesday; Mrs. Rus- soll Barhain, Tliursdny; and Mrs Lowe, Friday, The Council also voted Iq i«sisl Peorge W. Patterson, pastor, in pro- Easier church services to be held each night next week wllh communion to be taken on Thursday night. sirs. Renkcrt Wetciikamp presided over (he meeting whirh was opened with prayer by Mr. Patter- sou. Mrs. Wctenkiunu read tjie 13th chapter ot Coriiilhlnas for the scripture lesson. A report of tlic talk made al the district rally in Jonesboro recently by W. A. Edwards, missionary nt the Bolenge .station on the Congo a I Jonesboro. wns given by Mrs Knssell Barliain. who was auioiig thi group from here who attended. Lazy Bowels, and Also Pepsin-ize Stomach! refreshments by Mrs. Craflon during Hie social hour which followed, lUchylors Club lu x Have Dance Thursday. Members, of the Bachelors club will entertain with a dance Thins- day night for members of the recently organised N. E. A. club In the south end of |hc county. The parly which Is to be Informal is lo be nl Die, American Lc- Rion Hul. It. will begin at !>:30 o'clock. Orjauhr .liinlur Choir Sixteen members or Ilir willing Workers Sunday school class o"l the First Christian church have organized a junior choir, it v.-as announced today following Ihe second rehcarsfil which wa.£ conducted yesterday afternoon jit th c i 10 nie of Wanda Leah Barhain. M.ri;. J. Cecil j/we, teacher ot" (he class, is lo direct, tlie choir. It is planned to have members of the junior and Intcnncdlalc classes In the choir also, making the ages of the group between elfjht and twelve. Mtf. ixiwe and Mrs, Husscll Ilari|H served refreshments «> the grotij) during the srjcfol |ionr which followed Diefr Hiive pirtlidjty Dinner. MJss Helen Ixivelace, !toy Moore nnd Pat OhHwon, who celebrated their blrlhdays yesterday, Friday find Sunday fespcot|vely, were entertained at a dinner parly Sjtni- dny night. attended by olgfil guests. It was given nt Ihq Lovelace hojne on North Scppijd street, I'"ollqwlng the yoosc dinner, unmcs were played. Hu.ri'1 to I'lay On I 1 . T, A. Program. Finns have been completed for the Junior-Senior High I'. T. A. program tomorrow afternoon wild Ihe announcement loday that |ho Blythevillc school band will ploy a group of numbers al thc opening of the program. OtRcers arc urging all members lo attend nnd Inviting any guests who arc interested to hear Miss Willie A. Uiwson, of Little Roei:. executive secretary of-the Arkansas Education association, who will be the principal .speaker at (ho meet- Ing. The meeting will he Hi lljc high school nudlloriu mat 3 o'clock. Circles Stiffly Wurk Of Church ''The Work of the church" was studied yesterday at a meeting of the four circles of thc Woman's Auxiliary of llie First Presbyterian church in Ihe homes of various members, "Feed My Slice)) 11 was the Bible study subject.. Mrs. Don Smll'h and Mrs. J. Ii. Bensl'ey were hostesses to ton members of Circle One at the Smith home. Mrs. Dixie Crawford gnvc the Bible study and Mrs. Rodney L. Banister wns in charge I of thc program. I Eight members of Oirclc Two i met. with Mrs. E. A, Rice. Mrs: R. | F. Khshncr was Bible study leader ami Mrs. J. D. McClllft prfigranv leader. Mrs. A. E. Ovcrholscr of Coiv nersvllle, Term., lioiiscguest of the Rev. and Mrs. A.'Ovcrholscr, -vns a visitor of Circle Three which met w|th Mrs. William Voting. Mrs. F. B. Joyner nnd Mrs. R. C. Allen were co-hostesses. Mrs. Maltle Allen gave the Bible study and Mrs. W. A. Dobyns, llic program. Miss Mary Outlaw and Mrs. If. O. WlcJtham entertained 12 jnoin- bers of Circle. Four at the hO|ne i of Mrs. Hubert Roller last, night, j Thc devotional wns given by Mrs. I Margaret Orny Orowdcr, after which (he accomplishments for the year and future plans were discussed. Mrs. Ross Stevens, retiring chairman, was presented a, puree and n gardenia in appreciation'of her service. Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs. L. M. Burncllc left Thursday for Liuvrenceburg, Tcnn., wlu-rc she was called because of the illness of her mother, Mrs L c Potts, • . Mi-e. Ed Andcj-soii Is ill m h ti - homp, np6 Ash slrcct. Mr. mid Mrs, Cbaite Elklns sn;l cnlldrpn, Bnra mid John, of l)nssrtt, spent Sunday afternoon with Mm J. It. Elkins. nick Tiplon, vvlio attends union university at Jackson, Tcnn.. is spending hig spring vacation hcie wltli Jtls parents, pr. and Mrs. Paul L, Tiplon. lie crime Saturday anil , ill of will, return Wednesday The Rev. F. M. Swe<!t ; s Influenza nl his home. Mrs. Maltle Slovnll and ton, T. J. etovall, of .Biid.org, Ark., 'spent t|je week end hero with, l^rs. sto- vaJI'K Bone, W. H. and J. R. siovnll. niicl families. Mrs. p. F. Tu,cfcer returned Sim- dny from Washington, p. a., when' she had spent five weeks with her daughter, Mrs. P. C. Hfitliorji Mr. Hnlhgrn ai)d son, distils Tucker IliUhOi'M. fvJrs. Tucker, wlio cnmc by plane 19 Memphis, WUB met there by Mr. T«cker; her '*'° daiigtiters, Nllss Lynetle Tucker anil Mrs. W. A. Af[l|ck nnd her grtinilson, Bill AfTJIck, Jr. Ben Levy Jr., weiil lo St. Louis yesterday Jo ntlenci to " htisinet*-. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Wnddy and i\lr. and Mrs. San) Laminim attended the funeral of Mrs. A, 12. Cnshon in Parngonld yesterday nl- tcrnoon. James !•'. Nebhul rclurucd Kai- nrday afternoon from Mcmplu-s Where he underwent an appendectomy recently. His sister, Mrs. Bartle Bond, nild Mr. Bond and son, nil of Memphis, motored htm home nnd spent llle week end Jicrc with Mrs. J. P. Nebhul and family. Mrs. W. M. Hnle, of Memphis, is the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Pfeulfer and fnmily.: She plans to return Thursday. Jimmlc Lowe, son of Mr. anci Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, lins been ill at his home since Sunday. It is believed that he vvill l)c able to On out tomorrow. . Jolm Mahnn of Pvinceton,. Ky., came last night lo spend a few ..Hays here, with his mot'hcr^hs. T. J. Mahan, and family'. , Mrs, J, W. Wright wns removed to the Methodist hospital In Memphis yesterday to consult with spe dali-'- '•-•• •—- " -'• Gosnell Church Group Will Sponsor Dinner The WonuinM Society for Christian Service ot llic Qosncll church w|ll sponsor n " l<1 "'-- - tuy faJturdny, u was announced today. T|ic f,rmi|i ivilt | )Cl ;in servlne lunch ;u 12 o'clock. visit ivllh her win, E. D. U'rjght, ivlio is in Meniphls vi'itli her.'Mr. Wright mill hss sister, ftliss Mary Sue \Vrighl, took Mrs. Wright lo the hospital yesterday and while there visited Ihcir sister, Mrs. E. R. Reid, of Osccola, who recently underwent an operation (here, f,,,, other brother, Marshall Wright ol Woodland, Miss., is .spending n few (liiys here, but will return with his brother. Crcekmorc Wright 'of Jackson. Miss., who came up for llie week end, returned home yesterday. Ray Worlhington is in Mcna, Ark., for the funeral of liis futhei which is being held loday. lie re- lurneri Sunday from Kansas CHi where liis father died Saturday night, and went to Mcna ycslcrdns Air. and Mrs. Heruion Carltpr. returned Sunday -from New Or? leans and oilier southern point; where they had been honeymoon- lug for a week. They are al horn, with Mrs. Carlloii's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worthington. al 103' Kiuliuin 1'rjce.s S|(ifl cnt rate of $25,060 n gram \vilh vein in Ciuuidn eight years ago. ' iiuy Your AMUHJCAN KXUUK MONEY OBPKHS «OIilNSO,N'S llrnj; Store 2 Great New Gasolines! Sign tlie New Register at the Ritz TUKS., WIOI). & T1HIKS. (Titra. mil I'al Day this u r ?k\ \ //*"* Rotort- A> YOUNG! . v -/. WWtiBrto.iin -y(\»»lt, Hum, s «rt«Jlfl«lli Set««n Ploy by Lauianca Slollingi cn j T ,t , Dir lt l.d by King Vid"o, "° rl ' >< ' t b'ctcctcd shut Is. Coining Taostljiy, ftlarch 2(Uh For » Week's Ktin (jQN'E WITH 'Hllj \\i.\l)" gggfegll^l 1 power 611 "cpsin to d issolvc t iToscinn?N ,lr «ndiga(«l iirotcin food whirh iuay lilli™ ^aa^^^ife'rS^ S^ u ««^ehhclf«,rcfic«TtX C h &^ y 'S 1 5- l ™ ctl '^\«Uc m = €sso LISTEN TO KI.CN .)n. T-12:45 p.m. _ Grou(> To Name For TUESDAY, MARCH 12, Districl Session Delegates to the biennial convention of the Forrest City District of the Aikansas Federation of Women's clubs to be held March 20-27 |at Hctena, will be elected by the loeul group Friday afternoon (it a at 3 o'clock at the club 'J'hc inarflagc of Mrs. Thrace Hamscy, above, of Osceola was jjn- nounced yesterday. She is Ihe former Miss Jacqueline Little, of thut city. Cliickasawba avenue. Mrs. Ciirlton is Ihe former Miss Thcimn Worth inglon. Mrs- B. H. Balbrd ' of Plggolt !ls chairman; the Golden Jubilee pro- gramt given this year with Mrs. George Walker of Forrest City reporting; subscriptions. obtained to At The Hospitals lilythevllli; llospilnl n. C. Warren, llalls, Tenn., ud- mitted. Herpian Jennings, Bragg City, Mo., dismissed. I.ovey Denlcce Hodge, city, dismissed. Mrs. Fnink Katz, city, ilisnifsscd. Airs. Jewel Reinincr, city, ilis- misscd. Walls )Iosi)il:il Mrs. Clyde Pinch, city, admitted. Peggy Jean Lambert, Memphis, dismissed. Junior Wright, Manila, dismissed. Mrs. 13en liamner. LOUR Oafc, admitted. itlonipliis Bielhoilisl Hiispltxl Airs. J. W. Wrighl, city, admitted. rMcmphis liojilisl ItiisTula) Mrs. J. S. Aven. Wilson, admitted. Miss Mnliel Hamlett, Stceie, admitted. house. Mrs. B. L. ROM of Helena, acting district president, ha.s announced that Use two days meeting will be held at the Twentieth Century club, with Ihe Pacjha club and Twentieth Century. cli|l> a|i hostesses. Tlic 25th arnniul meell.ig wljl open following a board of directors' meeting on (lie niornln? of 'nies- day. March 26 ivilh a'fi-lendshlp Luncheon club scheduled for tlmt day at noon. A report of departmental chairmen and addresses Ijy state olllcers will consume the afternoon session of the opening day with Ihe Golden Jubilee banquet scheduled for that (light, The .second day will be laken up with club reports, a luncheon hon- oiijig past president of the Forrest City District, more club reports, election awl insinuation of officers with the convention scheduled to adjourn In the late afternoon. Among (he business to he laken up will be the star of Achievement report, which will lie given by Mrs. W. n. Buford of Forrest city; a discussion of the song ana march stale contest by Mrs. Jiimc.<i Miles of Helena, chairman; the pageant," short -story, one-art play and poem projects of which MISS Goldie Holwerk of Helena is chairman; selection of Three Pioneer Club Women for the district; 'report of the International Relations project by Miss Jcannctle Blounl of Marianna- JVdging of the Club year book announced by Mrs. B. L. Hoss of Helena; selection of flower to represent General Federation with sillier from Colds? For quick relief from r'Jld symptoms lake COB Liquid - TaMels - Salve - Hose DIOJIS • • Federation maeunlnq "The Clubwoman" reported liy Mrs. i>or- ter L, .Sdnills nt Brinklcy. Selection of the Three Pioneer Clubwomen is expected to be of much interest. Clubs hqve been instructed to send nomination."; for three classification*: the club W 'o- man who has hail IJic longest continuous rricinlifirvililp and service In a club federated with the Qeneral Federation and who Is now llvlns; the club woman who has had the longest and most outstanding record of leaders!!!.. In „ C |ub, coiinlv, district or state affiliation with tli? General f-'edoralion; the club «>o- nw\\ who had the lonsesf continuous service but who is not living Sequoias Transplanted Ciianl Sequoia trees, found only n California a few years ago, have >C3n.transplanted and »re thriving i| Australia, England, Fi'wicc, Italy, Jajjaji, Ne«' Zealand and Sivllzer- and. It is reported that more than JS.uoo hours have been logged by cue «3I(J students in tnc civilian .-not (raining program. «idiom a ocrloits aceklcnl of any kind. Drowsy Lisiues Gel Pleasaiil School Band Will Entertain Civic Cjubs The Blythevillc school liand will entertain members of Biythevllie's three civic service elubsV-Kotary Lions and Kawanls-at noon tomorrow W [th n concert at the city hall auditorium. Members of the clubs will con rllJUte the usual luncheon fee. of heir organizations to thc band's 'mid and will "bring their own"f rood and refreshments for the ou- :osioii. Courier want ads. WHAT TO TELL YOUR DAUGHTER Tt sW iiujMer i« »nlcrinj waminhoot) aid you noIlcebhc'8KcUfnK rCAItc-ss, nervous anil mlxwly—jl thf'g Iwlbi-rcd ly cramps, he nitaoj have her Iry Lydu K. Knkiu Vpgclable Compound. t- JL"iSj!?,'f,? <lra ' K>l ""f ' 3 °" e Ol ""« MOST EJFfcCTIVB tarila ralic lo help vomcrt whq are weak, rundown or nervous from lund|orjil c»u«e. Ulve lh!« medicine—timc- frtinnlm over 60 y e »rs by (lipuuncJs ot Kralelul women-» Shancc' lo help VOUI! d«u«bl£r go imlllns (kin ''dlfflcull ilays," Benpficlal lor you. loo, indthcr. 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