PAGE TWC BLYTHEVJLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. L. G. Nash entertaining City''Contract club. •Mrs; A. G. Hall entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Double G-club meeting with Miss Sara Jo Utile. Mrs, Roscoe Crallon Jinving city Conuact club. . : Mis> T. K. Mahari-entertaining Tuesday Afternoon clilb. Tuesday club meeting with Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Mrs. Harry Kirby having- Tuesday Bridge club. . • .. Country c)ub hating Easter dance, 10 o'clock at club house. Study group, American Association of University Women, meeting 7;30 o'clock with Miss Ruth Butt. Order of Eastern Star having stated meeting, 1:30 o'clock ol Hall, WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertaining Town and Cpuntry club fit Hotel Noble. ADC Bridge cluU meeting with Mrs. Toby Long, Mrs.' .Tames «. Bell having Wednesday .Bridge club. THUHSDAY'3 EVENTS Young People's club. Church of the Immaculate' Conception, sponsoring lucky bingo at Catholic Hall, eight o'clock; Mrs. L. G. Nash entertaining Thursday Afternoon club. Ladles' Aid, Temple Israel, sponsoring book review, eight o'clock at Temple. Mrs. If. A. Taylor entertaining Delta Contract club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting With Airs. C, W. Afflick. Mrs. Raymond schmuck having -Thursday Bridge club. L Double Four Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Howard Frlsby. Mrs. Richard Dickinson entertaining' Thursday Dessert club. ' FLAPPER FANNY By s y ivi* — ' COP/UNO er mstavicr, iw/ T. M. tu, v. s. MT, err. ,_ Woman's Au.\-lllm-y, SI. Stephen's Episcopal church, sponsoring dance 1 at Woman's club, nine o'clock. Mrs. O. O. Hardawny entertaining Friday Bridge club. Miss Brownlee Weds " Alexander Cutcliff Melvin Franklin Brownlee announces the marriage of tils' daufih- ter, Melissa Warronne Bvo.vnlee, to Leo Alexander Cutcliff of Amory, Miss., son of p..J. Cutcliff of Birmingham, "Ala.' . ' The wedding was solemnized Easter morning nt, niiic o'clock nt Bits of News Mostly Personal* Club of Cooler nt her home when she had ft spring party, using Easter lilies and other spring flowers 06 decorations, She also carried out the theme In the tallies and pluca , cards and gave as favors small •'chocolate crosses covered with I lloivors, I High scorq prize, a potted hya- Icinui plant, went to Miss Don-Is Burnett, and Mrs. Lewis Lester received bridge, a pottcci ivy. Ail were covered hi different colors gl paper. | The hastes.? served chicken salad 'on lettuce, crackers, picnics, olives, cherry patties 'topped with whipped , . Ci'ciiin mid Iceil drinks, "Better turn it on again, Ted—Dad raised Cain last month the light bill was so low." Louis, vocalist, who sang "I Love You Truly" nnd Mrs. Lucille Nor- vcll, also of Dial city, plnnlsl, who Flayed Ilic traditional wedding mnrclies nnd other selections, Miss Bonnie Jeanne Buchanan ntlemtcd the bride. Louis Trow, formerly of here and now of Farmlngton, Mo., was lie.st man. Tlie bride wore it powder blue crepe dress designed with a sheer jacket. Accessories were in dusty [••ink which harmonized with hor shculdrr corsage of pink roses. Her attendant wore n rose print dress with blue accessories. Ushers were Alfred Psalmoiids of Memphis, brother of the groom, end Russell Baush. A wedding reception followed at the home ot the bride's parents Mrs. rsnlmonds wns educated al Reunion Marks 75ih Birtlulav J. L. Thompson Jr., • an<| Hugh fWrs. rtciio Guest Jvelsoj) Thompson were called to Of Mrs. Soulliern Corinth Miss., Saturday i)!gi,t be,, MIS. Baxter Southern was hostcw cause or the critical Illness of their to u,e Young Matrons Brld e S Club malemnl grandmother. , and Imd us a guest Mrs J W Eddie Rcgenold and B on, John Reno Wednesday evening Mrs w Mr'. "A F M £ ncgeno11 ?' 6 , n!ofhc '' 1 "• c «"» »c|4 hiBh nSr, aiard M , B - Moo . re - went '» Mem-' and Mrs. Reno second high. phis yesterday to sec Mrs. Rege- ; ' •- -- - -"' nold, who recently underwent an operation nt, a hospital there. She Is expected to return home Tuesday. Toler Buchanan Biwnt yesterday in-Walnut Ridge with hi; parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles O, More-, heart spent the week end in Memphis and Forrest city with Mrs. MoriliEad's mother, Mrs. T H Lloyd. Clone Ilnrgclt, formerly of her 1 ; ljul now of Clnrksclale, Miss., spent the week entl here with liU family. Mr, and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry spent Easter with Mrs. Cherry's ftwurd went to Mrs. Ralph nan. Dmi))(; the games candy and lemonade wurc served nnd al the cio.se of the evening toasted cheese sandwiches, stuiled eggs, pickles, fruits salad, cake ami iced drinks was served. The Easter motif was effectively carried out in the decorations. Easter Egg Hunts Held Despite Cold The cold of Easier didn't frighten off die eeg hunters In Olythc- mcnls for the parly. Tiie Brownies met al the Girl G:out Little House Saturday morn- ng for a hunt directed by their leader, Mrs. Robed Grimes. Among Uiu L'tehl Brownies, Niilalle Klein- dicnsl found the greatest number of CSKS. Tire Pilgrim Quild sponsored an Easter egg hunt for the young people of the Pilgrim Lutheran church conducted yesterday after- JiBoir In the church. First prize went to Billic J'ac While, second pme to Jerome Ofay and third prize to Gloria White. The Beginners' department of the First Baptist church under the leadership O f Mrs. Leslie Moore niul the Sunbeams under Mrs Everett fienegcar had a Joint 'liiim, Saturday afternoon on the church lawn. Kenneth Hood found the greatest number of eggs. Thirty young people attended the affair. The-girls of the primary department, of thai, church had their hunt Friday afternoon while the boys of the department had theirs llnirsday afternoon. Easier stories were told and Easier sojigs sung atlir the hunt and games. Miss Ruby Brown and Miss Virginia Huffman assisted Mrs. Jake Huffman, director of the department, In arranging the party. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Remarry Saturday Mr. and Mrs, can oavls. were remarried Saturday afternoon Ijj iv ceremony performed al Marion After spending the weekend' in Memphis they arc at home at 818 Chjcknsawbti nvcntio. . MONDAY, MARCH 25, 1940 38 to 62 yrs. old, who an Hi ' d. mojis in hclpirij; women gq BrnLlici! lam trying limes" due to functional "im^uturitfa." y ry m Special This Week o room residence, 100 fool . lot. Price 51350. 5125 cash. Balance Thomas Land Co. H. C. Cnmpbcll, salesman Monitor's Burial Ground Diamond Shoals, N. O, contains Hie wreck of the Union Ironclad Monitor. It encountered a. uale off Cape Hatteras on its way to Charleston in 1^32 S ntl foundered in the heavy sea. NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 Fur Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service DANGERS OF HEMORRHOIDS omoh,tn f i 1 n , canrwl corrcct Ihemsclves. Hellel from ointments is illusive and temporary. Neglect results in can er'' fX "T Se ™ US an " I* 1 *"™" "»"> »«>« ' « K ri.v '« fiSS ) lr * 1 cl W tttis ' thromhotlc piles, etc. From ™^i,?t clo|> , lhe following reflexes: nervousness/sleeplessness. co is iiiation clesuoiuiency, headache, back and leg ache etc. r officc DRS. NIES^NIES Horace Wai]X)Ie , has returned from Hopkl.'isvllle, Ky., where !IL' j attended Die funeral services, of i Hi,, return- r cd Fr day from n hrce weeks' I Q virelnl trip in Mexico. Most of their lima [h e sllve" was sprat In Mexico City from was sprat In Mexico City from Miniature 'candy rabbits where they made numerous "side" give,, as favors' affir the hunt M trips to other ntere S tl,, E poini.^ „. c . Kills,', recreations leaaer n The also stniei a nd »«,•« T,,,,;.<, v>^_i*.i.. . '"• . -a' """ Is preparing for Miss Louise ,/ sister of , .the bride, wns the mnid of honor while Mr. Cutcliff had his brother, William H. CutclilT, of Amory, as beat man. .The bride wore a Carolyn costume dress of robin egg blue In niid Ills family formerly resided in this oily, , Besides those in thc wedding, other Blythevllle people who went to St. Louis for the ceremony were Mrs. Russell Btiugh, Miss Willie Csvis, Miss Euia Bishop, Miss Jewell-Lee and Miss Pearl Leo. ! - - -- --- | .-^i-vuu iii^u wvriii, ui ivub. Jim i\in- McMnllln family had a reunion nre In charge of arrangements for lcr - wlio received costume Jewelry, liere yesterday at the liomu of Mr. the affair which a number of older Brltlgo award, a. vase; went to Mvs. ami Mrs. W. B. McMidlln In cole- cottplcs plan to ulso attend, espe- |Ulymi White, brntlon of the 7811) birthday of J. , olally to witness the dancing con- I The hostess served chicken salad A. McMitllin. . tests. sandwiches, deviled eggs, pickles, A Inrpo vvtlil/i hirt.llHm, nnVn 11- I • » • Iclln *\\n lt\t\i\n,l ' ..,1,1. ...,.: > A large white birthday cnke 11 him Inn ted pebbly wool crepe ivvltli crass fox trimmed bolero. Tlie skirt fell! ... gracefully into inverted box pleats McMnllin Family and the blouse of the dress had a I Has Kcunlon Here high draped cowl neckline which Forty-four members of the J. A. was accented by n topaz clip. McMulHn family had a reunion Her hat was a Borel creation of i Ilere ycsl blue matching felt with a natural ?!L Mrs eagle quill, other accessories were in the copper penny shade of rose brown blending with the eagle coloring. She wore a-shoulder corsage of talisman/roses and valley lilies. Her attendant wore an alpaca sheer dress of harmonizing rose. Tne blouse )iad a square neckline and yoke accented with trapuntn trim and tiny buttons down the center back. The skirt was full gored and wide. Her' accessories were tiege nnd she hart a. corsage of sweet peas. Following the ceremony, members of the immediate' families and bridal party were served a wedding breakfast In the dining room of the Parkview. Mr. and Mrs. Cutcliff have gone to Neve Orleans where they will spend a week and Mrs. CutclilT will come here after their return to '.spend a \vcck with her father and family before going to Amory where they will make their home Mrs. Cutcliff, daughter of the Jate Mrs. Brownlee, attended Mississippi Synodical college at Holly .Springs and was graduated from Blue Mountain college at Blue •"* ™'-'n, Miss. She taught In the They also stooped at Monterey and Victoria. LCE Russell Oi Paducnh, Ky., spent the week end here with friends. Miss Miiry Spain Usrcy kfl yesterday afternoon Tor Memphis where she will enter Miss 'yVylle'5 Business school. Miss Kathryn Dc.Uou, oi Memphis, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mvs. W. I. Dcnton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Wilhelm and family, of St. Louis, spent Easter here with Mr. ami Mrs. Jake Huff-, man and family. They stopped ns they were ei'route to thqlr horn; from Memphis. '• Slecle-Cooter :i ,_'Sod6ly-^Persona) ji.w Mrs. Mlclile Hostess To Bridge Club Mrs. Dick Michir, was hostess to her Tucsciuy Bridgeteers Club and home of Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Me"'""'• High score award went to Airs. Rushing who received cosmetics. Second high wont to Mrs. Jim Mil Dell schools before postmaster at Dell. Mr. Cutcliff was she became from candles in Uic I To Have Hingo 1'arty spring shades was used as the cen- j Members of the Young People's tcrpicce of the dining table from'club of tiie Church of the fm- whicli the guests were served lunch ; umciilalc Conception will sponsor Mrs. Marshall Burroughs wns a buffet style. Easter lilies about thc|n "Lucky" bingo Thursday night al cuesl of Mrs. j B German when house completed the white decora- the Catholic Hnl). it was announced sue enierliilned her Tucsdav Brltlcp live sehomn i^m- rrl, n nfr^i in I.,,-!.. ^. ™i..i- n_, ._ . . '^-" a J ui^itL Jello, pic lopped crenin and coffee. Sirs. Burroughs Guc-st of Club Mrs. Marshall Burroughs wns a today. The aifair will begin eight o'clock live scheme. After lunch, Shelby Jean Morris, of Parkin, the youngest member of the family presented a toy wa- uuiu>rs ncccivca ny son full of gifts to "Daddy Mac." (iiils Well Known 'Hern Honors All of Mr. McMulln's eight children and their families nnd Mrs. J. A. McMnllin attended the affair. Three of his sons. W. B., J.iincs nnd Leon, live here while Fred lives in Osceola. His daughters, Mrs. E. G. Morris and Mrs. Guy Chlsm, both of Parkin, Mrs. Kelly Perry o( Memphis, and Mrs. Ira Lambert of this city were present with their families. '' Out of town guests included: Mr. and Mrs. E G,. Morris, E. O. Morris Jr., Mr. anil Mrs. Shelby Morris and daughter, Shelby Jean, Charles Ray Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Chism, Frelda Chlsm, Elsie Ann Ciilsm, Mar;' Lou Chism, Floyd Richmond, nil of Parkin; Mr. and Mrs. James Shelby, of Marlon, Mrs. Roy Cole nnd Nancy Cole of — —.....i nao E Itt u"tueci irom — — ~~.v <..«u ......vj ^uit w* the University of Mississippi -u Trumann; diaries Kendig and Oxford. He is owner of the Crescent i . l!u ' y Lose} '' both °f'Haytl; Mrs. IUB COmnanv in dmr..-.. • *_ Kcilv Pfrrv nnH Hnhn*-* rion-,, ^.r - — «•...%,! tfj mu ^it^C^JjL rug company in Amory nnd is connected with the Chevrolet com- Kcily Perry, and Robert Perry, of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Me_ ..,»,. nn, v/ii^viuicu con i™ ----- ""n.t pany there as manager He is Die ' M " l!in - of Osceola. ^4i' ate D - J - cutdiir rf ' ' In addition to the bride's father attended ' floln Earl Dallas Brownlee. , . , flr e, M. P. Brownlee Jr. and ' ' >'arner Weil To Gordon Vsal Kpisropal Auxiliary To Have nance Friday A dance for younger people of I'm city especially tor thc high school age Is to be sponsored Friday night, at the Woman's club by members of the Woman's Auxlitaiy of thc St. Stephen's Episcopal church. - ... „„„„„„„.,. . The affaiv is to be informal with Miss Marjorie Varner, dau-h-1 " ; ™ let « :I con music. It will begin al ter of the Rev. and Mrs. F °\V !'"" e °' clock - A P"ze Is being of- Varuer of st Lo u i s , bec-,,,^' lh g >«cd for the best jitterbug dancing bride of Gordon Psalraonds, son of co !' >p!e Mr. and Mrs. W. U 1'salmonris'. rocecds f'™" the aftair will of Memphis, In - a . ceremony Wl- 1 " to ,« 1 < > -Auxiliary fund. Mrs. H. cmnizcd Saturday, afternoon 'in St stockott »'«l Mrs. O. O. Louts nt four o'clock. ', T!ie bride's father, pastor of the Tabernacle Baptist church in St. Louis, read the double:ring service at tiie church. He was assisted by the Rev. Dr. John F. Vines ol Kansas City. A program of nuptial music was Two girls well known here, Miss club this week nt her country home nenr Steclir. Tlie Easter theme' was carried out in tho tallies and refreshments. The high score prize went to Mrs. Hnrbert, Hiidgens nnd second •*-!•« b" 10 " »-»> niiui^ 11 uv:i i;, iviiso »4ifi, 1.1111 uui o nullgCllR RllCl ! Lorrnlnc Secoy nnd Mi.ss j-jugeiiia lilgh to Mrs. Conrad Frame. Crnwford were chosen sponsors by ; At the close of the evening the R. O. T. C. nt Arkansas State'chicken salnd sandwiches, stuffed college In" Jonesboro recently In eggs, pickle. 1 ;, lemon pic topped with preparation for their Fourth An- whipped cream nnd coffee were mint Military Ball nnd Military served. Week. Miss Secoy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Plens Secoy, of Jonesboro, Hrlilgo Club Entertained lly Mrs. Hushing formerly of this city, wns chosen | Mrs. Robert Rushing was hostess ns regimental sponsor.. Sho will < to tbe new Tlnirsdnv NiaVil Biic|i-p hfi tinii^v^fl o* *l*~ l.nll «..,» ..!„« ! . . "'o-* honored at tho bull and also at the annual revie held ench spring, she ,. .. , at Stale this year and is a mem-1 over the week end. ants . hunt was conducted on the a r tcm oon went to ri«r«o r ,- V- Mrs. Russell, bsrham, and Mrs.' O. W. Hose,, teachers in the Sundm scliuol, .were ,in -charge of Fleet JbynerlSay: V'uu .'Givi; Me i'our C!£s Business I'll Give Vou the ' "f'UICE" -^SAVE— JOYNER OIL CO. Sign the New Register at the Ritz I/AST TIAIES TODAY ;*TWO'S COMPANY I THREE'S. A. CRIME.., hut sucli a .y otic it's iiuc if it I Also Comedy £ Nous Starling Tnes. March 2G for 1 Week. "Gone With The Wind" Mutinies al 10 a.m. >t 2:80 p 11 Nlflil Show' ; 8:00 p.m. Treat" For 1 RQ JIalincc every day starling LAST TIMES TODAY JACK HOLT in "Outside the 3 Mile Limit" Also Fox N'civs & .Vovellv Tuesday, Mar. 20 I'al Oaj- One Day Only 3 admltled f nr ( (lc prfcc of cr o Apw Sigma sorority , , French club, International Rein- , y ' f «- vl nptoms oi liincltmu tions club ami the. Pw.Mrrl rinh ".vsnicuorrlKa due to malnutrition bcr of Alpha Sigma and thc Home EC club. B. & P. W. 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