PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar . WEDNESDAY'S EVI7NT3 Syrian-American club having private dance nt, Woman's club, eight o'clock. Mrs. p. W. McCutclien enicrlaiii- iflj Town nnd Country club. •Pelta'Contract club'nieding with Mrs. Russell Farr. Chapter D.and Chapter N of Hie P.'. E O. sisterhood entertaining with Coltey college tea at home ol Mr; antt Mrs, A. Conway. Mrs. Eddie Regenold entertaining BI-Monthly Luncheon club. ADC Bridge club meeting with Mrs. James Terry. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. i Roscde Craltdn entertaining :'-Thursday Afternoon club. Young People's club, Church of the > Immaculate Conception, sponsoring bingo party, eight o'clock at'Catholic Hall. ^Mrj. J. J. Coolcston entertaining 'Thursday'-Bridge club. Miss Jenny Wren Dlllahuuly entertaining. Double O Bridge club. Mrs. Ed'Carl-Lee and Mrs. Dallon 'Tali, entertaining Y. M. B. club'at the-Carl-Lee home. Mrs. Cecil Shane having Mid- Week Bridge club. Mrs.. B. F. Brogdoi: Jr., entertaining Thursday Dessert c)nb. Thursday contract club meeting •with .Mrs. Edgar Boriim. Mrs. R. F. Ktrsnner having Thursday Luncheon club. • .' j FRIDAY'S RVENTS Jiffs. Hugh Whitsitt entertaining Frtdoy. Bridge club. Friday Contract club meeting wftlrMri L. S. Benisli. • • | 7; SATURDAY'S. :.EVENT6 Mrs. L. E. Old entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Nancy McCaulcy Is Bride Ot George Moore Trimmue Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Worthy announce the marriage of their daughter, Nancy Claire McCauley, and George Moore' Trimmue, form• eriy of here and now of Los Angeles, Calif. , The wedding was solemnized in Memphis Sunday. Following the ceremony, Mr. nnd Mrs. Trimmue left on a brief wedding Irlp lo Biloxi, Miss., and other. southern points. They plan (o return here Wednesday. The bride hue been employed at the Medical Arts clinic In tlie offices of Dr. Floyd t Webb ami Dr. C. C, Stevens. She attended Belhaven college nt Jackson, Miss. Mr. Tilnimue was graduated from the Gulfcoast Military Academy at Giilfport, Miss., and laler attaidctl Vanderbill University nt Nashville, Tenn. Ho Is tlie son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trimmue. Mr. nnd Mrs. Trlmmuc are expected lo make their home m Los Angeles where Mr. Trimmue lins n recreation cento. Norma Mae Salilia Weds.California Man The wedding.ol Miss Norma Mao Saliba, of Ihls city and, Lepanto, and • Marshall'Ntcklc's of Banning, Calif., was solemnized Sunday af- .Nervous Restless Girls! Can't sleep? Tiro easily? Annoyed by female functional dls- . orders and monthly distress? Tlicu tako lyilta E. Ptakfcam's .Vegetable Compound, laroous Tor orer 60 years In helping such rundown, weak, nervous renditions. Made especially /or icomcn. WEU, WORTH TRTEtCH ternoou at four o'clock at the home of the bride's aunl, Mrs. M. George, and Mr. George. The Rev. Mallhcw A. Curry, rcc- tcr of St. Stephen's Episcopal church, read Ihe service before members of the immediate family. Miss Erflth George, cousin of the bride, nm) R. Sf. S.ilibn of Florence, Ala., attended (he couple. Miss George wore n blnck luilored siiil with white ncmsorles. Her thou!der corsage was of gardentiia. The bride wns given In marriage by Mr. George. She was dressed In a three piece Frnnklln suit of oxford gray and white with which she wors black and white accessories. White gardenias In her wedding corsage completed her costume. A wedding dinner followed the ceremony. The George home was decorated with jonquils, Irises nnd spirea lo form n spring background for the exchange of vows nml the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Nlckles left on n wedding trip lo New Orleans. They will no from there to Banning where they plan to mnkc their home. Mrs. Nicklcs Is the daughter of Mrs. O. M. Sallbn of Lepnnto am! (he Lcite Dr. Sallbn of Savannah, Ga.-She was graduated from high school nt El Paso, Tex. Since her mother moved to Lepunto n your nnd n hnjf ngo. she has divided her time between Lepnnto and Blytheville. Mr, Nlckles is the son of Mrs. J. J. Corey of Banning and the lale M. Nickles, also of thai city. He has the Plymouth nnd DeSoto agency there. Overtoil-McLem! Vows Solemnized Saturday Mr. nnd Mrs. Damon McLcod announce tlie nifirrlago of their daughter, Lamlj's, to Roy Ovcrlon, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Ervln Ovorlo.i. The ceremony wns solemnized Saturday at Caruthei-svllle, Mo., by the Rev. D. K. Poster, pastor of the First Baptist church. . Miss Winifred Kimcs nnrt T. J. Hewlett were the couple's' only attendants, Tlie bride wore a navy blue suit with while accessories. Mrs. Overto.i Is n member ol n pioneer family of this section. She attended Blytheville high school and recently received her diploma from The Eagle School of Bcnuty Culture. M4'. Overtoil also .attended Ihe city schools. He k now connected with the Local Trucking system. Tlie couple will reside iix this city. Gillcspie-H'lso Rites, . • ' .- . Are Announced Today Miss Glenora Wise became the trtde ol Cleve Glllespio In a ceremony solemnized Saturday morn- ins in Jonesboro. The Rev. J. W. Martin, pastor of a Jonesboro Methodist church, read the exchange of vows at his home. Mrs. Flossie Hill nnd Mis. Kathcr- Ine Wells, both of this city, 'at- tcmled the couple. Upon their return here Snlurdny uljjlil, they and 16 of their friends were entertained nt an announcement party given by Mr. nnd Mrs, Russell Bnligh. Mrs. Glllcsple is employed with the Rice Stix company, while Mr. Giilespic is asioclatcd with the f. C. Robinson Lumber company. For tile present, they will make their home at 1017 Walnut street. * * * Mel hod 1st Group Metis. Mrs. W. L. Green gnve the devo- tional at the meeting of Ihe Woman's Division for Christian Service of Ihc iJiko Street Methodist church yesterday afternoon at the church. Tlic scripture reading was from the 40th Psalm. Fourteen members and one visitor, Mrs. R. A. Endes, were present. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Sivnln Smolhcnnnn nnd Mrs. Green. - . . . . * * * To Hkv« Lucky Rlnjo. The Young People's dull of Ihe Church of Ihc Immaculate Conception will s|»nsor n "lucky" bingo parly Thursday night *l the CaUi- oll coll. The nffalr will begin at clghl o'cJock. ll«s Birthday Supper For C, A. Cunningham Mrs, C. A. Cunningham entertained with n buffet supper at her home last night in honor of Mr. Cunningham, whose birthday was yesterday. Guests were members of Ihc Midweek Brlrigo club and their husbands nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McClurkln, Mr. and -Mrs. Floyd A. White and Miss Nannie Clarke Smith. About the Cunningham home were arranged bouquets of irises, valley lilies, splrea nnd tulips. Supper was served buffet style. Biivc the devotional nnd Mrs Brooks, the mission study. Fi/teen members and one visitor were led In prayer by Mrs. W. J. Rodgers. Mrs. Theodore Logan wns hosless lo 11 members of Circle Two. Mrs. Den Harrison gave the devotional and Mrs,-Kendall Berry, (he Bible sludy. Prnyers were offered by Mis. Tom Ilccder, Miss Cordelia Wilhlte anil Mr*. Guy Maxwell. Twelve members of Circle Three who met wllh MIK. Alfred Carpenter heard Mrs. Harry Frltzlus give the devotional and mission study. Mrs. C. E. WllEon and Mrs. T. li Shepherd led In prayers. MriT. Bert, Lamb guvc the devotional for the 14 members of Circle Four who met ,nt the home of Mrs. W. J. Wunclerlloli. Tlie mission study was taught by Mrs Lloyd Silckmon and prayers were offered by Mrs. C. E. Edds am! Mrs. Charles Ncwcomb. Mrs. John Payne is a now member of this group. Eleven members and five visitors attended the meeting of Circle Five tit the home of Mrs. C. S. Johnson. Mrs. Irene Taylor was £o- hoslc.ss. Mrs. J. J. Ewlng taught the mission study nnd Mrs. Florence Simpson, the devotional. Prayers were given by Mrs. .VValtcr Bishop a,nd Mrs. H. C. Sinllh, | Mrs. Everett, rtchcgear taught Mrs. Hnrry W Hfllnes receive-! 1 tlle "» lssloi: > s t> 1(1 >' [or seven m>h'i- hlgh scors prize among t'bn women I **" of cllcle Blx who met at lne anrt A. Conway. among Iho men In ' lomc of Mrs ;,, S ' , M ' ,, Hlxx , 1 ' ?'-" the bridge games which followed h * li * ess env<! tne - "e"otlon«I after Twins IVi m Twin daughters were born to "Niagara Falls Can Wail— . Let's Go ToBftPPY HOUR!" Any bride, young nr oltl, knows grocery values when she sees them . . . You'll sec them at Hitppy Hour. Kvery day, loo. PHONE 15 WE DELIVER H APPY 6rocery& Mr, and Mrs. George Mask last night nl Walls liospltnl. The babies who weighed three nnd four pounds have uol yel been named. Officers Arc Klectcil. • Mrs. John C. Mcllnney Jr., wns elected president of the Woman's Council of Ihe First Christian church nt n meeting yesterdny afternoon when 20 members were entertained by Mrs, E. M. Terry nnd Mrs. Edwin Robinson at the Terry home. George W. Patterson, minister of the church, was surprised wllh a birthday. parly following the regular Council meeting. Other officers chosen were: Mrs. Terry, vice president; Mrs. Russell Bnrhnm. secretary; Mrs. Rcnkcrt Weteiiknmp, Irctisuror; Mrs. R. M. Beck, World Call secretary; Mrs. Nathnn Cnrle, librarian. An executive board meeting preceded the Council session. Mr. t'nt- tersou gave Ihc devotional on "Christina Stewardship". His scrip- Hire wns from the IClh chapter of First Corinthians and he closed the period j with n jirnyer. During the bljsiiicss .session pre- sitleil over by Mrs. J. C. Ellis, re- lirlng chtiirmnii, reports were mtulc: by the. various committee chairmen. Mrs. C. A, Taut. Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. U L. Ward, Mrs. Nm- weed Hedge and Mr. Patterson were members of the nominating committee. A sandwich plate with cookies nnd coffee wns served by the hos- tcfses before Mr. Patterson wns presented n card of instructions which directed him to the dlnlni; room where n birthday cake nnd gifts were arranged on Ihc dining table. A bouquet of tulips formed the centerpiece of thn table, while other bouquets of tulips, Irises and spircn were arranged about Ihe house. W. M. tl. Circles Meet. Tlie six circles of the Woman's Missionary Union of Ihc First Baptist church met yesterdny afternoon In tiic homes of various 'members for study periods and so- clnl hours. Mrs. K. Freeman nnd Mrs. Frank Peters became- members of Circle One which met nl the home of Mrs. K. H. Brooks. Mrs. Ney Hunt. BINGO PARTY 8:00 Tuesday Night CATHOLIC HALL l.adle.s Auxiliary of Townscnd Cltil) which prayers were offered by Miss Trcssle Allen and Mrs. George In gram. *• * i Class Entertains With Supp«r Parly. Members of the Queen Esther Sunday school class, Intermediate department. First Baptist church entertained with « dinner party nt the church last night for. the Rev. lira Cole of Memphis, who is conducting nn evangelistic meeting at the First church, nnd the Rev Alfred Carpenter, local pnstor. Tulips and splrea formed the ccnlcr decoration of the table. Following supper, the 12 present attended church services' in n body. * * > Daughter Horn A daughter was boni this morning to Mr. nnd Mrs. Goromvy Poctz nt Blylhevillc Hospital. The baby, who weighs seven pounds and two ounces, has not yel been named. Mrs. Poctz was formerly Miss Ailele Bits' of News Mostly Personals Mrs. Bob Chiles and so)), Bobby, spent the week end hi Kelser and Psccola with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M. Fltzslmmons were the dinner guests of Mr. ami Mrs. C;is Brandon In Wilson last night. Mrs. FiliBimmons is a sister of Mr. nramloii. LI. JIminle Tiplon and Cnpt. II. A. Myers, of Love Field at Dallas Tex., spent die week end here K'Hh LI. 'Hilton's parents, Dr. iitut Mm. Paul L. Tlpton. They were returning to Dnllns from DCS Molncs, In. Miss Mildred Lou liubbard, who aUendB Southwestern at Memphis spent the week end l\cre with her parents, Mr. snitl Mrs. G. O. Hubbard. She i was accompanied home by two schoolmates, MLss Jo Mcux of Brownsville, Tenn., nnd Charles Perry of Pciisacola, Fla. Mrs. Estelle Cooke Vollmer and daughter, Ann, and Miss Rosa Lou Cooke, of Memphis, were the week end guests of their sister, Mrs. W. J. Wimderllch, nnd family here. Mrs. John Thomns Scanlou and Miss Patty Shane silent Sunday In Jonesboro with friends. They WCM ncconi|).iiiled homo by Sara Lou McCutclieii and Betty Phillips who liad been .the guests of Margaret Townsem) over the week end. Mr. ami Mrs. Clarence Wright | and Arthur Nftbcrs were In Mem-1 phis to see the performance of Lucky Tctcr's "Hell Drivers" Sun- flay. J. P. Friend, Ervinc' Frien:! anci Virgil Fisher were in Paragould last night to attend a meeting of the Northeast Arkansas Leagtt; officials. J. p. Friend conducted a sf-'orcri; clinic. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. C. Toler returned lo their home in Poplar Bluff ycs- tcrilay morning after havin; spent the week end here with Mr. Toler's father, F. C. Toler, mid family. Mv. and Mrs. Charles Hindmnn have returned home nftcr spending the week end in Memphis. Their daughters, Ann and Kay, who Accompanied them clown, remained f"r .1 week's visit with their grandmother, Mrs. E. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Englcr returned Saturday from Hot Springs where they spent several clays with Mrs. Kngler's parents. Mr. an:! Mis. W. F. Brown of Brenham, Tex., who are there for three weeks. Mr. Engler went back to Hot Springs Sunday to spend tlic TUESDAY, -APRIL -23, -19-10-- Langston. Junior High's Band To Give remainder of the time with .them and to take a course of baths. BIJlie Frank Sparks, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sparks, Is now improving following two weeks' illness of an ear infection. T - 1 . .. , P. C. Meyer ami Willis Huucner ; i'lt'Sl, I I'OlirilHl j h avc returned from Bcnlbh, '111.. <5 j '.v'liEre they spent llic week eiul with Mr. Meyer's parents, r Dickie Greenwell, son of Mr. For Best Results In Baking — Use Shibley's Best OOUR .Market 109 W. iMain St. The lirst appearance of llic newly organized junior high, school bund will be Wednesday morning when 'i'i students from the seventh, eighth anrt ninth grades will present an assembly program in Junior high school. According to Charles O. Motc- licad, band director and organizer of Hits neiv group, the instrumciil- ntioii Is not .vet complete for the Junior high band as the busses are lacking, but since a new band room lias been made possible, several afternoon periods weekly can be devoted lo llic development of this new group. OrgBiilzalion work on this band was begun the second semester. At (.he present time. Jonesboro hns the only junior high school band iii Ihc Northeast Arkansas baud association. In addition lo four band numbers lo he played oil the program tomorrow, there will lie fl clarlnci ensemble, a saxophone duel and solos by four grnde school bund students: Jimmy Lowe. Hnrry Carter Farr, Jim Oatcs and Koscoc Craftoii Jr. Bniicl numbers nrc tho following four inarches: "Winning Colors" by Wells, and "Military Ewon". 'Success" nnd "Headway" by licn- ncll. Making up the clarinet ensemble aifc Lavonne Redman. Kay Thomas. Mary Kelchel, Beverly Thomas. Mnry Alice Kilctcr. Uarbai'n Hollo. Mavgiirct Crook and Harry Ray Brooks. Marjorle Stevens will tic- nt DIP plnno. Their mtmbcr will lie "Berceuse" by Iljinsky. Constance Dcnton niirl June Martin will play 11 faxoplionr duet. "Junnlla." and Mrs. Paul Greenwell, is resting very well nt Blytheville hospital following an appendectomy informed Sunday morning. Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Smith have returned from Fort Smith where tpey attended a state medical meeting lust week. 'John Jones and friends of Par- ngculd were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd <v White Sunday. To Hold County-Wide Play Tourney Friday A county-wide Play Tournament for -l-H clubs to dclcrniine the 1SHO Mississippi County champion will be held Friday night nt Yarbro when first, second and third winners of the north and south districts will compete for honors. Tho six oiionct plays will be presented at the school with tho program beginning at- 7 o'clock. From the norlh district, will he: Armorcl, which will present "Who Gets Ihe Cur Tonight"; Ynrbro— "Tlic Blue 'I'capol", and Oosnell— Early Bird Inoculations Against Typhoid Completed Here 1 i Students of all public srhook in i Blylhevillc arc now protected doiii typhoid fever for another year fni- lowing a clinic at Sudbury' cli>ni?n- | (ary school this week which was (lie final -to be held In a two- 1 ' year rotation with c.ich of tlic grade .schools having clinics durin« : this period. ' j There were 22.5 ,\til(lci)l.s ulm were inoculntert in Uic clinic ) )V | Miss Ada Boyd. nurse of the Mi->- ! sissippt county Health Unit. i FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service (,'ruiTilrl" 5,0(11) mile- Owssis l.liliticnliini. Rrnmvr. r!r:in and reparli :>" • H'hr'l Hc^riii»s \>ith Special . l.uliriciiiil Si-Sit. Kcrlcnlsh Slffi-inir Clear wild .jirnrfr u-arni weather lubri- .ranf. . H"lav .-Mid InhnViilc .Sliriucs nilh S|ii;i.i| si-igjs I.ubri- c;int. Clf;ln :iml .Snvicc C.-it-lldrclol' Air (,'lr;\iirr. Krflll and Adjust .Shock Absorbers. Cleon 1'jifl I'limp Screen. Srrviic ISatlcry and arijosl (ipiwrator r)i;irjfiii£ rale. Drain. ! Imh ;)m ] Jtcfill ])if- 1 ftrcnlijil :HI[| Transmission (cost nf l.uhrit-ini INCI.tlD- Kl>.) IVInlor nil rh.unctl lo summer vniglit IF DKSIRKI). (CfM of Motor Oil nol i»- iludcrlt. $4.65 1'asrciigcr dir.s Only nnujps MOTOR co. 5lh A- Walnut Wfonc SID FLAPPER FANNY cons, i wo By NC» smiice.INC. T. u. nco. u.s. r AT. err "How's his art work coming?" "Oh, he's still painting a rosy future—but try and sell that.' "Dear I.ndy, Be Brave." from the south district will be Burdette, with "The Catalogue"; Whltlou— "In Doubt About Daisy," and Dyess—"Wild Cat Willie." Miss June Donahue, state community activities specialist, will be one of the judges with others lo be named later by the county extension agents. The county champion learn will go to Fayetlevllle in August for the state inset? Eighty Eight Enroll In Baptist Union Eighty eight young people and adults were enrolled in the Baptist Training Union which was organized Sunday at, the Oosnell Baptist church. The Rev. J. L. Newsom is pastor. Five Unions organized and chose their lenders. Mrs' Dan Needham is lo be leader of the Story Hour group. Mrs. Charlie Cooke of the Junior group and Mrs. Tally Kanie.5 for the Intermediate group. James Nierstheimer wns chosen president of the Senior group a>Vd Mrs. Gladys Jones of the Adult group. Plans were made for a study course'to. be conducted the week, of May 20 for all Union members. Breaks Arm In Fall From Building Today Flavel Via, of Slcele, broke his left ami (Mis morning when he fell off a building where he was erecting n radio acria. Brought to Walls Hospital, ho was given treatment and later returned home. Read Courier News want ads. TOO L.ATK TO Cf-ASSlFV For Rent 3 room furnished apartment. Frlg- idaire. Private bath. Garage. 1117 W. Ash. Phone 294. 23-ck-tf S room unfurnished apartment with bath and hot water. 412 Chickasiuvbii. 23-ck-tf Harbert, Dodsou Candidates For S. of I, Post Hugh llarbert nnd Cooksey Docl- £on have been nominated as cmv dirtales for the office of captaii of Sous of the American Legioi with the election lo be held Fri day night when slate officers fron Little Reck plan to attend tin squadron meeting. Other candidates for the various offices of this recently organized group follow: Fiist lieutenant: Jack O'Kecle, Marshall Blacknrd. Bryant Slew- nit Jr,. Fred Pipkin, Second lieulenant: H. L. HtOscU Jr.. Allen Rice. Bryant Stewart Jr. Adjutant: H. L. Halscll Jr., Bill Chatnblin Jr., Bivanl Stewart Jr., Billy Carter. Finnnce officer: H. L. Halsell Jr., Cooksey Dodson, Jimmy Parks. Sergcant-at-iU'ins: J. w. McNeil, Bob Elaylock jr. Chaplain: Cooksey Dodson, M. Palterson, Jack O'Keefe. Historian: Fred King, Bill Chnm- bllr, Jr., Allen Rice. , 'At Ihc meeling last Friday night presided over by Hugh ,<Harbeii., captain pro tern, with Bryjnit Stewart. "Jr.. acting' adjutant;- Ihe group voted to accept the American Legion offer of selling advance tickets for Ihe Old Car Derby races, which are. .sponsored by the Dud Cnson post. Thirty eight members heard E. A. Rice, commander of the Fifth District, of the American Legion, read tlic new charter of the squadron. Miss Annie Tiplon' Weds Aubrey Wrathcr CAIIUTHEKSVILLE, Mo,, April 23.—Announcement was made here yesterday or the marriage of Mtss Annie Laurie Tiplon of tnls cit; to Aubray Wralher of Portagcvillc, the ceremony being performed at the Methodist church here .Sunday night nt ten o'clock. The HOY. w. L. Meyer said the single ring ceremony, and the couple wns attended by Die bride's ilster, Mrs. Ed James, and Mr. Jnmes, Tlie bride is tbc popular younsj daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Tiplon Sr. She attended the local schools nnd William Woods College, nnd recenlly relumed from New York City where slio studied voice at (he Oscar Siagol Conservatory f Music. 'Hie groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wralhor of portngeville. He ttended the Poiiagevlllc schools lid Southeast Missouri State 'enclicrs College at Cape Gtrardeau, fe hns mi automobile agency at Porlagevillc where the young couple vlll reside, following their return his week from Ihclr wedding trip. 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