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JJUTHEV1LLE, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S KVTOT8 Yaibro W. M. S. meeting with Mrs, "A'-'S. Dean for all day meet- Ing. Thursdsy Luncheon club meet- Ing with Mrs. A. G. LllUe, 1 p. m. Youni Matrons Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Doyle Henderson, S:SO p. in. SATU R UAY'S EVENTS children of Confederacy meeting with Miss Pstty Shane, 2 p. in. Cothren-Moore. The marriage' or Miss MCI Us Moore • and Mr. Jimmlc Cothrcn was , solemnized last evening nt Caruthersvllle, Mo; The ring service was performed by tlie Hcv, M. C. Barnhard, pastor ol the : Methodist church. The bride wore a Skipper blue autumn suit of flat, crepe, cut wllh a short coat, with accessories in Hie same sliadc, Mrs." Colhren, who Is ilie ter of Mr. and Mrs. George M«ro formerly' resided at Tupelo, Miss, where she attended high school She Is also a graduate of Draugli- an's Business college at Memphis Tlis brldckTOom. who is the soi of Mr/and. Mrs. L. A. Cotliren Attended the city high school ant college at Arfcadclpma Art'. He Is now connected will' Bell's Pharmacy. Mr.'Cothren ami his bride wll make their home with Mr. nnd Mrs.-Moore for the present, ' • ^ * » Entertains Club. Members 'of the Tuesday Roo club' and ft number of guest were entertained by Mrs. Ramsc Duncan, tills, week. Tlie four tii hies wtrc arranged In the llvlri room which was decorated wit! cojorful autumn flowers from he yard. The guests were; Mints. Edga He'rrlck, W. M. Taylor, ft. B Noten, M. Fitzsimmons, C. E. Wll son, Edwin. Robinson, Charles Al ford, S. P. Martin 1 and Jamc McGee. Alter the . gmnes cheese straws, angel food • cak topped with,whipped cream, an hot tea were served. * • i Binlneu Women Have Social Meeting. Mrs. W. T. Oberst and Mrs. W M. Berryman entertained menitci of tlie Business and Prolesslona ^Vonien's club with n paity-.Ins evening at the Oberst home. f The were assisted by Mrs. Oberst daughter, Mrs. Spuigeon Patter son, : of Birmingham, Ala. . Roses predominated In the derT flowers which decorated Ih house. In a speed contest Mrs. Garlan Morgan was winner and Miss Cor Lee Baldridge received the priz in Uie advertising contest. A salad plate, was served wit codec. Luce P. T. A. Opens Year's Activities. < The '. Parent-Teacher association of. the Lange school made plans lor'a number of projects and had a progiam in the first meeting of the. year Tuesday afternoon. ' .There will be 11 lag day Saturday and on the first Saturday r in"'Octbber .there will be a rummage safe Plans . were ; made for the' ,'oirj Scouts of the school lo care for babies while their mothers attend P. T." A. meetings. The two major projects for the year will be playgrond equipment and completing. the furnishing oi the rest room for teachers. For the program . Mrs. H. C. Laysop gare the president's message and Miss Rose Spink spoke on "Home Training for the Prc- School Child". Tho dollar prize to the room having the' most mothers In attendance wenl to Miss Rose Splnk's room. Presbyterian Women W1H Hold Eschanse. A circle of the Woman's auxiliary . in the First Presbyterian church, whlcl; Is sponsoring the •Community. Handicraft and Food Exchange, will have lhc exchange open tomorrow from 9 to 5 al Belts studio. .A., large number-of women have Joined the exchange and their •wares will.be on sale each Thurs day for the present. Christ Ambassadors Meet The Christ Ambassadors of llic Assembly of God Church met Sunday evening. An offering of $1.01 w«s received, to be used in buying a banner for the class. A list of, ftioe* fneml*rs who 'had been absent for four Sundajs or more W»E jjveir to the revising committee, and K they do ndl intend'to a,a*rid any longer, heir names will be.taken from the roll .The class studied and discussed Luke.17, ,18 and 19, lead by Misa , Lois Afken. The service was closed will prayer by-Miss Lois Davis. towe-Cawrt' •Mlas Marie Cazort and Norwel Lowe,-,both "of Luxora, were ; unite, in marriaa* Saturday by the Rev J.'* B. Is to have bridge luncheons this Inter Inslcnd of (lie former af- Ernoon (snnie, had the first party the season yesterday when Mrs. '. Leon Smith was hostess. She served a three course menu t tables decorated with red roses. In the card games Mrs. Harry <lrby won (he prliw, a leather box or cards. • » » lall-Kllmour Miss Loiiclln Illtciiour and J. T. iflll, both of Lcnclivllle, were marled Saturday In thai clly. Ji Icc C. H. Qiirner ofllclalcd. Simplicity In While Stcele-Cooter Society — Personal Sixteen members and two vision; attended the meeting of tho Woman's Missionary society In Uio ionic of Mrs, p, E. I'ender Monday afternoon. The World Out- ook program was led by Mrs, Tom frank, assisted by Mrs. M. A. Massey and Mrs, T. 1. Brooks. Dr. Joe neasluy left Wednesday for New Orleans, where he will allend Tulaiie 'imlverslty. Miss Ima Lou Litnsford, jiosl- nlstrcss at Wcona, Ark., was the guest, of Miss Flora Lcc Qrnlmm Friday. Garsou Moslcy. of Kllgarc, Texas, Is Ilie guest of his fiancee. Miss Hazel Brpdcrick. Mrs. R, L, Lewis, of Alliinla, Cla., come here lo be with her father, Elijah Still, who dlfd Monday. Mrs., 1). E. Dlankcnshlp wns painfully bruised when hll by n car driven by E. Malt-near (lie Tyler church Sunday nighi. Mr. and Mrs, S. i'. Myranl spent Friday In Poplar Blull wliii relalivcs. They were accompanied home by Herbert Myrnnl, who will spend the week wllh them. Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Abemalhy spent (he wcck-cii'.l in Benton as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Burns. . \ J. H. Jones has returned home after visiting in La Valle. > ' Harold Martin," of Carbondule, III.,'spent last week-end here on business. Mr. and Mra, Dan Poi'tis, Jr. of Lepanto, Ark., were dinner i;ti3Sts of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jordar Sunday, ' • .•'.•• '.MIss'Mollic Lcc Bates and mother,'of Carutlicrxvlllc, spent last week-end here wllh Mr. nnd Mrs Charles '< Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Uaymond Broo'v and Miss Evelyn fflggnrt spell Wednesday In Memphis. Mrs. Leonard Casslday, of Mor- The'-marrlag eof Miss.Edith Fos ter"and Gecrge Humes, both o BgneUnd, occurred > in thl^ city G«lurtay. The ciycmony nas read by f Uie Rer.-A. J. Lewis. •,' f"< ,-*. * ' Bu 0*k Pmrty. The Ti«»(l»y Bridge club, which O. D. Martin, nnd Miss Frances ailltnrd, have reUirncd from Chlcnsjo, where thev ullend- -1 the lair. Mr. ami Mrs. Tom Uolciuan am! family, of Dexter, Mo., were (Mie.sts of Mr. ami Mrs. Curl Coleman over Uie week-end. Mrs. O. I'. Howard mid Miss ogcnc Manning, and Mrs C T Lewis spent Thursday in Mum- Iihls. Mr. and ,\i rs . Ai K c . lU , s , |n( | ley, is spending Ihc week here wilh her parents, Mr. and Mrs A. J. Ovcrlurf and sisler, Mrs. ''"". R.' C. Steelc, .'Jr. Mrs. Joo L. ,Uorn and Miss Marjorlc Krager. of the Lov-Lcc Beiniti 'hop, nrc In Cape Glrurdeaii thl" .veek Inslalllng n steam oil wnv: iiiclilnc. « Mrs. Elwood Scott, of Blylhc illc, and Miss Evelyn, lilggar fere dinner guests of Mr. ;uii Mrs. Raymond Brooks Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marsh am :hildrcn attended the circus ii Blythcville Monday. •. R. C. Steelc, Jr., was bail burned, while cleaning the ga love In his home Monday. Clnulcs Dales, who wns scriousl mrncd last Wednesday while nt cmptlng lo put out a fire In tli lump house, at the Martin O station, where he Is employed, 1 resting well. E. W. McCann was In-Memphl :he laltcr part of last week fc i.xnmtnatlon at the Methodist hos Jitnl. He was accompanied Icmphls by Mrs. McCann Or. and Mrs. L. E. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Oils Bargcr en erlaincd at Miclr homo In hono ">f Joo liomar. who Iclt Fridn norning for his home at f!oiu< a., after an extended visit hci. s'llh friends and relalivcs. Mrs. Fred K«lley was hostess :o twelve friends of her {laughter, Frances, nl their home " in Steelc Wednesday afternoon, in nonor of her fiflli birthday. The home was decorated In Uircc-litUc-[children nitr-iuM Bits oj News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs, Zal H. Harrison and daughter, Miss Jeanne, 'accompanied by Mlts Juiinlta Tnn- of Oscwl'i and ML«s Martiia Jane TurreiHInc, of nctroll, Mich., wont to Holly Springs, Miss., yesterday where Miss Harrison nnd Miss Turraitine arc lo attend Mississippi Synodlcal college. Miss Tinnier returned with Mr. and Mrs. Harrison last night, Jack' and Freeman Robinson Iclt Sunday for Faycttcvillc, Ark. where they will attend the slate university. Mrs. N. Johns and daughter Little Theater For ' Blylheville Is Goal Oi' Memphis Woman Blylhcvlllc may have a Little Theater organization. Mrs. Luura Sfhcrcr Hlnes, who has been af- nilak'd with tho Memphis Little hculcr lor eight years nud who has diie;led a number of their smaller plays, has already launched plans for such u movement In Ilie hope that this city may have ii regular nine months season of pliiys. Mrs. nines, who js to have class In expression, plans to spend Friday and Saturday of ench week li> Dlythevillc nnd will devote much of her time to Ihc Little Theater. The same plan as used in Memphis will lie carried out Memberships will be sold nt $(j foi the nine months season, which will entitle each member ot tickets foi nil performances. It Is planned to luive three-net play,'; monthly and WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1934 Kayc Mott, and the Misses Sallle orton and Elizabeth Cfats, left unday for Chicago to attend the air. Miss Alice George spent Sunday i Memphis with her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. M, George. • Mr. and Mrs. Altai Gi'cenwcll, Ilss Waller Dell Uinger, and (wight Anderson spent Sunday Inj number of one act plays. Mra. nines, who read here In a program at the city auditorium ar- Mlss Nellie, are In HiiBtics" t> Art; : ™ 1 B C <1 'V 'he Jewish Ladles Aid today nmt tomorrow ' 'toddy, has been in Chicago this 'summer studying. There she won John Elllotl mis gone to Little Hock where will attend the over 4GO contestants, in n rending event. Shu attended Blue Moun. Iain college, Blue Mountain, Miss, University of Arkansas School of Medicine. ^•rcn^rrs'ES^n'^-^ St^Zcl^r,,^^ 1 ^ --"- U ^. C cSc. ^Mr. anil Mrs. J. Neal Gcscll lire in Joncsboro and Newport for two days. Oscar Elliott, who has been ill for ten days, Is now better. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ulnylock and daughter, Edith Davis, of Tyronzii, were sucsls of N. J. Humphrey Satin back white moire with rucerlcs of silver thread thrmi mit thQ weave forms the luvur- .ous material from which this evening gown Is made. The gown depends .entirely upon line nmi 'luxury of material mul Is ralhei 3i;eclun In Us simplicity. The evening bag is made ,ot n bit of antique brocade. several days visit parents, Jenkins.. Mr. and here with hi Mis. Charles Sunday. Mrs. Andy Thompson and two sisters, Misses Bessie nnd Jessie Lambert, of St. Louis, were guests Humphrey, a! their uncle, J. H. and family, and (heir aunt, Mrs. K. M. Kemp, last weekend. Dr. Joe Beasley left today tor New Orleans where, he will again attend Tiilnne University. He spent the- summer In this city where he was connected with the Blythcville hospital ;md also visited his parents at Stecle, Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. .G. .J. Walker mid Mr. nnd Mrs. P. a. Walker spent Sunday in Clnrkton, M 0 ence, Italy. People In lliis city who arc interested In the Little Thealc movement are iiskcd to get it touch with Mrs. nines, who has studio nt tlie Hotel Noble, am whose Memphis address is 883 Galloway. Among lliosc who will partici pate In Hie Little Theater here arc Mlfs Martha Chambers, of Blythe vllle, and Miss Rose Goldberg, o Osceola, who were awarded scl'M arshlps by the Jewish Ladies Aid Wilson Society — Personal Ekron News Notes The Rev. Mrs. J. L. Ball.' of Cnoter. Mo., held services here Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Tinker hold services here Sunday afternoon. Miss Mary Myrtle McArthur has I Tlle Iiev '- Mr Walters, who lias rcluriicil home aller a visit with friends In Memphis. Miss Evelyn .Frank Irfl this week-end for Murfrpesboro, 'Tenn., where she will attend college. Mrs. Dan Porlls, Jr., left Sunday for her home at I-ipanto, Ark., afler a visit here with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. A. L. Jor- I'lippen, or Brad- Mrs. Edward ford. Tenn.. spent last week-end hare with Mr. and Mrs. H.' C Lamb and oilier relatives Mrs. W. c. Conifer, of Ozark. Is lhc S ucst of Mr. nnd Mrs, K. C. Stcclc, Sr., :ind family. M. G. Mnrshcll, of lloriicrsvllle, is visiting relatives here this week. Funeral services were held Thursday for Mary Poyner, HI, who died Wednesday from blood poison. Virgil linns, of Marble Hill, has accepted H position' with tlv Brooks Shoppe, Albc-il Woody has accented : liiKltlnn In (I,,, men's drpurluient 01 K.im llnmnrK slorc. Miss Kauel McAdams .spent last wei'fc-rnd as i;uc5t; of Mi ss clara Oainci'. of Armorel. Ark.. IIIK! also vislied her cousin, Mrs. UC.N Hughes, Jr., : ,t || 1( , ]U y |i 1( , v | lif , hos]iilnl. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Hcrrcll mill pig balloons and David Kclley was presented a large balloon tor telling the best story. - Mr. and Mrs. Cuba Higrion line! as their guest last week Jim Halstead, ot Ucnils, Tenn. Mrs. Rex Hughes, Jr., Is recuperating in the Blylheville hospital after a major bpsratlon. r/ic will be laker, to Ihc home of her parents, Mr. and Mre. Sam McAdams, at Tyler, the latter pnit of tills week. She was visiting them when shs became ill. Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Combs and daughter, of California, are guests of Mre. Combs' parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. D. R. darner, of Armorel, Ark., and relatives hero for several week's. A large number of people from here went lo Haywnrd Sunday for the district singing convention. Mlts Dorothea Rodgcrs, of Huffman, Ark., spent la«t wcck-cnrt Mr, and Mrs. Jewell Mrs. Jesse King and here with Hopper. Mr. and "^'.ily, of Carulhersvllle, and Mrs] L. C. Spencer were guests of Mr. and Mrs. c. N. Sanders, of Joiner Ark., Sunday. Mr. and • Mrs. Harvey Gibson have returned to their home in Shreveport, La, after a visit here with Mrs. Gibson's mother. Harry. Jenkins has rc;umcd lo bis home at Salisbury, Mo,, after I1C! cIl'CUS aftnrnoon. Blylhevillo Monday Highlower News End Cunninshnm, of Kentucky visiting his uncle, c. E Cunningham. Mr and Mrs. William Smltl ilsltcd In Tennessee last week end Mr. and Mrs. John Harkcv had '""' uncle. Mi. ncan, of Missis and a cousin from Hughes as lliclr guests for Ilie week their Ark., end. Mrs. May Sargent'lias returned from a week's visit Mrs ecu preaching In •.this community or l\vo years, will hold his fare- •cll meetings here Saturday and =1 .imlay night. Mrs, Silas Trommel and lus Lambert visited Mrs. T. D I'enn Jf lintcsvlllc Sunday. Those from Ekron who arc at- endln R high 8Chool al Dd| nrc Guyola A, M. Services were held ut Number 8 cemetery at 2:00 P. M., with the Rev. R. L. Copeland officiating, The Moss Undertaking company was In charge of ar- langements. Burdette Baby Dies , I'uiiiTiii Ecrviees were held this ... „ ' Hioniliig tor Ilia infant son of ,„ K^CauBi'lcy, duughlcr of; Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Gann. who Wv. and Mrs. John T. CaughJey,Idled at the family home near eft luesday for Holly Springs, 1 Burdette yesterday aftorncon liss,, where sho will attend Mls- tesippi Synodical college Mr. in:' •and Mr; Saturday al Monello' wllh t'heiri wrents. Mr. and Mrs. H. S, Can-' Interment was , made wood cemetery. The ! Inking company was funeral ....... . s. . , an-; • D „ , n ; ion and Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Rod- ROSa baby UlCS '"•' Hldge cemetery nt f.w this atiei^-i noon with (lie Rev. j. R. RJ,,, $. 1 nciating. The Moss Undei'takjn•• company Is In charge of arrange- ' Court Nine .Months liehiml SUATTLE (UP)-Kln B county biipetior court was nine months bchjud seheciuled cases Sept. i, nic county clerk nnnounced. Many cases were delayed because of lack of money to pay jurors. BCI'S. The Rev. Sam B, Wiggins, ofl Edgar Houston Webb,,1-mcnihs- Jonesboro, was the guest Tuesday old ton of. Mr, and Mrs, Allsn of Rev. and Mrs. H,~M~. Lewis. Mrs. Ctis Brandon jr., has gone .o..ShofficW, Ala,, for a two weeks •isit with her parents, Mr. Mrs. John Caulcy. J. C. Ciillom nnd S. C. Ilnuittai !r., left Sunday on a business tvlj> to Chicago nnct points In Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. C. C, Puller, of, i'ortaBevlllc, Mo., were the guests I °unday of Mr. and Mrs. Percy! ollowcll. " Mr. and ^tl•s. Cooper Hollowell, of the Canal'.-Zone, arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hollowell. Webb, of the Rosa community, died last night at the Memphis Baptist hospital after u five .days and Ulnsss from colitis. lie vived by his parents. Services will he I.eld at Sanely Cooler Baby Dies The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Smith died at Ihc home of his parents, in the Cooler community Tuesday morning at 8:00 McClellan Shows Open Hitch Aflcnioon This'Week flliilinec :i:30 P. M. for Hchnnl Childron 3 Rides for lOc Show Grounds Opposite Luundry Forty members ol the Methodis missionary societies of Tyronza Joiner, Marion, Marked Trc'c an Keiscr attended the zone-mcetin Hi the Wilson club>usc Tuesday •Mrs. Elvr. Kcrlln, president, welcomed (ho visitors. Mrs. Winifred Elaiin, of Marlon, spoke on "Social Relationship," and Mrs. E. K Scwcll of Marlon, "discussed "Spiritual Life." i*,-s. j. H. Grai "When I. . in sang . Think of Calvary" The next meeting will be held at Joiner. Mrs. Harry Gee and Mrsi Shcf- flcld Gee, of Madison, Tcnn> and Mrs. J. T. Lcc, of Joiner. ' | were guests of Mrs. K. P. Cnlloni Saturday. Dr. J. A. 'nicker, grand worthy patron ol Monctlc, mid Mr. and . Bogan. of Luxora, , Helen Ashabranncr.' Lofenc telulct l ">c meeting of lhc Easier)" Veils, mid rjlarcncc Trcnimcl jr. | slllr last Thursday nishl. Mrs. Ada Rider visited VIo., Sunday. in Steelc,: Promised Land league 1 Inns to Present Play II. E. Lee Wilson III. aiifi ],is brother, Frank, left Friday for, eastern schools. The former will! ntlcnd Ynlc university, New Hav"" "—" anil the latter will ca- ul's preparalory school, ,'Jlie Promised Land League, al n meeting Sunday, voted to sivr i, piny to raise i,io: The play h;i I ,, J ° C Wilscl> Ncls <">. grandson of Mrs. R, E. Lcc Wil50n> cd. mcy. as not yet Irecn srlcct- Twcnly-ftvc persons, including a "iinicr of visitors, were pres'cnt u Ilie mcctiiiff. "Wlfat is a Ciiris- ttanr was the topic discussed Ethel MM Williams was the leader Lena Mac Cutler. Helen Williams', I Jiiomas West discussed various aspects of t the topic. Courier News want Adi. Marjorie Duckclt Teacher, All Tyjics of ISalltniiin Class Friday Nights Studio nl Hotel Noble many. to Europe. He will tour Gen ,. England, France. Scotland. Ireland Switzerland. Italy and Austria Mines. N. B. Thompson, J. D MeKcnzic, Oscar Barksdale and Give Us Your Order for COAL I now wlillc delivery cost is tlie lowest. We Handle Red Ash, Monta- vallo, Ark. Smokeless, New Htvcr, Manchester, Zcigler, Kentucky and Dedusled Buckwheat for stokers GAY & BILLINGS 1'h'jiic 7(1 Wardrll Bramlctl. nl Luxora. . Mr. nnd Mrs. i). Berry spent the week end nl Luxora visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Erlin Capps. "-. and Mrs. H. J. Fondrcn and ly wlbli to thank their many friends for Ihrir symp.ilhy and floral offerings .in ih« ri ra th ot their son. Alvin, who died September, 9. Voy, Harold. Mar and Slnnford Cook visited in Missouri Saturday and Sunday. For HEAL Protection Phone 191 CLAUK-WILSON AGENCY General Insurance "Wo Pay All Losses With a Smile" James B. Clark .- Baker Wilson Notice To Holders Of COTTON OPTION CERTIFICATES Without eiigagemenl we arc willing In purchase from I'KODUCKRS Iheir t'urlieiiialiori Trust Cerlideates in the 1933 Cotton 1'roducers 1'oul ill TWENTY 1'OINTS OKK October New York Futures and pay cash for lhc difference hetwccn Mm purchase price and (he liens ajjuinsl the m-lificaU's for advances hereloforc made :in<l accrued charges. Sec O w iir Uu.vcrs CP.Powell in Luxora II R. Smith in Osceola II. II Reeves in Manila AndersonClayton&Co. rJlylheville, Ark. Chas. S. Lemons BEDROOM SUITES And Other Bedroom Items SPECIALLY PRICED iiuaiiiiCul new Finish 3-I'icce Onlv Walnut Suite. Walnut Finish, As 1'iclurctl New Design .«, ;i-I'icce Wiilnul VCUKCI- Suite ... A new design vou'll like! Think of soUiiig ;i ;i- Piece Solid Walnut Suita for only $CA.50 CA 3 PC. BEDROOM SUITE New design, wnliiul. finish, swinging minor, stini- puslcr hed, x clu'sl of drawer;; iiiul viinily (Iressci. A real value al only 29 75 Attrnclive i\Iaple Amber Finish Suite, ,'i I'ieces for only Decidedly new—This !t- f'iccc, Shaded H r o w n Kim Suite. A '1-i'iece, AIndurnislic Suite in altraclive Walnut Finish. BEDS, BEDDING, SPRINGS 2 In. Post best grade Iron Bed 3,95 Coil Spring, best grade $2-95 Double Blankets $1.25 SO-Lb, Cotton Mattress $8.95 Comforts $},95 See other Beds, Springs, Mattresses CHAS. S. LEMONS Good Furniture Moderately Priced

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