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PAGE TW<? (ARK.) SpUBIBR COTIBIER SEWS COMPJJMENTARY TICKET Kits Ticket Will Admit Mrs. J. E, Phillips and com panion, Route 2 —;o tnc— KITZ THEATER —to seer"Sally, Irene and Mary" FLAPPER FANNY IW» »Y MA Slfmct. DIC. I. M, (1C. V S TAt. Oil.. By Sylvia Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Cotillion club meeting at 8 o'clock at American Legion Hill- Mrs. Cecil Shane .entertaining Mid-week Bridge club. , Thursday Contract club meeting I' with Mrs. K B. 'Joyncr. Mrs.';-Ross D. Hughes during Tliiirsday Luncheon club. Thursday Aftcrnboji club meeting with : Mrs. Rpscoc Crnfton. : Mrs.'L.- K. llarwarg, of Osceola. entertaining Jewish Ladles' Aid society at ?:00 'ji. in. Liltl?", Theater", having old-Iash- loned ijrop-l.n at 3:30 p. in. nt Wo- i j ihan's cluu, ' ! 1 Altar Society of immaculate CQH- ceptioii; church having bingo party at cathpllc Hall at 8:00 o'clock. Business and Professional Girls' Circle of First Methodist church meeting at- 8:00 o'clock at home of Mrs. O. E. Quelmala with Mrs. Fred Fleernan-8s hostess. * FRIDAY'S EVENTS Call uieetiiig of all officers or the O. E. S. at, "li.atl at 7:30. i Music department ot Woman's cl meeting at 3:00 o'clock «<• Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. atid Mrs. f. ii. ilclchcj an fnniily have as their guests lor f week, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wcrbelow and daughter, Donna Mac, who me cnroiiU! to their home in Sh.-uvano, Wls., after Jiavlng spent the winter In California. Mrs. Miss 'illc. Mrs. a. W. DlUfilnmty Steele-Cooter Sociely—Persona! WEDNESDAY, MARCH iu, Irs. R. C. Dent and daughter, ' !lc '°3«lar meeting of the Baptist Anna Margaret, of Caruthers- Roman's Missionary society when vine. Mrs. p. W. ulUfilnmty and ll '°>' mct ilt lllc church Mondny Mrs. J, M. Glllcsplc siwjit Tuesday a f | e r »ooi>. The rioyal service pto- n Memphis. 8 rai » Wils given with Mrs. nussell "Now, once more—'Sweetheart, I love you'—antl try to gel some uniph in it." i — junior high auditorium. Mrs. J. W. Adams sr., Mrs. J. W. of the Eastern Star Monday night Adams jr., Mrs. Carleton Smith »'tei Mrs. Vcrn Mnxivell and Miss jr. ,anrt'Mrs. W. D. McClurkln: Lulinc Wilson, worthy advisors, entertaining with bridge party <•' "•'•"" nl ™ "™<,<,,,t 2 :Qi> o'clock at Woman's club. Have Circle Meetings .The Woman's Missionary Union of the. First Baptist .church imd their circle meetings Monday afternoon. • . . .:, Mrs... j. W. Wheeler \ras n new Circle One which met were also present, Other out ot town guests .included several Rainbow girls from Pnragould nnd their Worthy Act- .vi:i:r.|, Miss M'arcla McCoy and Mrs. Pearl Wills, and Masons and Eastern stars of Pnra&ould and Csccola. During tiie Foetal hour while ... .... „. ^~.v.~ —.... ,..,. vl , ..,^ u punch and wafers were being scrv- al the church with nine members, j crt, Miss Mnry Virginia Sengrave"s present. .Mrs. Arthur Nslson luid played a piimo accordion and Miss charge of* the .devotional and the Marie Mayo, MLss Doris Counts, mission .study was taught by Mrs.'and Miss'Jean Chllds sang. Marlon; Williams.' Prayers \?ere • • • y offered .by Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. | Coinpll.inc.nts Mrs. Wllley Burnette. The business meeting j Mrs. Loy Welch nnd Mrs. p. I,. was presided over by Mrs. Leslie' Engler entertained yesterday with Moore/'- .n'-miscellaneous shower aiid an Mrs. C; W. Afflickwas hostess to ;afternoon party in honor of Mrs, 14 members of Circle T^vo and C. 11. Wiley who Is moving to three visitors,*! Mrs. S. P. Cmflon, Oxford, Miss., in about ten days. Mrs. Hoscoe''Crafton, and Mrs. .I. 1 '• Jonquils wero/the floral": decora W. Tiirclkelrf. of Osceola, who is ''Ions of Uie^ydTph-home;where the. vij>itiiig;;her:-,dauglUcr, Mrs. L. T. '2. gnests'TilSycd Abridge. Mrs. Fred Burr. The-devotional from the 2Vth Riitherford.+eceived hosiery for the chapter of Matthews was read by ll! sh score, and Mrs. w, D. M-- jvlrs. John Tyrone following which ctllr l t i" was given a suede card Mrs. R. H.' Small led iii praysr table ,'cjvcr for second high prize. Mrs. Walter Bishop" had charge of ™" ''"' " the business session, at the conclusion of .which Mrs. A/Hick taught, the mission study. Miss Cordelia Wilhtte closed the meeting with a prayer. During the social hour, refreshments were served. Mrs. C. M. Hood led tiie devoUoiial: from the 11th chapter of Homans at the meeting of Circle Three at the home of Jtrs. M. C. Outlaw. The business meeting was presided over by Mrs. John Buchanan f oil owing which Mrs. J. H. Smart/Jr., led in prayer. The meeting was closed .with sentence Drayers. Mrs. Kendall Berry wos hostess Turn Graceful in Spring r o c k Mrs. J. H. Workman was Jiostass lo the Woman's Missionary society of tJu; Btee;e Methodist clivrch HJonday aflcrnqoii when there were 10 member? and one visitor, a Mrs. Edwards, present. jirt>. J. {>, vick- ery opened tiie meeting with prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. M. A. Masscy. The third and fourth chapters of the study .fcpoL "At tjic AKej-s Gate" was Jlvcn |;y ji(i- s . i>. F. McCutchcii aiid Mrs. Edwards. A/>}' the iistml rouline of business they adjourned ig meet next week will) Mrs. Jlobt. Lawrence. Ten mcinbcrs were present ut (he regular meeting of the Baptist M. BHrkovltK. of Poita»evillc, Mo., ipeiil yesterday with his daughter, Mrs, S. Jlcdcl, and Mr. Jledcl. Mr. and Mrs, Jtenkert Wotcii- tnmp, E. M. Terry, and Susie Tay,or were in Memphis Sunday tp f.ee t'.ie motion picture, "Sjioiv White and the Seven Dwarfs." Mr. ajid Mrs, I', E. Selfs, Mrs. John LaCompte and Dave Calcut cf Memphis were guests of Mr. and Mrs, W. S. Langdoii last night. Mr. anil Mrs. I,. D, Cham'blln and sons, Jack and Don, and Mrs. Chainbl.in'jj brother, frvy AUPlelo.n, were hi Memphis last night, for the ivc v ridi]ig of William Steer and Miss Dpylc Parks which lopk ptajie nt the ho;nc of the bride, jyjj-. steer Is a nephew of Mrs. Chamblin and Mr. Applcton. . Mr. «ud Mrs. nu.ssell Piirr and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hayncs returned last nlgljt from Fort Smith where they Had been bccmisb of the serious illness of the six months old son cf Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hnynes. The baby is much 1m- Mrs. W. T. Jeffries ' frakes as leader. Mr- and Mrs. Floyd Smith nnd son. Howard, and Mr. and Mrs. NoWe CitjMliart snil daughter, Donna, spent. Sunday in Marion, 111., :is guests of Mr. and Mrs. Finis E. Holmes Jr. , 'Die little y>i\ Irani to Mi', and Mrs. Ben Burns at the Blylheville hospital last week has been named James Howard. Mrs. uurns and 111- lle Jiuncs Howard returned home today. • Mrs. Mauctc Miller has returned here from Chicago and is lakiii" care of Mrs. J. E. Cicrinaii who is 111 nt her honir- wear Coaoter. Mre. James Hazel and daughter, Fsirj- Ann and Mrs. Roy Workman and daughter Patricia Ann. of 3ikc- ston were Riicr.ls of Mr. anil Mrs. A- W. Jordan Wednesday evening'. Mr. and Mrs. Alex "Bankcvitz proved. Mr, and «W » J :^% A/ ,t-^ 7*7 - r': & i ( , .^ to 15 members and two visitors when Mrs. Roy Head had charge of the" devotional and business. Mrs. Alfred Carpenter and Mrs. E. P. Blpmeyer lea in prayer. Tiie study lesson was .taught by Mrs. Berry. A social hour followed the study at which time refreshments • were served. Mrs. Tom Jackson taught the rnuaon study and presided at the business session rhen 10 membei-s of Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. Ted King. The devotional was read by Mrs. Charles Newcomb. Mrs. Jackson offered prayer. Refreshments were served during tile mortal, hour which followed. '•; .»'*-« Will Give Bingo'Farty A bingo party sponsored by the Annc-rel basketball- girls will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Armorel school. vlMM°J^ k fl?™ '^ lcnc!cd a " i'>- "•"•• <•'• •••• "eyerie, trcnsurrr. nnrt vttation to the public lo attend. I Mrs. R. A. Prltchett. parliamentar- hoslesscs presented Mrs. Wllley with a bread box. A going away scheme was carried out in n miniature suitcase which appeared on each tally with n little Seattle doj perched on top of the traveling equipment. The favors on the dessert plate served were suitcases containing salted nuts. * « » Hns Dinner Meeting The Young Woman's Auxiliary of Ilic Hayli Baptist church met al the Hotel Noble Monday night. Dinner was served to 15 women who later held "a business session in the Rose Rom of the Hotel. Kayti Club Has Luncheon Thirty members of the Woman's club of Ilaytl. Mo., had a luncheon meeting at Ihc Hotel Noble Monday. The luncheon, which was served in tbe Blue Room, was followed by a business session in the Rose Room. Mrs. L E. Coieman Heads Lepanto's Garden Club IiKPANTO. Ark.. Mar. 15.— Mrs. L. E. Colemun. wife of Senator Lucien Colcman of Lep:into. wa:; nanird |>roKldent of the newly or- 5<i!i!zcd lj?pnnto Garden Club' here -Mcmluy aftctnoan, Oilier officers named wrrc: Mr Mr.-,. ,J. K. Jones, second vice president; Mr*. VI. N. Ray. third vice pre;,idcnt; Mrs. M. Vise, secretary; Mrs. o. E. Deyeric. treasurer, nnrt I.V CAKOI. DAy Headline news in spring fashion resistible. smart, young gypsy dress. full sleeves nnd rippling skirt. tyle essentially for slim anteed lo make any thin girl look graceful. You siinuly dress, and you can 50 easily make it yourself. The pattern includes detailed step-by-step sew chart. giving you full directions. spent Friday and Saturday' in Memphis. Mrs. A. G. Shibley and daughter. Josephine wcve in Memphis yesterday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Adele Shiblpy'hnd Dr. J. A, Salibii, of Luxofa; "' Mrs. ii. H. Houchlns and Mrs. C. \V. AlTlick arc spending Ipdny in Memphis. , : Mrs. I. w. Hnvlan, and son, Don_a)d, and Clifford Lehman, of Plg- eott, -were, guests ot Mrs. Harlan's sjslcr, Mrs. W family today W. Shaver, and Helen nndlc, who attends Christian College in Columbia, Mo., has aiji^ed fat a -short vacatUm with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs '6' ' ' • • '•. -V " • ^Holland News' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kiillman, of Carutlicrsyille wore tl;e' guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Vorus Workmaii, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Murlle Scoll, is also .visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wnrknuin, this week end. • Ln Vorme, Vlar, who has recently returned from the Baptist hospital, where she was taken lor pneumonia, is very much improved this week. Mrs. n, were in Pop lar Bluff, visiting friends Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Noble Capcbart, and daughter, Diana, were in Mar- , were due to sailed from China Tuesday for a visit with the Jordan families of ateele and Coder. Mrs. Bankevilz was beforo her man-Inge Miss Maude Jordan. Mr. nnd Mrs. p. w. Coieman and £ons, Peter -and Bobbie, have returned from a visit in points of California. •• Mr. and Mrs. George w. Cook .nnd children are \'isitin» relatives in points ot Alabama and Mississippi. V Mrs. Lm-cnc Marshal!, Mrs. Webb :aiul Mrs. Bryant of Carutlicrsville, Were guests of Mrs. clay Lewis Mondiiy. i\Crs. Dcwart Qmith is sick with influenza. .! Mrs. Alma Grissom . and daughter, Martha, spent Sunday at Dexler us guests of Dr. and 'Mrs. T. J Linger. ', Mr. and Mrs. Benlon Gnrrett and son. Jlmmie, and Mr. and Mrs, Dan Portis Jr., and daugliter. Danette ,pf Lcpanto. were guests of Mr jim! hlrg. A' W. Jordan Sunday, t ; Mr. and Mrs. jack Kcllcy and ton, David, spent Sunday, at Jack- Eon, Mo., n-illi relatii-cs. " '" : Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Hamra and little son. Jerry, left Tuesday for St. Louis whore Jerry Is to undergo an, examination at the Plirliicrs hospital. Mr.:,and Mrs. J. W. Bader Tg Move To Plantation Mr. ami Mrs. J. w. Badcr p'lan "— lo move within a short time to Mr. and Mrs. Byron Holly, and near Maiden. Mo., where Mr. Burr* i?anni n 'n«i»».. ----- -..- .,-_ dor .w er .will operate ^jis. plantation, in and a new store.-.he.Is.'cstab- Both 'Mr. and Mrs- U;«ILT nave long been residents of 'Blytlieville ion. 111.. Sunday visiting Mr. and I an .r- ;,:-;,-. "— "' Mrs. Finis Holmes, jr., Mrs. !££,£ ^"" Prominent parts in the development of the city. Mr. Ba Holmes, before her marriage was ML's Mary VI Capehnrl. Mr. nud Mrs. E D. McClnin, nf Bonne Tcrre, aft visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colioqn. this week. Mr.'nnd Mis. J. Story, and small son Joseph, were the guests of Mr. Story's parents. Mr. nnd Mvs. Joe Etory, of Dcnlon, Saturday night. Mrs. Sam Booker, lias relumed from Flint, Michigan, where .she iias been visiting for the past few months. The tirst rehearsal for the all county sing is lo be .held al Ilic Holland high school * auditorium Monday afternoon when the ninety pupils from (he different schools ore lo dug together for tlic lirsl lime. . "the blouse is prclllest in sheer. like chiffon or or In the apple ^tuL-t uiiKcrs named wrrc- Mrs r, , . "i-i"ran Mortis, jr., first vlr-c pesidc it : bi0tSO ™ !' lnh lhtlt ' S sn , :ml!lrl denl - - - H-aiutllL. now Ma( . c (]J1 lhc sl . irt ln rt((rk wool. designed for Qbserj-e SJ^rch Wee*'pf Praj-rr 3he March Week ot Prayer was cjjserved by members ol the Y. w. A. ol .the first Baptist church at a, mceliug Monday night at the liome of.Mrs. Arthur Nelson Odle. Rice led the program ou which-Jcanrie Carlock, Doris" Dclk. caessa. McGee and Vivian Vlckers appeared. • • .Durj^- the business se«ion. the hospital was atloptcjl us the croup'r, lirojcct, w.hlch the .nieinber?, will tarry put by visiting patient?,, providing flowcn;, and 'helping in any other posflblc wny.' Delegates were elected lo attend Ihc Y, W.'A. Golden Jubilee ban- to be held April 5 at Little f Dolores Psalmtmds, Jeanne Carlock, Odessa AlcGlice, Vivisn Vlckers and Ckti6 Rice, as delegates, and Mrs.' Nelson, as counsellor foi .the group, will attend. OsccoU Vit.lt focal O. K S. About 46 members of the I inn. the club will be devoted lo tlfc tenntincalfoh of Lcuanto and will work in conjunction with the Ycitiig Men's Business Club. Temple Israel To Hold No Services On Sunday Religious school classes and services at Temple Israel will be dismissed this Sunday in order to make it possible for the congregants lo p.-nticiwate'in the dedication of Hie Suiagoguc at Cape Girardcau. Mo., this Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clccfc. TOO LATC TO l.PEt ~^« .s.00.... »...»iw.. ceola demonstrated My dog, named Tony, disappeared from my home Tuesday after- neon. He Is a white fox terrier, with black head markings, and a I clack heart on his side. He Is 12 ",jears old, and blind. Will anyone please notify me? Howard. , pese noy me H chapter room a: Hie local Order ' ix>i s Hoouer, Phone silk crepe or sheer Pattern 8177 .. „ iizcs 12. 14. 16. IB, 20. Size 14 requires 2 1-1 yards of 39-Inch material for the blouse (with long sleeves); and 2 1-4 yards of 54- iiicli material for the skirt. The new SPRING AND SUMMER PATTERN BOOK. 32 pages of attractive designs for every size and every occasion. Is now ready. Phctograplrs scow dresses made from these patterns being worn; a feature you will enjoy. Lct the chaining designs In this new book help you In your sewing. One pattern and tlic now Spring and Summer Pattern Book—25 cenl-5. Book aUmc—15 cculs. For a PATTERN of this attiao Uvc model send I5c iu COIN, your NAME. ADDRESS. STYLE NUMBER and SIZE lo Courier News TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU. 11 STEliUNG PLACE BROOKLYN, N. Y. Jails Popular on JUrkcl EVENING SHADE, Ark. (UP>— The market for jailhouscs Is bullish. Tlic local jail was purchased by u farmer here and was converted Into R cow bam and crib. A Sylamore, Ark., man bought Ihc jail in auction at Mountain View. Ark., near here, and remodeled It 303 or 792 for a telephone exchange office. Mrs. Josephine Thyrc. of Drn- (on spent the week-end with Mrs. Luther Hayes, ' Mrs. Hayes, am her guest were in Stcclc visiliiv; Mrs. Hayes' sister, Mrs. Clinrlcs Fowler, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ruby Porter, spent Sunday . . - dcr had ii number of '-the downtown business buildings creeled, was In the jewelry business for a long lime and laler entered the real. estate field, in w )i| c )i he lias teen most interested recently. He served ns alderman for a number of years when Blythcvillc was having its first expansion. "Mrs. Bnd<r was also especially active before .ill health forced her to lead a (juicier life. She helped to organize the local Red Cross chapter in I917 and served as vice chairman during the World war. For several years she had charge of all production in the chapter and gave her entire time as n volunteer. She is a former- l-residcnt of the Elliott ' Fletcher chapter of (lie United Daughters gers of the Confederacy and a former vice president O i lllc Blythevillc Library sssocialion, In June. 1933. s: Badcr acted Of Uic llrsl ivoniHi In Caruthcrsvlllc visiting hci daughter.-Mrs. Chester Moore. Mrs. John Cohoon is scriouslv ill this week from high blood pressure Khc has been confined to hot bed since Monday. Mrs. Maud Higglns had al her Sliest over the week end, her grandchild run. Gtenwood and Elsie Mae Dicus, of Braggadocio. Miss Pearl Lynn McCormick, al tis the foreman wiwn Jury in Blylhc- Imvc rented their home, -,. Chicteawba avenue, to Mr. aiulj Mrs. C. E. Ends. Read Courier News Want Ads. V B . TOR^ HMD COLDS conifprtitif! rel . membranes— helps keep sinuses open. Kennett, was the guest of brr par- Clears clogging - ents, Mr. and Mrs. C, J.McCormict- ! cus i'',r<^««3 iwoUcn over the week end. "" —"- L ' ' W. H. White was the gi|o 3( 0( his niece,. Mi-s. Waller l),ui s 0( Bragg city. Saturday night. Wednesday night when m' Bapu", W. M. S. ladies held their weekly meeting. There were i,j, lr mcmb p * present n nd the topic for discussion WHS "The Royal Service I'mcnm" •• The next meeting Is to be hclil nl the home of Mrs. Luther Hayes.' i Read .Courier News Want Ads. ! VlCKS __^_ VA-TRO-NOL NEW SPRING YARNS AND FASHIONS By Denial FREE INSTRUCTIONS Mrs. Luslie Hooper 1105 chlckajuifba 1'hoiic in Meats and Groceries At A Savings Shop and Save Here We )wy Uig(»cst I'riccs on J'otillry ;il ail Times. CAINESMKT. Ilg \V. Main si. 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