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BLYTHEV1LU, (ARK,) COURIMt NEWS JSocial Calendar FKUMV'S'. American Leelou Auxiliary mcet- 1 iiig *HU Mrs. tf. d. stcratxrg, 'J:M >>. M. ' Doicas Sunday school class ol the fust Baptist cuiuch meeting with . Mrs. Will Hogcis, 111 Lilly sUeel, • 7:30 pm. '• ' OAITODAY'S EVENTS : County Council, Home Demon- citation clubs !ii«etinB_ai Woman's " club lor all day incouiig beginning I a'. 10 a. ni. •/ Jtfiss Julia Smith Weds Mr. Frederick Bonifield Announcement has been made ol - the marriage oi Mus Julia smith, ..' ot Fort Wonh, Texas. 10 Mr. i-vcd- - crick Bonilield, of tins city, ir.c ; weaaing hovinu been rolemnized nt '• the Kunphill Presbyterian cnurch - ol fvjrt Wortli on aunday, Fcbru- 5" ary 25. Jjje Rw. Everett B. King, ; pastor, jxiriornica inc service. - IV.e bride, wr.o Is the daughter of J. Mrs. H. H. Stevens of Fori Woill), ~ is a graduate of Hie 'si class ol the "• Central IUgh scliool ilierc. were told obout by Mrs. Rllcy B. Jones who spoke of their lives and ihei rplcturts. Oilier members participated lii a study of their pictures. Mrs, W. M. Williams (old of the sculptor Augustus Saint Cundcns, his work. •lewkh Aid Metis. Mrs. Waller Hosentlial, Mrt. 1W*- land WolioiU Mrs. llcrnwi lle-v, aiw MJS, Milton sttMilwrg were appjlnled members of ihe committee which will make the scholarship awards for the Jewish Ladles Aid, In a meeting last uvenlnt; u'. the home of Mrs. Ike Miller. Mrs. Mllioii Stcrnbcrg was also hostess. Included in tlie members present were Mrs. Koiuh llurwarf of o»'- president, Mrs. Adolph Wcln- ;mc bridegroom, who came r-.wc "'c* 1 Friday evening at her home ago to mane his home. Is a '." member of -the firm, Joyner imd -' Bonlrield,.local agents for the Tex,-• as ecruixuiy. A graduate of the unl- - verslty of Oklahoma, ,Nprm»n, he Z received nls Bwae% oi;St*c;\ci; dc- • £rec last year. 'He.js a'member of - the LamMa Chi Alpha fraternity. *-. He is tlie son of Mr. and Jtrs. W. | W. Bonifield, of Okonah. Ottn. w . After a honeymoon in Dallas and ,.; Okeraah, Mr, Benilield and his P. bride have arrived r.ere to make •-^ tjttir home in slic Ward apwrtuiems, - im* West Walnul. ~ i MIB. Bonilield'and >lr. Bonllield's ^ Bother, Mrs. WV W. Bpnlftdld, were f, Quests of honor at i. !party : of tiic .;! '|hureday contract club thli alicr- 7» 4 00 ' 1 ' vani Mrs. F. B. Joyncr was ~ Jiosless., -i . i. s ,. . ti - \ : -••• 1 berg, Mrs. K. M. Jufluc, Mrs. nuoenstcin mid Mrs. Hose Gold- Ixrg, ol Osceola, and Mrs, Willlain Borowsky, of Manila, mid also tlicsc, euwts: Misses Rose Rubeiiiteln mid Ruth Goldberg, of Osccola, mid Mr ai:d Mrs. ML-yia Fclblsh, of Memphis. Mrs. nosentbal replaces Mrs. S S. stcriilKrg as chulrmuii of tin. scholarship committee- which wll lo consider applicants In scholarships in dramatic art, piano, voice dancing, cotton and a secrctnrla course. ncadlugs were given by Mines liorowiky, Vulter Koseiuhal and Goldberg In [he social Jiour. • * ' » Enlcrtvinn Club Mines. Matt MomiKhan ir., May D. Miller Jr., mid Samuel P. Nor ils had lunch and plnycd cards a the Ifb'nic of Mrs. W. J. 1'ollard when she also ciilcilalncil mcin the Wednesday Bridg fifliis Barbara I ! j Weds M;. J). birnraons » •-l.ujllB Borbira Ajur B?(ley, •". daughter of ilr. and Mrs. Sam ^ Bailey of Holland, Mo., and Mr. U. ,< Simmons, ton of i\lr. mid Mrs, •*. Rank Simmons, of this cUy, were '^ milted in marriage Wednesday ut - Carulhersville, Mo. « After ii honeymoon spent in ',* Memphis they will make tlwlv »•- home' with the bridegroom's pai- " ents, at Walnut and Ninth, tot ^ the praseotT" 11 ** " . , ^|, .> . The attractive bride, «ho*lsa ••• graduate of the Hollund high -; school, is well known both here ,« and at Hollnr.d where she has rc- ^ aded for a jiumber of years. ^ .Mr, almmons, who is a graduate •• ol the city high school, is u mem- " ber of the firm of Blminons, Con"„ tractor, He is widely known Jiav- v ing been in business here lor u * number of j p e«rs, , . . " — beis of tlnb. BounueLs of mixed spiiny-flow ers decorated the small luncheoi tables in the living and am. room and , Kpt'lOgllmc tallies were usfd A two course menu wus nerved. lit the card fe'nmcs Mrs. Mona Blisii Jr., won the prize, a tru wllii coasters. fore . J. r. Holland, who wus lie her recent marriage, Mb Ailccii field, was the gnect ot lion or at evening hjf " rs - party given Ith sandwiches Individual cakes lid coffee. A pink and white col- motif was IL L «I In (lie (allies nd refreshments and (lie fuvors •ere miniature brides and bride- rooms. The bride will be Die uiiett of onor at a |)&tty flvcu this cven- ng by MKs Mary lilaiiclu- Ciity. • i » lany Attend M. Y. I'. If. 'raining School Kt«, 'i'hero were. 21G nicmbcrb antl vis- ,ojs wlio attended the ilnni sf>>- of tlie annual county JJ. Y. I 1 . U. irolning school at tl.e iapllst church last Churches represented were: ._: :! •-.'(••(li«-.'"UUfl Bih oj News Mostly Personal Mrs. C, J. Cox lifts returned from 81, l/>nb where ehe bcugnt for the New i'conomy shop. Mr, und Mrs. c. W. Aflliclc returned last ijlght from two weeks s|«jnt in Charlotte, N, C., Washington, t). C.j and Ncsv Yurk city .'. .? ! w ""<-' ill Waslilnalon they were tr.e eiemij^.: y l|Csts 0 [ congressman and Mrs 1 '" r '" M: '-|JCJC Cooper, of Wa-shlngton and the dcvoitonal last evening B. E. Lee ol Dallas, Texas, south- vldu B. Y. l'. U. secretary, jpolw on "Tfic Necessity ot Trnlnlng in •he Clmrch Program." Tonight, tlie liev. John T. caughlcy, paiilor ol .he Uaplht church at Wilson, wll! speak during ihe ilevotionul jxrloU. Tnc faculty of the school, which | ills two classes, a devotional iitwl' recreational period each evening, is composed of Mr. Lee, Miss Edna Hlmmerman, asulstant B. Y. P. U. director of the First church al I'ai - UKOUld, and Mrs. J. L. Ncwsom. U, Y. I 1 . U. leader hi tlie Second here. • • • Auxiliary Meets Mrs. c. M. Gray mid Mrs, W. A. Uobyiii were elected delegates to the meeting of Presbyterlal «t Batesvllle, Ark., in a session ol the aiixlllnry of the First ITcsby- lerlan church Monday afternoon at the church. Alternates arc-Miss Louise Crane niul.Mre. L. S. Brls- coe. . . i i • Other matters lu'tam up ii\"i buslnc.w session 'Included the voting to pay the benevolence pledge (n full and to elect a vice presl dent later in the church year. It was reported $10.15 donated Hi i party has been sent lo Arkansas college nt Butcsvlile, tomorrow where MlBs J'cgey McKcel, who attends Lindeuwood collcy; at St. diaries, Mo., will Join Lt'.cm for (he week end. !•'. U. Joyncr and j-'ietl Bonlfleld, accompanied |jy w. W. Bonlfleld of Gki'imih, Oj:la., are attending to business in Sikeston, Mo., today. G. W. Dllluluinty jr., has rrlurn- .1 fruni Dycrsburg, 'I'eim., where u f.pc-nt a. short time with Mr. and Ir.s, Cecil Lee. Mr. nnil Mrs. W. W. BonlflcW ol Okcmali, Okla.. ore ijKcsts of Mi nd Mrs. !•'. U. Joyncr and Mr. wid .Irs. Wed Bonificld lor two wcek.i Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ue, 0( by rsiiurg, Tcim., will siwnd the wuei: 'tid with Mrs. Ci. w. OUlahunly »ik mnlly. llermiin straub, of Paragould, has returned lo his home in Paragotilc iftcr hnviiiB been the guwl of Miss Eclnn Tnnkcisley. . Mrs. Berry B. Crooks jr., Mis Farnsn-ortli Ulack and daughter Betty, returned to Memphis yeelcrday ullcr having come ove Son Born. Mr. and Mr*, ncrl Mayo an- IUil I nouiico tlie hlrth of n sou this, B ' Jo " cs inornh.g ul lliclr home on the DcV and Mrs. Dixie Crawford nt the ,. oail . Tn( , b:iby , vno wc , Bns dgll , mtlni, ),n»in 1 . J . ° ° Jones home. Mrs. Sterling Wood received a compact for' high score nnri ihe cut prize, handkerchiefs, went, to Miss Margaret Cross. Mrs. Holland received » silver vnse. I pounds, has l>ccn named w. B. 311 Lough Niisull, L:iXc-o!-lhe-Eyi hi County Slico, Ireland, occupied nn area of 45 acres, but it dlsap peared recenlly mid now (her A tuna uspic salad was served | Is only n dry hole 18 feel deep. FITS-ATTACKS CURBED n«w bap* f*r odflur from OD« uitr Out L«PM . It* f* SC r**n If VM Buffer, wad ntnr:, •uldrwl to K. Le f v>. Apt. tt. It I, I 1 Wristt fit. l*(l«tuk»«. W;., KBi h win Md ft trui tuppfr c« GHAUk A Raw Milk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy Illliuns. {or the funeral oi W. B. Mrs, Fieri TanHtrsky, who is 'vlc- :nu her mother on Missouri avc- THURSDAY-MARCH 8,-1934 lor, Jjelty Lou, arc visiting t.5rs, Sullivan's mother, Mrs. J. H. Johnson, at Lake Cormorant, Miss. They will IK tone ;i inontli. ;c, Is recovering Irorti a scroe 1 , Miw Elizabeth Cr.ilg ai\d Her ,sc o( liilluema. j tvotlier. Dick Craig, moved Tucs- Gladys Tsnkerslcy svill leave ', di\y tioro Nodena to (lie residence | ' unday for Utlle Ho: c. W. M. McDonald ' .c Memphis Methodist hospital. Society Wilson : — Personal Mrs. tXI Rcgcnold was elected evident and Mrs. Wiiller Card eahiirer of tliu Methodist Mis- onary .society at a meeting Tuei- jy afternoon at the lionic oi j>. c. W. Ferguson. The tcdcty :idccl lo use for study ihe "Life Our Lord," by diaries Dickens, liIt'll has Just been published. Mr. mid Mrs. G. 11. llowelki ivL 1 ri'tiirnvil lo ihcir home til VlnlrrJiuvcii, Flu., nftcr a. two Ecks visit with Hit 1 ' liiltcr's mo- it r, Mrs. R. B. Lee Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Cram are i Pine lilnfl ihls week where ley are the quests of Mr. and Ir.s. Cone Murphy. Mr. Grain LU attend a mccUnts o'. the rfe-Mo rroduction Crfdit nhso- :atlon, o( which he is temporary Imirman, Dud Brewer, who is scrioiisly ill f pneumonia, was taken to the laptlst hospital In Memphis Sun- ay. His small daughter, June, > also In the hospital, very ill ith diphtheria. Mrs. H. E. Lee Wilson and da\i- hter, Mrs. Frank Wesson ot iprlngfield, Mass., left Wednesday nornlng for the eastern coast o: litre formerly occupied )»• Jake T-trfallkill. : . . •'.'lillss Fiinnlo Donham lias ac- i-cptnl u position us slenogiaplier with Hie Wilson Milling Co. •tyrs. John Enoc.ty>. If . to.hepliomo with .J "i Kab'e,Eti email Mrs. "W. P. Wilson, is <l!l' ! measles. ''':« I Miss Mildred Frazlcr ami Dr. I James Pall were in Memphis Wednesday. ," . ''.'; Mr. op.il Mrs. Eddie Rejenord of Victoria are staying ut . the tome oi E. A. . llcjeiiold during the absence oi; Mrs. Hcgcnolil. W. M. Wallace, superintendent of the lumber mill here, who liasj Ixen ill for a month, is able to be out .Vonagriiartan Knows OAK BLUFfS, Mass. <W>— Oijly two weeks after suffering a compound fnictme of the hip iviiiln tending the furnace nl iiis Iv.mc. Stephen W Smith vas able •n be up am! use a wheel-chair. Ic is 91 years old. 3 DAY SALE On Spring C'oat.s and Swag tliut.liave captured t smartness of these fieW £vgA modes backed by Quality.- Designs ' 11] %v^viTmiMMj$ Florida where everal weeks. they Mrs. A. Regenold has gone Jlack-Draught For Dizziness, Headache Due To Constipation "I have used Thedford's Blacfc- Drnught several years and find It splendid," writes Mr. G. W. Hol- iey, of St. Paul. Va. "I take It for dizziness or headache (due to con- itipalton). I have never Jonnd anything better. A short while ngo, we began giving our clu'ldren Syrup ol Black-Draught as a laxative lor colds and little stomach ailments, and have found it very satisfactory"—Millions of packages of Thedford's Black-Draught are required to satisfy the demand for this popular, old reliable, purely UKESSKS AND SUITS A. very select assortment of dresics and suits In plain corded and triple sheer crepes, also a good collection of prInts, especially priced. Sizes 14 lo -18. §.1.95 to ?Ui.7r) ACCESSORIES Kid and Fabric Gloves and purses in navy, beige, black, brown and white. Plain, rough and patent leathers. $1.00 to $2.95 Novelty Spniijf 1'uljrits''H-atH'tailored and fur trimmed .styles. •'••.. $2!).7f> Values $21.75 $22.75 Values §18.75 818.75 & 519.75 Values 91U.75 & §17.75 <<» SM.75 Val- ill's $10.75 MILLINERY Beautiful collection ol millinery 10 select from in all the new novelty Eflft and rough straws. Large, medium and small head sizes. Specially priced. 51.98 to $3.95 Silk Blouses ?2.48 to $2.95 New Economy Shop . i M«l. _. Mrs. O. w. McCutchcn led the •* raeeting ol ti; e Delphian chapter - Wednesday morning at the Hotel i Noble. i. In continuing the study of »rt, . Mrs. McCutchen discussed tire Van r Eyck brotlKre. she charac-terUei the lives oi the piintcrs in this .- lamily and the progress they made . in art »nd offered the picture "Ado- i ration of the Lamb" for study -- Von der^Wcydtn and Memling i WINTEJnT Plaids, Prints, Jackets, Lingerie touches! DRESSES Ju8t\arriyed~-a .Special Easter Group at \ OVER" •;: A STUFFY HEAD -.'. -fobi you of sleep ~ ; ".-spoitiyourd»y. -;• To de»r your head ;j quickly, use the v convenient new NoscSlhroal DROPS March Winds ,.. Dry Skins _ I • Thai's why every woman will b v. interested t.o ... know, about our special skin-protecting facials. Call and let us explain ho«- your skiri can be kept ioyely in -spile of bluster^ weather. I/ Margaret Deeii Beauty Sl Phone 106 Bright' prints 'and solid colors are equajly important! Many soft pastel shades as veil as navy, lilack, and brown. Youili- ful styles, every one, wilh dHjhing touches of plaid, sheer white frills and l>il>s, t and jackets in varying lengths. You'll find just the JEaslcr frock you want in this collection — hurry in for first selection! Women's and Misses' Sizes. 220-222 W. Main Blythcvillc, Ark. ailed by tlie critical illness of lie p.icktiges. "Cliildrcn like the Syrup." Mrs. John Sullivan and dnugli f&iMi«i ':^m^m ^*$&v.-, *m IHE JOY Of GOOD TASTE And good .taste is one great pleasure an j only ihe center leaves. Tricyatethc ' you-find in every Lttcky Strike, for milJcst leavc=, the most tender. Every only (he finest Turkish an J Domestic: Lucky Strike i^ fc'.ly packed.. - always tobaccos arc used in Lucky Strike . , . so round, so firm—no loose ends. rrcm tftf Diamond Hontr-fikie of tkf Ofita House ] :;.0 V M. KasUrn Ti:.... r,\r- ltd iih.l Hl-K Nll«orV! ol MU 1 l.mlv j-jrik,- \. ,1! ix ctilla-cesni t*J*l£!*> tir.J.;

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