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BI/n'HEVlLLE, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Joodwln, Mrs. Social Calendar ' THURSDAY'S EVENTS Country club having hamburger supper, 1 p in Mrs.- N. 1 D. Menard entertaining. Thursday Bridge club. Thursday I,unchcon club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. ^Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs, G, G. Calidlll. Children'of Confederacy having style revue. .,U. D. C, meeting with Mrs. J. .W. »•, 2:30 p.m. '.'• FRIDAY'S EVENTS Gcraldine Carter. 1 -Woman's Auxiliary-meeting tit hu!, 2:30 p.m. ..'O. B. S. meeting at hall, 8 p.m. offered pmycr. . lenry Humphrey, ircoml Itapllst Jhuroh Wonieii lay afternoon ucmbers, Mrs. A. M. 13ntt, Mrs. cy, Mrs. llermnn J. W. Adams eerv- cooktes and Iced t * Mccl. "I nl*llic iiiccliiig s Missionary Union iapllst cVnirch Mon- Includcxl two ni!W I/ola -Hudson and uvnll, and two vlsl- ). Hooker and MLss r. r cuts' gave tlie devo- Mrs. ucn lia,rr.|soii ors by Mrs, 'I'om llowiird and Mrs. M. C. Outlaw. Circle 5, which met itt the church, had nine im'intm.s and n new member, Mrs. Klmilic-th Hhoiics, present, i'raycvs were .'aid by Mrs. 'I 1 , If. Shepherd nnd Mrs. H. L. ciumilxT.s during the devotional period, led liy Mrs. lloy Head, Mrs. Ilaltlc Keen' gave the lesson before the business .session, presided over by Mrs, W. A. Grlm- inell, ; Coca Cola sunduc. 1 ) were nerved. . + • * Clri'ks t Mcft : Circle's of ; the Womiin's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church' wlilrh mn1. Mnm'aV flfh'l 1 - Miss Mildred tray for high award, a pic Jennie Wren A SiUllrr ' COU fudge cake an guests. Km'hliT-Thori Annnunceme of the. marr Thornton, of Koehler, will Friday night and Mis. U. titles Mr. an iternian Koe! bridegroom, a course was -served liii.i Beall-Cooley Vows : Made', at Home Wedding '{Mtss Marian Cooley,and Elslner nVall, of. Wilson, exchanged' theli nferriage:AQw's ; in a ceremony sol- ejiini7*d yesterday nflernoon, ton ojcloek, ai'the-Miome of Ilic bride's I>arcnLs, Mr.,aiid Mrs. Paul !•',. Cooley.;. Members of the families ant n'fcw of Ihcir most Intimate frlcnit. were invited: . ,''-., -.The Rev, Wj-P. Cooley, pastor o the Methodist church-at Joiner said the; service as the bride am bridegroom knell under an arch o ijiignoltas • and .ferns. 'Hie arc! widen bud ii \vcddlng bell of whlt< carnations hanging from it, \va flanked with wrought iron eiuulol nbra-with cathedral tapers gleam ing above an embankment of fern nnd smtlax. Floor baskets of mag ndtias marked the nllur path. : As the guests were ;nssembllrv MLss Kathryn Grctir played a pro gram of nuptial music. The lx> hengrln Wedding March hernldc the wedding parly, strains of "Be . loved " r we re hen rd during the cere inbny, -and Meiidclsso'hn's^-BtTda Chorus' was,' piayccl for/'the recessional. Miss Gfear wore a frock of br^wn net'\vilh n corsage of Tnlis- inan roses. iTifiss Carolyn Hnlcy, soloist, sang "IY Love You | ll-uly" and "The Sweetest Story; Ever Told," Her frock was'of green organdie mid Etic .'.yore a corsage of .pink roses. . "The tapers were lighted by.Misj Winifred . Goodrich, who wore a pink net. dress and a'corsage ot pink roses. ' " -'llarvcy. Lynn: Morris nnd Ills sister, Jeanne,.who wore a (loor length frpck of white, organdie, 'carried lhc njalhic stieimicrs.^vhiclv (ornvcd the aislc^tqr the wed ding" party.' A , •-• TAeliiia .wbrthfnsfon. ''the bridesmaids, wore aciimmnrlnc frocks oJ motissclliiB, cut In nn empire effccl with tiinio. coats which had long sleeves, blmiscd at llib shoulders aiid elose nltlng'nl the wrists. Their colonial upimuels were of Talisman roses, tied with Willc, In I'.ic Tnlis- man shades. . • • • Tlic inatron of honor, Mrs. \v.'P Cooley, 'of Joiner, wore a pencil frocl;. itentlcnlly made. , ".Tlic ushers were Albert orcen- w?ll and Dwight Anderson, of Wilson, and the utst man was t'nc bridegroom's brother, Olmrles Beall nil--of Wilson.,-',', Jam?,'! Cecil Lowe ' carried ths rm~ in a c»lla lily. •Tlic bride, who -was-'given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown, of while-flat c'nitiou with a-short veil. .The long d re si with a brief train, was fashioned in an empire etfcct with a deep collar trimmed In folds of whilr satin.'Folds of the satin nlso Irlm- nled -t'nc hem of the drsss and' Hi- long, tight filling sleeve*. Oraii™ Wossoms held the veil In n hal effect. ,...-•. .'After/the service there was »'.. informal reception. Members ot the wedding party were assisted by Mrs. Beall's mother in-serving the wrddinj cnkc ami pundi. .Later;in the afternoon Mr - Bcnll and his-bride'left 'by motor for Ames, Iowa, where they will attend Iowa Stale College for six weeks Hjr traveling Mrs. Beall'wore n Dpvbonnet crepe frock, trimmed with pique and rick-rack braid an-1 a.piquD coat. .-.-.-- piher out of town'quests herf >." e *,^' ^ hll ' s t^rcnls. Mr. anil Mrs. W. T. Beall. Mrs." chnrlc? Mrs. Albert Grsemvll Hson. and Mrs. Emma Burnty of Mansfield. Mo.,', grandmother of tnc bride. ' ,.*.'• * Cbolr Has Picnic. Tie choir of the First Methodist church had s. picnic last -nUht at walker park whsn 30 attended The business se.wlon was presided over by Mrs, Earl Walker. D. I). C. In Ilnvo Ccnlciinhil l'ro|>riim. Members of the fninlly of the Rev. H. T. lilyllic. for wiiom Illy- fncvlllc was named, will be guesis of the U. n. (;. chapter in n meeting InirM.lay nflcrnomvnt (lie home of Mre. .), \v. under for 11 Centennial program. The meeting will be -In the form of a "Homecoming".. W llli nit former nicmbcls being esiiechilly In- vied. ' , Koyal Nelgliutirs ' Have Call Mrclliig. Members of the local chiipler of the Royal Neighbors .had a call meeting Monday nlit'nt when Mrs J. W. Wnde of plggoll, stale worker, was the guest sinker. The meeting , vas ulr ( i, c llomc of M C. Cl. Hires, liiilcrlalns Osccnlu. luxrini llrl(l B e dull. Mr. and Mrs. nnlnnd Green entertained (l |, c risccola-Luxora Bridge ..cli^,.; of.-V.'.lch.. they: lire memlicrs, and Mr. niitl Mrs J A Pfgtf of Osceoin, Mr. , m ,l Mrs. Lo\ Welch and Mr. and Mrs. i-\ L Env- Icr last- -•'-'• •- loon, Jind programs on home mission schools while Ihc Business W6mcn's group, which met that nlglil, had a program rn Korea, Mrs. It. c. Cook entertained ilrcle 1 at lier home with Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Simmons :it Ml. Mrs. 0. M. Gray led this Bible study and the program was given by Mrs. Hoy Walton. There were ten present. Circle 'i met with Mra. Carrol Blakcmorc and Mrs. F, B. Joyner at Ihc Blakeinorc home when nine attended. Mrs. W. Ii. Dobyns gave Ihc program iillcr the lillj'tc study, led by Mrs. B. R. Allen. Mrs, Joe P. Pride and Mrs. U. M. Woodard entertained circle a al (he Pride homo when len members and two visitors attended, The gucsls were Mrs. Chester R. Habcock, prc.sldcnl, and Mrs. Oscar Haidaway. / Circle •! mcl with Miss Grace Lowery when 'there were 15 present. Mrs, S. E. Vail, chairman. was assisted ' by Mrs. Charles Crowdcr In giving the program and Mrs. ,SLuarl II. Salmon led the fiible study. Refreshments were served during the .social hours, •j •at a ; camlyi the cut .to MLss VCd with lo the 20 ;i en made ss Dali>y Huympnt olemnfecrt e of -Mr. ship. Be- nkensiilp r ot , : .llu cie's -b'ro- n, were •-. A of uixora, have gone lo FAyetle- vllle to f;ne-nd several 'weeks, Miss Cookc will attend summer school at the slJile university . Newoll Blngham left Sunday for Starkvlllc, Miss., where' he has secured employment with a road construction company. Mr. and Hfrs. H. T. riylcc nnd Miss Dorothy Rylce left today for a week's .slay In Shreveport, La., and points of Texas. While lii Shrcveporl t'ney will be the guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Rylce's son, Carl. Miss Catherine rose y was taken to lhc Memphis Methodist hospital yesterday in a Cobb ambulance. Bnc underwent an operation for appemticlts last night. Her mother, Mrs. L C. Posey, her sister MLss Miiry Louise, • and Dr. M O Osrcy accompanied her. Her condition Is very good. Mrs. Fred Warren mid George Dlllahimly have gone to Gutcs 't'ciin., for a brief visit. Miss nllly paync has gone to IIumboMt. Tcnn., to visit relatives for a week or ten days. ' ' Mtss Anne and Mary jo plshei were In Osccola yesterday .to sec District Baptis W. M. U. Will Friday At 0 OSCEOLA, Ark. — Th meeting of the northea. of Arkansas W.M.U.' wll at the 13;i|ilLsL church Mrs. J. O. Spotts of W phis who was elected dls Went at the recent stat lion in Tcxarkana, will Over two hundred w young ]>eoplc from th counties comprising th arc expected to be pie* The three sessions are at 9:45, afternoon at evening at 1:30. . Tlie district Steward clnmation Conlcst will most of lhc afternooi Miss Pearl Bourne, Young People's Secrctai U. of Southern Baptis tlon, of Birmingham, be the principal gucs WEDNESDAY, -JUNK 10,- annual Friday. will be'pi'esenlcd a tableau featuring "Smyrna" in her "Veil O'Mlst" dance. There will lie .singing; and dancing by the chorus music to be furnished by Lou Beverly anrt her Club Monte Carlo '.orchestra. The show will be staged here cue day only. WEST PLAINS. Mo. <UP)_Fb'r- . osl Tires, uncommon In Missouri ":'"-1 have destroyed $15,000 worth of I timber In the Ozark hills this women and sixteen district I | ther. Donlcy Thornton, prcfient. The nov. Mr. Dlldine, pastoral their iicphe^rjamcs"'Wa"cfe O.ihi^ the Ddl. Methodist church,-ialcl Jr., Infant son ot MrTaml Mr" the ring service. The bride Is the daughter 1 .-01 Mr. and Mrs. James Thoiiitoji. Wiide Qulnn. Among those from Merc who went lo Dycss last nlglil to'see Mrs. 1'V.mklin rx Roosevelt 1:30 and ship De- take .up session. Associate guest . speaker. arc: Mrs. C. n. Pupil of Monticello, Mre. w. D. Pye and MLss Margaret Hutchison of Little Rock. Miss Mildred Matthews, of Jonesboro .former resident , of Bits of News v Mostly Personal £; night. -Rwcet pens and slmsta daisies decorated tlic living, dining and sun rooms of the Green home where -the six' tables, were arranged. Tn-lhc bridge games Uwlclil"H Blackwocd:and Mrs. u. c ,n ry i,h won (ho club mvards nnd lhc'g'i'»st ^te^-ent tq J. ,v. P , SB ^M A chlekcn salad wus served willi heet-c .sniiriwlclu-5,' apricot ices nu cake. / ' . . <• • <t '. To llavn I'icnlf. , ' 'J'hc! Business Women's, cricle of , TvM"'^' PA.'lw.Plrs.l BnplJsl much win havc,ni|)lrh|c rhurs- uay night ,u ^r,,| k( ,' r lrk _ Arc Comiilcteil l''nr Country' t (;luli I'arly Plans .have; licen 'completed for the hamburger supper al ... the- counlry o'clock, attend. affair club ;whcn H is with Thursday nlglit, 'I only members, wll to be an informu ii "Help Yourself Style" "to : bc, carried, out. To Have Wiener lirasi. Members ol the; Kiincllnn Sim- day School eiass of : lhe Firsl Baptist church anil 'their husbands will have n wiener -roast Thursday night on Ihe funk's r of the Mississippi river. . . •* .*.».. Ilififc. ComiiUmcnlcd Mrs. Otto Scrape, • who was formerly Miss Niim Hnrnes. was guest of honor at a shower party given by Mis. Murvin Nunn anil Mrs. Edgar Orlhfleld Tuesday aft ' ' Mrs; Emma Rurncy, .of Mana- llclcl, Mo., who cnmc down'tori'the wedding ^of her granddaug'ntcr Miss Marian Coolcy, iind; Elslner Beall, wlll.rcmiiln for a week's .visit with Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. .Copley. Miss Kathryn Grenr lcf(.,Jlasl light for Chicago, where/ fi)ie,.is 'to study music until August i.;•.;'• S. P. sallcrflcld was la'kcii • to he. Baptist hospital in. McinpWs his morning In a Cobb ambi'ihince for an examination, lie was 'accompanied by John Miihan -. riiid will remain tliere several days. John Melt Siihnon, Lwo-ycarVoltl son of the, ,l(cv. and Mrs. -Stuart II. Salmon, wjll. be taken , : 16',nr Rosamon'd's'Clinic in .Memphis'to- morrow for an examination, j'.-lic \ias been'111 for- several .''days.'.: ; Miss Nel.] c I/ec'bprrph of Cariith- crsVlllc vlsllcd '•: lier : . sisler-ln{la\v Mrs. Belle Wood Monday \iifter noon, '': ,:.',.. ;' i^: ' Mrs. W.i J. \ViindcrUch aud.clill- (Ircn,.... Doniiii. nnd 'w'llllanrl-LA'i'- Volliner anrt Miss Rose Lon"'Cooke, J M Walls Mrs P M CrC M ,rf r 'l Mississl PP 1 County and teacher In Miss Anne Fisher, MLss' stc'll T For- l '' C nlj ' Ulc , vil ! c I )Ubli f •'* ll <"»s 1 but .... _' ".'"" o'l-'ia for- , )ow 3 missioiKiry | u Cuba and president of the Cuban W.M.U.. will speak at the night session. -Luncheon will be served in tlic Progressive club room. bus and MLss Cora ux- Graham Frank M. chllds, of Osceob IE i patient at "the Memphis Baptist lospllal. . No Prayer Meeting There'will be no prayer, meet Ing it tlie First Methodist, .church to- niglit because of Ihe death of Robert, Lee; brothcr-lii-law-of bin Rev W. V. Womack. "Girls in Cellophane" Coming Here Tomorrow Billy Wade's "Girls in Cellophane," a musical comedy and Trafflc Tags Amassed , llt .,„„„ 0 ,, TOLEDO. (UP)-Thttcen j»licc- comedy staged in men were called into" court as ' : w ll- nis tent, which •. >. ..„ „„ ull nesses agahist a. persistent - traffic the show grounds at the end of c lender who had 20;tags,'to .ex- 1 East Main street. In addition to revile, will be presented here tomorrow by J. Dong Moigan. The show is a. regular musical under a large cir- wlll be set up on VVI.I, DEIJCATKSSKN LINE Cheeses for 'all tastes Cold Meats of any kind I'rult Juice & Ginger Ale FRESH YARD EGGS DAILY I'ICKAUD'S GKO. & MEAT MAKKKT Phone CV3 —We Deliver 10H Chlckasawba ANNOUNCIvMEN',, . I liavc liikoii over Hie opumlion of tlie *ST.CHARLES A/ew C/iLean} home Tastefully furnished rooms Beautyrcst mattresses Simmons beds Comfortable chairs Restful bed lights Well lighted bathrooms These comforts are yours whether you occupy an expensive suite or a minimum priced room. And the same friendly and efficient servico goes to EVERY guest. Direction DINKIER HOTELS CO. IHGORPCRATED CABLING DINKIER ULNi ANO'GEntRAL MA1UGCR Ope/fllfri/g SERVICE STATION Al the corner of M;iin and Division Sis. I will hu (insisted by "Slick" Peterson Who is well known as an expert service station Plain to the Judge, in Cellophane" there Raymond .(11. R.) Schinuck The Ansley ATLANTA The St. Charles NEW ORLEANS The Savannah SAVANNAH ' TheTutwiler BIRMINGHAM Jefferson Davis MONTGOMERY Andrew Jackson NASHVILLE THE ST. CHARLES, NEW.ORLEANS '"'• Clolu - '"id circle Mr * rn- ~ "'"••«n-n. Ml"S, «. Affhck gave the c'evotionul durfns which Mrs. W. M III,, Mrs. W. M.. crow offi nrayer.s.- vivl'nn Vlckers g.iva i\Ii7>, Crow luiight [ce crenm anc served. Mrs. when" _ i|; J. W. Bishop conducted tlic'buM- nera session before the lesson was Elvi-n by Mrs. Murray Smart rrnycrs were said by NTrs. dorc Logan -and Mrs. linymond Sclimtick. Ice cream nnd cake were served. Circle 3 met. with Mrs. Ortlj Shepherd. The la present hc(ir<I Mrs. Russell R,, r give the devotional on Music. M~i R Blaylock presided over Ihe business session before the Bible les- Kin was given by Mrs. W. M Williams. - The 13 who attended the meeting of circle .1. nt the home of FLY- THROU6H THE A1P.WITH .THE OREATES1 OF EASE Mrs. ,loc S. Dlllahunly, heard Mr.-,. Claude Stewart give the devotional, from Ihc 23rd chapter of Isaiah Mrs. Tom W. Jackson held the business session. The Bible study, given by Mrs. Mcthodisls Program. . •'Tne Dmarantaged •.comimml- tKs 7,-as Kie subject of th° pro-am -given a';' ihe' meeting' of Ihc Woman's Missionary socielv of th- First Methodist church •Monday arl tenioon. at the church Mrs. J. w. Parker, chairman of trie program. and : Mrs. M. a. Good'™ ^ vc Papers which dealt-with ini5 home mission discussion Mrs A.;.c. Haley spoke on '"Spirltual- ily,' This, group sent -a' message of condolence to Mrs, E. D. Gillcn. a former member, because- of th- death of: Mr.; Gillcn Sunday. _ The hostesses, Mrs. Parker, : Mrs. FOR we DRINK" MIL-K FROM CRAfG'S DAIRY :AS MUCH AS WE PLEASE.'/c^g^: Cliildrcn must have nerve-nourish Ilifir slrciiiiom ac wllli [•'HKSIt, WI1OI.K CltiMC'S Mll)K. It's s FOR DISTINCTIVE HIJAUTY SKKVICE Call 105 MAKGAIIET'S IIEAUTV SHOP 'Ingram RITZ THEATRE Thursday, June llth .Models of clothe? worn in Mississippi roiml.v years ago on nil ( 0 (h c nreKcnl time will lie shown in ;i Ccnlciinial Style Ucvtic lo be staged al lh c KUz Theatre TliurH«(av night uchvccn shows. The vcvuc will he sponsored bv lhc locul chapter, of the Children of Ihe Confederacy Y w uch is having i( s slate conveulion here Ihursday, June IS. lOOLlJST SI'OT IN -.') INI Weds.^Thurs I'.iran ouiii News and I'atwy Kelly Comedy —Admission— Jtalirrc-ln s.- 25c—With le Tax K'SlH-10 «- 35c—With le Tax Friday ST BABY': Jnlum.v Downs Shirley Dcanc ICTPII a J.ovclj- Bab.i 1 Civcn to some luck) AI',SOI.HTi;t,V HIKE i< lici rif displayed ii ".<• "'I'. Theatre lobby now! 1 .vli-nis—H itoes every- Jl'KSOAY, JlWMfi >17S.OO BANK NIGHT! •lie SISO.OO. I»sl°'iilthl-Hr"l nrcseni. Sorry Mr. Robertson Low cosfs^iean greater savings -• I = . low costs mean greater pleasure IS In all your investments—iHiJcA costs/ Jn all your pleasures—ira/c/i costs! Keep them Ion- ron CCOHOMIC.I. ntu l y 011 w j|| [icen savinp;s and satisfaction hidi! TRANSMNTATIOM - * D & Owners will Icll you thai 1 lie new Chevrolet for 1936 is the most economical of all motor cars. 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