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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLR (ARK.) COUKIEH NEWS 'COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARV TICKET This Ticket Will Admit C. Joliff and companion Haute 2, ewhvtlle ~--.a roc— nirz THEATER —(o see— "CONDEMNED WOMEN" FLAPPER FANNY Social Calendar. ; TDESDAY'fS EVENTS Momtng Session o( the Forrest City DKtrlct Federation of Wont- : en's clubs meeting tit First Baptist church at 9 o'clock. Afternoon session of the Fed- cfailo'n meeting at First Baptist church at 1-.30 o'clock. Tuesday night cession of Ihe Federation meeting nt city hall at 8:00 o'clock. Fine Arts Luncheon nt Woman's club at 13:00 o'clMk. Mrs. C. B. Babeock entertaining the Tuesday Bridie club. Mrs. W. G. Hlgglnson Imvini; the i'oung Matron's Bridge club. Chnpler "N" of P. B. O. sisterhood' meeting at 7:30 o'clock with J*trs. Elton W. Kirby. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Morning sfssloiv of the Forrest City District Federation of Women's clubs meeting at Woman's club at 9:00 O'clock. . Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. w.'.H. Mlnyard. Mrs, Btiford Martin having Hie Ladles' Bible Study ot the church ol Christ. Mrs. Charles Wylic having (he Wednesday Contract club. Sudbury Parent Teacher association meetln? at sftool at 3:03 o'clock, preceded by executive board sit 2:30 pjsi. ruuiusnAys EVENTS Mrs. A. Conwny cnlerlaiuins Mid-Week Bridge elub. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. C. W. Ontrigaii having .Thursday Afternoon club. Ydioijj V.'ojnen's Missionary so- .ciety of tile First Church Nazarcne ihiieUng wltli Afri. Jack Parker at 1:30 p.m. Wcman's Foreign Missionary society of First Church, Nnwirene. incellng at church nt 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. James Hid ciitcl'taliiing Double Deck Bridge club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Literary department of Woman's Flub meeting ! 3:30 o'clock at club hotise. Elmwoocl Cemetery associiitlon. meeting willi'Mvs. Nclll Reed ;»tj 2:30 o'clock. . , ' • , :•••.• eiATURDAVS JtX'ENTS Children ot Confederacy meet- Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. W. Brinklcy as the guests of Mrs. Watson's sister. Mrs. Allen Huddle- ilou, family. "Well, I bet'gcd you lo get a closed car, but no—you thought a roiulster looked sportier." Vox. of Hot Springs, and > used on (lie tables in the Blue , Miss Patsy Huynes, of .Jonesbovo, who were dressed in pastel chit- srooin iviis ntli'iuied by Tilford Leslie Brown, ot Hot Springs, and Carl Crow, of Fort Smith. Sirs. Osboi-nc attended Greenbrier College. Lewisburg, W, Vn. where she was ;\ member of the Zetii Mu Epsilon sorority. Mr. Osfcome is the son of tile late Mr. and Mrs. Garland Os- tornc. He la connected with the medical department of the Army f.nd Nnvy General lioxpHnl. Following Hit 1 ceremony, a buflci supper wns served. After ;i short wedding trip, Sir. and Mrs. Osborue will be lemporar- ily at. home at 153 Magnolia Lane, Hot Springs. IVill He ntlciidrd ing with o'clock. BUth ' Paddisou, 2:00 John White Wed Little Rock Girl Mls-.s Mere'dllli Davis, d;Uis!h:er of Mr. and Mrs. Wlls Uavls, ot Memphis, wlio formerly lived Mere, and Robert. F. Carpenter, son ol Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Carpenter, have selected members of the bridal party for their wedding which- will be .solemnized April 20 at 8130 p. ,ni. at the St. John's Methodist Announcement Iins been made I church with Dr. W. B, Selah )icr- of the marriage of Miss Mignon j forming (lie ceremony. Room of the Hotel Noble where the three course lunch wtis served. IriEes . were added, lo llic bouquets of sulrcn nnd snowball wlilsli nccoratcd the Rose room where an Informal social meeting followed the lunch. The nffnlr was presided over by Mrs. U. W. Butler, of Luxora. Mrs. II. L. Whitlow and Miss Boolli, Who ore connected with llic college which Is in Fulton. Mo., made talks at the attfllr nnd Miss Marion Tompklns. a guesl', plnyed a piano solo. The college Wiindcilich, ot Mo., arrived yesterday or « visit with her son, W. J Vimdei-hcli, and fnmlly, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris and children, Jenn and Harvey •ynii, spent (lie week end with Wr. Morris' parents In Hcbcr Springs. They were accoinpnnlec Jy Miss Thelinii Morris, a nurse li -he United Slates Niivy, who )in been visiting her toother, Mr. Morris, u few weeks. Mrs, J. A. Leech, who Is ill ii. he Hapllst hospital, In Memphis s Improving rapidly. She Is ex peeled (o return 1 " home tomorrow. ' Mrs. Mildred OHllmni Is spend-1 liii? llic weekend in Memphis with relatives nml friends. Ouy nnitlon, who Is 111 from a throiil iiifccllcii. is much bolter (<i:lay. Mls.s Vcra Circcnwoo:! and brother, Jack, liuve relumed lo l.lielr licine in Mississippi filler a short visit wllh Mr. nnd Mrs. Oily Brnl- .on and other relatives. Mv. and Mrs. pole LciUi. of Memphis, were (lie \vcekeiul guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Jclm F. Lentl. Mr. and Mrs. I'arnsworth Black and Mr. and Mrs. Al 'I'liomasson spent lhc weekend In Hoi Springs where tlicy allcnded lhc races. Mr. and Mrs. o. W. McOul?hcn returned Saturday from Hat Springs where they spent several weeks taking the baths and attend ing the races. Don Edwards has returned from lhc Vet emu's hospiliU in Memphis where he had bean taking tienl- mcnts. He is now much improved. Mr. an:l Mrs, Harry Alklm were In Memphis yesterday fcr the wedding ol' Mr. Alkins' cousin. Miss Ann AJddre, lo Richard Dorsc-y which was solemnized at the Grace Episcopal Church. Mrs, John Thcinpson nnd son. J. A., ol Wnldrnburj!, Ark.. Mr, Mrs. J.M. Williams and children, Mack and Dick, and Mrs. Doyle Ifcnderscn and son. Charles, wore in Memphis .Saturday. Mis, Ham Clodwin, Mrs. Roland I'ollcr, Mrs, James Puckctl and Mrs. Otis Shepherd, teachers In the Ciosnell school, attended the Norlhsast Arkansas district teachers meeting nt, Jonesboro Saturday.' 'Uiey were accompanied by Miss Wyiietle Shepherd. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Joyner, of Union City, 'femi., were the guests ol Mrs. Joyner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. WhlU'orth, Sunday. Uoaii Barnes, of Memphis, spent yesterday here. J10NDAV, Al'JUL-.J, |'J3S and Mr. Oeui-gc will again make uicir home. Mr. and Mrs. George have been <v;<li relatives in l.ux-- ora since Chris! mas, having sold r«> Interests in Copper- I*. Flcmminij, Mrs. J. Ivan MitTIm, Mrs. S. J. Sliijth, and Mrs. rj. IJ. \Voou arc leaving Tuesday morning for Little Rock lo attend ' heir busi Hill. Mrs. L. placet! around llic laWe. Tlie same color scheme was repeated In the salad plate ol stiifl'cU pepper salad, colored bread sand- Individual iced cakes, anil , niiirshmnllow pudding topped with a miniature Easter chicken. The prizes were lied in tile pastel shades of ribfcon and a pair of breakfast room plucquc.s went, lo l'i(! lln-po-ctay session Mrs. S. J. Smith (or high score ol the "Gol'.'cn Jubilee Meeting" j prize, lio.se to Miss Iva Cralbree ot Arkansas Woman's Missinnaty. for second high, a breakfast pllch- °" lons - or in blue was given for third Luxora Society — Personal Dr. and Mrs. T. F. Hudson and (•nimlduughlcr, Wade McHenry. «crc Memphis visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs, H. T. Ballew spent Eundiiy ill Afcnt|>lis willi llicir liUi|!hl(T. Gcorglfina. Mrs. John Thwcall, Mrs. Tain Cullls. and Mrs. Rene! W. Uuller the William Wooil'K Alumnae luncheon rU Hotel Noble in Blvlhevillp Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Smith have had a.s I heir 1,'iicsls Saturday null Sunday Mrs. P. 'I'. Uulliph and ("auehtor, Betty Mnrgnrcl, ot Charleston, -Mo. Mrs. E. R. liogan returned home Saturday niter K two week* visit among the Eastern Star chapters in (lie llflh and sixth district 1 .! witli RiissellvU'.i! and Morrilton as| the centralized points. | Mrs. Ciecrgo yirWcy left totliiyj lor Copporhill. Tenn., where she] Eotby Ualle-.v llm-k, of Mlcl).. nephew of R T. U.illr.v, lias been selected as feature soloist on the General Motors radio broadcast Roster .Sunday over NBC. Hobby is eleven years old and Ills mother will be remembered by Luxora friends as Annie Bitllcw. who lias i;iade her licinc In Flint for the past hvenly-five yciiv.v Miss Huolli and Mrs. II. lx?c Wlijtlou', of Fiillon. Mo., were speaker* at (lie Aiumnac iuuch- con of Wlllliun Woods college nt Dlythcvillc tjalura'ay. accompanied Mr:;. H. W. Duller home lor a short visit before Boing (c Osccola lo l:c over-ni;;ht jucsU ol Miss Mm-joric Uoyle. \rtio war. alto having open house for fonwi and prcspcctivc .students iluii evening. The lower floor ul llic home carried Horn! decorations of basket and vaift. of purple iris, for- sylliin, nnd spircn with (he dining table carrying a center .piece ol paste] .shaded tulips with Hie fume sliudf.s repealed in (lie .-several lurgc and .small plush mbbits high to Mis. C. B. Wood, low score, linen guest towels, Mrs. Charlie Billiugsley, mul a. porcelain flower sprinkler for cut prize. weal lo .Mrs. Hires. >liis where he attended to business last week. Jack Roberts plans to leave in a few days for I'onttec, Mich. The man-luge or'Miss Mildred Montague and W. D. Koonce was solemnized at Osceola. last week. 'I hey will make their home with. Mr. Koonce's brother, Erjiest Kooncc, and [amity. Read Courier Sews Want Ads. Caliunel News C. I 1 '. Hall, who Iw.s been confined to lib'bed because of an injured foot, is now able to be up, W. I", liuey returned from Mem- DON'T SLEEP WHEN GAS PRESSES HEART If you can't eat or .sleep because giis bloats you up try Adterlka. One dose usually relieves stomach gns pressing on hearl. Adlerlka deans out BOTH upper and lower bowels Kirby Uros. Drue Co. Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Admission Matinee lOc & 2Co Admission NU'ht lOc & 3Gc Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Kl> 15. COOK Aflonicy-;il-!,nw Announces Removal <j'. Hi.-, Office From Hale Bldg. (o Ingrain Bldg.. IDS S. Kir?l si. Meats and Groceries At A Savings Shop and Save Here We pay Highest I'riccs on 1'ouliry at nil Times. 118 W. Main St. Phon Last Times Today &' Vhi )i)i;i Unu'c in Years' ire 'SOUKS were ulnvc-11 nml Ml ' s - R:l V> nc »rt Rratlshnr, Mrs. n lo' Au"i'0 0 Fl ' cl1 D"«'sl>er and daujnter. Miss H IjU.i /MUUI..U11, Ul • , j c..,^,..., T, ..„,»_! Mrs. Anna Rlpley, MLss. Miss Dorothy Goodrich \vas in charge of menu. . . . </,s wall as (i Value Parade Starts al Jean, nnd Evelyn Bradsher. Knight," daughter ol Mrs. James Murphy Andrew, of Little Rock, to Johh Blnford 'White, son of Mr. and Kirs. Godfrey White, of Oscs- ola. The •\veddin» was solemnized March 19 In Little Reck. Mrs. Whiie .-i a graduate of the Little Rock. High school and attended the University of Tennessee, Kfioxville, where she \vas pledged to the Chi Amcga sorority. ,Mr, WBS ;raduaied from Darlington, school, Rome. Oa. He later attended the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, where' he was affiliated with the Kappa Siania fraternity. Alter a. wedding trip lo New Orleans, La., Mr. and Mrs. White will be at home In Osceola ivlicre Mr. White is to be lu the farminj business vith hs fathej-. * * # CotUion Club Has Dance Among ttie bride-elect's attendants will be her four sisters. They are Miss Catherine Davis, maid of hcnor, Mrs. John K. Lawo, Mrs. William W. Taylor and Miss Mildred Jane Davis. Miss Elizabeth Norton, of Nashville, will sla 1 "l- tcnd Miss Davis. Mr. Ctirirenler will be attended t.v his brother. Billy Carpenter, ns best man. McGhee Moore, .lohu K. Lawo. Erin Howry. Horace Harwell. Thomas Fallen nnd rat Davis, brother of Die bridc-elcU. Miss Davis wivi Graduated trom Southwestern where she received many campus honors, among them election lo Ihe college's Hall ol Fame. Sbr is affiliated with thn Kappa Delta Kororlty. Mr. Carpenter also Southwestern and is a member o! j | the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fralern- jtl}'. lie Is a partner in the lirm of At the Hospitals filoisc Slutts. 13, of Manila, was admitted to thr Blylhcvlllc hos- pilnl lasl iiljhl for nti appendicitis operation. Miss Jimnila Smith, llarfield road; was tnkcn lo the Blylhcvlllc hospital laic fititui-dny hi a Cebb ambulance. Mrs. Fred Cakhvell. Division street, was laken to the Ulytlicvlllc hcspilal yesterday in a Cobb mn- bulancc. Mrs. O. W. Patterson was removed lo Ihe lilythevllle hospital Satuvduy l» a Holt ninlnilnnce. James Edwards, who recently' underwent an operation for appendicitis, was removed lo his homo, Saturday In a Holt ambulance. Marvin Towscnd was removed from (he Blythevllle hospital to his home yesterday in a Cobb ambulance. Mrs. o. W. McClmc and baby \v,erc removed yesterday from Ihe Blythevllle hospital lo Uicir home In a Cobb funbiiluu-je. 'Mrs. 3. R. Webb, who was cm abcut the face nnd head Thursday In a traffic accident, was dismissed from the Blylhcvlllc hospital yesterday. Mrs. A. Stephens, of Slcelc. \v;is admitted tc the St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis, yesterday. Frank Orlan. of Braggado- Approximately 75 people attend-1 H ' anvrt , & carpenter. ed the dance given at the American Legion Hut Saturday nlgiit when Rudy Hebe and his orchestra from Cape Girardcan pla-yc:!. The dance, which trajan ;xl. 10:00 o'clo:k and continued until ?.:«! j brokers. Have Afternoon Parties In "A'iiiilslilnB Tea" Scries Two affairs wsrc given during the pnst week perpetuating the o'ciock, is the foutth rian-D ->ivm , hc *f V-. ""^""""B ' f by this group ot -10 vc«,u-> iiwrrh-l L ™ a *MW tra series sponsored by couples which oWiEM "ll.ls cl ifc tllc (J "|"^- Bc '™'- P'«cnl-Teachcr in ih/> roll P-t-soclallon vvMcli nnsmntccl ccv- in the fall. Amonj lhc out, of town juest:; were: Miss June Pllliod, of Plnin- fleld. N. J.. liouccjucsl- c! Mlsr. Fatty Shane. MLss Gractlc Moore of Coruthersville, Hubert flaa?n, Jee Hasga, C. W. Ueiite and 8. 1. ngmi cral weeks iigo when Mrs. Hyron Morse cnlerlalncd members of Ihe executive board al her homo. The first nffulr wns in (lie lorm of n rcwincr party Thursday ill which Mrs. <'. M. JonU nnd Mrs. C. Perkins of Memphis. Bill Dickson 1 Sl Et= v <»* «'«« Hostesses lo 13 of Ooceola. Roy Harper and Ken I '"'-'"s al lhc Jm <* home wl;icli rJllliard, of Canithcrsvlllo wss decorated "i libcs. fpirca, and • • • 1 irises in cnrryinfi out the white Kcnncih Osbumc Weds color cchcme. A fruit inltid, Hot Spring Otrl Anrjouncemcnt hss been inatls ol the marriage ot Miss Betty Linn Hiefcok, youngest daughter of Mrs. Chauncy Bluert liickok, of -Hot Bpringn. and file late Rev. Mr. Uickp!:. to John KeimetU Oatorne. formerly of line but now of Hot The .-ceremony was rcwl by the liey. Martun A, Uoggr., pastor of Oic Hrr-t IVe-bytciiJiii churcli In Hot .SpriiHB, who was formerly Pastor of the >irs.t church l:rrr. Thursday ul G:C(i p. m. at- the home of the bridi! when- an ;dlar tif If'ttis rtnd White- fUinclnrds.' with tiolders. filled with brldnl silld -dogwood blossoms had l:eeu lmprpvLscd..Nuplliil music was l-cndered uy W. C. Brown mid Mrs. Charles B. Cflldwcll. Tlic " bride, who WB.S given in marriage by' .her. \mcle, Gordon Frler:on. of Lille Rock, was a gown of while marquisette, tier bouquet was of white curnatkms and lilies of the valley and was .tied with soft loops of white ^ satin" ribbon. She »os attended by Miss Mary cio. is a patient at the Memphis Melliodlsl hospitnl. Jinimlc Roy Bites, of lluffnuui, has been admitted lo the Memphis Methodist hospital. Mrs. Furl Back, of Paiccl.i, Is a pallcnl at Ihe Memphis Mclho- dist liospital. Mre. Bernnr.-l Bradley, of \.iKmi. has been adinltled lo (lie Memphi" Baptist hospitnl. p.ircnts. Mr. and Mrs. 'lotn Brad- slier. Miss Jean Bradshcr, who is n student at Heudrix College at] Comvay. Ark., is spending hev | sprinj; vacation here wjlli Mr. and Mrs. B.riHlsher. Mrs. 'L. L. Rodgcrs, Miss Lcnerc Nornwji, Jjlss Phoebe Eno:li!i. Miir- tha Ann Ward nn;| David Ward, jr., of Horseshoe Lake and Mrs. D. L. CfwaKucy. of Osccolu. were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Skinner. Mrs. Ncy Hiinl. who haij been ((iiite ill. Is now able to be cut. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bryant spent the weekend In'- Jonesboro as lhc guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Dan Biiy- Icss. Mrs. Fred Wavren and daughter. Miss Marjoric. spent Saturday In Memphis. " i Mr. and Mrs. A. Comvay velurned last night rrom Hot Springs where they had been for lhc past (cu days. They were accompanied home by Mrs. F. D. Underwood, who had been visiting in Little Ro:k. -Mrs. C. P. Afilick and Mrs. Huu- Icr C. Sims arc spending lo^ay In Memphis. Mrs. R. J. Watson and children. Ann and Dola, spent last'weekend GRAND DADS Peaberry Always Fresh Buy n Package Today CHOOSE A. WOOLEN COSTUME StllT OR COAT • at. wici)C3 and iced h-a «prc served later in ths altcrnoon. A plnl:, ercen and gold color scheme was used Fridey afternoon when Mr,. O. G. lliibbnnl. Mrs. Zal IS. Harrison, and Mrs. W. 1. Osbomc entertained 24 guests with a tea at the home of Mis. llubbard. A crystal bowl of lilacs ol the volley and tulips Illuminate;! by grcr.ii tapers lu matching crystal! hokisrs formed Dip ccnteipici-e ofj the luce draped lea laUr at which Mr. 1 ;. Albeit Taylor and Mrs. W. A. Long presided. Sandwiches and mints and otlu-r Intolr decorations were in the pink and green colors. Tulips, narcissuses, oiul trees were uvrangcd throughout llu l:ou;r. AnroiiB llic Eucsts was Mrs. Arthur Webb, of Osceola. • »• » William Woods' Alnmnac Have Annual Luncheon line A color scheme o: green and white was carried out in the second annual William Woods lunch-j eon Saturday which was attended! by 17 alumnae' of'the 1 school andj guests. Spirca and snowballs were I BEAUTY HINT 20% Discount FKOM THK ORIGINAL I'UICK! Your (10.A.T is iinporlajit Easter This Ka.stor yunr coitt is mure limn .kits veiiiencp . . . it's a fashion. The coats tliem- .sclvi-s are ro.spoiisiWc . . . they have an easy- litling, carefree look thai brings them right to the front of Die fashion picture . . . with such sniurt ilelails af> nared sleeves, tuclw ami self- cmbussing. Your SUIT is also iitij)oi'Unit Mul. liKdrr-driliilui; siiils you'll I'liUon-iij] suits, capi- sitils. niould- txl m:m t?iilorcds. ful'rod costume rejoice in! Fitted cardigan fuicl Milts . . . :;iiils with crisp, youns !>n : :-\ Khi-lUinds. worsteds Iwccd--;. AM t-cloi.s ;iiul .-.ixc.s. iW'CH OF TIIK SiMAUTN'lCSS OF VOl'K KAS- TKU COSTUiMK DUI'KiNUS ON YOL'U ACCESSORIES Jlorr ini|irti-t:tnl Hum CUT . . the spk'c anil color tluit arc sti necessary to Hove arc a lew .suggestions. Youlh is the essence ol beauty. Slyle and spotless deanlincs are imperative accessories Modern dry cleaning adds Iresh cleanliness and slylc lo der frocks Our prices appeal to those who realize lhat luxury and economy may go hand in hand. May we serve you? "TUONK 1KO .smart otisembk- IIOSIEHY Vanity Fair BAGS all colors GLOVES l).v Hiuisou 79c io $1.35 1.00 lo 3,95 1.00 to 3.95 HATS; for EASTER •gc Ruii^h Straw Snilors in Ukirk, Niivy. Toast and Nalunil ('ulur! AKractivx; Honntit.s and \nirgc Cloches in iallihtititls, Kotigli Straws. §1,00 to $6,50 AU'n I'ariummiil News. Donald Duck C'ailocn s <ir:iii(tan(t Kivc Aflmissicii .llalinec IDiv.t 20'c Acimisrion Night I tit & Me The secieis of a woman's || penitentiary revealedfn SALLY E1LERS \{ LOUIS HAYWARD I J ANNE SHIRLEY ¥ WJ-EE™ .-€S=€S^ 1 PXO-IAOIO ncul't 1 • DlfccfeJbrLsur Lar,d*rt. P.-Qdiiced fay fisbeit Silt. Star/ orif/icrceir plat &/ ifeflc//fou!?r. Also Sclevtcil , Shorts Admission Matiucc lOc A- 2Cc Admission Night We S 36c OXY Admission always lOc & 26c. Matinees Saturday & Sunday Only Monday - Tuesday

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