The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 3, 1934
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r ACT TWO cbutbsK NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1934 Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS . Delphian -meeting at Hotel No- fcie, M:3Q am. Sudbiiry P- board meeting lowed by program meeting al ;i:M T - A. executive 2:30 P. M., fol- Bible study o! Church of Christ meeting with Mrs. E. H. Alley. . Mrs. Bob Vi'ito liavins Wednesday Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Bingo party at social hall M Church of the Immaculate Conception, 8 P. M. Mrs. W. L. Homer hostess to Mid-Week Bridge club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Elnwocd Cemetery association 'meeting with Mrs. W. A. SUckmon. Ladies Bible class, First, Method 1st clinrch, meeting with Mrs. WyaU Henicy, 1:30 p. in. Bttdnti^ Women's Club Elects Officers Mrs. J. O. Barnes. chnrU'i inejribcr of the Tine-lues.'; and Pro- Glorlu Mac Yaibiongli. Alice Hester, I.oiilsi- Reeves. li;iclu'l Gainc.s and a piano dui'L ty Willie Mae and 1,. T. Moore. Two uolln selections wi-vo given by Mary Van Worslt-y. A talk "Hardships Tlmt trad To Success" was given by Willie Ma? Mcorc. Sylvia lielclman a sketch of the life .mil woiks ol "Schumann". Otilta J'licluml M''vt biography sketch of "Chopin" orothy Jean Foster rendered a ocnl select ion. After the study ourse the members were servci indwichcs, cake and Ic™ tea. The ub enrolled the following :is no* icmbers; Eloise Barnes, Mavis Vhlslle, Dorothy Jean roster Icda Mae Thomas, Onlta I'rich rcl, Mildred Whislle and Char ynnc Freeman. . impbon-IIntlrdl Announcement, has lx?en mad f Hie engagement of Miss l.llliai Graham Simpson, ol 1-lora, Miss 5 Mr. William Uitu HoUiell. o nekton, Miss., and formerly fessional Women's club, here ten years ago, was elected president of the group in :i dinner meeting last evening at the home of Mrs. O. M. Morgan. re tiring president, other officci named were: Miss Era WriRh first vice president; Miss Mnmy Louise Edwards, Ecconil vice pri'.s idem; Mrs. Garland Morgan, re cording secretary; Miss Thelm Wells, correspondini; sccreurj Mrs. 3. L. Ncwsoin, ticiunirci Miss Laura Basset!, parllainenlnr ian. Reports of officers and comnii tec chairmen for the past year showed thai the t\v!a l»s cmulia- in the Blytlit'Ville. The wedding will I* fllemnized April 25. Miss Simpson was giadualc rom Gulf college atid (h Jnivcriity of Texas nnd is a mem bcr of the Pi Beta Phi .sorority. Mr. Boltrell. who Is the .son i Mr. and Mis. A. B. liotlri'll wl: Ivcd here before moving tn Ron nervine, Tcnti.. several years ag was graduated from Vamlerb university. Hi 1 Is In the insuranc Imslr.tss at Jackson. r • Crlebralrs Bhtlnlay Mary Ellen Crawford had a pa (y Saturday afternoon In celebration of her sixth birthday. Included mes and Hie hospital this week. | rgll Hopkins and IVtc Trail-i am rcnorictl UMIIng sick homes. Miss Nellie Weaver read some We Scripture which fHtcrt in th the Easter celebration of the surrtctlon of Christ. This smice Ib at 0:30 and all ning penpie ore invited. Iris' Auxiliary »s A Mcrllne. The Girls 1 Auxiliary of ilic I'irst apllst church met Mondoy nfter- oon, nt Hie church, with 11 mem- L'rs, the councillor. Mrs. J. riend, and two guests. Mrs 'heodore la-^n and Mrs. E. J jraham, present. There «cs nn Easter egg hunt nd other games were played. Osceola Society — Personal Wear Your Hair This Way Till You Get Your New Permanent Bits of Nttts Mostly Personal sizcd a versatile program past year including si;c;h activities as an art program, paid tuition of a girl in high school, visited local industrial plants, had social meetings, entertained girl nindii- alcs ol the senior and senior high schools, had the state president, Mrs. Ella S. tjiilgg o! El Dorado, visit the club, sponsored the entrance of Paul Ncvins in (he slate poster contest in which he was winner and in the national contest In which he wns accorded honorable mention and one of the members. Mrs. E. F. Belt, attended the national convention in Chicago. In discussing the club membership It was announced there arc nov 24 members ynd that one of 'these, Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, is the only member in the state aside from Mrs. Qulyg who is a member. of the International Federation. Plans were made for the slnie convention which meets in Puni- gould April 21 and 22. Miss Mnrlc Harnish, district chairman, and Mmes. II. . L. Reynolds; J. G. Barnes and O. M. Morgan, will attend, the latter three having been named delegates, will attend. Besides the clnb members, Mines. Howard Proctor, Hairy Taylor, Ed Stanley, Ira Gray, Emma Epperson and Samuel F. Morris and Miss Alice Whitsllt attended the dinner meeting. A three course menu was served nt, tallies deer orated with- spring blossoms and gold place cards of the organization's emblem. * + • Auxiliary Has Business Meeting The Woman's auxiliary of ttie First. Presbyterian church had (he first business meeting of Ihe new church year Monday afternoon at the church with 19 of the 20 new officers attending. The budget was accepted and other business transacted including plans for cooperating in the series of meetings to be ncld hen- beginning April 12 when the Rev. super - the I'.! yiiesls was F.laine Uran of Monroe, La., with her cniisin, l.conincl W. Hull jr. The children hud yn Easter egg hunt and fiuicy WKS were given favors. Ice crcnin wns served ivilh the birthday cake. Have Si|ip?r :uul .1 llridgc Party Wits Virrjlnin Bourlaml was liost- esa to six couples Friday evening who had n ^pagheUI supper nnd bridge eaaie. ul her home. . In the cnrd game's Miss Marie Lcggetl nnd Quliicy Oliver Alex- nndcr won prlws. Ynunir Men Siwnsur l).»iec at Woman's Club A ninnbcr of young men. who plan to ::]H>nsor a series of danue;i Mrs. Virginia Keck, who has been critically III for several days, .s sllRlilly better today. Miss Jeanne Fisher, who underwent iin operation for appendicitis a week ago at Hie Blylhevllle hos- pllnl, wns removed to the home oi her parcnf.s, Mr. and Mrs, E. A Fisher, yesterday. Mteses Annie Umric Evans., and Jessie Lee England, who atteni Miss Wylto's Business college a Memphis, have returned lo schoo Fler spending Ihe Holiday alhomc Bernard McAi'cc. ol Memphis pcnl Sunday us the 11111*1 of Mis. i ina Laura Humes. Air. and Mrs. V. C. Miller nnd hulr niece, Miss Doris McGhec vent to Memphis Monday wher Miss McGhec enrolled Hi Miss Wylie'6 Hiislnoss college. Mr. und Mrs. J. M. Fowler s Sunday in Scnatobla. Miss. Mrs. Victor E. Tedc and children will ieiivu within a fe 1 [lays for Raton, New Mexico, where Mrs. .E. L. Cole.. Mrs. ,R. }l. Jones, Mrs. II. II. Broolfs, Mrs.. K. U, Stevens.and Mrs Geo. Dtcvc were named delegates -from the WcHhans Missionary Union of .the First Baptist Churcli at. yesterday's . meeting to attend the annual meeting nf tire state missionary union which will be held at Immanuel Baptist 'church, Little Rock on Tuesday, .Wednesday and Thursday of. next week. • Twenty members met, Sh the regular business session at the home of Mrs. C. C. Bowcn yesterday.iif- ternooh. Mrs. E. L. Cole, chalr- an, presided. Mrs. J. W. CnrtwrlEht sr was amcd chairman of Circle No. 1 nd Mrs. James Driver, chairman f Circle No. 2 of the Presbyterian .adies Auxiliary at a meetins londay afternoon at the home of irs, C. S. Driver. Mrs. R. C, Bryn wns named historian, an office icwly established. Fifteen mem- two few among the young set for Ilie Wo- mntrs club.'had tlw t'usi ol these List evening lit, the. club. The 50 present itnnced to music by Jolm Slroud and his eight orchestra of Kennetl. Mo. Inehid- crl in the Ruesis were a number from Cariitlicrsville and Liixoni. Spring blossoms were used lo decorate the ball room nnd sun room which were (brown together. * » • W. M. S. lias A lliisiness Meeting There ere 33 members of the woman's missionary society of the First Methodist, church who attended the business niceling ot Ihe church yesterday afternoon Mrs. \v. Ij .Horner gave Ilie devotional atitl Mrs. llilcy B. Jones gave the missionary bulletin. • ¥ * Entertains <:inl>. Mrs. Elton W. Kirby was. hos- l?J.s to members ol the Wednesday Bridge club and Mrs. Earl Koontz of Fulton. Mo., housegncst of her mother. Mrs. E. M. Bryan, and Mrs. W. U. Tanner of Helena, with her Mslcr. Mrs. James H. Bell, on Saturday for lunch ami a bridgL 1 game. Hotrs and other spring flower. 1 ; were used as decorations in c.irry- iii:; out tb? spring time motif. they «'lll Join Mr. Tctlc who has been there since February 15. Tnr- 1 ner Williams, brother of Mis. Tedc, will Join them nexl week. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Blaiikenship lave relurm'd from Moneltc, Ark., ivhprc they attended the funeral of Mr. Blankenshlp's mother, Mrs. Iva Bliinkenshlp. Mrs. J .E. WhltworlH Is .ill at hdr. home on West Wjilnul .street. . Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Crc'cnwel'l have ns their guests Mrs. Cirecn- well's mother, .Mrs. .Annl; Toone, of SI. Louis, and her sister. Mrs. Ada Robinson, of Holland, Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Greenwell iiml children motored to Cape Girardeaii, Saturday for the. week-end where I hey 'met Mrs. Toohc. Mr. and Mrs. Beale Mafsey had icis attended the meeting. Mrs. ft. M. Rheubush led the afternoon'.'! lesson from the study c.xt, "Christianity and Industry In America,'.' nl the regular .monthly study meeting of the Methodist Women Missionary Society Monday afternoon. The meeting was held . in. the. church parlors with lilieen members fn attendance. Mrs. ft. c. Rose entertained 12 friends, at bridge at.her .country home west of Osccola. Saturday The *E'i:' included Mrs. Paul Ba'lrd of Dycrsburg, Tc'nii., who visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John 11. MJllcr, in Osceola list. week. ,nnd Mrs. Geo.. Adams ol Little Rock, who spent the week with her mother, Mrs. John White. High score prize was won by Mrs. O. E. Masseiigiil, Mrs. Rum Manilu t Society — Personal I Mrs. Uranlly and her fiUiter. Miss 'Earline accompanied her |! Mi*, and Mrs. Harry Worslcy .made a business tv\p lo Memphis .jthls week. The ladies served chicken dinner- Thursday in honor of the carpenters and the men li) this commun- Mis. A T Pierce and Miss Mar- u > wl!o llilvc M generously ' Iha Matthews attended Hie Social I "I their time on the new kitchen. Service Workers nu-etini; in B!y-j u > s "opert that the fnrnisliin;s llicvtlln Thursday evening. ai ' f completed and ready to use Ray IlibDs was injured Thursday • ">' Monday. Heretofore Ihe canning at Bin Lake when he was struck i lms been "one at Mrs. Howard by a sledge hammer. He suffered ' I5owcn ' s - Tinny-two No. 3 cans ot no..serious injury. .l' 0 "' ™'° Banned one afternoon Benny Fcnnlr-r and Wcodrow !"' oltl 2 o'clock l>. M. until 0 o'clock Hnilim .who attend Hie University "• '"• of Arkansas, :n-c at home for Ilic i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Frecmnn have [Easter holidays. '.moved to their new home. Mis. B. W. Cowan, who was run down by a car late Saturday after- Leo Crockett of Blythc- vlllu spent the week-end with her noon. Is iei>orlcd doing very well. <ino'.iic-r and little son, David who She hns liccn m the Blythcville ;is making his liomc with his hospital since tliu accident. 'grandmother. The Woman's Missionary Society, X , 1S Waltol . Wagnon inQVL , ( , (0 of the Methodist church sponsor- Holclw whcrc Mr wagnbn is em- ed a silver tea Friday nfiernoon „.„.„, w- _ [hc ch | cngo Mm am , at the new home of Dr. nnrt Mrs. j t U| ' n i ;rr company' Dillie U'C Freeman and Lesicr V. R. Fox. There were al>mil 50 who enjoyed the afternoon and the following prosram: .style show, by Die leading merchants; reading, I Almetit Uerry; dialogue,-Kirs. (iall Berry anil Mrs. Cowan; reading, Anita Cowan. Out of town giie-sis were Husband of Blythcville and Bob Nea! of Dell. C'lay Jackson were absent from school this week on account of an attack of chicken pox. ^ Willie Lee ancl Robbie McDaniel are leaving for Folks. Tennessee this week where they Mf- s - icxjKct to make their home. Mrs. | Misses Frances Bnrchcll, Jewell I Neva nnil May LinebarBer and The County Icngne Union met Kallierine Jane Uowen attended, in Manila Sunday afternoon with the party at the home of Clyde about J50 present. Several of Hie jBeishirc on Gilchrist' place last fhurchcs ol the Jone.sboro dislrici 'Ihursday night, were represented. Luke Street! Mrs. Howard Bowen and chil- 'dren .spent Saturday and Sunday with her brother L. P. Nicholson nnd family at Whittcn. Miss Lucy Belle Jackson and church le.igue of Hlythcville pre seiucd. the program. Mr. and Mrs. Kip Moore spent Sunday in Monetic as the f Mrs. Moored part'iu.s. Mrs. Kcmlall Berry atul Mrs. \Iyrtle Pearson vislW at Ihe Bly- hevillu hospital Sunday after- 10011. charming coifTure worn by Elizabeth Vouiifr would iiatter an) girl who liar hair lint is straight on top ami curly at the er;ls Mrs. Roy Freeman did their Easter shopping in Blythcville' Wednesday. as their guests for the wcek-'cnr Mrs. Massey's mother. Mrs. C. C Pastes, and son, William, nf Corn inc. Ark. Mrs. Elton W. Klrby and Mrs John L. Finley. Jr.. have gone to Carlysle won second high ana Mrs. Milton Pope was awarded the tiaveling prize. A miscellaneous shower was given at the home o( Mrs. Efrle lobblus for her sister. Mrs. John 'eques, of Memphis, . who . ^ns ormerly Miss Maragrel Young?; o Osccola. Iri the bunco games Miss Mildred \VrIght jvpn high score ind Mrs. Guy Robblns, low score kfuEtiolla blossoms were used will Suster decorations and In the re Ircshmenls tlie same motif wa carried 'out wllh miniature Easle rabbits as favors. Min'ton-Craig Afinonnccmcnl, has been made.o the .marriage .of Miss Marie Craig daughter of Mrs. A. C. Gable, o this city, lo Mr. Monte Minion Lexington, Ky., : t.iy as guests for of several days Mrs. Klrby's of Detroit. The wedding wns so cmnired March 27 at the : ' Methodist church of Detroit. brother who will meet them there. Mr. .and Mrs. A. Conway have gone (o Memphis today lo meet Mr. Conwny's mother, of Marshall, Mo., who California is 'coming here where she has from been Moore Scott. D. D , synod's intendent of evangelism and home missions, of Little Hock, will be m charge. He will be assisted by Mrs. Scott and his secretary. Miss Lyda I Bess Attins. Mrs. Roy Walton, recording secretary ol Ihe Arkansas Presbytcr- iai, Mrs. Leslie Hopper, president. • of the local auxiliary, Mrs. c. M. Gray, vice president, and Mrs. W. A. Dobyns. will go to Batciville Wednesday for Presbylerial. • » » Has "Tacfcy" Parly. Mrs. Wcodtow iiihcr cntcrtain- ed 12 guests v. ith a tacky party last evening at her home on Walnut street. In the. contest for the tackiest MJjys Bobbie. Jeanne Blaylori- and P'snnylyn Bm:ndmc received the award and Mr.-,. Wcotlrow Fisher was declared the cmco' dressed. .For other entertainment then were games and fortune telling in charge ot Miss Frcida Sccoy um Francella Fisher gave a ta dance. Karo pecan pic. topped »lti whipped ccsam. and collee wev served to these guests: Flip Jen kins and Lystrn Brackln as 'Oco rge Burns and Gracey Allen Bobtlc Jeanne Blayloch as "/ Pitts", Margaret Moore as "Ann Dvorak", Frcida Sccoy -as "Helm Vinson", Fannylyn Brisendine as "Marie Drc-^Ier", Katie Mne Kiniin a.5 "Margaret Sullivan", Mrs. A, C. In th? caid Raines ene? Vollmcr won After n honeymoon spent Mrs. Clar- prize, hosiery, and [lie out of town gneslo wen 1 presented comincls. Htllnny I'. '!'. ,\. n i;iicl Offii-rrs. Th'.- Sudbm-y Paieiil-TjarlU'r a; crialiun will elect oniccis for (he 'Thool in a Hireling Vuinr.vlay allcinoon. S o'clock, -i' i^ . r .clioal. This program will nlw be iTiitl- •rvd: talks "Influence of IMrcnl;', Jti the lieadin; of Children" Mrs Heetl: "Scenting Interest in nl Subjects 'Ilironch Ucfcr- nciidini!" Miss Aliiia I'ctcrs; 'Children's Peels of YjMordsy 1'cilay" Miss N'cttic Gi.iv: Panto- r.i:na of Tom Sawyer's Fence Panning. Bill Morse. Hrjmnn Pcccy. John White. Robert Doitg- •as ^nd Lloyd Floiinan. spending Ihe winter. A. C. Holmes, of lioscriiile. Miss., spent the Easier .holidays with ami Mrs. ,1. !•'. Livingston nr.rt W. II. Harvey. Miss Estra Livingston, who has been III. is now belter. .1. W. Harvey, who has been spending the past, year here with his daughter. Mrs. J. F. Livingston, and family, has gone (o Tennessee and Alabama for an extended visit. Canada Mr. Minton and his brie will reside in Detroit where the bridegroom is connected with the Edison company. The bride lias been, visiting lier sister, Mrs, Robert Lane, und jylr. Lane in Detroit for nn extended time. Mr. Minton, who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Minton of Canon, Twin., lived here in Blythe- villc several years coming ' here from Canton. • « • Mr. and Mrs. I,. E. Owaltncy of Mena. Ark., who arrived with their small son. Lamar, Sunday itV ALICIA HART 1 Tell n girl that she should allow six weeks for scnlp and hair treatments before making an appointment to get a new spring permanent and the chances are that she'll protest, "Oh. I can't, wail. inly t,he ends arc curly and my ] iair won't hold a finger wave. I ! look a frightl" She's probably justified in complaining. However, if she'll be pa- ient and wait tile few weeks, meanwhile brushing her hair every night and using the right, tonic for her particular condition, licr story Witt have a happy ending. For Uw new permanent will be twice as Tattering if the hair thai receives it. is Iwalthy. In the meantime, though, what grade school supervisor, are in Memphis observing the teaching of their particular grades in the city schools. JR. E. Fletcher, who is a member of .the board of regents of the University of Alabama Museum, will attend a meeting of the national pre-history conference In Memphis on Wednesday and Thursday oi this week and the special museum meeting at the wo o do That's fairly easy— due to i coiffure In vogue right now that- <ia ends Itself beautifully to hair that m s straight on top and curly at| A l the ends. For this arrangement, the hair tc s parted in the middle and brush- " cd backward from the face. Then. , just, above each car. there is a j wide, soft wave. The ends are curled around the ears nnd across the back of the neck. Sweet? Jnbt try it, and stop worrying about i your looks without the new permanent. For evening, vary the program with a lilUe jeweled clip' behind each ear -or wear a fresh flower ' pinned in Ihe center of Ihn hack. And. If you're one who likes a tiara, this is the perfect coilfure. Carol", by Ruth Darby; reading "Esster", 'by Elsia Wilson; an acrostical recitation "Easter Daw i". by Jake Darby; song "Up From the Grave He Arose", by all; Easter prayer, by nil. In the upper graac room a Who's Who Contest was held last week. Tlic boys voted on the girls while the. girls judged the boys. Inez Campbell and Tahnadgc G;mu won the title ot prettiest girl and llouitd Lake News The C. W. A. ciirjKiiter.s who I'.avc icfemly completed a repair job on the .school building, came back Tlnu.sday and yavr a days work on Ihe new canning kitcbcn. Mrs. I'rnl Jiii-ks-on loll Wcclncs- ay for a short visit with licr mother and brother who live in "aba ma. Miss Lore Brantly who is at- ending college at Jonesboro spent he week-end with her parents, I Tn Sweden, instead of "one moment, please." lelcphpnc girls say, "In tlic wink of an eye." Don't Forget Caudill's Agency General Insurance Phone 197 Luxora Society — Personal Pink Palace museum there Saturday. ';itch! Don't lie Flim-Flammed on Price and WcighiJ LIBERTY :ASK GROCERS [Specials for Wednesday - Thursday! Fancy Stalks. . Back FORK CHOPS Nice Chops Pound 15c TURNIPS Large Hunches Each 5c night bere. for ,a went visit \yith Seypell relatives yesterday The Proper Thing" Mill Town Items Mr. and nnd Mrs. Ollic Rnr-sell nnti dmi and son of Hlythcville and I and Mrs. Richard Elhridgc i children of Dell visited Mr. i Mrs. Clovis Orissoin Sunday. I Mr. ami Mrs. Bill Russell of Uly_______ I (lieville moved Sunday onto the . , . . . . „.. I pace with the Clovis Grissom fam- "1s it customary to tip ushers? I'., Not in this country. It is ai *' European custom. Thursday nlRht Mr. and Mrs. e.-^j 1 i>r<iwn entcrlaincd Ilie live table bridge club of which they afternoon lo .spend the nlghl and today with Mrs. Lanmr Rogers, Mr. Gwaltney's .aunt. They were accompanied by Mrs. Dave C.wall- icy. .1. W. Mayhugh, .who underwent in operation at Baptist hospital. Memphis, Saturday, was reported improving today. Mrs. R. c. Urynn. Mrs. E. S. Mr. nriubers and Mrs. and four James Driver and Mrs. J. Mrs. Gco. Edrington Cartwright sr.. and will ^rnicr Class I'tans Cainival. The renior clar-i of i\i- \\\i',\ school is nresentinR its antiiia! foll:e.-, Friday. Apill 0. "Hie Count of Unaware" is :i musical comedy BlaylocV as 'Ed Gwendolyn Fisher Todd". Wynn" and us "Thelma McDowtl! Mnsic Club MecU. Jcanette Jean Sebaugh ' hostess to tlie McDowell junior club Saturday afternoon at the studio 6( ii'lss Minnie Lee Jones Piano selections were .rendered by the 'follo'wihg; Virginia iGaines Lucile Abbott, Onita PHchard lull of choruses, singing and oilier rpcclaltirs. Scene Is a hotel lobby in which many diflcrcnt types of ci'iniccl characlers me?t. The. cast is-. Byron Morie, Carl Uylre. Mar- gurrt Shaver. Marshall Blackanl. Hud Wilson. Jamie Nichols. Lloyd Alexander, Harold S'.iclbury. Claude I'orth. Sara Joe Little and Ncsrril Brisham. Seventy-five members will pnr- ticip^te in the show. • * • ?' l- ri>>l Ambassadors Meet The CliviM, Aml»5iiart.or3 o[ the Assembly of God Church met Sunday evening for their meeting at the church. Misses Mildred Cudd, Evelyn Hopkins, Ollic Stalcup, Ollic Burns, Mamie Perry Millie Ann - Weaver. Lois Ak'ln. and Bertha Wo'.sey reported that they had visited sick ar.d Mrs. Thos. Floridn of Os- ceol.i. High score pries were won by Mrs. Randal Nichols and Clus. w. Minim. Assisting the hostess in servinc a delicious salad plat: were Mrs ,1. D. Hires. Mrs Iiu."5Cll Bowcn and Mrs. James Driver. Friday afternoon ids. Mac Mc- Ciillongh entertained the two table bridge club. High. score priw was won by Mrs. Elizabeth Kiliiman. Mrs. Spewrcv McHeiwy and iitlle (laughter Wade spent Ihe weekend In Clnrksdalc. Miss., with ,1rS, T. S. Mcllcnry and Siwnccr Me.Ifeni y. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dillard 01 Memphis .-pent Friday hrre as lie gnrste of Mr.=. IVilIard'r. mother. Mis. C. W. Miftlin. Mrs. Delia Spann and her sis- ,rr. Mlr.s Flovraw. Hunlv left Monday morniiur (or St. Louis where Miss Uush makes her home. Mrs Spann will -spend three weeks ns the guest of another sister, Mrs W, E. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. MiHIh molorert lo Memphis Sunday at teincon to meet Mr. Minim's sis ler, Mrs. Lillian Frier of Sin-eve poll, who will \is\l them and othr relatives for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scott o Memphis were the g'tesU ol the! daughter. Mrs. Hay Craham, Sun day. stylish?" 0|>era glasses considered It is not a .nestion of style, bul « of u.sefulness. Opera glasses are to help .the spectator set a clearer J. B. Cunningham, who lias tx?cn seriously ill for over rcvcn \vrek3. « slowly improving. Mrs. L. M. Bradford .-.on and Mrs. Obie Hamilton came act-s to .stare audience. ' use them between at persons in the •weeks in Memphis wnh iMr. Hamilton remained I phis lo work for awlii ning home. relatives in Mem- ROYAL GELATINE All Flavin's 6c SAUSAGE [Mire Pork 1'ound lOc MILK Van (,';itii|>. Tall 6c Small Cfln 3c BACON Sli " Sliced. Krey's of Swift's Oriole I'ountl 15c COFFEE Sunny Brook Pound 27c ,Strcak-0-],r;tn, 1'uund - - - - lOc I Kvsl Boiiinp;, Totinil - - - - T'/jc) Bunch 6c (cave Thursday morning to attend the meeting of Arkansas Prcsby- terial at Batesville. They were named delegates by Ilie local Presbyterian Ladies Auxiliary. The Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Moor- icad left Monday morning for .nssellvlllc. where they Mil spend ic week attending the North Ark- nsas Missionary Conference. Mr. and Mrs. T S. Burton and hciv daughter. Margaret, spent Sister Sunday in Paragoud with Ir. Burton's parents. Mr. and trs. j. j. Button. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Scmmes nnd ait&hter Betty, of Pocahontas, pent the Eascr week end here with Mr Sehnncs' mother Mrs. P. ~. Semines. The Kev. and Mrs. E. I,. Cole vlll leave Wednesday mornlnc Tor \ (luce wreks slay In Hot Springs. where Mr. Cole Is going to recuperate from an attack of tnnii'-nza and bronchial asthma, from uhich has suffered the greater pa'; of he winter. B. N. Wilson, newly appointed chairman of the rehabilitation .irogram in this county, is in Little Hock today attending a conference of county chairmen. Classes In Ihe grade school are dismissed .today and the teachers. Misses Blanche Cicero Marjoric l)oyle and Agnes w.ird Rcecc School News Tlic primary children entertained tlic children of Ihe upper giiidcs with a party Friday nHcrnoon. Games and conlesUi wt'ro enjoyc<l while the egg.s were boin? hidden. Prizes were won by Iho following pupils: Bethyl Stewari. Jewel Wicker. Virlor'Wilson. F,!M:L Wilson. Geneva Akcns. Marvin Wicker and Ara L?c Craig. Tho.>e who found the most eggs were Marvin Wicker and Billy Stalling.;, cocoa and cookie;; were served. Mrs. Virgil Stewart. Mrs. Cable. Mrs. Akcns. Miss Ruby Dickson and Miss Opal Wicker were visitors. The "Good Winkers" club j|wn- jorcd by Mis. Harriet Sullivan presented a Kaslcr program Thursday aflernoon. Fourteen visitors were >roscnt. The program was a;, fol- ,ows: "Kistcr iJotii:" Ly all; "'i'he Story ol Ihe ReMirrcctlun" by MarRarel Garni: "Spiinc Song" by FrancLi Akrns: Sons "O!d Hugged Cross", by all: Kreitailon "Kister Day", by Jewel Wickers; song ''f Am .Coming to [he Cross", by all; reading "Ring Happy Bells." by Geneva Akcns; Story of Krister Driver Grove Mr. and Mrs. Kinni: Kci.~ler are Ihe pirrhl.; r.f a ron. IJonine lyn. Iwrn M:M'ch 2<t. Mr. and Mrs. Mini: (Julr.vr ol Yarbro weir mrjslr, Stmday ol Mr. and Mr.-. Xi'b Oainc... Mr. and Mrs. Marncy B-irn?.s ol Pecan Cirove were ^itcst:; Sa'.ur- drvy ui^lu vuul Sunday of Mr. Barnes' parents, Mr. and Mis. J. W. Harnr-s. COUGH . . . Real Throat relief! > Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub OVERCOMES BAD BREATH! Cured. Sliced IJntl Cuts. I'nnnd 15c GRAPE FRUIT I-argc Size Karh GROUND BEEF Or Hnmbiii'gcr 8 J_ 2 Cris i' HA. ...... 20c l ...... IK- WINERS [•'RANKS or KOLOGNA Pound 10c Snow White I'ound 9c VEAL ROAST Real Nice I'mind lOc Mrs. arip.5by and Mrs. v.ih»i . . . Miller, accompanied by Supt. Geo Deere and Mrs. J. S. McCants by Violet Tnylor: "An Easier Farmer's For Anything in ' m . I'ccrt s\nrt y Seeds &..»» GUARANTEED. Nrw ana Complete Une of House Pain'a. New anrt complete Line of Wishing Tacklo. Genuine Aladden I^amp Paris 30c BURKE HARDWARE CO. SPAGHETTI Franco-American Can 9c BACON SQUARliS BUtrk Hawii OXVDOI, 6c firm Heads 5c STEW MEAT liriskcl or Chuck j,0c 4c !k-iil 2 for

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