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PAGQ TWO BLYTHBV1LLU ' (AflK.) COUU1KU NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. 1038 COUHIEli NEWS COMTUMEljTAIfY TICKET This Ticket ivill Admit Jess Hornpr ami companion 31(l"noup3ii Street i-to ni^T- V KITZ "THEATER —lo sec-r "OF HUMAN HEARTS" FLAPPER FANNY Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. .James Hill entertaining 'Double Deck Bridge club. Thursday comma club meeting "•with Mrs. Rodney U Banister. Jewish Ladies'' Aid society meeting in Temple Israel at 8:00 p.m. Mrs. C. W. Afllick having the Thursday Luncheon club.' • .FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music' department ot the Woman's- club meeting at clubhouse ill 2:30 p.m. ' SATURDAY'S EVENTS Central Parent Teacher awoni- tloii'- sponsoring' bake sale at 9:00 o'clock in former Pot O'Bryant buiWing. LakelSirect Mclhodist Knttrlaihs League Viiion D'ell. Manila, Osceoln, and Promised iin-1 were represented at the monthly meeting.of the Mississippi County League Union when Ihc Lakp Street Methodist church, a:l- itis:ris host, "received the banner awarded on the basis of attendance nnd' achievement. Osceola was second with a score of 05 per cent, whereas the wiiniin» league nad : 100 per cent score.' The league co)ors of yellow and \vhilV and the league motto, "All for Christ" were carried oul in llic decorations. During the social hour which followed the business ssssion anditjvc progjrajnVa sandwich plate .mis!Served the 90" guests 'present. Ai)-'Ea_ster pageant. "The Broken Fielti. f '"\vas presented by the Lake Street"organization. Those who look part! were: Misses peratdine nylce Helcner Jarretl. 'Lois Ellis, Vergie Young, plaudle'Bennett. Ruby Fr.\| 2ierJ : Ainy Ruth Morris, Rose Yules Dorotliy ,Sisk, Ollie Wnhl, Enjeiic JchhToii.'Joe" Yates, Joe Estus Charles Comiell. Tommy Tinker Carl Hughes. Wilson Hughes, A. T Sisk.-Chester Harris/Wilson Hushes Buddy Hall, Clyde Young. Miss Angle Hood is in charge o! League \vork of Ihi; Ijkc Street ' 'church'. . Bits of News Mostly Personal opened with prayer by Mrs. (Jar- "Spason Of npr and Mrs. Massey gave as the ; " tao «" v/i devotional the 14th Chapter of; f o R p Rabhi's Ionic Murk. The 9th and 10th chapters | l ° De " du "' S 1V V l{ of (he stutly course book were i;iv-1 —_ en by Mrs. II. B. Spccncc and Mr:..' -'id-vices for Passover, the Festi- Carl' Sheeley. \ val of Emancipation, uiuumlly Tlie society will have a surial cuinmeinoratiiij; the deliverance of Hireling tit the cliurch next Mou- Hit: Israelites from Ess'pliau bond aje. will he hcl:l Sunday ufternoon while before they arrived. Mrs. Charlie Jones and W. ,J. Evans \vho had been with Mr. Jones returned home with them. , . . an' I'll NEVER come back! An' you better not. kick Hie door like you dirt Insl tinie," Club' Meet lug- ' Tlie '-Arid-Wool; Bride not "meet .Thursday as club was Theodore Logan led in prayer. Nine members of Circle Five met wlili Mrs. Arch Llndsey who presided over the business session. The devotional, read by Mrs. Stiles, was taken from Psalms. Prayers were tillered by Mrs. Charles New- com'o and Mrs. W. O. Maxwell. Enteilain II. I). C. "ihe Children of the Confederacy will entertain trie United Daughters of the Confederacy at. 'i:'M o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. King Matthews. Tilts parly is an annual nlliilr plmmed by the Children of the Confederacy. Entertain - Mothers On Silver Anniversary Members of the Brooks Girl's Auxiliary of the First Baptist, church, entertained lliL'ir mothers with a banquet last iilghl in celc- bmlioii>j>f. coini>lelloii of ^5 years of Ihe^-coinlsiiit'iDn.' Besides the moved from her home. 703 Clark street, to the Walls hospital yesterday hi a Holt ambulance. Mrs. Gwyn Goodwill was remove-:! froin the Walls hospital to her home yesterday in u Holt ambulance. Osceola Society — Persons! Mr. and Mr.-;. R. Ci. Klcclr jr. and daughter Mary Ellwljclh and Mrs. R. C. Slcelc Sr. and daiiuh- Icr Ionise wcrp visitors in 1'or- latcvillc Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus LlmbiUtgli and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wimp L. K. Old !>> attending to uiitijjictV spent Sunday in Memphis. In Eciinth aim Kcnnctt and other) Miss Mollic Shocinalc of I'ukict) points of Missouri loday. \ was the guest of Mrs. Jack Uush- Mi-s. Rlley n. Jones is spending ing and Miss Hlhi Muslin S;ilur- Ilie day In Mnnllii with her piir- day afternoon, ejils, Mr. Find Mrs. W. O. Card. | Mr. and Mrs. I... c. Spencer Jinrt Mrs. CI. CL Illibbard motored IQ Mrs. A. L. McIJridi; visiled rcla- Metnphis loiiny for her daughter, tfvcs in Curuthersvillc Sunday. Miss Mildred Ixiu Illibbard." who Mr. and Mrs. w. M. Holly, Mr. ultomli; Southwestern University t incl Mrs. Lewi:; Lester and K. W. llicre. Mi.ss Illibbard will spcild McCami were in Memphis yestr-r- her sprlni! \acaliun here wlt|i hcri day to be with Charlie Jones who parents, Mr. and Mrs. Huljbarrt, died al Hie Methodist hospital Miss Martha Ami Lynch, who .... Is a sludcnl at Washington Unl- vcisily hi SI. Louis, will arrive Saturday lo rpcnd her spring va- calion wilh her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. n. A. Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. II. li. Brandon wore ill Mepi- lihis yesterday lo see Mrs, Brandon':; sister. Mrs. Lou Echols, Who Is ill :il a hospital Iherc. IJhlrlcy Ashcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aslicr, is ill at her home from measles. ! Mrs. w; J. Wunderllch, who lias been HI ul her home on the Bar. field road for about seven days,'is much Improved today. Mr. and Mrs. Berry Brooks, jr., and daughter, Virginia, of Memphis, were guests ot Mrs. Brooks' mother, Mrs. Allan Walton, yesterday. •' Miss Virginia Martin, who allcn:ls the'University' of Arkansas at Piiy- cUcville, Ark„ will arrive Friday morning to spend her spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom F, Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Slill an:! al 2;:iQ o'clock in Temple Israel. While in all m-oljabilily an cultural festival in origin. It Js! Two-humped camels lire able lg told lhat "the holday was lalcr connected with the emancipation from llic tyranny of Hie Pharaohs and was thus invested with a higher meaning, the ideal ot universal freedom." The sermon of R*bbl Herman Pollack will deal with the theme: ".Season of Freedom," carry half-ton loads on their backs. Read Courier News want Ads. ™. i V Dri. Wert & Wert OFTOMETKIST8 Over Joe Isaacs' Bfcw -WE MAKE 'KM S(E" Phone 640 WAKEUPYGOR LIVER BILE- NillioulCaloratl —And You'll Jump fjul of Bod in Iht Mousing Raiin' IcUo The liver HiimlJ pour oul two poim.l* '•' lluulil Wlo Into your uowcladnily. IT this Ink It just d'-oaja in tho liowols. Cjm Ijlouls nil your s.oninch. You tjet conislipatc.1. Your whole r.j'strm [3 i>oismiril nnil )'>u f> el turn, Bunk and tlie wgrlil looks I'unk. A mere twvel iNm-cmpiit (Joean'l K(-t nl the cause. H Inkcs (hose cooil, ol.l Cni-tT'B ULile l.lvcr Pills lo t;ct tlie*e two poimiU of Idle flovvtnjj fruoly iincl malic you foci "up aiid Hi'." Harmtt-sy, Ecritk, yet aniuzIrii: In maltinn bily How fiecly. Aislt for Cnitcr'c. Little Liver Pills l>r name. 26c Stubbornly refuse anything else. iiounced. The meeting has. been postponed until next week because of the prc,-Easler services ' which are being conducted simultaneously at five churches iii tlie city. ' - - - » » » i Officers Elijclcd Al £>. A. ft. IjUiicIieon Mrs. M. O. Usrcy was elected mothers, guests were: the Rev. and Carpenter. Mr. and ' Mrs. Alfred Arthur Nelson, 'the l?cv. V. - jMrs. I), li. Wcrlz was clccictl president of llic Osceola Prcgrcs- sive Club for the two-year term 1938-in'ja. at the regular inccliiii! held in' the club rooms yesterday Mrs. Werl: 1 . succeeds Mrs. R. H Jones, who has served for the pasl three years. Elected lo serve will Mrs, WcrU arc Mrs. R. C. Drj'j nil. vicfe-presidenl; Mrs. E. Burns, recording sccrclnry; Mrs J. f. Reijiiniller, corresponding .sccrelary; Nil E. Boston, of Memphis, and Mrs. Harry Brooks, and Mrs. W. J. Wundcrlich, of Springfield. Mo. Spring flowers decorated the tables and :i color scheme of green and white, which are the organization's colors, were carried out. .regeiit of the Charlcvoix chapter ol JThe dinner vvoi; served bv the wo- ihc - T Daughters of l^n American Revolution'at n luncheon yesterday at the home of Mrs. C. F. Tucker whpji -Mrs. W. A. Afflick was co- hpstjess. Other officers elected were: Mrs. F. 13. Joj'tiEr, vice-regent; Miss Cordelia Wiliiite, secretary. Mrs. Charles,Penn. treasurer; Mrs. W. T. ; Gberst, recording secretary; Mrs.V />'. Cpnway. historian; Mrs. James B. Clark, registrar.' Spirea, roses, narcissuses tind other 'garden' flowers decorated the Tucker home. 'Similar liDuqiicts fpiraed. the centerpieces ot tlie dinirig table and thn simll tables •ffliorj the lunch .was served the n guests. "The Conditioii of the American Aniiy after' Surrender of Coru- wallis" was the subject ot the talk insde by Mrs. Tucker, durinj I lie projram session. Mrs. Clark reported bn tlie state confercii:e wliicli shc^rceenlly attended, lla.ve : Circle ^lep.lings Tlie Woman's Missionary union of the First Baptist church met In circles Monday afternoon. The'de- votional and business session in cacK'clrcle was followed by n so- cial.hbur at which time the hostess serVcd refieshmenls. Mrs. J. H.' Smart, sj 1 ., who was before her recent' marriage. Mrs. U. W. Mulliiis. was complimented with a handkerchief shower when Circle One met at the home of men of the church. Mrs. M. T. Burr, who gave Unwelcome address, acted as toust- mislress for the program. The opening number \v»is a musical selection, "Silver Harmony" by Mary Louise Reaves and L«ra PsalmoiKl. following which Mrs. Carpenlei talked on "Silver Thoughts". A survey of "Twenty Five Years of Silver Shining" wns given by Annt Dillalmnly. Mrs. Nelson, as representative ol the Young Women's Auxiliary, talked on "The Y. W. A. Salutes Ihi O. A.", al the conclusion of whicl thr Hev. Mr. Carpenter spoke 01 "Silver Gleams." Following Brooks' talk on tlie "W. M. U. G. A.". Mr. Nelson played "Stive Melodies." The Rev. Mr. Bosloi ;ho is conducting pre-Easter sci vices at the church, also talked to ihc group. treasurer; Mrs. liamcntiirian; Mrs. Robert Stunner, press reporter; Mrs. J. W. Edrington. federation director; Mrs. George Obrey, cuslodiiin. Tall baskets of snowball, wci- aui! Iris, and low bowls of lllps were: used in decorating the ioms for fie lilty nieil|i)crs aild iiestf. In (In- (J u si:. n ;.. Ki;s.sion idlers f iipi'-roclntion were sent lo Mrs. ... S. ^iitchcll .,f El. Louis, ami lie l-.'Cal I'.'E. O. chapter for cash jilts to (lie library. A resolution of appreciation was voted J. J. >bai(l Htr his J'ttraclivc calcn- Iius lor 10^8 wh'.cfi carry a picture leaching U-.iflic safely. Mrs. John I jquglas. s-ifctv chairmai •son,'Eugene II. of Plymouth, N. C.. arrive this afternoon for a visit with Mrs. Still's parenls. Mr. and Mrs. .C. 3, Stevens, and family. Mi 1 '. Still \vill he here for only a lew days, but Mrs. Still will re-, main for several weeks. The com!|l)<m of Mis. E. J. prcAvne, who became critically ill Monday, is much improved loday nnd Mr. Brownci who was called lo her bedside al the Memphis Methodist hospital, is expected to return home today. Miss Cora Lee Colonial! an;l Mrs. John YV. li'dringlon. of Osceola, will leave In Ihc morning For Washington, U. C.. where they are. to nltcnd the national convention of the Daughters of the American Revolution as delegates fropt the William Strong olnipter. They will be accompanied by Miss Madeline Ellen r £drjiig'fpii.' of Osceola, who j" returning lo school in after spending the spring vacation cousin, of llli- Everything Tor your enter (ainment and comfort. Admission Malincn lOc & i'Jc Ailmission Nielli ICc ,t 3Cc Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests rs. G. Hurtsil! Banks.I {yltli her parents, and her rs. Welby Youns. par- lyfe Madeline Flanniga'n, npis, who is their house guest. 'Mrs. John Miles Miller Is spending loday in Memphis. nlso unit You're fight. . ..it's the SIZE of the rug! ILOR-MADE RUGS COME IN 101 ROOM-FITTING SIZES! Nantasket 9 x 12 {L Size $39.95 Broadloom ( Carpets Steele-Cooter Socjcty—Personal bers heard Mrs. H. H. Brook read the :: devplloual from llic seventh chapter ef' Judges. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Alfred Carpenter. Mrs. Kraoks. and MR. U, W. Wooten.. Mis. Leslie Moore was In charge t>£ the teinei. SL\teen membDis of Circle Two met with Mrs. W. J, Rogers when Mrs. C. W. ASiick taught the mission ttudy. Mrs. Lloyd .Stlckmon was.in charge, of the devotional nnd-Mrs. Walter Bishop presided juver- the business niecttng. Mte; Cordelia Wilhile and Mrs. Bi=hop led the group in pnjjers. Mrs, M. G. Outlaw took the devotional from First Vsaims lor •fJiei rntctin? of Circle Three at the home of Mrs. J. li. Smart. Jr. .Mrs.;'D. V. Maloch taufln the nils Mon &lu<! to liic 12 members present Mn> John Biuhanan was In. charge of tiie business <Mi().Mrs J II Knave and Mrs. mart offered piajers ; Mfs. 'Alvhj Huffhian was hostes: to IS^naembers of Circle JV)ur when Mrs. Matt Monaghan was li Charge of the hufelness and-the : devotional which was taktn from ; 78th^ Psalm Mrs Kendall Berrj Entertains Al l.tmchfuii Mrs. ('. A. Cunningham was acslcjs to members of Ihc Tuesday dull and other guests nl a luncheon and bridge purty at. her home yesterday afternoon. Yellow lulips formed Ihc ccnler- piccc of Ihc dining table at which the 12 I'.uests were served. The remainder of the house wns decorated with bowls of roses, irises, narcissuses and valley yilics. In llin games which \vere played during Ihe afternoon. Mr*. Walker H. Bp.ker was high. Mrs. Many Kir"Iby. second high, and Mrs. Farnsworth Black, third high. Has Clnl> 1'arly. All Ihc mcinbtrs of the let rr from Police Commissioner Clifford fiavis of Memphis couiplinicnlliig llic club oh its work along this line. Mrs. nwiglil 11. chnlriiuin ot Ihc American 1 Ionic Department which is featured each April, in itiSr< duclng her program, spcke briefly uii one of Ihe chief alms of llr national dcpartinc'it. tl-o stotirinj of uniform marriage and divorce lav;« Ihroiighoul the ]::.'.i<'ii. Tlio prcsran: included an ntldn.-s by Mr. r . ]~. H. Burns on "A;t in Hi? Meinr": an rxplana- !:c". of Aikiiusas' marriage aiui divorce laws. Sy A. W. Young, attorney; instrumenlal solos by Mis-; Harhira Bunks, a vocal .solo, "My l-illle House" by Mrs. G. Jturlsiil Banks, and a playlet directed oy Mrs. Burns entitled. "Pu's Sccil Hals." dcalini; with the subjccl of gardening. 1 hose taking parl in the Ulay were Mrs. Rcber Kimincr. Miss .lulia Lilian! Craig Billie Aycrs and Russell Rein miller. Airs, Huima Mcorc. civic depart Micnl chalrnian, announced plan for the annual spring clcan-ir week. In addition lo the members Ihe fcllowlnn were guests: Mrs. u. Fred Taylor jr.. Mrs. H. f-:. Slan- lUrs. t aM-y (.'oinpliiiirulril. Mrs. K. Casey was guest of honor al a surprise birthday dinner at her home Wednesday afler- iH'Oii \\iieii her daughlcr. Miss Vnllic Casey and Miss Alllne Casey were hostc.s.s. The yucsts v\erc ^le5(la|lles F : E. Prmler. T. 1. u rooks. J. R Blackpool!.}:Morgan, t'. U Kcllcy. .J. A. W.il- acc. li, K. boomer. John Frame 8. AlbriUon', and the giiesi o 101101. Young ton. Miss Nancy Waddle, (he new Matrons bridge cluh utti-nded Ihe county librarian, am! Sarah Jane parly given by Mis. Rilcy B.j:;lovall. Jcncs yrstcrday afternoon when Mrs. Je'.se Taylor ~AJIS presented "•if;crle for high score. firk Spring flowers decorated Ihe •'" ., aome nnd tallier. in the tulip mo- K . tif further carried out the spring | wri'i floral scheme. ^inj the bridge game:., w:rved a Ealad plate, the Will Have JJakc Sale The Central Parent Teacher as- tccialion will hold n bake bale Saturday morning beginning at ! 0:00 o'clock in Ihc old Pal O'Bryant i building. &slcr motif wa-; etnpha- in Ihc icfrcsluneiil. plate ot cream \villi yellow .chicken 1 ; e renter, and candy Easier Uoslcsses were jMrs I). H. Wert,-,. Mrs. R. If. Jnnc-. Mr:. John ]'!liiiii;Uin. Miss Aline Word. Mrs. :.i. L. Gladish. Mrs. C. I;. Drake. Mrs. J. T. Fowler. Mis. J C. Young. TOO LATE TO CLASS1KV At the Hpspilais Mobley Esfcs und,ei.ycnt an operation for appendicitis' yesterday at (he Elytheyille 'lipspltal. Mf's. Roy g'jnith, of' Stcele, is a patient at the Mcmplils Methodist hospital. ' Mission study and Mrs,' Mrs. W. A. Blctastaff was re- Vnn Want a Home Why Not Huy This? ll^ilt West Ash, 5 room, hiiiii, ivan!, house, garage, lol TiO l:y El. no paving taxes, no sewei Will sell as is for $l'25a :a 'afislrr Urns, tlnnoni; Charlie Wagster of Cooler ant is brother I.ulher Wagstcr el Mn- ray. Tctiu.. \verr hohorccl \\ilti ;i ,uj prise Ijirlluiay dinner al seven o'clock last Thursday evening. Mrs. Chas. Wasster being 'Jie al their home ;it Oak The gucsls were Mr. and Mrs. L. Wagslcr. Mr. ami Mrs. ,lm-k Neil. Air. and Mrs. Q. C. \Va\\- ster. Mi-, and Mrs. Carl Reid. Mr. ni)il Mrs. Wlllij Owens and Mr. and Mrs. Osco While, the guesl.s of luiuor's inolher. Alt-ui! Ilirlliday Dinpirr and lUiuiioii. Hthitlvcs from here altcntled a| family rcimien and birlhday dinner given in honor of Mi's. W. M. West at Ihc hcme ol her daughter Mrs. I,. I!. Trlpplc of Dyers- ttirg. Teiin . Sunday. 'llios? attending were Mr. and Mrs. q. c. Wagsler an<! Mr. Mrs. l-.'il»a: Fowler of Cooler, and Miv (itiss fJeertings snul and ^il., Hans Beetling^ and Rex ol «tee|c.'Mr. aiirt Mrs. r: I'o:* :iui| children of Nrivh-in, Trim. Mr. at ,cl Mrs. Waller Wo,,i, Mrs. Maty Stic Eskridgo ami Mr:: Bc^.n- Kubanks and sons CiU'iV", i'i"I Ijillie all ol Dyersbur?. 'Inin. I" Missionary Soriely. Mi.-- H. A. Epeure \\:\ . Hi (I'Miiiiiuc hostess lo Ihr Wnniiii'. Mi:.-.n»iar.v Society of the MeiKo- tiis! church at her home on Wai- mi! Are. Monday alleinoon. 'I hi i w«s cif.htcen members and iw tisiiois i^Jrs. .!. I?. Geiuian mi Mis. Ciarher. Tho incctlni! For Instance FERVAK WHITER H lAMfS STEWART BtUtAil BOXDI BUY RtflBEE CKrtS. fiGBURfl BEAUVAIS in ;>2 ATI,ANTIC WILTON in 'lit Sizts G.\!) — !lxl5 — 12x18 — 9x21 — 12x21 s Sill. * Niplil shews—ll'i'.i orf lmus slarl 7:15 p.m. wi'lh lilvilicvillr's Own V011U (iANC MOVIK" wilh cii.sf nf ill)' I.OCAI, KI1H)IKS: I'lns SWIM6-FIUEO COMEDY! or will refinlsh, repair, two coaLs paint Inside & out. new paper all, rooms.' build solid brick fouuda- 1 lion, make good as new for only $1625. No belter buy In BlythevilhV today. S W. M. Bums, Agency, riiour 243.' 13-ck-tc OAK LUMBER For Sale—100,000 ft. of guild hill oak lumber deliverer! a( very low prices. Sec J. W. Barren Dlylhcvlllc, Ark. Phone 3^8 Malince TucMtiy only, 2:15 juii. : Oiviiis lo llir special Conicdy ! Tuesday ,^ AVcrlnrsfday. Pal NiB 1 '! 11 will be Thursday at the Roxy Ill's AL 39 OTHER GRADES . . . some in over 40 sizes . . . others in over 50 sizes.. • some in 101 sizes, aclually! Patterns and colors ior every kind oi room scheme, Irom rugged, hearty Colonial to the less virile, but very charming Victorian at pricgs to fit every budget. Home FURNISHINGS Moderately Priced

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