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BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Ifeauof CLUBS Activities and News of Women Recent Bride XT* A.".0(nriy"ii having the aid society wll| J»T« • «Wflj fit' the home of Mrs. Jo» hMbtU 1:JO p.^ m. ..n. C. W. Afflick Is entertain- the Thundajr Luncheon club. bi:if*it Mnmihin Jr., Is en-. tertajnlng ' the Young Matroui Bridie dub. W*4 Announcement hu been made o[ the marriage of Hiss Annie Laurie Elite to Mr. William Robert Hors- call which -»-aa aoiem&ized at Fayett*Tille, Art., Sept. t. They will mike th«ir' home at Ithaca, N. Y., where Mr; Herssall Is '» member of the faculty at. Cornell University. 1 The bride, who is the daughter ofiWCr. and Mrs, J, T. Ellis, for- of Blythevllle and now of **i?h,, was art outstanding ttuitoit on the c»mpu« of the state vnhtfclty where she/attended college lime yean. As t member of the Phi Uu icrorlty the was president $( the unlventty chapter list year and other honon Included her lelecttoo u the typical university coed. "While In high school here she was also a popular student. •"'. Ur.«Hora»ill, who graduated from the diversity at Fayetteville last jrear, ^received a tcholarshlp Iran CocntU where he vu also asslsl- ant iMesux 'or the put term. ~ • • • 'Bor»wiky to ahMM GirL Mr.-and Mrs. Jacob L. Sherman, ljil» -South -Madison Blvd., Tulsa, Oiila.^ announce the engagement of their : jUughter, Pearl, to Mr. William ,J3orowfky,' of Manila. The wedding will be an e»enl ol the n^td-wintfr season, . . Miss" Sherman Is president of tte Southwestern Region ol the Junk* Hadassah, a young women's .organization which Is nation-wide. -Mr. feorowsiy, who is well known in thjs city as well as in Manila, is a ficmbcr of the firm of Tiger Lev lire company. He Is preslden: o{ Menorah Lodge B'Nal B'R'.th of this tily and also president of the Traflle Israel here. .. , T " •...*•* Cfrcli DivMed, v . ! 'Mefcbers of 'the woman's missionary union of the First Baptist church .were divided 'In to rive circles i£ beginning their new church year Monday. The entire group met at the church, when the circles were . arranged and these officers elected: XDU&C Matrons group: Mrs. Robert Grimes, chairman; Mrs. HCT- :pbeU'' Smart, co-chairman; Mrs. •it.' & -. Marr, secretaiy and tveas- 'urerf-jMrs'. iiarton Williams, injs- iioh'fludy leader. In circle 1, Mrs. WaH$. Bishop is chairman; Mrs. Barinjel F. Grimes, co-chairman; jfctri.-Tom Jackson, secretary and treaHurer;.MIss Cordelia WiUille, tfacbfr; Mn. 0.. G. Hires, report .«.•'.. In .circle J, Mrs. T. H. Haynes Is cliairman; Mrs. Hattle Reece, co-chairman; Mrs. .A. W. Stephen>, aecrelary and treasurer; Mrs. Jyy Crawford, mluiori study Icid- er. Kirs. T. E. King Is chalrnan of circle 3;-lfrs.', John Buch ,• .m, co-chilnnan; Mrs. Chester ,V,,jrs, secretary and treasurer; 'Mn i. . F. .Bldmeyer, mission leader; Mis. cj:n Hall, -reporter. In circle < Mis. Hvf- man Jfi'alpolc Is chairman; Mrs. A. J. Uving&lon, co-chairman; Mrs H. lj. 'Chambers, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. A. 8'. Harwell teicher. :• j, - « * « HfW ibfficen Named. Mri John Poster was elected oracle of the Ixal Royal Neighbors chapter at the meeting last evc- v]Qf ^replacing Mrs. J. H. Fisher wty> RaigneVl. The pocltlon of vice . pr|clt, lormerly held by Mrs. Foster; was given Mrs. C, G. Hires. '•fhfe* new members were initialed' and in the social hour dainty refrethnwnts were, served the large number of members present. ' • <- - » • • ^avet Buiness Meeting. 'In -the business meeting of the LfUceV Street Methodist church woman's missionary society Monday afternoon, at the .church, plans werehnade for the. chicken dinner. Tlii'dlnnei, an annual affair, vill be held Saturday In the Bootery Mrs. Cecil G. While, an attractive bride, who wos before her recent marriage Miss Allenn Booker of -Clarkdale and Blythevllle. She Is well known In this city where she has been a member of the Bud- bury Elementary school (acuity for several years. Club Women near Kcports Miis i^ora Uc Coleman gave a detailed report on the lousiness alia frolesskmul Women's conlerence lor district five ol Hie state federation, at the mo:Ung last nignt of the local club. Mrs, H. L- Key- nolds, vvlio also nttciidcd me con- lerence nnd was lealuicd on the proKrani, added comments on tne Miss Clara Ruble made n report on a Dutcu picnic which incnmcrs oi the cluu E\iicndeJ two weeks ago AI i j arnijould. Waieimcloii was tcrved as refreshments at the meeting which «'as held nt the tlotf Hotel. Hold Ulblc Study, In taking up the usual monthly Bible study in the Woman's auxiliary of the First I'resbyterlnu church, Monday afternoon, Mrs. James H. Brooks laughi the third chapter of Remans. Tne meeting was held at the church. Bits of News Mostly Personal Osceola Society—Personal The Rev. W, J.: LeRoy, pastor, g»ye*a talk on 'well known Biblical : passages and "CoopcraVlon." The ^eyotlbniil, by Mrs. C. L. El- Irankiwhp used the Apostle's creed with** .prayer by the pastor, and of "Make Somebody Toiliy" and -'Jesus Calls Us" closed the'meeUng. '' • . .. Bo»rt MeeU. .'Uemljers of 'the executive board ip{ .'the* American Legion auxiliary, f in a^meeUng ffmi&y evening 'at / the.; homa -if the president, Mrs. Neill .Reed. .decided not to have an Wfijbtt.at the county, fair as was originally .punned, 'outer actirittes were discussed by the aerffl pnaent and the hostess •erred .dehetan refreshments In ; a brief •ocilfhour Miss Jane Buck Vent' 'to Memphis (ocay where slie attends dt Diary's scnool for girls. Mr. and'Mrs. A. a. Holland and cluiarcn, accompanied by Mrs, J neal'.uescll,' arc In Memphis today. aliss Florence Byers, snpcrinlend- ont . of nurses • at tnc blytlievillt Hospital,-has returned from South Haven, Kaiisi!, where sue siienl ihrt'e weeks vacation. T. G. Douglas, ol Scimlh. was n business visitor In the city Monday. Tom Sccoy attended to business in Nashville, Tcnn., over Hie weekend. Little Anne Garner, daughter of M{. and Mrs. J. K. Gurner of West Helena, is ihe guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little, ut the Hotel Noble. Miss Grace Moiiltrlc, of Mc::ri- sha, Is visiting friends licrc for several.days.' Mi. 'and Mrs. C. W. AiTiick have as their guest, Miss Mary SaUerflcld, of Mcnipnls, who will ue here until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. pimonlon and son, Billy Jr., have returned to their home In Covington, Tcnn., alter visiting Mrs. Simunton's sister, Mrs. Carrol IJhkemore, and Mr. BlnktMnorc. Mrs. K. y. Harris left yesterday for Uponevllle, Ark., where she will ue at the sanitarium. Martha Jane Ucalon, daughter of Mi. and Mrs. J. H. Ucalon, who has bcc:\ ill from typhoid fever fur two weeks, is ttcucr today. Among tnose iroai iicrc who attended Ihc luncral of K. E. Alexander's brother at CaruthcriVillc Kunciay afternoon \vcrc: W. U. Gravetlc, Cluunc Coajicv, Jim Burns, Ed Walker, accompanied by o. L. Oladisli ot Osceola. Fraiicb, Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. It. M. AdKinson, is improving. He has been 111 from malaria lor leu days. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Butt accompanied by Mrs. Furnworm UlacK and daughter. Betty, spent yesterday in Memphis. , W. R. Satlcrllcld, ot Memphis, was| a business vlslior hi Blyihc- vlile Monday. Tiie first circle meetings of the Mclliodlsl Woman's Missionary&>- clety following tlie Bummer vacation were hold yesterday afternoon with a large attendance at each meeting. Twenty-four members attended the meeting of chclc A held nt the home of Mrs. Morlavly with Mesdiimes Moriarly, J. T. Wlllox- 011, George Abrcy and Gilbert Qougli hostesses. Mrs, Will Segurs was in charge of the afternoon's program nnd a delightful social hour followed the business session. Refreshment weio served. Cirrio 1) met at the home of Mrs. S. M. 1 lodges with twcnty-sl,\ members present, Mesdnnies M. IX Crawford, Kale Chlscnliall inu! Morrow entertaining with Mrs. HcdKCB. The program was sponsored by Mrs. O. S. Battle and Mrs. E. S. Driver. Reports of money made by members during Hie summer were heard nt the business session and this was followed by a social hour when refreshments were served. • • * The Baptist Woman's Missionary union met In circles, elide No. 1 meeting with Mrs. J. S. Dillahunty. Plans for re-decorating the church Interior, which will te the goal of this circle during the year, were discussed and a study ol the book of Acts was decided upon for the year's study couise. Mrs. E. D. Hose led the devotional service. Circle No. 2 met with Mrs. Floyd Grimes, with Mrs. H. H. Jones leading the lesson which completed the study of "Only a Missionary," which has been the circle's study course during the p,\5t months. Programs lor the annual week of special prayer for state missions, which will be observed the first week In October, were discussed, and announcement made made of im executive board meet- Ing to b; held at Mrs. M. L. Sum- neiV home tomorrow afternoon. The Christian Workers, woman's organization of the First Christian church, :ncl yesterday afternoon at the lionic of Mrs. W. T. Ramsey. Miss Fannie Nlrhols is vlsitlns her sister, Mrs. C. E. Patsy, In Memphis this week. Mrs. Harry Drivtr is visiting her daughter,- Mrs. W. E. Johnson, and Mr. Johnson, In Litlle Heck I this week. She returned to Little Rock Saturday with Mis. Johnson ni'.ct small son, Genn, who spcnu last ivcck here. Vrhey were accom« panlcd by Miss Hose White, who is visiting Miss Mary Louise Adams. Mrs. G. T. Florida has as her tnest this week her sister-in-law, Mrs. C. P. Hale of Swcclwater, Tenn. Mrs. E. S. Driver and Mrs. J. S. Dillahunty, accompanied by Mr. Driver are hi Memphis today. Mrs. Oliver anil Mrs. Eric Fletcher had as their guests yesterday Mi'Xlamcs E. W. Wniiworih. Georgia Jones and Annie Murchlnsoi> of Blythevllle. Misses Louise Jones, Lcnnlc and Lucille Welch, who are attending Ihe Baptist college In Junesboro spent the week-end with relatives here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Boyd Oliver and children, and Mrs. J. W. Page ol Memphis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fletcher and Mrs. Oliver over the week-end, Mrs. Margaret Hale Is in Louisville, Ky., visiting her daughter Mrs. Charles Shontz, and Mr Shontz. She Is expected home during tlie lirsl week of October. Mrs. John Danchowcr, who Ii:i5 been sciiously ill at the homo ol Mrs. Guy Bryant here, Is improving. you You can mnkc or buy (oil stools lint ciiu l>c adjusted to any height Hint suits you. BY WM. B.. McKKNNKY Secretary American BrUfe Untie Occasionally It pays to discard a loser on a trick tint can be trumped In order to keen a certain hand In the lead. •WITH S-J.S-4-J H-4-7-5-2 E i gT B ~*' 5 <!_n in. c-A-io-8 S -J-'* H-J-10 0-MO- 6-3-2 BOUTH-DEAUR C-S-6-3 S-K-7-2' ' H-»-K-8-4-3 D-K-7-4 C-4-2 They come In Ihrcc-ply .folding ihape, clllicr In leather or covered In glazed chintz or oil cloth that can be wiped off wllh a damn cloth. One of the prettiest ones of this tlirce-ply type lias black oil clolh fcr Its lowest Equnrc, silver oil cloth (or Its middle square, and red for Ihc top. In addition to the comfort derlvod from having the exact helslit you want In a foot stool, this type can be turtle^ either side up that suits your room's color scheme beet. 5/ee/e . * Society—Personal Miss Ketha Crest spent. Monday night In Ciiruthcrsvlllo as tbj guest of Miss Salllc llamra, Otis Popham, editor of the Missouri Herald, at Haytl, Missouri was a Stcelc visitor Thursday. Mesdames Alma Grlsson and Lottie McMullin were Blythevllle visitors "Friday afternoon. Mrs. L. C. Spencer was called to the bedside of her father Mr. N. Sanders of Joiner, Ark., who is •y 111 In the Methodist hospital i Memphis, Saturday. MUses Ruth McDanlel, Elolse lark, and Mary Newt Oarr attend- d the show in Haytl Sunday eve- ing. Mrs. Clifford May had al her nest Thursday her mother, Mrs. loble CniHharl of Holland. Mcsdames H. E. Doerner and icrap ChUm. were In. Memphis SAVINGS INCREASE MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., (UP)— An Increase of more than $2,185,000 ill saving dciraslls since Kept. 10 1920, was reported by two leading banking institutions. Savings deposits ol the First National Bank increased from $19,488,000 In 1923 to 519.523,000 this year TliOiC o[ tho Farmers and Mechanics Sav ings Dank jumped froai $00.551,43^ to $G'2.GW,9DO. Irm/Grajritt mission study leader ga>e the first lesson.In the Mw book *t the meeting of the mtawnary society of i'.v Methodist church Monday at- at the church The Trail ff the OonqueaUdort is the IIKc fljf v «ie iXNnpreheiuive stjdy wiiicli PfMBlaes to a* Mung the.most in- t«r»«ttnf mUtion reviews used by tfcfc group In the devotional led by Mrs. H. ? W 1 Denton and offered prayers. New Fangled Love Stories Keep Arkansan Young .MULBERRY ,Ark., iVJl'J —Mt>. Rotoah-Turner, .knsvin as •"aimllc" to ;the : populace of this mountain sldt'.ihas 'objected to being called old'.at the age of 83, "because thcs: new-tangled love stories won in keep anyoho young." Snc spendi her 11111.2 reading tho stories and 11 makes her feel "like darting.all over again," she said. D RIDGE WEST S-M-5 H-9-8 D-fl-98 C-K-Q-J- 7-5 ace. • The live of diamonds U returned from the dummy which the declarer wins with the kinc. Declarer now lends tlw seven of diamonds, trumping In the dummy wit,h the seven of hearts. The nlno of clubs Is next led from dummy, East playing the six, declarer the d?uce, West winning the trick with the Jack. West now lends Hie iiiietn of clubs, dummy plays the ten, East the eight and the declarer refuses lo trump Uw trick, discarding the deuce of spades. He Is now as- cured of going game. If West re- lurns a spade, declarer Is bound lo make his king of spades. If a tlub Is returned, tho declarer will . The Bidding At contract, South, the cVjalcr, would ojKji with ono heart West, holding two high card Iricks and a biddable four-card suit, would be justified In bidding two clubs. North jumps the bid to three hearts and South, having more than a nijnlmum, now takes the contract to four blurts.- The PUy West's strongest suit Is clubs, and as it Is headed with king-1 queen, tlic king is led, dummy' wining the trick with tlic ace. A Email trump is next led from dummy which the declarer wins wllh the king. Declarer now leads the ace of trumps, picking up the re- mutulng trump in the opponent's hands. Declarer's next lead Is a small diamond, West plays the eight, dummy winning the trick with the liump In dummy lutng spade. and discard a, By discarding a loser and keeping thtj lead hi the Wcit hand, declarer has gone yamc. Wilson Society— Personal 'TUESDAY,-SEPTEMBER 25, 1936 Bcal, wlio are atlciidlug coll"go in Jonesboro spjnt the week end Here wllh relatives. Mrs. Jim Slroud, Miss Mlnle Mai'- r and Miss Virginia Fcruu on were' C. O Williamson Is attending a GODdyear Tire Co. meeting In Akron, Ohio Ihis week. Dr, and Mrs. J. R. Gideon and Granvllle Hodge were til Memphis Sunday. E. Y. Fitch was in Memphis Saturday acting as Judge for the agriculture department of the Fair. Horace Burr undi Tec! Cotncr were in Jonesboro Monday. Ray Hutson of Carlisle is visit- Ing hts brother Wily Hutson for a few weeks. Lowery Pace and Miss Ca&sle Clayton wero In Gilmorc Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. R. PMC. Raymond Holder and Albert Greemvall were In Memphis Thursday. Hugh Williams and Ernest Mc- Alcxander drove to Jonosboro Sunday. Eila Me Elyrca uiid Blanche „, ., ... - °n were In Blythcville Sunday afternoon Mlts I-es(a Porter, who tpnit f.ii-- ernl 'days'.In Memphis, returned home Saturday night. France produced more than i,. 000,000 gallons of wine laU year, and now has a surplus of 3QU,OQ().- 000 gallons above the requirement! ci Hie market. Abraham Lincoln, six feet four inches, was the tallest President of the United State-j. CHICKEN DINNER SAT. SEPT. 271li. Given By The WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY Of The LAKE STREET METHODIST CHUItCli In The Building Formerly Occupied By Tfic Bootery. . . . . ; Mrs. ; Halph Hiitchlnson of Carulh- rsvllle visited relntives lj;re Tiles; ay. Mr. nnd Mrs- Walter Evans and amily returned to their home in .lltle Rock, Ark. Saturday after ponding a week iKre with ieli\- Ivcs. Norvell Lang, Bcnnle Wolfson, i>d Bruce Fisher of Caruthersville isited here Wednesday. Miss Jo-cphlne Holly has bccu 'Islting friends and relatives hi Jaruthersvillc this week. Mr. nntl Mrs. Rotcrt Williams, )»d ns their Sunday guest Mrs. U. ". \Villlams and daughter. Leo Paul Bell, Edna Wright, Mildred Horton nnd Fumie Fnrris, all spent lust, week end with her sister here Mrs. Jr,e Pounds. Miss Cha'rllna.McCord of Cnruth- CKVllle was the guest of Miss Lu- cjlte Southern Thurrsday. .Mr- Charlie Southern motored to Harrlsburg, Ark., Friday evening to see Mr. Spears and Mr. Baxter who w.;re in a very serious accident when their truck turned over killing two other men. Mr. Baxter and Mr. Spears are reported in a very serlcus condition. The six months "old son of Mr. and Mrs Jim Bob Onrroll departed ^hls life Tuesday morning at their home in this city. • When the parents went to see about tire bnby early Tuesday morning they found it doacl. The child has been ill for some time, but twis not considered very serious. s. Jay Williams had as her Vest last week end Mrs. Ida utilla of Kenn^tt. Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stout arc the appy parents of a U\i. lb. baby oy born Sunday evening. The :tle man will answer to the name Hoyt McDanlel Stout Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bailey M,:s- anies G. 6. Farris and Caro Court *y shcppcd in Blythcville Friday. Bill Crysler of Caruthersville •aimtlcd business here Wcdnes- ay. A red sinisci, with clouds lower- Jig later, Is said to indicate rain The population of the entire world titlin nr.Mcnl lime Is estimated ul pout two billion. arc attending school of Dcnton, icre. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wright and laughter Edna and Miss Elsie Donton, all of Denton, attended church licre Thursrday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hays Smith are lie proud parents of a seven pound bnby girl born last Tueiday cvc- ilng. Mrs, Sinilii will (>c remembered by lior many friends as Miss 'velyii Holly of Cooler. Miss Evelyn Frakcs . of Micoli Drug-taking Is very widespread in Egypt, where it Is estimated Hut i 500 W.O out' of a population at 14, Many New 0«st For Old Household Standby Women have longconsidered"SUod ord" Parowai the ideal seal when making jelly, jams, and preserve* But practical houaewives have discovered many new uses for Parowax. On "Blue Monday," a stick of P«ro- war, ilnvfd into tKe wash boil er, will help to take th« dirt out of clothes. Atea»poonfulof hot Parowax mixed with l /i pound of hot etnrch imparts BmcothneM, luitre, and finish; and preventa the iron from sticking. ' Paronnxis iplendidtouBflinrloan- ing fowl and game. Clip th« wings, and remove tho coarse, guard feather), leaving tha bird covered with down. Then melt Parowax and, with a clean paint bruih, coat tho bird with Parowax. When cool and hard, simply pull off tho Parowax and every feather lift* off. When putting away metal tools, knives, etc., which will not bo used ODO.OW are victims of the vies. Egyptians are said to spend nearly 15 per head of the total population on drugs annually. for time, n»H Parowax coyer the implement* with a coating ofit Thi»ia»iur«preTentivoofruat Sold by all dealers. 1-Ib. carton- four BUdu-lSc, Aiv, From vacationing means immediate atlcn- tion to ln-.tuty needs. forms! alTiirs will ioou be here. Check up on Four Sjtin- Oi* bleach racial will rrmuvc tan anrt Hinliiirri and restore jour smotth, ivliitc skin. \ our Hands!>n dry and unkrmpl from Solfinjr and s«i ...... i nj -. Uur nil manicures arc a necessity. Your Hair- Come in for a "lourli-up" Wave frr Ihost few inches Hnl have trown out ^liicr yr.iir spring \vavr. SVEC1AI, PERMANENT until Octobtr I. -S5.95 • liugcnc rrrmancnt $10. H"scr Wave 50c. Kvrry Wcdneiil.iy: Free iiunicnrc Milli every farl.il ^iiiounliiij; tu S1.50 or more, E/o/s Beauty Shoppe At Forum's— Fhone 505 The loud shrill noise of the atyclid is made only by the male nd Is producing by raising and pwcring the wings. Followng a drouth, watch out for fevers, especially Typhoid. There are indications that we are liable to have an epidemic of Typhoid Fever all over the drouth affected area. , Eliminate the fear of this dreaded disease by taking the Typhoid Inoculation. We have plenty on hand—Consult your Doctor today. TYPHOID-PARA-TYPHOID VACCINE—$1.00 Kirby-Bell Drug Co. Phone 23 Kirby Drug Co. 1(01 Phone 89 ne will a I ways stand out ;HESTERFIELD CIGARETTES are manufactured by LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO, pp,

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