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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COWUEK -NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 20,-1933 COURIER NEWS COSIPtlJIENTARl" TICKET this Ticket Will Admit 3. \V. Raydor and companion 6GZ North Fifth —t» the— B1TZ TIIEATEB —to see— "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm' Social Calendar . WEDNESDAY'S EVENTO Mr, and Mrs. J. Morris Moon entertaining Golden Rule Sunrtnj school class ot First, Clirastlni chuicii at fi:SO o'clock. \Vecliicsday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. James H. Belt Mrs. L. H. Moore having Wednesday Contract club. Chapter "D' 1 ot P. E. O. Sister hood meeting at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. T. J. Mahan. Delphian meeting at 0:30 a.m. a Hotel Noble. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A, B. Fan-field having Mid week Bridge club. Thursday Afternoon club meet ing with Mrs. Louis Applebaum, Mrs. Everett B. Gee entertain ing Thiiredny Luncheon club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. Edgiir Borum. FLAPPER FANNY Dudley Denton To Wed Frances Burns Sunday Announcement has boeu made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Frances Kathryn Burns, of Flint, Mich., daughter of Albeit Burns of St. Louis, and Dudley W. Denton, son of Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Denton. The wedding will be solemnized Sunday afternoon at the home of the Rev, nnd Mrs. W. B. Clcmmev, of St: Louis, by the Rev. Oscar C. Johnson, pastor of the Third Baptist church of that city. Miss -Burns lived here about ten years ago when she went to St. Lolils to fanko her home with her grandmother, the late Mrs. J. B. Hyland, 'itiid her a(int, Mrs. Vena Henlt-y. Upon graduation from the Beaumont' high school there, she attended- a' school ^of designing in tnat city tor Iwo jears. After that, time."she. was connected with several dress establishments In St. Louis before.she.recently moved to Flint.'iShe/liaslvlsitert here a number ^of times as the guest of Mrs. Henley, and Mr and Mrs E R ' ' Bita of News Mostly Personal Mrs. norms:: Matthews was flu BUcsl ol Mrs. Ed Hlilppeu, of Os ceolii, yesterday afternoon and las night Mi innl Mrs. liciniy Ilnrpo UIH Mrs. IJernnrd Oooch arc spendlni loday In Memphis. Mrs. Dan Orrell, who has bed under observation for Uie pas week ill- the Memphis Baptist bos plliil. ifturaed home last nlghU Miss Frcida Secoy, Mis-s Dori Seeoy and Miss Ixurulne Sccoy, o Joneslwrn, visited friends her Sunday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. John Walter tin of Union Oily, Tetm.. spent Sun day here. icli, who underwent a major op-! daughter, Barbara Hanks, acCoin- ratlon today a I the Mctliodtst panled by Pearl C'arlwrlghl, 'visited icspital. Surgconu removed a Bill Banks, who is n student In A. icrvc in her face, which has been 1 & M. College at Jonesuoro, the lat,- aufting neuralela and compllca- j ler part of the week. Ions, for some lime. Ifer son Amdng tlic bUBiness visitors In ook her down yesterday and Mrs. Salmon went down this morning. Miss Cora Lee Coleman returned last night Irom Washington, D. C., where she attended Ihe national convention of the Daugh- ol the American Revolution, New York city, and oilier points of Interest in the cast. She accompanied Mrs. John W. Bdring- lon. of Osccola. Mr. and Mrs. Joe llumiihrey and daughter, Shirley Anne, of Hipley, Tenn.. spent Ihe weekend liere with relatives. Osceola Society — Personal Briilc-elecl Honored Ushering in Uie series ol prc- iiiipllal affairs to be given for Miss Hale, Louise Hale, whose inarriaRe lo F. C. Toler spent the weekcn Arllnir L. Rogers of New Albany In Memphis with Mrs. Toler who Miss, ami Washington, O. C.. «'il tnkc place on town this week were Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Halliburton o( Memphis, I,. P. Nicholson and Koley NumiiUty of Tyronaa, C. J. Manslicld and Eu- ;ene c. Barton of Joncsljoro. prc.s- nml vice president of the Barton-Mansfield Lumber Co. Billic Carpenter of Memphis was ho guest of Pearl Cartwrlghl Monday. Mrs. Ham Uoblc accompanied by icr r,lslcr, Mrs. J. A. Moran of r ort Scott, Kansas. Mrs. R. G Bryan nnd Mrs. Thomas P. Florida ire on a motor I rip lo Washington WillitvtnslnirG. Virginia, and ollici nolnls ol Intoresl in Hie cast. Thej will IIP iuviiy about two .weeks. T. C. Rims of Southwest Oklahoma, is here au relief operator foi .he Western Union, while Mrs. Ira Wriglit is on vacation. John P. Kciser returned Sumla. night, from a lour days dip to Mohtcayle, Tenn.. oilier places o Interest in (he Cumberland Mountains, Muscle shoals and Wilsoi Dam, Alabama. He and Miss Genial Thompson, home economics leach cr in (lie Keiscv hl(;h school, vrcr in charge of the annual trip made 1ms been taking treatments there. Mrs. Toler accompanied him home yestordny. Mrs, J. F. Nebhut and daughter, Miss Billic, Miss Mary Revell and Mrs. Flora GrIITtti. of Sells, Tenn.. May 21, was the bridge parly given hy Mrs. Ou> Brynnt at, l)(?r home on Thursday night. Twelve tables of player were present, Sharing honors will Mis?; Hale vns Mrs. Jettle Drivei lie dllTcrenl liomcs nnd gardens that section. At 1:30 o'clock hey will be Ihc e«csts of the club ,t a ten. Anyone who wishes lo join the iHgi-lmagc may do so by contact- ill; either Mrs. D. A. Bugg or Mis. Barham. Marriage Licenses Only two couples applied at tbe Blyllievlllc office of the county court clerk for a license to wed during the pasl week. Tlic were Woodrow Cole and Miss Odic Lee. Iralh ol Manila, whose marriage was performed by Magistrate T. li. Uassldy. and W. A. Ward, ol Dell, and Mrs. Hnltic Patterson, of Tnuuaiin. Everything for your enter tainmcnt and comfort. Admission Matinee lOc & 26c Admission Niifht 16c & 36o Head Courier News Waill Ads. Watch Society Page 01 Courier News For Free Show Guests TONIGHT HOW YOU-CAN ATTRACT MEN PrTt'l let love anil romance P.IM you }'>'. Men like Kills with lofa ol rw?p nnrl energy. b.v school. senior cliitjs of the higl) So GtaiL taking tinlD-prov . . Finkham'a Vegelal)tc Compound anil nnlo Ihe diflerfficc. Pinkhain'fi Oortmnijnd. in*<]n ttpfcialty for n-orncit Iron) wholesome hcrl'S mid roots, helps Naluie tone up your system ann" thus calms irritable nerves anil gives you more pep to really enjoy !l[e. • For over CD years one woman has tolti another fioiv to £0 "smiling thru" distress from fpuiafe functional dirorrfm with rfnfvham'B Compound. Let it help YOU! ~ "Penny for your thought, kkl." v "I WHS thinking about trying to bbi'row'a "nickel." Mr Si pi;iitnn !•> tHD grandson of the late "Judge J-Iotrls, who was n member of the constllutioml convention In 1890 and the first U. S. eenntor from Ihe state of Mississippi He was graduated from the Meridian high school nnd later in- landed Washington nhd Lee University, nt Lexington, Va.. nnd Tulane University;. nl New Orleans. He was' formerly .engaged in business with his father, but has recently been connected with the Arkansas Missouri power Corporation;. ... Following the ceremony, the couple will relum here to make their home'with. Mr. Denton's parents at 1109 west Main street. "Will Sponsor Dance . The Jewish Ladles Aid will spoil-' sor. a : dance Thursday night, at 8:30 o'clock, at the Osceola Community house. • » * Chapter "U" Invitetl To ratty Jn llcnncU A number of members of Chapter "D" ol the p JB. O. sisterhood given Ihls afternoon by the Kennett, chapter in honor of the local group end the Ciiruthcrsrllle chapter. Among Ihoje who attended, were: Mrs. A. Coiiwuy. Mrs. J, A, Leech. Mrs. Paul L. Tipton. Mrs. Hay Worthlnglon, Mrs. 0. n, Babcock, Mrs. Walker II. Baker, Mrs. ' William tawshe, tors. B. A. Lynch Mrs. M. O. -Unrey, Mrs. Charles a. j Lemons, Mrs. % J. Wahan, Mrs. Everett B. Gee. Mrs. Maricn Williams and Mrs. R. F. Kirshner. . * » V Elected Class President Benny Fendter, of-Manila, who v.-as; graduated from the city M e h school, has recently beon elected president of the senior class of '3H nn3 '30 beginning-with the July term of the University of Tennessee Medical school at Memphis which he now attends. Mr. Fcndler, who worked at. the BlylhtvUle hospital here last summer under local docters. ha.-, received the ranking of an honor student In the unlversltj. Hear Conference Rt-porl Mrs. Fred Harnin, dclcp.at? from the local Woman's Missionary society of the First Methodist, church to the 2-ith annual meeting of the Missionary Conference held in Helena, save n report on tl:c con-! vcnttai »l the meeting of the so- : cltty at (he church yesterday. Mrs. Earl Buckley was )n charge nf (he devotional following whlcli Wlw Marian Tompkfns, who recently Won hc'hors In a contest ol tile district literary meet In Jonesboro. played a piano solo. Tin: group" postponed until iho next meellng voting on whether or not they will have the May breakfast tMi year. lington and Mrs. George M. Hunt were hostesses. Mrs, Lvnch, a member of chapter "D" of the P. E. O. slslcrhood and n former president of the slate organization, was the only guest. A mixed bouquet ot garden flowers were placed hi,the center of the dining tnble where the two course luncheon was served. Atlrac- tive plncecards decorated with the P. E. O, emblem were used. • Mrs. Dixie Crawford, and Mrs. Wi D. McClurkin BBVe reports on the state convention hi Conway, in ft program which followed. A motion was passed to pay tlie national registration-of Ihe Lunge troop of the Girl Scouts. Class Will Have Stcnk Sunpcr Tonlghl. L. U. AiUry's Sunday school class of the First, Baptist church have a steak supper al the Rustic Inn tonight, 7:30 o'clock. :\vllen To Have Informal Dance At Glencoe Hotel Room Previous lo the opening of the new "dance nml cut" room nt the Glencoe Hold, Ihe younger sets of Ihc city will be guests nt a drop'ln thore fonlyhl, it has been announced by Miss Nellie Smith, manager of Uie grill. Tlic official opening of the room has been set, for Thursday night, but the young people will be guests at Ihls "preVUe" nffnlr which begins at 8100 o'clock. There will be music for dancing. who has been the houacguest, ol whose wedding occurred her sister, Mrs. Nebhut, spent February. Sunday and Sunday night In Ar-1 A color motif of pink and bin lington, Tenn.. with Mrs. Nebhul's'was employed in tlic decorations o daughter, Mrs. Barton Bond, and tlic Bryant home, with baskets am Mr. Bond. Monday, Mrs. Griffin re- i vases of pink peonies tied will turned to her home, while Mrs. blue ribbon, predominating. Mr Nebhut. . Miss Nebhut and - Miss Bryant was assisted in entertaining Revell spent the day In Memphis, toy lier niece, Mrs. D. S. Laney, They relumed home lost, night. | lit the bridge games, Mrs. Ruth Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Collins, of little Carlisle was high scorer, willi Memphis, came, up yesterday lo be Mrs. A. W. fiowen ns second high, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Third prize went to Mrs. O. E. B. Duvid nml Mrs. B, F. Potter for Massengill, Mrs. W. R. Dyess won the week. (he traveling prluc while Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green will, H. Young was given consolation, attend a parly to be given tonight Miss Hale nnd Mrs. Driver were by Mr. ami Mrs. Russell Bawcn plven embroidered pillow cases. at llic'ir Luxorn liomo. Mrs. B. F. Potter spent the week end In Memphis as the guest oi hoi sister, Mrs, C. R. Collins, mid Mr. Collins. Mrs. Jess Horncr, who has been ill at her home since Thursday, Is improved today though she Is slljl confined lo her bed. Dr. E<lnn nnd Dr. Cnrl Mies rintl Wedding bell iullles were tisetl and the pink and blue colors used in the refreshment phitc. Receiving with Mrs. Uryanl and Ihc honorees was Mrs. Dwipht H. Blackwoocl, mother o[ Mrs. Driver. Mr. ami Mrs. Den Green of-Hot Springs are here for a visit with her son, Dean Hatcher and Mrs. the "Rcils" will ctiterltiin the "Blues" because llu 1 "neds 1 ' lost in a cchlest held lor two months. The M present iast, Sunday will be guesl.i nnd other members of the class are invited, it lias beeh announced by noscoe Crnftnu, president. Wilson Society—Personal Sponsors Boat Excursion At San Souci Thursday On Thursday, May 5, "The Cnp- llol" will anchor at Snn Souci landing under the auspices of Ihc United Daitghtcre of the Confederacy for Ihe lirsl boat exclusion of. Ihc season. It Is hoped that sillficient funds will be realized from this nffair to finish buying Ihc furniture for the memorhil room nt (he Blythe- villc hospital which Is a project of Ihc United Daughters of the Confederacy. their housCBUesl. Dr. Edna Mies' llnlcher. They will also visit Mr. mother. Mrs. Mury Phllliber, pi Green's relatives in Blythevillc. in Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Packard and children spent- the weekend iii Sliclbyvlllc, Mo., sjienl Sunday Memphis. W. At. I'. Meeting. 'Ihc Uaptst Woman's Missionary Union held ils regular monthly social meeting Monday nflcruoou. at the home of Mrs. Albert. Greenwell, with Mrs. \V. T. Beall ir, co- hcslcss. Altei' the btisincso ineel- n|, a dovolionnl \var> conducted by Mrs. W. A. Williams. A salad tours? was served l>y the hostess, lolloping games :>ml conlesls. At the Hospitals Mr&. Gi'ay \Vcsl. who under- iit an operation nt the BlyUic- tillc hospital, was returned lo her he me In Manila today In a Holt ambulance. 'Ihc Rev. J. L. Newsom. who Mr. ami Mrs. Bascotn G. Green Alamo. Tenn.. with Mrs. Packard's and daughter. Miss Virginia. Blnu parents. On Iheir return. Ihey vls- " - " ited Mr. B. L, Presson, superintendent of the grade school, who.is u patient at the Baptist hospital, Ipl- lowlng nu operation for appendiclts last week. :>-...':: Mr. and Mrs. 1. S. Burton hail us their guests for the weekend, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bur- Ion of Paragould. They were uc- coinpahlSd by a nephew, Hays'Bur- ton, nnd D. M. McHauey. Mrs.' E. J. Rcltt of PlUsboro. Miss, is here for a visit with her son, E. n. Reid and family. Mi's. G. HarUill Bunks and R. Maxwell, all of Memphis. Mr. and l\]rs. J. A. Pigg and daughter, Evelyn Jean, and Charles .T.. Maif- Kdl. of Gsceoln. were guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Rclnml Green yesterday. Mrs. W. F. Brewer and her sisters, Mrs. J. C. Chcekc, of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. W. G. Kicbler. of Enid, Okla., are leaving tomorrow for PiiriiK'ah, where they will visit their old home in Kentucky. From there, Mr;;. Brewer will return home, but her sisters will continue Iheir trip to Richmond, Va., Washington, D. C., New York, N. Y.. and oilier places of interest in the cast. Mr. and Mrs. ticorge Guard alid Miss Belly Lou Brannon, of EquiU- ily, III, nnd Mrs. W. T. Warlord, of El Dorado, III., arrived ycster-1 clay to bo wllh J. b. Guard, who is critically III at the Blythevilfe hospital. Group To Make Tour Of Homes, Buildings 'Ihc Dogwood Home DeinonstiTi- (ion club in cooperation with (lie garden department t)f the Woman's club is sponsoring a garden pilgrimage Wednesday in observance oi "Better Homes" week which is new in process. Those who arc making the pilgrimage will meet at the New Liberty .schnolhousc tomorrow at 0:011 o'clock for n program to be presented by the; school children ami a talk by L. H. Aulry, superintendent of tlie school at. Burdel tc. AI Di'lli o'clock, the pilgrimage through the gardens of Blythevillc will begin at the recently completed Coca Cola plant. The loin will (hen be continued with nn inspcclicn of the gardens of Miami Mrs. Frank C. Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Affiick, Mr. and Mrs. A. Comvay. Mr. and Mrs. G G. Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs^ Carrol Blakemorc, Mr. and Mrs George W. Barhnm, and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Kigcr. At iiooii, there Kill be a po luck lunch on the grounds of Ilic B. A. Bugg residence followiv, which Ihe group will go lo Dei where the Home Demonstratioi club there has planned a lour o LOVE GOES ON A SWING SPREE .. .in glorious, goy Poree. Hoppy romantic onlks Alexander Korda's first big musical hill Ide Cham Slcidio offers Ihe very new- fit thing in foihjonablG corselry — your figure "done over 11 to suit your personal needs. I his is the niefhod now in vogue in Ihc smallest metropolitan circle*. It includes expeit figure analv 5 ' 5 / careful study o! youi figure type and complete figure trans- foi morion, oblai noble only in o Charis or Swavis foundation, 'Phone or wiitn locfay far full informal Jan. No obligation. MRS. C. V. MICHAEL 1105 \V. Asli Hlreet Klyllieville "tJxcliisiivc Distributor for Mississippi County'' WITH PATRICIA EUIS JACK HULBERT If IHORNIOH fKEELAND ' Alsn selected sliorls Adinisiioii Matinee tOc & Jtic Adniisfiioii Niglil lOu- & 'Me Weds. - Thurs. SHIRLEY JEMPLE Scniur I'liiy to Be rresenlnl. "SpfCirtlrig Alons." lilay, *-ill l;o prcM'iilid the senior 11! the Wil- hinh sclicxil inulllorium Friday night. 7;30 o'cltKk. April "0. There will he specialties between acts, and the public Is Invited. has been undergoing treatment, inj Memphis. Ims returned home and underwent a tonsitectomy today at Ihe Blythevillc hospital. Mrs. Lucilc It.yttcr. 910 We^l Walnut clrccl, underwent a major opcfnllon tcday at the Bly- thevillc hcspltal. Mrs. II. C. McUougal, oi Ucar- cy. underwent a major operation fit the Walls hospital today. Mrs. W. K. Salmon underwent a major operation at Ihe Memphis Mclticrilst hospital today. Miss Ediui Mac Howard, of Osceola, is a patient at SI. Joseph's hospital. Memphis. Mrs. J. D. Staniiold was admitted to Ihc Memphis Baptist hospital ycslerday. The condition ol J, L,. wlio has been critically Guard, ill for several days, is definitely belter this afternoon. He Is at the Bly- (hevllle hospital where he underwent an operation for appendi- Ulls Thursday night. Mis. \V. A. Grlmtnclt returned SUinduy from Hot Springs, where she has trrcn spending some lime while recuperating from a severe Illness. As she wns entering the car to return home r,hc fell mid in doing so, sprained her right arm. The Kcv. and Air;,. S. H. Minioni are in Memphis with the Hcv. Mr. Salmon's mother, Mrs. W. R. Sal- Mr, and Mr;;. L<:c Wesson had a'i Ihtlr week-end sueslr,. Miss Mnl- lie Darnell and Albert Mallury. of. Memphis. ] Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trammel' T\CIO Sunday guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Amiable and family in Os- cecla. | Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner of' Llt'.lc Berk, Ark.. . vislled Ma: Faulkner's parents, the Rev. and Mrc. K. w. Faulkner, over the! week-end. Mrs. v. G. Mann returned Monday nisht fioiu Cleveland. Mi«,.; Khcre she vlsttrd her brother, who is ill in a hrepitnl Iherc. Mr «nel Mrs. J*ck Otis and daughter. Alyce Caialyn. left Friday for ceveral days vlr.it v,-|lh relatives in Ford.vce ami Shprlrtaji. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. o. K. UIOM and son, ,loc E.irl, visited in Hernan- cto. Miss., Suiulny. 'Hie female deep-sen nnglcr ii is large and carries Ihe lillle male "Inched to Its body. A. R. Wctcnkiimp & Co. Agents Memphis Tent A Aivning Co. Call 187, 758 or 330-W for Fre< Estimates. BlythevllICi Aik. GRAND DADS Peaberry COFFEE Always Fresh Buy a Package Today A handy carton of Coca-Cola... so easy to carry OF SIJNNYBROC fARM RANDOLPH SCOTT M« HALEY • GIORIA SIUAST PH'llllS BKOOKS • HEIEN WESIltV SUM 5UMMKV111C . BUI KO6INSOM HAYMOW SCOIT QUINTET .vi) Fill-amount Ncus & ricinrial Admission Maliuce 10e .t Vic Admission Niglil ICc & 3Ci- ROXY Admission alw.-iys HJc S- '^Cc Maliiiccs Sat. & Sunihiy Nislil slmns—Box Office Open 7:00 p.m. Stions slarl 7:15 p.m. J5ntcrt.ilr.ed Mrniters 0! DIP "N" ciitipijT ot the P. R, O.: ulsttrliowl *<•>!• cji- lertalnctf at a. luncheon • Saturday fttj'rnoon •l.'Uw'-hMM.tif Mrs. D. A. Lvnch whi.n Miss AlU Ma<; Gar- Bear) Courier Neivs Want Ads. Meats and Groceries At A Savings Shop and Save Here We pay Highest Prices On Poultry at all Times. GAMES MKT, 118 W. Main St. Phone S3 \VK ARK NOW SHOWING OUR NEW 1938 AUTO SEAT COVERS New Slyles & I'altcins Neiv Low 1'riccs $1.95 lixpeit Installation ;it No Kxtra Cost A (jOMI'l.KTK STOCK I'OR ALL MAKK CAKS WE URGE YOU COME TO Headquarters For Auto Seal Covers 'Before You Uuy. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 301 W. Walnut St. I'll. G33 Trying time of the month, but she ~ J her work! Tue.-Wed.-Thur. carton of Coca-Col convenience. So easy to cnrrs designed for it is an idea dealer/or your icebox fWTOffliiJ) .wTOBVlUliKI TMCS. Wort, .t Thurs. will nol he Might Mils week ouinp t,, jf, e prizes t» be given away each COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Pli(i1ic-3GG • ' Blythevillc

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