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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVtLLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 3, i'J38 Here's Long and Short Of House Coat Styling COURIER NEWS COMTLIMENTARV TICKET This Ticket WiU Admit Fred Saiulefur & Companion 723 W. Ash 1 -to «x»— KITZ THEATEB "IN- 'OLD CHICAGO- 1 FLAPPER FANNY Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS ' Sudbury Parent Teacher assn- •ciatlon meeting- at 3:00 o'clock ill school poccded by executive board 'meeting at 2.30 o'clcok. ': Mrs. Farnsworlh Black having Wednesday Bridge club. ' .Wednesday Contract club meet• Ing'with Mrs. Fred Rutherford. Ladies 1 Blbto Study , of Church of Cluist meeting with Mrs S L Webster 2 JO o clock THURSDAY'S EVENTS Jlrs C A Cunningham eutei 'tainlng Miil-Week Bridge club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs A T Clear Sirs. Ross D. Hughes Jinvlng ''Thursday Luncheon club. Thurada) Contract duo meeting with Mrs Edgai Bortim ifrs. C. E. Wilson eiiterlalr.In; her bridge club Methodist Oiurcli choir Im'ng supper part} vn church tnsemcnt 0 30 p clock Jewish Ladles' Aid meeting 0:00 oclcc* vulh Mrs William Nlcnols 'of Osccola, Altar Society of Church of tin •Immaculate Conception sponsoring bingo party 8 03 p in at C ithollc Hall EVENTS Ladies' Bible class of First Meth- lodist church having.a dutch supper at church, 1:00 o'clock. ; SATURDAY b EVENTS I'- Children of Confederacy moetinr •with Mra. James B. Onrk 1'or picnic lunch and piogram at 11 00 oclo n k Bits of News Mostly Personal J. L. Guard, who has been critic ally ill lor some time, is now much mproved. He Is at the Blythcvllle :iospital, where he underwent an operation for appendicitis almost two weeks ago. Mr. mid Mrs. K. u .LaPcriiy left .Saturday night for Washington. D. C., where they will visit Mr. LaFcrney'fi skier, Mrs. J. L. Caraway, this week. '. David Travis, ivlio has been III ill his home, 627 West Walnut street, for two weeks from mumps and malaria, Is unimproved. 111' C'AltOL IMV The pallcrn for this hcu.sc coal i;; perforated in two lengths so lhal you can have it eilber way. In Hie IOIIB length, it's sweeping and elegant and you'll feel romantic and queenly, (tailing about in it. The short length is handy for a beach coat or liouso frock. Notice Hie unusual and nattering neckline, tlie pull .sleeves, llic fullness cleverly gnlhered at the sides, leaving a flat panel in front. Choose taffeta, chintz, dotted Kvrlsx or printed percale for Pattern 8218, In the most nattering color you can find. And send for our new pallcrn hook, which full of similar smart ideas fov casy- lo-make fashions. Pallern 8218 is designed for 12. 14. 1C. 18. 20 and 10. Size 14 requires 5 1-4 yards of 35-inch materials for tlie full length; 4 3-4 yards for llic short. Contrasting collar, If desired, takes 1-3 yard. For a PATTERN of this allrac- tlvc model send 10c In COIN, your NAME, ADDRESS. STYLE NUMBER and SIZE lo THE COURIER NEWS TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU, It STERLING PLACE, BROOKLYN, N. Y. 'Ihe new SPRING AND SUMMER PATTERN COOK, 32 pages of attractive designs for every .size and every occasion is now ready. Mrs. C. O. Hires left yesterday afternoon for Forrest City to be ' ;lic guest of Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Bradshaw, who formerly lived iicrc. She will bo nwny until the 2nd of Hie week. Mrs. C. W. Hcate, of Memphis, and Mrs. Finis Raybum and daughter, Mrs. Roy Lillle, of Atlanta. Ga., arrived yesterday lo be the guests of Mrs, H. a. Wlckhani., Miss Bess Hall and Mr. and Mr> A. a. Hall. They plan lo returii tomorrow, Alex Thomas Thonias, of Savannah, Ga., arci , . - -.- - •—-•spending n few days With Mrs.' 8 teltt "' e /°" will enjoy. Let Hie ;(f | clmrining designs In this new book : \ and Mrs. 'A. Photographs sho'.v dresses made from thcsc Patterns being worn; "You yoin' to give n birthday parly this year, Chuck?" "I dunno—Inst year I just about'broke even when one of the ii'Uj's couklu't cotne and sent a present imywity." Have Social and •Bnsmcsi Meeting Atqupd SD members -ittcnclcd tlie '"business aixl social meeting of We Woman s Missionary Union of the iirst iiptlst church jcstcniaj afternoon at the church v>hcn Mrs H H Biook^ read the btrfptiuc an1 Mrs. T. W. Jeffries reported on the state W etna is Missionary Union v>hich met in Little Rock April 5 G and T<h Pri\er3 \\ere offered b> Mrs Wai tc-r Bishop ana Mrs J H Smalt jr, riming the afternoon First Christian church yesterday. aftcrnom at the homo of Mrs. J.I Cecil Lowe. I Following the devotional, which | was led by Mrs. Geo.ee \V. Ear-: l:am, Mrs. George W. Patterson talked on "Animism". Other rc- h5icns which were discussed were the "Religions That Cnmo Out of Persia" b>- Mrs. J. O. Ellis and the f Jewish Religion" by Mrs. E. M. Terry. Mrs." A. H. Wetcnkamp and Shirley Barham played piano solos. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. John C. AIcHancy. At this 'time. Mrs. W. O. Qourtrt •librarian, reported 32 books read. An Invitation from members of tho Kenaelt Missionary soaiety to have lunch with them May 10 WHS read Ilie hostess, assisted by Mrs. J Morris Moon, served strawberry rt, cake wilh whipped creim. . To A i lend From bfeuirjs session, (lit hastes^ ciiLie,*(JH,ie Five, 7 rud calc topped \wth stravvbeirtes anl wnlpped "creniu^aiW ''iced tea. * o - » Plan Hltthda^ Party Plans for the .innuil bi.llidaj .party (o be held May 16 \\cte discussed jcstcraay afternoon at a meeting of the eieciilive board of ths \Vmvan's Au\IIUry of the rirst Pre'bjtemn chinch at the chinch Mrs LE lie HoDpsr is lelder ol the program for the part) aud n committee rill be ippoihtcd at the group meetin"s llofiday to asiist •her In 'the decorations and other arrangements. Have Program Meeting Mrs 1 O Westbroo,, jr., was leader .of- the .program .on "Reli- Throuehout the World" nhtch the the •v.-as given at a meeting or Missionary ' Study group of Same Couple— Third Wedding 'V>* CJiipfcr la IK'iir Kvrai-d to 'nembcrs of^chaplcr , "N" of (he Ey&jO. sisterhood when (.hey meet :oiilgiit at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Slickinou at 7:30 o'clock. Juvenile • crime problems, as llrcy concern adult citizens" will bs the oasis of Mr. Evrard's ti\lk, which Is olif'bi E iit-ries of speeches bcliig given under the illmUon' of tlie Junior Bar conference Executive Council. *- « To Have Special Oucsls Mothers ol prc schaol ohlldren arc In be Ihe special guests of the tudb'.iry Parent Teacher association when it meets Wednesday afternoon at the school at 3:00 o'clock preceded by an executive board meeting at 2-.30 o'clock. During the- social hour \vhicl ivill follow llic business session ant of thlr, last meeting of tin >'ear, Mrs. Harvey Morris. Mrs. R. P P.-'ddlson, Mrs. George Cross air. Mis. J. A. -3alib.i will ts hostesses Thomas' sister.-Mrs. M. Oebigo. ,. H. Highiill left today for Balti- norc, Mil., where he will undergo in examination at the Johns Hop'- help you in your sewing. One pattern and the new Spring and Summer Paltern Book—25 cents. Book alone— 15 cents. hospital. Mrs. Rene George, of Florence, i Ala., ir, tlie guest of Her sister in Whim's of Map Makers nk\rl TLf»' • Fred Saliba, Mr. tiw, Mrs Saliba. Mrs. N. F. Knight returned lasl glit from Houston, Texas, where she spent two months as Ihc guest cf her brother, II. R. Cullen, and amily. Mrs. L. E. Old, Mrs. W. H. Mln- yard mid Mis. W. D. Ohamblin spent yesterday in Memphis. Caruthersvillc and Holland Win Honors HOLLAND. Mo. May ».-'Janilh- crsvillc grade school received the first place trophy in Die tuinual Grade Literary an:l Music meet at Holland. Thursday and Friday nights of lust week. The carulhersvillc tclioai received 3C uoijils and Holland received sec end hlgliesl with 25 points, Holland also received Hie trophy for first place In Hie Girls Glee Club, The various students who placed first or second in Ibc events are: Hoys Orations, first, l)ow ISclgcr- Icn. Caruther.svilb. second Robert Earl Gray, llnyti; Girls' Scrioiii Reading!-., first. Elizabeth Wood •I'nscola, second, Noll Robinson Slocle; Piano, first, PesGy Ander- json.-Hayti, tccoiv.1, Dixie Gem Myers, Holland, mill Huddy Kicld.s Wardell. tied for second plarc; Ti'io Camlliersville. rci'oive:! llic higl; :st rating, and Holland and Uecr hi[; received llic next highest. In tlie second session that wn held Friday night tlie followin: students .placed in llic v;irioti events: Girls' Voice, first, llelc: McCann, Coaler; second. Hurrlc Ann Pierce. Caruthersville; Boy. Voice, llrst, John,Paul, Csirulhcfi, villc; second. James Vlar. lloll.iiu numerous readings, first. Patrici Shade. Carulhersvillc; second. Di> io Cleno Myers. Holland, Hod wil Helen Campbell. Gleelc; Glee; clul. llclland, first, and C'cster, tcc-ond. Kcvcuth Hon of Itli "f 7lli WORCESTER, Mass. (UP.)— Born . city hospital, Herman Leonard.; . oucher is the seventh son of ;v| cvcnlh BOH of a seventh son. ills 1 iircnls are i[r, and Mrs. Paul O. loucher. TOD LATH TO CLASSII-V Vill set two men up in business in Ibis territory provided they are loncst, hard workers and have uii- liicstiouamc references. Men who wi'c iiisiirance, inaganinc or elec- ric appliance' selling experience >referred. Car essential. Write Box A", '/' Courier News. 3-ck-S BAKING POWDER Manufactured by baking powder Specialists who make nothing but baking powder — under supervision o£ expert chemists. ALWAYS^ Tlic tat-liii!rd sliccp of Africa store up reserve lat in its tail. Tlic:k I'lamtctl on CLEVELAND I UP)—James David CoUins, a Western Heservc Uni- j vcr.sity fre.slnnan, \viio owns u col- BU1TE. Monl. tUP)— Fishermen j lccll ° 11 of 35 I''!' 05 ' will-make his Confusing to Anglers Mary Eli7.abclh lioriun, daughter of ' Mr. and Mrs. Edgar I Boruin. who is n student at Lin-' denVvood 'College at 31. At the Hospitals Mrs. Tom Webster \vtis lukeli to the Blylheville liospil.il yesterday aflernoon in a Cobt) ambulance. J. B. Holt was removed from the Blythcville iiospital lo his home yeslcrday in a Holl ambulance. Ills leg. n'as frachlrcd several Weeks a,go in a fall.; Mrs. Lou Baty. of Hlckman, was admitted' to the Blylheville lios- 1>IU1 }Jeslerday. f'/- s j-/.r^iss'-' Louise Anderson \\a ic- Woved from the Walls Iiospital ilo her hoinc yesterday in a Cobb ambulance. 'Mrs. O. R. Dixon. of Kelser. is a patient at the Memphis Methodist hospital. David Silvcrblatl.,- of Osceola. has been admitted \o the Memphis Baptist hospital.' planning a rendezvous in Montana had belter find out more than (lie name of that, creek where fishing is so good or they may be greatly disappointed. • For iuslaiicc, an angler iniBlit go lo any one of live Beaver creeks, four Trout creeks, or to two each cf Three Mile and Six Mile creeks. There also are three Willow ciceks. two Do.? creeks, two Ants- lope creeks, two Cotlcuwood creeks. freshman theme • a compilation on smoking. CAItl) OF THANKS We wish lo fliinik our friends, also Ihe I!cv. Harmon Holt, the Itcv. Mr. Harris, doctors and nurses tor their kindness and sympathy shown us during the death or our baby. May Cicd bless each one ol them. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Vance. parents Ted Lyons Vance, brother Mrs. Minnie Vance anj Mr. IWrs. Enimctl Wilson. Hi'iindparenls Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Vance ,Mi-. and Mrs. L. L. Wadlcy Mr. ant! Mrs. Thomas West Same price today as45 years ago 25 oauces for ZgO FULL PACK NO SLACK FILLING 'JAIUIONS OF POUNDS HAVE OHM USfD BY OUS GOVERNMENT ' Mo., will attend the Junior I'rom ! of the Hose Polytechnic Institute! of Engliieerltiff at Tcrro Hnhtc. an African aiite- lwofs :wo Falls creeks. M'cClellnn creeks, two Fpvini; creeks, two lliomi>soii ureeks, two liuttc creaks and two Jackson creeks. Map makers blame pioneers' \vlilnis for -the duplication. Head Courier News Want Ads. CURED WITHOUT SURGERY ci UUAUANTEliU Eafc and without hospital care. All other rcclal diseases treated, fissure, fistula, etc. We also treat fallen arches; treat & cure Skin cancer by special Irenlinml. DKS, N.IES & N1ES Ostcniiathu; Physicians Mimic .18 Everything for your entertainment and comfort. Admission Matinee )(Jc & 2f!o Admission NI«Ut 16c ft 36c Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests REFBiGERATOR a for the animal to walk ind., this weekend as lhl , guest O f| fnartwilli every step.^which make Frank DOCIIBCS. While in Terre' Haute, she will be Ihe Itoiiscgucst of her room male. Miss Jeanne Htrscli. Castor, cooo.imit, corn, cotton- sec:!, linseed, olive, palm kernel, penniit. and soy wean oils are tho most, commonly used oils for boap making in the vegetable category. oil marshy soil without sinking. AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY & NIGHT CALL 30 HoH Funeral Home _Marrylng Is getting ,lo. he a habit with Iho Stan Iflurcls. The screen comedian and his blond bride the- former Vera rvanova Shuva- lova, Hiistian shieer, are pictured gbove r«ahng their (hlid marriage with a kiss Tiie> cloired to Yuma Arii, New Year's .Day, .went thtu a dvll ceremony lftt«r In Holly- '*bd theh hRd n third v,ed- fpttSerawd |lic other day by the RUMltn Orthodox 01>uTOh. Marriage Licenses During Ihe pust week, eight couples have applied al. Ihc Blylhe- ville office of the county court clerk for' a license to wed, Names of the rmiplcs and llic oflicfr performing the ceremony, if lislcd. follow; Vcrlond Burcli and Miss A^ttlia Davis, both ol Dlylhevillc; Dclmur Ainold niu) Mlw Nellie Caiinmore. both of Dell; Alvls Waldo nnd Miss Delilah Arnold, bolh of Dell; any 1 1 avis I-lnsmaii, of Steclc. and Mis'- Mary llecu Smilh, or Wardell, by Magistrate T. L. Cfissidy; Jf/T G. Buchanan and Mlns Mnry Ellc.in Pierce, l;oth of Caruthcrsvlllc, by Magistrate Cassldy; .Tor Osbnrnr: aiU Mls."i Kutlir.vn Wnthlns. both of Lsachvilli 1 , by ^f•^Jistr,•lte C.vs- idy; K. B. Taylor, of Slkeston. Jlo. nd Miss Marie Laccy. of Olpsy, by Magistrate Cawidy; Herbert iiijcne Goodman and Miss Georgia -ec cmith. telh of Cirutheisvllle, by ilJElstrato Cassidy. Keiser News MIM Deul^.h Thompson, home cc- cnomics teacher In the Kriser c chocl. too!: twenty-one girls lo Cciiway Saturday on n whoM bus lo attcnrt Ibc state-wide Gills' Club meellng. Mrs. Kred Ciockelt entertained Ihe .Kciser Bridge Club Tuesday night. Mrs. Spcncc Williams anil . W. E. Pigg were Ihc only outside trui'sU. High score prize was won by Mrs. John Sullivun an;( (tie guest prize by Mrs. Williams. The. ninth, grade is pulling on Iheir annual , play in the scliool This son of Colors SUJVIMEK ]'"()OTWEAH UN ALL ITS GLORY Whiles- Mc/aloitcs-. t »'$»*' auditorium Tuesday night. "Tr.c Little Clodfioppcr" Is 'the. 1 play selected for. nils year, nnd is being directed hy Miss beulah TliDinp- •»n. Tins will br th." lar.l, .mr;hl program In liic scbcxil unlli graduation. May 10. Read Courier News 'SVarit Ads, sYifiil ^ <!P .S'n'LED BV TWISKDIK JOHNSON, .STICI'IfKN' AND SHINKM-: 1IOS1ERV TO HARMONIZE Ttippei' Sandals sa,'ns lo $5.00 fA A / *=a-OVO A . WIHBYE'X " ~ -3tt?«Of=S^ Vitalily SG.7B to !?7.50 .luniov Styles §5.50 PIRICKJ CURRENT! UPKEEP! A TREAT FOR THC WHOLE VAMILY! fi THRILL FOR THE WHOLE.WORLO! frninni] iruwtwi KisSfc-rnwn c^tvriilsn bjHn fct^iot- - *ln'Niiir*tm - hmi)ij MINURIVI3 PrsswteJ by WSRHEB BROS. , Also sclecled biiorl:> Ailiuisi.iou Matinee 10c & Me Admission N'isht NIC 4- Slit- » Gel tin- jump on thD liighfr fomi prices of fall and winter. Choose your G-I: now and you will save many an cxitd dollar in j'otir food budget every nionih. Al present prices the new G-E '1 riffle-Thrift Refrigcr- aiot is ihc biggest value ever offered. You CJn easily artbrd one for you «ill save ways—on price, on current anil on upkeep. Dig roomy G.['. cabinels have every advanced convenience feature and there is a size to cxr.ctly suit you. See ihern to da )• ami learn liow easily you CM liavc one in your kitchen. Weds. - Thurs. ? ' THE G/?i'/iT AMERICAN MOTION PICTURE •Vtr: r.'lv;m)C(IHt Xciv.'.'. Ald.sirrd III Carl HcifV Mini i\lchn Sluirt Admission iUnliiier IVv & ZKt: Aili:ii:.kn Nitflit lljc «: Me Ailiuissinn always Iflc & '!Gc \ M.iliiicts Sat A Siiml.iy Night shows—Box Office Open 7:0(1 p.m. SIioivs start 7:1!> p.m. Tucs=, Wed, Tluirs, Pal Sights Z iidmitifd for the tiricc (if 1 I Drama! A COLUMBIA.PICTURE with Iraiicis Lwlercr & I'lLinits Drake. Also selected shorls.

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