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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUK1ER NEWS MONDAY, MAY »,-i938<' mother of Mr. Hill, who had boon tiero for several days, returned lo NliWB TICKET T?jb T. K. If WB —to aixz —to "BATTLE OF HR0AP1VAV Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Elton W. Kirby having Tuesday Bridge club. Young Matron's club meeting at home of Mrs. Woyd Stlckmon. 'Mr*. J. W. Talker anil Mrs, Robert Whltelow entertaining Daughters of American Revolution at Hotel Noble, 1:60 o'clock for luncheon meeting. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry W. Halnes entertaining Tuesday Night SUp- per club, 7:00 o'clock. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Farasworth Black .entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Wednesday Contract club meeting with Mrs. Fred Rutherford. Chapter "D" of .P. •£. 0. sisterhood having luncheon meeting at ho;.-ie r of Mrs. Ray Worlhlnijton, 1:00. p." in. Delphian meeting-at 9:30 o'clocck at Hotel,Noble. ,. .ladles' Bible Study, Church of Christ, meeting with Mrs. Howard Wilson, 2:3o o'clock. • THURSDAY'S EVENTS United Daughters .of Confederacy meeting at Woman's club, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Roscoe 'Cr»fton . having Thursday. Afternoon club. Thursday' Luncheon. club meet- Ing with Mrs. R. F..Kirshn«r. Mrs. .W. L. Kprner entertaining Mid Week Bridge club. Thursday- Contract- club meeting with Mrs. p. ..G. Cdtidill. Young Woman's Missionary society OJL" First Church of Nazarcne, meeting .with Mrs. Noble McCullar, 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Foreign Missionary society,- First Ch-.irch of Nozarenc, meeting at church, 2:30 o'clock. . Business Women's Circle, First Baptist church; nujetii.jj at churcli,] V:30.o'clock. .--..-. • | FRIDAY'S EVENTS i State) mceling of. O. E, s. at, hall. Literary Department'-of Woman's club meellng 2.-30-o'clock nt. club house. FLAPPER FANNY — • ccra me ov NUSOVICC. i«. T.M, sic u, s. tut. ort. By Sylvia "(.no, I don't know whcllier I've KO[ tlniiirje fur tluil. Haven't yon g(il anything smallur than ;v snfcly pin?" Have Fknic Mcctinr Nancy Ami Hiigliea w,is'leader of the program on "Culture of the Old South nnd • Plantation Days Before- the War" which .was presented for the Children of the Coii- lederp.cy Saturday when H members: met at the hom« of Mrs. James B. Clnrk for u picnic lunch. During the business meeting, prc'. Elded over by Mrs. Otto Scrape, the group voted to .send^n. contribution to Ihe Randolph-.Relief fund for needy Conf:derate,.TOmen and to the scholarship fun;! at Southwestern University r,t Memphis. It vva:> n!so decided to give J5TO toivaid lha U..D. C. Memorial room at the Biytheville hospital. A scl o( books "The Rite nni! fail of tlie Ccnfederiita Government, p. reprint of the Jcflc-rson Davis publication was purchased. Piajis were made for a dance to be given at (he close of school following which three boxes ol coottlcs isnd sandwIches'wens'ssnt to one ol th» members oi the group, to a Confederate veteran and ; to a Confederate widow tor Mother's day. Return to School Miss .Elizabeth Ann Wilson, riMjhter ol Mr. snfl jus. Clarence H.'Wilson, and Miss Rose Stacy hate returned lo Llnaonwoort col- lese, St. Ohfcrles, ilp., after having entertained-'seven of tlielr school- males with a, wSekend house party Wh|lo here the gjrls WCI : C en(£ ;_ tatnert Ti'ltlt a number of affairs. Saturday, they, were honored wilh a. luncheon given by Mrs. Wilson at her home where she was hostess to 18 guests. Mrs. D. II. Blackwood tun! daughter, Mrs. • jcltic Driver oi O?ceo!a, were cut of town meat"; Saturday night,'Mrs. EJtar Bo- J«m cnt««Mn«t (hem al an Informal sapper party- at Bonm's tirus «orc, following'.which they were the guests of honor al a dance _ given at Ihe stacy home near Dell ***?• Wilson, Mrs.' E. E. Stanley, and Latham Stacy motored the glrb ba« to Ltodcriwcod :ye,\lerdav Jf- C'riinplctc Plans for l>anchi|T Parly Plans were completed fov u Tur- mal dancing party lo he given May 27 at the American Legion Hut Wednesday aflcrnoon when all the members of Ihc B. P. p. club met at Ihe home of June Workman. Betty Brooks Isaacs was a guest. Following a decision to Issue written Invitations, the hostess served a nalaJ plate. Classes Have Supper .^.(..'oxliniitcly K> people attended Ihe jtlcnlc snpuoj- given ut. Wnlkcr Park 3undny uftcnioon at, 5:00 o'clock when tho Adult clnss of the First Chrlslliin church, taught by E. M. Terry, enlertainud Ihe Golden nulc class of which- James Terry Is the teacher. Tins 1 pl:mc was Ihn climax of en attendance race between the two classes which ended Ei.slcr E luidnj- rrticn the Golden Rule class outnumbered Ihc Adult clas:; In members present over a several '""'—. period. i. Oeorge w. Durham iv.-is In • of the arrangements fov Ihc OUCEU o! t!i c hi MUs Mary.Bet.j Bci Ark.,: Mks Martha of JJUle Rotik, Miss Alkinson y Alpcrin -.'»»d S,IUa At the Hospitals Ur. A. Wort was removed lo tho BlythCTlUo hospital late Saturday, »n a Cobb ambulance, after "having aevelojwd uremia poisoning. Ills condition today Is goixl. Mrs. Mnry Arnold, of Ltochvlllc, underwent, a major operation at Ihc Walk hospital early yesterday. Her condition 'today Is very good. -Mrs Charles W. Ogiesby and Infant son were remove;! from Ihc El>thcvlllc hospltnl yc.slcnlny in » CobU ambulance. -Mrs. Blnn Urooks. Hoiitc Four, underwent, n major opcriition to•Uy ut Ihn Walls hospital. J. .n. Gvlssom, of Stcelc. mujcr- wcnt an emergency operation for appendicitis early yosterdny at the Walls hospital. Bonnie Jean Vceplcs was admit-ed to the Walls hospital Saturday ior treatment. Mrs. R. J. Pillow wa.-; dismissed -ram the Dlythcvlllc hospital Sun•toy. Miss Minnie Shepherd was dis- trrrt"- " 1C Wall ' s llos P ltal ycs- Mrs. J, H, McDoiignll of ,3e«rcv Ark., who umlcrwpnl a major on- .i-tion at me Walla hospital two wcrSs njo, «- lts tvmovcrt to hcj nome jcsU-irtay. Mrs. .J. M. Ncw!;cvry. of l^yli :? a patient ut the Memphis Bapi tist haspHitl. ' M "* '* V, '- K'- 1 rcMJlt of Ux- Dutch (jovcrn- «wn will t!- served carr.vine air Jines he Utiii.gi Imj>crial "Taxr their rul , ( 0 wctk, whllK the nee will ny one I; lu-rc. Miss Rulh Cunningham Weda Howard Fender , .. ,--- a co , llccs: >i°» n " nt * ^"s'ral "''"' mall will in limes a K. L. M. .. of mall a w STIiELK, Mo., May 7—The marriage of Miss Ruth Cunnini;lmm, daughter of the Rev. J. w. Cun- ninglinm. ami Howard Penricr. tan of Mr. and Mrs. p. E. pcuder. was solemnized Wednesday night nt Ihc nnpllst chiiich. The liildc's falher performed the ring aervbc before » Inrge nallieriiiB. which included a number of out of town relatives. The allar was banked with terns and floor baskets of spring flowers, in iminy colors, and Ilghl- ed will) while laprrs In «-hlle "In.dlan Lo\'c Sony" wns played by Mix Sims iUichic, piain'sl. while C. C. Adam:; iimi T. C. Thornton lighted Ihc laprrs mid phi| Koury sane "Ah. Sweet Mystery of Life" before Ihc ljrid,-i( party cntrrcd t.s "1 l.ovc You Truly" wn.s lienrd. Miss Lolii:* Creese of Chalice, Jfo., was urn Id of honor. She wore n pink 1,-icc drra.s ivltli grey accessories nnd a corsage of pink roses nnd valley lilies. Floyd Carlock. of Wilson, was licst limn. Ushers ivere Ml'. Adam:;, Mr. Thornton, Ncwbcrry Johmon and James Sanders. '1'Jic bride, who wa^ (jivcn in marriage by her brother, Alvin Cunninohnm, apprcachcd (lie al|(ar as Lohengrin's "Bridal Cho- ru.s" WHS piiiycd. During (lie ex- changlng of the vows, Mrs. Mirtiie played Uszl'.s "Uelwslraiuii," The Ijriclc wore u navy blue sheer dress I rimmed In pink and while accessories unit her corsage was pink roses !>.n<! valley lilies. After » In-icf wcddinr/ trip lo SI. Louis Ihcy will return ( C Stcclc, where Ihcy will reside f ol n short lime. When Mrs. 1'eiuler completes her year's work as Icaehc-r In Iho New Snivel- ccliool, they will make Iliclr lionic in i5t Louis. Mi*. Fender received her later education nt the Jonesboro Baptist college and for the pail two years has fceen n member u [ (i lc Ne»- Survey school faculty. 'Ihc bridegroom. ;i(lcr hi:', graduation from the blcele high school, attended Arkansas state college at Jonesboro. the University of Missouri. Columbia, and the University of Oklahouui. Norman, [roin which he received IHE degree. New Liberty News Mrs. Ben llniTir.on w;u; hoblcs;: to M young people Monday night when she. entertained Ihc Senior ! Baptist church wilh ;i farm parly. | Tin: guests, who were drcxscd In overalls and aprons, pluycd names following which sandwiches, rake and iced drinks were served. Among the out of town uiiesl.s were: Morris Todd. of Chiillaiion ! Teun_ l:ouseguesl. of his annk M I May Burns, Mildred. Ellis «nd GP ] Burnclle, ol Ysrliro. xncl Eloii Parks, of Blylhcvillr. v)S -^V»l.-,lhc-.'homb .of Miss ^•rr£^^»- Tnimbo of Riisca. Kjr ore. at ih4 holnc'ot MI.-, 25,000 Roils >r\Vtil'tpapcr ROOM LOTS $1.09 up Most complete line ot Paints and Wallpaper 1 in fo. E. Ark. ^ BlytheviHo P*int & BUg. Cn. ted t* A Spring Tune-up Belter Spring Driving JLOur equipment is modem . . . Our mcch;uiics ^ are experts . . . Our prices arc very reason;.!.!" - . • Our work is guaranteed . - . All ol wliidi means . . , your coinplcle satisfaction . . . BRING YOUR OAK IN NOW! PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY 5th & Walnut PI,,,,,,, Slu Bits of New Mostly Penooid Mr. JUKI Mis. C. W. Garrlggii anil (Jauehter, Cloy, and Mr. and Mrs. A, T. Clear and daughter, Murjorlc, Client thr weekend In Union city where they visited Mr. Gsrrlgan'.s mother, Mre. i'-rank Garrlgan, ma Mrs. cloar's mother. Miss Mlldrwi Ixiu Hutjbard, vs'ho attends Soiilhwestern Uzilverslly at Memphis, spciiL the weekend wltli her parents, Mr, and Mis, Q, o. Hilbbsrd. fjlic was accompanied Lome by Miss lla Joy Lentl ol Memphis. Miss Jane UumilugLam, O t Memphis, wns (he weekend oncfi of her sister, Mrn, W. R. Crawford, and Mr. Crawford over the weekend. Bam Grimes, formerly of here and now of Troy,, Tenn,, 1ms urrlv- ed lo six-nd u week with relaUvc . ,, ,,.. them. O'Neal Craig, who altcmlt, Southwcsteni Un|versil.v al Memphis, spent the weekend wilh his parents. Mr. and Mrs. llallle Craig. Clcvc atoll, who lia.t I/cm here gone to Hor- hire reading prayer was jivcn by Mrs. M. jivyc, A Mother's JJay program was (jlvcn wilh Mrs. joe Ihe ELsic Clor circle at her home. Mrs. M. Kinr.cy presided over a short liusltics-; session followed by Ten inembci-5 of the Willie Kins Circle met Wednesday afternoon al ' (he home of . E.' n. Vance for ,, « few days Wore lie -ion. Mrs over a f hort w-is in I-IHII-..P Hale, of yesterday here [rs. J, L. tiliard tfr. and frlltcstoii, with Mr. and and family. Mrs. Bob Chiles, who Ims liccn 'rlously III al her home on Davis avenue, la still in a critical condition. Mr. and Mrs, p. w, Scripts, for- mei-jy oi here anu now o; Helena, spent liic friends. Hayti Society — Personal Ihc following giving „,. IIIJK from Ihc Bible on stewardship: Mrs. Jamie I'milt. M.S. Brooteic- Prcwlll, and Mrs. n, L. Ollljert. Mrs. Gilbert dismissed Ihc meeting with prayer. The hostess served' refreshments. Six mcml-en; were present al. (he Hose Mrulow Circle meeting nt Hie home of Mrs. ». H. Hayes Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Hayes (;jivr the BIWe .study and Mrs. c/liAmp Ort- llngs offered prayer. Mrs. A. ci, fihircy, circln chairman, presided over Die business nu'eilnc at whtcli tinic each auwcvnl the rcll ••all with wmc Iniporliinl .slalcment about nwllier which was In keeping will! (lie mother's day program Mrn. Hhlrcy illK i M rs Mnck AIOT^,,, gave u Mollicr'i; Day poem. Mrs. Fred Stewart was hoiiloss to lory" wilh Mrs. S. E. Nelhery dis- cusslng one cliapicr. Mrs. Kinscy also condnclcd nil interestlns Bible qnl/.. The liwlcs.-; wrved rclrcsh- innil.s. Miss Lucille Jolin.'.on has gone (o Memphis, 'ir-nn., where she has entered a business college. Mr. ami Mrs. Russell IJaullon Msrnl the weekend ;it Donlplian, Mo., with (heir parents. Dr. ,!. w. nhoiles relumed home IVcdne.sday from Meinphi.'>, Tcnil,, wherr he received medical treatment. The doctor K: still confined (o hte be:l. Mr. and Mrs. Ueralil Vales of Plinl, Midi., arrived here for a two weeku visit wilh Mr. Vales- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cf. W. Yatesj and his sister, Mis. Ronnie Ore well. _{ Dr. and Airs. W. It.. Limbatigh mado a business Irip lo Memphis Wednesday. I | H is upon Uic ability to produce niike thai plant races; depend lor the unchanged perpetuation oflheh'. kind, while plant breeders depend' for new and different species upon the plant's tendency lo vary. Constipated? "l-'or .10 years I had cocslipalion, ^vvful cab bloatitiR, licadidics ai;d back pa 111 '- Mkiika liclpcil right airay. Now, J cat sausage, bananas, }'i c , anylhins I nant. WI dcltcr." Mrs. Mslwl Schall ADLERIKA Kirby Bros. Drug Co. Haptlst CirtlPti Meet 1 'Hie Hitlli Randall circle mot. Wcduerdny afternoon with (heir I rhiilrnmn, Mrs. Elmer Lewis, will, ten members. The meclliiK opened Dnvld Travis, who Ims been 111 foi- some lime from mumps and .alKrinl fever, has UOYT recovered. Among Ihc BlythclUc people who nllendcd Ihe horse show In Memphis yesterday were: Mr. and Mrs " illlam Lawshe, Mr. nnd Mrs C G. Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs, Carlctoii Smith. Jr. Mrs. Eslellc Cooke Vollmcr and daughlcr. Ann, spent (he weekend here as Ihc nucsts of Mrs, Vollmer's Bl.'tcr, Mrs. W. J. Wiinderllcli. and family. Tom A. l,iltle, \\-lio has been ill ill- his home for :;omc lime is no belter today. Mr. and Mr;;. IV. B, Tanner and son, Jimmic. of Helena, spent ycs- Icrday wilh Mrs. Tanner's mother, Mrs. T. J. Mnhan, and family. MnrJon Gray, , of Memphis, was Iho guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray, yesterday Kralik Grcer spent yesterday in Potts camp. Miss., with his parents Mr. and Mrs, K E. Fox relumed alurdny from Humboldl, Tcnn iwra (hey attended Ihc annuiil strawberry festival. Mrs. Utu McKcny.lc, of Montgomery. Ala, left tnis morning for Dallas, lex., ivlicrc flic will visit friends after having been I1 )P g,,c.s|. o/ Mi-' and Mrs. Marcus Evvard and: nun- ily for several days. '.'••-•••:v The Rev. Uu'pha U. Beasly spent the weekend wilh her parents in Fulton. Ky. Mr. nnd Mrs. rvcrson Morris Pent ytslcrday In Dycrsburg, icnn., where Ihcy allended » ic- union or Mrs. Mon-ls' family Himlcr Hall, son ol Mrs.'Henderson Hull, i-amc rrom St. fouls to spend yesterday wilh his mother. f. H. Acton anil n. c. Hall jr, attended a print civ convenltei It. Mcmphli yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith of Rlpley. Trim.. ;,-pcn| Sunday here vlth their daushtrr. Mra 'n.. i, Hill, and family. M,- S . w. A. .Hill, William Hullmtin, A short business niecllng was held with Mrs. Lewis presiding at which time a cottage prayer meeting was planned for Tuesday, Mrs. Jake iilllcs was in charee of a Mother's Day proqram assisted by Mrs. Ben nra:tcn.~Mrs. A. W. Strickland. Mrs, B. if. Hcrrcl and Mrs. G. C. Martin. The meeting was dismissed with prayer :ifter which the hostess served dainty refreshments. The next nicellng of the circle will be with Mr:;. McCluney. Mrs. Viola Citllim was hosiess tc the Lena L^ir with seven members in attendance. »t her home Wednesday afternoon. After the .scrip- IN MBMORIAM in loving Memory of My Husband. Jesse I!. Marlar, who died iiruv D,. 1937: One year since that sad dny The one f loved was called away. Ood called , him homo, it was His will But in our hearts lie livelh .-ilill. j Sadly missed by his wife. Daisy .j Marlar, antl son. Jimmy. i Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Admission IVIatinee JOc & 26c Admission Nluht ICo & 36c Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Last Times Today BROADWAY BARBER SHOP It's the Talk tf llw Town! WON'T KAIJ. TO SEli "A Full House" I'RKHKNTEU UY THK BLYTHEVILLK LITTLE THEATRE PLAYERS CITY HALL WEDNESDAY 8 P. M. A3 Act Hay You'll Thoroughly Knjou! Admission 26'e and Sfio A \TASKEX HSOS. II.i. Kr.:iui tj STAMtV I.OCAN .:,M!AIPII FOKOES-MtLVlLLt COOPER T1IURSTON HAU..GRANT MITCHELL HERBERT KAWLlNSOiV • h,« a n., t, Horn. 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