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PAGE TWO BLYTIIRVIU'R, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER il, 1930 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Society Calendar Monday Circles of the woman's auxiliary of the Fust Presbyterian churcn will meet at these homes: Circle l, ^rgcV' rJTunt* clrc^, "P <«, - "ZJ^ Lucille Thomas Married Friday to Hubert Potter .: Mrs. Lucilc Thomas and t/it. Hubert L. Potter were married Friday evening. 8:30 o'clock, at the home ol the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas, with the Rev. P. Q. Rorie, pastor of the First Methodist church, saying the ring service. Only members 61 the bride's family were present. For the ceremony the bride wore a green silk ensemble with a tan cr for slate missions. Mrs. 13. A. blouse and her accessories were in I Morris will be leader of the first a bleeding shade of green. Her arm [ program, bouquet of pink roses and valley turned yesterday from Paragould where circuit court was in session tills w,?ck. B. H. Levy attended the fair In Caruthcrsvillc yesterday. Mrs. Milton Allcnberg, and family. Mrs. F. A. Ilalphi and son, Phtl- Mrs. Hancock; circle *, Mrs. L. S. Brlscoc; circle 5, Misses Mary One- law and Leone Cnlllcott at Die home of Mrs. II. H. Brandon. Members of the Second Baptist cmiVc (woman's missionary society will begin a three days program In observing the annual wck of pray- • lug Mrs. Hatpin's sister, A. Martin at Dell, li-ti Saturday lor St. Louis where she will Join Mr. Ha!|im. will continue llielr journey to Ncv; York city wlicrc they are to live. Mr. ana Mrs. Gordon Wright have as their guest Mrs. Wright's brother, Earl Marshall, of McKaney, Texas. He will be here for a week. Among those from here In Memphis lor the weekend is B. II. Levy. Osceola ., Society—Personal lilies was caught with satin streamers. Mr. and Mrs. Potter are now in Memphis for several days and upon their return Thursday will reside at the : Hotel Noble. Both are well known here. Mrs. Potter, who lived in Blytheville and | Memphis for a number of years, attended central College at Conway, the bridegroom, who has traveled In this territory for a well known- Memphis drug firm, has The woman's missionary society ' Hl> , s l)lc BUt , s , o( llls . dflu 8 hter, of the First Methodist church will have Hit monthly progrimi and social meeting at the church with these hostesses: Mesilamcs D. A. Lynch, M. O. Usrey, S. S. Stcm- j berg, John Webb. C. W. Raijiey, George M. Lee, Charles Wylic, C. E. Atkinson mill Mbs Cora Lee colcmnn. Mrs. Di" 1 ^ g lllc gl icnn is cnlertalii- Eplseopal guild. Mrs r made his headquarters in the city < m G ti, c lor. several years. Given Party. Allan Rushing, who has returned borne after a year's absence at the Booneville, • Ark., sanitarium, was the guest ot honor at a B. Y. p, U. party of-.the First Bnplist church given by Miss Luna B. \Vll- • helm Friday evening when members | •ol the Wllnelm union were guests. ' Th» aflair was at the horn* of Mr. and Mrs. J. Huffman. Games, students and co 11 • ;ts were engaged In and later « • -.:y ice course was served by Mrs . • '.nan' and daughter, Miss \• ; •• '• Austin Edwatds, of Wilsoi: v s an out of town guest. • » • Have Dance. ' Members of the Kappa Alpha, Phi, honorary fraternity of national lecognltlon, were hosts at a dellgm- lul ;dance at the city auditorium Friday evening when Willie Bloom and his negro orchestra of Memphis' furnished the music. A number of visitors from younger sets of Jonesboro, paragould, Osceola, Luxora and other uear-bj 1 cities added to the occasion. M Is emcrtain- chcon club, •act club It .1 White, being ob- liaplist eglnning The meeting with v.. The week of >-.. served at thu >'» church with a proa^.n at 2:30 o'clock. Wednesday Mrs. Paul H. Rosenthtil Is having the Wcdncsuny Bridge club. Women ol the Second Baptist church arc meeting at the church for a prayer program. Thursday Mrs. Ross D. Hughes Is having the Thursday Luncheon club. The Mid-Week club Is meeting with Mrs. O. P. Moss, Biis of News Mostly Personal Ifas Brid«tl Party. Twenty-four guests were entertained by Mrs. John W. Snydcr Friday afternoon including M 155 Alma Reeves, of Canithersville. In the 1 bridge games**J>terr provided the 'afternoon's entertainment, Mrs. Dixie Crawford won' a party purse for first honors, second prize, beads, went to Mrs. John R. McDaiilel jr., and a double deck ol cards was Mrs:. W. A. McCaughan's gift for low score. An appetizing' plate lunch of chicken salad, crystallzcd apples, broyn bread sandwiches, ripe ann green olives and lea refreshed the ladies. A "rainbow color scheme was prevalent with autumn flowers of va- The Ucv. and Mrs. A. T. McAnally and son, Kenneth, Imvc returned from Uatcsvllle, Ark., where they attended Ihc annual district assembly the nrst of he week. Miss Halite Wilcoxsou and Mrs F. E. BurncUe returned yesterday Irdm Paragould where they visited relatives for a day anil night. Miss Minnie Morris of McCrory, Ark., who is.» member of the Flul River,; MAjftonulty, Is tbe. guest of Jilts Sclnuv Lenta and Mrs. B. A. Lynch for the weekend. She was their classmate at Galloway col- ler*, Scarcy, Ark. Miss Morris returned last month from a summer's tour of Europe. Mrs. Charles Martin, who has, been til Lincoln, 111., since may, is ; expected to return today for the i winter reason. She will be nt the Hotel Noble. K. P. Brarten is in Memphis today consulting his physician. Mrs. H. E. Neblclt. Mrs. Charles Partlow and daughter, Nancy Lil- Mrs. Howard Collins, formerly Miss Minnie Stccplcton of this city and nuw of Memphis, Is Improving uftcr an operation tit Hie Gartlay- Ranisey hosplml. The Rev. Marsh M. Callaway, p.is'.or of the First Presbyterian church, returned last night from Dardanelle, Ark., where he attend cd the minimi meeting ot Arkansas synod. Mia. h. M. Butt returned this mctnlng from St. Louis where she fpnit l«o -.vt?ks with Mr. Butt who is undergoing treatment there He is much Improved and. expects to return homo next week. Miss Elizabeth Blythe, who has been 111 several weeks from typhoid lever, Is now able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Snydcr had as their guest yesterday Miss Alma Reeves, of Caruthersvllle. Misses Vlrgirin and Louise Hour- land have as their guest for (he! week-end Miss Elizabeth Connelly, of Memphis. Jimir.ic Boyil and members of his Micky Devils orchestra left today for several weeks trip through Illinois where they will play for dances. Mrs. Wllllo M. Cox Is in Car- uthcrsvllle Friday mid today. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulcus rind grandson, Charles Love, of Jonesboro. were guests of Mr, anil Mrs. i Snmutl F. Morris for the football game yesterday. Mr;. Otto Kcclitllky and Mrs. Ruth Mnlmn are lit Cape Gharnean fcr the ivcek-ci:J. Bill Ilalncs, of Jonosboro, attended the football game here yesterday. Mrs. W. W. 1'rewllt entertained Hie two table bridge club lo which she belongs Thursday afternoon including Mesdnmcs Milton Pope and Btm Butlvr as gucsis. Mrs. Pope \von high score prize. Delicious refreshment;, were served In two courses following the game. Mrs. Horror Quint) entertained the two ttible bridge club to which she belongs at her home here Friday afternor.n. Her home was dec- oralcd In Hallow.j'r-n motifs and, Hallowe'en colors prevailed in the I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Alfred 8. Harwell, futor Sunday school, 0:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. B. Y. P. U.'s 8:15 p- in. Evening church' service, l o'clock. I The evangelistic meeting will bc- j £tn tomorrow with the RCT. W. W. . lilvcrs, of Electra, Texas, and the I singer, W. Hlnes. musical director of the First Baptist church, arriving Monday. Former Christian Pastor Wil Preach at Osceola OSCEOLA, Ark.-ncv. J. Murray Taylor of Memphis, former pastor of the First Christian Church of Osceola, will preach at ths Oareola church Sunduy morning and again Sunday evening, Tho evangelist's 7: ' io aughter, Miss Clarissa Taylor, will ead the singing at both services. CHURCH OK TIIK NAZAKFNt 119 Cherry Street A. T. McAnally, Pastor The Pastor will preach at both morning ana evening services. Sunday school will begin at 0-.45 with Elliott Cobb, Supt. We have classes for all ages. Morning worship and Sermon, 10:45 a.m. N. Y. P. a., 8:45 p. in. Evening Worship and Sermon 7:45 p in. Regular prayer meeting each refreshments which were served i Wtdt « sllB y "'cnlng all :tt p. m. following the gan:.:. High score prize was awarded Mrs. Gordon Bell of Uvaldc, Texas, who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. L- D. Matsey. TEMPLE ISRAEL There will be services at the Temple Israel Sunday night. I o'clock, for Succoth, the Feast o: the Tabernacb, with William Bar- Mrs. Gordon Bell, of Uvadaie, I owtky in c | m , E ' c ot the slK , dal pro . Texas, who will te remembered' grain. here as Miss Eslclle Wood and who IS visiting her sister, Mrs. L. D. Mnsscy, was the guest of honor when Mrs. A. W. Bowen entertain- Members of the congregation are urged to attend. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Services are held each Sunday J. A. Jones Heads Negro Elks Lodge Committee chairmen who will conduct a campaign for the reor- janizatloh of Keith lodge, negro Elks, were named at a meeting THursday night following an address by C. c. Valle of Memphis, national organizer. J. A. Jones was chosen chairman, with the Rev. O. R. Johnson vice-chairman. Other officers and commlltei heads arc Prof. J. A. Shivers, sec retary-treasurer, F. B. Tillman chairman of application committee Je.ssc Stanley, chairman of arrangements committee. A campaign will be conclude! with 200 members as the gc«l. Education, health and citizen ship hold primary places on the or ganlzatlon's program. Among pro posed activities Is the organization of a band. Degrees were given out by th rand organl/cr at a meeting Frl- ay night at Tillman's hall, where ctlvitles of the order will be cen- ered. " Read Courier News Want Ad.i MATERNITY HOSPITAL for U11-- fortunate girls; secluded, private, rates reasonable. For Information write Fahrmount Hospital, «n East 27th, Kansas City, Missouri. Read. Courier News Want Ads. ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. Lillic McKnijfht, domestic science expert and dietician, will demonstrate the excellent qualities of Saucr's Infallible Flour at a FHEE COOKING SCHOOL, Wed., Thurs., Fri., Oct. 15, 16, 17, from S) to 11 A. M., and 2 to 5 1». M. City Hall Auditorium Blytheville, Ark. This is your INVITATION cd tbq two table bridge club to which she belongs and several' morning, U o'clock, in room 104 of •s!s at her home here Thursday i the Noble Hotel. afternoon. High score club prize was awarded Mrs. Chas. Coleman, Mrs. L. D. Masroy won high score guest prlie and the honorce was presented a charming favor. A delicious salad course was served following the game. Guests besides the club members and the honoree were Mcsdames L. D. Masscy, H. ,T. Hale', W. W. Prawllt, C. E. Sullcnger, Dick Ciomer, W. J. Cox nnd D, 6 Ltiney. * * • "The Baptist Trail Through Arkansas" was the theme of lour programs participated in by members of Ihc Woinsns Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church In observance of the annual week of prayer for stale missions here this Subject for tomorrow: "Are Sin, Disease and Death Real?" Golden text: Psalms 37:37, "Depart from 3vll and do good; and dwell for' evermore. Wednesday evening service, 7;30 o'clock. Sunday school, 10 a. nv All are cordially Invited to attend. Extraordinary SALES EVENT New Pastor to Preach at Burdette Tomorrow ried shades arranged in low bowls j ](aH| rc turncd yesterday from Tn- The Rev. James LinisCcrd, formerly n student at Joii?sboro college* mid recently made pastor of the Burdetlc anil Kelscr Baptist churches, will preach at Burdetlu morning and evening at 11 and 7:30 o'clock. He occupies the: pulpit of the Bur- tlcttc church on the second and fourth Sundays and tit Kelscr on the first and third. Elected president of (he B Y. P. U. association of Mississippi county at the annual meeting In Leach- vllle this week, ho is succeeding John B. Lane, .educational director of the First Baptist church, who Ihc position this year. and baskets. It. Y. r. II.- Members to AtltrvU. Unions. •peln Miss., wh.-jrc they visited Mr. 1 Ntbiett for two weeks. Enroute home they stopped in Memphis for TIIKKSIIF.K SETS UKCOIW DELTA. Oct. 7 (UPI — w - c Marsh who has been a thresher S^daTe^U are being made In |» ™? «'£ McLOBn . who , 1BS been jman for * years, set ,i rec.nl ol r . . - ••• - r-u—. r>_., • *•"•> • ..... --i-pr-ii Ms cni^cr \vuun nc uiiw"-« ' • jclis lu one day. The work necessitated moving his equipment the several unions of the First Bap- tist'church's B. Y. P. U.'s to have large attendances Sunday evening ill at liar home al Yarbro sev days, Is better today. *».&•; »«...«. --- -, judge Q. E. Keck and his court lor "programs beginning at 6:151 clenogra p]ier, Charles Partlow, re- ' times. o'clock. Plans will.be made for ~ . definite work In |he coming evan- , gelistic meeting-. The Crusader union ,one of the standard groups of the church, will have charge of the-assembly program. , : si FMriis .Class lo Meet. The Fidclis Sunday school class of the First Baptist church will have a special study Sunday morning ..on the often misunderstood mission of Mary, the mother of Jesus. All members are requested to be present. DRIDGt nv WM F McKI-SXty ] contracting with one l-.earl. West American Bri,l ;l - l.r.iguc passes, North bids two Ivans This week, when free will offering of approximately $20.00 was contributed to tho cause. On Monday nternoon Mrs. Ida Tucker lead the lesson at the home of Mrs. D. A Silcr. On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. M. L. Simmers lead at a meeting Iwld at her home when the work of the department f state missions, tho executive btard, Sunday school, B. Y. P. U., Vcmnns Missionary Union and the cllgious publications of th.2 denom- nalleti were discussed, with Mcs- damcs E. A. Teafrd, C. C. Bowcn, icnry Bradford and Ida Tucker aklng parts on the program. Wednesday afternoon the meeting was held at the home of Mrs. C. C. Bowcn with Mrs. E. A. Tca- forcl leading and a discussion of the valoiis denominational schools of the state was participated in by Mesdnmes C. C. Bowcn, Ida Tucker and H. H. Brocks. The final meeting of the week's observance was held at the home of Mrs. D. A. Slier when Mrs R. H Jones bad the discussion ol work done through the various hospitals and the orphanage at Montic^lln with topics taken by Mrs. Ida Tucker and. Mrs. E. A. Tealord. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Doyle have as their guest this \v,:ek Mrs. uoyle's mother. Mrs. Geo Woods of Jackson, Mo. -Mrs. Karl Abrcy and small daughter, Emily Jane, arrived this week from their home in Camdcn. N. J for a visit with Mrs. Abrcy's par onls. Mr. and Mrs J. S. Dillahunty and other relatives. Mrs. C. E. Sullengev, Mrs. E. S Driver and Mrs Earl Abrcy yesterday in Memphis where thcj wove joined by Mr. Sullengcr 01 business trip t FHIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Marsh M. Callaway, Pastor ' Sabbath school opens at 9:45 a. m. flay Worthington Is superintendent of the school. Roy Walton is teacher of the Men's Bible.class, All arc welcolnc. Communion service at eleven o'clock. Worship service at 1:30. Subject of sermon, "Ministry of Kindness." Christian Endeavor ab 6:30 with Billy Harrison as leader. Prayer meeting on Wednesday night at 7:30. "Enler into His gates with hnnksgivliig, and into His - court ith PraUe." MAKE IT YOURSELF. An inexpensive and pleasing gift lor^a woman who has a pet bird Is a little cover to throw over the bird cage nights to keep off draughts and light. You can make one of a square FIKST .METHODIST CHURCH 1'. <J. Rorie, P»stor Worship and sermon It a. m. and :30 p. m. Morning service broadcast over •CLCN. The Rev. Snm Yanccy of Fay- Ueville, Ark., will preach at the evening hour. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Junior Ltague (i:'JO p. m., Mrs. O. . Huwkins, leader My-Le»gnc f!:30 p. m., Miss Mon- Hughes, leader. Senior league, 0:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 1:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal Wednesday 8:15 .>. m. There are only 2li days until meeting of annual conference at Helena, Ark. SECOND ItAVTIST CIIUKCH E. Z. Neusom, 1'aslor There will not be any church service tomorrow on account of the pnstor being ill bui all other services will be held. Sunday school 0:45 n. in. W. M. Blaylock, superintendent, wants every member present Sunday morn- Ing. B. Y. P. U.'s 6:30 p. m. The pastor urges all his members to attend the rcvlv.il al the First Baptist church which begins tomorrow. LUTHERAN CHURCH H. J. Klcinrllcnsi, Pastor Services will be held at the St. Stephen Episcopal church with Sunday school at 9:15 o'clock and divine worship at 10 a. m. Subject: "The Gracious Invitation of Jesus." A congregational meeting will follow the church service. All nrc welcome. card, the suil opened continued. NORTH S—0-6 H—Q-J-S-3 0—Q-5-2 The IMay L. D. Mnssey and her sister. WEST S— J-9-8- •'-Q-7-2 D-A-107-6 C-9-5 EAST S-A.K- 10-75-3 • 11-7-4 West who has the" opening lead. I Mrs. Gordon Bell ol Uvnrlale, Tex- should'not open his partner's salt >>£. who lias been her•house guest as most likely one of the opponents ' "'* week, drow to Memphis this ' out U would be belter for him j afternoon. Mrs. Mnsscy will re- is Mrs. to Tiv down the ace of diamonds jturn tomorrow and Mrs. Bell will and ' take a losk at tlie dummy.' remain for a visit with her Mstcr. iDlimmy plays the tleuce. E:i=t the I eight' spct, declarer follow-In; with Mrs. Bottle Svtc Smith. Jas. Driver, W. P. Snu.id, A. W D - S ' J 'S he thrT, West should conliuuc «™en. Geo. Doyle nnd Stanley " ' «l£R c ~«-3 the diamond. IcadiiK the ten '.Carpenter were among the Osccol- II- D—-.- .th the amon. ca en . ! r p ot dummy plays small. East v: u ,ian., who attended UK Jonesboro- i the trick wtl the jaek and then .Blytheville Football game in Ely- cads he king of diamonds, which !<»" lllc Friday afternoon. ! leads the king i holds the trick. His next lead is -. i tiro king of spades, which the do- j ''"'' , clarer trumps. The declarer has | 1! ! c ! the rest of the trkXs- : b;J '• j[ \y es t were to have opened '. l ' le j tpades, th? declarer would luvc ' trumped the first ro'.md. swung two j top and the totlom of tho <v.)f:i;n? i rounds ot Irump. picklr.s! up his to fasten the cover When holding t\ir inslh and both b;c;i. ..:> ligher ranking suit hhc.iM nrst, therefore Scutli sta: Hospital Notes ?,tr. and Mrs. M. F. While. Lli- tlc Rock, were admitted lo th; yard of figured glazed chir- tonne or any other prettj i. .• •;• rial, preferably of material .vi'.i : dark background lo keep out \ > :: light. Cut a small hole In the comer of the material and slit the goods down one side from this hole lo the outside, This allows you to slip the cover around the bird , jcage easily. '; Finish the outer edge, the opsn- ?^ing and the center hole with rick- '>rack braid, picot edge of cbntrast- vjtg banding. Put a.snap at the tho (vic-vn-- rounds ot Irump. picklr.s! up his aro.;:',d ii'c ' opponents 1 trump and then ftarte;t i ' his club suit. On Ihc fifth cli:\) ;\' diamond wculd have been discard-1 time to weight the covtr uiougli i cd In dummy and the declarer: to hold it down. , , 4 • would have made his contiaci of cage. And put four taf>i-:n to !;n- Is hthc corners and nl th? samp -,,, r! . r »..„ ''"<< Caur.cr News FIRST CHRISTIAN CIIUKCH E. K. I-alirocr. Jlinisttr Church school. 0:-15 a. m. Communion and sermon. 11 a. m Subject. "American Moods." Christian Endeavor societies. 6:30 p. m. Evening praise and sermon. 7:30 p. in. A cordial invitation U extended to all to attend. LAKE STREET METHODIST W. }. I^Roy, Pastor The Rev. Hcrschal Coiichman of Jonesboro. student preacher, will conduct services at this church Sunday morning and evening in the absence of the pastor who Is holding an evangelistic meeting at Valley Springs, Ark. Sunday school, 0:45 a. m. Church, 10:50 and 7:30 o'clock. All arc welcome. . hearts. '5 TO OKI MAY XAME ' By opening the ace of diamonds. (UP)— Airplays were West has defeated the declarer's contract one trick. AIRPLA> LONDG called "h . chariot*" b;. swncr who wro'.c liie il Air '".-ib crJcrlng no mrjrt planes be ;;• » n over his land. i. 1a a 666 CONGRATULATED AND VINED BRIGHTON, Eni;. (Ui'i --After j Relieves » HeadarJie or Ncnrjlgia congiavjlnting George Cole. Si lo: : In 34 minutes, cliecks a Cold the' being able to drive an automobile at his age. a judge fined him $2.55 for dangerous driving. first tbr« »nd chccki Malaria lo 666 also in Tablets DULLNESS-IS OUT OF DATE Tc day's vijt»r rtors not iolrM;r inactivity and lark of cncrsy. Kill ho«' If Hif '"an or noman lo kcrp up with things if hr.-illh is lacklns? Thr MMvcr lirs I" cliiroprarlic frr.ilmcnt of Ihc spine. I!)- corrrctins nerve iimMirc nl thmr p«l»l5 '"• lu-s is safrly cured. Vtp nml vlxor return. No more lircd feeling. No more hcnd.U'hcx DR. W. 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