• JULY 16, filA"iUBVIl.LB. (ARK.) COURIER NRWS Social Caleudar FRIDAY'S EVKNTS Butt-Roolnson wedding at 1-lrst liapltst church, 4:M 1>. in. Mrs. .John Tyrone having Dutch luncheon. Kallilccn Guiltncr and J. Norris Moon Arc Wed ot and Mlrs Kathleen Giiillncr, Memphis, dauuhtcr of Mr. Mrs. J. !•'• Ciuiltncr, of ParaROUld, and J. Norris Moon were married last Might »t nine o'clock In ;i ceremony solemnised at Joiner, The Rev. W. F. Cooley, brother- in-law ol Ihc bridegroom, per-, formed the ring ritual at his 'guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 1'. home. He is paslor of Ihc Mcth- ' Norris. cdist church at Joiner. ' [ Alter (he morning swim the Garden flowers had been ar- boys were served a picnic lunel- ranged in an embankment lor a background and bouquets of roses were at each side of the Hams and Mrs. Ida Caterings, and Mrs. Thomas W. Miller of Hrimswick. Oa., who Is visiting her slslcrs, Mrs. Samuel ]•'. Norris and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson and llictr families. Has Swimming Tarty Jiminic Allen, "soir"of 'Mr. and Mrs. IS. J. Allen, celebrated his eleventh birthday Monday by having some of his neighborhood boy friends as Ills guests for a swimming party nnd pienic al Walker park. Included In the 13 prcscni~weTe Charles Ray Fowler, or St, Louis, Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Sara Garlliiglon. of Searcy. Ark.. Is the gucsl of Miss Marllm Ann l,yncli for several weeks. Mrs. s. J, Cohen left yesterday for a visit with relatives in New York city. Mr. Cohen motored her to Memphis. Miss Putty Shane has as her Miss Mary fllnklc Casllc- Improvised altar. The bride wore u frock of black chiffon .fashioned in a tunic effect, with white accessories. Before; Ihc ceremony Mr. Moon nnd his bride were guests of honor al it supper party given by Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon, parents of (lie bridegroom, al Ihcir home. Members of the family v.'crc present and Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe ami son, Jlmmlc, flecompanii'd them lo Joiner. Mr. ami Mrs. Moon nrc lo make and Leonard Holt jr., of St. Louis, by the host's mother, Lake si. Church Program Mrs. K. A. Burlington was leader of the program for the meeting of the Lake Street Methodkl church Woman's Missionary Hoc- iely Monday nflernoon, at Ihc home of Mrs. P. n. Wood. There were 23 present. In taking up Ihc program theme "Working Together In Schools." Mrs. Adehim Adams read from 1st Corinthians for the dcvolional period. A letter was read from MKs Urn. ol Nanking, - — -......., *,,,,, of Nanking, China their home in the Robinson house 1 president of Hie Bible Tralninu al thc_ corner , of Seventh and School of angling college A clln- M »'» st - 5 - I loguc was given hv Mrs C T Mrs. Moon graduated from the Shainblin. Mrs. B ' LaSliot Mrs' Paragould hgih school and since Adams. Mrs. w. L. Green imi lhal time has been connected Mrs. George Shanks. The new with Ihe John T. Fisher Body college at Ewlm was discussed by Company of Memphis. ML. Moon Mrs. A. L. n cusan Mr5 1'cn.on iceeivcd his inter education at E. Chalfant offered prayer tiie UnivciEltv of A'rkunsus. Fay-1 . „ " J ' A silver olicnng was taken duv- yeslerday. Joe 1'rlrte Jr.. of Ihe Memphis U. S. KnulucerK off lee, has re- lurned here .to he connected wllh Ihe survey which IN being made in preparation for flood control work en Little River. He plans lo be here lor some time. He iml Mrs. Pride will be. wllh his F. Simon relumed lasl ntghl. [rom Ihc Memphis Baptist hospital where he has been seriously II for Ihrec weeks. His conrii- !lcn Is greatly improved. He was iccninpanlcd home by his nurse, Mre, n. F. White-low. Miss Mildred Williams, of Ca- :iilhersiille, has been admlllcd lo he Memphis Melhodlst hospitnl. Mrs. S. S. Slcrnberg, dislricl ["ubllc Welfare clinlrnmn. Mrs. toward Proctor, citizenship chair- elteville. where he became member of Ihc Phi Kappa Alpha fraternity. He is now connected with the Hiibbard Furniture Company. Mrs. .1. T. I'liillips Cciliplllnenlcd at Tea. All shades of Hie rainbow were used ior Ihe lea al Ihe Hotel Ncfcle Tuesday aflernoon when Mrs. C. E. Crkjer. Mrs. Rvsscil Phillips. Mrs. Bernard Goocti and Mrs. Charlrs Crigf;er jr.. cnlcr- lained for Mrs. J. T. Phillips who recently relumed here from Chicago lo make her home. The hoii- cred guest sa>v old [riends and met new acquaintances in the 105 who called between 4 and 6 o'clock. Gladioli, dahlia:;, roses, daisies, snapdragons and other mid-suni-i mcr flowers decorated the Rose Ucoiri. The 'refreshment • table -^vas in all crystal with a centerpiece of snapdragon:;, roses nnd delphiniums in a low bowl, flanked with ivory tapers. The punch, yellow and white mints, cookies and jailed almonds were also in keeping with the rainbow color molif. Mrs. Edgar Borum presided at the refreshment table, assisted by Mis£os Jcy and Helen Phillips, (laughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Phillips, and their li<n"egucr,t. Miss Ida LiHocco. of Chicago. During the afternoon R. N. Hill jr.. of New York city, a relative cf Ihe hostesses, player] piano selections. Out of town guests invited to call were a number from Osceola. Including airs. L-. W. Wallers. Miss Ethel liraun of Meumhis, who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. j. Nick | Thomas. Mrs. C. II. llich of Moscow, Tcnn.. guest of her [laughter. Mrs. Hrnter C. Sims, and family. Mrs. L. G. Byerly ol Lcachville. Mrs. Wilson Hemingway cf Oak Park. 111., who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. w. N. Wil- ng Uic over by Mrs. Green. In the social hour (he, hosless served chicken salary sandwiches, slaw, pickles, iced lea. ice cream and cookies. llaiifihlcr Horn A daughter was born Monday night to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. i Hayncs al Ihelr home at Clear 'Lake. The baby, who weighs six if™ a iralf pounds, j, HS nccn named Vera Pauline. * « • Entertains Hcs|iila| Staff. 'Hie slafl cf (he Blylhevllle hospital, hearted by Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Husband, and (he clay nurses made up Ihe 20 entertained last night, by Dr. W. M. Owen when he had a chicken supper on the bank's of Ihc river al narlield. . .Jlis Jicw . trailer . house was used for the affair wllh iric'l chickct: and ils trimmings for the menu Kodcnt Catchers Organic COHVALLIS, Ore. (UP) —All rangers of Benton County have been organized into teams lo fight the squirrels and rodent pests jenerally, with any means they have al their disposal. Pri/es will te awarded Sept. I. to the team having the biggest pest score. PAGE IME man. Miss Cora Lcc Coleman, county home demonstration ugcnt, and Mrs. J. w. Buder will ftlleiul the Dislricl luncheon meclliiu ol Ihe Arkansas Fedrriillon ot Women's Cliilis al nytss tomorrow. Mrs. Howard Proclor and Mi.-.s Coin Lee colemnn . nllcndcd Ihe.i picnic given by Ihe Osccola Dem-1; wralic. Women's club nt Glider l>iirk lust night. A fcuturo of the meclliiB, which followed, was a report from the National Demo-, ---- ... crulle Women's club. | Mis. Curt lienlon, of Homer:;- OsCCflla Mail Illld'CSlntl Mile, Mo., was taken lo the Mrm- Phls Mcihodist hospital . yesler- Maiy Jo Fisher: IUIB gone lo ()s- eroln lo .spend- ft: week wllh lin sisler. Mi-s. Watlc Qiilim. Mrs. Chailes Crlsuer muiurcn ,>, Memphis tcilay ior her iilcui'. Cliarllne Fleelwooil. of Memphis, mid her nephew, Mtirlon Allison, cf Chlriifio. who will return Imme wilii her for visits wllh relatives. Mrs. Criyeer was accompanied In Memphis by lirr nieces. Miss:;. Joy anil Helen Phillips, and (li->ir guest, Miss Ida-LiiRocco, of Chicago. •I. P. Holland lias, gone tcj llni Eprlngs to be wilh Ills mollu'r. | Mrs. liny Jackson, who condlllnn . has fK'couh. 1 very serious. Olhrr j member.', of iicr family are al-.;>| wllli lier except Mrs. Holland, wlni Is ill here. | Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilson llcniln",- i way and daiichters. Misses Cam-1 none Is lu Col- lyn, lovlse ami Helen, nl o.ik I'uik. III., arc r.uests of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Wlllluins mid Mis. Ida CuU'hlni;s nl Ihelr Annorel liiHue, Mr. ami Mis. hby lliishnjei- are vlslllug rc'lntlve.s in Hvlmer. 'iVt\n. Mlvs Joyce Henley Jim. lo Little Hock, where i.lie allend l)iiiui;lioi]',s IHuJnvs- leje for sen-ial monllis. Ill', und Mrs. jiihii Allison left Sunday nluhl for Hieir home In Chlvapo after sipeiuilni; their cut-ill ion wilh Dr. Alllion'.s I id her, J. P. Allifiin. inul lanulv, Mr. nnd Mrs. .). j. D'.UJ- |,,, V( > none lo pnrl Huron. Mich, lo •penil (heir \ncatloii, i'hillp Muliijieii. nl Cnrulheis- villc, is ii pntU'iii nl si. Joseph's hospital, Memphis. nvlli's ;ill who pl;iy tjiuul hislrii- nenls nnd who wuultl be Inter- 'Med In Midi an (n«anl/ntion lo otimniiileati' with him at rj:i- •eoln. Katieaiuns In Make I'llui iiYDNBV, Australia. IUl'1—Aus- tiallun kuutiuroos are (o rcnch mm It- :,tntdiiiu when Hie ciue- nmnd Kti'dloi of this clly Him "The Life inul AdmitiucsofChut. llu 1 Auslraliiin Kaiifiurrio." The cast Bill be wholly Anslrallitn niul Ihc iinlmals peculiar lo Auxlvaliu will be shown iisiulnsl Ihelr native wenery inul Drinking Wonles Clly BliUKKLUY, Cal lUP) —The •clly coi-ncll Is considering nn or- (Iliiiinte designed lo govern Ihc drinker between the time he lakes his first drink nnd when he rciich- en Ihc slago where he can bo arrested for Intoxication. The first' step (lint Indicates the latter stag« ' will he standing or Elttlng.on the street in such' a manner as to complicate trafllc. All Now Located al 101 Notlh Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU HON liDWAIIllS, l'ro|iflet«f ninkn ui rediilU Ty]icivrllcra, Aildlng MacnlnM ud culatoi»— UciMlrliie— l'«rt»— Klbl»n» in Forming Concert Band W. T. U'e. ul Osrcolii, vvhii formerly phiyril wllh Moiisa';, llaiid, is et:nslde'rlns tin: orv,:mliatii-.n ol a CCllCOll l.-illul In M|.;vi, ;s |jlpl |<ouii(y.: |[ Millielciit interest is |Miovvn mid if Hill-fir,id. inslru- iiU'lllalloil. is luullalile hi' plans I" Marl ivheiirsiih shortly, wilh a view 16 gU-hn; a M-ries ol i-i.n- j fi'ils In Osccola, Ulyihevllli' mull elsewhere In Ihc eniinty. Mr lee! Now Contracting Fall Acreage Beans See Blytheville Canning Co. Blytheville, Ark. PLIAIANTLY f nw\ m. v SPRAY MOSQUITOES, FLIES, MOTHS, SPIDERSonrf other insects STOP! STOP BUYING HOLD OFF tSaHMiillliMIIMMBiMI^HHi^BMn^BSH WHAT'S THE IDEA? Watch for the Big News in our Page Ad in Thursday Night's Paper telling all about it. NEW ECONOMY SHOP Anyway no argument I9ifi, UGGEIT & MYEHS TOBACCO Co. 1c SALE LADIES CHILDREN Buy Any Dress in Our Store at the Regular Price and Get Another Dress of Equal Valuebr Only Ic EXAMPLES Regular $5.95 'Dress 2 For $5.96 Regular $1.95 Dress 2 For $U Ic SALE ON BOYS WASH SUITS TOO!
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