PAGE TWO (ARK.) COUHIER HEWS TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1938 COVRIER NJEffS TOMPLIM£Sh:.«lY TICKET This Ticket' ^'111. Adinit E. R. Coni.iasler & <Jo'mijainlon ' LeiianW, Ark. ' —to in*— ' EITZ THE4TBB —to see— "BLDEBEARU'S 8th WIFE" Social Calendar WEDNfiSUAV'S EVENT? Mrs!' C. A. ' Cimingliam' having Wednesday Bridge clitb. ' ' , 'V^dnesday Coutract c.lub niecl- Ing with Mrs, L<iy ' Welch..' ' Central parent' Teacher association iiie'ctiiig 3:00 o'clock at sc\>ool preceded by • executive board nt 2:30 o'clock.' VfcmnnV M/ss.lonnry Society First Methorli3l church, sponsor- Ing May Day breakfast at U. S rend "51er Ftol U-ill Came" and "All Old Maid," and Miss Ada H. Doiioho and Mrs, Duncan played a plaho duct of "11 Trovntore." . '" • • » + • ' May lireakfasl lo lie fcld Despite \VfaUu-r. Tlie May braikfas't will bo lifld .omoriow rcsardless of weather conditions, It. was announced today by the Woman's Missionary teddy of tlic First Melhuilkl church, H U' Is not raininjf In Ilietnorn- int', the affair \U11 be (jivcn on Hie Iniwii ol Ihe U. S. Branson hcmc nr, «as originally pliinncd, but' if the weather is bad, the Iffcakfait will be served In the Branson home from 6:00 o'clock uiilil 9:SO o'clock. To Ijjlvc Widely Known Hoiking liXpe/t at Parly Mrs. Ilany King of Ho,\ie, who lias become widely known as an were: Mrs. Hugh flel.soi.i TUomp- 1 son, who represented ' a worker ainong the French people In Louisiana,' the' miselpn' for 'which Is located in New; prleans; Mrs! Rives Allen, '.who 1 . Interpreted » ' worker from tl^c 'Cliiy^soV 'sel,UeniC)jt in Louisiana; Mrs. S, H. 'salnjoii, who rcpresehled tlic wife' of a minister who was ii missionary lo Indians; Mrs. Ross Stevens, who Interpreted one of the ChocLa^w Indlaivs; NJre. I). C. ' McLean, who represented a worker 'among (he : uncliiirclicd people of Florida; Mrs. c, U. Bub- cock., who represented a woman from tlic Italian ' mission; ' filrs. Jaiiios 11. Bell, who represented iv student 'from the Mexican school. • A ( t the conclusion of tljc program, Mrs. Cl. W. Dillahunly dressed in a peiuanl' costume read Ihe poem' "Tlic Inlerprctcr." As she finished reading, she slipped out of the peasant costume indicating lhal 'she was an American cltb.cn and DO louiicr an alien In this Marilyn l^ecl, Miss Inez liinc, Mlw Lena Jcnljlngs nnd'MIss Dcmci.ra Webster. "•'••< The nanie pf the class In the future will, be "FMelis", and 'the aln of the inpJnbcrs "Is tp be "willing workers". Ihfe class colors arc purple and white. ' '•••" At the close of the business ses slon. the class SOUR "Our JJesi' ai sung, MM. Conley served sand wichcs and tea during the socia hour which followed. Al Council MeetliiB Mrs. L. L. Ward was hosiers U the members of the Woman's Coun ell of the First Christian church : a R luncheon nt her home ycstcrda. when Dr. J.. E. Mowly, wlio 'n'n Ijccn a missionary in India for 2 years, .s|x>ko to Ihe liroup. In Ihe devotional period, Mrs Gcorjjc W. Patletsbn led'lli'c. ijymi'i niid Mrs, Cecil "Lowe read, ''tli iKirlplure whlcli 1 wa.is 'follow'eil 'b Baptist church a,t u; social mccl- Belly, were In Jonesboro hist nlglil Ing la,6<, night'al VhQ hoi.ne ol Mrs.) for the coaiinonccnient exercises at J?ff r! -?5' I Arkansas State college. Miss Mary Mrs.'A. T. Cloar, president, was Grace Hill spent (lie weekend there In charge of Ihe business session follu^lnB which Ihe (jiicsls played yanks 'and conlcsls. Spring flowers decorated the house. A pink anil while color scheme was carried out in Uie dessert plalc of brick ice cream and individual cakes and sailed nuts. + * • Study Japan Mrs. Jess Sicilian was leader of the -Royal Service program on •Japan" which wns presented al Branson home from until 3:30 o'clock. Ladies' Bible study, Church of Christ, meeting 2:30 o'clock wilh Mrs. Elbert Alley. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. L. Homer enlerlainine Mid-Week Bridge "club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Charles Crigcer. ''Mrs'. J. A. Leech having Thursday Luncheon club. ' Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs.'J. E. Hasson.' JeiyUhl Ladies' Aid "niceting 8::00 o'clock "at Temple Israel. 'FRIDAY'S' EVENTS Mrs. Ocoi'c'c Shaiiiilij' entertaining Friday Luiiclico'n 'club. Sudbucy Pareiit Teacher association spo'nsoring bjngb party, 8:00 o'clock at' school. ; Mrs. Donald \Verta presenting piano pupils in recila.1 at First Methodist church. 3:00 ' o'cloc):.' ' 'SATURDAY'S 'F,VENT>' Mrs. W. D. Mc^lurkln and. Mrs. J, W.- Adams,, jr., Diilcrtairiing chapter "N" a! P. E. O. sisterhood with luncheon Saturday, • 1:00, o'clock.' Will ^utertain For I're-Sciical Mothers Mot'ners of pre-s'chopl children ore to be tlie special Quests of the Central Ward Pareiit-Tcnchcv association tomorrow afternoon when thai group meets lit 3,:00 o'clock at the school house for an.'Installation at officers. The nieeling will, be preceded by an executive board session at 2:30 o'clock. Will Have Bingo Party Mrs. C. C. Wood arid Mvs. Jack Thro'will fcc hostesses at the bingo party lo be given 'nt 8:00 o'clock Thursday highl at' the CaSliolic hall under the auspices of the altar society of the Church of the Im maculate Conception. " Proceeds frorn Uie affair will go to the organ fund of the church. Have Annual Parti Fqr Mclhcis and Daughters' Miss Thelma \\'ells,' presldonL of tne Business and Professional'\Vo- mea's cinb. and Miss Louise'Simon vice president of the orgatiizalion vrere hostesses ai the club's aiiiiua motherland daughter parly at the home of Mrs. W. T. Obsrsl last night. Mrs. Oberst's home \yss decorated wilh colorful flowers. A bowl of roses was used as the'centerpiece of the dining room table, and an attractive bouquet of the same flowers, placed on an" end table, reflected in a console mirror. Miss Wynctle Shepherd, accompanied by Miss Sue Ramcy. sang R vocal solo following which Ihe 25 guests played fiddlesticks. Chinese- checkers and other gaims. The three prizes which were awarded in "the "Barnes wciit to Mrs. n«m- sey Duncan, Miss Ooldic Heed and Mrs. Winifred Reynolds. While the guests were being served ice cream and cake topped with strawberries, Mildred Muir o'clock expert at booking nigs, is lo be .tiest of honor at a honking party' o be held Thursday nt the Wo-, nan's club. The all duy affair, which is open !o anyone who is interested In the lew hobby ol making rugs from woolen scraps and yarn, is lo begin ten o'clock. Lunch will Ue served al noon with each to lake u dish. For some lime n number of Bly- Iheville women have been Interested In the making of liooxctl nigs and ;lncc! Mrs. King was recently here. !he interest has s nmoiifi vari- ' the Lord's Prayer. Mrs P. I. Joynev was at the pi- Cur ,, lg the'business session con- ano throughout the afternoon, ami ducted by Mrs. J. 1 p ' Smitli It Mrs. /nl ,! irnrrta,, n,-«,,l,,,l „, ^ ^^ (Q 6ntpVUh> -^ fl dinner Wednesday.' night,' al "the; Christian Hall iji honor oC yic school'.' gratlua.les'' who 'are inerii- liers of the church. Ttyose 'yrtid' \y(ll lie complimented are: Miss Patricia Wood, Mfss Mary Frajices' Geiir- In, 'Miss Sara Pauline Enir.d, ijllss Rub.y 'Ncllc Ogle,''E. M/Terry, Jr., I the meeting of the Woman's Missionary Union of tlic First Bapllsl church yesterday a/lcriioou. The devotional was led by Mrs. Charles Newcomb and special music was played by Mrs. Murray Smart. A dialogue, "Jnpiin, Fifty Yciu-s Ago," was given by Mrs, Ted King and Mrs. C. B. Kelliiiijer. Following a pmycr by Mrs. Tom W.' Jackson and a vocal solo by Miss Dctorcs Psjilmomift, who was accompanied by Sirs. Small, Mrs. If. H. Brooks discussed "Japan Today". Miss' Tresslo Allen told ol the "Japan of Tomorrow" which was fallowed by a reading by Miss Ncdi'.i Berryman. Prayers were offered 'by"Mrs.' Newcoinl) and Mrs. Waller Bishop. Uie ijroup, welcomed Uie banquet Guests. Ihe social hour, Mj's Allen's Circle H served rii- Rlvcs To Have Tea Mrs. C. E, si'., and Mrs. Charles Crigger, Jr.. arc entertaining members of the Armorcl Parent Teacher association with n lea at the Criggcr home ailerons groups. Mrs. King, wlio'.tms jusl relumed home from n visit through (lie east, was (lie tiucst of Senator j John E. miller, and Mrs. Miller, while in Washington, D. c. Sn ex- pei'i is she in the art that flic was invited to do hooking in the cap- Itril city. New York and'Richmond. While In New York she also viewed the hooked ui|> exhibit, al thri Metropolitan museum and will tell about this exhibit al the party Thursday. When Mrs. King wrvs here before she was Die uiicst of the Rev.'ami Mrs. I-f. Lynn Wade and her lovely rugs spent n pail of the time at the home of Mrs. A. M. null and Mrs. Tarnsworlli Blnck, also hook- Ing enthusiasts, wlio had a number of their friends to drop by lo " : cc Ihcni. Observe Ulrl.lntoy. Qf, Woman's' Auxiliary Airs. Leslie Hooper wns loader ol the program presented nt the tjlrtli- :lpy nicetliig of Ihe Woman's Auxiliary of tin; First Presbyterian church yesterday afternoon whe.u the customary birthday offering this year to 1)6 devoted lo forei-?n speaking women and girls who live in the United Slates, was taken Mrs. C. M. Gray was in charge of flic devotional. The program was In the form ol n "Foodlcss Buiifniel." Guests at the banquet, who represented ( ur. fcrcnl groups of foreign sneaking people or workers among iiiese home missions, were seated al a long Inble set with silver and centerpieces of larkspur and coreopsis but devoid of fend. :,irs. Hooper, program leader, presided as neon from 4:00 o'clock until 0:00 o'clock. Class Organizes Miss Audio Austin wns elected president of the Senior girls' day school class of the Second Hap- list church at an orgnnlzntian meellng ot the members Friday nlglil al Ihe home 'of th'clr teacher, Mrs. Andrew Conley. Other ulllccrs elected were: Miss Amy Staiincld, vice president; Miss Bobby Lucas, secretary and. treasurer; Miss Lftvetra Chiidcrs. chairman or stewardship'and'missions; Miss Bonnie Walker, chairman of activities; Miss Wilnia'Wright, reporter. Miss Jean Bumbalpugh was ap- ppiritcd ehhlrniah of'(lie rooin coni- nilltee. She will'be assis'lcd by IWJss Henry Wilson. cguncil nlso l.o send several inetnbers of the 'Christian Endeavor to Ihe Young People's Conference at Pclit'Jean, Ark!, the second week in June. It was also announced that the. installation of the new Coimcif officers will be held Jiine G. ; Dr. Moody, of Central Province, India, relumed lo ol News Mostly Personal C. 0. Daniel has returned from a 15 day' Irip thro'ugli southern and western Texas and Mexico. Mrs, O. W. Dlllulmnty, Mrs. Har- inan Taylor and children, 1 Linda anil Adam, Miss Jenny Wren Dilla" jr., attending the various commencement aellvltics. Dr. Fred Chile, who wenl lo Hot •Springs Sunday for the Lion's club convention, stopped en mute home to attend u denial convention being held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in Little Hock. Wilson Henry, who was taken to (lie Mcmulite Baptist hospital yes- resting very well today. Mr. Henry lias been seriously ill for a week. l.ee Coalman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Whit GooJman of Memphis, is spending a few days wilh her grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. !•'. D. Smith. Mrs. M, 'i'. Moon. Mrs, Smith iiiul Miss Nell Harris niblorcd down for her yesterday. Mr. and Mm. Joe Pride, Jr. ol Little Rock, will return lo llicii licme tomorrow 1 afler having the weekend wilh Mr. Pride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe I 1 . Pride and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dquyns will leave Thursday for Fort Smith and Van Buren, Ark., where llioy will visit relatives for a week. Mvs. J. i). Baiksdale will yo to Joncsljoro Saturday for her son, Butler, who attends Arkansas Slate Teachers college there. He will spend the summer here. Mr. and Mrs, Jerry While will Iciivc in ;i week for 81. Pclerslwi'a. ria.. where lliey will visit ihcir son, George, who lives llierci The Spnrluiis of niieient Greece are credited wilh the origination of the game of football. They created such a game about 50u B. C.. calling it "liarpaslen." Rabbi To Review Book In Sequoia Nallonal Park, a chipmunk was declared "chain- Oil RISC Of Hitler I' 10 " nut-gatherer" after it had stored 88 mils In its cheeks at one time. Rubbl Herman Pollack will review Phyllis Bottoinc's "Mortal Slorjn" ;H tho Temple Israel tonight at 8:00 o'clock An invilallcn lias been extended to everyone to hear the review of this liooit U'iccli pictures (he forces at p',iy which arc responsible for Killer's rise In power. At the Hospitals Fine For Kidneys Kvcps Them CU'itn and Ft'c From Poisonous Waste When backache and bladder ir- rllfitiotr gcta you up two or three liuics every night belter pay attention lo kidneys. Don't start Hurting them with harsh makeshifts, they are loo frail and delicately (.'pjjslnictcd t,o treat them Mrs. J. I,. Aslu'rall was admilled lo the BJytlievillc hospital yesterday lor an operation. Mrs. JSlan Brooks was dismissed i rough, from the Walls hospital today after It' you even suspect Kidney having undergone an operation re- trouble gel u package of good old cently. Collins Tu]Jo.s, who has bepu ill al Ihe Ulylhevllle hospital from hucilnry clyscnlery, yesterday. was dismissed Ramon's l^romiie pills for Hip ICicl- noys--Ihcy .ire nol expenisve, only ^5 cnits~and lhal satisfaclion liiinty and George DillahiuUy. Miciil Sunday in Dycrsburg as The guests of Mr. ami Mrs. c. C. Lee. Thev were accompanied Jjinujiry 1. Since that time, he has made.'a tour'of tiic stale conven- tions'and has also vlsilcd Ihe lending' 'churches'. At the 'meeting yesterday, lie. discussed his work in India, displayed; costumes,'swords, money, and pictures ot 1119 nallvc country I Susie and Wayne Taylor, who had licoiilc mid their idols. C.ass lias Social Mcelii "S Mrs. T. W. JeflrlCB.'Mrs. James Sanders. Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mrs. Blankenship were hostesses lo been visiting llierc two weeks. Mr. find Mi;s. O. G. Hiibbard, who wsiil lo Memphis Saturday, were motored home Sunday by Lhciv daughter. Miss Mildred Lcm Hulj- bard. who 'is a student at Southwestern hi Memphis. She returned after spending the day here. Charles Hall, formerly of here and now of Hernando, Miss., has arrived to Lee Meadows Harivell, two ivccks ulil Sfjii of Mr. and Mrs. Jim V. Harwell, was taken lo the Memphis Uaplfst hospital yesterday. The baby became .seriously 111 Sunday hut is belter today. Mr. Harwell is wilh him. MLS, Harwell, who is now at home "here, is convalescing. Mrs. C. J. Cnrliind, of Osceola, is a patienl at the Mcinphln Methodist hospital. Always More .(money back. gcod and safe is guaranteed or Adv. 1 MDEU)*EOAPDENSTEflHEn 'CahduL Besides easing functional pains of menstruation, Cardui aids in building up the whole system by helping women to get more strength and energy from their food. as loastmistfess. Other "guests at the banquet DJNING- DANCIN.G Special Diiin,et:s PLATE' LUNCH SHORT ORDERS Private B.ooths (jlettcoe (//till You need ause that refreshes *... at home, too \ou enjoy'(lie Jxniss ifial refreshes, vrilli ice-cold Coca-Cola away £rdni l.ipii)e.' And you 'can enjoy it at home, too. Buy it in trieharidy.six-boUfe cation from your dealer. It's so easy to carry. . CO.CA-GOLA C6. H5 iiieinliers of the Young Mritron'.-, Sunday school cla.ss of Ihe First at dt I'J.'U Chevrolet, Caster Coach $1,95 in:« Chevrolet Master Coach S215J 1936 l-'uid V-S Deluxe Coupe ?:!25 1830 t'linreli't fj 110 ,.j Stijaii §325 TRUCKS 1!)3C lord V-S IMek-up Truck S27E 1U31 Chevrolet l'icli-u|) Truck A-I CuiiilUion §1G£ ni;iny 19:iJ-:)5-3(j-:n Cheirolcl am: Ford Trucks. I'rices arc right. Tom Little Chevrolet Go. I'lionc 033 ... waiting right around the corner... in nearly a million stores Avhere cigarettes are sold you'll find that friendly white Chesterfield package. Chesterfields are made of the best ingredients a cigarette can have. -. mild riftc home-grown tobaccos, qromatic Turkish and pure cigarette paper. Chesterfield's, milder better taste will give you more pleasure than any cigarette you ever smoked. ,.f ll:t MQN. MAY THE EASTERN STAR Wilsou Clupl« 132 niitliitllr ittntcs yvii to il.i MOONLIGHT EXCURSION Uv. Sin Souci lindinq. .. ,9.00 Dm (On ilfii'n l/isfcajy J!i mi. kite* OmoW Tltkfli <oO us for a jtllly gaud liiisef Fcjtuimg Ihe MISSISSIPPI SEKKNAUEKS fitaa'r fsmou, 12 Pint h'ottllf D-inte Admission S Admission lOc & 26« ICc & 3Go Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests TUESDAY LOLA LANE-PAUL KELLY OI-t:lU t>r WIUKM CLEMENS . Pnuntnl b ? .WARMER RROf. • *.rj r 1l N«tlon>l Plctur* !trm fli; It tf^F* Intirt - fmt iVr S'MJ bj JriSfli; C»14,»»F • t«i»J 1^1 iin ittfitiiii mr-ti ii Fct^nit PrtJ Also sricclcd sliorls. Ailmistion Matinee lllc & 2lic Nifilit 16c & SGt Weds. - Thurs, cc»isr HI! or i ^^ ijlit I2i8, tiWETti; M COLBERT-COOPER fi "BLUEBEARDS^ EIGHTH WIFE y ERSST LUBITSCH Admiuion Slatincc 10r. jfc MS lit 16c A :j6" Everything for your enter tainrni'nt and comfort. ROXY Admission always 10c &• 26c Malinctvs Hat, A Sinnlay Nifihl shows— Hnx Otlkc Open 7:00 p.m. Shows start 7:15 p.m. Vuc.-Wed.-Thur PAL NIGHTS! Two Adniitlcil fur the Viicc ot I 'Main Event' wtlh Robert Pnigc & Jacqueline Wells Also comedy •I.
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