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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 23, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COU1UBR NEWS 23, Beauty Contest Winner COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit (', It. Wattilns * Companion Itayli, Mo. —to tlie-^ KITZ TITEATEB —to see— "I»w of the Underworld" Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Maple Grove Cemetery association, meeting with Mrs. C. E. Crigger at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Hunter c. Sims having Tuesday Bridge club. Young Matrons' Bridge club 'melting with Mrs. Joe G. Titech- mann. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney U Banister entertaining Tuesday Supper club. 7:00 o'clock. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. James H. Be!l entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. Charles L. Wylle havin? Wednesday Contract club. Delphian Fine Arts group meeting ill Hotel Noble at 0:30 a.m. Mothers of junior-senior Parent Teacher association entertaining high school seniors with lea dance. Woman's club, 4 to f o'clock. Chapter "D" of P. E. O. sisterhood meeting with Mrs. Marion Williams, 2:30 o'clock. Ladies' Bible Study of Church' of Christ meeting with Mrs. Bemiti Cook. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Having bingo parly, 8:00 o'clock, benefit or Girl Scouts. Mrs, J. A. Leech having Thursday Luncheon club. ;\£rs. P. B. Joynei' having Thursday Contract club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mis. c. W. Garrison. FRIDAY'S EVENTS . Friday Luncheon club meeting nt homo of Mrs. Eilgar Cherry •with i\lrs. Boyce Stooro as eb- ices Tucker ;cl In Washington FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Tin not sure papa likes liinv., 1 heard hini Say the trouble with George is thai lio sil61ls 'vocation', with .two (ntticslins Snrtal iVffairt; Arc I'Jnnncil. This week promises to be a r,aln >ne for inimcrons groups which vlll bo entertained with various iff airs, some of which are in isiior of britjnl couples and an- jlher is for members of the city •ligh school's graduating class. The first dance of the season for Ihe country club will climax '.ho nflairs on Friday night. Mrs. Sverctl B, Gee will act ns hos- .CES, assisted by Miss Brown; .'or the affair, which is to begin .it !>:30 o'clock. Included iu (hose attending . Mr. and Mrs. Custis Forte Tucker announce the engagement of their dnughler, Frances Elizabeth, of Washington,' D. c.. to Fleet Cooper B'athorn jr., of WashinK- . ton, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Flcel Cooper Hathorn, of HiUliesbnri; ".Miss. The wedding will !>c sol-J errinlzcd June 10 in ii noon ceremony, at St. Alban'5 episcopal church, Washington, with the Hev. J. \V. Warner performing; the service. For her attendants, Miss Tucker lias selected her sister, Miss Lyneltc Tucker, aud Miss Kalli- Ic'eh Polk, of Haltlesuurg. Herbert irathorri, of HalUraburg", will be his .brother's best man and ushers, will be Lindsay Sllckncy, of Washington, and Allan Jones, of Little Hock and Wnshinglon. Miss Tucker, whose failiily is also widely known in Mississippi, received her later education at Randolph Macon Woman's college, Lynchbiirg. Vn.. nnd MI-SLS- sippi Woman's college, Ha t tics- burg;, where she \vns graduated. For several years she has marie her home in the cipitol city. Afr. Hathorn is an attorney for the. Interstate Commerce Commis- ston. lie received Ills B. S. de- fjrc-e from Mississippi state Teachers' college, Hattlesburg, and Is a member of this year's graduating elnss of George Washington Law school nt Washington. Ke is a member of the Si«nra Chi fraternity. Mr. and J.frs. Tucker and Miss! iynettc Tucker will go lo Washington early in June for a visit with Ihe bride-elect and to attend the rites. * • + Has Biriluiiy party Jack Applebaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jatk Applebaum, TV.IS liosl lo 18 of his friends at a play partial his home Saturday afternoon be a number of Miss Jeivnctte LichtcnsliMn of St. i.cuis, who is the iKiuscgucst of Mr. mid Mrs. B. A. Lynch, iinrt .icr finnce. HerL Lynch jr., will be complimented at a buffet suppsr jlvt'ii by Mr. mid Mrs. William La'.vshe tonight at their home. Ten couples will be entertained at. the Law'she home which will ,ie~ decorated with gurilcn Ilowcrs. Another party (his week for a trldc-clcct will be given by ihe Business Cllrls' circle of Ihc First Methodist church in honor of Mif:; Mary Cirace Hill whoso wedding to William Wynlt, of Joncsboro, .vill 1;^ solemnised Sunday. The iinrty will be at Ihe liomc of Ihe Rev. and Mrs. H. Lynn Wade at sleeves iv court train and veil of Brusrrls' lace. A'-sccond veil of Illusion which fell from a .lullcl la'co coronet, covered her face. ITei bomiui.'t was of gni'rtcnins and valley llllles. Her only ornnmcul wns n siting of iiaarls, a gift from the bi'lde groom. Her four attendtinls, Mrs. Ruth Ilnle Carlisle ns matron of honor. Miss Mai'lh'n Rogers of New Albany, sister of tlib bride groom; Mrs, Jcltic Driver and Miss John Ullard Craig wore Ulcnltcnl models of sheer crepe in graduated shades of Uanamu Coral, Blush Coi'iil, Pearl Shell and Romance T-ltcy ciirrlett colonial bouquets of Hoover, Johanna Hill, TiUisninn and Roosevelt roses. Little JcMnettc Bowen. cousin of UIR bride, us flower girl, wore a rU'ess of sheer crepe matching the bridesmaids. All wore pearls which were gifts from llic brldo. Mr. Rogers was attended by Jifc cousin, Joe Rogers of New Albiuiv us lirst mail. Ushers were Ralph Rogers of L-ltllc Rock, brother of the bridegroom; Sam Lackey bt Jackson. Miss., Oliver Ormoild, Forrest, Miss.. E. H. ntlcy of Os- ceob and Pete Scott, of Cnnilh- crsvillc. i'Ollowing tl»> wedding. Mr. nml Mrs. Hale entertained as n reception In their home for the mc-m- Bits of News Moslly Personal Mrs, Jo T. Trice, of Jonc.siioro, wns Hie guest of tier sisters. Miss llellc Whltsllt and Miss Alice Whlt- sill, yesterday. Wilson Henry, ivho has been 111 h a Memphis hospital, Is now much heller and expects' to be able to resume Ills work next week. Mr. mul Mrs. E. M. Jaffe ami Joe Applcbnum of Osccola, spent yesterday afternoon wll Mrs. Jack Applebaum. h Mr. and Mi:w Mary Frances Cleurin (center) was crowned ''Miss Blyllieville" ii; a ceremony which followed a beauty piigeanl presented at the schoo auditorium 1-rlday night. Mis; Billie Mrs. Thomas K. Mahart, who recently underwent an operation al i Memphis hospital, Is now convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Harwell, of Memphis, spent the weekend wllh Mrs, Harwell's .sister, Mrs. Baker Wilson, and family. Mrs. Wilson nnd (laughter, Jane, accompanied them yeslerday to Memphis where Janri will have her tonsils removed (U Dr. Mitchell's Clinic. Mr. Wilson went down today. Mrs. Harry Miller, of Osceola. nnd Miss H«Hle» Caldwell, of Jonesboro, Were the guests of Mrs'. R. N. Hill, yesterday. Among the Blythevllle people who attended the unveiling of tile Crawford marker In Crawforrtsvlllc yesterday were: Mrs. J. D. McDowell, Mrs. a. S. Molt, Mrs. L: N. Mathis, and daughter, Gallic, Mrs. Jiinics B. Clurk nnd Mrs. O. B. Criggcr. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Garner, of Greenwood, Miss., spent yesterday with Mrs. Garner's brother, Tom A. Little, nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips spent the week in Wilson as the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Rnlpfi RobWson. Mrs. nussell Phllllp.i arrived homo yesterday from Columbus., Miss., where she had bco;i visiting Mr. and Mrs. Olio Kochtituky and fiimlly. Mr. Phillips ami daughter, Hetty, ami son, Russell, met her in Memphis. Mrs. W. M. Robinson and daughter, Susan, of St. Louis, arrived fc'alurelny night to spend a week with Mrs. Robinson's mother, Mrs. A. M. Butt, r.m:l family. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. Don Smith, of St. Louis, arrived Saturday night for a visit with their parents.. Dr. and Mrs 1 . F. D; Smith and Judge and Mrs; Ci. E. Keck, while final examinations are being held al St. Louis University where Mr. Smith is enrolled in the school of dsntt^- try. They will return in 10 tiiiyh for the graduation exercises at which Mr. Smith is lo receive his <Ieeree. (right) was the second choice of (lie judges and Miss Marjorie Warren Heft) was the Hi In choice for the title. at (he Memphis Baptist hospital. rclnrncd there today for an examination. Miss Mary Lou Dunlap. of l!as- -eti, is n intii'iil at (he St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis. Mrs. Calvin Lynch, of Osccnlu. wns admitted lo the St. Joseph's hospital. Afeinphis, yesterday. Charier, Oabherry. of Wilson, is a patient at Ihe St. Joseph's ho:;)'i(:il, Memphis. Union Service To Observe Wesley's Conversion In A Union service sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance will be held tomorrow night at 8:00 o'clock at Ihe First Methodist- church in observance of the 20011 Hayti Society — Personal Complimented With IS. K. Shower Airs. Kussel Brooks « r as honored Tuesday evening wllli a B. E. Shower yiven by the Homemaker Sunday School Class of the Baptist churclt at the home of Mrs. R. b. Gilbert. Teachers of the local school system, niemlicrs of the W. M. U. and wives of Ihc board of education members comprised the guest list, 'the pink and while color scheme was used hi the decorations. roasting wcluers, making "hot dogs" and roasting; iiiarsluuallows. Pep rougs were sung ami speeches made /•• by Ihc honorecs and guests, Mrs. • Gilbert Adams uml Miss Opal Alexander of Memphis and Mrs, John MorliBtadt. Kadi member of the Auxiliary revealed her Sunshine Friend's name. Advertising Executive Guest ol Nobles Here Harry G. Atkinson, president of a nationally known Chicago advertising agency which bears his name, was the week end guest of Air. and Mrs. Crawford M". f/oljtc here yesterday when the latter entertained a group O r friends In- Mrs. A. O. Shlrcy and Mrs. E. Excluding Mr. and Mrs. ir. Grady Simpson were in charge of the i Manning and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff entertainment for the evening. ; Chtsliolm of Little Rock, and Mrs. Miss Lucille Miller gave a vio-1 Atkinson. lin solo, after which a very impres-i Mr. Noble, who maintains a stable slvc pageant was given. "The Ufc I of harness racing horses, staged an of a Girl." giving the six impor-, informal racing exhibition at- the ' tanl event:; of a girl's life which '-' ' <-.-.<- . - " was very interesting. ! A trio composed ol Mrs. Ksslc Ailcock, Mrs. A. G. Shlrcy and Mrs. E, E. Simpson furnished the musi- wliicli fairgrounds track yesterday afternoon for his guests. Three of Hie Noble horses competed, with C. G. Gratten, driven liy George Morris, trainer, defeating his stablematcs. cal numbers during Ihe pageant. D. H. Gratten, "driven by Jessee Utllo Gloria Gilbert represented Slid, anil Harvest Brewer, driven c'clock Wcdnesiiny night, jbcra of Ihc bridal party, rchitKcs The senior class members oC the and visitors from oul of linvn. num- -•ity high school, who have been' lining about two liimflre;!. Tlia in- onjcying a number of social nc-l torior of the Hale home on Eliza- tivilics previous to their grn'diin-' bcth nvcnuc presented n rolorlul 'ion. ivtll be com.ulimenlcfl by (lie felting with twelve flnoi 1 baskets of .nrthrrs of Hie Parent Teachrrs'j blue hydrcngeas and gladioli in association at a ten dance Wed- ' shades matching Ihc brldor.nmid' icsdiiy iiftcrnoon nt the Woman's gowns, :U'b from '1:00 o'clcck until 6:00 Mrs. nogcr.,' going away costume ivns a suit of rcrosn cloth in lilege • •- - Simmons and iUra. spent Saturday in Mrs. Frank O: frTimmonr, Memphis as guests of Mr. Mrs. Robert Scott, who moved lo that city about ten days ago and ivlio moved to Dycrsburg, Tcnn., yesterday'where Mr. Scott is to be connected with n Liberty Cash Grocery. Mr .and Mrs. Dudley \V. Dcnton nnd Mrs. Denton's aunt. Mrs. Vena Henlev. motored to Memphis yesterday for n few hours visit with o'clock. Before going to the dance lo be given on Iho steamer S. cmcrrow night at Cnruthcrsvillc, '. fc,v couples will be entertained it a party nt the home, of Mr. and Has. \V. K. Crawford. Mrs. Henley's brother, Wyatt Virgilio, of Dallas, 'Ie.\as. Mrs. Eunice Young and Miss Kra Wr 'ght were the guests of Mrs. and blnck, with fox collar, an-l ? tl ° Br <«">crry and family nl Lost i r ,^ (hc wcckcn(1 vhcn birthday. celebrated his fourth Dining the afternoon, the guests played games in the yard Later they were earved ice cream and cake and were given ball^ns for favors. • • * Jtiss Rebecca Tnjlor Wen's Leonard \\. Cooper •The wedding oi Miss Rebrcca laylor and Leonard W. Cooper \1iss Louise Male Weds Arthur Leon Rogers Jr. CSCEOLA. A'rk., May 23.—Of in- :ercst In Osceola where the bride's internal ,ind maternal ancestors iavc lived for throe generations, .vjis the wedding of Miss Louise Kale to Anthur Lron Rorjers, jr., New Albany and Jackson, Mire.. was .solemnized a't the Prcs-' 'jytcrian cliurch Saturday nllcr- loon at 4:30 o'clock. The ring ceremony was perform:d by jastor it Canilhersvllle, Mo. An all white nut! , black ncccsorles. Her hal was ofj black felt nml slrnw (.rlmincil wllh a wreath of Imported flowers. Mr. ami Mrs. Rogers will make their home In Jackson, Miss., where lie is connected with the offices of I lie Unemployment Convpensallon Division of Hie government. nnc sclcmr.i'/.ed Ayiril 13 by Magisrrjlc T. L. Cnssidy. il \tas announced today by the hrlrtr'i parents, Mr. Mrs. W. K, Taylor. Mrs. Copper WHS educated in the cily school.-. nn:l was cinplnytxl Wilson Society—Personal At the Hospitals Albert Ward was removed from the Dlythevllle hospital to his home Saturday in a Cobb ambulance. Miss Virginia Farrar. of Luxora was dismissed from the Walls hospital today. C. A. Guard of Ernialuy. 111.. who arrived here sonic time 1130 for an extended slay with his son 1 J. L. Guard, anct family, while' | undergoing treatment, was removed l to the Biythcville hospital today after having bscomc more seriously Jasper Alley was removed from The faculty and high schools war, entertainer! Wilson g«n.m 3 rj[E B £ lvthwUte "" ospltal lo ' Jiomc """- vnlt! 'P cr "'" l '- | by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. cram at Wayne D. Grny.l lllc , r ,,,„„, ,, omc Maf wj| on .1 . . ~ ----- :licme was used m the decoration evening, with a butfcl ! supper at seven. Two tables were green color ( arranged for the guests. Ihe dining having a centerpiece of lark- Aciolph .Meyers was taken to (tie Memphis Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat hospil-il today in a Holt ambulance afler having become ill d»rln» the weekend. Dale Gordon, of Gosnell, was ad- mitled lo (lie Biythcville hospital :f the English Countryside church spur and coreopsis. The guest list . , n keeping with the formality ol included: Mr. anrt Mrs. C L Bird ] Jc ;;! cl ' <i;1 . v for trcatmem. he service. Floor baskets of Calla'Misn Jewel Tyler, Misses Norton! , J ' ^roemvcll, of Hayll. was lilies were placed at Ihc entrance Goocllco.'v Symomls Racheli , " ' lo t1le fi '^ lllcvlllc h os- .0 the cliurch, nnd nrmthcrn .sniilax. Berry. Miriam" Huieil. Mary Cor- i p , ;l ] J' CEl «"l»y for Ireatmpnl. palms and fenis, l;ank«l in the nclia Carter. Mr. aim Mrs.'w. K !, , rtl IjCn Kin ?- wll ° tortured tm 'eg when he tell from a gin loft rcccnllv. was removed from the Walls hospital lo his home al Hutl- man to:lay. 3 was (tisniis-;et1 •r.aivcl. made a hackcrouml tor FurnlKs. Misses Jennclte and the rtitht bushels of Calls lilllt-s niillir.s. Miss . Saphronia John, in tlte-vic uc.vijn nt flic, K.ilhryn Coulter. Eva Lots Cjilhomi. ' Miss Virgin Rogers. Sara Lcwir, altar that VMS lljhl.'d with fitly white Ciifhcriral cundics. Preceding Ihu ccrcihony. R. L. Ware played a of nuptial Circene. and ifr. .p. E. McRnc. 4 4 Prrpents OprrcKa oil the historic organ that' "Punch atid Judy", an opfh'ttj has been us«d In the cliurch for!'" two acl -''- * lls presented before .1 fifty years. Including Liszt's "Llbc-;' ; " JC audience at the Wilson W:h »traum". and during the candle- j school auditorium Friday. M:iy L'I). lighting ceremony was accompanied by Mrs. Joe Albany at the 'Meditation. 1 Roger.-, of New clrcn from ' no grammar grader, piuno for 'niair,' '"' parti ' r " c l" rL ot " Ell °« w White" played by I.ois Jean Grcor. unrt in Ihc county agent's office hero! ^Mr. cooper fe <:i>»iicclcc! with tiic Texaco Comiiany. The couple will malic their home with Mr. Cooper's mother Cherry street. Bride Elect Crnnriiimenlerl MK, Mary Grace Hill, (laughter c,f Dr. and ?,irs. E. v. Hill, whose marriage to William Wyalt of Joncsboro will be solemnize:! Sunday, nas .compllmaital at. a mis- ccllaneoos" shower given by Mrs W A SlicitMOiV and Miss Sallic HUbler Saturdaj' aftcrhdon nt 3-00 O'clock at the Hiiblcr liome. OTBp liilmeidus gifts were p-«- EWrted Miss ftill by little Mildrril .Ann_Short and. non Peterson who girfp R fading before handing her tor decoYatM Basket cohtaihing L v 1 t ' • "' a ? c by hc '' /athM ' wore a l )criort ' houEckccpcVs."professional poopie T)w hosiew* served a desscft)model of Ivoi'j satin with high!anrt indastrial workers, in respec-' cou\r» to the 2J cuesls present. " cck > r <x* l»mt lace yoke and; live order from the Walls ho.-pital Mrs. J. B. Wimbcrlcy. of Stccle. underwent a major "optr.ilion ,it (hr Willis hospital today. Donald Welch, of Ilayti. w,v, :m- imttcii lo the Blylhevtlle hospital S:0n p.m. with over r.ttv V.,,1-! 1 "' " j ? ht for treatnlent. '• tik-i N:1lnm Teroy. of Drtroil. Mich.. ! «,is admlttetrl lo Ihe Biylhevillc spital Sunday morning for of Vows. Mcndelssohn'r, "Wcdilinrj ; " March" was used as the recession- n bcaiily piigcant prcscntcct at the city high [ r riday nijrht. school auditorium . , Kosc-mary Monaghan, above, wa of John Wesley's conversion al a. chosen "Ullle Miss Biythcville' Moraviim church en AMersgnlo street in London, it was anounce<l by (he Rev. H. Lynn Wade, president of Ihe alliance and pastor of the First Melhodist clinrch. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor ct the First Baptist church, will Rive the principal address oil "Evangelism" as Wesley Uironsh his evangelistic efforts established Methodism. Other ministers v,ho will take part on the program are the Rev. George W. Patterson, pastor of Ihe First Christian church, Ihe Rev. Eupha D. Eenslcy. pastor of the First. Church of the Naza- rcuc, and the Hev. s. II. Salmon, |)astor of Ihc First Presbyterian uhurch. At Iho same time, the conRreja- tiorts of Promised Land an;l Yar- with the J?ev. pastor, Harris as unite with the k,ake Street Methodist cliurch. of which Ihe Rcy. Frank Sweet Is pa;tor, also lor an Aldcrsgatc observance. Mrs. W. A. Dudley, Mr. line] Mrs Hen Harris, Mr. and Mrs. James Parks, Afrs. Pauline Cash. Mrs. G. W. Jones, and Mrs. Logait* Riippel, of Trumami, Ark., ^irs. P. E. Den.'on. of We.s-t Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Ii. G. Gill, Ur. and Mrs. J. L. Tidwcll. Mr. and Mrs. Uraxlon Ciill and '.liiiighlcr. Miss Robin Gill, NoWe Gill, of Dell, Arkansas, Miss Trances Fteinming, of Memphis, and Miss Maggie Sue Flcmmin"' of Ifulberl, Ark. 4-H Club News Notes the lillle Birl while Ihc Irio san "fiiat Lfltlc Ciirl of Mine". June Gilbert was the fchool girl with books in arms as the trio sans '.School Days". Mrs. Mack Morgan and Miss clco Ball were the bride .met sroom in the first love affair while the trio sang "Let Me Call Yon Sweetheart". Miss Margaret Stanfil rcpre- r entert the girl graduate while Mrs. Shlrcy sang "Memories". As Ihc fcriilc and groom marched through the room Mrs, Simpson sang "Let Me Call You Sweetheart". Mrs. J. by Jetf Roland. The- greater P'irt of the world's vegetation holds mast of its leaves the year round. QpJLlJ Everything for yout enter II. Walker was seated will, n large .„*"' I ? me " tf f nd «°mfort. doll representing the young mother Ad "" ss V>n Mjlme* We & 2So Admission Night 16c * 3Co Mrs. IVkrgaret Park rs Weds Mr. G. C. Gules l.UXGHA. Ark., May 23.— A wctl- diiiB of interest throughout Northeast Arkansas was solemnized Sunday morning at ten o'clock when Mrs. Margaret Parks, of Truman, Ark., anil G. C. Gates, of Doll. Ark., were married in (lie home of the c-niciaUng minister, the Rev. L. P. Flamming, pastor of the B',\p- list church, and Mrs. Fleniming. in Ihe presence of ninny out of town friends. The marriage vows were exchanged before an improvised altar 'n the living room which carried decorations of peacli gladioli, varied colored larkspur, interspersed with ferns. Mrs. Gate;; is a graduate of Broddiis Female College, of Clarksburg, Virginia, ;uul for a number of years bus ben a member of the numatm school faculty. Mr. Gales ir; a nalivc of Crystal Springs. Mis?., a graduate of the School of I'hannary of Ihe University of Mississippi, and (,. llow In business at Dell. Ark., oporalini Ihc Gates Pharmacy. Peru Salycrs A meeting of the Fern Salycrs •l-II Club was held May 20, willi Frccda Henson presiding. There were in club members, seven local leaders, and four visitors present. fictl.v Wamnlcr led the group in ciiiginj "The ,\fore We Gel To- BCthcr" and "The Little Chiggw." me club members made plans for mid-monthly meetings to be held nnd Mrs. Simpson sang a lullaby. Miss Wanda Mills gave the poem "Where Did You Come From, liaby?" and Mrs. R. 1. Alien con-. elude:! the program Kiln Ihc poem i by Edgar A. Guesl, "Home", The honorec was presented willi j a large laundry basket filled with' many lovely gifts. A dessert course j was served. ] * • + Gives Book Kcvie.iv Rabbi Pollack of Biythcville gave a very interesting book review on "Mortal Storm" Wednesday evening ,it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hianian Kohn lo a group of Ihe members of Temple Israel in Bty- Ihevillc. Those attending were the speaker and his wife, Mrs. Phyliss Bottom and Z. Jicdel of Blythevllle, Mrs. Jake Bernstein ami daughler, tiladys, Mrs. M. Kroll, Mr. and Mrs. I'erry Coopcrman and daughter and Mrs. Eli Saphhm of Ca- ruilicrsvillc, Mr. and Mrs. Jbc Kohn and Sonny, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Topper and son. Gene, Ellis Kohn and Sir. and Mrs. Sf. Barkoyits and sons, Noah and Jacob. | ¥ f * Entertains Club Mrs. W. T. Nelhery entertained her Monday ctub at her home Monday afternoon with two tables of, players enjoying a number ol games ol bridge with Mrs. Paul Lyons receiving the high score rcsuhrly throughout Ihe Baltic Gosscin year. Mrs gave a discussio on jilans adopted br tli c Dyes," Council for participation in the KctibaJl 'lonrnamcnt. Local leaders present were: Mrs Wells. Mrs. Wumpcr, Mrs. Daster. nml Afrs. Henson. A discussion on grasshoppers and their control was led by D. V. Ma loch, assistant, comity agent. Alter the regular program of nc- tivitic.-; were over the cnlire group played games for thirty minutes. Asia contains half tion of the world, the popula- Gas Gas All Time U ^ : X™=y, Mr, Ontes wore powder blue alapaca with lh!^,™° n^ V lltf > »°"'-' T "t". i navy blue accessories, and n cur- nTTgA ii • m'"''' . Watch Society Page Of Courier News For . . Free Show Guests Last Times Today There's Always a Woman with ,loiin Itlondcll & Melvyn Douglas. Alsci Paramount News ft Coined}: \ Matinee lOc lit Iffc * 36'c 26c award. The hostess served a and dessert course. salad ffa\c Wcincr Roast The Young Woman's Auxiliary of the Baptist church gave a farewell party Thursday evening for their president, Miss Connie McElyca, Aliss Wanda Mills and Miss Betty Tlirrentine, who are leaving for their homes, rrspeclively Cape Gi- lardeRH, St. Louis, and Memphis. The girls all assembled at the Baptist church then they all walked to Ihe Northside. A large bonfire was built and a good time was had sage of pink rosebuds and vallcv lillles. After an informal reception, \vilh Miss Frances Flcnuniiij; at the punch bowl. Mr. ,md Mrs. Gales left for a wcdcliiK trip inclutliim New Orleans. Pass Christian and Bllosi. They will make their home at Dell. Out of town guests were: Dr and Mrs. w. E. Berry. Mr. Kiriiy Bros. Dnirj Co. DINING- DANCING Special Dinners PLATE LUNCH SHORT ORDKRS Private Booths Qlencoe Qndl YOU GET BOTH Ihr ftrtrtiiim )-<iti Jm-c .t risM (o csrirrl .mtl the pricf yrm want lo- p.iy in any out of OUT ICCOTI- (iilioilrd Cms. In F.nglnnd. the Birutcst proi-or- _. , i lion <if llifalpr-ROprs nrc incbndc, who was (iivnn in niar-i workers. These are followed bv PRESCRIPTIONS Safe - - Accurate Fowler Drug Co, Your f'roscrlplion nniKisl Main & First I'hoiic Hi TEIfilfS to suit your purse. 1931 Chevrolet Master Coach 3175 1S35 Clicvrolrl (n.irli S2G5 1035 Chcvrftlfl M.istfr (.'oupe S2G5 1931 Chevrolet Tick-up (ruck SIB5 i'sl!)3l Chcv. Ul-in. \VI1 Truck .8175 Open Nijlits ami Sundays Tom Little Chevrolet Co, J'linne BS.'i TUESDAY PAL NIGHT 2 admitted for the uric« of. 1 HANDS WHAT do they tell? Are "they washboard 'lands, roughened and reddened by near-scalding water and none foo mild soap? Or are they carefree hands, that prefer a keyboard to a washboard — hands that need not hi'de when company comes? THIS fs only one reason for using our modern laundry ssrvlce. There are others, too, of convenience, dependability and economy. Tryusthiswaelt -WA LAMRY-CLEANERS I'TION'M ISO pngi Sere?™ <>% t/ Bfrl ail timiml I l^irhiann ^0 «»D'O FlCIUf'E Also selected shorts Admission Matinee lOc & 26c 3Gc ROXY Ailmhslon always lOc jfe Z6o Matinees Sat. * Sunday Night shims—Box Office Open 7:00 P.m. Shoirs start 7:15 p.m. Last Times Today Hoosicr Schoolboy wiUv Mickey Rnnncy & Anne Nagcl Atsn srKf'IAF, NKWSBKEL show- ii'i; (In- |iro]iln and artivitics i>f Rlylhcviltc ami Mississippi County 3lc PAL NIGHTS! Tue.-Wed.-Thur. Two AilmiltcK for the Price o[ I 'EXTORTION 1 willi ScoK Cfclton. Mary Ru S . sc(l, Thiirston Hall & Arthur Loft. Joe Collcei- turns sleuth to (rap a campus Also selected shorts

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