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PAGE TWO BLYTI1EV1LLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 27,-1933 Win Scholastic Honors COilltlER NEWS '. COMPLJMENTAHY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit C. Buchanan & Companion myllimllr, Ark. —to (He— IUTZ THEATEU —to S*e— : "YOBEUNO KHV FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia _, . . t Is Hostess To Clu'j j *Mrs. B. A. Lynch was hrvsless] t<i the members 9* the Mid Week | Bridge clu'j and Mrs. Jesse Taylor | atf a luncheon and bridge patty at ' l^ei;' home yesterday, -lunch wM.'iWod nt Hie dining taljc on which A bsumiet of mixed flowers were used. Blue hydrcngcas wqr<> prrangcd in tlic liring room wrie'ie. bridge was pkiye<). Mrs, A, doiiway was presented a rose cookie jar for- high score prize and Mrs. Taylor, n fostoria relish dkh for tfam prize. * * * I!ii3t! Elect Complimented ,Two panics In U'e :;erles ol nf- fairs which have teen given in compliment to Miss Mary draco 1H1I. whose wedding to William Wyalt, of JoiiesbOTo, will be solemnized Sundays were given this week toy the Business Girl's Circle of the First Methodist Clmrcli, who had a social meeting in hsr honor, and by Mrs. V. G. Holland aed Mrs. Rudolph Morris, who «> teitaineJ with a bridge party and miscellaneous shower. .In the parly last ni|;iit wlicn ilrs. Holland mid Mrs. Morris were hostesses, a pink and white color scheme ivaj carried out. Vases ol sweet peas and snapdragons in pastel shades with pink prcdoml- nhting were arranged throughout tlip Holland home. The pink and tfliltc scheme was used in Ihc salad plate whicli was served and also carried out in the covered basket in' which the miscellaneous gifts were presented to Miss Hill. in the bridge games, Miss Fran- cei McIIimey received a flower bowl for high score prize arid Miss Winifred Goodrich, Ice tea coasters for second high prize. The hostesses presented the bride-elect with sherbet dishes in her crystal pattern. Garden (lowers decorated the home of Mrs. H. Lyiin Wade Wed- ncsdfiy night when tlic Business Girl's Circle met at her home for a social meeting in honor of Miss Hill, who with Miss Martha Wort- hian, of South Bend, Irul., housc- Ei\est of Miss Winifred Qcodriolj, received corsages. Tfcrouelioui thu evening the 10 EU,ests played games an;i contests concluding thtir purly with a treasure hunt in which the guest of honor found four goblets in .crystal pattern. Butler Darksclale sang several numbers before Mrs Wade, assisted by Miss Pauline Ice Miss Al Kerude mid Miss Mavj HttMer served a dCEseit course. , * * * Clu!> Has Guest Mrs. Fral Fowler was a c"^st. of the Thursday Afternoon club when t'rje members were entertained by Mjre. 0. \V. Can-lean yesterday at her country home whicli was decorated with spring flowers. '; irhe hftjh score prize in the bridgo grimes, a summer purse, iveiit to Mrs. P. C. R&throck. At the conclusion ol the games, a dessert course was served. : » « * Hits Affenicon Parly . Poppies, rose;; and snapdragons were used to decorate the homo of Mi's. P. B. Jcyntr yesterday when WOO!' "Come look at the newly weds say in 1 gootlby! Are they "Wait till he gets tired of mush and cream and starts asking for steak." Bits of News Mostly Personal 'Miss Vrjiiila Martin, who has :rn attending the. Univer;;Ily of Missis:.'.I'pi at Oxfcrd lor tlic pasl • car. arrived Jioiuc lust night to !pcn:l llio Miinmor vacation with her parcnlK, Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Martin. Dr. Miiilin iird daughter, Mis. Roy Nelson, motored to Ox- fcrd yesterday for Miss M;irtin. Mrs, M. U. L:mk>r came J'.?m" yesterday from Senuth. Mo., where she had been the uncut of hvr daughters for a week. Hives Allen, vvlio lias l:sc:i sirl- ously ill al liis home for l-.vo week from mumps, is now slowly improving. Mrs. c. K. Coulter, wlm under- wcnl a tonsilecfoiny al Dr. Webb's clinic yoslei any. Is rcjlinj well at licr home lodny. Mrs. Hbhard DuVatl and grand- con, liilV King, Mrs. .1. A. Womack: und Mrs. A. V. Pickering, of Equality, ill., will .spend tlic weekend here as the cuesfs of Mrs DuVnll and Mr.s. Womack's .sister. Mrs. Alice Womtu-k. fin:l her daughters. Mrs. lilve.s Allen and Mrs. Jesse. White. Mrs. J. A. Womack will remain for i longer slay. n.nbci'1 I'urvis, who travels over the southern states, Is here for a brief stay witli his daughter, Bobbie Ann Purvis. He came especially lor Ihc griulimtlon exercises of Hie Junior high school yesterday afternoon us she was a member of the Everything for yout enter lainment and comfort. Admission Alatinre lOc & 2G« Admission Nfcht 16o & 3Go Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests TONIGHT Miss Alafian llitilrcit fimioii .Miss IK-tty F.herdl Miss Marian Tompkins anil ilildred Bunch lieu jor firs! .-.chclastc honors among members of th 1 ji'iidii.itlni: cliis-s of Ihc .senior hi<;li school. Third limners iitnl to Miss Betty Knerdt. Other tanking students were: Miss Sue Hiimey, Miss Tlomiic Jeanne Buchanan. Miss Sara Evrard, :•:. M. Terry, jr.. Miss Winifred Crawford, Miss Patrick Wood, Miss Marjorie Warren. Thr. v o ralin^.s cover Ihc entire four yeair, of hi^h .-ichoo). These honors will lie announced and awards presented at the Commencement exercises tonight, fi n'dcck. at Ihe City Auditorium. E. F. Blomcyer, Mrs. Byron Morse, Mips Rosa M. Hardy, Miss Cecil "assidy. Miss Grace Phelps, Miss Mnry Bane. Mrs. Farmer England, and Mrs. George Palmer. * * * Daughter Horn A daughter was torn to Mr. anil Mrs. Bennie Fowler Tuesday night, at their home, IM West Sycamore street. Ihc In'ay, who weighed six ~ci!iuls, has been named Linda Dale. * 3 » Has Club A pink color .scheme w.is carried out in the morning party Riven ycstfrdny when Mrs. Russell Phillips hail tlic Thursday Uuwhcoti club and two guests, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and Mrs. Ellon W. Kirby. In the bridge Barnes u'lrich \vcre on the sun jjorcli of the Phillip's' hciuc.iMrs. Ross n. Hughes \va.wil3h-a.nrt' 'Mrs. Byroiv Mcrsc. cecofid liigji. ' • Sweet peas, hi a tavl of pink crystal forniod Ihe centerpiece of the dining bible where lunch was stive:! following the games. Colorful g.irdcu flowers and gay porch furniture- aflonlcd an attractive for the card games. i O'sceok'. Society •— Persbnal Circle "B" Meets. Mrs. F.. O. Gwyn was the tleyo- (icnal leader at Ihe meeting of circle "B" of the MclhtfUst Missionary socieiy nn Monctny aHcr- nr.cn at Hie church. PUuip were ivmcle for a rummage sale to he, held on June -4. The circle accept - prcsidcnt; Barbara Banks, vicc- lircsidcnt; Ijivclle Holers, secre- laiy; Betty Ann Whitworlh, treasurer; Geneva Wages, publicity. • * * Miss pe.ir) Cart-wright left yfs-] lertlay for Annnpolls, Mil., where she is to be the guest of Midshipman Fred r Mr. and Mrs. Sam Head have nn their uucsls, their son, Jesse U. Head and Mrs. Hcinl, ot Oklahoma City, Okb. Mrs. Sam Head, who lias liecn very ill, is now improved. ivilli his liiircntii, Dr. and Airs. I,. It. Mjore and family. His brother, Hal, who is also a stn:k>nt til the I ulicol, is visiting friends in l/>;iisi- aiia belcrc entering a forestry camp t n^valiu:a. La., for six ',vcck.s. Miss r.imiie Pike, of Tsnip.i. Ha., and Mrs. Dixie Chandler, of St. Louis, me .spending Ihc weekend witli (heir bro'.lier, C. M. I3u:fc, and family. Mrs. Earl O'Neill and daughter. l'r?3,v ADD. of Alouro?. L:i., .ir«? the iests of Mrs. O'Neill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck, for two weeks. Mr. OVJeil), who i. 1 ; nc.v allcnrllnj In ':.i::inr:is in northcasl, Mi5:-:ouri, (heir OO'th wedding annivcrwiry May 1. Funeral liles were conducted at lie residence at tl o'clock. DlUM Mvs ' s ' 1 slcr - activities of Jacobs jr.. for tlic June Week at the United States Navrd Academy. Hlic wns accomiianlcd on the motor trip by Miss Ruth Spcnrs. Scotllel ling Martin and Misses Gloria und June JHartin mol.are.-l lo Shiloh ipark and 'Pickwick Dim Sunday for an all day motor Irip. Mr. and -Mrs. \V. C. Gale:; rc- Alleiid Funeral For Mrs. C, E. Emerson turned Wednesday Wichita Falls. 'Jcx.. Ncel and Memphis. Covin(!ton, Mrs. David and Eallic Tenn. Tht- Marks Orccr of party will return June 5. MJM; Mnrlha Jnnc Curlwright will lr;ivc Sundsy for Winter Park, Ma., lo be Ihe guest of Betly Lee McCutchen of Blylheville. who I.-; n student at Rollins col- night from where they iile Mr. Calcs looked after his oil interests there, 'they will probably spend a shorL., time here before returning to Texas.'' .Miss Vcra Saliba, who attended State'University at I3a- Mrs. Ciirisline Webb Purvis. Mrs Grace. Webb Wilks and Mrs. Henry Hutiijilircy were in Hernando, Mis.','.. today for the funeral of Mrs. C. E. Emerson, who died at her home ttterc yesterelny afternoon following a brief illness. She was 10 years j i>t age.'- .Jlrs. Emersflii, a meiiilier of ai At the Hospitals Mrs. Franklin Wnvlh underwent a minor operation at the Ulytlievillc ho.-piial last night. Mrs. Luther Dnvall. of Dicriivj. nnderwetit n miiiDr cpcrilion yesterday at Hie Walls hospital. E.lison Hughes has been admitted to the Blythcville hospital ami will undergo a tonsilectomy tomorrow. Mrs. \V. A. Nash has b3cn acl- mit'.c.'l ID the Walls hospital for treatment. Miss Eunice Brojdon, who recently undsnvcnt an operation for appendicitis, was dismissed from the Walls hospital today. Edward Cribbs, three ';ear old son cf.Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Webb, was admitted lo the Walls hospital to- day, lie Is ill from baciliary dy- enlery. Mre. Allen Huddleston and infant son, Richard Harwell, have been dismissed from the Walls hospital. Read Courier News Want Ads. DINING--DANCING Special Dinners PLATE LUNCH SHORT ORDEKS Private Booths Qlencoe. Qlitl DCnniSOKEEFE miCKEYROOnEY GtMGE BARBIER ttSSIERAlPH lri;c. yhc will by plane from the; Pi riii uumencctue.nl Mnnphi:; anfl rcinnln »;> Miss Mc- C-ntchoii'n Ruesl. at sorority house for comme: activities, reluming by motor with her iu about leu days. Mrs. .J. O. Ecurlock has lo Aniory, Miss., to be the guest cf her mother. Mrs. A. C. Thorn- lon. for Ihrcc weeks. Mr;. J. F. Ktinmillcr and ebil- ton Rou:;c this year, Iv.is arrived j prominent Missisiippi family, had ylsttrrt het;e iniiny times during Ihc dren. June Jimmic. were guests of Mrs. Ruth Liuvhorn in Eteele, Mo., Tuesday. Mr?. John R. Miiier left Wed- ucfdny for a throe weeks vacation with relatives in Tnscaloosa and Boar. Ala. She will tc prcsenl s-t her family's reunion when the families of her five married sisters will be present. Frank nutter, who has been a student at the Army and Navy College. Marlon, Ala.. lor the past oneUd the invitation c.t Mrs. N. K Ehe cnttithir.Ki members of She Thursday Contract, club a«;l giicsl. Mrs. Joe G. Trlcschman, at I Gillespic of Joiner to meet wiili a:i afternoon party. Following ih? bridge games in which Mrs. C. P. Blnkemore \vo;i a pottery v:\se ns liitih score, the Isos- tcts served an ieed fruit tuinii \vitli cookies and sandwiches. Stnlons lo Be Honored Al Dancinj; favly Tonljlil •Memfctrii cf the sciik.: clr-is nml j Jnculty mcmbcn; ;l the cilv hi'fii Ed.iocl «Hi be enteitainet! Ijy inbtbers oi several seniors at an informal ctincinj party at the Woman's .Sub fcllo>vii'.g tlis commencement exercises at Ihe city audilo- rijuu Icnight. the Joiner .society at Mrs. Gllles- pic's hcn-.c on May sa. Oiiriui; Ihc rcci'cntiiit-ni hour comUiclad by Mrs. J. F. Rcinniillrr a bean cor,- lo.'l was enjoyed in which Mrs. \Vo:;f was the winner. Little Rose- niJ'.ry Kcliy and Charlolti 1 Rhen- biish \\crc ixmior nninibcrs pro |ont. term, j light returned home for 'the summer Tuesday vaen lion Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Butler. He \va-s accompanied by Joe Latshaw, who also allendo the same school, and who remained over Tuesday night ns his glll'Sl. The condition ot E. R. Smith, who i.; critically ill from pneumonia, is IIP-/hanged today. home to tp:iul Ihc summer months witli hcc p.ircnls, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba. Ti. A. Lynch will return lonighl frun Hot Springs where he lus been nttemlhiV 'the stale bankers/ .association meeting. Mis; AUa Garlingtoii will go to Scarj,y tfiis aflcrnoon for a visit j with her mother before going lo a Girl Seoul leaders' U.ihiin» cstnp at Camp Onachita, where she is, being scnl by Ihe Icol Girl Scout council, ami lo C.iinp Kiiv.ini at' 1 Hardy, where she will serve as a' counsellor. Mitt Ucrinc CcuHcr lias aniral home from Memphis for n visit with tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, li. Coulter. .S. Joseph moored dc'.vn fcr her anS Mrs. Joseph, who had been in Memphis since the derith cf Mr. Jostfli's sLsler, Mrs, Dave DinkcLspiel. Ho.vard Jfo^rc arrived home yesterday from Baton Rouge, La., whr .-e he *ns been a student al L~ui£i:im State University for tlic pnstyear. He will spend Hie rummer years her daiifjlilcr. Mrs. J. T. Hall, and family, reside;! in lilytlieville. 1 is also survived by licr IniSj J.-dtid. who has Ijwn .seriously ill for e lime, another daughter. Mf-sj Frank II. Wcbi. and one brDthcri f. D. Nail, of Ilcrnnmlo. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson celebrated ROXY Admission alivays lOc & 2Cc Matinees Sal. & Sunday Nlghl shows—Jinx Oilice. Open 7:001 p.m. SIIDIVS slart 7:15 ji.ni. Friday - Saturday EW ACTION THR1U.H —-PRESCRIPTIONS — Safe - - Accurate Fowler Drug Co. Your Prescription Druggist Main & First Phone HI IHis. t)i:t!ley Lynrli lin:.(rss. Nine mcmfxiiT, of Uic ,)im:or Circle el Ihc Woma.t'r, Council of the Christum church were quests of Mrs. P.nnlley Lynch and her HKtiier. Mr;, J. T. Coslon. <m |M'.'i!U:iy .-ifti'mcxjn tor their reju- JJcsU\«es Jor the affair ;3re: Mrs.: br mcr:!n». Thf Bikle lesson Iran w. i. Csbonic. Mrs. J. Merrill 1 l.tviticiss was-'led by Mr:;, ,io!m Jfinlz, Mrs. Edgr.r H?mck. Mis. E. Pchnerii. Mrs. Kev Cnuli'v of New M. Jcny. M«. Fred Warren. Mrs.,cricuii:i. who has been the .-.nest ivy \\. CvawJord. Mrs. c. S.jof her parcnlt. Mr. a ad MI*; W. fclevciis ar.d Mvs ilsiu. KarrisJu.iT. Ramsey, for the .joct. montli, c.^ . .. . , * l«as tile only •'EWfl Seniors r.'.llcrlninc;! With Ti-a Uancc al Club -rsms* ^S.ssn .;;,--/.ffl ^^ ^^^^^^^^^^A^ cr?; oi Ihc juniur-renior PnvciU; j,.^ u \voskv':. Tenchcr as.socistir-ti Wrcinc^d'x" • i- i t '' ^s ^ t x^\*f«^ * iow erystn, ,»,', of r 0sts , W i ,t,cr~live K ** V, ^S «™f R « - Pf°l*«". and Urk-lMocrc :,nd Mrs. 14 M.-. X «dl pro-! =rt/'im , > , V",. ;l S" C mitl °nviecc; the entire program nn '"ll-.e S'cSrr.isu 7 ^Scd^l^Tv ni.,,rrT"^2 >zf\ conlcipir.ee of tho Inco dnpal 11^ '^f ™^ r ^...'^ table. Other bouqtreln of the garden llowcrs witli pink and white colors predominating were, flri-angetl in vases nnd floor, baskets over tlic entire house. : Mrs. Hunter C. Sims and Mrs. expt-ri- "Cv" Perkins Moved Iu Hi (latl way & ^,'ircl s(. WEST M KM ('HIS \Vc tiuuiU ;ill (inr old c»sUnncr« fur iwst p;ittoiiag{<: and rcs|icrlful1y invilc you li> ntir new location. Same il — )!1'/ITER service. Plenty of Parking Space. "Cy" flimch \V D Cliamblln presided al the tj? lable in which a colorful rehenie was carried out. Tiiey were assisted in serving by hve members of the junior class: officers Miss Mary Ann Nubers, Miss I Officer:! Muck. Miss Peg t ry Bu-'departntent -ns people, will render n pn rant entitled, "flic Warm Heart'. 1 ' Two .short chf.racterizationr. will conipsye the, "warm heart" experience of John Wesley .ind that if a modern Methodist fainilv and cmphasfec .the vital need ol a i:i every commuu- thc Youni of the People':; j dctliodist IPESIDENI mnl hnrr n Crnnil Time Itii, i SWIM in smartness WALKER PARK OPENS SUNDAY, MAY 29 • Also cartoon A seii.il "Hush don fo IMars." Continuous showing Sunday - Monday PAL NIGHTS! nilmitlfil for Hie price of I MOONLIGHT EXCURSION and DANCE f,.t.sr IIHll rl,j,,y THIS , f i,l, „., „„ ,/„•, . '"'g»li/"l, umlr-ru. ,,ll.,tn'l c.trnritiiiii flciMirr 1 SIDNEY •s 11 PIECE "DIXiE COTTON PICKERS " Smartest Bathing Fashions for Men and Women Here Uric you will find any type of Swim Wear you rlcsirr. See them AM, at one time, and Ilicn make your choice. Kcc a complete icleclicn—al K. 1). Hushes & Co.—hcfui'c you buy, Ladies' and Misses' Swim Suits The nc\v I'uckercttes, \\'nol t.astcx and puro ivool in colni.s of black, Knyal Hltto, A([tia and (.'anavv. $3.90 up LAMKS B.-ITHIM; CAPS sor—I5r LAUIES BATIIIiVG SHOES ill en's and Hoys' Swim Trunks (•siiKH-flinra nil wool, l.a.slnx ami Allen A Life (riiards in greys, lilues, navy.s, maroon and blac.U. $1.95 lo $3.95 R. D. Hughes & Co. Also selected shorts. Admission Mittincn lOc & 2Bc Nigbt 16c ,t KBc SATURDAY A GRAND ROUND-UP OF NEW STARS, NEW SONGS, NEW THRILL-FILLED ACTION! FROM PINE RIDGE Also rnrtonii X. serial "Treasure Island." Continuous shewing. Aclnussion lill 5:[)0 p.m. lOc A 2Cc Admission afSfr 5 r.in. Ifie Jt- ::lc Sunday - Monday INTOVOUiillFE...'!! SiGRID CURIE Sati.il Coldwyn's new tcttcn Al:o Parjinount News X- Comedy Adni. .Vun. Mai. ft N'islit Ilic i. :;r,o Adn.iss.ion Men. Matinee lOe A- i(i r AUmission nionday Night l(l c ,V :!(ic

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