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$54^ *••"'/ ' BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURlEB NEWS Sockl Ctleodtr Mfefit »isocia- tlea meeting J: 00 o'clock 'preceded by Wrteutive bowd meeting ftt 2:30 ' t o'clock *& . : DHphUn FlneYArtg group meet, iru^'9;30, o'clock at X3ity Library. . 'Miss Mildred Mocre entertaining Double ~G. Bridge club. - Miss , Mildred Moore entertaining Double B. Bridge club. - Duo-Quad. Bridge club meeting ' vith Mrs. .Tom. Heaton. . ! Mrs. Hunter',. C. . Sims having Tuesday Bridge club. Mrs. JtesM M. White' eritertainiag Friday Contract elub. • Tuesday club meeting with Mrs. -- Jesse Taylor. , Mr* W.-W.> Shaver having Tues* day Contrtct club., Maple Grove Cemetery associa- ; tioh meeting 2:30 o'clock with -Mr* E..V. Hill. - ' WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS *" - , Dogvood H6me Demonstration cltlb havtnt bingo- party 8:00 o'clock it Dogwood "Club, house. . ; Mrs. R. C. Ro»e - entertaining Town and Country club. / Sisterhood of". Temple Israel - meeting - eight o'clock' with Mrs'. Adolph Weinberg at 'OsccoJa. < - Mrs; Toby Long entertaining ADC Bridge Wednesday -Bridge club meeting v with Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. *\ Mrs.,: Charles L. Wylie having: Delta Contract - club. ,,', - THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. D. Hammock entertaining Thursday Dessert -club at Rustic >%- Altar Society, Church of trie Immaculate Conception,;, sponsoring .biftgo party, 8 o'ctodk/at American Legion Hat.. . - Mrs. Russell Barhtun. entertaining Thursday Bridge club. " Cee-Que Bridge club meeting with Miss Prances McHaney. Mrs. W. H. Bradberrj' having Y. M. B. clUB. Mrs. ^A, Conwfty entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. ' Double Four Bridge club 1 meeting with Mrs. Raymond Smith. Mrs. e-«JE.^Keck having Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Hotchkiss To Make Thdr Hotnfc Here ~ Mrs.^Murray Merton HolcVikiss ;^r., recent bride, came here last Anight from Memphis to join Mr. Hotchkiss, wllo is, with the Com- "rmercia'L Credit Corporation of this - city. They Ml reside here lit C19 West Walnut street. > , , Mrs. HtotchklssLi/t&s frontier Miss Marietta " Eave'ft^Ts dattghtcr^ \.oj "Mis. -Nclle ^Cams""7,Ea^enson,^ ,6f Memphis. She attended Messick W. Kyle, officers the loca chapter, are in Little" Rock for the meeting of the Grand Chapter: They accompanied Mrs. t. E Schooler, of Osccola, there Sunday, and all are expected to return Thursday except Mrs. Kyle whr •will go" on to Houston, Ttk., for a visit wllji her son. • * * f Class to Meet .Members of the Beta Chi Sunday school class of the First Presbyterian church will meet tonight &t 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs J. E. Beasley. • • » Chifc G*es t« Steefe The members of the C. B, C club went to Steele Friday afternoon for their weekly party. Mrs Lendennle Fowler and Mrs. Homer Smith were hostesses at the affair which was given at the Smith home in Steele. s Guests were Mrs. Dcward Smith and Mf-s, Conrad Frames, of Steele arid Mrs,. George Shamlln. A dessert course was. served aftff the games. 'Mrs. Paul Klmbrougb was- high and Mrs. second high scorer. Tent Turner Son Born A ion WRA bdfn to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bradberry at their home south of Roseland Sunday, Nov, lo. The baby who weighed six and one half _ pounds Robert Jean. has been named lias Birthday Party v Carol Ann Holt entertained 1* of her friends for a' birthday party nt her homo Friday afternoon. She Was four years. Old. The birthday cake which wat served with ice cream was in pink and white as were the other party decorations. Games were played 1 and oallooris Jr., of Memphis, were , guest* o' ty M. Scrugg* and his mother for the weekend. Jesue H. Webb and E. B. Lymar Have returned from Kansas city where th«y attended th« horse show Mr. and fc Mrs. D. Simmons motored Mrs, Frank Simmons to Memphis yesterday when she took 9 *plamj for Miami,- Fla., - where slu will ..visit her, son, Collins Simmons for three months. E. B. Gee Jr. is able to be out after having undergone an -appendectomy at a Memphb. hospital ir days ago. Mbs Mary Elizabeth Borum, wht teachea In Reiser, spent ih« week end here with her parent, Mr. artf Mrs. Edgar Borum. Bethahy Faught, of Little nock Mrs. Harry Eldredge, of Jonesboro and her hoaseguest, Mrs. F. A Owens of Atlanta, Ga., spent Sunday here with Mr. Faught's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. W. J. Fought Miss Caroline Haley and Mis- Lillian Shaver havft returned* t' Manila where they are instructor' in the school after having vteiteV Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haley and Mr and Mrs. W. W. Shaver for hevera' weeks. Charles and - Don Gadlng, sons of Mrs. Charles Gading, are both ill of ' severe coldfc at their home, 1037#West Walnut street. Miss Phe Marie Kognce, who attends Arkansas State College nt Jonesboro/ spent the week end here with^her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kooiice.- given as faVors. • * * ,' Plays \Vith Club Mrs. F. B. Joyncr played cards With rricmbers of the Town anc 5 Country club Wednesday afternoon when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. Cornelius Mortlnger.«* Refreshments -were-served durinr the games in which Mrs. Modlnge'r higl> and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, second high. Bits of News Mostl Personals The ReV. and Mrs. Clifford k High and State Teachers college Thacker have returned from Ga r - ln « viiuLi - i i,_ ' lcna ' Kans 'f where they were called ' "" Mr. Hotchki5s is the son of Mr.! t wo weeks ago because of the 111- and Mrs v Hotchkiss Sr., of Dew- j new of Mrs. Whacker's sistct 1 . " Jf^f^- H , e '* ras jfCrated from I- M rs. R. E. Blaylock underwent the University of Arkansas at Pay- ( an operation .at Memphis Baptist etteville having previously attended J Hospital this morning. Mr. Blav- the University of Oklahoma-, ji oc k. who motored,her there Sun<. •*- -* - '< \ 1 " "- ; d'ay, remained with her. Study Literature _ " I Mr. and Mfs.'C. A. Hovey haVe Mrs. Dixie "Crawford, presented a | gone to GulfporL, Miss., uT spent" program on "Southern Literature" ten days before going to points of at the- meeting T . rif Chapter N off California and Florida for the win- Miss Fay Stevens To , Wed C. R. Butterick C8CEOLA, Ark., Nov. 17. — Of social interest in Osceola and in Magnolia, Ark., where the bride- elect was heared. Is the announcement made (his week Mr. and Mrs. jr. B. SteVcns and Mrs. J. Y. Stevens of Magnolia of the engagement^ and approaching marriage of their'niece, Pay Stevens, of Osccola. to Charles Roy Butterick of this ... The wedding is set for six o'clock Thursday, Nov. 28, at the home of the bride's sister. Mrs. H. M. Wiison in Magnolia. The Rev. E. B. Jones, pastor .of - ttie Magnolio Baptist Church,, will perform the dmible ring ceremony. Mrs. E. B. Jones will arrange t a program of nuptial music. Mifes/ Stevens, who attended Ark- anfcas Teacbe'rs College, Conway, and. 3m t Tennessee feacfiers Col-, lege, "Memphisr* has been "principal of,., the C^ridct School for, tlie "p*?jfe several yfark,' ~>^% 7 1, ^Tj Mr.'Butterick is'Jlhe S6ii of Mrs'. Charles Butterick of Helena; he is the northeast Arkansas representative for Arkansas' Grocer company of Blythfeville. After a short .bridil trip' thfcy will be at home ,irt 'Osce- 6Ia. " - _,...,-.Among prg-'riup'tial affairs planned for Miss Stevens is the formal tea to 'be given by Mrs. F/ P.' Jacobs of Odder-Rt he> hpme, "Wmdover Terrace", on Thursday, N6v. 21. from four until six o'clock, for one hundred guests from Osde- > the -p. ,fi. O. ' sisterhood Saturday afternoon; at thc^ home of Mrs. Elton W. Kirby. '' Mrs. Y/. L. .Homer and Mrs. Kirby were hostessses to , the group _- f lor a luncheon served at the dining - ' table ojc'hrysantnem urns in yellow and -white, the colors of the sister*- hood.-Jwere ased for decorations. j, • * * * • "'Entertains »t A Thanksgiving inotil- was carried out, inr the party - given 'Saturday night'by Miss Mildred Moore who entertained ,18 guests ,at her home. The_ living room was decorated with late Pall flowers^ and the tallies were also in the seasonal motif. ,-A dessert course Vas served a.t the conclusion of the games. ^Mrs. Joi)n Thomas Scai^lon of defeland, O.. "housegUcst of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutclien. re- '-vCeived [.high scort prize and Miss j Patty June Davis, *econd high. Attend .Grand Meeting; In Little ">fc^. J.-D. J Smith, Worthy Matron of the locaj chapter ol-lhc Order ^of the Eastern ^Star and chairman of Uie Appeals; aiul Grievances com' mitlee- in Grand chapter, Mrs. ,J - A.^ ^Salibat Grand Rcpreseutatlv for Missom-i- ~lrom\Arkan&is. anr' .Mrs. Charles' Alfdrd'. and Mrs. N ter. After traveling for severa 1 ' months, they expect to reside at G\ilfport. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dickinsor ' and daughter. Helen Claire, anc 1 j son, Dickey, will move tomorrow to Osceola where Mr. Dickinson ir employed with a motor company j Mrs. Martha Carter, of Kcnnett (returned Sunday •'after having spen' ( a few days with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. tangdon. Mrs. William Baxter Monday o Shelby, Aiiss.. and Mr/ and MTF Forrest Bedford Parker, of Memphis, were the week end guests o r Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Blue. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphrey nnd daughter. Anneila. spent Sunday in Gatebr TenVi. Mrs.-Dora Welch, of. St. Louis has . returned, home after spcndirif a week ^th .her sister. Mrs. W. S Langdon. and Mr. Langdbn. Slv •was motored, here by her son. Tot\.•Welch. and fainily and Mrs. Haze" Bollard. . of Lamay, .Mo., who als visited hi Pine Bluff. Mrs. .Jimmy Williams, who ha been Ul of n kidney ailment for several \veeks, is now convalcscthr hi her home. Mr. and Mrs. George Pfcufffcr daughter. Sue. and son. G?org r Women wh« suffer palufal, irregular wjriods^wJtsinenotjs. woodv . shells duties functional cause shoxild fi^rt^ydla. E* Pmfchatn*5 Vegetable Co»ipoiinfi^.yfmp!y"mor- tclous to relieve such distress, Pjmtfctftt's Cdwpoimd is raaete cjw»c- rt««jf to ielp «ucii vreak, tired -ffwr.- -fen to gnsittJling iljru dlffldUIt *iys. Over j.OTO.OOO womfn Ba\c reportea . WILL WORTH dla and Memphis. Mrs, Minor Cox and Mrs. John Daniclson dftMag- nolia will also entertain with a reception on Monday night, Nov. 25. at the, Magnolio *Club for one hundied fifty guests. DofWood Club WiU Sponsor Bingo Party The Dogwood Home Demonstration club will sponsor a bingo party Wednesday night at the Dogwood clubhouse, it was nounced today. The affair will begin at o'clock.- - an- 8:00 Thanksgiving Bingo Party To Be Held A tpecial Thanksgiving bingo party U &>lng arranged for this Thursday night by the Altar Society of the Church of the Immaculate Conception. Turkeys, chickens and geese are to be given away at the party whkjh it, to be-at 8:00 o'clock at the American Legion Hut, Caruthersville Society—Personal Mrs. E. A. Long Honored At O. E. S. M«ctinf At a regular meeting of the Eastern Star Chapter Tuesday evening, Mrs. Ernest A. Long, who has recently received the appointment as District Deputy 6f the Fifty- First District comprising the counties of . Pemiscot, Dunklin, New Madrid and' Stoddard, was the guest of honor. Visitors were present from chapters at Steele* Hayti, Kerinett, Senath and Campbell. Miss Dean a Johnson, of the England, Ark,, Chapter arid Miss Josephine Faulk 'one of the non-resident members, were also present. * Following the introduction and welcome of Mrs. Lon£ the chapter put on the initiatory work and i re- At The HwpitaU Wall* Mrs. Nellie Ledford, Steele, ad- mittecl. Mrs. Eugene Hejizey, city, - ad-~ mitted. Audie Bell, Dell, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ntw- man, city, a daughter, Sunday, weighing six pounds and twelve ounces. Richard Haney, city, dlsrriJSvd'. Mrs. H. C. Robertson, Steele, dismissed; Grady Maddox. Steele, dismissed. Leon Davis, city, dismissed. Arnold Jones, Cooter, dismissed * Riytheville lucted into the outlined the program and thni called on him to make the principal talk, "The Bulwark of Our Security." His talk concerned the Constitution of the United States, how it safe-guards us and some tendencies away from it; Miss Lillian Kelley of-the speech department of the local high school gave an Interesting talk on "How Ah Immigrant Found America" Mrs. L. H. Schult had charge of the business session and announcement was made by the Rev Wayne W Gray regarding the Institute of Understanding. During 'tlie social hour that followed the program, Mrs. Kent, assisted by the- other hostesses; Mrs. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, ~ 1940 served a delicious with coffee. Mrs. E.- R New Madrid. Mo., and „,...,. .,., . n charge <ol th^ program which was on the subject of. "Our Government.'.' Mrs. Wiiks was assisted by Mrs. Bay'e Stro'ud and Mrs. Roland who gave short addresses. The Uiks dealt mainly with local- government, problems -and dwelt largely upon the safeguarding of health through government administration. A business meeting was Held and plans for -the next meeting, vhich will be a Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 26 were discussed -and decided upon. Announcements from various other civic organisations were made and W. A, Shy,-representative of the Rotary Club; made an announcement i: regarding - -the son Michie visited in Portageville Wednesday with Mrs. Faherty Pink - ley.and Aubra Wrather. .Mrs., Ed James and-Mrs, Aubra Wrather .of .'Portageville - spent Thursday in Memphis shopping.. BURLINGTON, Mass (UP) — John Philipi-.j8dusa>s favorite horse Aladdin, now 2(5 years old, has been purchased" by Aiijustns Be"- thiaume as a pet for his two children. --..-• ,--.' • . • :':••:, -. dessert course of Sharp of an active D. L. Taylor, St. Louis, admitted. Bobby Lee Carter, Caruthers* villc, admitted. Mrs. J. B. Wimpy, city, admitted. Lieut. W. A. Randlc, Hayti, dismissed. Memphis McLcmore Clinic Mrs. J. H. Felis, Basse ll, admitted. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Coleman Boiowsky, Manila, ad^ mitted. Tui-ma' Borowsky, Manila, ad- iriittecl; • • Ben Borowsky, Manila, admitted. ' Memphis Baptist Hospital Verna Mae Blaylock, Etowah. ad* mitted. Mrs. R. A. Gaincs, Manila. ad» mitted. » Mrs. B. E. Blaylock, city, admitted. Thelma Evenson and Pauline Haih- ra and Mrs. GeOrge Brown. Mrs. Long received a lovely pottery vase from'.';''the CaruthersviJle Chapter! Mrs. H. N. Arnold making the presentation in the manner of> Robert Ripley. Mrs. Long responded and thanked the Chapter for the gift and their expressions of pleasure at her appointment. During the social hour Howard Cunningham rendered several -vocal selections and the Misses Barbara Buckley of Hayti and Patricia Shade gave clever readings. Mrs. Myrtle Long had charge of the refreshment committee and they served a dessert' course with coffee. Ace Club Entertained Mrs. Charles Walton was hostess to the members of the Ace Club Wednesday.- Mrs. Frank Long, Jr., won the high score award, a dish, and Mrs*. Jack Moore won the bndgo prize,, a novelty. dish. The • hostess served a dessert club woman in-the Ninth ^District was a guest. ' Mrs. Johnny Garrett Entertains . The members of-the West Side Club arid Mrs, R. E. Jessup were the guests, of Mrs. Johnny Garrett Tuesday afternoon at bridge.. Mrs. -Aiister won the high score Mrs.-J. L. Daniels bridgoed and Mrs. Jessup received-the'eiiest' prize..... ' -,,' The; hostess served a salad plate and coffee at the end of the after-, noon. course and -iced drinks. * * • The antennae, or "feelers," ol butterflies are thread-like, witli^ enlarged club-like ends; those of moths resemble small plumes. , v ; ^ r ^ -^ /_ ^ __L^ New Madrid Attorney Speaks To Woman's Club E. P. Sharp of New Madrid, Mo., was gucsfe speaker at a meeting -of the Woman's Club Tuesday noon when. it. met at the' home of Mrs. R. E. Kent-" He. was introduced by Miss Lucille Lacey, chairman of the - citizenship' department, who Get direct -1 relief from discomforts... rub throat, chest, back with--clinic-tested . T. U; Meeting All the -...groups- of the B.f.U. met together Tuesdaj' evening at ' 7:30 for a party with the deacons of the Baptist .Church, as' their guests. Mrs. S. C. Stepliah was in charge of ; the direction . of- games About thirty-five .members were present. Later ih trie., evening the group was ; served sandwiches,' .apples, cookies and iced, druiks. ' ;.;.'. ',.*..-•'* ,".\*S ":, . ' . • • Honor Visitor With Tea ,, Mesdames Wayne W. Gray and Ralph Baker honored Mi-s.'W. A, Martin, wife of W. .A. Martin, Rotary Gbveriior, and a guest of Mrs. Gray, with a tea Tuesday afternoon. Guests. .were. tiie Rotaiy Anns. wives of the members of the local Rotaiy club. ' '' ' ' International Understanding which will be given- at the Methbd- ist Church Nov. '28,''fiec' s -.S and ll Mr. Shy urged the B. & p. w Club to attend. , t - '•• ."••' •,*. *' ,''•* '' . : .. ' • ; Xcw Wednesday Nite Club Mrs. S. Z. Orgel and the -members of the New Weflnesday Nite Club were the guests of Mrs, Johnny Garrett this week at bridge. High score prize weht to Mrs; Dorothy Thompson and second high to Mrs Dick Lewis. Mrs. Pauline' Garrett bridgoed to receive, a prize. The hostess served 'a salad course and cbfifc. •' -. '. •*' '•'.'•' • • '• Johnny .-White left Wednesday for Memphis where lie will attend a training school of . the. National ' " Life . Insurance Compari£ '• "prepara- to his 'enterin th n field here. entering the insurance Mrs.: Ed 'James; arid Mrs. .Iver- . Discuss iLoeal and National Government Problenis The' members of the Business and Professional Women's Club met at the ; home , of Mrs! Dick Roland Tuesday .evening. Mrs., -Agatha ORDER IN THE CHANCERY/COURT OF CHICKASAWBA ' DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS, ' " - - ; Susie Bufchfieid. •Plaintiff. vs. ^.Nq. 7343 •":,:" Arville Buirchfield",' "Defendant. .•• The defendant Arville Burchfield is warned to appear within tli!tt\ days in. the. court named in the caption hereof ' and'" answer the complaint of tlie plaintiff, Susie Burchfiekl. ' ., . Da ted Uiis 4 day of Nov.. 1940. HARVEY MORRIS; Clerk By Elizabeth BIythe, D. C Par tip w & Bradley ' Attys. for PJtf, ' / Percy A. Wright Atty. ad L'iteni. :."•'•';. '4-11-18-25 WHY MORE? 1.— Short terms considered as cash. 2.— Everything, everyday, the best for as LESS variety in town—Meats— Poultry— Groceries deISve ry;to W n or country-No Ion- waiting/ unexcelled— Never undersold any day Ail These & More at the One &" Only RITE PRICE GRO. & MKT. 111-113 E. Main in Blytheviiic co IDS: Summer/winter. those cold troubles '•—rub; with stain- l«*r feet-working HOW LONG DO YOU READ WITHOUT RUBBING YOUR EYES? If you r. eyes bother you after reading ' a while you should have them tested at once Perhaps you need only a pair of glasses for reading and close work, but you should not neglect your eyes under any conditions Di J L Guard, giaduale optometrist, will test yotr eyes with modern •» optical equipment and give you the correct prescription Latest Modern Equipment GUARD'S lewelry & OpticP? Store LAST TIMES TODAY tick lu Powell* Drew :.-, MESTON STURCIS* CHRISTMAS Read Courier News want ads. Relief At Last For Your Cough Crcomulsitfn relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen ahd expel germ jacjen phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays tli<* cough or you are to have j-ottr money back. CREOMULSION for Couehs, Chest Colds. Bronchitis NOTICE! Mrs. John Long «nr>ofrees lhat sbe has srineti her work with the Pprncer Corset Company a«- tcr an absence of three Mrs. lon^f is abo taking: o>rr the di*nt*Ie of her the late Wr&. J. J. Davis. MIT. Lonjr has jus>t complet- ««I lh«i latrst covrsc cf training offered by the Spencer C*rset Company and ifivcn l»y Mrs. G. Norris of Little Rock. Mrs. John Long CORSET! fcR 113 tV. Kcnlticky Phunc U57 BINGO PARTY Wednesday Night 8P.M. Dogwood Club House BINGO p.m. . . ""*-he Catfcolic Church Altar ,' ' *%>' itS^* \. _ fe&\ CHICKENS: DUCKS. H U T TICKET^ 50c Greatest Buy of the Season! 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