' PAGE WO BLYTirEVILLfi '(ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS 'rUKSDAY, MAY il, 1937 Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. J. W under Hell having Wednesday Bridge club. ' R. A.'s, First Baptist church, meeting 4 l>. '»• Junior-Senior High School P.- T. A. executive lx>anl meeting 2:30 P. M., followed by general meeting, 3 P. M. " 'Chnpler "D" P. B. O, Imving luncheon meeting with Mrs. J. A. Leech and Miss Peggy McKcel. 'Bible study, Church ol Christ, meeting with Mrs. Buford Martin. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Altar society, Church ol the Immaculate Conception, having Blnco party, 8 p. in. Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon prcsenl- ing'vlolin and guitar pupils in rc- cltnl al high school auditorium, 8 p. m. . U D O, meeting with Mrs. S. P. Marliu and Mrs. W. M, Taylor at Martin home, 2:30 P. M. Mrs. James H. Bell, Mrs. Kiisscli Phillips and Mrs. Ross D. Huijhcs having bridge luncheon for Miss Peggy McKeel. Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn having •Thursday Contract club. Mrs. W. L. Homer having Midweek Bridge club. Business Women's circle, First Baptist church, meeting 7 p. m. ' Business Girls' circle, Flrsl Church of Nawirene, meeting Thursday,- 7 P. M., at church. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Baccalaureate choir practice, First Baptist church, 8 p. m. Mrs. B. A. Lynch having break- last for Miss Peggy McKcel. ' Democratic Women's study club Ineetiiig at Hotel Noble, 0:30, A.M. Dorcas Sunday school class, First Baptist' nJiurcli, iiiecting with Mrs. T. II. Haynes at New Liberty, 2:30 FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia . -. —CORK. <9ll»KtAtCRVK[,l»C. T.M.BtG. U.S.PAT.OFF. ; p. m. . Elnwood Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. Eddie B. David, '412 N. Ninth Si. ; SUNDAY'S EVENTS Baccalaureate choir practice, First'Baptist church, 4 p. m. "There!That'stlic;lum! of dog I wiis telling youa.boul—llicone Unit looks like a coupe witli ii trailer." Junior U. Y. 1>. V. lias An Ouling , :, '. Members of the Junior,p. Y. P. U. No. 2, of the First Baptist church, had an outing Saturday, planned by their leader, Mrs. Carl Davis. , Tiie 18 present went !o Walker park, where they spent the morning kodaking anil playing games before wieners and iimrslimallcws \vere cookecf over an open fire for lunch. Cold drinks were also served. * ? . 8 - !UcUiodUl5 Have a Program Meeting. • -- ' ''* Mrs. Riley B. Jones was lender of the program at the meeting of,theAVpnian's Missionary Society - of the First' Me I .hod isl church Monday, afternoon, lit the.church. "The Church- Universal'' was the theme. "Irr'a "business session, presided over by the president, Mrs. A. O. Hudson, it ;\vas announced that tile annual.May breakfast will be held Wednesday, May 2G, on the lawn of the.U,.S. Branson home. ', inV the devotional period Mis. Jones was assisted by-Mrs. G. G. Hubbard at the piano. Mrs. Vf. D. McCiurkiii, Mrs. Kddje Rcgcnold and MU. C, ..G. Iledman spoke on "Building the Church Around the World. 1 ' . ' The.hostesses, Mrs.-C. 6..Stevens, Mrs. U. S. Branson,' Mrs. Ralph Nichols,Mrs. A. M. R. Branson; Mrs. W. T. Oberst, Mrs.'Me? , Clurkin, Mrs. Redman, Mrs. Hegc- nold.'and .Mrs. Jones, served refreshments. circle '} when 12 attended. Mrs. D. C. McLciin guvo the Dlblc lesson anil Mrs. Hcttle Mcndc, the liroernm. Mrs. C. R. Dabcock, president, was a guest. Mrs. Joe P. Pride was hosicss to circle 3 when 12 members and one (sucst, Mrs. H. S. Simmons, were present. Mrs. n. R. Allen gave the Bible lesson and the program was presented by Mrs. Leslie Hooper mid Mrs. Roy Walton. Circle 4 met ill the church when the 17 present heard Mrs. Hoss Stevens, a guest, give the Bible lesson and Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon, the program. Miss Era Wright, hostess, later look the members, to Borum's Drug store for refreshments. * * * llarillst Women Mccl. Circles of the Woman's Misslou- nry Union "of the First Baptist church met Monday afternoon. In the first group, Mrs. C. W. Allllck was hostess ,lo the Ion present. Mrs Joe S. • billalnmly conducted tlie business session before Mrs. .Wai- Bits of News Mostly Personal The Kcv, Alfred Carrtcnler, pa's- or of tlie First Baptist church as jjonc to New Orleans to litlciii convention of the Eouthen laptlsl church, He will retun Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt Hultmai lad as tlielr guests Sunday, Mr nd Mrs. J. W. Dolnii and son Bill, of Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Do an arc parents of Mrs. HulTman Mrs. E. M. Hulfman left tills'aft :rtioon for Lyles, Tphn., to be will icr brother, who is 111, Mrs. Edgar Brown of Dcnloi Vfo., who was stricken suddenl II Sunday while visiting her cr, Mrs. J. M. Murray, is slf(jhtl mrtrovcd. Slie Is ht the Murra ionic, 110 East Rose street. Mr Jrown formerly lived here. Oscar Bailey has gone to Ch ao to buy for the Mend Clot! K company. He will return Fr day. Clifton Wade, of Fnycttbvlllc, was the guest of his parent's, the licv. and Mrs. If. Lynn Wade, for the week-end. Mr. Wade, who Is an attorney, has bccli appointed a member of tlie board ol trustees at Arkansas A. & M. college, Pine Bluff, nnhbuncelnent of which was made today. Mrs. W. S. Hanley will return to her home at Dyess tomorrow Far Places Lend Colors to.Summer Modes Villinms, Dwight Hlackwood, P. 1 Tompkins, D. A. Slier, A. U. Boyc da Tucker, Cooper Driver, Fran Dulnncy, Nell nay, Otto Davci lorl ami B. L-. Cole. Music appropriate to eacli pat vas sung by Mrs. Georgu La. fucompanied by Mrs. Gilbert Mm In. In observance fit lite eoulliwicl G. A. Focus Week, slxlcen men icrs of the Girls' Auxiliary wit their counselor, Mrs. J.' S. M Cants, were special guests and heir G. A. hymn, "We've a Story, to Tell to His Nations." A good collection of linens, canned fruit and a free will offering of $25.(iO was given for the Baptist SUite Hospital at Little Hock. Mrs. Wclby Yomlir Hostess. Tlic Junior circle of the Christian workers met in business session at the home of Mrs. Wclby Young yesterday aftcrtioon. Mrs. Young taught the lesson from (he after haviiiR spent several days with her daughter, Mrs. Dixie CrnnTord, and family. Mrs. Tom Little and daughter, Miss Virginia, were in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. A. M. Bull, Mrs. W. J. Pollard, and Mrs. Fnnisworlli Black spent Monday In Memphis. Judge G. E. Keck and his court stenographer, Mrs. J. M. Murray, who are In court at Harrisburg, ni'c home fm 1 a few days. The> will return tlicrc Thursday. By MARIAN YOUNG \'EA Service StafT Correspondent NEW YORK.—With designers ookltig to the Pnti-Amcrican Expo- illoti and the romantic costume f Hungarian peasants for insplra- [on, the array of new summer resses has been made colorful, gay ind exciting. This Is a season when •on can wear bright gold, scarlet, 'arlous tones of royal blue, vivid ;recn to your heart's content. Pan-American Exposition silks come In such interesting shades as Aztec red (almost an old fash- onecl turkey red); Toltcc green (an emerald tone); Inca gold (a tine gold shade). Also In a variety of softer, rather dusty colors which arc es|icclally flattering to women with vivid coloring, such as dark eyes and hair and very white skin. Desert dawn, a cloudy rose-pink; Chile copper, a wonderful rosy hen- panipas beige, witli pinkish lights in II; desert dusk, a clear, wide-awake gray ,and Toucan, a .subdued orange, are among the nicest. Ilrijrhl Krocks for Vivid Beauties Nowadays fashlonists seem to agree that the woman with vivid coloring should wear rather bright colors. Otherwise, she overshadows her clothes to the point where they seem actually drab. Put a while skinned, dark-haired benuty in a brown ensemble and the ensemble vlll mean little or nothing. But iress her in a warm rose, dusty or scarlet frock and, immedl- itcly, she - and the costume will on new interest. On the oth- ;r hand, they say. it's n mlslakc 'or a subdued looking colorless woman to wear scarlet. The color overshadows her completely. Darker or nciitral colors will bring her out to better advantage. Anyway, if you have been wearing navy or black or beige all spring, it's a good idea to have a gay summer dress or two. If you do "'car navy or black silk sheers on hot days, freshen them up with spick and span white collars or bo\vs or jabots. Tlie cooler you look, the cooler you will feel. Low Necks for Comfort Pleats and tuckr. distinguish the smartest frocks of the moment. Many silk sheers are tucked from text on drop of Africa called, "My Chil 1 the Forest," It was deter Bishop presented the Bible lesson, Prayers were offered by Mrs M. C. Outlaw, Mrs. S. T. Brackin who also had the devotional, am Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Mrs. Brackli read from John 3 for the scrip tun lesson. Refreshments, were server Circle 2 met with Mrs. C. E Wilson and Mrs. Theodore Logan j I the Wilson home when the 21 ircscnt included two visitors -.anil new member, Mrs. J. p. llnrn- cr. who has moved hero from Mailla. Mrs. Logan was in charge of the business session. Mrs. R. L. Rccder led tlie Bible study, which was concluded with prayers Dy Mrs. J. T. Hall, Mrs. James Brdckln and Mrs. Charles Newcomb. Refreshments were served. In circle 3, which met nl the church, ttie 1C present included a new member, Mrs. Max Logan, and three visitors froin tlie Clear Lake Baptist church group. Mrs. John Dinner Given For Miss McKecl, Fiance. .Miss-Peggy-McKecl and Willian Lawshe, who are being, compli- hicntod with a number of a Hairs before their marriage next. Monday, 'Were guests of honor at ai eight o'clock dinner given by Mt and Mrs. Harry Kirby last ol their home. .Tlie most popular bridal colors, pink and white, were used throughout, ttie. party. The dining room table had a centerpiece of white tapers and silver and crystal were used .for the service. Large foou- quelS'Of pink peonies, pink gladioli and pink rases were arranged in crystal Vases throughout Ihc living and :dining room and the smal ..: dinner tables had centerpieces o! pink'roses and blue delphinium The unique place cards were handmade. The same pink »nd white shades were emphasized in the menu, served buffet fashion, to the 20 guests. After dinner there were games and contests in which humorous prizes were awarded. An out of town 8 uest was Miss Frances Tucker of Washington. D. C., who Is to be maid of honor in the wedding. . * * * Presbyterian Circles Have Monthly Meetings. Circles of the Woman's Auxiliary in the First Presbyterian church had meetings Monday with circles 1, 2, and 3 meeting in 1 the • afternoon mid the Business \Vomen's ..group at night. ! 'Ins all. ofr-the groups the sub- •Jcc't:' was' '"Birthday Gitl.s tor Brazil" and'the Bible lesson wa *akeu from Mark. All had re freshments served during the soo lal hours. Circle 1 was entertained by Mrs. rved 1 . Salldcfur and Mrs. H. C. Holder al- the Sandcfur home - when 17 B. i Chrk Mrs. ;Ross Stevens • the • Bible Ics- Williams read from Psalm W for the devotional reading nnd Cordelia Wllhitc gave the lesson Prayers were offered by Mrs. U. W Miilllns and Mrs. Odis Shepherd Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon conducted the business session ' Mrs. L. S. Bcnlsh entertained circle 4 when 13 attended. Mrs. Harry Fritzius u*ed Exodus 20 tor cidcd to mccl only on the second and fourth Mondays of the month. * • * Mellioillsl Society Completes Study. Tlie final lesson in n study of Africa from the book, "Out of Africa," was taught by Mrs. D. Fred 'aylor Jr., at the meeting In the •hurch parlors yeslerday aftcr- loou. Mrs. G. B. Scgrnvcs. pnjsl- lent, led the business session. « * • Mrs. Jack Wilson of Memphis is liere for a visit of several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Enrl Quliin, following an opera :ion for ap|>endicitis at the Methodist hospital, The families of R. M. Fielchci and O. E. Masscngill spent Sim day in Mcniphis visiting relatives Steve Ralph went to Memphis Sunday to accompany his mother, Mrs. Zilla Ralph, who has been In Luxora Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bnllew had is tiielr guc.st Monday thl;|r daugh- cr, Gcorgianna- Ballcw, of Mem ihls. Mrs. D. S. Slack, of G union Ark., spent Mother's bay "tfilh liei soli, JImmic, and Mrs. Slack. CLASSICAL. .« LY simple 1 above' the wide stieclo / belt,'box- pleated and •swirling below, hero- is a'summer- ; dress becoming to ' all.types .of figures, It comes in , .;i Pan- , ' American Exposition ; print of : Lie an gold and Toltcc green, has. a low V ' neckline,, ! short pnft' sleeves •which make ; shoulders look broad-' ei-AThc i white'straw' hat with black grps- gwin trim- ill i ner is an exact copy •"of a Bull ' Fighter's ilailoi-, chin strap and necklines to hems. ,Others -have swirling, box or knife-pleated skirts. Unless your hips are nuite slim, do not wear a pleated skirt which hangs full and free from the waistline. Full figures heed skirts that arc fitted about hlplines. Boy Nearly Loses Leg ( Through Self Operation AKRON, O. '(UP) —When Ivan Button, 21, accidentally shot him- telf in the right leg with a .22 v caliber rifle, his first thought was to keep his parents from worrying. So, with the aid of his companion, Clarence Workman,. lie got a razor blade and removed the bullet. Two weeks later, infection developed. Physicians barely were able lo avoid amputating the leg. Here's a laxative that is purely vegetable, prompt and reliable. Sold by druggists for nearly 100 years. Try it! Necklines have dropped considerably. It's true that inghish necklines are apt to make a face look longer, but they are not as comfortable in summer as low ones. Look for deep V's, low squares and such. with relatives. - Mrs. Terry with her sister, Mrs. J. 1. Milflin, and Mr. Terry to spend Mother's Day with his mother, Mrs. Anna Terry. Earl Roberts, master of ceremonies for the Joe Fonda orchestra, \ylth headquarters in Greenwood, Miss., spent Sunday with ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmie Roberts, of Osccola, and his grandmother, Mrs. acorge Carter, of Uixora. He was accompanied by one of thr orchestra members, Buddie Grubo. Mines; Charlie MiHlin, Willfam Thwcatt, Abe Liverantj' Lena Gillispie, and Kirks, were guests Misses Maggie Sue I-'leinming, ] Thursday of Mrs. Liverant's niece, of West Memphis, and Frances Clemming, of Memphis, spent Sunday with their parents, the Rev. .and Mrs. L. P. Flenunlng. : The Rev. and Mrs. James Ran^ die and young son, Jiminie, motored to Memphis Saturday afternoon. Mrs. S. liancl" returned with them to .spend Mother's Day. Dr. E. R, Began is ^n Little Roiik attending a reunion of the Scottish Rite order. Mrs. Hoys Gow.in and daughter, Sue, ot Memphis, were guests over the week-end 'Of Mrs. • Gowan's mother. Mrs. Sue Brown They motored to Caruthcrsviile Saturday evening and were the guests of Mrs. Gowan Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Terry am daughters. Sara Jane and Martha Olnlrp, of Smackover, Ark., ar- vcd Friday for a week-end visi Mrs. Spiels, of Tyronza. Mrs. Spiels lll' be remembered as Edithe /yens. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown had s their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James Driver and two children, of Osceola, and Mr. and Mrs Fay McHaney ami son, Lafayette III., of Paragould. Mrs. McHanej and son will remain until the last of the- week. Mr. and Mrs. John C. O'Brien and Mi-, and Mrs. Herbert Morris of Memphis, were guests In the home of the C. B. Wood familj Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Catter and dough ters, Aline and Marie Rose, o Rotan, Texas, were guests Thurs day and Friday of the Philli and G. A. George families a they were en route to Canadian points and New York city from 'here they will sail OH May 29 or an extended tour in Egypt, erusalcm. and Syria. B. O. Wilkiivs sr., silent Sunday vilh his mother and father, of 'onesbofo. He was accompanied :S far as Monet Is by Mrs. Wil- Lius and children, B. O. jr., and \ini Claire, to visit, Mi's. Wilkins' istcr, Mf;<. B. R. Watkins. Marler Rites held Here Funeral services were held here yesterday for J.UI. Marler, 3D, who died in a Memphis hospital Sunday. Mr. Marler, who lived here for many years until recently, when he moved to Osceola, is survived by his wife, Mrs. Daisy Caldwell Marler, a son, Jimmy Iladcu Marlcr, 5, his mother, sisters. and several brothers and Boiilb America ranked fourth ii silver production dfuring 1935, with 31,400,000 ounces. Sweeten it with Domino i jRefined: Asks Divorce Heury W. Francway of Lcaeh- 'illc has filed suit in chancery couri icie against Mrs. Edith Mae Franc vay, asking for a divorce on the round of indignities. His attorney is clarence Mea dows of Leachvillc. The many deep waterways of tin Port of New York lead in ever direction from its 771 iniles of wa terfront. («'*'4 TOO LATE TO" ( Hits a .i/ FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY Phone LOST Small WHITE DOG. REWARD for return lo Marilynn Jackson, 1412 W. Main. lie kl4 24 Hour Wrecker Service Best- Prices Joyner Motor Sales Call 1000 Storage Crystal Cane Sugar "Tablets g Company Crystallized by Adant Process Crystal jJfflflW CaneSugar Squares [he scrisiture reading and- Mrs. John Buchanan and Mrs. Leslie Moore ottered prayers. The business session was presided over by Mrs. W. J. Robert*. Rdfrcslnnents w.crc served during the social hour. Circle 5 mot at Hie church. Mrs. K. D. Marr presided in the business session before Mrs. Matt Mouaghan gave the mission lesson. Prayers were offered by Mrs. J. H. Smart jr.. and Mrs. K. D. M»rr. Osceola Society — Personal W. M. U. fl.is Hospital Parly. attended. Mrs. James led the program and son. new Mrs. P. .member; L. _ Engler was a "But unto you that fear my name shall the Sun of Righteous arise with healing in his wings." together with Matt. 4:23. was the scrip- teral basis for the devotional giver by Mrs. R. H. Jones at the hospital shower and program on the hospital and medical work o' Southern Baptists, held in tlr home of Mrs. Dwight Blackwood Monday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Williams, hospita chairman: dressed In nurses uni form and cap, conducted Hie pro gram, heard by 50 members am guests. A pageant entitled, "The Roy a Service Parade." directed by Mis Virginia Blackwood, presenting Ih various types ol personal scrvic cionc by Southern W. M. U., wn the principal feature of the pro gram and included the tollowin women: Mines. W. T. Toole. J W. McClendon, L. Howlon, E. A the Methodist hospital for observation, liome. She is much improved. Dr. Morris Nickol ntid Dr. George Cora arc In Little Rock tills week attending tlic sessions ol the Arkansas Denial Assoclalloin Mrs. Ida Tucker left today for a visit ot several weeks with relatives and friends in cliir-ago. Miss Louise Jones and Mrs. Gco. Colcman Jr. ol Memphis drove up Sunday to spend tlic day with ll'.eir parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones of this city and Mr. mid Mrs. Harry Dunavnnt of Kciser. Mrs. Hale Jackson returned ycs- crday from a month's visit will icr parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L /atidervoort. (if Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. \V. !>. Jlalc spsnl Sunday at Nodcua with his broth Charles HUlc and Mrs. Hale file latter'.'; daughter, Mrs. j. O Criltendon and Mr. Criltendon o Trenton. Tcmv, were also there to the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. William Cirigsb ind daughter, Hilly Ann, of Mem phis were guests of ht s mollic Mrs. William Stewart. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peiidcr grast have moved to Mcmplii where he has accepted a poslllo with the National Life msuranc Company. '.'..AHDTHEHEWPHILCO SPREAD-BAND DIAL ; ACTUALLY NAMES AND LOCATES THEM IN COLOR!" Mrs. James H. Bell entertained jTeaford, John A. Edringtou, Fran Mr. and Mrs. K. ,r. Kearney o Batesville, Miss, visited Mrs. Kear ney's mother. Mrs. p. M. Sang slcr. Sunday. B Mrs. E. G. Smith of Jackson Tenn.. will arrive tonight for visit with hrr sister, Mrs. W. P Hale and Mr. Halo. Mrs. C. M. Hoi ton and daugl tor. Cora Ho^.-iii, arc visitino rcla lives in Illinois. There are 659 people per squa mile in Belgium. COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE riionc 108 MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP OTHER B!G HEW FEATURES, TOO LOOK AT • Inclined Sounding Doard! * ^Sha^^o^v Tuning! ' Glowing Beam Tuning Uange Indicator! •Tour-Point Tone Control! •Concert Grand Speaker! AT A PRICE WITHIN REACH OF THE AVERAGE FAMILY Many find il lm.| to believe tint n Cadill.ir- bulk Li Salic V-JI U row actually within Macll of tlic a\ cr,i£c family. Vcl as loV ns SUli:,'. Am tills is ll>c 1)l'.l.lVi:UKI) - l)clroil, iug' all flau.l.itil tics. Only Fnrlllfrmorr, T.i Salll ii incxpcn.Mvfi lo drivo and maintain. U is remarkably economical in its use of gasoline and oil. 5leuifttil>cr, loo, tlial T.a Salic is Cadillac-liuilf If you liny anything above the very lowest- cars, it will pay yon look at I..i Salic. \VIiy not romc in totlny? 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