PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE. (AHK.) COURIER NEWS at] Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Bingo party Thursday night Catholic hull, 8 o'clock. j ' Thursday Bridge club meets, ivltli i . Mrs. Hiram Wyllc. i Thursday ••contract club m;ets' with Mrs. F. B. joyner. Midweek club meets with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Tliu.-iday Luncheon club meets , uitll Mrs. E. B. Gee. i Jewish Ladies' Aid meets at i home of Mrs.' Max Meyers. FRIDAY'S EVENTS American Legion Auxiliary having regular meeting, 2:30 p.m.. Le- i gfon Hut, Ladies', Bible Class of First Methodist Church meets with Mrs. Prank Webb, 1000 W. Hciim. 7:30 : )). in. •' . FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personal W. M. U. Elccls Officers Fifty-three members of'the Woman's Missionary Onion ol the First Baptist . Church mcl Monday afternoon at the church for election of officers. Mrs. Harry Broods was elected president; Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, first vice president; Mrs. Lloyd' Stickmon, second vice president;! Mrs. W. A. Griminett, third vl;e j president; . Mrs. E. P. Hardiu. i treasurer;'Mrs. Harry Frilziiis. recording secretary; Mrs, Theodore Logon, corresponding • secretary; Mrs. C. G. Hires, reporter; ar.S Mrs. Murray Smart, pianist. Mrs. Waller Bishop liad charge I of the devotional jit the meeting! and Ihe Rev. Alfred Carpenter! led in prayer. .After the business | meeting, conducted by Mrs. Leslie I Mcorc Mrs. Stickiiioti gave A read- j ing In Memory ol the late Mrs. i TJ. W. Miilllns airf Mrs.-Bishop! proposed. ,a > memorial resolution '^served a salad plate, hot ten imd'inuc boxes lo tic sent which the group adopted. ! cookies, j plumage mid to Members of Circle 3 served vc-' fresliments or pumpkin pie, whip-, Steele-Cooter Holland Soc.io.ty -- Personal Mnrshell nii- ? ol their Maraliel), to which took tim-R. ArU. ped cream -and coffee. Precbykrlan Women [ Attend Joncsboro Mccl . i Severn] members of the .Women'.;! Auxiliary'.of .the First. Presbyter-i Ian Church are attending the 26th \ meeting of the.Arkansas SyuoJical =-^in Jonesbcro today. The meeting Komlwlii-Miirshr-li begun yesterday at the First j Mr, find Mrs. il. n Presbyterian' Ciiurch there. nctmce the man la Among .those who went are Mrs.! Daughter. Miss Ava B. J. Allen,-Mrs. B, R. Allen. Mrs. .P«'in Gciudwln. B. "A. Bugg, Mrs. Louise Crane Oct. 1 ul Hnrri Hiier. Mrs. L.. D. cfcamblln. Mis-si The-bride h n | K ic,«r .-f social Emma Kale Rlphariis. Mrs, W. A.jMliville.s of this community where Bobynn .45,-s; Rives Men. ;-Mrs. W. Uhe llve:l . for .a, number of years. B. Nally -anti Mrs. Frank •'Underwood. '••" •Armo«!,jv. M.'U. Meets '. The WbinaH'.'i 'Missionary" Union ol the •Armorcl Baptist: Church met Monday at the. hcme 'of Mrs. Jesse Ridenour. Mrs. C. L. Bishop had charfie of the devotional followed by a I business session after which there | Wlliiamj Mis. W. H. Foster, of Memphis nnivcd today to be the jmcsl of Drr diiiiBhter. Mn. Ale.M Shelby and Mr. Shelby lor .several dews ' Mr. an-i Mrs. J .Nick Thomas Jr.. of Memphis-, spent t!:c week - cm! here with Mr. and Mrs Hubert Potter. • Mi*. Mollic Mclhvain returned i Sunday from ;i visit- In shrevc- ' pert. La. . Mr. and Mis. J, w. Dolen. of Wilson. iii\ve returned 10 their' lioinc nflor a visit with their daiigh: ler. Mrs. Elbert Huffman, ana Mr Hiiirmnn. Mr. mid Mrs. Norman Bunch and Mr. and Mrs. Norvnl Humphrey and daughter, Marcella. were guest's , of Mr. and Mrs. Nunnlly Wade anJ Mr. and Mrs If. J. Brllcy nt 3.1- vnnnnli, Tenn.. over the week end While i hey were avva,y, tiiey vislt'd ; Natural Bridge, wheeler ami Wilson clams at Muscle Shoals. A],i Sam Chaleff,' or St. Louis, at; tended lo business here, today. j Among those who went. In M;m- ; phis lasl night to sec Zeigfeld's ' Follies were Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. irnincs and Oscar Fcndler. Mrs. I. Roscnlhal went to Memphis yestsrday for her daughter. ; Miss FYiiucise Hoscnthal. who-has ; been In the Baptist hospital there (They returned last night. Miss j Rosenthal is improving rapid!/. : Mis. John Blyti:c arrived horn? Mast, night from n seven month', lo the qv-j visit In points of the east, inshid- Klngdoin HOIISU .; Ing Washington, D. c. where she in St. Louis. !.<i:cnt much lime with her sister. Mrs. C. C. Adam;; aave a repurtjEhc was accompanied home by on Hi:- scconj tv.npter of the i Mrs. Curl Blytlie nnci four chil- stiuly bock. ; :ii-rn who will visit here before * " « i (joints to Snn Dingo. Qallf., where Mi-. Blvt;:e is i)ow 5la,tionetl in the Slat:'3 navy. Mr. anrl Mrs. W. -E. Armstrong, j;nvs>; il CHM.S :i M lo lie in .wicit'iy. <liu.wi'i it, l r ,-iiin\.-" oh. Alter you're inlrixluceil in ilic ii^lit |iomlc, MHI liau 1 to meet a lluvc lluncoi I'arly 1- Mr. and Mrs. Lonuis Jovdon en- I u ""«' tei'laineil with a bunco pnrly at j Ml: - .. roiu, thch 1 hmni! near Cooler Gimdnyl '°vmcrly cf here and non- N of Hot tsr-s! 6 P rln SS- n™ I" (he city while Mr. j night. The 1 of Ihe r>M quests were members. ! Bunco club and their i . -... — - -| " xi11 [She w:\a . srartunled fvo:n t'.'.i' Sicclo higli ( ,Mli|iol in iKi-i, At thj time ot hcri. marriage rim was employed hi the Palace Cafe at Cn'nitlicivivlllc. Mr. Ccodwii) lin.s- llivtl in Bly- tlieviiio for a numbcv of yearn, After completing tils high school Indies there, he attended Arkan- Mrn. J:i-Jcm had her liomc '.lec- .-irated In n Hallowe'en schema. placL'; T. E. Bi'l^ganrc nnrt Mrs. Cliir- i ire Gillioiid had iil«h scores mill Mis-;' nick Micliic !:acl low. Mvs, GiJllon;! nlso 1 received bunco prlee. Refrcslmicnts of pecan pic and coffee wcve served. I ness for several days. wood. Floyd White u-as in Memphis to- dny, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Healon spent Sunday in Tyroiizn. :ead Couner News Want Ada I Mkrrs Mildred Bdmicds Geneva Best, who ntteml i I at Cayc Olrardcnu. spent the ' ivfct; i>n;l «-ith their parents at i Holland. Mrs. T. A. Hnsunn! ! ler, Morton Womack iEnviiit Sjjildi nrc v and and daugh- ; and Mrs. .We Specialize lit * PRESCRIPTIONS* Phone 141 FOWLER DRUG STORE Winifred Oawfortl Football Queen at Local High 'J'lie roivlcd honor of footlial! quern of the city high school this year go?-; to Ml.ss Winifred Crawford, daughter of Mr. :md Mrs Ivy W. Crjnvjcid, who will Ije Clowned Friday ni^ht ns a feature of Ihe Hope-niytheville same .it Haley field, stie was elected by thr footlKill .squad, as Is tin- custom each year. For the coronation, siie wilt lie attended by Misses Mjrjorio Wnr- ren, Bsunlr. Jeanne liuchanan Mary Frances Ouei-in. Mnrlan I'ompWns. Wyiictte Sliopnerd and ^n:- Itamey, Captain Alfred Meredith will tan the 1937 queen after she has been escorted to (he Ihronc by Calvin Moody, co-captain of the team, for the In'uh liylu of Ihe iimuii! Hemc Coming celebration jf till' SL-ilOOl. The new micen und her at- i(-iidanl.s will muke their first nubile appearance Friday afternoon when they will head the parade beginning at 4:30 o'clock, prior to the football game. Miss Crawford in.I her attendants will be pre- :rnttd that nlRUl a few minutes wforc the game begins. Details of the plans for tSeir :ostumes arc being kept, secret. At the Hospitals Eartani and Rosemary ChilJ. ''i-MBlitcis cf Cr. and Mrs. Fred Child. imc!:rwcnt tonsilcclomies Vcsterday at tlie Husband-VVnll clinic. They were removed to their Home in n Holt ambulance. ~-Mra. charts I.angslon mid in- iiint -ton ivere removed from Hie Bljrthcvltlc liospitnl to llieir home .it ;Number Nine today in n Holt unbulniicf. Jolin U. Manhattan, live year old sou of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mah- liiiitan of Manila, underwent an cpsralion for appen:licitis nt Ihe Dlythcvlllc liospitnl this afternoon. Mrs. c. G. Smith jr., was taken to the Baptist, hospital in Memphis! Monday p.nd underwent, an aiwn- ] dcctcmy yesterday. Her condition! is goad. Slu> was actompanie;! to Memphis by her mother, Mrs. J W. Adnms, and Mr. and Mrs c G Smith and C. O Smith jr, went there yesterday before the operation and remained until last night,. Membership Drive By ' ; Legion Post Underway! An elfort is being made to enroll ex-service men of Mississippi county as members of the Dud Cason post of the American Legion before November 11, when the annual membership campaign ends, it was announced today by Jim p. lla,- wcli. post ccmmancier. The quua for Ihs coining year is 250. Last year, there we're 257 members enrolled. So far, only 120 have been enrolled this year but the membership co;nmitt?e Is planning for an active solicitation the last of this week, atcordiug to the riinirman, Bryant Stewart, other members or the committee are- E A. Rice, Floyd While and James G. coslon of osceola. National citations are to be given posts and stats departments which reach Hie quotas by Armistice Day. women suffer from lic.«l,ic!ic, hackuci'.c or sidcadie, ucrv- oiisncss and iirilii-, bitity associated[ willi functional dis- liirliaiiccs. Tlmy sjioiikl try lli.il vegetable tonic so fiiviirabty known K.r rif;irl>- 70 yrsrJ n-. \ir. film's 1-ilvjrjte l'irvtu|j|i.in II 1ncr<;<'^ Ilic aj-i.ctilc anil the iir muki- of fivtl Iifl|j.* 10 ufiliuiM die .. K.-j.l ihk: M,,. j. I,. ]>l, t[ ,.,! 8c c f "Alltr an illue,s I wn'ii, .1 wr'akcwaVoivM- li"M, I fill u«i-ain i,n<l lir,<l. I t»<l only 'y.-o bnltlK nf IV. l-iun-'-i 1-avnrilc rrefcrip- -inU feeling |u*t fine." liuy Imcly. Lrtve by Having: lines Repaired at "milh Shoe Shop 115 So. liml You're right, LarJy... NEW FURNITURE Crowe, of Huftmaii. was a guest. - * 5 , * • . ' Son Bern * A six and one half pound son \vas born 'to Mr. and Mrs. Preston Alley at Hhc "Blythevills hospital yesterdny. ire has been mimed Donald Eugene. Mrs. Alley was formerly Miss Joy Caudle. '. * * » Bauehtcr Born An eight and one half pound daughter irho has been named shir- ley Alma, was born to Mr, and Mrs. J. \v. willlford Saturday night at their home. To Have'Bingo Parly Mrs. J. B. Clime and Mvs. Dick Roberts will be hostesses to a binso Parly tonight at 8 o'clock'at the CaUiolic hall. The party U span- sored by the Altar Society. Entertains Club. Mrs. Dixie Crawford entertained the members cf the Young Matrons Bridge'club • yesterday nft- crnoon at her home when Airs, Baker Wilson was a guest. Mrs. Max B.-Reid won th? prize, hosiery. Mrs. Crawford served a salad i plate. ' Tue&day Club Meets. The Tuesday Bridge club met! yesterday, with Mrs. J. 'Nick j Thcfas whfn Mrs. L. L. Hubcner' • was a guest. . I: Mrs. Harry Kirby had higii I score and "Mrs", \v. D. Chamblin.j second high. j Mrs. Thcmas served a two • course lunch at a dining lablcj decorated witii yellow and orc!;;d'; chrysanthemums. Delia Deck Club Meets I . The Delta Dccl; Ciub'met ycster- | day with Mrs. Charles Alford with ' three guests. Mrs. E. .P..Blomeycr. i Mrs. Nora Webb and Mrs. Marvin i Chappell present. . i Mrs. Raymond Schmuck 'von Hie i club prize, a silver tea ball, and' Mrs. chappel won the guest prize.] book ends. - . j '. After the games Mrs. Alford' where he is employerl. ' Ti;e Uook club is havins; a stiver! tea nt the Methodist Church Pri- | ( clay, [ | Mrs. Tl. A. Speuce ai--| Mrs T. , D. SIWICP «-dr? In Oscecla Friday ! to see Mrs, R. W. Sjy.nce. of Lit'- Mlc Ko :k. wh; was visiting her! me visitor. Mrs. Lester McUride iiiad'.er, Mrs. Segcrs. ' | if Lam-ell, Mi^.. present. Mr. ; ,n ( i Mre. Oils Bcniines .it- ; Mrs. M .A. Masscy ijavc the devotional after t!:e mcetinn was opened. with prayer by Mi-.s. O. A. W. M. S. Jicrls Mrs. R. C. Stccle was hostess | a the Woman's Mirsionnry Soc- lety at her home -Monday altar- noon. There v;t-ve 13 members and ITZ \ Kvcrvlhillir for .vour cntcv- ,.,; ,""S ,' r ( '""n'«ll< "nd COmforl. ;cncral rou- nuiric ioi Dunivant. After the Sine of business. v,-ci the society to have meeting at the Mcthoinsl. Cnui-;-!i Monday in ot?m-an« of ti:e iveek of prnyer. A covered dish luncheon will br Ec-v\cd at noon. The members of the iivganlzn- lion will meet Thurittay (o p;-c- t-jndcd a funeral of a relative at Jackson. Tenn.. over the week end.! Mr. urn) Mrs. • Joe Russell spent j .Tuesday in Memphis, where she; underwent treatment at the Melh- Weds. - Thurs. an nil day artist liospllal. ' Mr. mid Mrs. Bob Wells, of Osccola, \vcie visiting friends here j Sunday. i ' Wlwlcs have kcc:i knorn lo llv: 5CO years. — LAD IRS — l'-OR HEALTH'S SAKE 5i I'.cwliiis; Will Ciivi' You Thai I'oilcrl I-'ijiin- SUDBURY'S PLAYHOUSE Swlhary Harold Sliillmry Wanted Pecans Highest Trices Paid WOLF AR1AN 128 E. Main . Phone 116 FREE .INSTRUCTIONS In laic i S'jks XnUtiue "BEK.NA3" KM11ING'VARNS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1109 Cliickasawba Phone 73i FARM & CITY Low ftfierest Rates Easy Payments-Long Terms Tiistcst closing service of any mortgage loan company doing business in these states. i Always 10r ,v 2'lc Show fvery "i-Tbt. Malinci's t ri- i!.i>, Saturday A- Sunday Only. I-rid.iy A- .Sunday iMnlinccs start — ia p.m. ^atiirdny (.'(mtiuuons slinHiii; lr(ini 1 lo 11:30 i>,m. Mglil shoivs sl.nt 7:1)0 p.m. Weds. - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS! Adults Admitted for Price of I with Frankie Darro ixrd Gloria Shea hat's a fall frock -willi a year-boforc-last hat? A unduly lightening your pocketb Bigeiow BEAUVAIS A standard of value, for nearly forty years! Yes, the patterns change, Keeping step with the lasi irord ni honicfurnisliing foshtons, but tlio quality of llcnuvais d^^sn't waver a whil. That firm tight Axrninstcr weave means ycnrs <.< service. Mayfce Your Home Weeds a Life Insurance Investment iS OSCIiOLA, ARK. Fire Insurance Wlic " " s ro "P of in *?v • mfii cn;;iKC in si - miijlitj "M!> ll'.c forrfs ef in? •il'n Ccincdy. "(Ji; Sliirit." Sl!l D'.\1.V Sfi;j -fli"xl Sliin l-'uviiishitigK Jlnilcraiclv r'riccd WEDNESDAY, NOVHJIHElf ;5, CHAS. S. LEMONS Home Furnishings Moderately Priced Yes! That's why casy-to-clcan ARMSTRONG'S QUAKER RUGS are such grand values at $7.90 (for the 9 x 12 ft. sue) Once you sec th-sc glorious fall patterns you'll agree with us. They're prettier. They have richer colorin K s rind smarter effects. Ami each rug is surface-sealed njainst spots and stains ti> niike them more uaniury anil easier to keep clean. Of course you'll want to see them, to come in today. ntuc/iphetti FREE HOROSCOPE BOOK FLOOR COVERING DEPARTMENT Come In Friday! 9x12 Fell Rutrs $3.95 Hxl2 Ai'mstri)n«v Standard Rugs, SPECIAL $4.95 cum- patfenis to selcc! ])o you iv;ui! ;i 11-3x12 or a 11-3x15 Ktijf? A plcte slocli «r more Ilian a jlnxcn patfenis to from. SIMSCTAI. PRICES. Armstrong: Vartl Guilds priced as low as .!5c ucr sfjiiarc yard. Sec the heaulirul patterns of Van! Goods both in the QUAIVK/R and Statularil wr : ' ' Ro I Edge AH Cotton Mattress Good Grade CANE CHAIRS 68c 78c 88c Cane Rockers 2 S B% Discount Cast 10|> ajul bottom. Yon will_yjivc by buying for loss than the present markol price from the ; factory. All other hcalcr.s for ccal or wood at : roilurcd prices.
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