PAGE TWO BLYTMEV1LLE (ABB.)' COURIER NEWS Osccpla Society — Personal Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon club meets 1th Mrs Ross D. Hughes. Thursday Afternoon club meets ,Hh Mrs Max Woolen. Business Women's Circle, First Saptist Church, meets with Mrs. ;Q. Barnes.' 1921 West Ash, 6:30 ' M FRIDAY'S EVENTS Elnmood Cemetery Association neets with Mrs. T. I. Seay on Itghway 18 at 2:30 o'clock. Stated meeting of b, E. s. at hall t 7 30 o'clock lor pot luck supper. Dorcas Simdiiy scjiool class of ^irsl Baiitist Church meets 2:30 I'clock at Mrs. Frank Simmons, 818 Vest Walnut street. Lllemry department of the Wo- nart's club meets at club house at :30 o'clock. rtiss Lillian Dietrich To Wed Dr. Joseph Beasley Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Dietrich ah- lounce the engagement of their laughter, Lillian, to Dr. Joseph !. Beasley. The wedding will be olernnized January 15. Miss Dietrich, who moved here wo years ago, formerly resided at ;'ape Glrardeau, Mo., where she .tten'ded school. After graduating rom 'the Centra) high school she 1'fts a student, at Southeast Mfs- ouri State Teachers college. For he ; past year she has been con- iected : with the Arkansas-Missouri •pwer corporation in the Blytne- ille office. Dr. Beasley is also well known iere although he wfts reared at Jteele. He is the' ton of Mr. and frs. Thomas 6. Beasley of S'tcelc nd Fort Meyers, Fla. After gradating from high school at Fort teyers, Dr, Beasley attended Tii- ane . University, New Orleans,, i'here he obtained his degree In iiedicine. He served his interne- hip in the King's County hospital n 'New York city and returned lere .last Mhrch tp be associated rith the late Dr. M. O. Usrey. >rtla Deck Club,. JcEts With Mrs! Baker Mrs. L .E. Baker was hostess q the Delta Deck bridge club "at ier home yesterday when .Mrs. J. Mrs. 0. H; King Alford won first Friend and rcre -guests.':Mrs. Charles irize, -mixing bowls; Mrs. King fen gyest prize, tea towels; and .frs.-; George Hamilton won the raveling; prize, incense. : ;.,,, •. The hostess served a salad-plate nd hot .tea. '-*•-»-« iornig Matrons' /tub Entertained •When Mis. Doyle Henderson cn- ertalned the Young Matrons' club 'ester-tiny she used a Mexican cheme in her tallies, favors nnd irize. The tallies were hand made in tie shape of birds with, real fea- hers oh them, the favors were Mexican ash trays, the prize, won >y Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, was a land made lunch cloth. At the close of the games Mrs. Henderson served a salad plate and ioffee. * * * Hive pay Of Prayer .Mrs. George Shamlin was leader at an all day meeting of the Women's Missionary Society of the Lake Street Methodist Church yesterday, when the members observed a day of prayer. In the 1C Mrs. O. J 'Bulwark of the Republic" for the program. Mrs. White Entertains Club Mrs. Floyd White entertained .!:; Tuesday Bridge club yeslcr- iay when two gur-sts, Mrs. Marvin Robinson and Mrs. E. B. Wcotl- son, were present. A two course luncheon was .erved nt the dining table <lecor- Ucd with a bouquet of roses. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims hud high score and Mi's. Robinson, second high, ' * * Uaplisl Circles Mi:ct Circles of the Woman's Mls- lonnry Union o( the First Bnp- :ist Church .met Monday nftcr- looj). Circle I met with Mis. Losle Moore. There were \1 present. Mrs. S. P. Lee led the devotional, mil Mrs. Walter bishop had Jjnrge of ilie business mid niis- ion. Mrs. Alfred Ciirpimter oifer- .ri prayer. Mrs. Moore served with whipped :herry pie lopped irsam mid coffee. Mrs. Josephine Wert was host- :ss to Circle '2 when 11 were pres- nt. Mrs. Hattie Recce had the Icvctionnl nnd Mrs. R. L. Recdcr. Ai-s. C. E. Edds nnd Mrs. Charles ^cwcoinb offered prayers. Mrs. feeder had the mission study and Phillips Robinson Is To \Ved_N_ashvillo Girl An announcement of Interest to UlyihcvlllG Is that of the engagement of Mary Cailhy. of Nashville. Eloke Mc- Tenn. to Siimucl PhlllliJs Robinson, forutci- l\ cf here and now of Nashville. The wedding will be brilliantly solemnized Saturday afternoon, at the Cathedra! of the Incarnation •Nii.sliville. Miss McCarthy, who is the daughter of Mrs. Joseph Fuuicis McCarthy, Is H popular member of Nashville's younger society set. She was graduated from St. Bernard Aciulemy at Nashville and St. Mary's college, Notre Dumc, IiKl., nnd her c.-lueatloii was completed by extensive trnvri in (his country and abroad, Mr. Robinson Is the son o» Mrs. Mary Phillips Robinson and Miu- sh.ill Clyde Robinson, of tills city. lie received his preparatory education nt Gulf Const Military Academy, Gulfport, Miss., and attended University of Southern California. Los Angeles, Van- dcrb.Hl University, Nashville. He is a member of the Phi Kuppn Ei||ii!B fraternity. Far several years Mr. Robinson hns been as- was. .The haste* served cake with ,' *** le ?. *!"'£ audlUn « «*"" YhlppEd cream and cbttee, ' I 1 ""' ' ' Cl Circb 3 met nt the church with L. Ol ^, _ . ; present. Mrs. E. I,. Hale had I UI. MfiVe r. lUfflCr i he devotional and Mrs. W. A. Jrlmmctt Icil in prayer. Mrs. Lloyd itickmon had charge of the busl- .icss ami Miss Cordelia Wllhite suglit (lie mission study. The neeting \yas dismissed by repenl- ng the Lord's prayer in unison. Mrs. W. J .Rogers was hostess o Circle 1 Eight were present. "or the d'ovctionnl. eucli member cpcatcd fnvorite verse of cilpture. Mrs. John Buchanan led ;n pracr. Circle 5 met nt the clntrch ivith seven present. Mrs. J. R. ^nve liad the devotional on Psalm VI. Mrs. C. M. Hood nnd Mrs. isrl Parker oifcred prayers. Mrs. .latl Maiinghan led the mission tudy. t 0 * League Union Meets Tiie Mississippi County Methodist League Union met here last night at the First Methodist Church with (5 psople Ircm Methodist churches n the county attending. Mn) Mcllwain presided. Miss Elizabeth 'Edwards gave the devotional servicoj followed by a duel * ve Dyess Resident Physician DYESS, Nov. n.—Doctor Sieve F. Turner of Paris, Tex., ussiimcs tils duties here this week, ns resident nhyslcian. He .succeeds Dr. J. H. Hamner. who resigned. Dr. Turner attended Soutliern MeUVr/st Unlver.slf.y. in r/illns, Tex., nnd Is n graduate of ths University of Texas. He was Interne nnd house physician nt Columbus, nnd practice;! medicine in Texas. For the past nine Ohio. i'arls. months he has been surgeon in the Arkansas District CCC camp. The Dyess hospital has added nn- other new member to Ms staff in the person of Miss cnrnullc Qrecu- haw of Springfield, Mo. Miss Green- Jmw begnn her duties ns secritnr\ : timi laboratory technician last week. She succeeds Miss Helen Smith, resigned. C. P. Howard Becomes New Mayor at Steele E1EELE. Mo.. Nov. 0—Mcyina tc his new home outside ilia city lim- K Mayor Alvin Stephens has resigned ns mayor of Steele. being •iirc5r.1sri by C. P. Howard, senior nldcnnan. Mr. Howard will serve ns mayor until the regular election in April, next year. to 12 o'clock ssesion Rogers and Mrs George Dyslnger assisted in the program. Mrs. T. C. Shanllln read the scripture. A covered dish Juncheon was served at noon. In the' afternoon Mrs. W. L. Green, Mrs. T. O. Hudson and Mrs. Tommy Shelton gave a play- let on "Taking Care or Retired Missionaries." Mrs. Neil gave a talk on ."Service" after which Mrs. George Shamlin dismissed the group -Kith a prayer. Alter the program sessien the 18 present gave a shower for Mrs. M, N. Johnston, wr.o will move to Monette tomorrow, * * • * D. A. k JlKis at Home or Mrs. Obcrsl Mrs. W. T. Oberst and Mrs. A. M- R. Branson were hostesses to the Daughters of the American Revolution chapter yesterday at the home ol Mrs. obcrst, when one visitor, Mrs. H. Lynn Wade was present. After a three course luncheon served, at small tables decorated with flags, chrysanthemums and «d .berries,.the'.women trad a business meeting flaring which they made, .further plans for the unveiling of the marker at the post office- tomonw as a part or the Armistice Day celebration. Mrs. G. G. CauJlli reviewed iWAKTDPYOUR LIVER BILE- W**rl OJtetMnd TwB Jan'f Onj t(Bid i« 11UIIU1 ^C1V11.U1 tUllu»L.U uy .1 kLM by Miss Hie/.' Tliompscn and Clc Oillesple. Miss Mitrjori: Warren ave a reading and lylrs. L. L. Hubener talked on fprelgn relntions. Mrs. Leonard Johnson played an nccprrlinn solo. During the scrying of refreshments. Miss Kalhryn Gr'ear played the piano, iuifrisc Shower oivei\ iMi-s. I 7 riend. Fillccn friends surpiiscd Mrs. .1. '. Friend with n miscellaneous hc-.vcr at her home last night in Knor cf her birthday. The gutsts played tripoli until, ., _ „ TX , , - ^ , .•cfrcsluranU of sandwiches, coirea* M . rs - Ccrll Fowler is nnrtergolng >nri birthday cake were served by' '™ a mcnt nt l!lc m ^^ n ^ "« s - axn Ctlla Purtte and Winifred:' ^ „_ Mandustcr ; of Ma ,, |In . who nndtrwrnt nn opcralion for npi'.endicitis recently, '.vsis removed frcm the Blythevillc liospitnl today to his home. Clevis Foivler •vtas disml.ss:ri frcm th? Blythevillc hospital lo- clny, A. A. Spears, 10-ycnr-cld son of Kr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Spears of Deering. Mo., was admitted to thn Bly- thevillc hcspital today for nn op- At the Hospitals Mary Miles Ventriss. five year old daughter of Mrs. Mary Ventriss, underwent a tonsHcciomy at the Blythcnllc hospital. 3codrich. Joins Groups Miss Frances Little, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Tom Little, hns hicn named vice president of the Hom« Economics club nnd has become a member of the senior pep squad at Christian college, Columbia, Mo. Luxora Woman Breaks Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Pearl Schiilt''., of Cape Gl- rardcau, will irrivu tomorrow io be the guest of Miss Lillian Dietrich. Mrs. W. T. Oljcr.sl will K o to Jackson, Miss., tomorrow to visit her daughter, Mrs. Spur^eon Patterson, and family. Mrs. J. c. Wilson of Rulcvillc Mis*. was the guest of her brother, C. c. Langstcn, and family yesterday, haying come up especially to visit her daughter, Miss Mary Wilson, who Is employed at the Lnngslon gin. Dr. Fred Child went to Jonesboro today for Mrs. child nnd baby, who have been in the hospital llvve Mrs. c. C. Henderson of Dallas, T-'x.. Is visiting her son, Doyle Hi ndtrson, anj ^family. Mrs. H. F, Patterson nnd son, if 'St. Uouls, are visiting the Rev. WEDNESDAY, NOVKMUKK 10, 1037 FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia OUYIIEA '^e,x[. inc. r.n.BEOU.o.m.OFF.. Hufary Observes Kiluc;tlton Week "Youth nnd International Understanding," was the siihject of an address by the Rev. W. H. Salmon, I'R'.v'oyterlan pastor of Bly- thcvllle, nt I'.ie luncheon meeting of the notary Oluh yesterday In a |)roi;iam that emphasized American Education Wcok. I'nt Aioseley, Osccolii hish school junior, iipokc on the life and work of Horace Mann, known as "t!:; fnthcr (if the- American public ichool." .inil traced the phenomenal development of the pitulic .school system from the foundations laid 1>y Mnnn. Over half the amount pledged to the Crippled Adult.s Hospital in Memphis Ijy the local club was reported paid. Guests at this meeting were: W. : D. McClurkin, superintendent of Uie njyllicvlllB schools; Dr. I. R. Jf.hn.son nnd George Grcbs of. Blythcville; E. W. Packard, of Os- j ccola who led the singing. Wil-' linm R. Bucknw, psychoanalyst ol Denver, Colo., will give a dem- j cn.^tratlon in memory training at next weeks meeting.. ' ind Mrs, M. N. Johnson. Mrs. W. T. Williams jr., and r on, Billy Thomas, of Jackson, Tcnn., arc guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. P. Paddlson. Among those were In Memphis Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Af flick, Jake Huflirinn,. Frank and Finii'li Arlisl- Sludfed I An niiiily.sis of the types of pictures painted by the French artists, Delacroix aud Ingres, wasi given by Mrs. G. Ii. Segraves ami [ from here who Mn ' °' Harlsi » Banks nl lhc : yesterday arcj Literary department _ of the Pro- terday afternoon for Minnie F-ay Champion, one year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Champion, of Dell, who died Monday noon. She became ill from a congestive chill and died several hours later. Besides her parents tile baby is survived by two brothers and one sister. Hanhii Funeral Home was in charge of funeral arrangements. "Mania MI>S shc'il ceruiinly worry il Jiiinny were lurr sun." rL^.!,' 1 ^ 1 "" ' " uir >~ li: c "" ' sovv lll;l "> v ' lkl u -'ts when all he lias is Mrs. Mlss H ' Veigh, a member of a pioneer family of (his section. c | ub , ln thc homc of Mvs . M - nl '™biish yesterday when Mrs. A. F. Spirsc was co-hosu-ss. 1 Mrs. J. S. Douglas nnd Mrs. T, II, Burns were visitors and Mrs. E. W. Packard was enrolled as a member of this department. Virginia Hntlmnn, Mrs. O. VI. Mc- 3utchen, Mrs. B. S. Simmons, Mrs. Alfred Carpenter, Mrs. Hurry Kirby nnd her mother. Mrs. J. E. Wllbourn, cf PnraijOiild. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Driver, of Osceola, nccompnnlcd Mrs. George Training^ Scl«iot mimed Cnrney nnd Mrs. Lillie Moslcy to j ' ° '"" " ' Charleston, Mo., Sunday to visit. Mr. Mrs. Clark Moscly. Mrs. C. M. Buck went to Memphis today to lie with her daughter. Mrs. Enri A. O'Neal, and Infant (laughter who nrc nt the Methodist liaspU'ni. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil Lowe were in Memphis yesterday, where they nt- Baptists Are To Have e . i n c • Mineral services were h opecial rraycr bervice i.— ; Funeral Services Held For Dell Baby Tuesday ] Funeral services were held yes- tffcutcd Box. George Hamilton's Music i 'ir Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Cooley, of Joiner, spent last night here with Mrs. Coolcy's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. T. Moon. ' <"0;an Is critically ill in a hcspital in Los Angeles, Cnlif. Mrs. J. M. TriiCJidell. of Cnrrs- /illc, Ky., is spending several •eek swith her brother, b. L. Wnrd, and family. Dell infant Dies Funeral strvlcrs were held this iftenior.ii for the Infant daughter •>f Mr. nnd Mrs. Dale Masters, of Dell, who died several hours aftor her birth yesterday. She was an only child. Burial was made at Mounds cemetery. Dell, with Cobb Funeral Home in charge of funeral arrangements. To Have Open House •Major Curtis J. Liltlc will hold cccn house i:r his ex-service "buddies" tomorrow at his horn: on north Highway 01. Read Courier News Want Ait oTT^rkerVcS _™° ^ ™ CLASSIFY A Sunday Scliciol training school' with classes for various departments mirier the leadership of Ed- ( gar Williamson, Lille Rock, state; em-clary of S. S. and B. Y. P. U. woi'k, was voted lor the -second | week in meiHiny of the Baplisl church last night. J. E Counts, superintendent, and Fat. Moseley, secretary, presided during Die business session at which reports for the past month wele heard. On the program arranged and led by Mrs. Ida Tucker, Miss Virginia Blackvraod discussed tr.c findings of the South- .ijvitle S. S. conference held at ikidgeci-esl, N. C. recently. A round table talk on the S. S. and In? church budget closed the program. There will he special Armistice Day observance at the regular weekly prayer meeting at the First Baptist, Church tonight at 7;30 o'clock. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter will speak on "The Folly of Peace" and /.rlhur Nelson will have special music prepared. Highest I'riccs ('aid WOLF ARIAN 128 E. Main I'hone 110 L a c! i e s' Ready-To-Wear Store Was Established Here Ten Years Ago Aiiiicimccmenl was made today by Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cox, owners of the New Economy fihop, that the store will be closed as scon as possible. The decision of the owners to abandon the business wns made because cf other business interests which will require their attention. The shop BUS established here ten yrars ago by the present owners and at this time boasts a $I5.00[) sleek of ladies' ready-to- u'cnr nnd ladies' .slices. 1-tor a number of years it has been lo- caia! at 103 East Main street in the Ingram building. "Cur going out of business docs net mean that we will lenve Bly- thcvlllc," Mrs. Cox said, "but simply that we arc no longer k o en- gasc in the ladies' rcady-to-wnr business." The complete stock will be offered to the public and the stoic »ill close as soon as the merchandise can be disposed of. Help Wanttil Rdiatie ivomen for distribution •.vert: in city. Salary fc commis-j iicn. Also salesman or saleslady with cur to travel. Salary & commission. Write L. B., Courier News 10-pk-ll Small store en Ash Street near railrontl. Reasonable rent. / Goldstein Hide and Fur Go. 10-ek-tf FREE INSTRUCTIONS In Latest Styles Knitting •'BlillNAT." KNITTING YARNS Sirs. Leslie Hooper HOD Chickasawba Phone 792 by Having hoes Repaired at Shoe Shop 115 So. 2nd I Miss Joy Binckwood arrive;! last "ftlght from Little Rock for an ex-, tended visit with her uncle, D. H. Biackwooct and family. W. I'. Qiilnn of Hot Springs is here for n visit with relatives and to: look nfter Ins business inter- usts. Malcolm Smith of Little Ro;k arrived the lirst of the week to take up his work with a \ocal drug company. Mr. Smith lived IMI-C ninny years ago. His mother being the former Frances Mc- Drs. Wert & Wert Oi'TOMETlUSTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKU 'EJI SEE" Phmio 5tO ' Arm In Road Accident i " a " c "; of Mrs. Pic Gcaclman. lad her Iclt nrm .mrcly fctuisc'd ir iccidtnt last night. The W. Krech and f,-\wrence N'eil arc in the Memphis B.ip- Luxor,!,; broken and was: lisl i lospUsl 1 an automobile! Mrs . Gle]> , Pntcc(t o( L .,, so ,. n . ls a injiirfdjpaiicut \ n (] le Memphis Bnplisl lios- vcman was treated at Die Bly-]pit a i :heviile hcspital today but was! W.'D. Lynch, of Osce=b ha.sbeen .ctunied to her home this nfter- [ admitted to the Baptist hospital In Memphis. neon. Soybeans - WANTED - Soybeans We Pay Highest Market Prices For All Varieties MALDEN GRAIN CO. W. O. Itccvc-s, A?cnt Sn. P.. n. SI.. Next lo .Uisnnllii Pl.inl—Iliyihcrillr. Ark. DAY PHONE B55 NlGIIl'' 1'IIO.VE M9 If fnr your husband you can 1 And him you w;mt fu luiM. Scud liiiu lo Sildlnirj-'s Plii.vlmtisc. His only .illr.irtion ivill IIP lo bowl. SUDBURY'S PLAYHOUSE Sudbury Harold Suilbury nr'riieuM roor ont two pro^dj o( e Inln your Uncb diib". If thli bi1« nmtowintfrcd.-^-DUTfpodaixx.i'tdigcit It juil dec'ft)^ (o the bowfcls. Gas bToat^ up ytoir ^UmteK^Vcu jctt cdnstfp^led. Your *nole n-»t*m ii ^oUoliH ihil you f«l war, .tank and th« world looVs ount. ', l*J»UvM «e only ii»Voliiii|. \ mtto .ctfwwnwvBinmco^tn'tpetiitlKec&a^e. It ,aio» UI«M EoOi, oM Csttbr'B tilth Livtr ru» to S«t tt«J* two jw'jn lc "flow lBiby . tot- . Mmi. Bmttxirnlr R n>-ihin« r To the Farmers WHO OWE US ACCOUNTS WE WI1.1. ALLOW'YOU 7SC PE R HUNDRED FOR SOYBEANS IF DKL1VEUB1) TO Ot'R OKKJCK AS I'AYMENT ON ACCOUNTS DUE U.S. Ellis Implement Go. "THE JOHN-DEERE FULL LINE" -COMPLIMENTS OF- FIUST UTIQUL MM H. HU;H1'11,I,, I'rcsidonl Important Events Armistice Day 11 n. m. Zero Hour S;ilulo SpoiikiiiK : ,| city Hall The public invited. 12:30 p. m. Machine Gun Main Si root 2 p. m. Mammoth Parade Floats - - Di'immslvjition 3 p. m. Football Game at Haloy Fiokt, 5:30 p.m. Legion Mei>Ung at the Hut. 8 p. m. Wrcsllinjr nm -, Boxing Show Legion Aivim. 10. p. m. Dance at fjty Atuiitorinm. BiFORE 13/1 Everything for your cntcr- (iiinment and comforl. Weds. • Thurs. YOU'LL GO BANJO-EYED^ . WITH JOY! BUILT TO EXCEL ... IN STYLE, PERFORMANCE, LONG LIFE^^ Never before, we arc sure, have you seen such M^ distinctively new Sutside style, or such superbly new inside luxury in cars so low in cost as these . . . ((Drive . . . and you'll find the performance that has won every worthwhile American record is even finer for 1938 . .. 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