The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO BLYTHBVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NKWS WEDNKSDAY, MARCH 18, News of the. Blytheville Schools Society Calendar. f Thursday Mrs. Cecil Shane is having the Mid-Week Bridge club. Miss Katherlns Lawlcr Is hostess at a bridge parly given at the home of Mrs..O. W. McCutchen for Mrs. Joe Kirtiy, of Paragould, and Mrs. Thomas W. Miller, of Hatllcsburg, Miss. Friday The Music department of the Woman's club U meeting at the club at 2:30' o'clock. : Visitors .Share Honors With Mlsa Murgartt Mahan. Twenty-four guests were entertained ~by Mrs.. Walker H. B:iker, Mrs. 'tilto KOchtltzky and Mrs. Ross D.-iHuglies: yeslcrday aficr nom wheii Mrs. George R. Calhoun of Ricigeloi>, Teiin., hoiiscgueft of her daughter,' Mrs. Russell Phillips, and'Mrs.- Josiah G. Forl of Clnrks- vlllc.VTeiin, who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Malwn, shared:honors with Miss Margarcl Malmn^ a bride-elect. The. affair was given' nt the Hughe* ho'nie. With yellow as the background for the party motif there. were"club!cis of bntlcrcuns, calciiduYi'. roses.., carnations nnd snapdragons used for decorations. Upon'"(heir arrival"the Kucsls were served a.delicious cheese sulad with tea biscuits, an apricot ice and coffee.; the tables had for their centerpieces silver baskets of jonquils In; the bridge games which fol- lowed'Mrs. Earl Koontz of Springfield, Mo., won the high score prize hosiery, and a similar gift went to Mis. W. B. Tanner for the cut prize. Miss Mahan's eifl was an cnci table and uolh Mrs. Calhoun and Mrs. Forl received hosiery. A recent bride, Mrs. Tanner was presented, a vase, and her houscsucst, Miss Mary Elizabeth Dinning, of Helena, received a. handkerchief.. • • « Business, Professional Women's Conference Hcrv. Business women of Joncsboro. Paragould, Osceola, Corning, Pig. golt arid Blylhevllle, who make up the second district of tl;« Slate Business and Professional Women's club, will attend the annual district conference here Saturday night and Sunday, Features of Ihe .meeting will be the presence of Ihe state president Miss Leonora Wilson pi Little Rock, and Mrs. Ova Stewart or I-'orl Smith, general district director. Mrs. Clarence Hoifler, chairman of Ihe district, will to-In Alffge of the cciirerence:''Trlf|-ii'dilrrs3 by the state president will be !he outstanding number of the program for the dinner Saturday evening at the Woman's club. The fellowship breakfast Sunday morning nt the Woman's club will be followed with a round table discussion ot business. Delegates and members of the lo- wl'i-n she also enlcrlalncd the. fucsdny Conlracl club. In tlv> cai'd tames Mrs. J. Nick Thomas won I he. cl ul) prize, a ilou- jle deck of cards, and cards nlso ,trnt to Mrs. Foley for guest prl/e. The hostess served n delicious vegetable salad witlj sandwlclics and ice tea. • * • Mm to Have Dlnnrr The men of the First Methodist, church will linv.; a fellowship dln- : :r Friday evening, al the chinch. | No women will l>c present except thos? wlio will .serve Ihe dinner and the men arc planning u' number of Inlerestlni! "stiig" nniii-i tors. Armorcl 1'. T. A. To JIavp Nijht Mrellng The Parent-Teacher nfsoclaliou of the Armorel junior high school will have a night meeting Thursday, 1:30 o'clock, when falliers of llv> students will be guests ol honor. Aprograin will be given on "The I Science Ol Life From tlic Living i World" nnd this is lo I)C followed with a social hour. Mesdames C E. Orlggcr, A. B. Colston and C. J. Litllc ore to be Right Fare! Want Hundred :il 11. V. 1'. U. Sclioul With n goal for 100 in attendance, the training school of the 15. Y. P. U.'s In the First Baptist church had 11 present lasl evening Tlw school, which began Sunday evening wil close Friday. Osceola Society—Personal Regimental reviews be- u pleasure lot- University ot Arkansas R. O. T. C. men since Miss Betty 'rolson, College of Education sophomore, lias been chosen regl- » , . ,11 i,™i ic n<n mc »'») sponsor. Sho's from Fort A feature of Ihe school is tno Smllh dally publication oi the "Pepper | — , '_ Box". Mr-mbm of the slafl nrc:| Sam Drown, cdllor; Miss ]3elln|for Hie round tal)!o talk, followed cal organization attend the church services'oi Ihe First Bap"?'. f, hurc!l '» n.bady. Luncheon will be Eervcrt at the Goff Hoi;l the official home of the hostess group, and the conference will clo^o in Ihe afternoon following another business session. Organized seven years ago. Ihe Blytheville club has become one of the outstanding groups in the state Especially centering their activities upon educational work rc- Porls given al the conference will show that much has been done in this city in this way Mre M Mrs Holder as, "hostess" to the 35 MJitors ex-peeled to atlend • * * Vitllor Given Parly Pintle, joke editor; Mi's Virginia Ci-iillon, scdoly eclitov: Morris Cox, weather editor; Ho Huffman, cartoonist; Miss Luna B. wniichn, di- ;cclcr; Ml*s Pauline Preivell, publicity inannger. Supper is being served each evi-nlmr, ul 0:30 o'clock Dy inein- bcrs of the woman's missionary union before the four classes meet. In the contest between the Reds nnrt Greens the Greens arc In tlic lead. '• • • Ofllcers Klecfcil. These olliccrs were elected for the Dogwood b'oys and girls 4-H clul) following the reorganization meeting Hits week: Miss Clara Whatlcy, president; Miss Eva Ruth Guntcr, secretary; Misses Addle Biltlnln and Mildred Stanlicld, reporters. MIsr, Cora Lee Coleimn Mid J. E. CriU assisted in the meeting. Reiwrts showed that two partica lad been given by this group nt the icmcs of Miss Altami Barker and Miss Mildred Stanflcld, The molto chosen for tills year s "Make the Best Better." * * * Itarc Meeting. The Promise I/uid Missionary EO- clely met at the church Monday afternoon. After the song service the Bible study was given by Mrs George Skelton and was conclude; with a prayer. Mrs. Carl Matthews will be host ess for llic next meeting Monday afternoon. • * • To (Hvc Special Inslrnciions. Special Instriicltons were given nt Ihe meeting of Hie Eastern. Star order last evening to the si* iiieiu- liers who will demonstrate the work nt Osceola Monday evening when the grand, worthy matron will be present. There will nlso bo six representatives from tlic Wilson am! Osceola chapters in the demonstrations. There are IS local members who plan to go lo Osceola for the special meeting. an exhibit, ol pictures b> luy.'dno], Ilobhema and Huysinn by Mrs. T. B. Tale. Bits of News Mostly Personal • — 'nit; Rev. P. Q. norie, who ha L v 3en 111 from Influenza, is uettc today. His son, Paul Jr., who is alsc 111, Is too improving. Mrs. Hue R. Mason has returnee from u visit in Carulhersville. George R. Crockett, is attendin to business in Poplar Uluff. Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert E Lee Kin went to Dexter, ^^o., today for visit with their daughter, Mrs Hugh Nelson Thompson, and fani lly. Mr. King will remain scvera clays while Mrs. King expects to b away several weeks. ^ir. and Mrs. R. II. Bennct liav moved to the Shane residence o Tenth street. Miss Hazel Hardin will go I Kansas City (he last of the week for n brief visit. Mrs. Earl Koontz of Springfield, Mo., who Is here for an extended visit with lier mother. Mrs. E. M. Bryan, went to St. Louts totiay for several days visit Harry W. Haincs wll leave tomorrow for Lincoln and Hastings, Neb., by motor. He will he accompanied to Kansas City by Jake Officers for the coining llscal year ere installed nt a meeting of the rcsbytcrlan Ladles Auxiliary held iondny afternoon at the home ol Irs. J. Y. Jones. The organizattc!'.. 'liich elects only a portion of Junior High The 7B1 class of Junior high school voted on the be:,', book reports given by Ihe pupils. They were C. A. Martin, Nancy Claire i McCauloy and Woodrow Hall. All j Die re[»rls were very interesting.' : The class of 8A-U regrets the ab- jsence ol one of our pupils, Chi- itiulta Douglas, who is absent because of sickness in her home. Sloan Stewart is the teaciier of VA-2 room. These are the ones who I characters were: Scripture reading, MUs Hughes; What Better Spcjcii Means to .Us, nzmelin Oldham. The chairmen were Flossie Bell Alley and Demclra Oldham. 7A-1 home room liad a program on good English. Tile class chose partners and reported in a class . Junior High and High School now have fire extinguishers in the halls of both buildings. 7A-1 room misses Gladys Dozier who has moved to California. She was secretary of that room bcton she left. have not made below 13 on their i report, cards: Gc-raldlnc Rylee, Uo- " A ~ l roon i "'Uses Roil Sanders ' who has been sick for the last week. - rinnc Coulter met Mittie Mac Payne. Dorlnne has been on the Ilcers on altcrnntc years this yoar|' lonor '' o11 every time since she has Icclcd Mrs. J. Y. Jones to the o(co of vice president alut Mrs. W. i. Dyess lo the olflce uf secretary. Irs. George Edrlngton contlnnos as resident of the Auxiliary and Mrs. I. A. Cromcr, treasurer. Mrs. W. J. Driver jr., and Mrs. D. . Lnney, young matrons, of the hm-ch, were elected chairman o! irclcs No. 1 nnd No. 2 respectively. ' ;ecn '" Junior except once. The 8A toys taking agriculture are making bird houses this week. Some hoys are making the bird houses by hollowing cypress knees on 1 ,. The boys furnish their own lumber and make Ihe kind of bird house dial they want. Tlie 8A-2 class of junior high school had a "radio" program las; nd new cause sccietnries were a;i- j Monday, The radio was made out -The 7A-1 .class oi Junior ....... school was very sorry to have absent Margnt, Criner who was 111, The 7A-) class will have assembly program. Scripture reading will be by Miss Hughes .The following are on the program: Grace Abott, Charles Fender; Jane Adams, Marie Scott; Miss Eve Harwell, piano selections; Martha Berry, Pauline Fowler; Mary E. Wooly, Margarel ma Criner; Florence Rena Suliin, J. T. i His English; Sehnniann-Hcink, Jeddy " To a Willow Tree Oh, wllloiv tree, messenger of Spring. A song of thanks to thes I sing. For soon Spring will come tripping o'er the earth, Ascalterlng sunshine, joy and mirth. Turning skies from gray to blue, Painting flowers every hue. Oh, slender willow tree. I song a song of praise to [lice. jwiih which the parts were ta that much time had been spent In preparation. William Harris was th? reader, Sybil nrackin nnd (Jsoi-gc Grear were the lovers, Truman Speck wa-i the son and other members of tin Glee club uere plated In minor parts. This was one lime (hat a gle^ club performed when no sinsir.j vas dor.c. Mesdames J.. B. McAfee, P. rs! Jarrctl and J. W. Marshall were in Thy green leaves foretell the Spring | Mo m p hl ' s T , ;es uay 'lor "tlic meeting m, «.! 10 ..r 0 i'5."'!!! c !!j t .u-". l ,. b 5. i . nB ' Ol 'he Methodist women's council. Oh, God, in heaven we thank tnee, For (he slender willow tree. —Dorothea Rogers. wlnted as follows: ' secretory ' ol '> of I' 1 '"-' wil1 ' n lo i l(i speaker fitted sll < 1 P« r<1 : Hie Indian Love Call, plrllnal life. Mrs. Agatha wilks; . tnl " l! - A ™ ril <> <--abinet was placed xf """""" '• % " 1 """ "••"-"- " missions, Mrs. K L. Pliippj;) 1 " fl '°" t ot tllc speaker and the 1U ' ol tllc u ' a= P" 1 '" Miss ionic mission. Mrs. Pr.ithcr; c:in- \ CM alion.and ministerial relief, Mr* • Miller's loom and the other end . H. Hook; religious education.]'" lllc auditorium. It was a very Irs. BolKicii; Christian social scr- n;xxl Program and everyone cn- Icc, Mrs. W. J. Driver, and litcra- ure, Mrs. n. 11. Cromcr. The treasurer rcuortcd an in- joyed it. The Junior High agriculture class of late !)een busy fixing the crease of five per cenl In Ihe or- sounds f °r track, which has al- gnnlzatlon's budget for all cluirel: I vo;l<1> ' begun. They at first dug out mi-poses during the past year j ""•' vlu 'lt'ng pit and are lo gel sonic Mrs. Agntha Wllks led the (i-vu. assis ' an;c l( °, n «"" '"• n»d now- they lonal service at the n,,e"ng ^\ a ™.f!>"^ !?^\. .. . ire. F. L. Phlpps made a moj .cresting talk on work done in the lorthcrii branch of Ihe church. Mj-s. H. A. Cromcr and Mis. F. . Phipps were appointed delcgr.r; to the annual Proibylcrlal which nccls In Joncsboro April 1C aiul n. Delicious refreshments were tc:v- ed following the meeting. Ruth King of Ihe 8A class of I Junior Hi;h school has been ill for days. We are hoping she will be aole to come back to school scon. Tho 8A-I is very glad to have a new j The 8B-1 Fitzgerald. ck=.s has slarlc-cl a m attendance record. The gills are ahead al tlu- iirc.-cnt time. There , Margaret Fisher; Ceceila Beaux. Guy Collier; Conic Ciiapmancoft. Woodrow Newman; song, Mrs. Tipton. Sudbiiry School Attendance in the first grade has been considerably reduced this week on account of chicken-pox. Miss Delia I'urtie spent Monday visiting grades 1A and IB. The boys and girls of IB (Trade was very happy Monday to bssin reading from their first primer. March 9 to 13 was bird week in the 1A and 2B grades. The children observed birds and made stories about them. They made poslers and bird houses. The 1A children are sorry to lose Walter and Ruby Collier. They are going to Central. Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Marsev and have been no tardles. On I'riday,' Miss Purtle were recent visitors to iom. •man Tinker holds nonthly parlv ci UUUIL-S. un ri may, miss i'urti c s of [he First i Mnrcl1 1J - l!l ° llome room gave a the 2A roi i' school will b" ",? i " u ' re <'l'"= Program it was as Thermar The regular monthly :he Ycamen clns Methodist Sunday icld tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at the pastor's home wilh Mrs- , A l' 1 ^'- 1 ' :1 * ™s an origina! | dames Eli Myers. Morrow and John ''.'"'' wrltt ™ by Virsmia Anne Da- ; Miller niul Miss Maude Littleton \ vls ;,, , hostesses. ' ; t Ukclcle solos—Lystra Brackin and , iKalliryn Walpolc. Jokes—Kathryn Walpole. very Mjlnrc<1 whlt( grade have recently been carried Several pupils from the 813-1 class of Junior High school had the privilege of listening to a very inter- rlngton, led the afternoon's tason from the regular slnrly course on Sovicl Russia, wilh parts taken on the program by Mrs. L! S. Mil'-- chell and Mrs. c. B. Pcrnn." Mis. R, II. Jones read an interesting a>ti{ cie of (ravel in Russia. '•" Delicious refreshments were serv-t- . — -•- *^ i Jed following the lesson. Mrs Huplir 1 !, CS "" 8 about A ^"n 5 as. All the j-i....i._ . .. . '• * i nilml'i nF RR_1 JlmF IIAI^.I i,j..» feet score in spelling last week are- velma Lee Hatch and Pauline Hil- Lcona. Paukie has returned to . pupils of junior high. He I been enjoying a series of Bible stories at Ihcir opening exercises for several days. The pupils of the 4B class liavc thoroughly enjoyed a study of ilia bluebird for two days. Three .interesting reporis were dc March G on the "Dog and His Origin." Thes? reports were made by Tom Simon, Edward Davis and Hugh Purvis Aricll, who ar:-! members of tiie 6B class. The "B Square Club" is busily engaged in making plans lor the next two months of s'rhocl. The following 5B pupils have been absent this week due to illness: Rebecca. Saphtan, .James Anderson, Homer Webster, Junior Hankins, Jack Jenkins and Helen La Shot. Willie Mae Adams, Eleanors Taught and Martha Coughlan are back In school after several days absence, Sallic Joe Joyce has moved to Memphis. The 5A gronp has Irvin Osbornc and Winifred Crawford on the sick lisl tills week. The 5A group was glad to have Mary Jue Buchanan's mother visit their room Wednesday mornins. Kathryn Sanders, a member of the OB class, is absent from school this week. Kathryn WAS called away from school last Monday be- cau;e of the serious illness of her .grandmother whose home is at Ripley, Tenn. The OB pupils have cnjoycii decorating the blackboards ami bulletin board this we:k with beautiful March designs. The art committee, Lillian Hopper, William Har- his, and Edward Davis, have supervised the decoration work. As a part ol the program at the pie supper on the uijjht of March 13th the Glee club gave a skit entitled "Prom Dawn 'Till Uusk." Tile skit was done in panlomhie form since one person read while other members of the group acted, according to tile words that v;ere read It look ten minutes to givq.-' this Sopiiomoi'es Lose Eight to Wear Their Sjiiocks PHILADELPHIA. (UP) — The sophomores of tho Un:v.r:,i;y oi Pennsylvania Scliun! cl Architecture will not wear the 'traditional" smocks while in the drav.inir rooms this year. This anc^-nt and liot:oi:i : )!e right vas lost when the junior rte- eatcd the second year n-.en in ill? , annual interelass smock b.i'.tle. .*^ . One sophomore wears a smoA.' and 50 members of his elass S'.ck o protect him from an etiual -111111- oer of juniors. If the smack is still whole after 10 mlnutcE, ihu sophomores win—if not they can's 1 . vear (heir smocks until they become juniors. 50 ™' 1 " tllinss tll!a very Ciaig was a visitor nt tile meeting) r Miss., was tlie guest o Plan to Attend Ilislrlct ., gues o ........................... Honor at a bridge party given last 1- - T - '»• Meeting pi Karlc. A number of Parent-Teacher as- this city plan isUict mceliiiB in Earlc Monday. .March 30. Representatives from Mississippi Crnighead, Poinsctt, Crittendcn Cross and SI. Francis counties are lo hear Mrs. U D. Kcagan of Little Hock, stale president, and Mrs. Charles E. Roe. national field secretary. The meeting will be preceded by a luncheon. The Calvary Church Guild met Monday afternoon at the church here. Rev. C. C. Burke, rector of the church, led a le.s-on in church history. | Mrs. M. L. Smnners wns hostess lo Ihe Baptist Woman's Mi..<.;.inary Union al her home here .Monday atferuoon. The royal service lesson was led by Mrs. H. O. Bradford Ungar who will visit his mother. a "d vocal music was provide; evening by Mrs. Jess White and -Miss Ruth Whitworlh. Before her sociatlon members of marriage a year ago Mrs. Miller to altend the distil this c'ity* HL2abelh Fouche Ki »S of ~ ' " " For the Saint Patrick affair the green nnd yellow shades were emphasized with bowls of jonquils adorning the two rooms where five tn.blcs were arranged. The same combination was seen in. the ap- P2lking refreshments of green frown fruit salad, green bread ... sandwiches with yellow filling scrv- * ed wilh iced tea. i Has Club. The high score prize, an organ-1 Mrs. George Miilr was hostess die aprcn, went to MLss Kathcrino ] to the Tuesday Limrlirnn club and Lawler and the honored guest re- one guest, y,\sn Maude Cullison. ceivcd a bowl. \ this week. An appetizing Iwo-course menu I was served nt one o'clock and the rcmalnrtcr of tin 1 afternoon wns Upon his return home in len days Mr. Haines will bo accompanied by Mrs. llnincs and son. Harry, who have been visiting in Nebraska for two months. the Lake Street Methodist church, i-ho has been critically ill at Ihe Memphis Methodist hospital, is now much improved. Mesdames Roland Green, C. A. Elfrank. John H. Long. C. L. Or- rcll and Iverson Morris were in Memphis yesterday for the missionary council of (lie Methodist church. Miss Sara Drain Is reluming lo her home in Dycrsburg. Tcnn.. this nttcrnoon after spending days with Misics Ruth au:l Sue \ adforcL- •d by J quartette composed of Mesdames F. E. Shippnn, C. C. Bowen, H. C. Bradford and D. A. Silcr. Tiie organization's offering for lion sions amounting to approximately $3G, was reported. » * a Fifteen members attended meeting of the Christian Workers at the home of Mrs. Frank Conw.iy Monday. A lesson from "Training for Service," was led by Mr*. Alder. Mrs. D. L. Conway'was a visitor. The next, meeting will Lc held that heard him en- wonderful talk very _Thc Piling ofjhe 4B grade have skit, but one could tell'by'the sjii'll Read Courier News Want AtK Your Jlcdicme In Your Handbag Our VcgcluLle Gminoimil is also sold in chocolate co;;lei! tali- lets. just 113 effective, us tlic liquid form. Fijrlor-H'rl by half .1 milltoa wntnrn, this tm-difini: ja p.irliniilarly v.iin.Tlil;: tlnrini; llic there Irving j^ri'iil, of n]u- turity, Tii.itcriiiiy ;ui,l nliilillc ;L^C. 93 OK; of 100 rcpcn kncjii Lij ciia E. PinkKui-nl* Vegetable Coi with Mrs. W. T.'Ramsey. + » > Mrs. W. L. Scgars led Ihe lesson at the regular meeting of the I?utt. Mcsdamcc A. N. Church. George Shanks and Bert Mayo attended the Methodist women's council in Memphis yesterday. i Methodist Woman's Missionary s.i- ' cicty Monday. The subju.n was "The Alabama Cngans, a New Missionary Field." Twenty members To Have Taj Day The Maple Grove Ccn-.ctcry scciation met yesterday aflcrnoon spent in contract Ijrirlrc. Mr- O W al the homo Mrs. E. r. Blon-.oycr. ! McCutchen won the prize lirrcric The officers were installed fcr, ... the year with these to serve: Mrs.| SrluiUz-Matllicwf. Frank Webb, president; Mrs. J. D ; The marriage" ol MKs Vermar Barksdale, vice president; Mrs. E.! M?tthcw . . F. Blomcycr. secretary nnd treas- urcr; Mrs. Roberl E. Lee King, reporter. Plans were made for a lac day April 7 which is also city election day. • • • Class Mcds The Euzelian Sunday school class of the First Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. T. A liar- din last evening for the usual monlhly business meeting. In the social hour whlcii follow- ivs and ^lr. L. H. Schultr, both ot s'.ilc city. t,x»k p:ace last :i:ehl vitli Justice E. 1). Walker |>crforining the cerciiioiiy. Dutch I'.iinlers KtudW. Mrs. otto Kochlilzkv was of the leader program this of ioyed his uucii. The 8B-1 class attendance con:est has cuine lo an end and the Joys are very glad to announce :bat tlicy are the winners. Tho girls arc to serve them refreshments Mnrch G. We are very glad lo have two more pupils added to our class, Mac anil Charles Edwards.! This makes a '.cial of thirty pupils. We arc very sorry that one of our pupils has tren ill for the past three (lays. Thi- following i.= n ,, 0 =m written by I.ystra Drnckin of the 8B-1 class: • MYAL CRAWFORD GrtEEN'E Myal Crawford is a mighty name; I've heard it only once or twice I and I know not. it's fame. j I've heard it's just a litlie child n j few days old: ! Beit it won't be long until that win be all tlicre is to show. But we're awful glad to have him. Are the words from Junior High- And we hope w:;en he grows up. Me'll be brave and not shy; And also very siiioions and very sensible, 'Cause If he's no'., ti.j'll never make a good principal. Tlie boys of 8B-1 nre very gitid (o announce Ihey have had no tar- dies this semester. The attendance race between (he nd girls will come to a clo' were present. Mr nnd Mrs. jimnilc I-cdbelter I Mrs - H "8' 1 Hughcy nnd siliall and Mrs. Charles Phillips and i <l««6liter. -Sue Clay, spent tlic rtanchtcr, Bcttic Lou, arc in Obion. j week-end wilh Mrs. Hnglicys par- 1'ctm.. attending the funeral of Mr. r' 1 ^ *•&• »'«' M™. J. "• Lcdt,:llcr's Biandmothe'r. Mrs. J.'»> Osccola ( aie tnat they will have to M. need, who died Monday. I M. C. Simmers of Pirn- Uluff. j^ne the boys. Mr. and Mrs. Pearly Pavnc, of. s l»» l '«» "itht with hi, i:.m-ms. Tl!c M'owing assembly program "- -"' "~ " ' Simmers, in ovcwell,|' u lllc f>«l 0( "ex' week. The girls i are afraid that they will have to Slccle. visited here yesterday. - Mr - allct Mrs - M - '' Mrs. l^nnlc Ray. who bccim? j Osceola. f.erioiifly ill last night, Is slightly : Mrs. Charles Driver and Mrs. W. was s|»nsorcd by tho class February i5: Bible reading. Miss Alice >Lir- imurovcd today. I E - Johnson, both former rosid'cnls 5llal! : biography of Longfellow. El- Mrs. Charles Dilhran. of Canilh-' ot Osceola. are exiwctert the latter »>f r Llndsey: story-of Hiawatha - - - - * ' Eddie Saiiba: slory of Evangclinc Virginia Davis; Tlic Village Blacksmith. Evie Lou Hawkins; song: "Stars of a Summer Night"; popii- Ir.i- song. Kathryn Walpole, Lyslra j Brackin, accompanied by Carmei I L<;w:s. The 1A-1 cl.iss iu junior higl &ave a home rr>om program crsvillc. shopped here yesterday. ; P^ rt ° r this week fcr "a visit with A. M. Butt, who was stricken' relatives and fricurts hero, seriously ill last nisht. is much bet-1 Attorney Virgil Green? of lilythc- tcr today. Mrs. R. C. D?nl jr., nnd d.ingh- j j.villc attended court hero yc.-.t;r<Iay. Drake was a bu; vis- . . . ., , ter. Wayne, have ulurncd from | 'tor in .Memphis Tn^day. Chiraso where they were -r.irstr of Alpha Haii'-.-n rolurncd sev- Mrs. DciU's sister. Mrs. H. T. Khrri- .cral days aijo from Rnckford. III.. man. for ten rlavs. where i-he has Ivcn for several Bolter Speech. Wo hid a icport or Delphian n- ^ «°n Cl T , Pnn ™ , ,h , C ",' Painting Mas the theiuc for t.ev- oral interesting talk.-, and discussions among the members. Mrs. C. W. AfTlick supplemented the discus- .... leader'- talk wilh „ u ,.-x...,- 'c-d the gncsU were served a dainty sion of Holland's iwo great land- ice with green cherries topping Ihc. i<:x]K , U i,, t< , rs anrt an ct i ininlc of dessert. Club Has Guests I.iwrenre Folry. W. L. Honicr and Ernest Roe were quests of Mrs. M. A. Isaacs yesterday Mrs. Howard B. Proctor, who 1 weeks with licr fi.s'rr. who 15 pra:i- was seriously injuicd ni:?n struck .unliy Imiirovlns after an illness of| ollr l»rtncr's errors in six-cch. The by an automobile almu<-t thioo pnoimonia. wctks a^o, was rrniovcd from tl'.e MIST Nan Frances Warren had as! Ulythcville I'.ospiial t,> her home hrr guests over liie week-end her I today. ; parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. War- Jiliss Martha Reynolds, of Hayti. 'rcn. and small sister, Elinor, from Is the houugucM. of Miss Ellw- jTjronza. beth Blytl'.o havir.^ cn:r.e down lor ; ^ party of O-cco'.iins \sl'.o spent the bridge party given last eve- last evening in Memphis included nlng by Mrs. Jess While and Miss - Mr. ai-.d Mrs. nrncc Ivy. Lhnore Huth Whitworllv .Sa-.ilh. R A. Carlwrisht and Misi- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris were: 1 ' 5 Eva Montague. .Mary lielie Co- visitors ill Memphis weekend. IIospita! Notes the'wan, Maxine Brown. M.uv | fl;>le nr.d Ev.ilyn Ward. ! Mrs. Charles Lowvanri- jr. ;hcr IIMIUT. Mrs. . A;a.. 10 RELIEVE— ... iplrhlflwclnclionandrVlyMr en Of l-->L^rlUAT^MtO B9EOOn 113 TCU r.ntkc tho f:r?t Flpi nt n cr>!d. Just talco NATURE'S REHEDV-tR I,? r.iro of i rrirpt. caayr^ii ykawat rc- *uh'. It istr.3rotV.oroyih in telion ap.d far IxTltc-thr.aordinarylaxRlivca. TryiU Tlic All-Vrjcinbtc I.c.tatii-e - Pre-Easter SALE -GOATS -DRESSES -SUITS --HATS Starting Tomorrow Moi ruing 9 a. m. Offering a vasl array of Sniari Spring Styles for Women and Misses al reat- ly reduced prices jtcape painters anrt an c-.'.imalc Ruysdael. one of the RroatcM masters ol the llollar.d school who; Pnlienls dismlwul from Ihr Bly-'.fpcni yc-,lcrd?v in Mrn-'-ihi's' died in an almshousc. thcville hospital today unv: Mrs i l)r '.ii-d M;-< w j F "Lmulnape Painiir..: and Dylch' Howard B. Proi-lo:. ( i:y; Hans were «-ek-.'i-d us -o-- --i vn,V.,V Eull Life and Subject in Dutch] Beading. Slre!e. Mo., mid A. O. j _.!_._ ' Painting' was the theme used Moslcy. Holland, Mo. | C.y.irlf \C'\s Wvl A- : s Pi- ay Garments iXol Included Vanity Fair Hosiery Gossard (.".or&cls / Silk Underwear MISS WHITSITT'S SHO "3

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