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FAQfe ff*0 BLTTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS .Social Calendar : TUESDAY'S EVENTS City council P. T. A. meeting at 9:30 a. m. O. E. S. mecltng,-T:30 p. m. Mis. Floyd White hovlng Tuesday Contract club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian Fine Arts club meeting at Hotel Noble, 9:30 a.m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A. Conway entertaining Mld-Wcek Bridge club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Bridge party at Hotel Noble, 2:30 p. m. Mmes. Edgar Borum, G. E, Keck, J. F. Lenll, G. H. drear and J. A. Waterman hostesses. American Legion auxiliary meeting with Mrs. Floyd White, 7:30 p. m. • Miss Othus Brackin iWeds Woodrow Fisher. The marriage of MUs Ottius L'rackln and Mr. Woodrow Fislicr was-solemnlMd Sunday aflcrnoon at the Flr*t Baptist church at Wilson. The bride were a satin dress in Roosevelt blue, fashioned along slralght lines, with buttons ornamenting the side of the front. -'Her hat, with its short veil, were ' In the same shades und her other accessories were In black. • The couple »:pre accompanied by '•', Miss Marie Leggett and Ben Hall '..' and Miss Irma Laura Barries and _• Freeman Robinson. After the ring ,r ceremony the party motored to ii Memphis where they had dinner *,' before returning home. "'. Mrs. Fisher, vhp Is the daugh- 'ter of Mr. ar>d Mrs. James T. "Brackin, is jxpularly known In .". this city. She his been accorded _, many honors In beauty and popu- J-Marlty contests, having been named •^"Miss Junior High School" In 1928, ••..\.on second ho.-ors In the selection T, of "Miss Blyll.eville" hi a mcr- --. chants contest lasl spring and ref. reived honorable mention In ttic ',; recent beauty contest, when "Miss V Blythevllle" was chosen for the : ;' Armistice Day program. She was ~ Icrmerly employed at the Elaine '.' Brsuty shop. • • •'- The bridegrotm, who is the son '-.of Mrs. J. H. Fisher and the late , Mr. Fisher, is a graduate of the *-. city high school' and is now em- "jjoyed at Joseph's Hardware store, i; He and his trldc are guests, of • his .mother for a short timo be'•- lore moving to an apartment. Rjrlee-Brjrdon. Miss Bertha Brydon. of Senath, Mo., and Mr. Hiram T. Rylee, o! this city, were united in marriage Sunday afternoon at Cardwcll, Mo. Justice S. Q. Long performed the service at his home. The bride was dressed In a sen blue rough crepe frock trimmed In while faille crepe. Mr. Rylee and his bride are now at home on Franklin street where the bridegroom is connected with the New Deal Grocery. Mrs. Hylec, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Brydon of Senath, attended school In that city. • ' The bridegroom Is the son of Mrs. M. I,, Dodd, of this city. Mrs. Woodrow Fisher was before her marriage yesterday Miss Othus ity, 111., returned to their home] Itughey was winner 1 of hlch score yesterday alter having spent llm | j.rlze. holidays will) Mr. nnd Mrs. J. U! . . . Guard and family nnd Mr. anil I Mrs. Brnxton Bragg was Mrs. K. J. llealon. TJiaiiksBlvliiK any to mem Mr. nnd Mr*. Franklin Michle 1 ' ami Mlws Etta Grey Smith, Bonnie Virginia fnrroll uii(} Violet Blonkcnship motored to Memphis Sunday. Misses Lorna Wilson and Ruth Jenkins s]x'iit yesterday In Paragould. Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Pickard and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Flckm'd vls- ilcil relatives of Mrs. Allen Plck- nrcl In Brownsville, Tcnii., day. $un- Mr. inui Mrs. Ira nohnnnlng had ns their guests for the week-end their daughter, Mildred Lee. Norman, u'lio attends Holy Angels Academy nt Jonesboro, and two her schoolmates, Lily Ellen Martin ami Mary Anna Wlllctt. They returned Sunday afternoon. W. II. Sluvall and son, Billy, returned yc'itcrday from Chicago and Frccjwrt. III., where Mr. Slo- vnll nllended to business lor a few days. Stunt Night rlanned. A stunt night Is planned for Tuesday, December 12, at the high school auditorium. This event, sponsored by the junior high p. T. A., is to be a unique attraction with various local organizations piefenling stunts, according to Mrs. Ira Gray and Mrs. W. I. Os- bornc. « • « Easttrn Star To Meet Tuesday. Bits oj Nti£s Mr/stly Personal •^^ Crnwlord Greene attended to business In Little Rock during the past weekend. Pete Craig, who went to Lexington, Ky., for the' Tenncsseo- Kentucky game, rclumeil home Fridny, having been called here by the critical illness of his father, J. T. Crnlg sr., who.died last night. I'clc, who Is n star on. the University of Tennessee football team, arrived last Tuesday 'but went to Lexington for the game when, his father milled. His brother, J. T. Jr., who also attends school at Knoxvllle, came home with him. Miss Nellie Johns had ns her guests Sunday Malcolm .Evans and Earl Peebcs, of Jackson, Tcnn., who iittend Union • University. Bob Harris, who Is .attending to business In Memphis, will return home" tomorrow. • .'Tom, Short, who'. Is . a •'student at Union University nt Jackson. Tcnn.. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Barnes. Misses Sara Nunn and Adelc Langston returned Sunday to Oxford, Miss., after sending Ihc holidays at home. Phillip Easley, Preston Rnmey and R. -A. Nelson jr., and Misses Mary Cummhigs and Charllne Robinson, who • attend Arkansas Slate college nt Jonesboro, returned to school ycsterdaj- after having spent (ho holidays at home. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies. had an their guests for (he weekend Dr. Edna Nles' mother. Mrs. Mary Phllllber. and her sislcr. Mrs. G. C. Stirye, Dr. Sarye. two daughters and n son, of Shclbyvillc. Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcus Evrnrd and son. Joe, and Mrs. Doyle Henderson ' spent yesterday In Memphis with Mr. Henderson who underwent an appendicitis operation at (ho Baptist hospital several days ago and Joe Evrnrd consulted his physician. Mr. Henderson will probably be able to return home Wednesday. Milton Allcnbcrg of Memphis is the guest of his falhcr-ln-law, B, H. Levy, for two days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gordon Evrard and children spent yesterday In Jonesboro where they attended 'n Osccola Society — Personal The Rev. anil Mrs. J. E. Cooper >I Crosstll y.'ilerday announced engagement ami approaching innrrlajje ol their only daughter, Margnrel Atlclle, to Carroll David Bird of Osccol.i, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. llira of CrosscU. The wedding will be solemnized at high iirai on Monday, December as, ul the First Methodist church ol Crossed. Miss Coo]>cr received her A. B. degree from Hcndrlx college, where die wa.s cloctcil the most beautl- lii 1 . nnd most popular girl In the Who's Who of 1933. She served UK homecoming queen In the fall of 10K ami -U a member of the Mil Sienui Chi. a chapter of the scholarship so:. l eties of the south. Mr. Bird was elected the most tolenlcd man of the 1933 class >tt Hcndrlx ami was awarded Ihe he Osceola-Wilson contract dut, 0 which she I.eloiiBS. Mrs H U "ii luglicy of Athnta. who spent t?ic iclldays here with her parcnti Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Lovcwell «as 1 guest. Mrs. Roy Wilson was winner of high score prize. Mrs. Ruth Hole Carlysle am Miss I/mlsc Hale attended the wedding of their cousin, Mis, Mitry Frances Sawjcr. and Jiul Hopkc Hi Cnriilht-rsvlllc Thanks giving evening. • « • Mr. and Mr;. Win. King, route from Knoxvillc, Tenn' , i.linmi, Flu., where they will mak their home, spent Thanksglvin holidays here with Mrs. Kinj;' mother. Mrs. O'lver. and her : ter, Mrs, E. P. Fletcher. Mrs. Ki.. will be rememl'nrcd us Miss Niu Oliver, formerly of Osceoia. Among the Osccolans altendn the football game In Nashvill Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mi Hale Jackson, .7. B. Young, Myio and Willis Naming, Mr. and Mi A. W. Young and Mr. and Mr W. E. Dunlap Mr. and Mrs. WP4. McKlnno Felzcr o! Brevr.rrt, N. C., spei the week-end \vltn. Mr.-afnil Mi Charles Lcwra-icc, Jr., of Driver Mr. and Mrs. W. -A. Eudallc tn.d children, Mildred and Williai of Colletc G'.ove, Tenn., wer week-end gues's of Mr. and Mr K. N. Cromer. ' Mrs. Hugh Hughey and sma daughter, Sue Clny, returned their home In Atlanta. Ga., Frida after n visit of several days Osceoia with Mrs. Hughcy's pa. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Love well. ^MONDAY, DECEMBER -I, 1931! Faiiiily Reunion in the "lies!." Manner Jane Blackwell Bride of Jesse Webb Miss Mary Jane Blackwell, 22- vcar-old graduate of the I9iO clabs ot Blythcvilli; high cclioul, anil c II. Welji), -!8. well known former Blythc^ille man who now irMdes lit EarK:. Ark., were united in marriage Su'.day, November 2 Mr. Wi:bb and his bride are 'now at home on hL 1 ; farm neur Enrle l.nt will speiiil a iurl of th>;ir t:me In this c-'y where Mr. W'-'bb KF business Irilercsts. The bride, wiio is the daughter Cf the late Chrirl,^ lilackwell and Mis. Black^'eli. who now resides in Memphis, liv.'d here lor u num- l^er of years v Hcu her father was with Lee Wilson com- in • farming operations east pi - town. The family later mpved tf Blytl.ieville where they resided lor several ycuiv before inovinu to ts.\-_ Jesse 11.; 'Webb, now ol =M Memphis, obtained, a divorce fioa 1 . Mr. Webb on November 15 when n property settlement \vas msric. The divorce was granted in M™i- j.liis. Mr. iin-1 Mrs. Webb lived 1 •(]•!• for aboo five years before: moving to Mvijiuhte several years ;-t;o where Mr. Wt'L'b «;is in the ci! business, Lemon juice will remove nko- linc Main:* ir<;: i (he linger. ~ = f. r- - m JOV {Si IILIOUSNESS ip Sour stomack £3 S das and hendudko ';" =T / / ~-' : =4= (lift! Jo '-'•: ROXY LAST TIME TODAY-SiH^ MAT. and -Nile—lOc - 25c Separated for more than four months, Edna Best, the American actress, and her baby daughter, Sarah, were enjoying a family reunion all by themselves when this picture v.as taken on the lalicr's arrival in London. Miss Best, and her husband, Herbert Marshall, (he actor, left Iheir English home to fulfill a Hollywood contract when their btiby was but six weeks old. Hugh Robertson med.. for Midway Notes Mrs. J.' C. Junes nnrt son ha recovered ufter being ill with influenza for the pas'. week. T. .Mahan of the Gilchrist fanu is visiting In Misssspp His week. Reed Crowlcy has returned from Myrtle, Miss., where he bought a farm. He expects lo move there with his family soon. r.thlcllcs. He b. a mctjiber of the faculty and athletic coach for the Osceoia high school this year. Mr. and Mrs. Bird will make their home In Osceoia * • » Mr. nnd Mrs. H. M. .Fletcher entertained six friends ut a dinner party Thanksgiving evening. The giicsls were Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Masscnjjlll, ]>r. and Mrs. L. D. Massey and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Carpenter. • * • Mrs. L. Howton was hostess lo lUL-mbcrs of liir two table bridge club, entertaining besides .tho club members, Mrs. S. L. Gludlsh, Mrs. Ceo. Deere and Mrs. E. S. Driver. High score cluu prize was nwwdcd Mrs. C. L. Drnkc and Mrs. Deere received the E;:CEI prize. * • * Mrs. H. L. Driver cntertalnet members of hrr two table bridge club nnd gifesls, including Mrs J. H. Lovcwcll nnd her daughlcr Mrs. Hugh Hliuhey. Ihe latter ol Atlanta. Gil., Mrs. W. E. Johnson and Mrs. A. W. Uo'won. Mrs ille called on Mrs. Hill and baby Wednesday. Mrs. Ira .McClinlock was In Memphis Thursday to consult a :>hysiciiin. She is unimproved, following a paralytic stroke. The local chapter of the O. E. I reunion of Mrs. Evrard's family. S. will have a meeting Tuesday evening, 7:30 o'clock, to which visitors are Invited. • • • Business Women's Clab to SUdy Art, Mfss Velda Adcock, leader of the study of art In the Business and Professional Women's club, will present a ..prj^ram this evening, 7:30 o'clock, at .the Goff Hotel. These numbers will be given: 'The Life of Leonardo da Vinci" Mrs. J. G. Barnes; "His Works 1 ' Miss Minnie Matthews; "Life and Works of Del Sarta" Mrs. Howard Proctor: "Mlclwlangelo, the Culmination of thfr 15th Century" Mrs. Lewis Phillips; "The Summary of Florentine Paintings" Miss Selma, Lcntz; "Fra Filb'ppe Lippc" Miss Cora Leo Coleman. • 4 * Marriage Licenses Issued. Among the marriage licenses issued within.the past three days from the county court clerk of the. Blythevllle courthouse are to: Miss Mattle Sue' Holman. of Man^ ila, and Jessee Harris, of Lepanto; Miss F»y OUmore and Ernest Crahey, both of. Blytheville; Miss Stella Powers, aid Clyde Steel, both of here; Miss Onie Mur- c'augh,. of this city, and "ternny Odoin, of Luxora; Hiss. Mary Wilson and J. R. Slles, both of Blytheville; Miss Nettle Richards and Otho Mitchell, both of Flat Woods. Mo.; Miss Gladys Martin and Jack Keesce. octh of here; Miss Hassle 'Lincoln »nd Clyde Ware, . both of Manila • Joe Evrard; sdn of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Green of Blythe- Leen advanced. It Is expected that in compliance with it (he shopkeepers will take down their for- c'it'ii-h'tlcretl --nHiis, saving them carefully for the day when the banking authorities have their minds on something else and the signs can be DUt back again. While Nanki:iK wars on foreign l.\ngii»iic shop signs the Cunlon mcnlrlpnl. auth'Trities huve Inun- eil a campaign against foreign iiiilnin pens and "similar for- Bn cultural implements." Hcncc- rth fountain 'pens are barred >m civil service examinations in .nlon. The Chinese stuclcnls Ihc City of • Rams are • -pro- bileil from wrillns their cliar- ters other than with brushes. Nanking Bars Foreign Signs for Stores PEIPING. Ch.na (UP)—The city tflhers nt Nanking have banned shop signs and ether forms of out- roor advcrtlsiiiff. unless inscribed v.-Ith Chinese cnnfacters. Within :i month ; «!{iiibci!r:(1.<: bearing foreign lettering *nrc !.i be pulled down inA signs currying Chinese characters lire to S'e substltulcfl. No reason for the order has IIE.MORRIIOIDS (Piles) cured without the knife. Skin canctr, varicottd yeiiu, tonsils removed non-surgicaliy. DRS. NIES and NIES Oflice 514 Abin Phone 98 Marcus Eirard. has recovered two weeks illness from from a measles. William Young Tcnn.. spent the of Newbern, Thanksgiving his mother, Mrs. Trrhm : .'Miss Viola May Wilson Jimes Henry .Holman, both • of here, were , united • in marriage by tnc Rev. 3. M. Watson. holidays Eimlcc Young. •Mrs. Franklin Michle -had as Vier guest for the past week her daughter, Miss Bonnie Virginia Parrott. of Cleveland. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Henton lind as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scwcll, of Marvin, Ark. C. A. Gunrd and son. Charles H. Guard, and family, of Kqual- Doctors Give Creosote., for Dangerous Coughs For many years our best doctors have prescribed crccsote In some form (or coughs. coWs nnd bronchitis, knowing how dangerous it is to let them hang on. Creomulsion with creosote and six other highly Important medicinal elements, quickly and effectively stops all coughs and colds that otherwise might lead to serious trouble. Crcomulslon is powerful in Ihc treatment of all colds nnd couglis, yet it Is absolutely harmless and Is pleasant and easy to lake. Your own druggist guaranlces Creomulsion by refunding your money if you are not relieved after taking Creomulsion as directed. Beware, the cough or cold that "gs on.' Always keep Crcomul- Adv. andl ston on llani1 for 1lutatlt ^~^ Miss Maiinc Martin and Wade •R.-' fSimpson, .both • of -'0>11, were united in marriage by'justice C. C. Vtm. . t G. G. Caudill General Insanncc 106 N. Froadway Phone 197 Let Barnes Rebuild Your Hat FACTORY METHODS Insure you the best possible work We can restore much of the life and lustre to that old felt hat.'Our' methods arc identical with those used by leading,...hat manufacturers throughout the c o u n t r y. The cost is small. NU- WA CLEANERS Phone 180 Most icebergs come out of Ballin av. TOO LATF, TO CLASSIFY OST—Green sewing bag containing i>il!o\v slips and other mater- Is Saturday night. ifEWARD: is. Eddie B. David. Call 302. 4c kT Co<l liver oil which comes from uio. cod fish Is richer i:i vilamin A. tVan thnt whlcn comes iroiu the young fish. Qniifuxi SAHARA COAL E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. With\ CEORGE E. STONE PHILLIPS HOLMES FAY ^RAY NOVELTY REEL.. COMEDY Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. MAT. & N1TE—lOc - 25c ^ORETTA YOUNG, KICAK DO CORTEX. FRANCHO'l TONK, ANDY UKV1N10 UNA MEKKEI/ and WAR REN HYMER in IffiMGliT MARY Romantir - - Thrilling Antl I'lcniy of Laughs FOX NEWS-,-'COME!)/ UKAI1E A Raw MiEk 1*1 ionc 74 Craig's Dairy Last Time Today Matinee 2:30—lOc - 2fic Nij?ht 6:4f>—lOc - 351- SPICY story of ci maid' made a who" Seven Local Stores Combine in Launching This $10O 9 000 SALE NOW IN FULL SWING The Most Unusual Sales Event Ever Held in Arkansas FREE MERCHANDISE And A Al Thcitlrc FRIDAY, DEC. 22nd. ThlS BrolJ1> nf storcs wi " auclin n off lo (lie liiglml bidder S750 of line mcrclmnilisc iiicludine Groceries, 1'urkcys. Live I'igs, Culls. Toys, Clothing. C'anilics. Toilet Acresbories jml Oilier Valualilc Items. NO JIOXKV WI1-I' |!f; ACCEPTED KOK ANV ARTICLE Al'CTIO.XKl) Ol'r. i'llll payment must he" n::uto with (hrsn Auctinr Ccrtilicatc.s. An Auction Certificate will bij given FREE »*ilh every 25c. purchase at any ol IH-se stores from ne'ccmlicr 1, I'M'i lo Drcrm! cr 22, 1333, therefore when you arc the highest bidder jou really gel the arlic-lu FKEE OF CIIAKKE. You may use a.s many of llicsc Auction Ccrlifir.iles us you or your fricmli may have actuniulalccl ilurins this 5100,000 Sale. You may five these Certificates (u any porsnn you ilcsire. This src.il auction of S1SO worth of mcrflianiHsc wjll be held at Ihc TUT/, THLAT11E, Friday, December 22ml, 1933, in connection with a FllEE SHOW. -. • Here's the merchandise to. be auctioned at Our Big FREE Show al Ihc Ritz Theatre Friday, Dec. 22nd. 1 GRAND PRIZES Suite 10 iiAKKirr.s (i!ioci:itii-:s i:uch Biihkcl Contains All of This: € l.b. Sack Flour I l.b. I'nincs 1 Ituncli Celery 1 lUiv Snlt 2 l,bs. Beans 1 Sack Apiilr.s 1 BUTL-II drapes 1 Box K.iisins I i.b. Collcc 1 Can Corn 1 Ijirge O.in Cream 1 Ro\ S|iaj-hrlll 1 Ro.v C.irn H.ikcs i l!o\ O.llnir.il 1 Can '} cmatovs 1 Can Turk & llc.-iiis 2 Live rigs .':., .-.". ^ 2 Gccbc v "i" 2 Kopsfcis '; •.••' G Turxcys . ' •'-'.' 2 Ducks • v» 4 Hams •1 2l-lb. Sacks Ilnur 2 .lien's Horsehidc {.oals 2 lidics 1 Silk Gowns 2 . Jict's Office Coals 1 4 ' Bw^cs ^^itman's Candy lOU.ib. Boxesi Busy Bee Candy 2.'ErHi.:in riris Toilet Sets 2 SI Mai:lcurc Sols £ •t \YaUi «n Toilet Srjs ''' 2 S j : Knd i Tickets ; 3 licJiullfnl Toilet Sets 2 Do/. {.<it CI:vis Tuiiililcr^ 2 :« Piece Sols DMics 2 LitAlncl Etoaslcrs 2 C Icnun Lamps 2 Sets Auto Scat Covers R I!n\rs Shotgun Shclts 2 Cjcntiiio Leather 1'oolb.lils 2 Hailcs Alllo Ilc.llcrj 2 Childn'ii's Dressers 2 Men's Suede Jackets 2 Ladles' Flannel Kotjcs 2 Men's Beacon Kohcs 2 Bo\cs iliscd Candies 2 Men's Tic Sets Z neaudful Dolls 2 C' aster Wagons 2 I'lay Tmrks 2 Llcclric Irons 2 Double Boilers ( Your Aurtiun liutks Willi Kach 'i~\t I'ucrhiisc ;it '1'hcsc Stores Hubbard. Furniture Co. National Brokerage Co. McMullins Cash Grocery Kirby Drug Stores Hubbard Hardware Co< Franklin Store REMIv.MHEK: SAI.H STARTS TODAY! F ro.i ife p'ox "Ocr COIMI b/ATIILA OSBOK NEWS - - COMEDY Tuesday - Weds. Mai. 2:30, 10-25c Nile (!:••!5, l(l-35c IT'S THK LADIES' TUKN TO GET EXCITED NO\V! Mti't M A X HAKR, I h c screen's n e w "K" man, in ;i two-listed love s I »;r y you'll never forget ! jsiffi^ NKWS- -COMKDY I'rogr.-im.s Uroad'casl l);ii!y Over KI.CN at 12;.10

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