PAGE.TVK?' - BLYTHEVILLE (ARK;) COURIER'NEWS Social Calendar ' TUESDAY'S EVENTS . : Yovmg Matrons club meets wltli Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Wednesday '. club meets with Mrs. Fnmswcflh Black. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon club inecls with Mrs. C. \V. AfTllck. Thursday Contract club meets with Mrs. .C. E. Blakemoie. . Thursday Bridge Club meets with Mrs. 11. A, Taylor. East St. -Louis Couple Married Here Clirislmas The • wedding o! ' Miss Idalene Sadler and Frank -"Rutlcdge,. both of. East St. Louis,. III., took- plnce at 2:30 .o'clock Christmas afternoon at Ihe noinc of the bride's aunt, Mrs, T. A. Crockett al Yar- )>ro. The-Rev'. A. W. Hnrris performed tric'cbijefony before an a! tar of evergreens. Mr. and. .-Mrs. Charles Yarbro attended tnem and Miss Alice Marie Ross : "furtiisliccl the > nuptial music... . i The., bride' nnd her attendant were both dresszd in bine and wore pink: rose.bmi corsages. A supper \vas served after tlic ceremony, to those, present: Mr and Mrs R C Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Clib EtchiEon, Mrs. Zoa II -mpson Mr and Mrs. Aubrey r e Jim Asli and Mr ani Mis. and Mrs. Rulledge s))cnt t urght '-with '-Mr.', and Mis. U ..it and left; yesterday inorn- m 101 Ea«t St Louis where they will make their home. * * * Have Dance Al Woman's Club Misses Jane McAdnms and Anita Stracke entertained with dance at the Woman's club Christ- mas'night, Miss Stnickc received with' : George Grear and Miss McAdams with Daniel Boone, Mrs Louise Slracke and Mrs. Lucy McAdams received with them. Approximately 125 guests attended the party. Among the out of town guests were Miss Mary Josephine Grafton of Conway, • housegucst of Mrs S. P. Graf ton. Miss Betty Proc- toi of Little. :Rdck, liovjseeuest ot Miss -Winifred Crawford, Rene George of Greenwood. Miss., guest of Miss , lEtiith George, and James Guard. Mr. and Mrs. Frilzius F-^'-iIr-. WUi Dinner V'! A ..three C0i:r.-.e tUnntr v,-as served at a. banquet Utt.'t \\hw.h Iiao" a centerpiece of evergreens and peppermint sticks from which ran streamers to the place curds. Red tapers were at each end of the table. . The -out of town gucsU were Mrs. Mamie lYitElns and Mrs Roberta Harm, of Memphis;- Mr and'.Mrs.' Charla; Frlty.lus of West Virginia; Mr. nnd Mrs. Chris Tcmpkins an(1 children, Chris Jr and Marion, of Burdette; and Mrs.-..Settle Muilins ; of Macon Miss., u. w. Mullins and daughter, Beulah and A. R. Reagan George Hale, of Sikcslon, guest oi were also guests. Hold open ;:ousc; On -Christmas nay Christmas was observed here with "open house"-at the homes of Mr. nnd Mrs. A.' Conway and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little The home of Mr nnd Mrs. Conway was open from four [6 eight o'clock. Toe rooms were brilliantly decorated rvilh poimetliss and holly On the dining table \vas a centerpiece of red roses. Mrs. William Lawshc and Mrs Godfrey White presided at Ihe punch bowls and Mrs. A. G. Little, Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mrs. C. W Af- fiick, Mrs. c. s. Stevens, Mrs il H. .JHoiiehins, Mrs. Harry Kirby Mrs E. F. Fry and Mrs. "Harry W.' ; Haines assisted Mrs. Coira-hy in serving. Approximately 150 CU ests were served hors d'ceuvres, cookies; ess no-* and punch. Mr. and Mrs. Llltle held open house from :o until 12 o'clock yesterday morning. About - 50 people f'-r? served egg nog in the rooms which were decorated with poin- . Eetlias and other Yuletide orna- menu. • v eck and Fiance "•••"vred at Dinner Varty Mr. and Mrs. L W. Walters gave a dinner party Just nljht In honor of their niece, Miss Margaret Keck and D=n SiViitli. who will be married tonight at 7 o'clock at the .-*•' Presbyterian Church. \ three course duck dinner ,..., ' it fl o'clock at small tabl;s. '.aus'e was decorated for - -!.i:.»s while wedding bjll place ive.re used. " FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia | - • COf«. 1917 BrNEASEBVICC. INC, 1 M RIO U- 6. MI. CFI\—— .. , .jj Bits of Newt Mortly MONDAY, DECEMBER . 27, 103? Reminiscent Of Spanish Modes Evening Gown Has Distinction Ocelot Swagger And Fin- Cap "I «nt everything I asked for except tlic fur coat acid (lie pony and the ra- ilio. lint! micss the family wanted to leave those (or my birthday," Elaine's Neckpiece Warms Her Ankles Osceola Society — Personal It >I»vc H.ibv Girl Mr. ami Mrs. W. J. Driver .lr.. ore the iiflrenU of a baby girl born at their honiu on Christinas Eve morning. She weighs six pounds and has not been nnmcfl. • * •• Attends brother's Funeral Word wtis received here yesterday ••"•. frtomls cC Mr. and Mrs. J. S. llcCnnls notifying them of the death of Dr. II. u. Donaldson oi Allanla, Ga. t brother of Mrs. Me-. Cauls. Mrs. McCanks-WAS; called to Atlanta last week on account hl= fo,-i<iv.s i l!^^-: r , flnrl 'v'* 1 " '-n; \VBS.hsill i't'i 1 'PS. V'Mivi; 1 '. /-llllfi' j ~-!tvlce iiir D''. Dotmlflson were licit! In Atlanta yesterday. Mrs. McCanW n'ill remain until Sunday. Dave Young drove to Memphis .Thursday afternoon to meet his son, Billlc Young, D. E. Mcars, and Mitchell Moore, all of whom were returning from Mississippi Heights Academy, Blue 'Mountain, lor the holidays. | Jake Counts is In Dallas, Tex., , this week on business. I ' Mr. and Mrs. John R. Miller returned last night from Dyersburg, Tenn., where they spent the holidays with their daughter, Mrs. J. i Paul Balrd nnd Dr. Balrd. Mrs. Uoscoe Crafton and chll tlrcn went to Hcber Springs Frl day. They will visit relatives there and Little Rock for a week. 'Mr. and Mr)?. L. A. Moore, of North Little Rflck, are vMting Mrs. Thompson's parents, Mr. anc Mrs. J. E. Orecn, for a week. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson went to Kelser Friday -night- to visit Mrs. Thompson's mother, Mrs. R. c. Bruce. Saturday after- nocn, nccompatiifd by Mr. acid Mrs. Lloyd Bruce and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bruce, they went to Memphis. The party returned lasl night. Mrii. Eddie Regenold and Mrs Tom Phillips are in Memphis today. Mrs. Hunter Sljns went to Mos cow, Tenn., today to visit he mother. Mrs. C. H. Rich, until the latter part of the week. Mr. ahd Mrs. Ellis Snipes and Marlon Gray, all ot Memphis, visited here over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Snipes visited Mrs. 3nlpcs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Chambers, and Mr. Gray visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray. Mrs. Kathleen Thomas, who Is wording In Marion, spent Christmas w.'a Mrs. W. W. Hawkins. Billy Gray Boston, of Tyler, Is spending the holidays with his lunt and uncle, r»Tr. und Mrs, C. M. Gray. Mr. ami Mis. Max Michelson and sons, Knrold and Leonard, of Dccatnr. Ala., loft for their home this morning after visiting Mr. ind Mrs. Snm Flornmn for two Other visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Florman over the' week end' Included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sil- verblntt and daughter. Elizabeth, of Trenton, Tenn.. Dave Sllvcr- >>;iUt and son, Billy, of Osceola, , Jack Florman of Humboldt, Tenn. Mrs. C. R. nine and daughter Virginia/- and Betty Benson, all of Forrest City; Mrs. Al Bnllcy of Greenwood, Miss., and Mrs. Jlm- nic nine of Jackson. Miss., were week end guests of Mrs. Hcischcl Bobo. Bill Croivo, who is attending "liitheast Missouri Teachers' Col- Bright blue moire and matching tulle are combined in this romantic 'evening gown by Mninboclier. The full skirt is faintly reminiscent of Spanish modes, and a huce shaded poppy finishes the fitted, corselet bodice. The - United oats of arms Stales army put, / into official use in I HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPH MADE NOW Our ye»rs o[ experience 'ind lew L'liarte nuke this an KVEBV DAV BARGAIN SOUTHWORTH Over Jue Isaacs' EITZfr Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. Last Time Today '52nd STREET' with Ian Hunter, Put Patterson, Kenny' Baker, Leo &"Sid' Silvers. Also Paramount News, Comedy & EDGAR BEHGEN * CHARLEV McCARTHJf In "Africa Speaks English." ^ Admission r^aiuicc iac & 26c Admission Night 16c & Stic Stained glass paillettes in an all-.Equally smart for town and coun over design over bliftk tulle <lis-(lvy is this ocelot swagger, with linguist! Maijibocher's effective i interesting shoulders and cone- evening gown. which several • shaped pockets placed high at the smart, women have bought. A i waistline. The matching fur cap •Ample black naliu ribbon marks is a pertly modified version of the waistline. | the Scotch cap. LOOKS n JIMS Fashion Crearors Busy Interpreting Next Season's Modes :l 1!Y ItOSETTK'HAKGRUVE NKA Service Slaft Correspondent lO PARlS.-\Vhilc women the work}' ftyer • have been busy; waking «i: Demonstration Club News Notes Tlic Ekron Home Demonstra- Uon Club met Tuesday for Its regular monthly meeting: when ten members were present. The meet- Ing was called to order by Mrs. O. H. Rcdford. president. Christmas music was played • and songs were sung. In the business meeting, plans were made for the January meeting to he held January 18. when Mrs. Hamp Austin and Mrs. Alfortl will serve as hostesses. A report of the County council Christmas party was given by Mrs. Mabel Wallace, Mrs. Vela Duncan, and Mrs. Pauline Stom In Ihe social hour games were played and gills exchanged by passing them around the circle until the music stopped. The club presented the president, Mrs. Redford, wilh a gift of towels aurt bath cloths. The canning kitchen, where the meeting was held, wns decorated with Christmas roping land a beautiful Christmas tree. John Barrymore certainly does j At lhc closc of Ulc "'-Cling a right by his wife. Jusl look at I' 1 " 10 lunch and ctflce were scrv- tUe silver fox that drips from the 1 M| -' shoulders of Elaine Barrie, tiis | third Mrs. Barrymore, as she arrives in New York for the holidays. Circling her neck, Hie luxurious Jur scarf reaches to hor ankles. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White and children vlsllcd Mrs. While's •nether. Mrs. Mary Jones, in Para- : gonld Clirlslinnx. W. O. Anthony Jr.. of Chtcaco, formerly of here, is visiting Mr i'l Mrs. o. W. Ramey. Among those who attended a Christmas Eve dance : at Osceola were Misses Mildred Mo=re imo- Bcne Forbes, Betty McCutdicn. Sara Lit McCutchen. Sarah Jo Little, Edith Edds, Jenny Wren Dllla- hunty, Mary Prances Ociirin and Jean Stacy and Jimmy Terry Jimmy Edwards, George Scott. John McDowell. George Dlllalnmty BUI Young, George Cross. Sanford Howard and Billy Boone. Howard and Hal Aloorc. Dick Tiplon, Faris McCnlla and James Guard. Mfss Bab Bond, of Marion visiting Miss Margaret Shaver.' Miss Bculnh Browning of Flint Mich., Is visiting her aunt. Mrs J M. Murray, of this city, and her mother, Mrs. Edgar Brown, at Stcele, ghc \vlll be here a month.' P. iVf. Hurst and sons, o-fti aTl Marion, arc visiting relatives In Legion, Tex. They will return the first of the year. Virgil Fisher, who underwent a major operation In the Memphis Methodist hospital several weeks ago, arrived here Thursday to visit relatives over Christmas and re- tiirntxl to the hospital yesterday for further treatment. Major Hurst Is visiting his sister fn San Antonio, -Tex. He will return the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. T. Nt. Heaton spent Christmas in .Paragould Molynenx'r, collection oilers, as teual, fashions that are essen- "ladylikc," easy to wear and elegant. Colors are sober, and wliile black still occupies first place in formal wear, H Is alternated, by dark srcens. a reddish brown the color of eld port, that iindefinable. shade known as eggplant and some lighter shades of t'eige, including putty. Daytime Necklines High ' The all-black dress is always relieved by a touch of color and MOlyncux's latest idea is to complete it by a cobra! printed silk rcarf in place of a waistbelt, or by a lame sash for dress-up occasions. Finely-woven woolens and .•silk ci'epc are made up into simple little frccks that continue lo show a high neckline, long, plain sleeves and skirts which Feature a hint of ((illness compared .with the pen- c.il-slim silhDiicllc of the August collection. Pressed pleats or sunray pleated gores break the mono- Ipny of these skirts in vertical lines. > Suits are equally simple wilh ikirU pleated und jackets short rntl jaunty, fitted through the vfalstllne nnO nearly all finished vfith collar-, and revcrs in fur. Extremes for Evening Aileinoon and sports coaU cither liaiiE loosely from the ihculdcrs and slion- a couple inches of the frock or skirt or else Ihpy arc filled and, imrow. .Flares have disappeared. 'Hie tubular, almost hobble cvs- ning gown Fhsres Favors v.ith tlic flisjhtest hint of fullness is introduced low down at the buck. Scarf draperies starting from Urn decollete and carried to the back of the waistline whore they form detached panel trains are featured, and there arc some draperies reminiscent of the bustle but treated In a modern innnner. The- pictnre^ gown acquires width in n very gradual fashion from Just beioiv the hlpline and is inclined to be less voluminous than those of three niontlis ago; These arc shown in soft satin, in moire ottoman and in velvet. Dccollelcs are generous but far ( lcrs .-reveallnir than with other creatprs.xjJiiuier gowns arc'• either .lonK-sle8Ve'd''."fi'r!''""eIsa'~7Eli6'w r 'Milgh fHcis' Vhich leave the. shoulders r.r,Ts. Skirts arc lonj. almost shoe-tip InnstU and many end. in short trains. Suits Are Fur-Trimmed Paquiu's new evening gowns are divided between the glanwr- ous "infanta" dress with stiffened, oltcn undulating hip-yoke onto which la gulhercd a full skirt, and the more modern draped skirt with fullness • concentrated in front, leaving the back perfectly straight.' The tubular, pencil-slim line Is present in this collection in the form of a black net dress with a petal-shaped ruche made of countless layers of the net forming a knee-high flounce. Bodices are fitled but (lecollotcs are moderate, at any rate h, front. Black, purple and carbon blue chiffon fashion easy-to-wear dresses with flowing or pleated skirts and softly draped. 1 bodices. Suits and coats, for: which the house of Paqtiin is renowned, are youthful, gay in color and always trimmed with fur. Black satin is not only featured for evening wear hut idso for youthful afternoon . dresses \'which raly en intricate decorative W .ichieved by fins handwork such ;u shirring, pmtucking or, in £on>h instances, the addition of transparent lace or net yokes ana sleeve bands for their touch ot formality. All these dresses are cut On simple lines, with skirls which preserve the straight line even when a gathered front pa:\et is introduced. White Canada plum blossoms turn pink when they fade. COLD CATCHERS THANKS, DEAR THAT'S WHAT 'IT TAKES TO RELIEVE'A HEAD COLD, ALL RIGHT EVEN BETTER, DARLING, IT HELPS FREViNTALOT OF COLDS-JUST USE IT IN TIME ARE DOING NOW T HIS specialized medication—Vicks Va-tro-nol— is expressly designed for the nose and upper throat, \vlicre most colds begin—and grow. Used in time—nt the first sneeze or sniffle or irritation in the nose—it helps to lire- mil many colds, or to throw off head colds in (heir early stages. Even when your head is all clogged up from a cold, Va-tro-nol brings comforting relief—lets you breathe again! VICKS VA-TRO-NOL Krif !: llamlj... Vic ilEarlr Mi-, and Mrs. W. if Glover were romantic picture frock. The in Louoke Christmas. 'mer M! of the gussts were from Ely- j Mr, and Mrs, Whit Goodman, of u-hleh Include 1 , Stuhicr of Mollrfc, lit are, from out of Biif Gooseberries Forecast EEATFLE (OP) — Dean Hugo W. WlnKenwerder of the Unlver-' sity of Washington planted a' gftisebcrry bush Imported from the I Sifkiyou mountain country and hopes for gooseberries the size of ping-pcng balls. Pugct Bounct soil was expected to Inflate the berries. For crispier, tastier fried foods HuMKo The, Hemorrhoids-Piles CURKD WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTEED S«fe, sure »nd with k»« ttocfnilort. All dlsc.-^« anil conditions of n«r««8 origin, foot ailments and skin c»ncert lre«ed and enrcd at onr cllnle. DRS. NIES & NIES . Ostcopathle GiRLS! FHROLI NOW' Modern Heavily School Classes SUK- ing Jar.. 3rd. Teaching ail phases of Meanly Culture and meeting all requirements for licensed operators ni Arkansas and Missouri. '. Modern Equipment-Competent Instructors Special Courses for Yciinrr .jj cjl and Barbers Low Enroltmenl Fee For full details call at the Eagle School of Beauty Culture Cooler Blrlg,, 2nd & Waln'tif Illylhevillc, Ark. WINNING HANDS >J^ Sod hands Irial cJo'nol riido limidly beneath ihe bridge table.•:.While hands lhat suggest keyboards ralher lhari washboards "*"•*'• ( WINNING HANDS -Ihey! do not have lhat ."once-a- 1 week-iri-the-wash-rub- ' ' .Our servfcefco'siing only a lillle more ihan home- washing, frees a woman from the toil thai roughens, 1 reddens and wrinkles hands. LAUNDRY-CLEANERS TUESDAY ]A polite romantic comedy I In which the girl socks thit man inlhsey-Jl IO tMS. DittnJ t> AllrtJ SsnrrV. 1 t r £J»a«f ITsufnsn. Scron ftt, If' Also Selected Shorts. Ailniissiuu Matinee lOc <fe 26o Ailmission Night 16c & 36c Coniinj Soon: VOGUES OF 1338 DAMSEL IN' DISTRESS TOVAKICH ROXY Admission Always 10o i Z«o Show c vc ry night. Mallners fit- day, Saturday & Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees start "15 p.m. Saturday Co; minions showing from 1 to 11:,(fl p.m. Night shows start 6:15 p.m.. Last Time Today 'FIRST LADY' with Kaj- 1'Vancis & Preston Foster. Also Fox News <£ Comedy. Tue. - Wed. - Thur. PAL NIGHTS! 1 Adults Arlmittca for Trice of 1 TERROL FLYNH [THE PERFECT SPECIMEN Also Scl«ct«rt Sliorts.
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