FAGB ffWO MONDAY. DECEMBER 18 lives In BlyllHwille and Osceola, Graham wlio Is a patient nt the Gai rell. Interment wns at tin- io- returned to her home in Little Methodist hospital, nicy were ac- companled by Mre. Charles Scott wlio had s|ienl a few clays here :<« Jcttlc Driver. Nelson and George Kgg a J)ay Knilcd in Jail the guest of relatives and friends. Basil Segraves arrived Saturday Alvin Wimdcrllch returned Fri- UOISE. Idaho (Ui'J-An ens' :i from Faycttcvllle where they at- day after a business trip to Pick- day sent James Waller to j;ill for tend the Univcmty of Arkansas, 30 days. He allegedly stole 30 .Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS f&&. Doyle ."Henderson entertaining "Young Matrons Bridge club. Tuesday Co-ilract club, Mrs. \V. D,. Chamblin, ,<r., hostess. Jphilathea 'Sunday, school .class, Ilpt Baptist, church, Miss Rebecca Gilli-splc l'pstc-ss, 7:30 P. M. -.Eastern Star election of offi- rtrs, 7:30 p. in. I»: THURSDAY'S EVENTS -JSible Study, Church of Christ, meeting with 'Mrs. Hurley Freeman. To Have Phy ''Students of the School of (he Immaculate Conception Dre- writ a Christmas. play this cvc- fflSig, 8 o'clock, at, the social hall. '3herc was No-Room In the Inn" is-thc title. , . • * * ~' netl-Camp. „.....-jncomeiit hns been made of Ms'' marriage o't Miss Etliicl Camp ofld Elton Barnett, botli. of. Dell. The Rev. S. M. Watson performed the ceremony December 11. • * * Calvcrt.Ross. Miss Ruth Rcss and Ivan Cal- u-rt, both ot tills city, were united in marriage hy the Rev. S, M Watson DeccirLiM 1 9. » • * Whayne-Hubbard. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Alice Hubbard and Earle Whayne, both oi Marked Tree. JiKllce Oscar Alexander performed the ceremony. Memphis for a week. She will be accompanied home Saturday by Mr. Old who will E|)ond Christmas here. Misses Mnrgnrol, Keck and 1'ca- Ky McKcc), wiio iittemi Umli'ii- wood college at St. Charle.s, Mo., have arrived to spend the holidays with their families. The condition ot R II. Mason, who is seriously 111 nt the Memphis liapttst hospital, became worse yesterday. Mrs. Chester Nabers and her brother, George Moore, left today noon for Tui>elo, Miss., Itemise of the critical illness f their mother, Cecil Hale, of Marion, Ark., is spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hale. He [)lans (o return tomorrow. Jack Finley Robinson, who nt- tcnds University of Arkansas, luif arrived for the holidays. Mrs. M. J. Durgc, mother of Mrs Herman Osborne. who Is critically 111 at Ncltlcton, Ark., is no bcltci loclay. Mrs. Osborne la with her. Lelnnan GilLscpie underwent i minor operation at the Blythcvllli hospital yesterday for an Infcc tlon resulting from a Ijnll, is rest ing very well. He will probably be confined to his bed for sevcra weeks. - Society Osceola — Personal The wcddinii of Miss Eva Ward dangler of Mr. J. ~E. .(Miss Mary' £1:0 Stalllngs nnt Clyde Crosnoc. lx>tli of Memphis were iir.itcrt in marriage here will the Rev. J. J. Thompson, pastor of the Church of the Immunilate QtniceiJtkm, perfonntng the ritual v : ' « • * Hamilton-TodJ. Announcement has been imule of the marriage of Miss Jeffle Mao Todd, of • Lexington, Tenn., nnrt V. D. Hamilton, of Holland, Mo. The ceremony was performed December 7 by. the Kev. S. M. Watson. .-• • • • • -^ CliiMs.robb. Mrs. Elvcm Cobb. of Luxoia. and-,Thomas- A. Ohilds, of this city,- were'united in marriage December 6 by the 'Rev. S. M. Watson. CWA Work on Luxora Schools Is Underway LUXORA, Ark.—Work has begun on ft CWA project, which consists of repairing the local school building and gymnasium, Improvement of the school campus, and repair of the negro school building. The work has been started on tho campus and repair of the buildings will be done during the holidays. .lontagne of O.sceola, and Mr. H. 1'. Dlllahimly, son of Mr. and VIrs. J. S. Dithhunty of Blythc- vllle, was iiuietly solemnlied at he bride's ho.-ne at 12:30 p.m. Sunday. The Bcv. Marsh M. Callaway,' I'rosbylerian minister or Blythe- villc, performed the ring ccre- ininy before fin Improvised nllar banked with ferns and smllax on v.'hich glowed white tHjjcrs and \vhich was flanked Ith tall baskets' of chrysanthemums. The bride \icrr n swagger suit of browp wool u-llli beaver collar, with imitchln? hat nnd ttccesso- ilcs. Her flowrs were a shoulder bouquet ot nn orchid wltn lilies of the v.-.llcy. Her sister, Miss Josc-phlnr> Montague, »-KS nuild of honor. She wore an afternoon dress of green crepe R'nd !er flow-era were red roses with '"les of the valley. The liiidc w.-f. given in riiarn. e by her father, J. E.'.Monta. c, nnri tlie groom wns attended jy Hugh .Ornig o! Osceola as best man. . . Mr. and Mrs Dillahunty left immediately fo: a week's stay In Little Rock, Ho 1 , Springs and Mc- na, after which they will be at nnme In Osceolr, where Mr. Dil- ItthunVy Is -deputy county tax assessor. Out s of town gucsU included Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 8. Dillahunty of Bly- thcvilh), parents of the groom, anil his sisters, Ml^ws Mary Catherine and Ruth 'Dillahunty, Mrs. J, T. Ivy of jMkson, Tenn., 'the bride's q. J. f.unt, and Mr. and Pearsort of Ends a Cold SOONER Mostly Personal Mrs: Hannan Taylor and daugh- tej, : Susan,- have returned from a visit in *Jyo|)burg, Tenn., ns fuests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lee. Mr. and Mrs. W. I,. Stegall, of Jackson, Tenn.,,'nnd Mr. Alexander and . Mrs. McNatt, of Jack- ton, Miss., were guests of Mrs. W. M. Taylor:-and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Minyard Sunday enronle to St. Louis. • Mr. andvMrs! .Walker H. 'Baker and Miss- Anita Stracke spent Saturday in Memphis. E. M. Terry and fln'nghlcr, -Miss Virginia, and Mrs. .Hannan Taylor arc -sending; today ' in Memphis. Mrs. L. E. Old jr.. has gone to REWARD For return nt fcnuta iiolnter, lirown and nliitr. Has slitM limp. Notify Jim Crat- lon, c ,'c Orafton (;o. ilKMORr.llOIUS (Piles) cur. rd ulthnut the knife. Vnri- coseil voll 1 removed n on- surgically. I)KS. NIKS nnd NIES OITice 51S Main PIlollc 9!i "TC X JL we sent our clothes to Barnes' NuWa Cleaners we know they'd come back *i§hl — if we only had clothes!" Mrs. 3. is. BrMJtoa Bragg has haid as her gutiit 'for several days hlrs William 'Letrj 1 , remembered here !>s 'the former MISE Barbara HolIU 01 Little Rook Xlrs. I««ry, wlio with her husband Is returning frotn two years residence 'in the South American city of Bogota. Colombia, vlllmakc l:c'r home in Ntw York city. Slie will go eut alter the Christmas holidays lyhlrti she Is spending »'Ith relatives ercl friends in tit- tle- Rock. WIillc here she was entertained at a number of informal parties. Mrs. Frank Williams, who ac- (x.mpanicd "Jin: •. Brags to Mem- pHls to niee't hei guest Thursday cventtig, entertnlned them at a flinner at r the Clartdge hdtel. by Mi-s. Ben Butler, Mrs tf \j, Mre. C. B. Jrlyer, Mre. Brcgg »nd : were guestis of HJr. »nd Mrs. Jlalc Jackion at luncheon Friday. Mrs. .awrance entertained til bridge Saturday afternoon and Mrs. Driver Saturday evening, each In compliment to Mrs. Lcary, wlio returned to Litlle 'Rock Sunday, accompanied by Mre. Bragg, who ; returning toiay. Prizes at Mrs. Lowrancc's cparty were won by Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Driver. Mrp. Leary was pre. sented a guest favor. Sixteen tuests enjoyed Mrs. Lowrance's hospltalife'. Mrs. Driver entertained twelve lestfi with Mrs. R. S. Wilson Jr. and Mrs. Ben Gutlcr winning high score prizes. The honoree was presented a gift. Mrs. 0. E. SuMcnger entertained twenty gu»sls at bridge Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. H. Lovcwcll was uinner -of high score prize! Mrs. W. W. Prcwitt won second afgh score and Mrs. Ed L. Qulnn cut consolation favor. Mrs. Jesse was an -f>ut of town guest: and will spend the Christmas ^olidays in Osceola with their families. Charles CoHnan went to Little Hock Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charle.s T. Coleman. Remaining for the cotton acreage reduction mcclins there Monday, he will return Monday night. Others attending the cotton acreage I eduction meeting arc Russell Bowcn of L'IXGIH, n. c. Branch ot rwari Point and Stanley D, Carpenter of Os;eola. = Luxora Society — Personal Mrs. Dean McClmkin is ill nt her home here with scarlet fever. Jane McKlnneq, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Wise, is confined to her home with illness. Dr. nnd Mrs. E. R. nogan attended a duck supper given by tho Blythe,vlllc; Masonic ' lodge Friday evening. J,frs. R. S. Wilson Jr., Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. W. R. Henderson fn$ Mrs. James D Driver joined Miss Virginia Bleckwood of : Littl? Rot>k.«t loncheon at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Hate Jackson Wed: nesdmy. Miss Black*ood, who has inadt «n '«xten<Jc<! visit with Announcement of the wedding of Miss Charlie Scott and Mr. Claude Locke, which occurred November 21, at Hernamlo. Miss., has just been made by the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott of Memphis. Mrs. Ix>cke has made her home in Memphis for the past four years.but formerly lived in Luxora. She was educated at Crescent. college. Eureka ' Springs Ark. .Mr. -lake Is employed by the National .' Insurance company at Memphis, Vhfere 'the young couple will 'make: their home. 1 • • r* . • .• Mrs..-Ra'y 'Graham and daughters, •. Meredim . and . Olivia, spen SatinSi'a'y,'' In', Memphis with UTr fro ma fanner, taking one ;it a CWA Work for Twenty Luxora Women Approved LUXORA, Ark. — A project for :he employment of 20 Luxora women was approved Friday by W. K. Dyess, slate CWA director. The unit will be under the supervision of Miss Mabcllc Cooke, who will have as assistant Miss Floy Voll- TIPT, -office foreman: Mrs. Howard Bcweri, instructor in sewing, and Mrs. Ora Hill, instructor in quilt- tog. Work began today. Headquarters arc In the Thompson building. Servkes Held at Luxora for Mrs. Birdie Permenter LtTXORA. Ark.— Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon sit the Methodist church by Rev. •3. R. Nelson for Mrs. Birdie Onr- *e'tt 'Permenter who .riic'd. at the . residence near here Satnr- ;day. She is survived by her husband, Ben Permenter, her father. Jim Oarrett, a sister, Mrs. Walter HOT! OuutLft&d SAHARA COAL E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. V) SHIP by EXPRESS Hrllvrry unfl Pirk Up Scrvitf.- Clirislmns tve A: ClirUlm:i»- Day. Railway Express Agency Telephone X oacmld a wear a in this andhe sure the GIFT you pick will PLEASE W/K "hand-pickwl" overy item of Christnuis mcrchft'sifiisc that came into Uiis stove. "Without a single exception, 'the stock 'you'll find licrc lives up to a man's idens about style and quality, comfort, practicality, and value. You could dnsh in, select. Snj' 'article at random, and Ijc dead-ccrlain that it will be worn with sipprecialion and pride. Hut we're .showinu so many new, varied, colorful things that it will be fun to shop the entire store. So come early—and ofter. GIFTS FOR MEN Interwoven Euro and Manhattan -- 'Silk HOSIERY SHIRTS MUFFLERS 35c to 81 -SU5 to.$2.50 '\ 81 lo §4 \* NECKWEAR Gladstone Hags G1X)VES SI lo 82.50 $12.50—§20 $1.50;to '$3.50 BELT SETS Lounge Robes . PAJAMAS 31.50 to 83.50 $5 to $22.50 $U,vt Pcrmenter,' and a brother, Willie NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. From Christmas night on, let someone enjoy the luxurious comfort •anil radiant health that a Beauty vest may > brine. It's a lovely sift—covered • in ' beautiful paste! damask. Ws •a (.hough I fill gift—yio'dinjj years of more rehixinjj KU;I.:|I. A"<1 it's an economical jjil't—when <jx|ire.s.sed in. its years of comfort. our Social ierms •• Pay out of Income BeUveen now and -'Christmas, we'll you'll hardly notice U--PIII. lieautyrcst deliver 'a Bcantyrest tn your home for „ „ . * . . . only- a- small cash dep::sil. Weekly or fiox s l inn e s ma ^ 1)C had monthly ^aymciits be so small terms. Beautyrest Box Springs lo Mulch §39.50 Hubbard Furniture Co.
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