FACT rwo BLYTHEVILLB, (ABK.) COUMBB man Fir-it W«Hin» Jn 3S Years RAID ROAD FLAT, Cal. (UP) — Wedding bells rani; for the first WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20. 3933 Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Bible Study, Church of Chris!, mating with Mrs. Hurley Freeman, Armorcl P. T A., 2 p.m. Mmes. Oiiester Ca Id well, w. J. Wunderlich, John Meyers and Mail Monachal! jr., entertaining Fidells . Sunday school class, First- Baptist church, at home oS Mrs. Monaghan, 7:30 pjii. Yarbro woman's missionary society meeting with Mrs. starling Bunch. "• SATURDAY'S KVENTS Christmas tree and program at FiiBt Methodist church, 7 p.m. Second Baptist W.-;M. S. Has Party Mrs. J. D. Broker mid Mrs. Ma>vln Lane entertained the woman's missionary society of Hie Second Baptist church Monday afternoon' at the home of Mrs. Marvin; Lane for a Christmas parly. After a short devotional nnd business meeting ",there, vvns--n so- cU) .hoiuvSarits Claus visited the psjrty ; and .distributee) :• gifts, with Mrs.'iesllc Moore, president of the grtup, receivingi a •. shower of hand- kejchiefs from .the other members. The prettily trimmed tree nnd other red and green decorations adorned the house, Reffxshmehts were; served to the ladles .-including -Mrs. M. Queen and -Jtrs. 'c.'.B. Bagwell. . " ' « , « FUns Being Computed F«r Dancing Party at Club. Members ot Blythevllle's younger set, including the boys and Blrls home from school for the liolidays. are anticipating with much Interest the informal dancing p.-irty to be given by Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Leech on Thursday, December 28, at.'the'.country club for Miss Pegyy McKeel, who is home from Liuden- H'dod college, St. Charles, Mo., for live holidays. No Invitations have yet been is- su^d but tlie list-will include some out,of .town guests! .Thls-affntr will be one of the most delightful'of the Christmas season infills city. ttis Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Benle and daughter, • Mrs. Thelma Bcale Shaffer, and son, C.,j W. jr., and Mr. and Mrs, H. Wjajvlllips, of Ul- tie .Rttk,,afT^! fjHSforday to';b* w|th Mrs. A. C. Hull, who'is scrU ouslysick. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips and C. W. Scale jr., will leave lo- mbrrow bill other members of the family will remain until alter Christmas, Mr,s. M. A. Isaacs and dnugh- tef,'; Betty, motored to Memphis today-for a brief slny wilh relatives. Miss Rosa M. Hardy went lo Gales. Tcnn., today to spend the holidays wilh relalives. Mrs. Cecil White has gone to Clarksdale, Ark., for a visit wilh rejalives. - Miss Willie A. Lawson. of Little Rock, returned yesterday after seVeral days stay in this city where she attended lo business. Crawford Greene is attending to business in Little Rock. Miss Grace Bevins left yesterday for her home in Fort Smith alter' having spent some lime wilh h«r sister, Mrs. Crawford Greene, and family. JMrs. S. S. Sherrod. of Memphis will arrive the last of the week lo s;fend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith and other rcla lives. JJr. and Mrs. U. W. Miillins are iri, Memphis today to inect J. W Sljouse, who is returning from Milford, Mich. Miss Ruth Butt, who attends Sophie Newcomb college at New Orleans, will arrive Thursday to spend the holidays at home. Miss, sue Butt, who is a student at Randolph-Macon college at Lynchburg. Va.. arrives Thursday lo sriend Chrislinas with her mother Mrs. A. M. Bull, and family. ;llrs. John L. pj n : cy ' j r , was ir Memphis yesterday having accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. A.'Lcccl and Miss Peggy McKeel. •'-•'- >Iiss Margaret Merrill went t< Memphis today where she wil spend two days before going to hei home in Clarendon, Ark for th< holidays, she will return here Jan nary i. iJ.ohn CaudUl, who attends lh< University of Missouri at Colum oia, lias arrived home for the holi days. •Misses Adele Langston, sar. Nunn, Ruth Eleanor Tucker am K&thryn Denton, who attend th University of Mississippi at Oxford are expected to arrive home Thurs day for, the holidays. J. T. Craig has arrived horn from the University of Tennesse at Knoxville to spend the holi dajre with relatives. His brothc Pete, will . arrive tomorrow. • Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hummel re turned jester-lay lo their horn w New Madrid, Mo., alter ha\ Ing visited Mrs. A. C. Hall wh U i seriously 111. M«. Meadie Be .lorj, who accompanied them her remained for a longer stay. Miss MarUia Lcc Hall, a student at; Missouri Stato Teachers college at Cape Girardcan, Mo., has arrived home -for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Winston, ol Memphis, will spend the holi- • days,with Mrs. Winston's grand|«rent.\ Mr, ai;d Mrs. W. J . JCnox. StoeJ c-Cootcr Society — Personal Miss Kilicl Brooks and Waller anelback were married last iMirsday nt lllythevillc by the Hev. M. Watson. The bride is the aughler of Mrs. Mnilha Brooks id the late Dec Brooks of Cooler, ho wiis a member ol the 1032 ootcr lilgli school graduating lass. Mr. lliinelback is the son f Mr. nnd Mrs. L, Hanclback ot raggLidoclo. Mr. and Mrs. Hanelback have one to Cairo, III., to make their omc. Mr. and Mrs. Wnde Jlamra of anilhei-svllle and Miss Snllic Hama s|»nt Sundiiy in Memphis '.vlth fr. and Mrs. A. H. Ilnmra a.1 Bap- si hospital, wlicre Mr. Ilanira Is ccovering from an operation. Little Itacl Smith is sick wilh carlel fever. Mr. and Mis. W. M. Holly nnd fr. and Mrs: Buel Holly s|>ent to-, ay in Memphis where Buel re- eived treatment at Crysler's clinic. Mrs. Opal Hunt will arrive (he rst of next, week from Chicago to pend the- holidays wilh her par- nts. The Beginners class ol the Mclh- iiisl Sunday .school, unrter tlio dl- eclion of Mrs. Leyon Earls, will resent a program nl the church imday night. They will also have Christinas tree. Mr. and Mrs. Conrnd Frame have lovwl lo their new home on Hlgh- 'ny 01 south of Sleelc. t'rank Harper, Mrs. Ruth Lawhon nd son, Elbert, nnd Miss Einiicu Guthiiu of Popiar Bluir will S|icnd :c holidays at Lnke City will) Mrs i. J. Gulhrfe. Mr. and Mrs. I,. C. Spencer, Mrs. ilwood Brown, and .Mrs. A. L. Mc- iriilc shopped in Memphis today. The Woman's Missionary society let Monday nftenioon In the :omc of Mrs. George W. Burnett, 'lie next meeting will be Jnnimiy In the church nnnex. Ench incni- er will invite n guest for n ixil nek supper. Word wns receiver! here Monny of the death of Mrs. Tony ordan's brother nl Bny City, llch., where he was attending' cliool. About 25 friends from Poplar Huff were here Sunday .(o attend he funeral of Auuorn Moore. 'Mrs. E. Wy McCnnn wn->i hostess o tnTTToiinff MnIron's club nt'her Wine nt Cooler. The high score rlze went' td Mrs. Dick Mlchlc, he bunc prize to Mrs. Tom llop- »r. the high score Riicst prize to liss Ruby Baker, and Hie low core prize to Mrs. Clay Rushing. Irs. Tom Hopper is having a iiTistmas parly for the club this •eek. Miss Rnlh Wall will leave Fii- ny for Fort Smith, Ark., to be unld ot honor at the wcddii:i; •unrlay of Miss Cornelin Gnrnes. Ihe will be accompanied by the ritie's brotlicr, Howard Gnrnes nrt Mrs. Marj- Hntflcld of Armo- el. Mrs. Sclirnder wns taken to the Baptist liospltsil at Memphis Sal- Klay night, npparcntlv in n very crious condition. Miss Vivgic Sclirnder, who acconijinnlcd her randmothcr. telephonctl Monday, aying thai ihe nnturc of Hie tron- le had not been tletermtncd nnd hat her grandmother was not estini; well. Floyd Biedsoe and Miss Helen tlarshnll ot Memphis will siwnd he week end here with the Inl- tcr's mother. Mrs. Viola Marshall. Mr. and Mrs, Bed "Broderlck of Knnsiis City have arrived to spend the holldajs \vlth the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. lirod- erlck. Mr. and Mis. Harry Hllllard jr., of Tiilsu. Okln., mu here to spend the holidays with the former's parents, i Mls.1 Mndije Oarlock, who owns considerable tract ni luiui on 1 the Lake farm, luis come here to • make her home. She Is living at 1 the Slcflc hotel a I present Ij plans to build on her fitrm. Osceola Society — Personal Moorish Mo'de Twenty-live membi'rs of the 1'res- liylcrliin Ladies Auxiliary enjoyed their animal Christmas parly nl the home ol Mfs. A. F. Sptese Monday evening. At a previous meeting each member had drawn tlie name o( another lor whom a gift not exccvrtinsj twenty-live cents was lo be bought, nlsjxnsiiiij the gifts from the Christmas tree, with Mis. L. B. Swift as snnta dims, crealed much merriment. Miss Blanche Cicero won a pruc for making the most words from "Merry Christmas." « # • The Christian Workers held their anminl Rift social, exchanging gifts which were hung from n Clirlstmns tree al the home of Mrs. J. B. Mitchell Tt:c Methodist Women's Missionary society met Monday afternoon at the church with Mrs. Alma Morrison leading the lesson. Topics were discussed by Mrs. Margaret Barbtcrs and Mrs. K. U Morlnrlly. Mrs. W. J. Driver sr., and her eraiKUIaiighter. i'cggy Jane Driver, returned Monday from u visit of several days in Memphis with Mr. and Mis. S. H. llayncs. Mr. Hayucs is Mrs. Driver's bro'.r.er. Mr. and Mrs. D S. Lnney and two children will tcave Sunday to S|jend Christmas week in Cnindcn with Mr, Lancy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D, S. Laircy sr. Mallory Harwell, who altends Vaudcrbilt university at Nashville, Tcim., will be home tomorrow to spend ttie holidays wilh his parents, l)r, and Mrs. C. M. Harwell. E. L. Tnllafcrro will be home Friday from Joneslroro where he fit- tends A. & M. college, to speiid Christinas with his aunt, Mrs.--\I. D. Bormn. G. B. Seijravcs, nccompAiiicd by Ills son. Nelson Scgnwcs, s|>ent Monday and Tuesday in Pine Blufl on business. Congressman W. J. Driver is cx- iccled l:onie tomorrow from Wnsh- mgton for the holidays. Mrs. Driv- flfri. Bessie McCiellan Heads Lepanto 0. E. S LEPANTO, Ark.—At a regula: meeting of the Lepauto O. E. S chapter Monday night the follow lux officers were elected: worth) patron, J. W. Hill; associate Matron, Mrs. Wilma Stuckcy; ussocl ntc patron. Vernon May; conduct less, Mrs. Ailte Hill; associate con cliiclross, Mrs. I1& Webb; treasurer Mrs. Lily Thunnan; secretary, Mrs Bertha Hedrlck. Mrs. Ira Mat Wliayne is the outgoing worthy matron. Wardell News Mrs. J. D. HH1 and sons Troy and Hurley left last Thursday for an extended visit in Alabama. Miss Estelle Reynolds "was th week-end gutsl of Miss Vaticie Bennett ot Bassett. The community Christmas tree at tlio school'Friday drew~a larg< crowd. Carols were sung and presents were provided lor all the children. Miss Cora Warren, Mr. and Mrs Virgil Warren and Hetxlcrsoi Dykes returned Monday from Mii sisslppi. Vour attention, gentlemen, is directed to tlie accessories. ' Her sasli mny look liko somebody's uecktlo, but when you put it together wiln hat, bag and sandals to match, you've got what tt»- coll tlio Moorish mode. And Orela Gmnsledt, tlio Swedish film star, Ja hero disporting the new Itylo at Coral Gables, Fla. cr will go to Memphis to meet him. Godfrey White went to Springfield, MO., todny to attend the National Ganncrs' convention. Mrs. White and .tlieir small daughter, Anne, are visiting Mr. and. Mrs. A, Con way in Blythevillc during his absence. Mr. and Mrs. George 'Adnms and their small daughter, Jane, are ex~ peeled Friday (o spend the holidays wllh Mrs. Adams' mother, Mrs. John white. Norwegian Brewer Turns Eyes Toward U. S. Marke OSLO (UP)—Norway is the only country which 'produces its own brand of "Bok"-beer all the year round. One brewer hopes to find a market for it in the United States. Other Norwegian beers have.not had much success in America elnce repeal, owing to the high Import duty. Several large consignments have been returned to the exporters. Missouri Gov. Urged to Pardon Liquor Prisoners JEFFEHSON CITY. Mo. (UP) — Now that national prohibition has been repealed, strenuous efforts arc being made to have Gov. Guy B. pork pardon Inmates of the stale penitentiary sentenced there for violation of liquor laws. A resolution askinc a blanket release order was introduced in the House of Itepresentativcs, but was destined, to failure. "I shall consider each case on its i:idlvidual merits," the governor declared. UEMORF.UO1US (Piles) cur. ed withunt the knife. Vari- coatil veir- removed n o n surgically. DRS. NILS and NIKS Office 511 Main Phone 88 you want COMFORT i i I in shirts and shorts i comcinandsceour I new "U" crotch : garments cut to 1 conform to the curveofyourbody.. CLOTHING CO. The Woi'W in Your Room Tin-re has never been :i nulio hk-j Iho n«w Atwaler Kenl all- wave sot. 11 lube comhinalion biondcosfnnrl .short wave super- heterodyne. Silent liming ami "shadow" tuning, improved \olumc control, ciiuhloiium typo siwakcr, richly carved cabinet. Tlie New Ahvatcr Kcnl Term I'rin- - - - ?17">.0() \Ve also sell Majestic As Usual. P a r k - hurst's is Headquarters for Christmas Gift. Goods. 'WeSellEotryihing (Jlaslnnbury SILVKKWAKE The silvcrw.irc «ith a lifclime eiiiu-amcc. T.K nnesl and most serviceable you ran buv. Also new chromium p:alc silverware. AI,f, SJI.VKH '/, ori'! Why not give a Crunow or Norj,'e Klectric Ilcfiigcrator? Check this li.sl if you are K/ led - - A Comiilote l.iiic of the Famous I osloria (Jhissware » n il Imported Uinncrnarc. A Thrilling Gift! This fittrd week-end bag will be Ihe supreme present of the sc^on lor someone. It's handsome and strongly made! l.c.ilhrr lfcii;s Headed B-ips (-iiitunic Jewelry Manicure Sets Toilet Sets Musical Instruments Coly's Gift Sets Bud Vases Candlesticks Victures Book Ends Dolls .incl Toys (liildrcn's Books Bibles Testaments Diaries \Vine and Liquor Sets n.ishlighls Smnkmsr Slands Adult's Books A Toaster Or An Iron! Largest Line of Gift Goods m Xorlheast Arkansas! Hear Our Program Daily Over KL.l\\-St ur j io in Our S(ore CO. 105 E. Main time In this historic Mohler Lode town in 38 years when Ruth Brandt and Cecil Dennis Harrison were married here recently. The \ lust wedding was periormcd in •* 1895. ' CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Lounging Rotes Flannels Flannels & to $8.50 Silks to $10 New Mead Clothing Co. . . . How to Make omeone Give a Beauty rest .... and the Health and Radiance that comes with Refreshing Sleep The famous Simmons' Keautyresl has brought luxurious sleep to over n million people. In this year of practical giving it will be ;i welcome gift in every home. Under our Christmas Club Plan you may select a Bcautyrosl for as little as SI cash, paying the balance on easy weekly terms. Come by antl select ;i lieautyrest in any of -1 lovely shades of damask. We will deliver it whenever you say. Special Christmas Terms Hubbard Furniture Co.
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