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PAGE TW<? BLYTHEViLLE (AHK.)~ COURIER NliWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, Guest at Club Mrs Elton W. Klrby was guest of Mrs B A. Lynch when she en- tamed the Mid-Week Bridge club] Thursday for lunch and a cord, game The eight ladies were served lunch at tlie dining' room table, which had a centerpiece of yellow, flowfcrs. I Bath powder went to Mrs, Harry I IW. Halnefi for high score award- land'; second high, handkerchiefs.) I went to Mrs. Klrby. Cartoon Figures On Paris Prints Ha\e Surprise Party , Fourteen friends of Mrs. \V. P.| Brewer surprised her'with a lunch-] con party Wednesday. Mrs. E. D.j Ferguson, Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, Mrs- O C Gansko, Mrs. nay Wor- thiugton, Mrs. A. M. Bull, Mrs. J W, Adams, Mrs. Tom W. Jack!son.- Mrf W. M. Taylor, Mrs. 1 H. ,LjniV Wade, Mrs. S. P. Martin, Mrs, P E. Cooley, Mrs. E. J. Browne, Mrs. 0. S. Stevens and Emma Burney, of Mansfield. .. houseguest of Mrs. Cooley, were ' those present. A pot luck himQicon was served, and in the afternoon the women played games ond^knitted. Mrs. Brewer, who has rccentlv movtd into a new home, and se birthday occurs this month TV as-presented a floor lamp. > * * * f Tuesday Club Meets Mis ~B M. Matthews entertained the- Tuesday Bridge Club thi i wtck One guest, Mrs. George M f Leef^ was present. Refreshments of I sandwiches and pickles, fruit siilad, leaks, and coffee were served. [ Jewish Women Meet The Jewish Ladies' Aid met In , LuAfra Thursday night at. the 'home or Mrs. H. i£urlz, with Mrs, [ AboJ"Livcrsul co-hostess. During f thcf-business meeting plans were map''for two benefit parties to ,' be iJJcld Sunday. January 16, at 8 'o'clock under the sponsorship oi this;/;- organization. The Jewish men's organization will have oue I of the parties al the home of Mr [ Llvcrnnt, and the women will meet details of with Mrs. Kurtz. .The public is in vited'-to these parties. 1 At. the close of the aid mecthv refreshments of chicken salad, cake and coffee were served. the Seven Dwarfs for a fest Ivc t o *n- hemmed with silver fox and is Osecola Society — Personal Fashion's Holidays in the San •I'o End !.•: 1'iograiu On intc-rntilloiial Delations "Our Responsibility Wars" was the subject ot a pageant, given nl the Progressive Club Meeting Tuesday arranged and led jy Mrs. W. E. Hunt, chairman oi this 'department, of the club. 'Hie Improvised altar, on which lighted candles were placed by the diaracten- depleting the various departments of federated club work, had above it a large picture of Flanders Fields. Those .taking part were Mrs. G. Hartslll Banks, Mrs. Bruce Colbert. Mrs. D.^Fred Taylor jr., Mrs. James Gwaltney, Mrs. Hurry Driver. Mrs, A. F. Spicse, Ml.ss Julia Llllard Craig, Madeline Ellen Edrington, and I'carl Cartwrlghl, A feature of Ihe program was a uroup of Irish songs sung by Ross Elevens ot Blylhevlllc, accompanied by Mrs. D. R. Wertz. Mrs. John Edrlugloii told the history of j her collecUon o( two dozen pllcli- ers from various countries, which were displayed. Following Ihe program a le.i was held. The guests wore served from two lace covered tables centered with pink gladioli and' cyclamen, with pink candles In white holders nt ench end. Mrs. B. Flntmigan and Mrs. Ida Tucker poured. Foreign born WO T men of Osceola were guests of honor. Eesides club members those present were Mrs. D. M. Moore, born near Beirut, Syria, and Mrs. M. Hubcnstehi bom in Lithuania. Other guests were Mrs. E. A Weichcr, Mrs. S. G. Lockhart, Mrs If you can't gc,l away to warmer climes, kecu this fashion In mind for next summer. Meticulously tailored Imported KIIK- llsh ribbed w-ool slacks with mannish creased tucks arc swank oil the decks of cruise liners and on the beach of your favorite rcforl. Wear them In rust color, and push up Hie sleeves' of your pale Wuc Eni;- Jish wool cardigan lo show your Imported shell jewelry. Around your head wrap, Indian f ash- Ion j a challis printed tcarf. The f ecrcts of any of their tricks . cannot be protected by magicians. They must rely on the integrity of other magicians to keep their tricks from becoming general property. .•A Everything for your enter liiinmcnt and comfort. 3 Adults Admitted for 1'rii'c of 1 Weekly Sunday School Lcsson= Also Musical Short and March ol Time. A Life of Service LI1* Hi* »•• •"• " . the silhouette are accepted in Porte as lorecarts of the next season's mode. BY WM. E. GILROY, V- U. Editor of Advance The Gospel of Mark is stip- atel>' into tlie full -activities of life necessary to begin the Master's and service. We see Him, rather, : earthly ministry. Could there have going into the wilderness, and been a morc fitting watchword or to be the earliest of our there undergoing the temptation ' a more favorable occasion for Him in lime Ihough It is sec-i that was lo try Him and prepare to thrust Himself right into the one th 'books as publish- Him for His life work. busy life of ancient Galilee ami SCc end among the books as publish ed In Iho New Testament. | Notable Is tne Gospel of Mark j _ for- the simplicity and Service is not merely a matter and. Intention, fit for service n^^r^t^V^b*^!^ 1 "^ 1 " hcw * nts to Kcrve - oTacS'liU, Stlfrcfc'rery * l» »-^™*^'>"«« speculation matters or to incidents that do not bear upon the main story. There of preparation, if repeatedly, in His life tlic house, have moved to Hattiesburg, i Miss. Mrs. '.Mrs. CriEger Has Club Mrs. Charles Crigger was hostess to the Thursday Afternoon Club tills week when the club j met al Ihc Ruslic Inn. i\:;s!Uidwich plale was served, [ •'•(rmT'Mre. Eddie Regenold-who had high score, was presented lliigcrlc. •••• * • • Hook Club M«ls . •': .-• Mrs. M. Fitisimmons was hostess lo. the Thursday Rook Club yesterday. Her homo was decorated with potted plants from her conservatory, Guests were Mrs. A. M. Butt Mrs. George M. L«e, and Mrs W. ft. Phipps, of Little Rock. .Favors of new year's token . were given the guests, and snlac angel food cake, and coffee wei' ". served. 9 » * Entertains Club Talisman roses decorated Mvi Husscll Phillips' dining room labl when she entertained the Tliurs day Luncheon club and two guests -Mrs. Thomas K. Mahan and Mr James H. Bell. A three cours menu was served. Mrs.-Everett E. Gee won big and'.Mrsl Byron Morse, sccoi I high. - , Russell Phillips and son. lisscll, Mrs, Everett B. Gee aiul jn, E. D., and Mrs. Byron Morse re In Memphis lodny. ] Mr. and Mrs. Harvey While nnd nughtcr, who have been living al 29 East Davis jicmic since Wcy •novcd here -from PtiragouM, have roved to the Ho'.ianii apartments, M West Ash street. .Mr. and Mrs. J.'A. Leech nrc ii Memphis today. Bobby Kirshiier. who hns been •mi is typical of this Gospel of ark. Manila Society — Personal Is now able to be out. Among those who attended the annual missionary institule o! i Methodist churches Thursday, in | Jonesboro, were Mrs. George ". Neal, Mrs. Mrs. George Dysingcr, members ot the Woman s Missionary Society oi the Lake rect Methodist church. Mrs. Gus Ebsrdt. Mrs. J. A. Snliba, Mrs. J. D. Smith, and Mrs. J. D. Smith, ami Mrs. Rnwlcigh Sylvester attended Ihe installation services held by the Cnruthers- villc chapter of (he Order of the Eastern Star Thursday night. C. F. Tucker returned ycslcrdny | ,, 1K] ncw v [ s || 5 rrom WnshliiBton. D. C., where hcjonrc a week. -,pcnt n week with his daughter.] Mi=s Frances, who is employed ,r.cre. Mrs. H. L. King is .Improving after a week's illness. Miss Kfllhcrine Tiplon has gone to Springfield, Mo., where she will attend Draughon's Business College. She graduated from Manila Vlgli school last summer and received a scholarship lo that insti- P. J. Semmes, Mrs. Maggie Bar-i birth or childhood of Jesus, biers, and Miss Marie Hltc of Vln-f '"'" cenncs, India n a.' Hostesses were Msr. R. C. Bryan, Mrs. F. E. Tompkins, Mrs. C. Y. Perkins, Mi's. James Cnrtwrlght, Mrs. M. S. Nickel, Mrs. J. H. Hook, Mrs. George Edrington, Mrs. L. W. Walters, Mrs. Ida Tucker. » * • An try Addresses Rotary Rural Education wns the subject dlscursccl by L. 11. Autry, ol Burdettc, al the Rotary meeting Tuesday. "Guests were Joe crmm- IMI-S orsiuttgart and E. D. Ferguson and .\V, A. AfTlick, of Blytlic- vllle. ' . . .V-. .C .... .'>?4/.» ••'•-• - Mtthodicts Attend luslitulc The following members of tin Methodist Missionary Society ar tut Ion. Etcve Crosslcy jr., was in Bly- thevllle Wednesday. Mi-s. George Shcdrt. who suffer- cd a nervous brenkdov improving. Coday in Jonesboro today attending Missionary Institute held at Hi First Methodist church. 'Hie Rc\ and Mrs. R. C. Moorehead. Mrs George Abrcy, Mrs. John Whit worth, Mrs. G. B. Segraves, Mr: W. B. Flnnnigan, Mrs. J. F. Rein miller, Mrs. Alma Morrison, Mr week,! Maggie Barbicrs. At the incctln I cf the society Monday, Mrs. C U: Etst, who cut his hand I Hnrtscll Banks completed •-evcrely wllli an axe while split- j teaching of the book, "Return t (ing word last week, nearly losing ' Religion." by Dr. Henry C. Lm two flngcre. Is snid to be better. (The devotional lesson was V. Z. White is confined to his by Mrs. R. C. Moorcheiul. home wilh pneumonia. His con- give dition is reported lo be better. Mrs. I.pis Thompson who has l:?cn taking treatments (tally the Jonefboro Clinic the rr<- liylerian Circles Meet Circles of the Presbyterian Al lllary met at the church Mondn Is improving |wl:en the Foreign Mission lesso clinic only was led by Mrs. E. L. Talliafer innd the dcvolioiinl given by " G. O. Stuarl. Is connncd lo his n. C. Brynn, Announcements were amoiiB- the multitudes, He had to t retire into the mountain or to no reference lo Ihe i hc wildcTOess to mc(Wnt c nnd "*, nrav how much more necessary D come Immediately Into the I J. !f • ory of John the Baptist prepnr- S the way, and of Jesus coming om Nnzarclh to be baptized in c Jordan. The w r ord "slrnlght- ay" applied to tne coming of Jndca? Yet immediately following the record of this voice from heaven, w; arc told that, the spirit drove Jesus forth into the wilderness. We do not know just what that may mean; but it means apparently that, there was a strong spirit-1 iial impulse that led Him to feel} His need cf preparalion before He I attempted all that was ahead of Him. j The life of Christian ministry; is one in which divine voices and inspirations arc combined with very practical mailers of diiily duty, discipline and preparation. Con's call to service does nol nece.ssniilv fit us for our task. We of beloved SDH, in whom I am the Master, and in all the expe- wcli pleased." I riences make men wise and com- Siirely that was all that was pctcnt. Saturday Only •VIVA VILLA'S" GREAT STAR RIDES AGAIN! . . filmed iu Scenic Wcilcru \Vciulci!:imlsl i'l is that those who would follow in His footsteps must find the strength of. preparation and be fitted for their task! The contrast which this lesson esus out of the waters of bap-! brings out is very strong. We e the pic lure of Jesus follow His baptism, acclaimed with But this gospel of action ends, tin- voice from heaven: "Thou art'must, be learners in the school this first lesson, wilh the gos- el of preparation. Jesus does not ome from His baptism immedi- linety-six members arc divided nlo four circles with chairmen,. H. Blrvckwood, Mrs.. John Douglas, "Mrs: j. j.-Best, nnd''Mrs. Vrtlfam'Stewart. » 0 * Mifx C. B. Young Hostess The Rev. John Schnell. new jastor of liTc Christian church ind Mrs. Schnell were guests of Junior Circle of the Woman's Council in the home of Mrs. C. B, Ycung Monday. All' officers made final reports covering the past year, and plans for the new year. were made Have Son Sir. and Mrs. Joseph Gough are tlie parents of a son, born at the Baptist hospital in Memphis Frilay. He weighed seven pounds and has been named Joe Lynn. Mrs Jcugh was the former Kate llca- •ers o'f Wilson. IsHoi' Honored Mrs. Gordon Bell. of Cvowcll here with heart trouble. .made regarding the study course Entertains Club Mrs'!''ft. B. Mcnard won Madcria pillow cases lor the prize in the bridge 'gaines of the Thursday Afternoon Bridge club, which was entertained -by Mrs. Loy Welch. . Mrs. Welch served a plate lunch of chicken salad, fniit cake topped with whipped cream, pickled peaches and coffee after the games. , • * • * Has Bridge Club "Mrs.; O.'a. Caudlll entertained the Thursday Contract club with a lunchcori this week Instead of the usual afternoon party, when she also : had as her guests Mrs. James B. Clark and Mrs. F. L Epglar. _ •They were served lunch at the dining room table which had centerpiece of gold and silver fruit. In Ihe bridge games, which followed, Mrs. J. E. Hasson won the prize, lingerie. Mm. Rodney Banister, Mrs. Wal- (er H. Baker and Mrs. W. A. At- lick were in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. O. W. McCuU'hrn relumed Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Brannard 1 to be held next quarter taught Irft Ilils week for their home in Lawton. Okla.. where Mr. Bran- unrd will resume his duties in tile United States Army post. by Mrs. George Edrington. for study of the Year Book, which clergymen In jivill be taught by Mrs. R. H. Jones. 801 The new circle lists were given i each chairman for this year. The FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Frank Simmons and Mrs n. Simmons are in Jonesboro to day as guests of Mr. and Mrs Robert Scott. Miss Mabel Hogan. who imdei vjcnl an operation for appendlcil several days ago a I the Blythevill hospital. Is steadily Improving an W. M. U. I'In us All Day Class !ast niiilil from Memphis, whore ^7,. all( j j^j vs Q \\> sellers nrc I Plans were announced at the lie had been wilh her daughter, visiting iu Ashland, Okla. This is j Monday business meeting of the Miss Betty Lee. who underwent mi Mr. Sellers' 'first visit to hts form- 'Baptist W. M. TJ. Monday lor an ippendectomy at the Baptist hos-| cr i, omc j n fifteen years. | all day class to be held Jan. 31, piliil Tuesday. Miss McCulchen's j —_ •onditlon is much improved, but; out of every will remain in Ihe hospital England. 34 MC more mother week. 'years old. Mrs. Ed Williams has returned , _from Wilson, where she spent sev- . _. , >nil days with her parents. Mr. I i lid Mrs. W. M. Wallace. i Mrs. C. E. Criggcr. Mrs. Bernard 3ooct). and Mrs. J. T. Phillips arc mending the day in Memphis. Mrs. E. L. Hale has relumed from Columbus, Misi;.. where she :pml r.everal days with her daughter. Miss Laura, who attends lississippi Slate College fur Wc- ncn. John Ed RegcnoW and CV.nrle.-, _i',Sger III arc both much bcltri tier an Illness- from chicken pox Mrs. Louis Hat-din and daughter Nancy Lou, ol McComb. Miss.. ;ir< Is of Mrs. llardin's parei-.ls \1r. nnd Mrs. Henry llnlc. Mrs, C. S. Bradshnw, of Mem phis, is the guest of licr sister Mrs. Henry Hales. She nrritc Thursday, and will spend scvcm days. Rabbi Herman Pollack Tex., who is the guest of her sis cr, Mrs. L. D. Massey. was tin cnoiee at a luncheon in the Mas :.y home Tuesday. Potted plant were used on the tables. In tin tridge games Mrs. Hale Jackso: won high score, Mrs. Bell mad second high and Mrs. Charlc Colcman cut consolation. nnd Steelc-Gooter Holland Society—Personal A surprise handkerchief shower •as 'given for Mrs. M. A.iithony at he home of Rev. J. W. Cunning- iam Tuesday night by members of icr Sunday school class of the Baptist church and the W. M. U. Scon after Mrs. Anthony arrived large umbrella was raised ovei her heart and a large assortment of handkerchiefs showered down Refreshments of salad, crackers cookies and coffee were served. Mrs. Anthony and family wil cave the latter part of this week for Humphrey, Ark., to make thei home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jordan spen Wednesday in Lcpanlo, Ark., a guest of their daughter, Mrs. Dai Portis jr.. and family. ' J. II. Workman is spending thi week in St. Louis attending t business. Sid Chandler rnlei'cd the Vet man's hospital in Memphis Tliurs day for treatment. Miss Myrtle Barnes, of Port age.vlllc. is .'pending this wee with her sister. Mrs. J. H. Work ithersville, leadership; Montana rawfol'd, Sieelc. minion aiicl orld friendship; Horace Mr^od anithersville, evangelism' a n d imrch religion: Mauffie McDon- Id. neering, citizenship and com-' ninity service. Tlie next meeting will be held t Carulhcrsvillc Monday, Fcbru- ry 7. Tlie program consisted of a 3andle Light installation of the new officers for the year, and a >iano solo by Montana Crawford of Stecle. . One of tlic grandest western .pictures ever filir.cd. To sec it is ( ... ,1 S, 1C never to foigtl ... i,::.. V»' Adii;ioii)n till'5:00 P m Itte'H ••':£,•_ •-.-;_ •.. •'c. 1 -^ &{ '.';>Ttcr Ji-OO 'p.m ltc> -Hie r~-'T Continuous showing,\\^v Movies hi Aid Heading CAMBRIDGE. Mass. (UP) — A novlnj picture film promoting correct eye movements for proper reading technique has been developed by Harvard psychologists. Purpose of the development is to aid adults and children in improving their reading ability. Sunday - Monday checks COLDS ami FEVER first day with diaries Winnings' & Walter ComioMy. New Ycrk gave her the e>s to the Cily . . . and did cricn up a bt»\' of tiicks. A eily Homancc. Also Ncus A; omcdy. Continuous shewing Sun- Emission Sunday Matinee <t Niglll Sc & ^Gc; Monday 3Ialincc lOc & !k; illaiulay Night 10c .t 3Gc Lirj\iid, Tablets Balve. Nose Drops Try "Kub-My-Tism"-World's Liuinicut Hradaclie, 30 minutes. Best Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hunt at tended a family reunion at the ' man ionic' of- his cousin, Mrs. Cliailes ( Abie Rushing spent Thursday Matthews nt Tabernacle, Tenn., ; Memphis with his brother.. Ralph I Sunday, at which seventeen mcm-e Rushing, who is in the John Gas- ocrs of. Hie family were present, |tc.n hospital. Jcncsboro today wr.ore hn will con-' duct services nt the Temple. The condition of Hrs. Hugh Nelson "Thompson, who has been quite ill .is about the same. Albert Fnirfield is 111 from Influenza at the home of his molli- er, Mrs. A. B. Fail-field. The condillon of. Mrs. W. Grimmett. who has been seriously ill for some,time, is now grcail> improved. Mrs'. Ma win Robinson was Memphis Wednesday, having ccmpanied Mrs. W. D. Chamblin Mrs. T. J. Mahsn and son, John trlfi Sliop. They are residing hi i went to Princeton, Ky., today for llic Jos Evrard house on the north several days stay with relatives. |- highway. Mr. and Mrs.'James Eng-1 : land, who formerly resided In the Read Courier News Wain Ads, will probably be removed horn Sunday, , Mr. and Mrs C. V. Sebaugh'and daughter, Jcanclta Jean, late of Memphis, have relumed here to make their home. Mrs. Scbaugh and JeacelU Jean joined Mr. Sc- baueh this week. Hc imd been here stage hc purchased the City Elec- Mrs. Bob Cromer went to the 1 Baptist hospital this morning for i i none opcrnllon. i Mr. and Mrs. Hen Green have j tnrncd lo Hoi Springs for the I Hayll winter, after spending December ivith'her son, Ucan Hatcher and Mrs. Hatcher. The Methodist Young People's | Union held Us regular monthly i meeting at stecle, Monday. Jan.' 3. There were 113 present, with' Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Lynch ' Cootcr, Carulhcrsvillc and Etccle rcpvc^cntcd. Tlic following committee chairmen were circled: Charles Powell, Hayll. H's purer—all-vcgclahls worship: Doris Barnctt. son.,Dudley jr.. returned'gmi-jCooler, recreation and personal day "from a' (WD wrsks visit in Ml-i dcvrlopmcnl; Bobby Rhodes, Ca- ! >, .mil, Fla.. with a ;;ister of Mrs. I Lynch,' Mrs. Gcnrgc B. Hurst and vir. Huret. " " ' I Mrs. Tiiad Frllon and . baby, of! Hay town. Texas, are here for .a visit with her iwrents, Mr. nnd Mre. J. H. Lovewell. . • j E. H. Burns and A. T.' "Bell 'arc business visitors in Memphis to day.-' . ' A 'Sen "v,-as bnrn to Mr. -;1ridj Mrs. James Woodnrd; route 3;-Ds-( rcmberiSO. llic baby, who weighs light ... pounds, has been ..named Larry.'.James .Wootiard. BEGINNING FRIDAY, Jan. 7 pcals'to vis women." , Quick, but lint liu!e-bo\ i|ii.ilii; in liim ,. c ,. Head Courier Mws Want Ads. QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices on iwuilry al all limes. SAVB KONKY AT GAINES MKT. 118 W, Main Phone • The KAGLF, SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CUbTUKK ' jyill 'offer all BEAUTY WORK at GRKATLY REDUCED PRICES. This work, which will lie clone by students,.WILL BE UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF OUR BEAUTY EXPERTS. All Work Guaranteed To Satisfy G BgJJ Q You may enroll now. in our Beauty IKL^ School. Special courses given in nil lines of Beauty Culture. Eagle School of Beauty Culture Cooper l>ld(v. 2rtd & \Valnnt Phone 319 Admission Always lOo ,t '«c >lio\v rvcry night. Matinees l''ri- . Saturday & Sumlay Only, 'riday & Sundnj- JMalinccs slar( p.m. Saturday Uoiliuuoug showing Irom 1 (o 11: iO p.m. Night shows slnrl 0:45 p.m. Friday - Saturday GUNS ROAR! SONGS SOAR! A COLUMBIA PICTURE Also carloon A serial, Patrol." Sunday - Monday Abu Fox \c«s A- Comedy, \

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