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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 24, 1931
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLg, "(ARK.)' COURIER NRW& _TUKS_DA_y,_3rA_HCir 21, 1031 Society Calendar Wednesday The Matinee Bridge club is meeting with Mrs. Hives Allen. Mrs A. C. Ward is hostess to the new Wednesday Bridge club. The Jewish Ladies Aid Society will meet at th.? home ol Mis, William Lang and rje.ushliT, Miss Pauline Lang, with Mrs. Adolph Mt-y'rs SBs^^rSSSS 1 ^^ '""""•''I ofttn milte as distracting In Us Chiffon and Lace Gown Modish Wedding Guest nv JOAX SAVOY MJA Srrvirc Writer guests Ht-lhe rome of her r *' ' ' Vhu'rsday I dress-problems ns being the smnti Mrs.'Fred R!cclY.>l will entertain ! * mn K bride *ho is doing the get- the euild ol Ihe Pilgrim Lutheran tm jf mat ', lcl " Cr5elr - , church at her home, COS Chicka- KD >' am1 '"''gc you have Ihrcc -awLa avtiuic • choices to make this spring for (he " Mrs.- H: A.' Smith Is having the CPS | l ' mi! J' 01 ' wil > wcilr to ^ n ^ Mid-Week Bridge club. wedding at Si. Thomas'. Shall II Mrs.'j: Ncal GeseJl U entertain-i tc 3 lacc sown, a n s ured one of 1113 the Mill-Week Bridge club. i Mrs. R. F. Kirshncr is having Ihe Thursday Luncheon club. Miss Margaret Mahan Weds Mr. James Bell Members of Hie [ainily and a small gathering ol friends allcnricd the marriage of Miss Nancy Margaret Mahan to Mr. James Hlcktnan . Bell, solemnized at the bride's home this morning, ten o'clock. An embankment of palms and ferns flanked with candelabra carried out a similar decorative ciTcct \iscd in other weddings of the bride's sis'.crs. Cathedral tupers were in the candelabra which were showered with smilax and tied with while satin bows. A floor basket of white blossoms marked the improvised chancel arranged at one end o! the living room and clusters ol jonquils and lerns were in silver baskets and low bawls \hfoughout the .Ihrce rooms of the lower "floor ooeri for the ceremony. /l The bride wore an impelled suit of navy Fancha crei>e weave-fash Bits of News Mostly Personal Joe Isaacs, Herman and Adolph Meyers attended to business Litlle Rock yesterday. Miss Florence Arlan had as her guests Sunday L. Krlm of St. of Clarksvllle, Tenn.. will go to] Memphis tonight Jor Ethel Barrymore's play at the Ellis auditorium. B. A. Lynch, acting president ot the Arkansas Bankers assoeinlion, has returned from Kansas City, whevc he attended a meeting of the Mid-Western Bank .Management conference held under lh2 auspices of. the bank management commission of the American Hankers Association. He was accompanied to Columbia, Mo., by Mrs. Lynch, who-visited their son, B?rt, a student at the university. Preston Matthews returned tp his home in St. Louis last night after spending the week-end his In Society Trek to Mb viola nd Uhll and Max Felnbcrg, ot Port- agevlllo. Miss Birdie Robertson has gone to L'illle Rock for several days stay where she will lake n course In the leaching of dressmaking. Mrs. S&phian was taken lo the Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. Mr. Saphlan, who Is employed at Flat River, Mo., accompanied her. sister, Mrs. Itfyrlle M. Horn-land, and Ernmn LuHrell. . Mrs, H. G: Smith, who recently ! underwent' an operation at Ihe Memphis Methodist hospital, is now much improved. Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, who is ill at tlie Memphis Methodist hospital, Is resting very well. She will undergo an operation when lies- condition permits. Mrs. B. K. I/itiiner spent Sun- dny with the Rev. Mr. I atinier who is at the Memphis Mcthcnir,! hospital, ill from a nervous breakdown; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mcllaney jr., Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Llllle plan lo leave within a few days for Holj "„( "yesterday in 'Memphis' Springs. Uoscoe Cralton spent Iho week- (he same kind or will you gel a distinctive chiffon In plain color, one of the new shades? The last choice Is likely to dress you more sophisticated!}', more distinctively and less notlct-ably, icned. with a short coat which had i which all goes under the name of a double caps collar. The blouse to chic. the ensemble was in nautical blue flat crepe and the same combination of light and dark shades made her Bakou straw hat, bandeau shaped and trimmed with garrtcii- las, and her other t\ccc.ssor!es. She carried an arm boisquei of yellow Superb for the Easter wedding, and quite as good. I might add, for all kinds of afternoon or restaurant dinners or lea dances, Is a blue chitTon gown in that heavenly bhio that has nil opaline, louch to it, made with Us own smart little wispy jacket lliat Is filled and has loose flaring long sleeves. Tlie gown has a low peplum to Prenet roses. Before the ceremony Mrs. Hal Holt Pcti of Memphis, who has rendered the music for other weddings in the family, played "Ah, | First Chilsthn cluirch, was elcetsd Sweet Mystery of Lite." To the strains of Lohengrin's wedding Its skirt, Just over Ihe hips and across the back and- all up and down one shoulder there nestles as sweet a spray-'ot gleaihlng \vhlte flowers as you could wish. The. ultra-femininity of this gown and coat Is heightened by the Week balUbttnd! hat that sits up ear and down over the oilier, in the approved 1931 spring manner, with some of the same sweet, flowers gleaming against trie hair'on the side where the brim tilts up.' A purse-to go'with this suit.has the same flowers on Us flap, and the rest of it matches the gown, as do the sleek orepe'rie chine pumps. Byron Morse were in Memphis yesterday. They were | accompanied home by Mrs. Hal Holt Peel, of that city, who came up for the Uell-Mflhan wedding. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Ware jr., had as their guests lor the weekend. Mr. and Mrs Lee Ware, of Jackson. Tenn. , Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vollmer are in Memphis today. The Rev. W. J. LcRoy, pastor of the Lake Street Methodist church who has been critically ill al the Memphis Methodist hospital fol-; lowing an operation for appendicitis, Is now much improved. Jce Shanks has been confined to his bed for ftvo days with an attack ol rheumatism. He is slowly improving. A. E. Scott, of Memphis, Is a visitor in the-city today. Mesdames John H. Long, Harry Taylor, A. N. Church and Ben W:g- gins motored to Memphis Monday afternoon. Mrs. Arch Cray, of Rector, was the. guest of her sLiter, Miss Mary Outlaw. Monday. Misses Mary Lynch and Wilmoth Tennyson, ol Luxora. shopped lure yesterday. . Miss Maye Lane has recovered from a week's illness. Miss Lucile Lee, accompanied by her two-sisters, all of Piedmont. MO., shopped in tlie city yeslerdiy. Tom Mahan returned to Var.ricr- bill Universily nt Nashville, Tenn., Georgianna Ballew and John Seaton Married LUXORA. Ark.—Miss Cieorgianna Ballew and Mr. John Seaion were married Saturday niyhl, at the Hantlst parsonage. Rev. P. B. Kin- solven. oITiclaling. The only attendants were Misses Wilma Tennyson and Mary Lynch and Ciias. Thomas. The bride is tlie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ballew, and is a member of the Bur- dettc school faculty. The groom Is the son of'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sc-aton. and is an employe of the post otfice here. For the present Lhe young couple will make their home with (he groom's parents on Calhoun street. march n.n- aisle was formed^ ior_tne ' ' ' . ^ bride,/. !'Y'~ <jfaii fegfl". i' f 1 ' ' ^'™»' carried inaline streamers' caught with Jonquils. They were Betty Black, daughter of Mr. and Farnsworth Black. Nancy er. Mrs. T. H. - Hayncs conducted president of the council, nnolher i the business session followed by the group m.Ihe chinch which works 50c ial meeting in which delicious .\vltb_.Uie, NV.. M. S., hi u meeting T^o^SayJalteynoort at the homo ot Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Mrs. Robinson is ihc retiring president. Hughes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ftoss D. Hughes, Julia Wade Kochtitzky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ouo Kochtilzky, Belly Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips, Bobbie Ann Purvis, daugh- Mrs. I Oilier officers are: Ann i Smith, vice president; Mrs. Mrs. J. D. L. L. Ward, secretary and treasurer. Plans were formulated for serving dinner down town on election day. Committee Chairmen ter'ol Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purvis, I Announced for P. T. A. and Bill Morse, son of M. und Mis. \ Mrs. T. E. Tate, president of lltt Byion Morse, Charles Afflict, ion i county council of PamH-Tcachcr of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. nilli.•=:. | assccialious, was the principal James Lafhn, son of Mr. and Mrs.' speaker at Ihe meeting of the Gos. W. B. Tanner, Josinh Fort, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joslah O. Fort ol Clarksville, Tenn.. and Ross Dillon Hughes, son of Mr. and -Mrs. Ross I). Hughes. The girls wore frocks in pastel shades wilh matching ribbons on their hair. Mrs. Peel wore a frock of mulical blue flat crepe with a matching hnl and her corsage was of pink lowbuds and ireesia. Tee Rev. Marsh M. Cnllaway. pastor of the First. Presbyterian church, said the ring ceremony as "Traumcrei" was softly played. The bride was given m marri ncll P. T. A. yesterday afternoon. Plans wcio. made for a meeting Friday night when Miss Willie A. Lawson. county superintendent, will be Ihe guest of honor. B. G. Lwifer.t was appointed chairman of the program committee. Mrs. Cleve Wndlcy of the membership committee and Miss Mary Hallmark lor the publicity. refreshments wqre served. . Circle'3 met.wlth'Mrsl Sam Hall \yilh six present. Mrs. R. A. Mahan led the mission lesson and sentence prayers were ofl'cred in closing for Ihe evangelistic meeting to begin Sunday. An appetizing plate -lunch was served. Mrs. Marlon Williams was hostess to circle 5. Besides Iho seven members Mrs. Neill Reed was a guest. Mrs. Williams led the devotional and mission study. In tlie social hour cake and coffee wns served. Complimented Cardwell Junior Play Scores Great Success CARDWELL, Mo. — The Junior Class of Cnrdwcll High School presented Ihelr p!ay. "The Wi!d Oats: Boy" at the Mary Dale Theater- proper discarding had be::i made'.' . j by liasl and West. Naturally I ;f ! am assuming that East and V/rstV'" a iv making their discards wlli'.oijjr src-lnj Smith's hand, as this is riot a double dummy problem. On the las', three leads ol j Irump West had three discards. The correct discards would appear (o be the tiirer.-nlns-eight ol hearts because ii South held three hearts to the kinir (rcmem- . her West is db-cavdmj without i any krov.lcdse ai >So'j'.!i'.s hold- !nc> and the sinjlc'.on ace of i spades, a spade discard by West I would have been fr.tai, as Soulh's I play would then have b~e:i lo i cash his are of trades, thus drav- i ins West 1 -; only lemaimiij spade. | and then p;n West in the lead . | with ;i iieart. tompeUI:vj him lu : rcr.irii a lunrl up :o South's still , dice-guarded fcinj. WEST S-7-6 I H-.VJ. 10 Nons' C— S—5 li-4 D— C-J-1C-9 CAST f— :;-u I— [lent t— i',-7 - f SOUTH «—K-7 C—S "' Of course, in (!,:.-, i-'.m;^ Wesl can plainly 53% tha- Sci:''n has o:ily the kins-seven" of !i::u-;-> and can accordingly cUicard lo me-;: the occasion; in o'.!ir-r words, discard a spade. ' '"' I East is compelled ;o make seven discards. 'these arc the ten, nine, eight of F.r.?.c;::;. (he six. four, three of clubs and Ihe Unlil u few days ago Loretla Sayer.i was a soe-ioly debutante of the J.archmont, N. Y.. colony—a Junior Leaguer and membsr ol several sv.-anky clubs. But now she's packing lor Hollywood, flrsl of the "new faces" to be put under contract by Columbia scouts who were ordered lo search lor pretty girls who could tarry society roles in an authentic manner. Miss Saycrs had had neither stage nor movie experience, but when she showed up for screen and voice tests they asked her to sign on the dotted line. AUTlCLi: NO. 1IH BY EUWAKU C. WOLFE today after nllendlng the wedding of his sister, Miss Margaret Muhan, to Mr, James Htekuum Bell. Miss Virginia Nolen has recovered from'several days illness. •• • Miss Margaret Merrltl Is able' to be out .after a week's illness from influenza. J. L. Guard is ill from influenza. Mesdames Charles Martin, C. W. Affllck and J. A. Leech are in Memphis today. Harvvcy Linn Jlorris. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris, is ill iro:n scarlet fever. Mrs. J. J. Field, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, motored ' to Paragould Monday for a brief visit with relatives. 1 Miss Evelyn Blythc is ill from Mrs. R. N. Ware jr.. was hostess guests for a dinner bridge Saturday evening compll- oUafcc 1'nvycr eetings Manned Plans for the cottage prayer meetings tills week were made al la mcellng of the Woman's ausll- by her father, Mr. Thomas James! iary of ihc First Presbyterian Mahan, and Mr. Harry Klrby was I church yeslerday afternoon at Ihc the bridegroom's test man. ! home of Mrs. Marsh M. Callawuy. Immediately the wesrtin-; i It was also the regular Biu!c study service Mr. and Mrs. Brit !e(t for ' day. a motor trip to Nashville and Chat- I The arc being held Hits tanooga, Tenn. nfCrr.oon. (he Wednesday night Mrs. Bell, who uas Ir.e recipient i prayer meeting will be given in- ot a number of delightful affairs! stead cf the afternoon cottage following tlie announcement of her i mrclings will be held In homes approaching marriage two weeks ! Thursday and Friday afternoon ago, is the youngest daughter of i [orc tl10 evangelistic meeting be- Mr. and Mrs. Mahan. Alter her I S ins Sunday. graduation from the city hieh ; Mrs - Callawny was leader of the school she attended-Lindenwood i st " rt - v tnkcn fro '" llu ' llinth ' lculh college, SI. Charies, Mo., and North- amt mh chn l v ' crs ° ( Romans. western Universily. al Chicago I " where she received a B. S. degree, i Jn vacations and since her return i to 1G P"ly minting her houscgucsU. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ware, of Jackson, Tenn. The place cards announced Ihe Easier holiday and for.Ihc .centerpiece of the small tables there were small clusters of jonquils. An appetizing menu was served in three courses. In the bridge games which followed Mrs. OUo Kochlitzky won tlio ladles' prize, a walnut magazine rack and hgh among the men went to Lee Ware who received a double deck of cards Mrs. Lee Ware who received a' double deck of cards. .Mrs.'Lee Ware was also presented a walnut niagaznc rack. Has Club. Miss Selma McKlnnon was hostess lo the new Night Bridge club last evening when she. cnlerlamcd 12 at her home in the Fisher apartments. In the card games Miss Maurice Gravelle won the prize, lingerie. An Easier nolc was seen in the delicious refreshments served. influenza at the home of her parr cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Greene, '{j-giuer) Jess Riciiey. Friday evening. It was well-presented and highly enjoyed by the j large number of people present, Th.o play lold, in lliree laughable. acts, of the trials and tribulations i of young man who must go to bed at eight cacti evening and then marry a certain young lady in order to inherit a good sized fortune. The cast was:i Aunt' Anne (Housekeeper in Uncle Georges home) Onie Lee Hicklin: Pnie. (the cousin from the country) Ruby Stircs: Mosc (colored servant, of Uncle Ocorge) Raymond Davis; Jake Peters (the cousin from New York) Armand Shrum; Delia (the maid) Helen Stires; Sclh .the uncle from Maine) Earl Flecman; Eddie (The Wild Oats Boy--cauf2 ol it all) John O. Cunningham; Judy (Uncle George's ridvpicd daughter) Opal While; Eva Martin (Jufiy's friend—more or less) Wilson Sellers; Trout (Brne's son, -with "Idces") Weidon McComb. Jat Oil- den (Judy's friend—always) Gladys rediculous") Lrsier Slcvart; Chuck North; Dan Murphy (cook—"ain't it Ben ton (cousin— also ex-prize l Member of the National Cham- j West's bid of one heart is assuredly seuntl and should then Elicnv his second suit by bid- piunsliip Auction Team | ntivj one spade. South continues This is the. last of a series ofjon wilh his diamonds and Wesl, prearranged hands played byiv.ilii six hearls and 80 honors, is the king-niircn ol spades and the kins-seven of clubs, it i; a^7 parent to South therefore- Ilia 1 ., if he now i'jadi liiu ace of spades Ilia', il will be his lr:si trick and . he will be unable lo make- more than his contract of three diamonds, It is also obvious to South thai his ace of spades cannot ba ! lost because there p.rc but four I hearts out agairst him. II he ca;i j induce West into doing icr him., that Vrhich he has tried to do but found impossible, that i-,, apply the squeeze to his partner. the:i he can make Sour diamonds. Sou!:-, therefor; leais the kins of heasls so that Iher; wo'.ild to no queiticn in Wes;'s m'.r.d r.s in Ihe solidity cf West's au ; t. NC\V the o.ucstion arises — v;culd ycu you were West (be honest with CU-vclai'd bridge experts to test justified in rebidding his hearts. • yciirself) refuse to Lal-:r their skill in the- play of cull hands. -Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green arc in Osccola. this afternoon. Miss Sallie M. Crowe and Mrs. E. C. Patton returned Monday afternoon from a visit in Newport. Mrs C. H. Rich, of Moscow, Tenn.. is the housegucsl of her daughter. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims, and her sister. Mrs. R. N. Ware jr. Miss Frances Fcndler relumed to her home at, Manila Thursday after spending the past three months in Indianapolis, Ind., as the guest of Mrs. Jack Newbauer. Miss Marie Moon has returned from Cbnway where she spent the week-end with Miss Gladys Stcv- cnsoiu While there she attended the annual Harlan banquet, of Ihe Specialties between acts were single talking act by Rcy Ruper Clark, of the alumni: a novells fiance by Opal Rutherford and Ruby Patterson: musical number: by the Pn;ett Bros. WEST S—7-6 H-A-Q-J/ - 10-9-0 Dr-10-!f- 8-7 . H—4-3-2 D—6-5 C-M.C-9-8 SOUTH S-.'<-l H-X-7 0-A-K-Q-J-V3-2 C—A-S EAST— DEAtEK S—K-010-3- 8 H—6-5 ' D—fVone c—x-a- 7-64-3 The bid'liii? ofl'cT.: ro!::c very interi?t!!':g arsuir.cnls.. East, the dealer, havir.s n U'.o-suit hand and dilft- While them mav be some ciues- i with your ace cf hearls lion about, East new bidding three • 5' 0 " r 'wo rrmr.ining yc«i hearts- clubs, h;s freak distribution com-i wn cr>- you know Boulh( the de- • bined with Ihe fact lhal West has! clarer, has no more trump? been able to bid and rebid would j East is squeezed o.i Wr-sl'G se:m to warrant such bid. How-1 third lead of hearls by his p-.-'^ ever. Eo'.ilh's three diamond de-i ::er. If he discards the c'.uii •£ ] }^' claratiou Ehmild probably end the | South \vill be able to make his auction, because West''- with lour five of ch'.bs, and if East discards diamonds seems well. ncuK-d; j the spade then South'willftoe-able-; iliou;h no ore could criticise I to i^in's-e two spatie tricks. All it' West bidding (hrep hearts. In any is necessary for South to do is to event, South would bid another: merely follow East's discards, diamond. | 'this hand demonstrates tho Wsst's opcnmg lead is the two; thrill iliat cemes lo tlie expen of clubs. So;ith •..iiinins wilh Ihe'bridge player ai>o,:t once in :i ace. South sec:, that it is impos-; hftthr.o, namely, inveigling your slblc lo make :Mve- than his con-; adversary inlo doing for ;.uu wliao tract of three (iisincr.ds since his! you have tried lo do 2Txl found trick?, i auctio". is trtir ihf.t many cx- . justified] partner has a irickless hand an:l . to be impossible: that is. apply th: ' Courier News Want Aris Pay. quick in op:;:ui^ the Whili- ccHcn! playcri; would o;v^n v.-it:i one spadn because k is the higher valued suit, it is crnial'y true thai a.s niLiiiy experts vvlien holding ^ lwo-s:ii: hai:d. either of which Ls a biddible suit, would indic.i'.e (lifir lor.i; suit firsi: consequent.! At the coi'.ciusJon o£ Ihc eighth ti-.o cl'ib suit, bcin; one ol siv[i:ick, thai is. after Soulii had j cards, wnulrt Kce:ve their first! taken the firs: trick with his ace i (Jure Colds, Headaches 1'cvc; consu'.iraliou. ', of clubs an'cl played out his seven' - - - - ' ' South is entirely too strong to j good trumps, the remaining cards bid ir.orc than one- diamond.' would be placed as follows, ii the he himself has lour losing tricks, i E 1 u -"e to hh partner and thus tin jack of spade;, ihc- kiu^-ievcn ' " !a!ic "" iu l<icd trick. of hearts and the five of club=. ; iCcpyright. 1931, NBA Service, Inc.) However, SouTn should - at least! — " ------ • try for the aciclcci trick. He should ! Courier Sews Waul Ads Pay. Ihtrefcre see uhm v.oulcl happen — -- ---- . by playing ot;: : even round.; ~ ~ '.rumps. LIQUID OR TABLETS"" 666 Cures Iteby's Cold A marriage license was issued from college she has been a parm- | yesterday lo Miss Henry Etta H;ir- iar member of the younger soclctv > { ' ln and Mr. W. E. Wallace* both set. She is a member uf Ihe Ciil ! . ot I)c11 Omega sorority. j * The bridegroom is a member of '. >>'elstm-Hlockcr. the firm. Kirby-Bell Drug company I i!s - Ju<ja Blocker. of Bloomficld ' Out of town guests st the wed- dh:g were: Mrs. Hal Holt Peel, ol Memphis. Thomas who at- i tends Vandercllt Univcrsitv si ' KashvUle. Tenn.. Mrs Jcsia'i r, I Sanders-Smith. Mo., and Mr. Dave Nelson, of Ar morel, were married here ycsUjrciaj by Justice F. D. Walker. Fort and son. of Clarksviile. Tenn and Mr.=. Earl Koontz, of Springfield. Mo. • Her Piles Healed After 20 Years' Mrs. U. R. Mast. 817 South 7lh i St.. Goshcn. Tnd- who was entirely ' healed ol Piles and other Rcclal Trouble niter sutlcring id years. j urce.s all sufferers to \mtc The Her.drlx-Henderson college as the. Thornton & Minor Clinic. Suite guest of Billy Coo!cy, ol this city. I 719. 926 McOee SI.. Kansas City. W. B. Tanner fa attending to' business- in points of Louisiana. Mrs. Fannie Wald and Miss Virginia Morris have returned to Rip- Icy. Tenn., after visiting Mrs. Mary Lee Jones and daughter. Miss Minnie Lee Jones, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes, j ncwed health, accompanied by Mrs, Josiah G. Fortj obligation. Mo., for a neu" free copyrighted book which tells all about hemorrhoids ipilrs), fistula and other forms of rectal diseases and which fully explains a i-afe, Mire. mild[ treatment that has restored more than 'IO.CCO afflicted iwople to ve- There is no co:iC or —Adv. The Marriage of Miss Leys Smilh of Augusta. Ark., and Mr. Robert Sanders, ol Hayli. Mo., took place there yesterday with Justice E. D. j Walker performing the ceremony. Slate. Officer Hcrf. Mrs. Amlc Stutlle of Pocha- honlas, worthy grand matron of (lie Order ot tho Eastern Star, was the guest of honor at, a s|>ccial meeting Monday afternoon. She was accompanied to Osccola last evening lor anolhcr meeting by these members of the local group: Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Blo- meycr. Mrs. W. A. Slicktnon. Mrs. S. P. Martin, Mrs. H. M. Artkiu- son. 'Mrs. J. H. Jones. Mrs. L. E. Davis. Miss Cora, Lee Colemnn. Mrs. L. if. Burnelte, Mrs. Robert Copeland. Mrs. J. T. Alford and Mrs. J. H. Wilson. Have Sludy Tlie woman's missionary foctelvi * " of th? First Mcthcdlst church hati' Havc S« Meetings. the study at Ihe church Monday! Circles of Ihc First Baptist chuich afternoon with Mrs. Ira Gray lead- 'held social meetings Monday alter- cr of the book "The Turn Toward I noon. Peace" Mrs. A. C. Haley offered 1 The first group met al t'.-.e church p ™y r - (with six members present. Mrs. C. The collage prayor mcclhw.- v.-creiE- Wilson conducted the devotional announced for the remainder ot 1 in which she and Mrs. J. W. Bishop the v.-eek. prior to the. cooperative ' oilcred prayers. Miss Cordelia Wil' . . rcvnr.l t o .b3 held for two weeks by'hile led Ihe mission study. prole-slant churches of Ihe cily. Mrs. R. L. Recdcr and Mrs. A. W. i Stephens ruicrlatnrd circle 2 al th iKccder home when nine members Officer* Lleclrd Mrs. George W. Barham. for a;attended. Mrs. Tom Ilcwar.l ns-J number ol years president ot tho: the ICO Psalm lor t ; -c il.-vn'iaml woman's missionary sociely of th5 and Mrs. R. I. Reixkr said « Airplane Carries Trio to Michigan Prison MT. CLEMENS, Mich.. tUPi Macomb County authorities take no chances with Chicago gunir.ou. Tlirec of them—Benjamin Schl- merin. George Miller and John Vincek—were con\1ctcd licre recently of holding up a hotel, ami were cenlenccd to Jackson prison They were taken to Jackjou In an airplane lo eliniiuale any chances of Ihe escort bring held up by their friends. Courier Ncv.-s Wp.nt Arts Pay. From the daily arrivals of fresh new spring dresses We offer— Of I'riiilftl ChiiVons ;ind Cropi-s, Suits ;il onlv Ensembles and Hpnrf Si/.es .i; from I i (<) -l(> Other New Dresses d S at Genuine Grenadine Hosiery Fashioned CliiffDn Qrc and C1 j : JJ ipii'i' lull tl KVKKY NEW \ Al'K.

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