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-PAGE TWff. BLYTHBVILLE (AUK;) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY M, 1038 Enlfrluins Club | Mrs. C. W. Garrigan entertained ,the Thursday Afternoon Club at ihe'r home yesterday. The prize, hosiery, went lo Mrs. perry Rothrock. A salad plate was served after the bridge games. Club Hcs Guests Mrs, Thomas K. Marian and Mrs. James H. Bell were guests of Mrs. J. A. -Leech when she had the Thursday Luncheon club yesterday. She used spring flowers for the centerpiece of the dining room table, where lunch was served. In the bridge game which followed, Mrs. R. F. Klrshner was high. and'Mrs. Byron Morse, second High. , ' . • •. * Has Club''Party A colorful centerpiece of sivcet peas and other spring flowers, contrasting with blue glassware, was used on the dining table when the Mid-Wecfe Bridge Club met with Mrs. Cecil Shane, yesterday [or lunch and a bridge gnnie. . In the card panics, Mrs. B. A , Lynch' won towels. • * » • Friends Celebrate •* Their Second Birthdays 1 Freddie Gore and Charles Ra> Hall, who play together daily, eacl had birthday parties during tiic past week end when their sisters Donna Sue Gore nnd Nettie Hose •Hall, whose birthdays like theii brothers, are close together, were among the'guests at both allairs Charles Ray's party was Frldfii night at his home and Freddie had ills on Saturday night at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, H. B. Oakes. At both affairs, the candles on the birthday cakes were lightec and blown out by the host and tlien»relighled and blown out by his test friend. Ice.; cream was served with the cnke. and at the party Saturdaj nighti the children received mnrsli- niallotv snow men as favors. Puts Other Hats In Shade Benefit Parlies Tlie Jewish Ladles' Aid wil Bits of News Mostly Personal FLAPPER FANNY c COP«. ISJISVhEASEfi Vl«. INC. I. M.GCC U. S.PAT, < By Sylvia Mrs. John p. Lent!, Mrs. Claude King, Mrs. T. L. Ilcaion. Mrs. W. H. Glover, ami Mrs. J. P. Friend spent Wednesday In Union City, Tcnn., us guests of Mrs. 'Hcatuu.ii inollicr, Mrs. W. F. Co|>elaml. Mr. ami Mrs. W, A. Edwards and F, C. Toler returned Wednesday (rom Fulton, Mo., where they attended the funeral oi a nephew. Chnr)c.<i aiwnnls, who died ilicre Saturday. Mrs. Dick Lewis and daughter, Shirley Anne, of Cnruthersvllle, are here visiting Mrs. Lewis' parents Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Elliott. Dr. Paul L. Tipton and Jess Horner will rclurn today from a hunting trip to Pocaliontas, Ark. Mrs. otlls Roiish rmd daughter, Siiiidni Kuy. of Muncie, ind., are visiting relatives here. li. K. Lie Wilson Jr.. of Wilson, intended to business here and at Arnicrel yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. Brartshaw and children. Aline and Gerald, who formerly lived here, but now reside in Forrest Cily, will arrive tomoroiv lo be the guests of Mrs. C. O. Hires and fiunlly for the week end. Mrs. N. F. Kiilght is ill at her . hnm c on Hearn street. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley, Mrs. IB. D. FergiTson and Mrs. E. A. ; | Goodrich were in Joiner Wednesday night to visit tile Cooleys' new grandson, David Newell Cooley, Do yon think tho chnpuiu creation worn by the University of Chnt- tnnoogn's pretty Genie Lon ring-Clark, above, Is any more' fantastic limn any dozen or so lists you will meet ou Ihc street any day? Look t,i!UU nny uutbll \Jl OV iittt-9 juu \\iii liJtci/ Uli tin. am-^L tlllj U«J t l^^ivn i - • - — —•. closely. The hat is made from one white lampshade, one bnlhUiu "!" rstlBy / . , , . , , .. . ,, I Mrs. B I and his parents, the Rev. and Mrs W. F. Cooley. Mrs. Joe E. Beasley nnd Mrs. Fred Child were In Memphis plug chain, one shoe tnce, two paper clips and a skimpy bouquet ot artificial flowers. The co-ett wore it all one day in Chattanooga— and created one Impression. A wajtrcss stareil enviously. provided entertainment after sup- sponsor two benefit parties to Ix held 'Sunday night at Luxora. A "party for the men will be a the -;home of Mrs. A. Llvernnl, while, the women will be entertained at Mrs. H. Kurt?; home. Various card games will be played and refreshments will be served. ;' . ^ * * * B. Rip. Clnb Has fits Mettinj; Mis Peggy Burke and Miss Sarn Lou AfcCutcheon were hostesses (o the B. P. P. Club Wednesday afternoon at the Burke home. Alter a short business meeting and 'program the hostess served a plate' of pimiento sandwiches, potato chips, pieties, cookies and hot chocolate. Tee group will meet next week ••rith'uliis La Fetra May. * » » Kalph Farrar Heads Ullk Theatre Group Ratph Farrar ^ras elected president: of the Little Theatre in its weekly meeting Thursday night at the City HalL Other officers elen- ed were James Edwanls, sice president, and Miss Mary Louise Sow- Thc other meeting was rt wiener feast for tho Christian Kndeavov's young people. Miss Eugenia Crawford nml no'jiM't. Herrick -,veie ;uest-; of the group. Dart ball and other games were played. Carulhersyille '<: Societyf-.Personal, '• " « it : : Virginia BlackvVOOc! To Wed Jettic B. Driver Mrs. Bill Crihfleld, of OsceoJa, was llic guest of Miss Mary Cath- spcnt criiic Martin Wedncs<lay. Jack Flnley Roblnsoi Thursday in Memphis. Mrs. A. Conway is In Osceola today ns the guest of her nfece, Mrs Godfrey White, nnd family. Mrs. c. O. Langston hair retum- | ed from Cleveland, Ohio, where CSCEOLA. Ark., Jnn. 14. — Ol \ shc visited her daughter, Mrs. C Interest Is the aiiouncement mndej i{ - Wroten and family. Mrs. Wro- totlay by Mr. nnd Mrs. Dwight II. lcll ' s y°«ng daughter has beei Blackwcod of Hie engagement cf their daughter, Virginia, to Jettle 13. Driver, which will take place early in February at the home of the bride's par- enls in this city. Miss Blackwood, who has resided in- Little Rock, t Blythcvillc nnd Osceola, Is descended from pioneer families, long prominent In eastern Vacationer's Delight bcli "N'o\v, ttou't net candy all over it. I bad an snvliil time iniikin' my mother irlicve. those ret! cimumon \lrops weren't lipstick." Hayti Society — Personal Sunday nnd visited Mrs. Ir Ecnson, the former Mi.«s UHic Hnnspire. They were accompanied home by Mr. Benson. Teko McCollum is confined lo hLs room by infiuenza, Mr& L . A. niacuard. of con cord, was here Wednesday visit Ing Mrs. John Walters. Ths , Rev - T - , L - Brcss , of .P" 1 former pastor of the Mcth here lucs named Mary Alice. Miss Adele Lauaston. who accompanied her mother, remained for longer Eaplisl Circles Meet. i The Ruth Randall Circle met Wednesday ^ with Mrs. LcRoy «"f<: church, was Baines, when Mrs. a. C. Martin, "-'"'"S mends, conducted the devotional and Mrb. Mr. and Mrs. Cletls Vaughn ant Jake Sllles was' In charge of the! son were in Holland Tuesday vis- program "Ruth Randall, The Mis-! King Mrs. Vaughn's parents All slonnry In Bra7.ll." Mrs. Stiles was and Mrs. J. w. Collins, assisted by Mmes, Ben Biadcn and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Curry, o: El'.ncr Lewis. | recri:ip. were here Sunday vis ; The Lena Lfllr Circle met with'Ming their daughter. Mrs. Leon- Mrs. Frank Foster with "Baptist ard Teaster, and Mr. Teaster. Schools and Hospitals In Ogoboiu-' Elmer Clark, of fit, Louis, spent 50. Africa" tho subject of the pro-j Thursday with Mr. niid Mrs. Mack 5ram, under the direction ot Mra.j Vaughn. He was accompanied '.Jci! Hamclliack. She was assisted home that evening by his wife |i'- Mmes. Joe Hiiber, Frank Fos- nnti diuighter, who had been here |cv and Viola Culhwi. j for-two weeks. ; .The Elsie C'nr circle n-.el. at' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lellcr were )J:c home : of Mrs. Cl.irtys Moore., in Cliaflec Thursday attending: n i.lrs. S E. Nellvvy had chargcj business meeting of the ChafTce b: the dcvc,timi.ii ;v.irt Mir I'aul Ice nnd Cold Storage Company. A dimming while evening eown Pen Desk Set Given To K. D. Carpenter A pen desk set was presented K. D. Carpenter, former secretary- Ireasurer of the Arkansas-Missouri Power corporation, who resigned recently to accept a position with the Middle West Service Company of Chicago, as a farewell gift from his fellow employes at a dinner given last night, at the Hole! Noble, Pink candles and spring flowers carried out the color scheme of pink and blue, and attractive menus marked the places [or the guests. A seven course dinner was served. Thirty members of the Arkansas- Missouri power corporation, including the heads of (lie departments and (he general ofllcc employes, were present, A friend of Mr. car- prater's, John olcbofl*. of Tcxar- kana., was the only out of town guest. liarman Taylor, as toastmastcr, called for Impromptu speeches from many different ones in the grout), thereby providing (lie entertainment, 'rite final s[>cech was a short farewell talk made by James Hill, of the corporation. Turkeys Driven 206 Miles ARTESIA, N. M. (UP)—Dr. E. P. McCcrmick of Artrsia emulated the trail herds cf the cattle kiu^s of tile old \vcst when he drove his l.SSfi turkeys '200 miles lo market lit El Pasn. Tex. He lost only one bird on the journey. CAKD or THANKS We Wish to lhaiik our friends for the kindness ami beautiful flgr.il offerings during our recent bereavement of our aunt and sister, Mrs. M. L, Bradley. Mrs. Lizzie Harris and Family. Everything for your enter taituncnt and comfort. Hi! visit with her sister nnd family. Miss Betty Lcc McCutchen was brought .hqnip tills morning- from the iiaptist hospital in Memphis where, %{ recently' 1 underwent'- V appendectomy. She 1.5 now con- vnlesc'mjj at her home. of Mississippi County nnd stntn highway commissioner. Her grandfather was the Intc John O: Black- wcod. prominent, lawyer, member of the Arkansas legislature, and •sort her. Have Nt Son Mrs. Mar)" Louise Sow- | en of Holland, secretary. j Entertains for Son A ccDHBittee was appointed to deride oa a three act play for the group's next production. Mas Alyce Nelson is chairman of the conKBittee, and Miss Mary Blanche Gar and Miss Louise Dobyns will Jolly SlaIrons Meet Mrs. Clyde Bailey was hostess to members of the Jolly Matrons club at her home Wednesday aftcrncon. After the usual number of progressions at rook. Mrs. Evelyn Iludspetli held high score and received a gift <--c«>»e of bath rags; Mrs. Noel Earnhart. second high, was given a blooming potted plant, and Mrs. J. E. Green, who cut for consolation, received a card table cover, travel in Europe, and a year of Mrs. Bailey served an attractive Ispeclnl study in dramatics at King- plate containing sandwiches, mould- ] Smith Studio School in Washhvg- ed salad, pickles, cake and coffee.: ten. D. C. j Mr. Driver is the youngest sou }of the late Mr. nnd Mrs, Jettic Clem Hill entertained for Driver. The Driver family and Ills ; son. Jimmie. on Tuesday maternal ancestors. (he Bowcn _... ...... . ......... _ ..... . Arkansas, Her father. " Dwight "H. Mr - ami M ™. J. H. Grain, of Blackwood. was n former slicrlir Wll «>«. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane Thursday night. Mrs. Lewis Graber. of Cornln!;, nrriied today to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. Jiedcl. and Mr. Jicdel, for several clays. founder of the Osceola Times.! Wrs - w - H.'. Clover, Mrs. G. If. After grariualini; from Sullins Col- I ^rcar, Miss Kathryn Orear, and lege. Bristol. Virginia, in 19'JO, she Mrs - s - E - Webb arc going lo attended the University of Ark-1 Memphis Saturday nncl will be ansns. Faycttcville. had n summer's i nL - 0 »'Panied home by Mrs., drear's niece, of that city. ceivcd a gaily colored balloaii au:l sucker. Ice cteam and birthday cake wr.s served before Ihc little The Rev. and Mrs. w. F. Cooley. guests departed for their homes, formerly of here and now of Join- ! * * * cr. are now parents oi a five w:cks ] fcnlmrl Club Knlerl.iinerl old son, whom they look into their | Miss Gracilc Mocr c entertained . . iltcrncon. She imitert ten of Ills family, were among the pioneers liitle friends in to help cclebral<- (>r Mississippi County and played his fourth birthday. The children nn important part for three gen- played indoor games and each re- orations in the development of this Milady's Hat Target For Humor in 1880s home Wednesday. jtiic members of her Contract club Tne baby has been named David at her home on East Fifth street. Newell, the Newell being for the | Monday evening. There were two B«v. Mr. Cooley's grandmother, tables of players" present. Mrs. John ;. Emma Burney. who was Miss McDormhl received a compact as Newell before her marriage. * « » Clnb Meets Mrs. J. F,. Hasson entertained the Thursday Bridge club yesterday alternocyi when Mrs. J. T. Phillips won the prize, hosiery. Sp_ring tras the motif of the hljh sccre prize, and Mrs. Edward James, who held low, was presented n pair of pictures. • * Mr. and Mrs. Pierian Kor.l'eis aurt baby daughter left Wednesday for St. Loui.-,. Mr. Koppcis will cuter (be si. Louis Infirmary for exnmi- t'cclion. He was grnduatrd troin Csccola High School in 1031. attended the University of Arkansas. FayeUevillc, and Washington nnd Lee University. Lexington, Vn. FollowiiiR Hie marriage nnd 'an extended bridal trip they w m make their home in Osceoln. where Mr. Driver will be engaged in bus- ALBION, N. Y. (UP)-Mllady's nit long has been n target for hu- nor. Fifty years ago the Orleans Republican had this story: "Wcmankind Is already beginning lo prognosticate about fall bGiiiiets. and worry whether to have them constructed on the cight-stcry principle, with hasc- mciit nnd stcplni'ider attacliment. or one story with a veranda." party, which was emphasize-;) in nation an.;! possible treatment. the seasonal tallies. A jalad plate was 'served after the games. -<• » *. • Kntcrtain Club Mrs. Charles L. Wylic was hostess to the Thursday Bridge club yesterday afternoon at her home when Mrs. L. H. Moore wt> n the prize, guest towels. A'salad plate was served. * * * Diiujhlcr Born ' A "daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs..- James Ballard Thursday morning. Th e haby, who weighed five and a half pounds, has been Catherine Maurine. Floyd (Pat) Patterson o! Marlanna. Ark., spent- Monday morniuir in this city. Mrs. Marion Barrow and Mrs - Mrs. Ballard was before her marriage, Miss Elizabeth Jordan. Edward James spent Wednesday ailernocn in BlytheviUe. Mrs. Chas. G. Ross spent Wednesday in ocnalh as the guest of relatives. Mrs. Myrtle Humphries of Mem . nhis arrived Thftre.1ay. and will I visit with her brother. Tllford Pat- I tnc-c and Mrs. Patmorc for several Mr. and Mrs. Tilford Pntmor left Thursday lor a visit in St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Curtner Pierce went Tuesday and Wednesday In Memphis. At the Hospitals Floyd Bradsher. of Manila, wns •MliniUcd to the niythcvllle hos- illnl yesterday for treatment. Tom LHtlc lias been admitted o the Memphis Methodist hos- Itinilinj; I'crrcls fkirrrd O UELI'H. Out. (UP»..-iHn S ;il uniting of rabbits by the use of ferrets is banned in" this district. I'lic WclliiiRtnn Fish and Game Protective Association hns railed on provincial pollen for help in s(oi>- 11? the practice becnusc of the threaloncd extinction of rabbits. Chilslian Church Has;Social Meetings Tommlc Tipton and Bruce Fishc; spent Wednesday afternoon in Blytheville. Mrs. Chas. G. Koss drove lo Dy rsburg. Tenn.. Thursday and snen ^•"-I.UWV.UI M»L.«.»*LI&3 . . I ., , ~ ^ l . Two social meetings for the tnc a y ' purpose of getting acquainted with the ijew pastor of the First Christian'. Church, the Rev. Geo. W. Potlerson, and Mrs. Patterson have been held at the social hall of the church this week. • The Adah Gordon, new study Rroup of tho Woman's Missionary Liquid, Tablets Society, sponsored a supper Wer;-1 salve, Hose ncsday night, at which 60 mem-1 Drops checks COLDS and FEVER first day Headache. 30 minutes. Lyons .presented the program, "Our Work Among 'hi Jews in Pa'.fs- ihie.' F -Mrs. Lyons was a:«l<tcd hy iths. Wm. R.indall. i,;t7i,VBle. No..,4 nut at iho liomc of Mrs. V\V."C." Scott. MrsT'R.' L. 'Gilbert v dpencd dm meeting with prayer 'and conducted the devotional. Rose- Marlo'.v was cluscn the name - of the ciz'cle. She i'iis a Missionary In China. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Hnlloway of Detroit, Mich., who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Curtlaud, returned home Wednesday. J. Fred Blnnkenslup left for Los ••Angeles,' Calif.,''Thursday to spcrcl (lie winter.' Mr. and Mrs. J. b. Wright drove lo Conran Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jeffries. Enroute home they stopped at Porlagiv . ... ______ „. hew circle, No. li. was organiixd! vlllc and veiled Mr. Wright's sis- H'ith Mrs. \V. C. Scott us clialr- Icr. Mrs. Ororge Riigsdalc and his Mrs. Mnry Mnssey, co- nian,: chairman; Mrs. Daniels, secre- Mrs. T. F. Crooms, treasurer nnd Mrs. Roland Crooms, personal service chairman. Mrs. Hayes had charge of the devo- tathcr, B. F. Wright. Miss Christine Grady went lo Memphis Thursday to b= v/ith iier mother, Mrs. Claud Grady, who is in St. Joseph's hospital as operated on Thursday for gall- tionnl and Mrs. ^Gilbert discussed stones, work and object of the W. M. U. 1 B - *'• Harara, who has been in The Willie King Circle met wllii' ""' K r °ccry business since lost Mrs. D. Prewitt with 15 present. September, moved liis stock o! Mrs. Win. Huffman opened the merchandise lo Cnruthersvllle meeting with prayer and had' where lie will open a store, charge of the program, "Baptist 1 Thc Rev - J - R - Bulliiigton, of Tracts." She was assisted by Mrs. 1 P;>r "i ! '. was here Thursday visit- Cecil Walking.' '"£ friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. Climlcr, Sims, of Stccte, have moved here. that will lie among the smallest at any southern resort will right In style next spring and slimmer for dancing and dining. Cf .'.oft crown rayon crepe, it has u sa;:h with colorful embroidery on the ends and a new sciuaie shouldered bolero, trimmed with mnlcliiiif; embroidery. Fisli sleep, and sometimes can be handled without, wnking. Admission Always 10o & 2lic Shaw every night. Matinees Friday, Saturday & Sunday Only. Friday & Sunday Matinees start 2:15 p,ui. Saturday Continuous snowing from 1 lo II: (0 p.m. Night shows start G:15 ii.m. Friday - Saturday Cily Cracks Bonn on Tippltrs ALAMEDA, Cal. (UP)—All intoxicated persons hereafter arc to be photographed and fingerprinted the same as In booking criminal cases. Police believe that the photo records will aid in law enforcement. Read Courier News Want Ads. Dr. Edwin N. Barren SUKGKON-CHIUOl'ODIST Rock . Mrs. Tim Samples went lo Little Rock Thursday to join her husband wiio has been in llic Brinklcy hospital since Sunday- Mr. Samples Is to be operated on scon. , Mr. and Mrs. Angelo M.ihoulis, Norrls Englc and William Han- rplre motored to Rector. Ark.,1 QiiSfCOLDS *^ --.Distressing symptoms quick ly rel icvccl . . . rub or ; ERQVED Av'jj \Vill l:c in our Store Tufirfay, OPEN FOR BUSINESS (NEW AMNAGEMKNT) NEW DINING ROOM AT UNCLE BILLIE'S TOURIST COURT SOUTH CITV LIMITS ON HIGHH'AV fit Private Dining Room Music Private Booths Home Cooking Special Club Breakfast Hot Biscuit nil Iho Time Pil I!arbce:;o Bnrliecued Ribs Sandwiches Fried Chirkrn Sizzling Steaks Italian Spa-hctti pnilirrs Lunches ' Drinks i, PAIJTIKS INVITKO—ruoNK sir. PLENTY OK PARKING SI'AOK IS. Phone 139 Tor appoint mr Floyd A. White Shoes & Hosiery of the congregation were pres-ITry "Kub.M.vrTism'i-Wcrld's .e\H. The singing of old favorites Uulmcnl CORRECTION Through an error in our advertisement in Thursday's issue of (he ('curler News the price of Country Club Rut- (cr was rpintert at Me r*r lb.. whcrcns the ad should liavc rfad: BUTTER, Country Club, lb. 35.' The pike oT Oranges was atso erroneously quoted al 29<: jrcr rtozcn, whereas the pr/cc shoufrf h av e been IDc per Piggly Wiggly and Kroger Stores ATTENTION LADIES PRICES FOR STUDENT BEAUTY WORK .Shampoo, Sri ,fc Dry ..25c Wet'Sri ...JHc Hair Cut 15c Neck- Clip IOC Oil Slmnpnn 50c OH Trralmrm 75c Pcrmanrnls Sl.nfl, 51.15 Pcrmancnls $2.59, $3.30 Hair ]>jr- \Vilh Sd ..S1.50 Henna r ac v p shampoo eluded Cclnr llinsfs in- r. Facial - 0( , '^ Manicures . Oil Maniriiirs'".]' Brow & l^st, i) >e ";'' jn- .75c 25C 75c Arch All \V«rk Is Under the Suncrvision Of Our EXI'EHTS AND IS RUA .50c ,:i5e 15c You aiay Enroll in Our Hcauty Schunl NOTICE - - - - iMIss Kaiot Luoas la now comie^tcd with llic V^Rlo K Slioppc and »i)i be glad to Iiarc her customers ,- a u „,, for llic Mine careful nlttnttou and prices K ticfnir. Eagle School of Beauty Gdture . Cooper lildg. 2nd & Walnut Phone 319 W. wins romance * "IVf with V,V1mg son 9 ! Also Ciirtnan A Serial "Kadto I'atrol" Sunday - Monday PAL RIGHT! Z Adults Admitted fnr Price of 1 Iff37's GREATEST HEART-STORY! wiU. JUDY GARLAND "S»u MICKEY RODNEY tM&SOPHlE TUCKER iW*.? 10 - AUBREY SMITH jjyHC RONALD SINCLAIR VjlJ_.? Produced by Harry Rapf » ".Meet the Maestro" u Adinission Jfatincc Itlc & 2fio Admission Night IGc & SGe Saturday Only 'i«i««tflW»«*L. 'ssf with William Koyd {Hop- ulotijf Ciissidy) and George Hayes. Alvo r:irtnnn & serial "Myslcrious I'llol. ' Continuous >h»win;. Adirission till 5 p.m. In,: & 2(ic -Idm.s; i 011 after 5 p.m., lite & :ilc Sunday - Monday WflLTER PiDfiEOH DircctoJ 6, ffitlwd T rtcJica; fcv Uuis D.li Also I'.iraincunt News & .HSlMv IFIDDt-ER-S t'EKSONAMtY PA' K.1DK. ^rtniiMlou Kicndny .Uitinre anil NlSlit Ifir A. .nj. AfJm. Monday Matinee. He A ^ r Also FOJ News « Comedy' j Conltimous^slio^jnj; si

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