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CAGE EIGHT Steelc-Cooter Society — Personal Twenty-two giie-sls attended tlic party given in honor ot Mrs. 13. W. Spencer, of Washington, 15. c., Sal, urday afternoon. Mrs. Aubrey Earls i n'nd Mrs. El wood Brown were lios- • (esses. Refreshments of sandwiches, ice cream, caSc, nnd hot chocolate were served" after a pleasant ; aftcrnoon of games, t Mr. end Mrs. Marcus Umb.iiish, Mrs. Albert Jordan, and C. C. Llm- . baugh took Mrs. Limbaugh to Memphis Monday for irenlnicnt at the Baptist hospital. Mrs. Allic Jones and daughter, Mrs. Bassel McClure, and son, Jimmy, spent Sunday in lilytiievillc with another daughter of Mrs. .Jones. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse King and family,' of Caruthcrsville, were guests of Afr. and Mrs, (.. C. Spencer Sunday. . «iss Qlga Koury, accompanied Jier aunt, Mrs. Simmons, and family, to their, new home nt Hcrrln, ill' Wednesday, : . Mrs, E. Dtinlvant, of Cooler, and daughter, Mrs. Elsie tec, of Mem- Phis, were guests of Mrs. J. U Kl- knrd and family over tho weekend. Earl Tinsley and Charles Trainer, of Cnriithersvlllo, and Misses Jnne Eogle nnd Patty Jordan spout Sunday in Memphis. Mrs. cleo Oarrctt nnd Mrs. Kcb Reno shopiKd in Memphis Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Duke, ol Dcerlng, «ere guests of Mr, and Mrs, Zeb Reno Sunday. R. C. Flakes, j. y. Hiiirman, J. L. Whltlleld, a;id Misses ICnthlccn Fisk, Irene Whiliicld, nnd Estcll Hamilton, ami Mrs. Aubrey Shelton spent Sinidny at Senray, Ar!c., ns guests of Thomas C. wbllflcld, who . Is attending Harding college. Mrs. nob.irt Wells .spent Monday and Tuesday in Memphis, where she was accompanied by Miss Bor- othcn Sillle, who will vlsll her mint several weeks. Mr. nnrt Mrs. H. 13. Miilllns liavc returned after n visit to Clwrles- ton, Miss., and Helena, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Copcland;'of , New Madrid, spent inst week end here with relatives. John Henry Hamilton, of Flint Mich., is visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. D.'Ben Holly, daughter Jo- <*phine, and Miss nuby Marker n-jll arrive over the week end niter a visit in Hot Springs, Ark., for the past three weeks. nock Brittos" has gone t o New Mexico lo see his .daughter Mrs Bailey Campbell, who is seriously Mr. nnd Mrs. Orady Hughes have eone.lo Arkiulelphfn, Ark., lo make tnclr-'liomc. Mrs. Claris* Glllltird was hostess to the Jolly club, of Cooler irlth a party Tuesday atternoon 'There were also four guests present Osceola Society — Personal Mrs. Sam B. Coble, Mrs. R. c Bryan, Mrs. p. p. Travis and Mrs' David Travis entertained at the Progressive Club rooms Wednesday afternoon wltii one of the most delightful affairs of the autumn season. A Hallowe'en motif, employing jack-o-lnntcrns, yellow shaded lights, orange linen card table covers nnd other party accessories In orange and black, besides a profusion of autumn flowers In harmonizing colors, transformed the club rooms to n colorful setting for the entertainment of 84 •guests who enjoyed the afternoon at contract bridge. The number Included Mrs J a Clarke and Mrs.' J., p. p r w c ot " Blytheville, Mrs. c. K. Richards of Memphis, who is the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. C. B. Driver and Mrs. Georgia Wiggs, of Memphis, who Is visiting her niece Mrs. F. P. Jacobs. High score prize, a blown glass bowl on a re Hector, was won by Mrs. Harry Driver; Mrs. Guy Bry- nnt, was awarded a hostess tray for second high score; Mrs. Ceo". CREOMULSION J kMCfcor^ . . refuiiJ yew •A^^iftto C 0 U C H S Ballouc and Mis,? Virginia Florida won low score favors, Mrs. Balloue receiving a sandwich trny nnd Miss Florida n pottery bull) container; and Mrs. H. L. Qulnn won the traveling prize a while and mcta powder container. Members of the Prcsbylerlnr. Ladles Auxiliary met Monday nf- tcnioon at the home of Mrs. Oco Uoylc for the weekly study lesson Mrs. Carter was lender. Fourteen members of the Methodist. Women's Missionary society met nt (he church Monday afternoon, competing uidr .study of ji text on Japan. Mrs. n. M. liheu- biisli was the leader and members contributed to (he pro B rnrn current events about the country. • » * Circle meetings of the UapUst IVomnns Missionary Union were "•hi Monday afternoon, with cir- jle No. 1 nice-ling at the home of "is. R. II. Stevens and circle No, 2 at Ihc home of Mrs. W. M Stew art. >*-~ i - -- • - "- .....i. ,,. ,*i, ,^n;\y_ hnch circle made a study of woik rlone nt (he Southwestern University at Tori Worth. Mrs 'u II. Jones lend Circle No. "i ' •"-••«* wuviu IXIL Mrs. Cieo. Deere Circle No 1 monthly Roynl Service nnd The PURE Chilled By Frlgldalre Safe - Sanitary Hnt - 7c Quri - IZo CRAIGS DAIRY Phone 74 m , ---J'" ^ti.i^u IllL-cung will be held next Monday at. Ihc home of Mrs. r<lif Tucfcer. * * • Mesdnmcs n. c. Moorehead w '. Segms. c. M. Harwell a n SCKraves, an<l Margaret Barblers nUeiided the Methodist womcns inbiSlnnnry zone meeting in rjiy- Ihevlllc Wednesday. Mrs. Hush Hughey and |, cr hi™ i <I; ""; J " C '' S|IC c 'ny. who '" 1 have been he-re for n visit of scv — (ARK.) COURIER NEWi, Wilson Society — Personal The Itcv. nnd Mrs. n. M. Ixs entertained the stewards of the Methodist church and their . wives lit a dinner party nt the Community Club House Wednesday night. They were assisted in entertaining by Mrs. J. A. Merrill ;ind Mrs. W. M. Wallace. Quests were Mcssr.s. and Mcjidnmcs C. I,. Illrd. J, C. Cnl- luni, J. H. Ciillum, K. t>. Cnllum U. E. l/'c Wilson jr., j. II. Craln, W. O. Card, 1|, [(. Kulllvan, H, L iSSlas. H. G, Pnizlcr, John En-' , Dr N, |i. [,;ll| s , tt . K . wood- «lilc, Miss Onrulyn Ciilliini, o. M. Cloud, nnd Ih 0 Kcv. Sam li. wiu- ns. Mrs. J. If. fjralii wns hostess to the members of the Wednesday Bridge club this week, when she; ciitcrtalntd one guest. Mrs. -one Murphy. Mrs. y. c. liiandon iii'ld high score. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. M. Hill j r , nr o .he piircnls of a seven ]H)iiinl daughter, ijorn 'I-iiewluy. s| w ], ]ls i^,,,,, lamed Joan Helen. ^ Mrs. Uose Randolph, of Atlantic -'Ity. N. J., hns arrived and will be he guest of her daiiKhler, Mrs O . Hill Jr.. at, Marie, Ark, C. O. Williamson, of West Mem- ibis, visited friends here Wcdncs- lay. Mr nnd Mrs. li. E . lloycc and , MLw I*iii<| a . j ( ;f( (0( | ny CJI.S, Mr. nnd Mis. J. fl. Lovewell Ml this aflernoon returning t< their home in Allniita. M.irijnrel Ijuilon h Improvint after a week's Illness at iicr home here, Mrs. n. C. Hrynn nnd Mrs. Mn,-si Cnllawny returned Moiulny fron hi Dornclo, where they attended i '"cetlns cf the rtrk BI1Sfls synod o Ihc Presbyterian church. PAINESVILUJ, O. <U1')- After two years of Icdlous labor, Anno. entlila hn. 5 coinplclw n delicate homc-mmic telescope. The instru ncnt Is 55 inches long, lo Inches h diauieler, hns n six-Inch reflcc- .or; There are nenrly l ow mlllloi Jews In tills country. 666 "la, TnMfts S.ilve, Nose Drops Dlweks Malarln In X ,fay s , Colds Irsl day, Headaches or Neuralgia in.30 mtnulcs. Fine I.nxalivc und Tonic Most Speedy Remedies Known S A V E EVERY YEAR you use I HAT'S the beamy of own- Ing « genuine Kslnto Hc.lrola — the longer you uso h, iha morn you snvo. Cms furl cosls from 1/3 to 1/Z. Use it winter after wititwr without « penny's repair expense The Hcntrol» is betlcr built, more scientifically buill. It U the most widoly liseil honi* healer in the worlj. Woliavt «ll Iho latest models.' Lot in show you why tho Hentrolt Rives you a belter mn (ot your fuel money. Hubbard Furniture Co. Wt MOKE-IT'HOT FOB YOU "I'lUJ SIJFFKKHKS TAKE HOPE" "A generation of nlniost mlr- nculoiis SIICCCM In overcoming the oldest, most liopcloss n|>- iwarlng enses of nil forms of piles is rcsiMnslMe lor Cross Salve's honest guurnnlci;...(» i-IOirr nm , j,,,,. or K ( V(! you lln- most Kraleful rrllcf yon evnr «ni'ili-neril In your life, or j-our money relumed without n question being naked. Me & 50e at all (Icnlcrs. The Ci-oss Snlve Co, Inc., Marlon, Kentucky." for St. Louis, where they will ba I he guests of Mrs. Boycc's sister Mrs. Merln Kendall. t5 , slst "' MI.M Mnfjorlo 1111), wno ndends Ccntrnl college, nt Conwhywln „ rive , today to spen.i the yeek c" ,1 M imf " arc Mr ' nn<l Mrs ' °Mr. nnd Mrs. o. M.'nm Jr will hiive a slhelr fiuosts Sunday Mr nnd Mrs. c. I, crcsson and ™ Mrs "!n| V S""" 11 ' ° f J °<™. Mrs. john DU.S. of Memphis, nnd Mr.s. James nerry, of Scarey . P. Ciillinn and famll iarksdalc, who have Ur. and Mrs. James Fall, of Wcsl icm])iiLs, returned yesterday from C V will l» guests of Mrs Pill's' Parents, M,, nm , Mrs . £'*• ™» -Icr, for Ihc week end ' Mr. and Mrs. W. p. WJbo , Mr and Mrs. Hudson Wren atten I'd in danee at the Peabociy 1 otrl at Memphis Tuesday night. Kerosene Killed I'AlNESVflJJi. 1 , o 14-month-old iml Mrs Claude n Hs h tw l|. (1 lc i >ncr drlnkln, kerosene o)1 a ' ccl ™ Proshcnn the mouth & ..Soothes the throat VICKS COUGH DROP' Friday & Saturday MAT. & WITH—lOc - 25« John Wayne in a Thrillinjr Adventure of the Km-!y West TRAIL BEYOND' Cartoon St'riiil—llin Tin Tin, Jr., in "The Wolf ^—— Sunday - Monday MAT. and Nite—lUc - 25c wm Last Time Today 2:30, 10-2!>c Nile (i:45— I0-.15c IDA. LUPINO and KICHAH1) AHLKN ill 'READY FOR LOVF Comedy - - Musical Short _ _ Novelty Heel ^_WTOBKR 19, ^ FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEFT. Saturday Only Miitince Ik Ni(;hl—lOc - 2S THE COWBOYS WHO FOUGHT HIN ///learned to fear.WmJ. THE GIRL WHO SHUNNED'HIM UUearned.to loye.himi", GUERNSEY CATTLE and HAMPSHIRE HOGS > A 'S fllHl'^K" 8 '•°' nt lbWai ' li h ' 8 ' 1Cr 111avkc ts fO- HE WAS GAYOSO FARMS Horn Lake, i\Iiss. i ' J « m c a CAGNEY JOAN BLONDELL v i c T o R j o « r FRANK CRAVEN !:4 HP ,->A \. You heard Miss Ferguson highly praise SWETipUREROUR i ai the Cooing School this week SWEET AND PURE IS A TRIO SUPERIOR FLOUR FOR EVERY BAKING NEED Get a Sack Today at lour Grocers and you too will become an enthusiastic booster for Sweet & Pure The CRAFTON CO. 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