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, PAGE_T\W "" i^ • - -' '~* HIATIlliVJUJ! (AUK.) COUHIKK NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. 1!. Minyard having the Wednesday Bridge club, Ladies Bible Study of Clmrcli of Christ meeting willi Mrs. blurry iiaiisom. 2:30 p. in. Central Ward Parent Teachers. CE-'-ociation meeting 3:0!) o'clock, preceded by executive Ixjnrd meeting al 2:30 o'clock at, school. ] THURSDAY'S EVENTS Armorcl Parent Teachers asw- cialion meeting al 2:30 p.m.. preceded by Exccmive Bonn inettlns 2:CO o'clock at school. Mrs. T. K. Haynes entertaining Thursday Hook .Club, 2:30 o'clock, at the home cr Mrs. Russell Fnrr. Jewish Ladies Aid Society meeting at home of Mrs. Louis Laiisky. 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Everett B. Gee 'having Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. G. E. Keck entertaining Thursday Contract chili. Mid-week Bridge club meeting with Mrs. M. O. Usrcy. Mrs. Hiram \Vylic entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Altar of Immaculate Coneep tioii sponsoring bingo parly, i):00 o'clcck at Catholic Hall. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music Deportment of Women': Chio meeting 3:00 o'clock tit the Club House. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Fnrtk JRichardsoii Weds Alan Stfnutinan Miss Pranccsi,Farris Richardson, daugliter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kieharfison, becsmc the bride ol Alan M. straulman, son of Mr. and Mre. A. .1. Straiitman. ot Memphis, at 4:00 o'clock Saturday, afteracon. The single ring service was rcari by the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pns- tor' of the First Baptist Church, al .his Jionic. Only the parents of the couple were present. 'flic bride.wore n. blue and go)d crepe dress with n brown coat and btwn accessories. Her shoulder corfage was of orange" blosso'ms and gordenius. The bride's only attendant was Miss Aflecne. Leafce. of Memphis, v.-Ji'o wore a gold crepe dress niul n cold coat trimmed' with gray lur. Her accessories were also of Drown anil she wore a shoulder corsage of .'pink rose buds. Mrs. Straiitinnn attended Messick high E^hcol in Memphis and was graduated last year from the Uly- ihfaillc high school. where she received many honors. She was awarded iirst place in exteinpnr- jincous £pea!;ins nt the literary trsj-ic meet in Joiiesboro Japt. Epring, was a member of the H«l Pepper Club, and an ntlcr-dam v.-iien' the football queen was crdy/ned. Mr. Straulman, a Graduate ol Central nigh School in Memphis, is connected with the Whcclinc Steel Corporation thevc. After the ceremony, the couple IcH for Memphis svhwc they will make their home at 1855 Peabocly avenue. Bits of News Mostly Personal While Ihcrc, th'-y «un r Cornelia otis Skinner In' her own dramatization of Margaret Ayrc; Barnes 1 novel "Kdiia. His wife".' Mrs. Allan Wultoii is in | Phis as the luiesl ol her , , Ilcruard Gooch I:; spend- of 1; c>'0 and now or Memphis, who ' ai Methodist hospital ll:ls fc sen' Bishop, and Mrs. ofi'cred prayers. Mrs, Lrelie Moore, the retiring president, presented an electric, world plobe lo Ihe nrraip us u memorial of the work done by the society. Daughter Horn A daughter xvf.r. born lo Mr. :md Mrs. Eugene Farmer Saturday afternoon at the home ol Mr! nnd Mrs. Ira Bohaniilng on East Sycn- morc. The baby, \vho weighed eight nnd a hall pounds, ln\r> been nnmed Jevrln Ann. """".PnUlHlOIHa Falal To MIK. f. [,. Parker, ol Helena, is !)><• KM-si of her iiifCT. Mrs. J. K I ivini;:;lnn ;in:l family for n few days. Mrs. Livingston, who lias Ijfcn ill with influenza | s now mticli Ijctler. V. Ci. Holland left Monday aU- iiiioon for Wasliiiifiton, D. c when; lie will attend to business.' On Ms way home, he plans to stop al Chapel Hill, w, C., to KCC auiUilcr, Miss Frances, who is in i whoal at ihe University there He' will return (lie li ' Wei 1 );. Mrs. V. Ci. Holland nnd her hro-i (her, .lessi- Khaw and Mrs. Suav. 1 ,' of l.iixoru. have none to Eurjorlaj Mi::]., lo visit Ihclr parents, Mr' mid Mrs. W. M. Kluiw. They will jeliini ijumlay. i Mi';. [!. .Medel and her mister. Me:;. Louis Cir,iber. of Coi'iUny, were in Memphis Monday, Mr. and Mrs, w. L. Horner and ron, Jack, spent Sunday In Bloom- iield, Mo., as the guests of Mr. Homer's mother, Mrs. J. S. Horner. They were iircoinpmitccl home b.v Mrs. Homer, who will visit them. O. P. .?:nilh left Mor.:lay for Clil- cjgo (o attend (he National Cleaners and Dyers Canvcniicn being hold there, lie plans to rclnrn at ufc en:! of the week. , Miss chalcnc ctoyse, of Para'puU LltllC SteelC Girl ™ '»<•' ?"<*' of her rtster, Miss Roberta Cloyse. over (he week I Mr. and Mrs. liarry Bailev Mc.-Fimcml services if.,] Fletcher and Jack Il'nlstcad lime ctne to Birmingham, Ala., for n brief visit. Miss Barbara Jones, of Joncs- l.'cro, U:IK the guest of her sister ?,.i.",'i Charles Jones, over (he week end. Mrs. Molly Mcllwain is in Memphis Monday. Mrs, James IJ. Clark and niece Miss Mary Crcwcs Jopliu, of Ca- uucsls of their, daughter, Mrs. Fllis Snipes, and Mr. Snipes. Mr. and Mrs! W, M. Wallace, of Wilson, were ' Ihe week end pui'i'ls of their daujshU-r, Mm. Ed Williams and Mr. Williams. _ „ Mrs. N. F. Knluht is In Mr;m-'Mrs. Berry Jj."rirooks'jr „- phis tills week visit IIIR her daugh-' "y. (cr, Mrs. M. E. West and family.! Ml 'S. Charles Murpliv, formerly Mrs. Ilci '-' '• ing a lew days in Memphis the i;tiest of Mr. und Mrs O Harl-arl. Mrs. Tom Little is in Memphi,- liday v.'ith Mr. Little, who is jjc- n'oiisiy ill at the Methodist hospi- lii). Hi-; condjirai i; uficliiiiif>i>(|. | Mrs. J. K. (ri-ern has been m Utile Hi::-k for Hie n:r. ; t V ;eck wi!li : her daughter. Mi':,. 1,. A. Moore,' (vim undiTHnii ;in appendectomy, la.'il Wednesday. .Mr:;. Moore's co.'i'- 1 dilkiii i:; now improved. I 'flu: erudition of ,loc Isaar 1 :;. who TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1038 (') a night. hh-lhday of her mother, Mrs, John 'lilliand. Mrs. Gilliand was vis- t'lnttvos Friday and when parly Friday clcly for the 1'rcvcntion of Cruel- of the 80th j ty to Animals before a yroiip «f c-ily olficials. The pistol fires a penetrates the brain of the ! ' there, is - Hlightly i improved todav Stcclc-Coolcr Holland Society— Personal Ansv.-iiiii-emi'nt ha 1 ; hern ma Jo ol I!: 1 - 1 m-.UTiaue nl MI;:. ].;va Loasiiu- '« H:u lie C'rrcemvay. both of the . , <!:>". is nnchiinyc! today. Mr. and Mrs. 1'loyd Wliile c '°lt"Jiv,o(iil community. The 1111:1);; ivun performed and G '" Memphis by a on January Presbyterian . .Jchii anil Dick, spr-m Similar > " !i »istcr. After spending several in Memphis they returned to his! )JI 1'araxonld a:; the tiicsts c f Mrs. i ' V'•'•••V mr.l'.-i. MIX. w . }|. .Jours. ! llK ' u ' »e«' home, a larur brick ...i-ioiij mi-re. nc ! Mlss Dorothy Wilson an:| Marion ; "" ll: ' n J llat completed on Ilighwav latter part of the! - v ' of Memphis, were Ihe »aeslsi (;i ' tiolh Mr. and Mr:, <;recnw-iy j of Mr. Grays p.irenls. Mr. mul j''"«- Ili-rrt in cot ton wood to- Mrs. C. M. Gray, Sunday. i "MHO lime. :ind have extensive Amonc those who are planiiin,' to' fsirminu mtere:-ls. altencl (he peiTormance :f "Kin-^l The Woman's Hidjard II" In Memphis Wcdnc-icl ' " " )ii!iht are Miss Alary Bain ,Mi W. Afflick. Mrs. J.' A. Liuvli. and Mr. and Mrs, Harry w. names Unity Black is ill from iuflneimt at her home. Oil west Main vlivel Mrs. A. M. Unit and d.mt'Mer. I'^-i Rul.h. ana Mrr,. \v. j. polliird are in Memphis today. J. L. Armstrong, of" Ultle Dock, in Blyihcville today attending to business. Miss Mary Elizabeth Boram will return tomorrow t» «l. Clmrlcs Mo., where sh n is a student at Linden wood College, she. lias bivn end H'lEELE. "•ore held here smulay iittevnoon for Carliue Pritchard, who died at her home near Steele. The services were held nt (he wnplist church In- 1'ie Rev. .1. W. ciiiinlii«ham, assisted by the Key. M. A. M-.iss"y. j-Jstcr r:l the Methodist church. In- Marriage Licenses tcrnjcnl. was made in the Holly cemetery with the German undertaking compnny in charge. | Cnrline. 8 year old daughter of ! Mr. and Mrs. Cnrlic I'ritchard, had I lived hove ail of her life. ,si>c lutl bren sick 1G days from pneumonia. - . Mis:iion:iry Unirin •" Jiollmi;! met willi Mrs.' Luther Havre Wednrsilav. Tin- jjii'.sidfni Mrs. Uniiye l';H'i;.r, was aosent', the pi-OBi-nm was poblpoiK-d! a brief busiiuw; meetiii" be- m« held. Mr. and Mrs. u-.m;. Uredinus announce the tirth of « win at their home in 31,-cIe. The child has been '••uiioii I'ranccs Kcx. ViiKil Haas, who was omplovec! here for sceral munlhs. h:w riHu'rn- cd lo Ins liome in Marbla Hill. Mrs. J. F. Knight, of Porta»i'- ville.^ijiont last week end with iicr Mrs. nni- causing instant death, and recoils into the barrel, The weapon, which is in the hand:; of the S. P. C, A., WHS manuftte- Read Courier News Want Ads. Fine For Kidneys sns uiriivd home a larjjc nuinber ] inal, ol friends was present, An old i then fashioned, dinner was served. Tile Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Massey have returned home after a two lined in Enuland weeks visit with tiu-ir daughter al Laurel, Miss. Miss Mary Newt Carr has returned after several weeks visit witli Jier parents in O'liflon. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, of Laurel, Miss., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. fjims Mlchie. Mr. Aiuler- I.VMI has been a patient in Cainp- liell'.s elinic, Monpliis, and is rorv much lm])iovcd. Mrs. Clifloii .Vines lelt Satin- day for her | iCmc . 1M Ujcrsburj;, Ttiui.. after KCIVI-M) day.s visit here with her sKlvr, Mrs. Cluster Taylor, and family. Miss Mary Palmer of Herculala. Mo., silent last week end hero IK, of Misses Jlazel McAdams lite fix Tlicm <'lean itinl l-'rce m I'oisoiiuu.'; Acjils and Irene Wallace Bolt Pistol Invented To Slaughter Animals VAKCOUVJSA. JJ. C. (U/V — A "ia]]livi.'-bolt pistol" which may icvoliilinniw iirrcent nicllinri.s i,: killing animals in Miiiu'hlrrlKius- ns v.iil i;s< <ic'jiion.s'ralecl hrn; Ijy Inspector Cirorcc Hood of the '5o- When backache and bladder ir- iiution (;eis you up two or three tinifs every ni»]it l.vtter pav al- kiition lo Kidneys. Don't ' .stall IK them with harsh make-, they are too frail ami deii-{ lately constructed to treat tlK'iii rough. If you even suspect Kidney troii- l:lc, don't delay, i;ct a package of iJGOd oJ<l Ramon'.s Brownie Pills for Uie Kidneys—they are not cx- l-.'.p.'-ivc, only :« cent:^-aiid so (jood <i:at satisfaction is guaranteed or buck. "' = -- -^*".. n.i.j ^,..vu *>'>»i4mui, Ull's I L IMS'^FIV home since the Chrislmas holuhiyn family. Mrs. kni«ht '-in- nr because of havinsr rcconlly muk-r- oldc.-t members Evcr.vlhiug for your enter tainment and comfort. fi \b 3 Mere's disiek Action! rutl-crsville, spoil Monday in lo Ten couple:; hav; obtained licensee (o ivccl from lite Blytha'.'illc cffic;: of Ihe county CDVirt clcvk. since Cihrlstnias. • Manic:; of ..th; 1 couple:; an;l the official or minister (iflirialinj at niarriaae, if listed, follow: \ Oqcr,?e Jiurns jr., and Mis* Anna Catherine irollliiian, both of Bly- thevillc, liy Magistrate '['. I,, c.isst- dy; Cecil Stubbs ami Miss Arlcnc .Ranrjolpli. both of Armorel.by Magistrate Cassidy; Barnes Cconer, of Afinorel. and Miss Marie Calvcrl. of G0511C1), by thi} fiev. T. I), fihe])- her:l; Clcyd !lfin:lley. of Caruthcrs- villc. and Miss Nettie Miller, of Wardcll, by Mxgislralc Sasslcly: Hiyli Blierman jr., of Hcnnllle. Mo., and Miss Fay Ja .lamie. ol Festiis, Mo., by Mnjistrale Cas'iidy: George M:;!dlcton and Miss Ircn? Rankin, fcDth of Clythcville; Herman Oarnev and Miss Jessie Moody, both of Blytheville. by Magistrate ': Jack Pfttlcrscn of Newport Read Courier News Wain Ads, Charier. Cii(!;er jr.. attended liirijipss in Memphis .Monday. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Chambcrsn'rv we rn in Mcniphii; fjimday as the 1 eonc an appeiiclectomy Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mr:;, William I.awshe, and Harry Ray Brooks jr spent to-rlay in Memphis. R. S. Simmons nnd son. William Law-she, are in Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Minyard. n. C. Knappcnbergcr and Mrs. Allan Walton have returned from St. checks COLDS anil FEVER first day Kill Ilii- cold uorriK Hut, ;,|la* vnur ilironl. ami <:ii!s<i mlseraMi- i-oliK At iho llrst sisii ,,t "r,m"th m -,t.i:,-ir,;loivilllX,imite. . Xmiilo J.T ll.:i times morn ncilve bVRi.-Mii!- (| u , \ nnlhilm-i'.nry tMis, l!i.in:niy<i[liiT iMimliir of the Assccia-j IS-mn^-'u^mfS'^ ij'y 5 "•" (i !" ll ' i " r w,is chiof speaker, jo'.'ir'iiiria:. " " '' nu ' O ' ni " EoollK ' s tioual W.-M. U „ ill the aesociatianal mcetlii<' "m ('OtXiK.,,,-„, ,, :Jre . >.,i.^;':nuincm,n«i-— Slccle Friday. ° ' j'.wx'" r /,«iiiH! »> luit s\:as wimr. Kill •'I' 1 ' 1 !"-fms lluroru Ito'v siw.-ul UP |n|<i si- Mrs. Alllla Copclanci was hoste's '."T',:' J'n.«'N inn.i.'roi.cLiij i.n, re . YI«-II , .. iu»il..S| K-tUcbcf UIUT llu l;r>i uar^lo iiitJi •/utillc. Liquid. Tablets Salve, Kosc Drops 'Jtuli-iU.v-Tisii)"-U r »i-l(l's Liniment Hcailarllr, minllli'.s. Knl Misuonarics Lives Studied by Auxiliary "Glorious Living" was the subject of the program given al the Woman's Auxiliary meeting at the „„«„„; , tlrsl Presbyterian Church Monday ami Mrs. Laura Crump ol Hernnn- vvnen 21 members were present. do, by Magistrate Cassldy: Gradv r •Mrs. Fred H. Sandcfur. asaislcri j Cooley, of BlytUevillc. and Mi ny Miss Emma Kate Richards, Mrs 'C..R, Babcock, Mrs. D. C. McLean and Mrs. w. A. Dobyns, was in charge of (lie program. AS examples of glorious living, lives of f.i- .ii""s rmslsnaries were studied MenOjers of Circle. Two. of whicli ifrs. R. c. Allen is chad-man, tcirved refreslmieiits. Lillian \^ec. c ;t t . of Binniiif;ham, ny Magistrate Cassidy; llaymond ('a- rey aiul Miss Kunic2 Branc.h, balh of Manila, by MS'iistraU: caady OPEN FOR BUSINESS (KKlV MA.N'AtJE.MKM'f) NEW DINING ROOM AT UNCLE BILLIE'S TOURIST COURT h'OrjTH CITV I.I.MITS ON ItlGHWAV (it 1 rn-alc Dinni!; Kcom Mcsis . Private Home Cookin- fcira-iai Club Breakfast Hot Biscuit all the Time Pit Baitjccuc- Barbecued Kits Saiiriv:i C h. S ; led Chicken Si: ; di !1E Steaks n-,,1,,.. SniWhC |, ti ' ,,„,.,„, Liinche.5 Drinks hl'LUAL I'AKTIUS lSVlTi;n—1'IIONK 815 PLENTY OF l'AUiaN(; SI'ACE aSJa22S52S£2S u ,•* <- \* f f, s»*C; .#. -and Misi'Ic;iaj7 Society Ha* Click filcetings The Woman's Missionary Socir.ly of (lie First Methodist Church met. Monday afternoon in circle meetings when brief social hours COD- cJudcd the sessioiw. The hosted ccred lefret-linienlo. M;s. Ednurd .fonc^ led the Je- otionals for Circle One which mri at the home ol Mrs. W. L. Homer with 17 membcv& present, Mrs. V. G. Holianrl was ftor.tci; to 14 rrnmbt-rs o! Circle Two v.-hea Mrs. A. C. Haley had the devotional. Fifteen wcie present v.ten Circle Three met al DIP churcli. Mr; James Barksdale was in charge of the emotional. Circle f-our met *.t (r.c home O l Mrs. Harry W. Haino,-, v/ith 20 present. The devotional was le;l bv Mrs. L. L. Hufccncr Siiisiouary rjnicn Has Jubilee Program. Tl:e Woman's Missionary Union of the rirs! Bajitisl church, whi-ji n tnis year celebrating its 50th year of existence, hart a program on the Golden Jufcilco.'when a'l circtis met at the church Monday afternoon. At the Hospitals Mr:;. A. L, Wood was removed fvoai the BlyilicvHta hospital K' her hcinr, 50-1 Nolh Fifth slrccv, j today in a Holt ambulance, j Boblijp IJaiulolph. of Caruthcr.-.- I villc, is a patient at St. Joseph's j hospital, Memphis. | W. A. Victors, of Osceola. !\as j tern adinilled to St. Joseph's hospital. Mcmnrii:;. TOO I..ATJ-: TO C'LAKSII'V Cor Kent Tv.'p uiifurtiishcd i';om.s. pictencd. G)7 I'iirk. Be Careful About .lildren's Coids TREAT THEM ' PROVED V/AV 11 l/'THETITlEOFTHESONG'^aysDick Powell, "certainly tells what I did in filming my new Warner Bros, picture, 'Hollywood Hotel'. Yet during all tliir, work, Luckies never once bothered my thront. This is also true... r t « *>* * .» * / Vv. If r<v. /j\^\ in / $ * y Mrs. A. T. Clear was in cliar^e of the program, assi-trd by Mrs Arthur Nelson, who Inlkcd on ilit "Golden Path." Mrs. Harry l-titl. 7.1u.-, who spoke on the "Golden j Day and the Golden Plan," and! Mrs w. M. Williams, who save a I fhort talk on the "Golden Allies"! Mrs Harvj Brooks, Mrs. ftfore mothers vise VayoRirn U.r.r. ?.nv other medication ol its kind—'hcv have protcrJ it by uc,c in tlv:r own ~ ~ homes. I'. \'.,v; /I.T- -r rrorrd in !.he rWo hrgcr,! mlrts- >[/ , "v* clinic. K'j "rlivin-'"-- I— i\'<. i i'B JustmafsnfreVcipy!?';!: .1 < I i--•! ti QU throat. ciir!::t. a»n back at )»edt!mo. Almost at oner, 1(5 poulticc-and-vapo:- I'.ction r<lar;s to loosen phlcpn*. relirvo ini tion and cout;hiiu?, help brcal: i congestion, or- if n. by jnoi-iiiiig I the worst, of Iha CoW ls OVC1V 2. "REHEARSING FOR -Your Hollywood Parade', my new radio program. LucWca arc the gentlest cigarette on my throat." (Because the "Toasting" process takes out certain irritants found in all tobacco.) 3, "THAT AUCTfONEER on our program icniinda me that, among tobacco expert;, Luckicahavc a 2 tn 1 lead over all olhcrbrnntis, ! lliink Luckier, have a 2 to 1 lead also ninon? Uic actors nnd aci.rcsccs here in 1 lollywoorj," rooks, Mrs. Walter i HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPH MAIH! ", NOW Satikf a£*ory , Wdrh ^, - SdVTHWORTH Over. Joe Isaacs QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES Wo pay highest prices On poultry a I all limes. SAVE fl» MONEY AT «3 4. "SOLD AWERICAH", the auctioneer chants, as the choice center-leaf tobacco goes to Lucky Strike. Men who earn their living from tobacco, know that Lucky Strike buys the finest grades. These men are the . . . S. INDEPENDENT Buyers, Auctioneers and Warehousemen. Sworn records show that, among these experts, Lucky Strike has twice as many exclusive sn-.okcrs as have ail other cigarettes put together. A good thing to remember next time you buy cigarettes. .^f •y us •' ! ^ •-' -_'7&* m !•' Kcard the Chant of the Tobacco Auctioneer? '""•UYWOOD PARADE", \Vedncidav, » p. M., NBC ' "'" i'M.Ml", Salurdoy, 1 f. M., CCS ' PARADE", Mendoy Ihru F/idoy, I):IJ A. M., CSS IMl CEW^Al TIME! * 3Sra SB^^ willi Jiimos KHison, Marshal Hunt, Van Heflin and Harry, Carey. <l!tti C'c:nctly ft , iciorial Admissiun Matinee I0c S- 2fic A (ill i is:-inn N'ijhl ICe & 3f,e ' Weds, - Ttiiirs, Porter Hull, Ed 9 or Kanneiy A Wt,u» «», 9 |» p, 0 ,iucil on P'aJictJ by Alben U»I™ Also rarainvunl Nous, I'ictoiial Ccm?ilv WELLS' TIT. 'J-A STAND THANK FAKGO KK KOJ1ANCE IN YOU, JUi. SlO'l'O Admission Always lOo Jt Wic .Show every flight. Ma(liicr s 1-ri- day, Saturday & Kiimlay Ojily. day & Sunday Matinees sl;\r| 5 ]u<u Saturday Co iliiiuons niiif from I | 0 1JMO p.m. Nijlit shows s(;irt 0:15 p.m. PAL HTS! Tiie. - Wed, - Thar. ^niluILs admitted fnr UK pthc nl I 4 children ailmittfrt (or price of I fsi«r ! lie, Xtalr. Also sclccicti

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