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MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 1933 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society Osceola Personal Marriage Licenses Mrs. J. I,. Williams Kntertalns Mrs. J. L. Williams, assisted by lier daughters, Mrs. R. s. Wilson jr, of Little Rock and Mrs. Pranic Williams, was hostess to thirty-five guests at hor home Friday afternoon for a combined kitchen sltowor and bridge party in special compliment to Miss Virginia Blaekwood popular bride-elect and piece of Mrs. Williams. The interior of the Williams home presented a lovely picture In red and white, carried out In detail in decorations and refreshment course Many vases of white carnations fftwd with bows of red satin ribbon ^•ere used In parlor, living room and dining room. The gifts drawn into the party In a red express wa?on by Master Prank Williams were "allied with ml ribbon, in tlic bridge games that followed Miss Julia Lillard Craig was awarded high score prize, a pair of vases In red and white. Miss Blaekwood won second prize, a salad set In red and while. Mrs. Clarence II. Wilson of Blythevilie, aunt of Ihc lionorec, was the only out-of-town guest. • * * Miss Harwell Entertains Faculty Miss Catherine Harwell, assisted by . Mrs. C. L. Grigsby an;i Mrs. John Miller, were hostesses lo the faculty members and their husbands and wives at Ihe Harwell home Thursday night. This Is n regular cuslom with the faculties of both schools. In Ihe bingo »anies, C. L. Grigsby was winner of most games. B. L. Presson won Ihe traveling prize. Mr.-Prcsson was also winner of the fortune telling contest, and Miss Christine Polriilcxlor winner in Ihc other contest entitled. "Which Age Do You Prefer?" • » * |( -' Dr. and Mrs. Maury McHac of ' Corinth, Miss., accompanied by NMiss Evelyn Bramlitt or Corinth, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant Sunday, and of Roy Bramlitt, of Oklahoma City, who is the guest of the Bryants. 1 Mrs. McRae and Miss Bramlitt nre sisters of Mr. Bramlilt. Lurllne Wilson, Osceola senior, was installed as Worthy Advisor of Ihe newly-organized Rainbow Assembly of Rainbow Gills here last week. Mrs. Prances Bogan of LAIX- ora, grand worthy matron o[ the Grand Chapter of Arkansas O. E. S., for whom the local assembly K named, was the installing officer.. Members of the Masonic lodge and Eastern star chapter who were chosen ns sponsors arc Mr.s. Vera Maxwell, mother advisor; Mrs. W. D. Kelly. b! s sister; J. E. Counts, papa of the assembly. Servin); as officers with Miss Wilson ' arc Lou Ellen Stephens, associate .advisor; Doris Counts, recorder;-.Mary ..Virginia . Segraves, / treasurer; GenevujWages, chaplain: Tt,.£ula. Davis cullom of Wilson, drill K?ader; 'Josephine Frazier, organist; Mary Harriet Silliman, choir director; Dorothy Caldwcll, confidenlial observer; Freddy Smith, outer observer. Tlie seven color points are: Barbara Clinton, Love; Marjorie Miller, Religion; Juanila Lowe, Nalure; .T^/n Chiles, irmmortality; Etna Tfftylor of Wilson, Fidelity; Miirline Hall, Patriotism; Vera Henririx, Service. Faith, Hope and charity are represented by Flossie Williams, Sarah Jane Stovall and Sue Gwyn.. Following the installation ceremonies a social hour was held In the Progressive Club rooms during which a musical program was given by Doris Counts, Josephine prazicr, Mary Harriett Silliman, Lurline Wilscn and Jean Chiles. Meeting dates are the second and fourth Monday nights of each month. by the transfer of I-. J. lo Caruthersville. „ , . T~, ,. ' Mrs. A. W. Ilynl. formerly of Only two couples have obtained lierc , [1|ld of Mei , m h ls , licenses lo well from the Ulythe- ( the week end with v lie ofllcc of tic ' county court T . ,, O , 1U|S u)ld j w . GMm _ clerk In the past week, ' They were: limldy Harron and Miss Allleu Bretton, both or Lux oin, and Charles Gooch and Miss CIIVJHD Hmlglns, both of Manila. Casskly per- tlie second was not listed. 4 Thief Trips Over Fate QDIKCV. Mass. (UP) — Embarrassment won't be needed to make a Qulncy thief's face red. Mrs. Joseph A. Doucette told police someone stole a mattress used by a scarlet fever patient from her clothesline. R*ad Courier Newi Want Ad} Salve-Nose Drops SALVE COLDS price We & 25f Harold lure Weil Scott of Hayti Society — Persona! O. !omc AJnkrrs Snnilay ^i-liool CUss Has l'.*fty 'I'h e Hcinv Makers Sunday £T::hool Chiirch Class of eiiterlained at the church Friday evening. Af- lir dinner a radio broadcast was ijm'ii. Mrs. A. O. Sljlrey, iinnounc- s j. IT. A iimirtet composed of Messrs. lAlgur Hui'i'is, William Khonrie, ^ Ivan Allen and S. K. Nelhery KailB several nijinter.s'; Allss llallle lols nnmlol|ih gave a rending and E. A'exander gave a French harp - K. K. IIis lnsl:iH;illoi] The Navy motif was carried out in tlic Installation services of officers of Ihe Eastern Star held - this week at the hall. Sonny yiu 1 - iwptibt broiigh, Phillip Koiiry, Misses men of Louise Slcele, VirBlnla Cook, and Tlit- Mrs. ,. , . ... .. , -• i-oinse siceie, virBiina cool ll-.s church withi a polluck supper O1| , B<!1 . „„„„.„ C ,,i ertnm0(li , . * ' tin. IJLUIU a:lo. A mens class was oreaniaeil condiictie« with Hey. William Huffman, teacher; Nf. Kinsey, president, Ivan Aland Haul de-ills; Juini's and treasurer. . rs. King, vlec-presl- Barnes, treasurer; Mrs W I nuiK.ii-i-ir .,?.„,.„! .,..., . ' • • ewberry, secretary Mrs. Byrd Cfliniiliiuenteil. Mrs. L. ed with A. Blackard entertain- C. capps, ester; Mrs. G. W. Cook n dinner party Pi-Way mnrtlia; Mrs. Lela Hollenlieck, cl- evening compllmciillng Mrs. A. W. ectn. D.vrd of over the Memphis who weekend. was here matron. Mrs; C, P. Jloward, sentinel, and Mrs. Maude Miller, chap- Lewis will operate a beauty Mr, and Mrs. Cltiy Lewis family are moving to Stcele where Mrs. shop. Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Bulllngton, of Parma, were here Tuesday attending the funeral of Mrs. Mary Anne Plckens. Mrs. Charles Job ivas in Mount Vcrnon last week visiting her sister Mrs. C. J. Wellies. Announcement has been made oJt the marriage of Miss Glcnna Eoan of Doniphaii, Mo., to Russell Gallon. They were married at the .Methodist church In Thayer Sunday, with the Rev. Mr. Nance leading the single ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Beal of Ijoiiiphnn were the only attendant.?. Mr. Dnultoii is connected ttith the Shell oil Company here. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Samples re- Uirncd home Saturday from Little Jiock and Memphis where Mr. Wimples has been receiving mecli- (,al trt'iitmcnl. Mr. and Mrs. Opte Shepherd iirwe-lersi." LOIIK Tlinrsdny where they visited friends and relatives ' Leo Kiiltinan of Los Angeles, Oalif., was here Saturday visiting his niece, Miss Christine Orady. Mrs. B. L. Gutley. of Washing- (cn. D. c., Is here visiting friends nd attending to business. She were not present and will be Installed later. * » « Ellis-Keynolds Aniiotmcehieiit has been made ol the marriage of Miss,Hay Ellis, or Holland to Mr. H. L. Reynolds, of Herniondale, which occurred ' in Toledo, O., on January 4. After a wedding trip they have relumed to Hermondnle, where ihcy will make their home. Mis. Reynolds was employed as manager of I Milter's Depart store, in Osceola, before her.marriage. Masons Installed , ;' ; ' Tlie following officers 'have been nstalied in the local Masonic chapter: Sims Mtchie, worshipful mnfterj-Fraiik'lIarper, senior garden; Deb Frye, junior 'warden lormerly resided here. L. M. : manager Jaco, of of the Porlagevillc, is Ward Grocery .•-tore, now Riling the vacancy left FISTULA Every person suffering from Fis- lula, Piles or olher rectal' trouble is urged to write the Thornton & Minor Clinic, Suite 1219, 926 Mc- ijee St., Kansas City, Mo., for their free book which explains what complications may develop il these treacherous afiltclions are neglected. This valuable book has been prepared by specialists on rectal nml colonie diseases anil Hives full details of the mild Thornton & Minor methods by which more than 48,000 patients have been treated in the ptist GC years. QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices on poultry at all times. $ SAVE O MONEY AT V GAMES MKT. 118 W. Main Phone 93 NOTICE All persons having persona! property should assess it at once. I will be in my office or have proper Deputy at Blythevilie every day and each Saturday at Manila and Leachville. Every store or business will be called on personally. Remember, everyone must be assessed for a poll tax. Assess today. It will only take a few min- ules and you can make sure of your value, R. L. (Billy) Gaines Mississippi County Assessor. Siecle-Cooter Holland Society—Personal Installing Worthy Matron, ;ora Hilllns, of Kcniictt.'was as- isted by Mr.s. Until l.awhon. Mr.s. K. Miller, imd Mrs. Musx'liell liimrn. Officers installed were: ^^^.s. Newberry Jolinsun, worthy inn Iron; the Rev. M. A. Mussey, worlliy iMtron; N. Koiiry, nssoci- initron; Mrs. Alnui Cirlsrain, — . Ituth Ijuvhon, associnte conductress; Mrs. Ciideon Civiv.1, secretary; Mr.s. Ollie organist; Miss Ol«a. Koury, ntirslmll; Mrs. M. A, Massey, warder; Mrs. j. p. Patterson, ada; Mr.s. J. A. Wallace, nilh; Mrs. c. Willie Grati, nssociate , Otto Weaver, senio lip|Koury, junior deacon; C. C. Capi'ls, - senior ; -slewrtrd; ' 'Olli'e Barnes, junior -'.steward; M: H. Parrls',' Tyler••'_ Mnx L. fcelly, scc- reldry; '-ft P.-Patterson, treasurer- N. ' KouryV 'chaiilndi; ll ' Callens, mnfshall. ' • -' ' . :> .. Book-'Oub-Metls - . ,>• . .', i The Book oliib ni'i'tlUB wll bo with fWji'unrj' 2. Mrs. instruments For \] H '\i fH ^ School Bam] Arrive '" mi - PAGE THREE was n vevy large ntlcnd- ;U In New Inslrimu'iits for the lllythc- wlle school biinit have uvrlvi-tl 1>o Imrltoni. ftonis und « nnlr of cymbals him- l^n piiivhiis,.,i wlitch are cx|iei-ti- ( | lo ndd nuu-li ul the bjiiui. which now h.i.i :>:i nn>m- bei-s. 'j'lio new instruments, W htoh mi- but . the bund. . sick for -several months Is able (o be up now. Mrs, John Frame and sister. Mrs, Ic King of Ashvllle, N, C.. are visiting relative,'! hi pohils of Tennessee. Pearson Hudson has left for St. Louis where he will mnkc Ills home. Mrs. Dorothy Harris spenl Ihc week cml in PartngcviUe ns uiicst, of her sister. Mr. 'and Mrs." j. H. 'workman and Mr.s. J. N. Barnes were In Memphis the, Inller part of Ihc week with Mr. Darncs who: is n patient in Ihc Methodist, Miss Elsie Rigus. of Lake CHy.i is making her home wltli her aiinl Mra. H. C. Gibson and attending school. Mr. p.nd Mrs. J., W. Reno celebrated their wedding anniversary with a dinner last, week at the Simpson .Tavern. Their guests 'Were Mr. 'and. Mrs. Jerry' Holly, 'Mr.'and Mrs.'Ncwbcrry Johnso'ii, .Frank' Knrpcr' and Mrs.' Gerald Drooks ( - S. L, Robinson was in 'Memphis Thursday. . ^ . . i • ;.tl.Is. said' iliac* absolutely- pure K'nter-dbes not exist. Its' nearest approximation","-'.chemically., piirp water combined In a laboratory 'Is met with Mrs. very' difficult to prepare. ceit loim'l "Hike imu "(01 In I ea nl' ? V canilvul. , of the inimljer Mooivheiiii, dlreelur «| " pmn.s 10 I'lve ii i'«n- •lllit 110X1 DIOJIIh 1111(1 will ! 'her puhilc uppeiirmifoi '' sprhiK when Iho uroup •'«>• 13 und H. |T -rs. I 1 . W. Colemnu. president; TVnii,. Mrs. L. K. Cooper, und Mi's. 1'. !•'. Mines. McCiilohen, vice |ii'e.sldonts; Mrs - li\fn. Leyon Hurls, secretnry; Mrs. New Mrs. Fred Morgan was In Man- berry Johnson, reporter. The next i,-hl$ Tup.sdiiy Deceiving ini'dli.'al trealinciil. • J. H. Fields Is In Hot Springs Ark., for a month's slay. anci> at the P. T/A. (lie hlsh school lUiditovlum m .um uin.-iniui ol Slei'le Mdiiy tflernooii. lit Is pltimud to uso , are lln- vrrv Miss Lorene nryden, of Caruth- best u f ( | H .| r kinds TOI nil i crsvllle. (>nve n talk ou "Com- Olinile.s c •• • • iniintty Needs and Community Proi-wi," Mr.s. W. B. Tnj'lor. of (itbson, gave "An Individual Kx- ample of Community Progress." Miss Bnellii German aci the iio.slllon ns U-ncher In the Bli-i'le grade school taking Iho place of Miss Viva Henley, who resigned because of bad health. Friends of Mr. nml Mrs. 141 Stoul and family, of Ulboitrn, will regret to learn that their ter, Iiuogetie, who was severely burned, Is ill a serious condition In a St. IxMils hospital. Dale Rutlcclge was taken to the Memphis St. ' Joseph hospital Thursday for treatment. A, M. Wren has returned from the Ulythevllle hospital, where he underwcitt an operation. lie Is Improving. Mtlo a. Atwood hns sold filling suillon to a Mr. DePrlesl and Is leaving for Marlon, Ind,, where he ivlll be employed, Mrs. W. S. Haulcy has returned lo her home In Dyess, Ark., afler a visit here with friends. Alfred Pounds, who was employed In' Detroit, Mich., has re turned home. Mrs. John Hussell who has been W.MININU OIUM'K IN 'HIM CHANC'KUV WJUItT OF CHICK AHA WDA UIS'I'IUCT, 'l'l COUNTY, Alt. i-; n. c.'niiii, piiitn V3. Nil. ClJO'l llnlii- Oiblj. Ui'f.'. The ilolriulunl, lli'ilh' Cobb, l c ; •1'nniixl to Hppciir wltliln thirty •lays In the court innm-d In tin- unitliin hi'rcol' und unswcr the i'i:iiipliilnl. of Ihu iilulniin K 11 l.'Dbl). liutril this ;M day of Jan, ia;i». H. M. <;KAKi, ntcrk lly Hllv.ulclU IMylhr. ]>. c. •i'l-ai-Y-H Mfll Hi'fd (Ally, for Pltl.i Kil 1). Cook. (Ally, A<1 LUlMll.l Club News Notes IS Beware Cough from common colds That Hang On No mailer how nmny medicine: 1 you have tried fur your wnii'li cheat raid, m bronchial Irritation,'you cun [Wl ivlli'f now with Civiimulslnn. 'i'lu' Kliiuly Lain- Home Demonstration Club .surprised Mr.s. Karl lemurs «n<l "it™ vlsl'i'irs*nuT 1-VI-' JvTlMinv 0 ^"'!!"!'' I".- 1 ' 1 "' " r '" > "™ day Slurlt'y Uoll. Mr.s. ,1. r. tlic business Murray Mcllnlley • Hit Usl leu of a washer is its pri forriKincc in your own home, i.i"" '"'*' gUiiriinifc it lilt rcpuin- tuin of the washer iisi-lf. Muyug's filicrn veins of World Lmilcrsliip, ili' i HiWsaiKin of iliri'c million mums, insure saiisfuaion, 'I lir Miiyhin will do a large wash. i»i! in iiitf hour—w;isli everything i Iran wiihmii hand-rubbing or Iwii- i'U!- ll Kim you wusliinjii in lower <\>M (or jiiuic vi'ats, ami ific i.loihi-1 lasi tonuir mill look IICIKT. Invt'sn'iwr tlic one-vim, cost- iiliiiiuimin tul,, Cij-iafoam wjwliing union, seilimcm tr.iji. nml oilier M;iyi;iy iiily.-uitnycii. Mnytays lire available wild (saline Mulii-Motor. <ttk /or ,i Jtmoiittntlivii. • // it 'loftn'l tell itself, Jon't kttpit THENEWMHYTAQIftONER S«v«n llmo, work, and mon»y. Six mod«li al v»tyli)g pncaa. FIDO Irul. ul. Uu> Uoini? of Me.-;. Hipp . . Which i>ov:i I'lfjht ,., Ill,' :.,':il ul thi! trouble mill aids nature (« iflnthu ,i,u| hnil tin; Inllamcd MrBl [md'rai),!"''''" 1 "'"'"'" " n<l lo ltl " s ' 1 " -. 1 i nml hui clKwoliito wore served. 'I'lii- dull uill meet Tui'sduy wllh Mr.s. •!'. T. Campbell. Miss Corn Lee Coli'umn, couiily honu; dem- onslriilloji mjriu. will lie In ulmrtyi of that iiu'i'tlng. T!JH millers of a buek nrc shed Ijcfore tiie deep snow.s of winter. the period whe n he Is In ijrcatesl (Iniiecr from the de|irediillons of wild iiniiiinls. when broiiRht to bay by n wolf, he strike.? with his sharp forefeet. This antlers nre »• ceximl nuuiirestiUloii, MEN LOVElGIRLS WITH PEP refund your numi;y If you nre not thoriini'hly sallsllcil wltli Urn teni-- fitsobtiilncil Iroin llio very, IKnt. licit lo. Ci'comnlslrm hionu wont—not Ask for it plainly, sm, that Uio imnm on the bold,' is Civomiilslmi, unit you ll j'ct I],,; genuine product nml tho relief you want, (Adv.) BLYTHEVILLE APPLIANCE GO. |>i,on c (>7 rut MAYIAO COMPAHY . MANUPACIUUJBS . fouNDto 1191 ta-t-M NEWTON.1OW* IK » order. di women must cn.lotc. "HI" N .°S to K ' 1 ' l '" ul " i '"* '-"'"no"!"! 1: >J" l. (romyoui dru m ]Jl--ino HAVE VOUK. PHOTOGRAPH MADB NOW • StvtlHfnclory W»rk / Low 1'ricts SOUTHWORTH Over Joe Isaacs Special Prices Arc Now HI-NIK Offwul on All Winter Auto Accessories Visit oni- mndi'rii -Kirls & iiwessork'K .sliiro. Ik'i'e you will linil everything ' on eliRlilny \n fiiiililu you lo iiiultc ciwy Hi-luctiunu of votir uiirliculiii- uocils. Cull (iM Tom Little Chevrolet Co. LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. Dealers For G.M.C Trucks and Trailers Offers A New and Modern Auto Repair Shop WK CAN MKET EVERY AUTOMOBILE' HODY, .PRNDER REPAIRS WELDING LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. OldsmobiU and G. M. C. Trucks Sales and Service .107 14. IMA IK ST.. L PHON1S 3 "I AM ONE OF THE MILLIONS WHO "••;• '" ".....- V^^IWI kliW WORLD'S CHAMPION IN POCKET BILLlAm^^ "HEALTHY NERVES ARE A MOST WITH ME!" F OURTEEN different times the news headlines have flashed: RALPH GREENLEAF WINS WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP. In a special interview during his recent championship play in Philadelphia, Ralph said: "I'd say the most imporlant rule in this game is to have healthy nerves. And on lhat score, I think, Camels have a lot extra to offer. One of the main reasons why I've stuck to Camel cigarettes for twenty years is —they don't rufile my nerves." And America as a nation shows the same preference for finer tobaccos that Ralph Greenleaf does! Camels are the largest-selling cigarette in America Fencing experts, too, appreciate Camel's finer tobaccos. As DELA DE TUSCAN, the famous instructor, says: "Fencing is very tiring, and 1 welcome tlic quick 'lift' I get wilh a Camel." JAMES L CLARK, famous scientist and explorer, says:"! always carry plentyof Camels with me into the wil- deroesj. 'I'd walk a mile for a Camell' Many's the time I've done it," "The way these light boats bounce around knocks tlic daylights out of my digestion! Camels help my digestion to kccpon an even kccl,"saysMULFORD SCUf.r., outboard n>otorbo.u racer. HELEN HOWARD, top-fli'ghr spring-board diver, of Miami, Florida, says: "Camels don't irritalemythroat —not even when I'm sitting around in a wet suit, a target for irritation." COSTll • A matchless blend of finer, MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS-Turkish and Domestic. HE IS COUNTED THE GREATEST POCKET-BILLIARD HAVER OF ALL TIME. HercGrccnleaf executes a di'flicult masse shot, requiring split-hiiri oking, and licalchy nerves. And the world's two famous masters of ihe cue - champion Ralph Grecolcaf and the 18.1 balkline "biUiard champion, Willie Hoppc—arc both Camel smokers.

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