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PAGE TW<? BLYTHEVILLE,(ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY,25, '1038 Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS 'Mrs. W. J. Pollard liming (lie Wednesdny Bridge Club. Thursday Bridge Club meeting With Mrs. Roland Grcon. Cotillion Club meeting at 7:30 l>.m. at American Legion Hut, Ladles' Bible Study of Church of Christ Reeling with Mrs. B. F. SheHon at 2:30 o'clock. * - Nrsi, Christian Churcli having congregational slug at the social' haU, 1:38 p.m, , ' Chapter "D" of P. E. O. meeting with Mrs. C. S. Stevens, THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. Louis Cherry having the • MM-Week Bridge' Club. Thursday Afternoon Cluli meeting with Mrs, Eddie Regenold. Mrs. Ross D. Hughes entertaining the Thursday Luncheon Club. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mi-s. F. 13. Joyncr. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Stated meeting O. E. S. at 1:30 p. in. at the Hall. Woman's Club having general meeting at club house at 2:1)0 o'clock following executive board luncheon. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Has New Members Mrs. Homer Smith and Mrs. O. D. BiifEngton were the two new members present when 15 members of the Woman's Missionary Society of the lake Street Methodist church met Monday at the home of. Mrs. F. M. Sweet for business session. : Mrs. George Dysingcr was in charge of the devotional. Prayers were offered by Mrs. W. L. Grcon,; Mrs. Sweet, and Mrs. Iverson Morris. • * * Flan Kiiigo Party A bingo parly to be held January Third at the Catholic HaU was planned nt the meeting of the Altar of the Immaculate Conception, Monday. Eight members met at the home of Mrs. John F. Lcnll for a short business session. Complete plans for the bingo pariy will be announced Inter. B.-uightcv Boui A daughter was born Sunday to Mr.' nnr! Ate. R. J. Lemni of Sand Springs, Okla. The baby htis be-in named Oretchcn Elizabeth. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lcmm nrc well "known? Jwre having visited and Mrs. Jolin P. 'times. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hicks am: daughter, Gloria. of Paragould •hiiie exhibition lasl wek. Tlioy verc accompanied home by Elmer S. LauGhlon, Haverhtll, Mass., 'who ' cf this morning for Hot Springs. Victor - Craig has gone to Long liracn, Calif., where he Is planning to make his home. Mrs. W. Leon Smith and children, Jack and Miriam, have returned home after a visit with Mrs. Smith's parents in I'h'.e Bluff. Luxora Home Economics Cottage Almost Ready I.UXORA. Ark., Jan. 22. — The Home Economics cottage of the ' Hayli Society — Personal C. W. mid Miss Alice Grady anil untie, Leo Kiillman, of l.os Angeles, CMIIf., spent Sunday In Mcm- phlii and were accompanied horns by Mr:;, clamii! armly, who has pital. . verc lhn guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman yesterday, Glen Learn is ill from Influenza at :uo W. Walnut street. Mr. and Mr.s. Walter st-egall of Jackson, Tcnn., were here this week a p-llciit in .si. Joseph's lios- -: ""•,'„ i ->ncr ami ,1. "•!. Wahl. of Carnthersvillc. returned .Saturday ..uxora hiRli school will be ready! l Ioui3 ' wliri ' c '"'"' Jor use, within Ihe next tew days, J r e «Ived Icclrnenl nt an Eir, Most under the direction of Miss lviv] nn <l Throat clinic. Mr. an<t Mrs. Angolu Mahoulis Nnv Madrid .Siinil.iv .is lests of MIT. MalKHilis 1 cousin, illiam llanspire. M. nnrk'ovlt/, and son, !!o!>, of Sunday here with his aunt. Mrs. Landscaping of Ihe grounds , * in •'«"<*»<>«> Sat- Cmbtrce. < It is 11 iiiodcni dwelling with 1 living room, bedroom, dining nook,' V.ath, foorls and clothing labora- • lory, and cafeteria. The exterior' „ r^r of Mr - "- M - ss ^^^^r^i^-^vi: ™^ W. H. Mill) EH [1. I costive ot colonial time's ' Ucrm:)l ' Martin, of Arhvrd. Event Mks Mildred Aloore olid Mitchell .r-V .. umcs. . , „„,„, .„ , ._ Best drove Miss Mary Jo Hall and L "" C ° ttaBC lm bccn ""'I"" 16 ' Miss Emily Smith, of Keimctt, to Cape Glrarrlcan Sunday where they are students at the Southeast Missouri state Teachers College. Miss Hall uncut the week, end here with her parents, Mr, and Mrs, A G Hull. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. HoWnsoji mid daughter, Susan, of Cape Glrnr- dcad, arrived Saturday to he the Riicsts of Mrs. Robinson's mother, Mrs. A. M. null, nnd family. Mr. Ftcblnson returned to his home Suiiday. while Mrs. Robinson nnd Ciisnn remained for a longer visit. A. H. Craig of Rlpley, Tenn., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. p.- L'^sforrt 'nt Clear Lake tilts week. Mr. and Mrs. George Shfbley,' late c/f Copper Hill, Tenrt, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Slilb- lie. home of Mr. and Mrs. And! Webb Saturday night for a parly, Mrs. E. D. Uoyd is ill. enrolled in the city schools' fcr the ne«' semester which began Monday. The exact ligures arc not yet, known, hut will be announced ea BOOH as an accurate check up has been completed. A course o>i "Safely" will be offered in the Blythevillo High School tills semester for the first time. The Kec, who recently attended a safc- Kee. who recently attended a safety school held In Little nock, and will deal with such problems as Kondal Fisher is confined to Ills || 0 w to drive an'J observance of Sleele-Cootcr Holland Society—Personal home by infhionxa. traffic laws. Mrs. T. S. Cooper, who has been simi i ar com . ses ave bciug O i [e re:l 111 fur several weeks, is slowly 1m- throuhout, llle statCi ., movement proving. and Mrs. Lmnlc - through I sponsor ponsored by the state group of the Am( . r i(. aJ1 Automobile Association, Tom ixiv Hiike spent Sunday in Memphis Ulc Cc , ltcmi i a i Commission, and tvilh Mrs. Tom Lewis, who is re- (he Hi gi urav Department. cuixrutlng from an appendectomy! ' _ ll 'c Methodist hospital. New Students Enrol! For Second Semester A number of new students were Vermont leads all other states of the Onion In marble and granite production, / Twenty-five per cent of all feld- jpnr used In the United States is produced in Maine. "Slic bays 1 i;olta slay in an hour." "Scnes you riglil. passin'notes to I'cg. YOU oii(;litu lie ashamed! Koxt (inie you pass 'cm to mcl" i was followed by the mission study • conducted by Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. Piiiyers were offered by Mrs. Harry Brooks and Mrs.' Alfred Carpenter. Cherry pie and coffee were served by the hcsler.s. Circle Three nisi with Mrs. H. E. Btiiylock at which tlmrs Mrs. John Buchanan conducted the i business and the mission .study, Mrs. T, L. Cnssidy led the devotional, nnd Mrs. H. L. Chambers and Mrs. Jim Brackin offered prayers. The hostess served nut .rend mul coltec. . 'J hit teen luembers and three visitors, met with Mrs. Theodore Demonstration Club News Notes Retinishiivg their floors Is a win ler job for many Mississippi Counts home demonstration club members It can be done without much ox pense. and (he homcmaker is wel repaid for her ~ef forts ill Ili2 im proved appearance and the ease o cleaning smooth, polished floor? Lent! many .;'.Sp(if Fcsl, Planned , ,, A EOII.T test, which will feature the. singing- of old hymns; will Ixi htfla at the social hall of the First Christian church at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday night. Logan when Mrs, Roy Head was in charge of the business and mission study. Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford hnd the devotional and Mrs: Malt MoungSau and Mrs. R. L. Rccdcr led.!In prayer. A sandwich plate ivas served, Mrs. Tom W, Jackson was in rhtirpe of 'the mission study of Circle Five which met with Mrs. Ncy Hunt, There was one new member among Ihe 15 present. Mrs. Trer,5a Allen had Ihc dcvo- To add variety to Ihe program ' Ionn1 - nml Mrs - Hmu conducted E. M. Terry will give the story of '" '""" " '""'"'" " .ono of the old hymns. Daughter Born A daughter was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Mcrel Whitcliead. The baby has been named Carylon Ann. Mrs. Whitchcad was before her infringe, Miss Nell Lunsford' of Hidgle'y, Tc-nn. • • • Has Bible Study An all day bible study \vas eon- dueled by the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church Monday when IS members ol the group met at tile .church. The subject ot ti'- -.'M'. "Solendors of Grnce", was based on the book of Epheslnlis. Mrs. B. R. Allen, leader, was assisted In teaching bv Mrs. H. G. Davirispfi, Mrs. C. M. Gray. Mrs. Ross Stevens, Mrs. D. c. McLean nnd Mrs. R. c. Allen. Mrs. C. R. Babcock, president of the Auxiliary, plnycd pinno selec- lions throughout the program. Mrs. E. L. Spradley, chairman of ,-ocial activities, was In charge'of the luncheon. The meeting, which began at 10:00 a.m.. was completed at 2:30 o'clock. .ho business. Mrs. Jackson nnd V.ts. Maxwell offered prayers. * » > Trnininif School to Have Special Program A moving picture, clcmnivitriilitij the work done at the Methodist. Young People's Assembly held at Conway last year, will be shown at 8:20 o'clock Wednesday night at the First Methodist Church, by the Rev. I. A. Brumlcy. of Conway. The Rev. H. Lynn Wade announced today that the shoeing wilj Ire held at the class intermission of the training school bein<; held there and would be open tc the publi:. Approximately 1CD hnve enrolled in the training school which \\as Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration asciit, has announced In giving instructions for this work she says: "fleors that are to be rcflntshcd "'wmW first b2 cleaned. If the floor has been waxed, the wax may be removed with gasoline. For the, best results, Miss Sybil D. Bales, extension specialist in home Industries. University of Arkansas College of '<!rirniltnrc, advises sandpapering the entire door before applying a coat of varnish. A second coal of varnish may be necessarj'. In this case, the floor should be gone over with sandpaper after the fust coal I ley. From here they will go to Lux- I oia where they plan to make their' I home with Mrs. Shiblcy's mother, Mrs. G. A. George. I • Drs. Carl nnd Edna Nies attended the West Tennessee Osteopathlc meeting Sunday at the Hotel Peabody in Memphis. They remained "cr the Jan Garbcr program at the Orphetim. Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. Wil- iatn Lawshc arc In Memphis today Emmett Colvin left Saturday fm St. Louis where he will enter Washington University. He has been "attending Arkansas Slate College a 1 Jouesboro. Mrs. Ernest Roe and daughters Betty Lee and Mary Sue. of 'Mem phis, were guests of, Mr. and Mrs E. B. Woodson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Penn over the week end., age n unit in clothing sclec- icn and construction will be of- ered tor adults in Ihe coinmun- Scout News Boys Girls Huffman " WiUiiim irulfman and Sunday where Ihe Rev. conducting a revival meeting at the rmplbt church. . Ernest Halscll police chief and Yarbro News 1\\x Ytirbro W. M. IJ. held Us monthly social meeting Thursday nftcnicoii at tiic home of Mrs. Henry Pollard. The 27 present sang a song antl were led In prayer by Mrs. Ross Moore. A series of rcad- ""•d •••! iV£nnn.3tnl Dollars" was city judge at a meeting of JR of. thp Boy Scouts Monday night nt IhVqiirisltan Church Holl. During scout week, which be- in's 'February C. the (•ovcrinnent as chosen city (ivcn , M ^ William Gucnn A Holllngswor t h . Bunch. Mrs. Mary Mrs. George Moore, "Mrs. Sttiriand Hunch and Mrs. Claude Gcrklard. Refreshments of sandwiches, iced drink? and hot chocolate were served. The business - ,. -.. -', •••- "— i line were served, 'inc Business of the city will ba turned over to I meeting of the »ronp will <>.- Mi! he scouts, and eaeh troup will i liext -mutiny at u lc home of Mrs. wild city oftces. It is at this time , Zoa Thompson. (hat Unison will takeover lii.s dul- Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Llopl enter- ics as police chief and Gucrin will j tnincd a number of their" friends become city judge. . . . with nn into rmal party Fridaj • night. Read Courier News want Ads. A number of friends gathered a lew drops up each noslril a) l/io first sneeze Hemorrhoids-Piles CURED WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTEED Safe, Burr; and ullh less discomfort. All diseases ami conditions of nervous origin, foot ailments and sl;ln cancers (reaped arid cured at our clinic. DKS. NIES & NIES Ostcoiiathlc Phone 98 lilyllicvlllf, ^ Mrs. c. Lewis Wilson and daughter. Anna Lou, visited friends a relatives here this week end. Betsy ECU, dnuglilcr of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bell, is ill at her home from a Ihroat infection. Ccnna Wunrlerllch. daughter <jl~ Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich, i> ill at her home from Influenza. W. J. Wunderlich jr.. 'who has been quite ill, is now much better, i Mrs. Farnsworth Black and Mr 1 ; w. M. Hobiuson. of Cape Girar doau, who is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. M. Butt, and family this week, are In Memphis today. '•Mr. and Mrs. ,1. Cecil Lowe aivl has dried thoroughly, and then the son. Jinitnic, were In second cont applied. When the i Sunday In order Ural Mrs. ]_o»a cocond coat is dry. the floor can be ] might take a treatment. wnxcd to cnmplelc the work." Luxora High School Has Who's Who Contest .lUXORft, Ark.. Jan. 22.—In a recent Who's Who contest given in high, school thn following students were selected: Era Stanticld. prettiest girl; Alvln Hicks, mast handsome boy; Siliman, cutest girl; Ed- ttniteri Sunday. The cnrollmcut ls| Wnrrt W orslcy. cutest boy; Grade marie up of representatives fronu^,, c!nrk . U est girl athlete; Alvln Machvme, Manila, Dell. Oaniell. | i n=k bcst ho a( ,, lc , G , Riverside. Oscctfn Luxorn, Yarbro ,| L( ,- "c, n| . k bcs ' t and Premised Land. The school will continue through Friday night. At the Hospitals lorn Craig, teacher In the Dell all-round girl; Alvin Hicks, best all-round boys; Fcgglc Sllhnan, best drrtswl girl; Helen Anders, sweetest girl. Herman Lynch, most polite boy; J Edith Mr.Daniel. wittiest girl: Ed' ward Worslcy, wittiest boy; Mar- . the vest of the day with their nephew. Ronald Sargent, iif MHllnglon, Tcnn.. who is in Die Methodist 'hospital there. Sunday nlghl. and Monday they were the guests of Mr. Lowe's mother, Mrs. O. A. Lowe, of MiliingUm, Tcnn Earl Parker and J. F. Nolen returned Saturday from where they attended a coin inn- chceks COLDS and FEVER first day Hrnitaclir, 3(1 minutes. Usa Meeting Mrs. Elton W. Klrby led the devotionals at the meeting of (lie Woman's Missionary Society of ttie First Methodist Church 'Monday afternoon. Mrs. Murray Smart, who' played a piano solo, and Mrs. George M. Lee, Mrs. Paw] L. Tipton,- and Mrs. Russell Fair, who sang two negro spirituals, appeared oh the program. Fellc-wins the devotional. Mrs. Fred Hnnna. presided at a short barlness session. » * * Sofl Born X. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Phillips at their home on the Armore) road Monday Afternoon. school who recently underwent an gji'l; 1 operation for appendicllls at the ijpy'. Blythevillc hospital, was removed j, ir 'i.' tha Kale Bryant, most Mircastic to the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Llntrip today In a Cobb ambulance. Long, most McDaiu'cl, Lowcrine. .sarcastic happiest happiest The baby, who weighed I en pounds, has not yet been named. boy; Dorothy McMurly, most timid Mrs. Hubert UtVey. o! Tlc'.lnnd. was dismissed from the Hlyllicvlllc hr-,oll.il today. Mrs. Ilertic Webster was ri-iuovcd from the Blythcvilic hospital yesterday In a Cobb anilxilauce. to the home of her sister. Mrs, Allen M"T)v, at Gosncll. Mrs. S. H. Salmon an r l infant daughter were removed from the Blythcville hospital yesterday to their home in a Holt ambulance. Mrs. darn Jordsm was remove;! from the Blythevillc hospital t/> her home today in a Cobb ambulance. Miss Mildred Owen, of Manila, was dismissed from the Blythevillc fiirl; boy; S. C. Maxine Ingram, most timid Brlllnin. neatest girl. 1 Martha Kate Tiryant, biggest fill I; Billy tjoiig, biggest sheik; Dorothy McMiirty, smartest girl; Hhvaid Worslcy, smartest boy; Gracie [,cc Clark, best sport; Hennnii Lynch, most popular boy. A baby will breathe more easily if nc pillow is used. Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops Try "Kub-BIy-Tlsni'MVorlil's «l«l Liniment Billic's Beauty Shop has been reopened under the management of Miss Rosellu Leach who will be H.^lstcrt l;y Misses Knlh'ryn Walpole antl Georgia as oi)erators. I'hnnc 215 for Appoinlmcnls Mirslonary Union llto Circle Meetings The Woman's Missionary Uni hospital today. Mrs. L. C. Fisk, of Hermnndalc, Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. Ronald Wells was carried . -._-„ lo the Blylhrvillc liospital Eatnr- of the First Baptist Church mcliday afternoon In n Hauna am- Monday afternoon In circle meet- jiiulnncc. ings at v;hich brief social hours! ' concluded the . sessions. | Read Courier Hews Want Ads. Sirs. A. T. Cloar was hostess to nhic women, including one new membqr. and one visitor of-Circle One. Mrs. Leslie Moore, chairman lor this'group, .led the devotional and presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Harry.' FrUzius was In charge of the mission study, and Mrs; Arttvur Nelson add Mrs. Frtt- 2lus led In: prayer. The hostess tened talted ri^t 15 , cake, and tea. ARE YOU 31 1||irro ONLY A 74 WIFE? Men can never underelaod R mle-> wlte who Is JoraWe for throe weeks of tn« month— bat n hell-cat the fourth. No mautr l\ow your back »thM— no raatttr now loudly your nervea acr«m~<tob't take it ou^on your liuitin^. Kor thrc« gentrations ono wotnin lisa t - •- - nea fdlted n^t', cake, and tea. "other i,,,-* to s« "miiini Srwith" iiih Mrs Ray Small wis In charge I Ki»N«IlJ! l i l ll I °'*» ( «. t ' u T c " > K po H" d - II of the devotional «hen Cirele Two tnetrnt .the: home-of Mrs.. W. J. with 12 present ln- .nen member end one vlsltoi Mrs Walter Bishop presided al the business session, which ofaer* which women must eadme. Moltf i 'note NOW lo eet B bottle of Pinlthsn,'. IwUy WlTHOUTTFAH./roin Jour aruittut—nuni lh»n » inillfcm.womtn Vwh VEGE ATTENTION LADIES PRICES FOR STUDENT BEAUTY WORK Rhamptio, Set & Dry . .Sr.c Wd Sri )5c Hair Cut 15<v Neck Clip IOC Oil Shampon .We Oil Treatment ISo Vtrmancnls SI.IW, SLIS Fcrmancnts J2.50, SS.iO llalr t)yc With Ret ..51.511 Henna 1'ack, .Shampoo rlurtfrt I,-, Colur Rinses I0c facial r,0c ftlanictircs ?.-„. Oil Manicures Mr. ' Arch I 5c All AVork Is Under the Supervision Or Our EXPKRTvS AN1? IS GUARANTEED You May KuroU in Our Beauty School Now! NOTICE Miss Haiel Ltieas Is now conncctca ivllli the Eajle. Beauty Shoppc and will be glad to have her customers call on lier for the same citcful attention and prices as before. Eagle School of Beauty failure 2nd & Walnut Phone 31!) THAT plains wliy experts prefer R many _ ycs> . Uc.cc a sfflofccrs as , mc all many [og other B *out $2,000,000 .n money. °Timc after time Vve seen Lucky Strike get *c prettiest tobacco . That's one reason 1 v

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