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•LUTHEVILLK, .(ARK.) COURIER NEWS SociiJ Calendar SATORDAVS EVENTS Mrs j A beech and Mrs. C Wi ' Afflick hav Ing bridge lui>- chj^h at country club, l P, M, ' Miss Anna Margaiet Wood Bride of iReuel W. Builei Miss Anna 'Margaret Wood, of Ltixoriyand Mr/neuol W. Butler of .Hope, were united' in man-Inge at the Pirsl Baptist church of Iruxora .Thursday 'evening at 6 o'clock Dr R A Ktmbrough, pas- tar, pf the church, snld the ceremony. • Jane Cowl dahlias against background, of autumn leaves were used to fashion an ImpioUscd nl- tar befoie which burned white tapers In cathedral candelabra Kneeling nt a prajet bench • which »as accented with gieat Nrtilte iulJe tons and flunked with tal baskets of dahlias, the couple sale their \ows A plogram of nuptial music preceding the cereihonj was rendered by, Mrs c B Wood, the bride's mother, at the plnno, Mrs Hives Allen, of BljthcMllc who 'played the \lolln, and Miss Elizabetl Harrison, of Helena, who sang Mrs Wood plajed • Borscius'e from Jocelyn,' with-violin obligate Mifis Harrison sang Ah, Sweet Myatcrj of Life,' by victor Herbert, whfcn was followed by n Vio- Ifti. solo, "Traumeri; bs Sclui maun, rendered bj Mrs Allen. immediate)} preceedlhg the ceremony Miss Harrison sang 'i Love Sou Tiuh," bj Cnirie Jacobs Bond, and foi the processional Mis, Wood plajed Mcndclsbh Wedding March The wedding march from •Lolicngiln was used lor the recessional The tapers wclc lighted by Miss Ruth Dillahunty, of BIHhcvllle, Who woie a model of apilcol ihce Miss Evaljn Scott, of Memphis' as mad of honoi, wole a gown of rust satin and carried n hand bouquet of Fernet roses Her hat was of brown malinc with gold clot), trimmings Carijing out/the autumn coloi schema Miss Etho- n an , gowl1 of n.ri U l" l t Of hrmA n " mwt ™ ° UC1Ucl of Tasmh roses Miss nettle Sue Mlmin, of bron , ' , t ' rC cessorles " l(lfcWa ami Battered r Biby Named. The daughter horn last Siimlny to Mr.- and Mrs. Matt Monaghan at the Memphis, Methodist hospital, has been jiamcd Koscmary. ' Mrs Monaghan ',ind baby will leave the hospital Monday arid will urobbly return . home th e last of the week Mr. Monnghan will g0 down for the weekend. • •' « ' iul) Has Guests. Mrs. Hairy kirby and Mr.f. A. B l''alrncl<l were guests of Mrs, M. 0 Usrey when she had the Mld-Wcek Bridge club Thursday. After the Ivvo course lunch, llicrc were bridge games In which' Mrs. w. L. llorncr won n Miidcrin table nm! Ml ' S; Kirby wo " A pink arid while' motif was iised in the decorations of the- small luncheon tables, • . « t • Ouests at Club..' Mines. Pred SniKlefur, iriram Wy»e, Fred Uuthcrford and Chester Ciildwoll were gticsts of Mrs, Joe) uinndlcr when she cnlcrlalned the Thursday Bridge club. The prize, hosiery, went to Mrs Rutherford. A snlad plate was Eci-vcd with coffee. ^ ; • • « To naplize Son. Prlwirts of the Hev. ami Mrs Stuart II. Siilinon lire invited to M C ii I 1 " 5 "' of tl10 "' so »' Jol »» Mellcrsli, Saturday afternoon at 2:30 oclock. Tbe Rev. J. il. Cunningham, president of the Presbyterian Seminary at Louisville, Ky.. who is conducting nn evangelistic iiiecline at Ca- niUicrsville, will perform t lie ser- Football Queen Ciuli Sleets. The Thursday Rook club was cn- ?'"" U y Mrs. n, B. Nolen this cck when she also had as her guests Mines. A. M. Butt. John Feathcrston, T. H. Hayncs. Chnrlc . B. M. MattWt,, Gates, J. \V. ISader, G. 3. • • O. Goodwin and W, C S. Ijung- llronzc cltrysiiiuhcimims, gold mtrlgoltls and tin-key tallies cm- >nnslH!il (he Thanksgiving mollf Pumpkin pie, lm(s alu , ,.„„<.,. ' ervcd. Mr Se^r^^rriHS the University, heir home in . MissesrWlrglnla Martin'and Jenny Wreil •Dillahunty, Who arc at- leiidlng Hie university of Arkansas at Faycttevllle, ai-e sixuuliiig the weekend at home. They will rc- tiirn lo Pa'yetteville Sunday. .Mrs. Allan Walton went io Memphis todny for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Berry B. Brooks and family. Mrs. J, iv. Dolcti is visiting 'In Jone.sboro. Scott Harris has returned from a business trip to Memphis. Crawford Greene and son; of Little Rock, are here for several days visit with friends.' Mr. Orcenc addressed the meeting of " ' ' " principals of schools at : will Mr.i IHmocrat.c Woman's CJub Metis 'uo Meets ri _ . !i ™«' connei The Democratic Wonmn- ni" tlD l >artl " oll t of education. e 'd its reeulur „,„.,':. s . llll) -Mrs. Howard Proctor Aftcf to these amendments thl? club Friday each month _ » » Bryinl-Andfrson Announcement h-vs bc Cn n ,ade of anVd?^) 1 ?'" 1 ° f Elha Smitil fci- M '£ i *? Of Mr and Mrs. W. also 7 hi V Ir Glcnn A ^™n, t J S S Uy Thc ' T^ emm > c V°™'me The bride-elect was s month. Bits of Mostly Personal superintendents and Mississippi county ^,.^,0 Shaivnee last evening. They be here until Saturday. „„-. Orecne. who was for several years superintendent, of the city schools Is nan- connected with the state Genevrt Carter, Ktalme'r, second; Miss Betty Mcbiitchcn, daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. o. \V. who was recently elected football queen, will be crowned nt Joncslioi'o-Blythevlllc game this evening,' the to siwnd the next two months with Mrs. Patterson's mother Mrs. W. T. Obersl. The, Paltcr- sons are moving from Birmingham to Jackson, Miss., or New Orleans, Mr. Patterson having »ccn transferred. Mi-, and Mrs. Joe S. Dlihtmnly ind family an<[ Mrs. Rives Allen were.in -Liixora yesterday-for the wedding- of Mtss, Anna.-" Margaret Wood and Mr. Hiicl w. Butler. James liassoii, who attends Co- Military inslitiilc at Co- luiubla, Tcnn., nrrlvctl today „ ipend tlie weekend with his pru-- •nls, Mr. .and Mrs. J. Ernest Ilns- 011. Mrs. husscll Phillips returned asl night from several dnys stay n Memphis. Mr. anrl Mrs. w. L. Homer and ™n, Jack, wi Mo., tomorrow go to for tin Bloomfield, Airs. Loy Welch is in for several days stay. weekend. Memphis left this Rock where afternoon for Little re she will hold a meeting of the executive board of the Arknmas American Legion auxiliary tomor- a ihemuersliip row, followed by conference. Mrs. Proctor, was elected department president at the annual convention In Eu- icka Springs, (u August, took office Monday. Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Johnson have returned from a brief stay in st Louis. Slecie-Cooter Society — Personaf A licautitul Hallowe'en party was given Wednesday night by Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Briggancc at their new home in Cooler, Members of Mrs. Brlglgance's Jolly club and their husbands and Mr. tin;! Mrs. Hugh Mlchlc Jr. were guests. Lights were L in orane and bl c fo'll ° Pauline Mooney " downed Queen At DeJl Carnival Against" the' ,we'en scitin a of autumn .u,,,^,.. torn stalks, and pumpkiiis-tlie D°li Dijjli school Jiatl its annual Halloween carnival on October 31 -The outstanding feature of the carnival vras the coronation of Miss Pauline Mooncy ; ,s queen. Her arrival was announced by two .pages,' Dicky btacj- and Billy Crovvdcr. The tvain to iiei- white gown was carried by Her little sister, Bettyp Joe Mdbhey mid Irene. Magers. Her attendants were the following maids and their escorts; Ora Us Haw-kins with Dallas Brow-nice; wilnin Iglelicart and u. L. Talc; Helane Mae Armstrong and Russell Gill; Daisy Thornton and Thomas Dclbridge; Eva cuih- nine dill and Fred Boron • Rebecca Neal nntl latham Stacy; Hazel ihornlon and Earl Brownlec- Vir- giiiia Moonci- and R. B. Crawford. After being escorted to her throne by Noble Gill, superintendent ot Veil school, and crowned with the crown carried by little junior Stratum, sbe w as entertained with a dance number by jean Bonrland. and Mac Elder, and a number Betty McCutchen, Dick Tipton '»<«• u«n Fi ' ! M> Most Popular at High School ***"" ' P ° i " se " C ' ub NOVEMBER Augusta, state vice chairman of the class. A number of other honors Cutchen was also given flisT h'on- UC Miss Mc . Most dieniM Bcnio. fir**.- hm>- ,..,t. -«...,. ,..,. „.' "rn for i "T'j°" v ..... " v '"•"'" ""• " r6l > fllc " roo best dressed girl, first William Faught third t fl-lon.ll,. „„„„„. I f.i „'....'?"'" !""«• tlie most friendly, second for the best 'all round, second for wisest junior, thc tost all round boy, second for most friendly, second for best ntlilde, third for most handsome, and third for cutest, Miss', Mary Srralrt Usrey won first'for best air round ' girl and Miss Polly Ann Buck" was acclaimed iircttlosl.'girt 1 in school. : ; In the boys' contest Mell Brooks is judged the most handsome.' OUior winners were':; Most 'popular:.' Mary Spain.-Ucrcy/nnd-Polly Ann Hue!; tied for second; Isabel Brandon, third. Most beautiful, Lottie .Heath, second. Best' all round,' Isabel Brandon-'and Lucilc Bourlnnd lied for third. Most friendly, Mury Spain ' Usrcy second, .Isabel Brandon; 'third. Best Dressed, Polly Ann Buck, second, Mnrjoric Warren, third. Wittiest, wisest Junior, third for most stud ou^ Hilired B h nT beautiful and third for cutest. Woodrow Hallccond V oW {vy ; Uso voaarsl honors for third. Most ambitious, Ralph ^-' Kir and Rouse Harp tied for first- Woodrow Hall, second; Hal Moore third, Most Artistic, Gordon ha' iney, first; Henry Luiisford, ecc- Sf'd.'Jolin.'Hwai-cl White, third. Best • Musician, Earl B. Snyder first;,N. B, Mentird, second; Leroy Brown,, third. Best,: singer N ' B Menard, .first; Lci-Oy Brown, 'sec.' .ond; Robert Rcedef, third >" (list;; Nancy , jua'nlla Perry, third. Culest, Evelyn Smart, first- Doris Wilson and, Dorliine Coulter (led for • second. ^Freshest Pi'cshman, • lietty Proctor, first,; 1 Anita Slracke, second; Martha Washtnn-n and Mjnnlo Lee Lcg- gctt,. tied for (hire), wisest Sophomore, Nancy Kirshiier, fust; Evelyn Smart, second; Ruth Lindsay, third. Wisest, Junior. Frances Little, first; Polly Ann Buck and Dortnne Coulter, tied for third. Most dignified senior, Patty Shane, first; Mary Alice Freeman, second; Doris Wilson, third. Athlete, Liicile' Bo'itrland, first' , , jj Jlianfjn , Ijerrs, jjjccpjjd; Gwendo- i iyu FJslier pcj^iife Jo Hsher, tied for tiiird. /Mnsil. iinriiS,a*'T>,,i._ tied, for 'third. /Most on.uum,,; vui- ly Shane, lirst; Tiiehha 'fate,'' scc- oiul; Bculah Belle Bradley, third. Most, ambitious, Patty Slianc first; Constance Stiiith and Thclma Tiitc, tied for second; Ocss'i- lyn Blomeyer, third. Most Artistic, Lystra Urackin; first; Sue Raiiicy,' second; Polly Ann Buck, third Best singer, Lystra flrackin, first- rhclnin Koclilci-, second; Sybil Brackin, lhii-<i. B es t Musician, Katlicrinc, .Wnlpolc, first; Frances second; VaiuHa Saxe, •;in the boys' contest other w-in- hcrs were: Most popular, Mell •Brooks, second; J. w. Purtlc, third.. Most handsome, House Harp, second; Herman Turner, lien.' Holland, llilrtl. third. , Wittiest... L.'.T, Moore, . ... .., first ; John litirns, secbiid; Mciiard, third. Cutest, N. B. Simon , . , mon Joseph, first; otto S6rapc, second- TTfrllllfiK /""i Inf.* «J_.t r_* . . i . ,' Calvin tied fo'r third Friendliest, j. w. i'urtlc, first; John Price Walden, third. Best ail found, J. w. Purtlc, second; Basil Locke and Mell Brooks, tied for third; Best dressed, Janies Guard, lirst; Melt Brooks, second; E. B. Rogers, third. Freshest Freshman, -first; solldatlon.' Mrs. Janies B. Clark of, Blythc- yille, district chairman, discussed Brooks, '''second^ thc J )ro ! XKe d aineiKiments. to ue . ' voted on Tuesday, and gave a re- of the recent district meeting Far ,'ar- Best'.athlete," Hcrsliel Mosley Basil Locke, third. Most Osceola Society — Personal guests at bridge at the Williams home on Highway si yesterday Mtcrnoon. Mrs. R. c. Bryan won Zionist Movement Is Revival Lecture Topic The Zionist, movement with its Palestinian and international aspects will be presented in motion pictures and lecture tonight at ':30 at. the Loyalty Revival being conducted by the First Bap- (Lst church.. The . pictures will show . recent commercial; developments about the Dead Sea aiid the city of Tel Aviv. The pastor will discuss ' The third .return of the Hebrews to The Holy Land; Is It a political, economic or religious move?" The service will begin early and dismiss promptly' at 8:15, thai those attending the service and desiring to do so may sec the football game. nigh score prize, a card table. Mrs. Sani Coble won second "high, two silver bud vases. Mrs. Ed Quinn won low prize, a bon-bon dish, and MI*, c. E. Sullcnger won cut prize, a double dock of cards. Out of town guests were Mrs. Prank Potter, of Paragould, sister of Mrs. Ed Q11 inn, Mrs. Jesse Brown, Mrs. Joe Hires and Mrs. Walters, of Luxora. The Hallowe'en motif was carried out in die sn i M l course. Mrs. A. w. Young and Mrs. L C. II. Young spent Thursday In Memphis. Miss Bess Billiard mid Miss Oeraldme Llston were Memphis visitors yesterday. Mrs. c. B. Drii'er is in Memphis for several days as. guest of her brother, Mr. Richards Hawaiian Bank i>eposit s Grow HONOLULU, Hawaii (UP) -Indicative of Hawaii's swift, commercial growth since it became part of the United states is the fact that total bank deposits in the islands in 18Q1 svere Oil ] y $WOOOM compared with $74,300,000 in 1933' TOO LATE Tb CLASSIFY I will not be rcsiwnsible for any .debts made by my:wife-and son. Knox Craig. ip rluied edges .•'.... o Easy to do with fork Lutherans to Observe "Open Bible Sunday" Tiic Pilgrim Lutheran crmrcli congregation of this city will join 4,000 other congregations atlilrat ect with the the Lutheran Missouri Synod church in of int- "Open Bible Sunday" on November 4—In commemoration of Martin Luther's Bible translation of the bible into language of the common iwople. There will be a special morning service at 10 o'clock and a 1 , radio broadcast t 3 p. m. EAST LIVERPOOL, O. Mrs, Nancy Ornies, whose father, James Goal, wa s a P j 0 ncev farmer, and whose mother full, , . . ...u>..»i.* « tK> U 1UI1- blooded"Indian, has just celebrated her 100th birthday anniversary. Tiie hedgehog cactus of Mexico can live five years without a drop of water. When it rrdus it fills an its central pithy section until it swells to nearly twice its normal ..-.': Ingredients of Vicks VapoRub in Conveniwt Candy 1 ! Form VICKSOXJGHDROP November Sale orange and black cats, ghosts L," -" •"• •lie carnival, shows, inch l fortune toll . ~ •• • 1 ""vi <i MiiiHLjci uy Uons Wilson, all of Biytherille pn- PUs of Miss Margaret Moftett anil accompanied by Miss Louise Tur- numbei's the o.u c cn throne lo reign ovr which included side ArtC1 ' the ss sccmlcd lte r d witches peered out from amoiiR | ,'~ —,......, wjnm mciunetl side tb'e decorations in the spacious liv- i ,'' otts - including a liouse of horrors • ' ' ifortimr t.lii,,» a hoigsc Qf " EASY . WAY TO IRON 'WITH A f^oleman SELF-HEATING IRON LIGHTS INSTANTLY Wub Meets > Mrs j Lrnesj, Ha&son eirtertain- ed the Thursday Contract club this ^eek at her home on Davis Ave (•.nrysanthemums decorated the Jiv- ^g room where the two tables were a bridge refreshment iin r r 0 « C in p?' 1 !" 1 ' " Uc ' ltic "' to '"' s - »°»»«m. Mr. and'Sirs. CaH 'Stcn- d"r M R ^-\,,?""" rt.^ 0 ": fe- "*; ™' •»<* Ku^rFrakes; . arranged. The ., . * --r *• ttl •«^t JCti Ca * l l "S'u* 0 ..^ J F I*»\'. tone , ' cookles FARMERS BANK co. eimlc. pretty Hallowe'en allair :nicr part ygiveu by Mr. and Mrs. Zcb Reno, various spooky games \rere played by a group which included Mr.. and Mrs. N«\vu;rry Johnson. MI-. and'Mrs. CaH 'Stec. j. R. Stewart! Mr. Bryant and . . anrt Mvs Gen d Brooks Mr ' ° Meiton Resigns 'Shawnee Post to Enter Business •• WILSON, 'AfkT^I. \ V >.— Kiincrinlemteht. of the consolidated school, ; . * Mr. and Mre. Spurgeon Patterson and daughter. Vivian, of Birmingham, Ala., will arrive tonight , ., Mrs. Patterson Vivian plan faTc ami implement: biislne« "•".":.- - I age-nt tor the John Dcerp ', Miss Madeline Kclley unSertaiu- pany In. Craighead 'and Poi od a number of young /ricnris with ] Counties. Jits ficdanuarto a Hallowe'en party at the Stceie |l)o 'at Tfumann, with a• bmnr-i hotel Wednesday night, ' ! '" l » ""•• railcl Lake Cltv. TPS eajy and pleasant to iron u-u!i A -I Cotcman. it saves your strcngth- I3fou do better ironing easier and quicker at IMS cost. This modern Colcman Iron lights instantly ... no generating •with match or iorcli ... no waiting. Savos you more time and work than a $1CO washing machine. Do a whole. Ironing with one iron. . The evenly heated double pointed base Irons garments \vith fewer strokes. Iron- jng time is reduced one-third. Keats itself. . . use it anywhere. Makes and bums its own gas. Economical, too... costs only X? an hour, to operate, as .Come in andsec iv£*cnonstratcd. ' ,5' ilubbard t: Hardware Co. Of Dresses and Millinery DRESSES a n d Novelty l"n Crepus Tweeds. $12.95 to §1 5.75 Dresses $8.95 58.75 to SlU.»f) Dresses SG.95 (o $7.05 Dresses $4.95 SI'BCIAL LOT OF CUKI'ti DKKSSES, VALUES UP TO §15.75, I'OR $2.00 One l.til Tailored t'olli)ti Oresses ....... S'l.!)5 to S3.75 Wash -Frocks for §2 51.95 to S3.95 Wash Frocks for SL Hats $1 and $2 Ladies Toggery S Doors West of Kress' WeFea fruit Company Bananas FOR THE YELLOW TAP ON EACH BUNCH Phone 920 Wholesale Fruit otod Produce CO. Blytheville, Ark. BANANA FRUIT SALAD Artaogie a mound of fruit composed of two or more fresh fruitsin season,orcanngdfruitSi in ceoier of bed of lettuce. Peel two ripe bananas, make parallel grooves lengthwise with prongs of silver fork, and cut inio fairly [hick slices. Arrange overlapping banana slices in circle around mound of fruit;. Top with mayonnaise oc whipped cream; ' • B ANANA SLICES, with .-'•'••'•I'.--. ':-\v;j Oij.. y;, T . fluted edges add'a maiire d'hotel touch to your fruit salad. Just take a silver fork, run it down the length of a peeled ba;- nana before slicing—arid let your guests wondef how you did it! Guaranteed to start conversation. Try it and see. United Fruit Company Bananas DISTRIBUTED BY FRUIT DISPATCH COMPANY FULLY RIPE WHEN FLECKED WITH,BROWN FRUIT Oft VEGETABLE WHEN MEUIOW VEILOW VEGETABLE WHEN TlPPtO WITH GREEN „ •Hi'

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