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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVIU.K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY S, Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive Board of Woman's Mlssiqciiry Union of First Bapdst churoh'meeting at 2:30 p .m. at home'of Mrs. John Buchanan with Mrs. Jess Scamajj as co-hostess. Junior Woman's club meeting tit cl(ib jiou.se. JUu^s 1 Bible Class oj First Meth- odis^ Church meeting at horns of Mr?. Vi r . A,. Stlekrnon wltli Mrs. we Armstrong 'co-hostess at 1:30 p.n:. SBss Caihetmft Fosey Weds. Kweth. Quackinbush Miss Catherine Poscy, daughter of Mr., and Mrs, L. C. Posey, became, the bride of Kenneth Quackenbush, son of Mr. and Mis. C H. Quackcnbus.h. of PnraeQUld, nt a ceremony performed nt 9:90 o'clock Wednesday night at the homo ol Ml-, and Mrs. Baker Wilson. Pink carnations in floor baskets flanked the fireplace In the living room; which was banked in ferns and ,ih'e improvised allar was 11- h*nlnated by while tapers In silver eahdellabrfi on the inahlle Tlie service was read by the Rev H. Lynji Wade,, pasfor of the Firsl Methodist -churcli. before liiiimnti Wends and members of the fnm ilies.-"" . . ...... . . . '•The bride wore h spring dress o; riixvy^'blue sheer crepe with greet accessories and her slioulder cor- ta'Be 'was of swcelpeas, Talisman roses..and tjeesiu: Mrs. Quttckcnbusri's only attendant was Miss Mni'll.vn Jonre, who also '\Vore a blue'erepe dress. Her flccessorics . were; In lugjn&e tan, and -she wore n shoulder corsage of nuked Dowers, The], bridegroom was attended by Herman Carlcton ns best man. Mrs.' Qunckenbudi Is well known among the younger set. She received • her education nt the Bly- thcvilio high school and later was connected wlUi the J. C. Fenhcy Store-here. Mr.; Quaekenbush, who attended the jParagould high school, came here:recently to be connected wHVi the "Bootery." FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Kt*5[Rvicc.iNc. r.M.ncc.u.s r*r,cir.- Bits of News Mostly Personal T. J. McKlnney of Wash- D. C., is visiting her mother, Mis. Anna Dunklln, who has been seriously 111 but Is resl- ! Ing heller tills week. Mr. and Mrs. I Al,ton Durham of Ban Antonio, ; Tex.,, arc also visiting Mr. Durham's mother, Mrs, McKlnney, and j his eraiulinolher, Mrs, Dunklln in- 1 Maurice Dunklln of Cape Girai'd- /\sl, t can was also here over the week Jame.i night is III from llucnza at lib; lioine. 315 itrect. I end vlslllng his grandmother, Mrs Max n. new attended to bust-1 BunWin. ness In Jonesboro Wednesday. I Ous V. Winston of Wichita Mies Marlha Ann Lynch, wlio' Kansas, was here Monday visiting has heen speiutine her "between; Wllllimi Kliourie. Mr. Winston was teniesters" vacnllon with her par-1 cnroiite ents, Mr. and Mrs. B, y\. jjyncli,! u - ( 'has rclurncd to St. Louis, where I Mrf she Is a student ut Washington University. home from Washington in Hit Mrs. Marvin Robinson, Mrs. Baker Wilson, and Mrs. W. D. ChainMIn arc In Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Huddleston nrvlvcd Tuesday from fort -Meyers, Pla., where they spent their honeymoon followiiig their marriage i" t.lml city. Mrs. Kuddls- Kton was the former Miss Hazel liurchard of Ullle Rock. Ihoy will tn.iltc their home In tlie In- lii'(un apartnienU. Mrs. J. Mcll Broolis and son, Jinmile Lee. were In Memphis ycs- ^' ISi V. 0. Rnines jr., Mctlio<list liaspltiil nt Memphis where she underwent an opcralloi I, :ig Mr. Howe's mother, Mrs. Jen- Mrs. William lUifTinan and other le Rowe. The Andersons were; friends, enroute- to liis home at ormer residents ol ilils cily. J';iragoiil<l, Ark., from iwlnls In Sinn Hui'dlne spent the week Ky. •iicl al Bakersville with hi: par- nls, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. fiiirdlnc, quite Sam Uurdlnc lias hcen in Bi\ker.svillc 'or several days visiting with Mrs. Bdrdlnc. A number ot business men, in- ils mollicr, who ha:> been II Is much Improved, Mrs. Occur Wilkerson, who, has been ID (lie Hlylhcville !io:>pi(al since oh Huuday. Mr, Raines is with her •Mrs. Henry Siiddnrth and son Jo^'n nay of Swill, were here Sat urduy visiting Mrs. T. L. Slid dartli. 'Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kolin o KenneU and Ben Topper, of tills city, left, for St. Loul.s Sunday where the men will iniy for tho Kolin Stores. Mr. and Mrs. Kolin will nlso go on to Chicago, III. Mrs. Wayne Huffman left for eluding Hianian, Hills and Joe Sohn, Ben Toppc'r, William i Kliourlc, Ivan Allen, I'retl Glass-1 cock, Wolcic Harder, Clyde Worth and Ben Miller met here Saturday lKlil far a fish fry. | Mrs. Clyde Reeves, who is teaching In (he Warden school system spent the week end here with lieri husband and son Rex Reeves. Messrs. Albert :nul Henry Ham- L ra, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. | Wade Hamra and daughter, Max-' ine, of Cnrntlicrsi'JIk', to fjenutli Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard llainra and son Bun, who Is convalescing from pneumonia. Mi 1 , and Mrs. James Ncwbcrry drove Miss Jasymn Btnidcrs to Ulbonrn Siniday evening. Miss Sanders is teaching in the Lll- bourn school system. Mrs. John Elidgc Is confined to her room with Influenza. Miss Ruth Masscy, wlio is attcndliif: busiiiL's.s college at Cape Gir- ardcau spent the weekend here will] her parents, Mr, and Mrs. 11. lj, M.me.v. Miss Eiiriinc Martin, \vlio has last ThuiTday rccnncralim; from injuries sustained in a or accident was brought home AIon:tay and is gettlnfi along nicely. Uol;by nick Loni;, of'liragga- doc'lo, visited Mrs, R. N. Jirasher and Mr. Brasher lust week end. . Scout News Boys Girls Pampa, Tex., to join Mr. Huffman been hero visiting her aunt. Mrs. who Is working In that elly. Mr. Icrday where Mrs. Brooks con- HuHmnii was formerly employed suited a specialist, Cere with the Nn-Way Cleaners. C. A. Cunningham, who Iras been j 'Guy Hiillman, of Blylheville, is ill lit his home for Icn days, has [here Ihis week visiting his parents, recovered. IFtev. and Mrs. William Huffman. EnlciUin Su)i]Kr Club DfV and Mrs. Hunter 0. Sims were^ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney : L'.' Banister Wim they entertained ' members of the Tuesday Nighty'Supper Club. A centerpiece of colorful, snav>- dragoiis and'valentine place cards made^'an attractively arranged table ajVwhich the three couise dinner was served. ; . , . . ' , In,..the c,aj'4 games frhich fol- Ibwea^jMrs. B,/Al Lynch' was high among', the women, and Mr. Lynch the men,... . Studr lives Of llliuiionariea Mrs. 0, M. Gray gave the life "Vou itu'cttn't try to ticny it—you've been sliaviu' willi my pencil sharp. cncr atiain!" ilonroc, iJi., house guest of Mrs. Vylic, who was a tea guesl al lbc| party. A salad course was served. * • * fas t'Juli Mrs. Baker Wilson entertained' nembers of the Wednesday BrWgc j club yesterday nt her home when Urs. Thomas K. Mahan was her inly guest. A two course luncheon ivns served at snv.ill tables. In the living room, and Valentine tallies trilled n holiday note lo the puny. Mrs, C. A. Cunningham was high and Mrs. W. J. Pollard, second high in Ihe bridge galncs. Miss Madge Turner NVeds Mr. Alt Clark Frame Demonstration Club-Nows-JNol.es. Mr. mid Mrs. R. L. Stoekett a,u$ baby ha.ve moved ,lnlo the Hardaw*y apartment at 800 W. Walnut .'.Irccl. Mr. stockctt. will be con^ nected with the Prudential Insurance Company as farm inspector working ont of Mempliis. Among Blythevlllc people in Memphis last night for Ihe Golden tilove boxing tournament were: diaries Ozier, H. Hlghlill, Mr. wd Mis. John Mites Miller. Mr. and Mrs.-Joc-eralgrMr-aml-Mrs^-Hugh Harbcrt, Dr. Joe ~ The Arinorc! Hojne Dcinon.strn. Urn Club met Monday at the home Harbcrt, Dr. Joe E. Bcasley, James! .'*""• lul " Alts - Hassel Ucsvcesc Terry. Meyer Graber, ffarman Tay- W"''^^! lo Charleston Sunday ntu lov, Samuel P. Norrls, Mj 1 . and Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp. Oliver W. Mr. Huffman returned lo Blythe- vllle Monday lo aUcnd lo business. :, \Mr. nnd Mrs. K. X. Scliuniiiclier EJ.. n'nd Jene Chauvln drove to Ctipc Glrardeau Sunday and spent till- day with Mr. CliiuiTin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L., D. rjtiauvin. ; Mrs. M. T. Calilwin, Mrs. C. S. Baldwin, Mrs. D. O. Slater ami •fciTss Hazel Baldwin visited with friends In Kennctt Thursday afternoon. nnd Mrs. llassel Ucsvcese :l with Mrs. Dcwecse's inoth- of Mrs. W. O. Anderson for a re-1 Coppcdge and Louis Applebaum. orjjnnization incelini;. There were Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles Allen clelH members nnd one Visitor nml dauBhtcr, Patsy, are moving present. Miss Cora Lee Colcman. '" """' '" home demonstration agent, gnvo a talk on the yearbook, after which oflicers were elected for (tie year. The following were elected: Mrs. Mrs. \V. O. Anderson, Leonard Smith, president; vlce-presi- dent; Miss Margaret I'ruitt, secre- CAKUTHER8VSlL-f..B. Mo.. •).—Aimouricemcnl was made here tary; Mrs. i... o. Wilson, The following chairmen rciwrtcr. were appointed: Miss Helen Anderson, yesterday of the marringc of Miss cooking; Mrs. C. L. Bishop, home' Mnrtge-Marie-Turner. ,<laiifrhlcr qf management: Mrs. Cora Prull.t, I. Turner of Hardening; Mrs, Bert Ross, poul- \fr. and' Mi's. sketches of .two negro women, who belorjg to the. African foreign mission, at the meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary ol the First Presbyterian church at the home of Mrs.^B. j. Allen 'Wednesday afternoon/ mfs. 1 Leslie Hooper gave the devotional "Our Missionary Savior" to the 15 members present. The- Auxiliary will meet again Friday afternoon at 3:30 o;clock at the ttoihe.br Mrs. H. H. HoUcIi- ins to complete their observance of the week of prayer and self- denial for foreign missions which was 'begun Monday. * * * Garden Club To Meet Monday. Trie Blythevillc Garden club. near Ililsrclty, and Mr. Alt Clark Frame, con of Mr. and Mrs. John frame, of Sleele. the ceremony •invltig t:-keiv place January 1C at Olythevlllc. Ark., the Rev. n. Lynn Wade, Methodist minister, olTlcliit- ii>S nl. the Methodist parsonase. "Jhcy were attended by Miss Edith Vest of Blythevllle and Mr. W. R, •rrrcll of Stcele. The bride was graduated from Hi" (/'anilliersvillc hlgli school In 1933 and later attended Arkansas State College at Joncsboro, Ark. :he was employed as teacher in the grades at Stecle for several years, but is now employed in her home district, al Clmpel School. Mr. Frame Ls well known in the smilh part of the comity, and is an alumnus of the Steele school. He is at present employed in the offices of the General' American F.irms at Bakerville. They will re- •ide In Sleclc. ' . ' canmn; try; Mrs. John Ross, Mrs. Lmil Pierce, yard Improvement; Mrs. Cozine Biackweil. clothing. Aflcr (he biisincKS niectinr; to . Portagevllle. Mo., next wesk where Mr. Allen has purchased a watch shop and Jewelry store; Sfifs Mae Toney is expected lo return home the last uf Ihe week from Memphis, where she has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Scale for three weeks. Jack Patterson, nephew of Mrs. E. F. fry who was in school here two .yciu-s ago, was seriously injured' in,'an automobile accident Once wijeks «go In Dallas, Texas. Mr.-'P«ttcrson. who is a student at Southern Methodist University, was working In Dallas at the lime., lie is slowly Improving. W, B. Crews, wlio Is ill from l|ic' ci <"'We pneumonia ami a heart hostess, Miss Helen Anclereon.i "ihuent, is In a critical condition served cookies with whipped cream '• "t his home, 102 E. Kentucky ave- and coffee. The next meeting will be wiili Mrs. Cora Prulll. which' was organized last spring, will .begin- its spring activities following a me'ellne to be lield Monday night, 1:30 o'clock. The place will ,be announced later. Several important matters arc to be lakcn up ai. this time, among which will be Ihe disciis- Eion 61 plans for adopting projects [or the early spring season which will beautify Blythevllle, along with a "clean up" program. This • group, which was fortncil by a-number of well knoivn inin. and women, has A iwo fold film- ic beautify public spots of Blytlic- ville and to create more kiterasl in individual gardening. At ..the meeting Monday night, this 'aim will be remembered when plans are made Ior the activities which arc to begin at once and continue through Ihe spring season. | . . ' . . ... I Club Has Gscsls j Mrs,.. C. Q. Smith jr., Mrs. C. H.' Wlllejf, Mrs. Max Woolen, Mrs. Eddie Regenold, Mrs. 6d Williams. and;Mrs. Charts Crlgger Jr., played .cards with mciti&en. lit the Thursday Bridge club when they, fnet ftt the Some of Mrs.. W. "D. MtClUrKin jesterday. MrsV Hiram .Wyile received Iho club, prtzb. pillow caies, and. Mrs. Max .Woolen won t!>e guest pi-fee, bath,powder. A gilt wai also pre' Mrs. B. F. Wnthcc. ot City's IMnitoH Disappears TWIN PALLS. Ida. (UP) — A statewide search has been ordered for a 3CO pound cannon that formerly graced the city park. It was a relic of the Spanish-American 3 ARE YOU ONLY A i'il"-""'--' 1 "" ?'"' Crtl " n<1 » ll««-<llMllM liifmontli—bul a licll-m the routth. NO rQAUcr how your backaches—no m«n»r l /4WIFE? For thccc RTncralion* one woman h« tolrf ?" j' hc t 1 K", t" «? " sm "i"l! through" with L>dia E. Pir.iiham'j Vegetable CompounJ l( helps Nature tone up Ihe system, thus I&K«TI- 115 Iho disconnlorLi Irom tho lunctional dia- otdcra vtnch women mml cnriure Mako a n«u *•" — Ml-3. MOSCOW (VI'} - Wine distilled J Icur centuries ago lias been <!):;• i covered in Georgia in the Soviet • Caucasus during excavations at Fred Bean and baby were Vnrdzie, a "skyscraper cave city" At the Hospital: removed today from the Dlylhc- °» the shore of the turbulent ville licspllpl to llieli home in n! rivcr Kura. Cnbb ambulance. Mrs. nettle Bowman, of Carufh- .-r:ivillo, is ii patient al (tie Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. Hiram Pope, of Osceoln, n»s taken to the Memphis Baii- hospital yesterday. CARD Of THANKS We wish to thank our friends for the tokens of sympathy ami especially the Holt Funeral Home for their courtesy and kindness in the death of our mother. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Moore Mr. and Mrs. II. p. Mcore Mr. aurt Mrs. Recce Moore. For Raw"Throat Do This- Don't waste precious tlmo on ineffective remetlics. Uso Zonilcl S'.andanJ laboralory tcsu prove It's 0.3 limes more active than any other popular, non-poisonous antiseptic ... Zonlto hilts tho germs that CAUSO colil — al contort!... Soothes raw throat-, loo, and Increases I ho flow of natural, hcaUhf ul fluid jl Get 7x>nKo at yonr driipplst's right, away. GarjjJo at onca .ind start killing Ihocohl Kc In your throat. VJliuw simple rilrcrtlonsi bottla. You'll be g 1«<J you't'o disvovercO Uiis CUfcfc way lo Siytit rcW verms. t Mrs. Chas. Tralnor spent Tui's- day In Pocnhontas, Atk., visitins; friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Baldwin and ;liildren of Metropolis, 111., were jierc Sunday and Monday visitm« Air. Slnlcr's parent.'i, Mr. and MIK C;. S. Baldwin and his sister. Mrs D. O. Slater and brother, M. T. Troop i, sudbury U'i'oop, has in- veste<l the following Girl .Scouts wlin have iMr.scd their Tenderfoot t: nerlha Jlelin, Joan Williams Belly llulh Smith, Mary Am Smith. Colleen liccse. p.umic Cav- nshcru, Muriel Browning, Bonnl '••r. Wilam Nnnnally, Evclyi Wheat. Sue Btnton and' Billy J< Taylor. New handbooks and (Hgnalliir Vallrr Clilltoii, retiirni'd to her ionic in rorlaljeville Gunduy. Mr. anil Mrs. Chas. Moruan i'ho?c home iras recently destroy d by fire, have movi'cl into Jay Travis' liouse, formerly occupied >y Mr. mid Mis. Clay Lewis. Wayne Huffman is in Pampas, Tex., where lie is employed. Mis.1 Lncillo Spence of Poplai Bluff was here Sunday visiting her sister, Mrs. Cecil Walklns. Ftank Adams wns litre Sunday ,ind Monday visitinu Rev. and A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many mcdlc-hire you havp tried for your cough, chcsl cold, or bronchial irritation, you can get relief now \vith Crcomufcion. Serious trouble may b:> brewing and you cannot afford ta take a chance with any remedy less potent than CrconnUsion, which goes right lo the seat of the trouble; and aids nature to soothe find heal the inflamed mucous membranes and to loosen and expel the germ-laden phlegm. Even i£oUiei'rcmedieshavofailed, tlon't be (liscoiiragct!, try Crcomul- sion. Your druggist is authorized to , refund your money if you arc not Mrs. Joe Huber and sons -were \ thoroughly satisfied with Uic liene- Ih Clniflce Saturday Jor sr. and Mrs. J. Eon, .Jene, of C«|)e Oirardcau, isiting Mrs. l'" 3 obtained from the very first hottlo. Creomulsion is one word — not • ln '°' " llrt st ilas no hyphen in it. . Ask for it plainly, nee that the name CreqmvJsion; nnd l.r. jrmd Mrs. A. O.' Andcl-son, oi you'll ectftiie genuine product iiiid Cnhtlce, were here Sunday visit- tlie relief you want. (Adv.) written in Itttcrfl reporting beacfil e " SV * ^ Why i>ot try LYIHA E. VINKlUM'q • EGfiTADUJ COMTOUNIJ? lf " v " A " b Good cooks know that cakes arc more delicious and hiuch lighter with FOR LOWEST DELIVERY COST . OKLY $260.00 193$ F ord V-8 Pirfitp Av Bawdy ; Delivery, or Fann Truck. Perfect Coiuli- lion. Only ?105.00 down ami $20.00 per tiioiitli. MOTOR COMFAfif • - ' ' phone SIC Uth-A Wahiat- Chromium Tea Kettle "The Old Reliable" B Quart Size Now irnprmnl tiy chromhi'n pl.it1ng~3hv.ijs sl»ys brisht —nrccr tarriislics. SlrnriR. !Clirt ropirr hcttlc. llnncd hisldc. Won't pit or fnroilc. ^Yi)l last .1 lifciOnc. Seamless bottom. Slronj bail and Wood grip. n 19 SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. j Thrilling new stviss from ids i (osKion marls ot the vvoild . . . ' irresislibls to womsn '.vho love beouliful slices. 0* \s' 'Exciuisilely tailored !o fil you g... . and comfortably. Wide range, ci end widths. ^', ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP At nur iif lv IniNilintl sftos*. from Ilif I'itsi lags have been added lo the troop uuiptnenl. 'Hie girls who arc work- ig on their second-class test have Isitcd Ihe hospital, where they earned to make a hospital bed. Tears arc a very powerful de- troycr of bacteria, and llius pro- ect Ihe eyes. t HAPPY RELIEF! FROM PAINFUL BACKACHE Caused by Tired Kidneys Mflity uf Itioso ctiawing, H3filing, painful laekmiBM peo]>lo Mama on coMa or strain* no of(rn caused by tirwl kidneys—and may 10 rclipvul when trcUril In tliQ rifilit wivy. Thfiki'fneya sra Nfliiiro'BcbJpf way of inking •iCffc^ aci(U and poisonous \vaele nut, of tha ))/>c*J. Mt*t people [>a«A about 3 piuls a (Jay or itiont 3 pounds of wststc. If Ihe 15 ii i i lea of kidney tubes nml filler* (inn'I work well, poisonous wiuto matter ttnyi in tho blood. Th^e poisons tnuy start nagging harkachre, rheumatic paiiia, |r*s ol pep _Hrul UD'lcr Ihe ovcs, ficail.irhffl niui ilinmtfs- Don't wall! Ask ywif tlnici;iNt ior l>"*n'i Pith, usfil cticctss-fimy by siiininiia for over 40 years. Tncy aivo huppy relief ami will help thi 1.1 milw t't Kidney tuhc5 fiiull out DOJSO&&U* wftAtti troui the blood. Gel Doaa'i TilU. Those arc the three points women iook for in_si'ft hose_ and Rollins delivers them ad in the most engaging colors you have ever seen. Our customers tell us that Rollins is the stocking that "Has everything." And they cost you no more than ordinary hose. All of the New Spring Shades W I^R-OVO MHYIE . X »« O E _ T.O o/ BAKERY SPECIALS I'Viclay-iSaturda.v- Sunday All Dav 1'Ko Angel Food, iced fresh fruit icing (13 egg) Pilled Coffee Kings, each Ginjjer Snaps Sticks Cliucolalc Cream Hulls, ciu-h .... 39' 12' 3' 18' 12' Cup Cukes, Don. ... We specialize in special orders I'honc 110 BLVTHEVILLE BAKING CO. Hunk NOTICE BEGINNING MONDAY, FBBRUARY 7th, THIS STOKE WILL HAVE FREE DELIVERY SERV- ICK. ['HONE NO. 789. Specials ior Fri. & Sat. Eggs, Fresh, doz 24c Olco, pound I5c Coffee, Folgers [b. 27Va Post Toaslics, box iy*>c Ginger Ale, eils. 20c Crackers, 2 Lb. box 19c Lcllucc iarge head .. 5c Snap Beans, Lb. 14c Sweet Potatoes, Ib-JlVs Pichles, large, qt 16c Beans, Lb. 7c Matches, 3 boxes lOc Brooms, 75c value 49c Apples, Jgn, del. 3 lOc Rice, ,'{ Ib celo pkg I5c Golc?ust Cleanser 5c Blythevillc Beans 3 2Sc Meal, 24 Ib sack 49c Carrols, bunch 5c Potatoes, No. 1 pk. 29c Oranges, Igc. juicy 16c Bananas, doz ............ 15c Blackcyed Peas, Ib. 7c Soap, C. White 6 {or 25 Bird Seed, Fr. box Toilet Paper, roll 5c MEAT Roast, K. C. Ch. Ib 20c Cheese, Wis. full cr. 28c Sdt Mtat, Lb. 13c Mix. Sausage, 3 B>S. 25c Steaks, baby beei Ib 25c Co. Pork Sausage, Ib 20 Bacon, sliced, Ib. 25c CASH GROCERY ;}22 West Alain Phono. 789

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