two iLSTHEVILLB; COURIER-NEWS' FK1DAV, NOVEMBER f~±^-f~* I O" C5TC- Lo J K~^ *T" ! I II -U I Lx Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS Haison-Dunliam wedding to bo solemnized «t Hussoii home, 7 p. m. Mmes. Lloyd Stlckmon, Murray Brain and Jesse Taylor having bridge parly at country club, 2:30 p. m. Miis Ruth Jenkins Weds Mr. J. J. Bryant The marriage of Miss Huth Jcn- kijis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.'H.' Jenkins, to Mr. J. J. Bryant,' was solemnized today nl the homo of the ; Rev. V. E. Bultcr- wiitli, pastor of the First Chrls- tlan church, -. wlio rend;, the scr- vl^es i\t 12:30 o'clock. ? The bride wove a tailored frock ofi green rough erepc trimmed In grben satin rmd her accessories were In wood brown. Mrs. Jess Horncr, matron of honor, wore a brown tweed swagger suit with crown accessories. )«r. Horncr was Mr. Bryant's best, man, Xftcr a brief noncyinpoh In Memphis Mr. Bryant and Ills bride wHl bf at home In the Ward ajhrlments on Walnut street. ^Irs. 'Bryant Is a Graduate of the city high school where she tobk an active par! In scholastic affairs.; The bridegroom, who ts the son of 1 Mrs. MlnAle Bryant of Lonoke, y.'ijs educated In Loiioke nnd Little Rqck schools. He came here from Memphis five years ago anil since that time has been connected wlUi the Mlllcr-Crcmlinw Co. * • • To' II»ve Binjo Parly. Tlio U. D. O. ctinpter will have a !bingo pailj Ihursdii evening, November 15, at the Oou Hold. t EnierUlns Club. Mrs. E. B. Wooilson was guest of Mrs. E. B. Joyncr when she had the Thursday Contract club. Chrysanthemums and colorful tallies eniphaslzed the autumn motif; After tht: card games a jellied crab salad, .was served with whole wljeat, rolls, date loaf topped with whipped cream, and coflee. Mrs. J. P. Lchll won the prize, a kitchen set. * * * Has Club Farly. Members of the Thuisduy Lunch- fori club and Mrs Otto Kochtltzky of Columbus, Miss., a former member.; were guests of Mrs. A. O. Lll- tle^.al her country home, "Fair Fields for lunch *anfl afbrldse game ' AJpiIxed bouquet of autumn flow- «rs>was the centerpiece ot the dining^ table arranged for the two course menu. pi.ltlie bridge games pillow slips went to Mrs. Russell Phillips tor high.score and Kirs. Kochlltzky PrfSenta! hosiery. l'>0. C. Meets. Mrs J Mell Brooks. Mrs. C. E 'Crjgjer, Miss Cora Lee Colcmar ana.Mrs. S. P. Martin cntcrtnlne! otrwr mejnbers of the u. D. (J Thursday afternoon at the Brooks home Mrs. w. M. Taylor, leader of the prop-im, gave a paper on the life of.S A Stcele Mrs J W. Badcr told of the work done by the u. D. C "during the war and Mrs! •Charles Bright sang The Cradle Song' 1 Helen Wclthlmcr QNCE I wrote a .song of low, • 7; Ami all Uie folks iwhiim-il, •Slie loves LI man whose love for her v\[i]iari-iillv is in.itniciU f LAUGIII-DiJiitiylliiiiwitlillierliyiiic I'm :i.s I wrnlrl knew, As sure an f-niss Im'iis (ji Hie tad 1 Jovcii «iis II-IN! :i merry poem iinlred nsli Ilieir uwks tu seed, oj Netis Mostly ersona; Mayti Society-Personal sislcd Dr. Shirley In ii lentil and iidetiold Byiirii, operation on Barbara MiKi I'dnii Khouric was hostets 0 Ihc Double Four Bridge dul) UHl two guests. Mrs. Cecil Uranium and M. B. Not grass Tuesday ivenlng. Mrs. II. L. Gilbert rcceiv- td high .score prize iind low score nvard went lo Mrs. Lee Phillips. The consolation prly.c went io Mv». hltd wcllnrc work with two-thirds 't the proceeds remaining here and me-thlrd going to the stole de- larlmenl for state work. Mrs. Edgar Uonmi Is mcnibcr- .hip clialrman with Mmes. W. J. 'ollard, Howard Praetor, 1'loyil White mid John F. l/cnll and Miss 'a Lee Colcman as inctubers ol wr committee who are concluding their activities. Mrs. Bonim had :ier committee as guest slodiiy for unch at Borum's Druu store when plans wore made for completing heir work. Sleele-Cooler -^ ; Personal -with Miss piano. Mrs. J. a guest. Leone Calllcotl at the N. r Jerome, of Wilson, was Plan Prayer Services 'In observance or Hie annual yeek of.prayer and self dental for homo missions Ihe Presbyterian women's'auxiliary will have daily prayer meetings Ihroushoul llic coming week. Monday the meetings "will be held In the regular circle meetings Tuesday Mrs. S H Salmon nill lead the meeting in her home . Wednesday the Mid- Week service ulll b- used for the service led bj Hie Rev s. H. Salmon Thursday Mrs Roy Wallon «lll lead the meeting in the home of Mrs Ross Stevens the meeting Fndaj nlll be held In the home of Mrs. B; j. Alien with Mrs. s. E. Vail leading Ihe prograriiT The time of these. meetings is 2:30 o'clcok. * • • ' Class Metis. The Dorcas Sunday school class ol the First Baptist chur.ch'wu'l have Its monlhly business : and rod a meeting this evening 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs Charles Newcomb, 1212 West Hearn SI. Mrs A Tfferl and Mrs W M. Blaylock v.111 assist Mrs Nevicomb as hos tcsses. . . * «... To Hue Flaj B»lUn gale The American Legion'Auxiliary as a climax lo Its- membership drive this -(peek ivlll have Its annual flag button .sale Saturday,.•[•Mrs/. John P Ixinti is chairman of the project ft . • • . Moftey from this sale goes to the A Tom Tliumb wedding will be heltt in Ihc Slccle lilgh school gymnasium Friday evening at 7:30 wlien liltle Miss Glora Muc Ynrbrongli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dcwey Yarbrough, will become the bride of Master Paul Glen McCiilchen, son ol Dr. iind Mrs. p. V. McCutchen. The ceremony will be performed by Edward Kcllev us llcv. Hailey. Others Inking pail in ihc uro- 8™in are: Peggie Ann Burton. Uou- lse Moore, Blllie Wyntt, Kcllcy Joe Rhodes, Pan-Is Curl Yarbrough. Patricia McDaniel, Mary Elisabeth Steele, Sara Reno. Virginlit Cook, Frances Kclley, George Wiulc Cook, Guy Slew-art Travis, Jerry llamlui, Peg Frnkes. Blllie .loc Brodcrick, Bobby Carter, Betty Jean Polk, and Will Frank. Miss Don-Is I'rilchurd "I Love You Truly." Miss Kalherlne Marie 'Baylor is sponsor of the play. Proceeds will BO to the school. inn-roil, Tcnn.. after n with Mrs. F. K. Waters. Mrs. clarence Polk, ot Cnnnlou, s visiting friends In cooler. Spencer Owens has returned home liter a visit with relatives at, Hog- ersvlllc. Alii. Mrs. Minnie MeChuc, of Cooler, wns hostess lo a blrthdny dinner lor licr son, jack, Wednesday. Mrs. John. Btimpass nnd Abuer Ashcroft were guests, liesidc.s the members ot the family. James Collls Wnuillin. of Mur- (rcesboro, Tcnn., spent lasl wcek- end here will] his fiance, \\llss rrc- dla Alexander. Mrs. Cluy Cupps iincl son and Mrs. Anici' Azblll and chikiren hare returned after a visit with relatives ill RuUiei'ford.'Temi. J. K. Jones ;imf son. Elmer, nr- ved home Wednesday after n visil vilh relatives nenr ciisn, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Homer McCnlluni lave relumed lo their home at Hel- •iia. Ark., nllcr a visit with rein- Ives hi this vicinity. Miss Eunice Liltle, of G'anillK'is- rlllc, was here Thursday visiting ier parents. Mr. atm Mre. Jess L,Ulc. who have moved back lo tticli farm new Cooler, utter spending year .it Helena. Their son, Ray 1'iltlc, has jnsl returned to Helens where lie Is employed, allcr a visit icrc. Mr. ami Mrs, W. D. McCUll'fell and Miss liosa M. Hardy Ictl yesterday for Little Rock to altcni Ihc- stale teachers' meeting. Mis. Ha/el Sample, Miss Winnie Vlrgl Turner, Miss Eosc S]>lnk, George M. Hum nnd Hunter Stcadmai went over today. They will reluri Sunday. Mrs. Otto Kochtlt/ky will rctun lo her home In Columbus, Miss Simrtny after a week's slay with Mi and Mrs. Ross t). Hughes who «r accompanying licr home for a fes days stay. Mrs. Max li. Held and daughter Miixine. Mrs. llusscll 1'Mrr and Mr. Joe Trieschman spent yesterday I Memphis. W. W. llolllpctcr and sou, Rnsl allendcd lo biishiesK 111 Memph! Thursday. . Miss Marguei-Ito Rutli Fowler, of Waco, Tex., who lias lieen visilijis Mosc SuiHIi and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Smith nl Yarbro for several days, returned home Tuesday. She is a niece of Mrs. Percy Smith. Mr. and Mrs. A. p. Dietrich and daughter. Miss. Lillian, lefl, loday for St. Louts where they will visit 'atd Dietrich jr. for u fc\v days. Mrs. Howard Proctor, president ol Ihe stale department of the American Legion auxiliary, has rF- turned from Little Rock, where she attended a membership committee anil a state executive board meeting, and Lincoln, Ark., where she attended the dedication <of n Hul. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tioltei ami family went to Paragould yes- lorclny to make their home. iiifCii Trailer is lo be in .charge of the I'nragould studio of Slalion KBTM. Hotnersville Socicly — Personal He was connected with the local slallon lor several years.' Bobbie Blnylock, .-.who has been <]«ile HI. is now able to be out. Miss Virginia Lnynnui, of Denver, Colo., is the guest of Mis* Dorothy Davis lor several weeks.. Misses Clarice Kennedy, Dob Williams and Dernice Reed, and J. W. Canaster, teachers in the Arinoi'cl school Jmvc gone to Little Rock for Ihe stale teachers' meeting. Miss Marguret Keek, who attends Lindenwood college ul St. Charles lo., will siwiid the weekend at ome. arriving In the morning. Oscar Sardaway is attending to uslness iii. Memphis. Mrs. 1. U. McDcrmott rnterlain- 1 thi' Ilaj/tl Contract club ut her liujne at PorUigcvllle Tuesday. There were two tables of players raid two guests, Mrs. Ronnie Oiccnwell and Mrs. W. T. Ncth- ery. Mvs, Luuiiu- Thompson received hi^li score prjzc, second high score prize went to Mrs. I/ffroy Whilncr, and Mrs. lllalr linckley received low score award. • » » Ernest Datton of Pocalello, Idaho, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Meyers, Iras reUmied home. Mines. W. T. Nelhcry, u. O. Rallies jr., and T. n. Jennings were in Cariillier.sville Tuesday ;if- Ic-inoon uttencliiH! a Red Cross meeting.. Mrs. Pearl Au'Buclion of Memphis was here Tuesday visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Mert CJochran and children of Jone.sboro. Ark., were here Sunday aflernoon visiting Mrs. Coclnan's cousin and husband. Mr. and Mrs. n. T Bvars jr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jno, Barnes of Energy, 111., were the weekend :uesls of Mr. iind Mrs. L C Av- rlll. Mrs. Sam Folcy of "Chaffcc visit- id her husband here Monday. She ilso visited her cousin • Mrs. Al- >erl lloguc. .Mrs. Arthur Eaclins of Cape jiriirdeaii wns here Tuesday al- .ciuUng lo business and vialmg friends. Mrs. Eachus lived liere lefore.movingi to Cape about liirce i^e^ ngo. 'Griffin Weiivci-- 'nnd Hoy Parham, of Amory, Miss., and n cou- Mrs, E. (J. Cope and son, Ralph, rdUinied from Memphis Friday where Ihc yomn? man wiis a pa tient In tile Methodist hospital for a few days recovering from an operation. Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Davis and children, of Trinnaiin. Ark., line Mi. and Mr«, Joe Strickland and Mrs. Ida Anderson, of Lake City wore iiucsls of Mr. and Mrs. D A Ruffin Sunday. The fall term of school in the consolidated district began Monday, November 5, alter a 10. weeks vacation for cotton picking. Miss Augusta Montgomery, of Dexter, Miss Katlierine Peck, of Maiden, Miss Helen Mayer and Jewell Metcalf and Mary lionise Fields, of Gape Girardeau, Miss Eluiii Duperctt. of DC Soto. and Miss Llla Edgcrlon, of Ciirutliersvillc. arrived Sunday to begin their work as teachers. Mrs. Earl niilfln look Mrs. Tolbert Brewer lo Ihe Crlsler Clinic, in Mcuipiiifc, 1-idlay lor examina- Mrs. Thomas liou, Tliey were accompanied by poplar Bluff Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shepherd and (he District folbert Brewer. Miss Wanda Bryant, of Newborn, Tenn., was a guest of Mrs. J. M. Grantliam last week. She turned to her home Sunday. Mrs. Bill Dempscy left Wednesday for Webb City. Mo., after n short visit with her husband, who Is a patient in the sanitarium Ihere. R. H. Timiin was returned '.o his home fi'.oiu thil Mr,thodlst hospital In Memphis Monday. He was taken down u week ago and put in a cast l>:eausc' of Injuries received when he fell from Ihe roof of his home. Mrs. B. P. Parks and Mrs. Milford Sanders shopped in Kennett Monday! ' Mr. and Mrs. Llndell Baglcy, of Parma, \vere \veck-end guests of Mrs. Bagley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. E. Allen returned Sunday after spending a few days visiting relalives in Pine Blull and McOechee, Ark. J. H. Hardin was laken to the Baptist hospital in Memphis, Saturday, where he will receive Ircat- mcnt. G. M. Riddick spent the weekend here attending to business as Ihc federal game protector. The Rev. C. N. Gaines, Mrs George S. Brown and Mr. anrt| Mrs. Thomas I?. Wilklns drove Thursday lo jitlcwl .... Missionary of the Methotllst church. Miss Maurine Baisett Country Club Hostess Miss Maurine Basscll. for 12 yeais connected with the Snn Antonln Country club of San Antonio, TJX has accepted the position as hostess at the Blythevillc Country club. Det'dUed plaus ol u ucvs- program o bo carried out in entertainment or the club members will be an- lounced within a few days lollow- ng the arrival of Miss Basselt ycs- crday afternoon. Miss Basse-It was educated at the Forest Park University. St. Louts, nid Incarnalc Word college of San Antonio. Read Courier News Wanl nds. Brj-anl-itirsus. Miss Ora Bryant, daughter ol Mr. nd Mrs. John Brvant. became the ride of llollis Bargus in a cire- lony performed in the Ivomc of live ?ev. and Mrs j. a. Copclnnd at ! ootcr Saturday. Only Intimate ricnds nttcnclcd the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. liargus arc wel nown among ihc younger set of looter. They will make thsir homo 'n a. farm nenr there. . Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Pills and children have returned to their home at ' Checks COLDS ami EVE! Flrsl Day Headaches In 30 Minnies 666 Liquid - Tahlcts Salve - Nose Drops Ladies New Novelty FOOTWEAR Wonderful Sl.vli;, Quiil- ity iitul Fil ;iC I 'onii tin' Prices 'Ii niul Kruwn Hij;h !«icc Kill i|iiarU>r, Siltide viiinf) French heels. $2.95 Hhuk and iirown Sucdu Thousands of Women Sa PURE Chilled By Frigidairo Safe - SunUnvy Pint - lc Quart - Ho CRAIGS'DAIRY Phone 7<) Ties sin ot Mr. Weaver, Hoy .Weaver of New Orleans. La., who have been here visiting Griffin Weaver's sis- lei and husband Mr. and Mrs. H. Harmon, have returned to Amory. " " ' Mrs. L. L. teller of Orun siwnt Hie weekend here with her mother Mis. Mollie Dorr's. Miss Helen Dcrnslcln and Miss Maymie Saiger of SI'. Louis sirait the weekend here visiltng Mis, nernsticn's sister, Mrs. Hlamsiii Kolm. Miss Maymie Williams, a nurse of Memphis was here Friday visiting in (lie home of Dr. and Mrs |A. Cl. Shirley. Miss Williams as- HOME TALENT REVIVAL MEETING First Christian Church Sixth and Main CONIHJCTK!) liY mil I'ASTOU, V. K. IHITrEltWOHTH, AND LOCAL WORKKlvS .Begins Sunday, Nov. 11 - - Continues Two Weeks 7:80 Each Niglil Except Saturday SI'UCIAL CHOHUSES—DUETS—BIIJLli UHILLS—SEUMONS Some Themes Thai Will Make You Think: "The GOOD News in the Gospel". "I ( 'uur Big Fouls in IBlythcvillu". "Si^iis of the Eiul of the Aye". "Saved By Gniee". "Indisputable I'roof That thu Is Insiiircd". "Scienliticallv Convciluil". "What Muddled Up the Churches". "Thric Great Gonfoasions". "Why 13« Saved, Anyway?" "The.Last Hotincl-Up" (Cowboy Service). "Who Won't Go To Heaven". "The Unpardonable Sin". "The Passover Feast Demonstrated". Good aste. I'in .Strip' Iw Cuban heels. Tree Bark lilatk and linnvn I'alctil lips and trim, liij;h Con- tincnlnl heels. Htnjck'ss Chiffon Hose Clear and Shoer ?8c Pair 0. C. GANSRE Tlic these .'so iU'Gthc tniJdesl loaves It's good to smoke Luckies foi Luckies ^re round, Luckies are firm, Luckies are fully packed with only the clean center leaves—I these are the mildest leaves — they cost more 4 they taste better, "It's toasted!'
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