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TiiuftsbAV, (AUK.); (JOtJRiEif Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Miit-Wcek Bridge c)ub meeting with Mrs. A. B. Fairficld. Mrs. O. w. McCtitclicn entertaining the Thursday Contract club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. p. c. IJothrock. Business Woman's circle of First liapllst church meeting at church nt O':30 p. in. U. D. c, meeting with Mrs. J. w. Badcr at 2:30 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Lltcniry department of Woman's club meeting at club house at, 2-.30 1>. in. Stated meeting of the O. E. H. and Dutch supper at 7:30 inn. at (lie hall. Elmwooel Cemetery Association meeting al home of Mrs. J. H. Smart jr., 2:30 p.m. Dorcas Sunday school class of First naptist church meeting at the church at. 2:30 p.m. SATUHDrtY'H E\TENTS Children of Confederacy niccllng will) Becky McCall at 2:00 o'clock. Brownie Pack of the Girl Scouts having a tea at the First Presbyterian church from 2:00 to 4:00 o'clock. Class lint: Dinner I'arly Members of the Euzelinn Sunday school clnra of the First Baptist church and their husbands were entertained at a dinner party Tticrday night,at the .home of .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Razor. Following the dinner Mrs. Roy Head, (eaclier of the class, . was surprised., with a handkerchief ."howcr, at which time the men vmit to the church for their class wcptinj,*. .Upon the men's return to the party, the 23 present played games. « * * Help Organize Nt\\- Liberty G. A. Following a .supper parly Saturday night, the Girl's Auxiliary of the First Baptist church accompanied by tlielr sponsor, Miss Virginia Huilman, went to New Liberty to assist in the organization of an Auxiliary there. They presented a program and explained (lie organization of [heir society. Members of Hie group who made this trip were: Naomi Jean Beiiy- nian, Pauline Hood. Billy Sue JLWS". i.-Sara, Warrinston, Mpry Louise Elkins, Alice Jo Merrill. . Mary Alice .McDermott; , Louise Hice, Frances Wade, Lillian Hives' Demarlf McGhee and Evelyn Sh'ib- Jcy. Monday afternoon, liiesc girls met at the home of Hutu Head tfor n short business and social meeting. It was decided to lake .'for their personal service project this monUi (lie care of a boy who is at the Blythcville hospital bccaiise of burns. Following the business session 'trie hostess, served iced drinks and a eamlwich plate. * * * Has Club Mrs. N.. B. Mcnard was hostess to members of the Thursday Bridge Bridge club and two guests, Mrs. Charles Crigger, jr., and Mrs. Jesse Taylor, at a bidge party yesterday afternoon -at.her home. , St. Valentine's influence on the party decorations, was seen in the tallies and the color scheme of the salad plate. Mrs. Ley Welch received the club prize, hosiery, and Mrs. Crigger the guest prize, handkerchiefs. .This club, which recently changed its meeting date from Thursday to Wednesday, will be known iH the future -jis the Wednesday Contract club. « * « Literary Department of Ciub Will Mrrit, ;'Ilie Literary department 01 the Blylhcville Woman's-Clilb win meet nt Ihe club house ,at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon. Miss Cora i,ee Ccleman will be in -charge of the program .which \vill be on the subject, "Women in Industry." Mrs. Winnifrcd Reynolds,, president of the Business and Professional Woman's Club, will speak on "Women In Business", Mrs. William Berry- mjan. chahman-of .the International Relations committee of the -same WEIGHT OFF FiEt Lew F«l Tkc Etij-Wtf— W'llkoolSui Ditlt t or 6i'dE : Brcakip|f t Btn'^nj :lf your feet Ami nnkle» fed tired and scKo all o«r—Iico.visc j-ou are c«rry1n« too muc^i fat — do:somclhinti about iL,Tri'-lhc trcAtmcnt th.it has helped millions to reduce excess \vciRhl. . , . ! . . -, ( There's a wayon why so manj- people find dirtins flow and-<SCtcn.Uint8--filUl« ln t te- duciny. THc reason. <Joctors say, Uvcften tcca<isc a lilllc y»ncl L U i\ol working.rijht. I FLAPPER FANNY By Syl • Bits of News Mostly Pevsb'ri^l "ftl. ol Mummolh SprliiBs. Ark., will lonvt! tomorrow lor port Myers, l'ln..'wlierc they will sjiejid n nionlli. nicy ftio molorltw mul itslng tv I in Her. "1 don't care v.'Uirt tskimos do—my igloo's jjoiu'.to-lunc cross-ventilation." club, .will talk on "Women in L'jgis- scnlcd to Mrs. Austin by her grand? lature" and. : Mrs. Howard I'roctor son, Jimmic Carlton Austin, of Little Reck, secretary to the In-1 Among those present were: Frank dustrial Welfare Commissioner of! Austin nnd family cf Clear Lake, Arkansas, will speak -on "Women of I Hoytc Hudson nnd family, Ray- Arkansas." Ross Stevens will sing mend Hoilge and family. Rush Aus" sol °- tin and family, Hiram Austin and family. Miss Mn.vle iUurll of Mcm- phis^ Mr. and Mrs. Luke Hudson of Ccckrum, Miss., and Andy Mayo. To Compliment Bride-Klcct MIES Mary Virginia Arnold, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Martin -Arnold of Memphis, whose marriage to Sheldon Hall, son of Mr. and : .Mrs, C. H. Hall, will be solemnized February 26 at the Second Presbyterian .church o f Memphis, be ^ complimented , . ^ with two., parties given by Mrs. Hall during this., week end. Out of town guests for the luncheon tomorrow and the bridge party Saturday .afternoon will be .two members of the wedding party. Miss Shirley Arnold, sister of. the bride- elect', aril Miss Elizabeth Ann Willey,', of Marianna, cousin of Miss Arnold.'. . .- • , * * * Entertains P. E. O. Jonquils .attractively arranged throughout the home 'of Mrs. J. A. I ccch announced .the coining of the -pring season when she entertained members of the "D" chapter of P. E. o. with a luncheon Wednesday. A .plate luncheon ,was served in an informal style to the guests, following which the memb'ers had a constitutional quiz conducted by Mrs. H. H. Houchins. • * » Bible Study Meets Seven members, were .present it the meeting of, the Ladies Bible Study of the Chiircli of Christ Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. w, Austin. Mrs. Joe McFarl'a'nd was leader cf -the lesson which was taken from the third and fourth .chapters of Romans. Prayer <was offered by Mrs. Howard Wilson. ... * ° * Has JBirUi'day Dinner Mrs. ..S. E. Austin was. ciiest of donor at a surprise birthday dinner at her home Sunday. The ^chicken dinner was served from an attractively tlc'corntcd Uiblc. The .'assortment of gifts was prc- Cliil) Has Guest Mrs. Charles Rose jr., was the guest of Mrs. W. J. Wmulcrllch when she entertained .the Wednesday . Bridge Club yesterday for Juncheon anci a card game. Spring flowers in the center of the small tables nl which the two course luncheon was served and bouquets throughout the house added a. decorative note in keeping with the springtime. In the.card .games, Mrs. W. II. Minyard was. high and Mrs. James H. Bell, second high. At the Hospitals Mrs. Totn llealon underwent an operation for appendicitis yesterday afternoon at the Blythcville hospital. Mrs. Wiley Lynch, of Stecle. Is a patisnt at the SI, Joseph's hospital. Memphis. Altpn Hall, of Keiser, was taken to the Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. Party Honoring Head Of Rotary Described A parly in linnor of M. Maurice DuFcrry, president of Rotary International, who is now touring the United Stales, .was described by Mrs. R. F. Kirschncr. at, the weekly .luncheon meeting of the Rotary club at the Hotel - Noble today. Mrs. :Kirslmei- attended cite party recently given at Kansas »-y. E. C. mini, notarial) from Wopdriver, 111., clinpter, and R. V. Madden of the Osccola. club were guests at tho meeting. .Members of the .club -visited ;ihc Rice-Stix garment factory after.] the meeting. Mrs. W. R. Oriiwford nnd dailu'li- Ur, Sandra., nnd Miss Jane Cunningham liiive returned (r^m Memphis where they hitve been visithiB their parents since 'Friday. Miss Cunningham, who lives In Memphis, Iras spent » greater •purl of the 'Winter here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Applclmim Iwvc roUmiert from St. ,'Loiils where they -did tiprint; buying for their store. Mr. .nnd Mrs. Harrv Khby 'nnd Mr. und Mrs. Farmer England. left this ihorhlne for New Orleans, They, plan lo return Sunday --'or Monday., Miss .ModhKt Mas»cy is seriously 111 from asthma nl the home of Mr. nnd Mre, Henry Humplircy. She became 111 Tuesday night .Mr. and Mrs. Hejsclicl slnarl nn:l Mrs. A. T. Cloar were In Memphis Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Hutha-ford niKl Mrs. Chester Calrtwell spent Wednesday In Memphis. Mrs. D. L. Gwa'llney. of Osccola and her house-guest, Mls.s Phoebe Enochs of Horseshoe Lake spent Wednesday ivlth Mrs, Gwaltticy's daughter, Mrs. Edgar Skinner and Mr. Skinner. Mrs. F. ,D. Joyner, Mrs. fTcd Santlefur, Mrs. j. Nick Thomas and Mrs. Carrol Blakemcre were in Memphis yraterdny Mrs. j. Mcll Brooks .mid .son, Mcll, Jr.. were in Memphis yesterday where Mrs. Brooks 'consulti-l a specialist. '. Mrs, Farnswortli Binck and Mi-w R»lh Butt are spending (oflny'in Memphis.. Tom Little, who has. been j, .'pi. jiwil at the Mcmpriis Motho:iisi hospital lor almost four weeks was brought home tcdny In- a Cobb ' ' t n r ™ ( but will have to remain in lied -for several more weeks Mr.,. H H. Kicks and so,,; Noel Hicks, of Los Angeles. Calif., Ifnvn arrived for a week's visit wltli'.'Mrs u._P.-OBy and other rclfl'llvesMiWd friends. They lived here a number or years. ago. ., Mrs. E. J. Browne, who has seriously ill at her, Ilo , llc .<,„ ' or a wcck l Mr. ilnd Mr,,, ciiailcs Allen ni\a daughter, PaLsy Ruth, nccoin'panicd by Mr. and Mrs, Terry Guard of Cnriitliersvlllc, attended the Jintcml or Mr. Allen's grandlaliier -oiin'rlM Allen, which was held nt Equality" 111.. Sunday. The n liens .moved the first of (ho week... to p6r(agDV,iU C , Mo., whore Mr. Allen 1ms pur.jhascrt n jewelry store. Among Blylhcvilie.people nUcmi- msf to business in St. Louis over the week cud were Mr. <m<| Mrs Plill Harrison, Mr. and Mrs.-Louis Lansky and Sain Flormai) Mr. and Mrs. W. T. .Banicit and (laughter. Ellllc Marie, . nnd Mr Hanictfs nioth'cr, Airs. .N. M. Bar- Stcelc-Cootcr Society—Personal i*tl« loiury Soi'icly MtTl.i The Misslouury society mot at (lu> home of Mrs. M, A. Masspy Mpniliiy. Tl:c .session was opened wllh inayev liy .Mrs. J. I 1 . Vickrcy. foltou'Cil- by (he ilcvotlonnl Riven ':>' Mis. Mivsscy. Din-Ins the Ixisl- i>e.'i; nie?tliiK iiliins were made for (mine tin- llolnry C'luli lunrhroi'i. » • # l!"rli Club I la's Call Mei-lln,; I'lans were made for the conihiE 'Tin- by lln> j)vo|.'mm roiDinltlrc »l llu> boot-, club at :\ iiirellni! at tin- lump of Mrs. C. E. Miller Satni- ilnv nllwiiocn. After the biisiues-s- i-rs-iinn ifficsliiiu'nt.s weie scrvcil. •I. fj. C.pininu is Kuircilny; scv- rrcly riiim (l n c.vc Injury ciiiisivt |jv '•* Ciisli lu (hi; |)u|iii from ,n wire.' (•'ilbi'il l)i own oi Mnriutuluki'. Ait:. wus (be Biie.-jl of his .son, Kl- wmil fiiovvn and family. Monday. Mis. t.tjwls Lester, Mrs. W. N H'-lly, Mrs. Hayes Smith and dmiKliln, Ilaj-.el, Mrs. Je.ss I,itlK- I'Ji'l Mrs. lliirvlc Willis, were In Mis. A, 1). Fielder was liiken to ll»- liapiiai hospital lu Memphis ' I|p "'Kl Mm. Robrrlspn o! Ix.Mchvilic.wcrc rjucsts of Mr. and H. A. Spe.ncc Siiiidiij'. Mr. niul Mrs. nolicrt Sl-cle Jr •m<( diniBliicr, Mno' Uliralicth" •in lit last week end ,\i Crowder' .1"-. as guv.il of Mrs. Leonard ens- iil.v nnd family. Mrs. niiui taii'lion and Mrs J ^'; R( '"° S I >C1U Tucsduy hi Mem- Mr. ai)(l Mrs. joe Knsspll and Mi's. J. Abner Ashcmft are sncndui: tcslay In Memphis. Mrs. Orncc Jours Is vIsHtui; her t"',';,(l v ,i!'- Ashc " lfl - Blia - fimilly - or Deniojistralioii Club News Nol'cs Tlirco Cliilis bi'Kiiii'izcil OSCJiOLA, Ark., Feb. ».—Three new Home Demonstration clubs inve been orVnnivjcd in South MIs- ssipiil County this week nccord- s! to an announcement made to:lay by Miss Inc« Kincaid, Ho'mo penian.',lrntioii neent for (he south i hall of the county. . I The locutions and - olilcers aic:! JPor pic crusts (Imt mull in your month Coolnng F4t "It's Worirlcr'fiil" / / % A. \ All Iho l>!-JOfl tn y»iut )ocly--sd«s Ihrojigh this Uny Rlaria sixteen 1 titnci every Aiy, It ' il^dotiSTi't pour Into Ihc Hood stream alxjut one anJ otic-hli!f-drops of vlUhilufd every 2t hours, many pcojile lAkc on. Ujjly '/il- TKi's :fluid hc'PS Nature in "6ufn up" .excess ; fowl and fatty tissue in m^ch^the s«mc ! way as « Road ''tirnfP',fiCts;m.*ffurK«ce- INow. phyMcUiiR combftt this conrltlion hy fec^nff tWs.glan'd-lhc 8itbt!»ncc U I*fJc*.^ und millions of Vouiids of excess :fat h»j Veen wiped out in this v»y. ' ^ ^.- - ''.Murmnl* PrrscripHon TAWdi coni«injKe 'ante *(emcnt presfribod.by moil doet^rt in tre&tin? their folpatienl*.. So dont-waiUi your Umc or monty-strivins to reduce vrljth. etarvition diels or^fcatV-Vreiltlnjf *xer«ses. Start the Marmola treatment today that millions. have used loLKet-H'l of txcess fat. Thfi totn\ula ta in «vcry box ?,o you know •Juiil '>fli4i'yi>u HTt'WWnr-'Uon't"^*il^-'ct a box of Matmola today from Four d ANNOUNCEMENT (Knr'mcrly The New Kionorny Shop) IS MOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS . frtt'c .managemcnl of lliis shp|i need. 1 ; nn inlrdrliii'tipn 'to this .trade Icrriiory as they have served ymi l«r the •i>asl ten years. Their policy has always hccn "(lnalilj* Jilus, Service." The buyers ;havc just rclurnctl from mar- Kct.anrtrhavc never jiefm-c been in such a gootl itnsilinn to offer you -tiuire twlstanriing merchandise at popular prices. , They ,invitc yon (o conic -in ami see their lines of : la- ffies read.v-(o-«<!Hr in 'COATS - SUITS. -PRESSES - MfLLINERY HOSIERY - SHOES AND ACCESSORIES liLDG. I'JIONK- 951 While-Mrs, it, L. Ferguson. pi-csl- ilfiil, Mr;i. J. K. McDoimkl, vlco piwlilfiii; Mis. l>. T. McKiiy. sec- rrtmy; Mrs.. Louis .White, reporter. Umii>y — Mrs. Fred Dcmpscy, president; Mis. C. M. I.oftln, vice president; Mrs. J. A. Ooqcl), secretory; Mi's. Lorn Johnson, rc- Dyews No. n— Mrs. Ode iJcnnclt, inesldcnt; Mrs. Fletcher Alfred vice iiresident. Tills brines -tlii; fotnl number of clubs in this section to twrnty- two. , isoynluii 'Mil 1 Bciyiilc-n iiojiio ncniomtra- llon Club hokl ll.s nnimn) election of oftlcw-s Tuesday afternoon at liic homo of Mrs. A. it, Gnrncr. Ihe following were elected' Mrs Iroy MiHlsey, president; Mrs A H Cmriier, vice ini'sldwt; Mrs J, ]) thorn, sci-ieliiiy; Mrs. W. V True rc'iiorter. The Kiaiip decided to meet on Ihe .second Wednesday of cncli month. A talk \vns given and round (able (llscuixsliHi liold on Ihe "Constitution." Miss Cora Leo Colemnn, home dcmrnstnuion nuciH, giivo a drmoiislrrttlon on soybcnn cookery nml Boston brown urcnO, 'ihc ml- vmi:ccl -1-11 Club girts nt Doynlon re ijuesls Hi tills meeting;. Hayti Society — Personal Or. nnd'Mrs. Harold Bishop and Mrs. Nellie Clot'clier nnd daughter Deity, spent the week end in e i. iflHls vlatling relatives. Mrs. Lloyd Jiltt lias returned to PottihonUis nrtcr.spcmllng a week with Mrs. M. C. Mitchell aiid other relatives. Mr. imd Mrs. Joe sawn, of Poplar Bluff, spent Monday here with relatives, Miss Mary Benson, of Capo ol- ranlcau, Client Monday jmd Tuos- <l«y with her staler, Mrs. sbnd Bhlpton. Mr. and Mrs. F. X. .Schumacher, Jr., and diuighlcr, Barbnm Jean, spent. Sunday In cnpo. Glrnrdcnrt with Mr. nnd Mrs. L, jj. chiuivln. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles, .Morgan .spent Sunday In Poplar bluff wllh friends. Mrs. Etln Travis of Bradford, Term.', Is hero visiting |ier brother- in-law, M, J. Travis nml Mrs. Travis. Stanley Marx of Cnjro, ill., was QUAKER OATS says Dr. Allan Roy Dafoe, their famous Guardian! "Today our liealthyDionnt Quins had -J.-i .Vt Famo{uSittert,nou>!n4tlty*ar,ihTi». ing on BitMatt of Grtat Amirtcani! •Hctc.mothers.ij the greatest brenk- (ist.birgaln cverl... A whole serving of Quaker Ota—rich In food-energy, rich in flavor-costs only ft (tn'tl No oihcr oitmcal like ttl It'j the main- ttty of millions. And givcj everyone a rictisupply of Nature'i Vitamin 8- thcvitamin^you need daily to combat' ncrvuusncsj.constlpition.pooripiM!- •itcl Toko ad- _.. • vantage of your f~ ... 7 - Bfocct', prices WOW WHY Jfl'-CTj'j today! .[ ™E QUINS IWElfi-o-J n.«.W.rUC..r.'llil I QltoKEROfflSr^^ BRACEMP NERVES & DIGEST/ON A HEAL „ BUY;..., .' . . (lllLY SIXMO 1932 Ford V-8 tiettixc Coupe Now SnortModel Color-Now Tiros. A Dandy Car. Only Hi.OO down 'and ?J6,bO per month PHIU.IPS MOTOR COMPftNY Blh&Wnlmrt ' ... .-J'honi 810"'. BUYS WHAT TOBACCO Like so many other independent experts, Hi Whitiey, Tobacco Auctioneer 6r/fc/iteoh,]V.(C.,smofees luckies D. (nii;L) WHITLEY sold over 15 million pounds of lolmcco :la.sL year. It's c;isy lo sec tiipl he's uii cxjicrt wlio knows tobacco. .So it's important 'to you when lie «iys..."At 1') diiTfii-cnt markets in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Kcnttiekj', I've seen Lucliie.s Iniy ihc bcsl tobacco. I ligure it's good tobacco that 'makes a good smoke. So my own cigarette is Lucky Strike! "I've noticed, too, thai intfepemlenl.buyers, not, connected with any cigarette manufacturer, smoke Luckies more than any other brand." Mr. Whitiey is correct. For sworn records show that, among independent tobacco experts, Luckies have twice as many cxchi- sivesmokcrs iteliavcallothercigarcUcsput together. Remember: The men who know tobacco best smoke Luckies 2 to 1. HAVE YOU HEARD "THE CHANT Of ;.. THI TOBACCO AUCTIONEER" j; i ONTHIRABIO? Whin vou do, rirnemb*! Iliat tuckist l«« the finest tobacco. Anil ol)o 1(10! thB' r Toolitng"procC5S romov»s certain harlh irritanls found in aj| tobacco. So lutkhl ate kind to your Ihroal. here Tuesday atUwUnj ^ buslneir! Mr, and )to, j. ,u, Wright; Mre. FinoUs Young and Kenneth (Jrady vJaited'Sfr..atid,Mis. Albert Curtis In.Coarafr Sunday. • t?ti. and ,Mrs. U. w. Harr'ell of Arbyrd, Mo., were hero Surtday vblttng Mr ( . and Mrs. chas. Hcirel. $>. L, Tenster 61 Camde'n, Tcnn, sp«nf ,the week end here with hh brother, Jack Teaster, and family, Mrs. Houstln Buckley and daugh- t«r, ; BarJJara,.and Miss Dennis spent Saturday i.n Cape Olrardcau. ; Aiito ofi'JOM Treasured HEVILLO, S. I). <UPJ ,- .Qnil Tticholke has a 1603 niodel auto- moblte 'for which he: obtained the first, state .certificate '.'or title in I93G, explaining the car had "'been Idle since the.stato title law went Into effect In 1925." ...-•; llav« some 2x«, 2x6 and 2x8 twelve and fourteen f«^t loiig cypress 'for sale at W2.50 rrfr thousand dell'vt crcd [n lllythtvlllc. G. G., CAUDILL • phone,197 j . Everything for your erttew tuinment and comfort. Admission Matlnw ,10o ,'* 260 Adml.sslbji Night Ue & 3Be Last Times Today WtLC -THE WtLCOMCTOTKE ORCHID ROOM -THE OAVlST SPOT ON EARTHI DICK POWELL ROSEMARY LANE HUGH HERBERT LOUELLA PARSONS BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS mm BAND D Also Paramount News & Comedy ' iee J0o & , ZOo- Admission Night 16q ,& JOc;, ,' ROUGH-HOUSE, Y' RASSLIN' RIOT1 '•; • •^l^iVJfi'f'V :,'! mNtmil BOCMT FRAWMcHUCll LOUISE FflZEHDA • NAT PENDLHON nmi siKacron • AIUK JENKINS THE WCAVEH BROS. £ ELVIRy Also "California Giants" aiid Call.' ..' lijd Kid." Admission Alatihec 10c & 2Go • Admission Night ItJc &' 36c WITH MEN WHO KNOW TOBACCO 8ESMT'SIUCKI!S2T01 C«niing Soon: THE HURHICANE HAM't MNDING HGHT FOR YOUR LADY THE BUCCANEER ROXY Admission Always IDo i Z6o Show every njght. Matinees t'rf- day, Saturday & Sunday Unly. Ftlday^ & 'Snnday Blaunws stall 2.-I5,. p.nv Saftirday ConUnuofu showing from I to. li:M p.tn. Nlghl shows start 6:15 p.m; Last Times Today PAL NIGHT! I Adults Admitted for Trice kt' I 'Blondcc at Work' with .(Gicn'da. Farrcll & Barton MeLanc Also selected.-shorts KHTTHH-PAGKEO IHRILLER! ;•» COIUMBIA >KTU«E AJso caiiwn & ,strii), 'Tim -Tyler's Luck."

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