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TWO ILITHEVILLE, (ARK.)" GOUHIKR NEWS crc le; Wilson Society crsonal Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS American Legion Auxiliary meeting at liu.1, 1:30 p.m. Literary department Woman's ?iub meeting at club house, 2:30 P. M. Mrs. W, c, - Hlgglnson having Young Matrons Bridge club. • Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs.' Floyd White. Laiigc P. T. A. meeting, 3 P. M. - Eastern Star having .stated meet- Ing al hall, 7:30 P. M. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Delphlivn Fine Arts club meeting ' Club Has (iursls. Mrs, J. E. Crltn enlerliilncd members of the Thursday Bridge club nnd Mines. James Hill j,-,, J. W. Parker, 11. I. Gllmore, Harry Klrby, Clcorge M. Lee nnd Fred ,„„„ ,, 1U1!A . „,, Rutherford this week. A member, Crawford, tiuby Mrs. N. B. Memird, wus nlso u Mary ni| ; , nuoulchen tea guest. /liitiuim I; used for tlu at Hotel Noble, 5:30 A' M. Mrs. W. J. Wnnderllch having .Wednesday Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Byron Morse having Thurs,day Luncheon club, . Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. J. F. Leiilt. • Mid-Wcck Bridge club meeting .with Mrs. U. A. Lynch. Bible Study ClHirch of Christ, 2:30 P. M. with Mrs. S. 1,. Web- -ster. Central Ward 1 J . T. A, exccn- >lcc<l P In S'«l n 'live board meeting 2:30 p. M., fol-! RCls ' Serenade" .lowest by meeting of entire or-1*'•'*• u » s i'igcr. .ganizalion, 3 p. M evening al tin,' liunic of Mrs, T. ". Harm's, These played fjliuio .M-lcctiuiifi.- Miisinc'Harris, Allrc Jan? Hester, Cclmiiick, C., arrived Sunday to spend a month with her pnronis Mr and Mrs. c, S. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs.. Sevens and son, Colrimin met her in Memphis. Mr atln' ' Oslc nrxl >IH! bridge games In H'hlcll Mrs, Cluirles L. Wylte won the club mine, ;m oven set, anil Mrs. Hurry Klrby, the guest \»-\?K, hosiery. A wind course was served with cnmly and coll'cc. Arinorel I'.-T. A. Mfi-ls. The Armorel |>.-T. A. met Thursday afternoon with 'J5 members and visitors present. The Illi JUKI Bin grade pupils presented a playlet, "Down with Uiid English," niotlos mil! sloenns were given by pupils o( Uwxc grades, Miss Mnurlne Hm-rlson and Miss Margie Nccdlisiin were olher characters and Miss llernlcc vioJi moto accompanied by , Jewish Lndles nld mcetfiig with •Mrs. William Borowcky lit Manilla, 8 P. M. •Blytheville Boy With Vaudeville. ', John T. Long, son oj Mrs. John ,H. Long, Is now with a vaudeville company playing the tinim In the orchestra. At present Hie show is appearing In points of North Carolina, including Durham, Hcnder- 'son and Ashcville. From there ,they will go to Florida for Jnn- ;vary, then to Mexico, points of .California, Kansas, Seattle nnri Mother points of Washington and ;'into Canada. ,, , ...... *'-, * ILU pj Mrs. Z. Jeidel, i3lylhcville. secretary; w Goldstein. Sikcslon, Mo., . Miss Kathleen Hesse, daughter ;of Mr. and Mrs. w. E. Hesse, mul •Mr. Grover E, Thompson, of Lux- Jora, were united In mnrrlasc :Tucsday, November 13. The cerc- •mony was performed nt Caruth- 'eisville, Mo. Mr. and- Mrs. Thompson will make • Iheir home here for the present. Mr. Thompson Is a •planter.. ' t Bride Complimented. Mrs. Bill Craven, who was bc- . fore her recent marriage, Miss •Alma Maloiiey, was 8«esl of hon- 'or at R shower given by employes ,cf Kress Wednesday evening at tile home of Miss June ftylee. After the bride was presented .the gifts, games nnd contests wero enjoyed wllh Miss Willie Mttrlcr : winning a prize. . Chilli, candles and coffee were terved. Scouts ID Bjf lake. Members ol Troop 31 with tlic scoutmaster, Ormrlcs A. stiibbs, were at Big Lake Saturday making of a log cabin. They made ing of alog cabin. They nnttte the trip In a truck and spent a liort of the day boating. Scouts making the trip were- Hardy Gray, Charles Bright, Lloyd Plorman, Marvin Nimn Jr., Eugene Hood, Irving Osborn, James Ed- .„.,,... „,, nlm win Critz, Jack Jenkins. Mansfield chcr and I o Mrs, T. E. Taic guvi: a detailed rcixirf, of (he state l'.-T A convention nt t-'ort Smith, cinr- Imid Connstcr, superintendent, rji'Ve n report ol work iiccom- pjishcd In observance of National 'Kclucntlon Week, mid thanked the I'.-T. A. in bobrtlf 0 ; tlie school and Icachcrs for the Complon's ^Encyclopedia Just received. Miss Clarice Kennedy guvc u report from Mrs. Ocilen, imlloiuil southern regional chairman of Girl ""ills In Little Rock, that 1111 or- itanllon ol cmnily monthly iiectlngs of cilrl Scout lenders for nsmg dllTcrcnt courses in scoul- »g, w-oldd be open ( a anyone wishing to join. The hostesses, Mine*. L. S. Wil- liims, Hale and Alice Womiick served a plalc lunch ,if pumpkin pic lopped with whipped cream neal loaf, pickles and codec nnd Jic favors were liund ,, wt ic t_ ur . keys, nmdc by u, e 5Choo , |)nl>lks Illillor Hada.ssah Has Meetluf Here. , Wnslitiurn, Robert Jonlz, Jame Barnes, Mac Elder. Dill Turner, Coleman Stevens, Robert Herrick and Blaii Heath. Has liridce Luncheon. Mrs. Marvin Robinson entertained 24 guests with a bridge luncheon Friday al her home on West Main street, when tile autumn motif was carried out in the chrysanthemums, used for decorations, -and the tallies. 'A two course menu was served. Later, in the bridge games. Mrs. W. H. Minyard won first prize, a vase, second honors went to Mrs H. Hlghfill who received a casserole and the third prize, hosiery, was won by Mrs. Baker Wilson. 'lt/, I'ortnpi-- C|CC|C(I . r -...j t.lllkl.11 JJlLftl- :lcnt of the Junior lindawah, pre- s.«led at Hie tnccling ) lere vesler- diiy nltcrnoon m (he Hotel "Noble. Oliicr olllccis of the '»••• ...,ti.... .ire: M| M Gcrlriido New Miulrid. M 0 . iesidfiU; Svivln rccord- Mo., treasurer; :er, Slkcslon, re- members atteiid besides (he or- Miss Fan porter. Out of town >K the mceliii nccrs were: Misses Ri'imcllc'weiii- S, "me Rulieiistctn and Freda Has Birllulay LVIchradon Because Mrs. I. O . Wcstbrook ;d her daughter, Mrs. n L Ucd- man of Mcmplils. ban, | lrul btrth . days last week, Mr. and Mrs. 1> ( |- Mrs Wcstbrook. Mr. and Mrs. «. H. Wcstb/ook and family cf here, Mr. and M r .s. nonnlrl pir-r •Oil iiiid n vocal number by Naomi Pink.-ion wciv .special Iciilures. Tnlks wen' uivi-n l>y thrKc: "Skcldi of the Llie and Vlmk', 'if CllO])lll" licit Uclilfy; "lilo- liniphy SkeU-li nf Kdward MclJow- tliL'r Can Make Music ytialy A Uellsjhf Niioini I'lnksion. Alice June Ilesler then pluyrd n Mi : - for Hi'f.s. went t« Seimtobfa, Miss a Isrlpf stay wllh his parenl.s' b|.- JOIT niiiniltif; home. I!. II. Woodson, father «f |.; U. Wooilsoji, who has Ijcen (niiie ill Irom Immcliitls. is now improving, who Is crit- ui'vUlc-, Ark., Mrs. J. H. Ciillum jr. and Mis,; CViralyn Ciillum cnlcrlalned iO vhcrc they attended lo or (he Delta Valley , lilway. Mrs. Floyd Dotson and S0 |, James, of Port Scott, Kans will arrive today to be the guests or Mrs. Dotson's sister, Mrs. Robert "loach. Mr. and Mr.s. J. R. CulHiin at--'-- the "ncbutante" ball at MONDAY, NOVKMBKH 19, 193.1 (he I'he study cour.sc wus Riven by Ihe counsfllui, Miss Miimlc l>>c Jo.ies. rtorrcslnnnil;, wire awed in the :oc!n! hour (o Die ii)i>inl«.r.s an;l tlii'-st gurat.s: Mines, 'ixnn Harris, I 1 .I 1 '. Mc:Cul':hrji, (;ro.s Drnltn., .K.lni Crawford, Joe Md'all, T. j. r.:r.i'.ra, Hurry o^lc nnd Mr iiiui Mrs. ]|. ii. Hchmiiek. Lesion Aiixlllnry '1'ti .Meet 'I'licsifay. The Ammciin I.CKIDII auxiliary will have a business iiicrtinj. Tiiej- dt>y evening at the nev,' hill. Bits o/ A/W.s Mostly rs, Mistra ' Dori ; iind InioeciH'. are with him. J. T. Thurman and son, John ., of Ciraciy, Ky., have returned home after a visit with Mrs Liiti- Ilulibnrd, llielr daiiijhler and sister. day HlRlit at (he homo of Mil Ciillum, complimenting Miss Dorothy Itosc Williams, whose mar- riuKf to Mr. Gerald Lee W-.uldi>il of Osceola, will lake place the latter part of November. In tin; curd games Mrs. Ciis Hnimlon jr. won lust prize, a vanity set. A IKjivdcr box went to Mrs. Jack Wilton, of Osceola, for second high, Mi.ss Ediiii. Ayers. of Osccolu, received perriiinc bottles for ihlrd high, and perfume was given to Miss Margery Williams for low score. Lingerie wus Biren to the bride-elect who also received an assortment of gifts from guests. * 4 4 Mrs. Cone Murphy was hostess to (no tiitalcs of bridge Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. n. crain woii lirsl prixi; and MIS. Archibald CiilchiiiKs received consolation. Other gucil.s were Mrs. Walter Caul, Mrs. N. B. Ellis, Mrs. Joe cspcdimy'-t'r'scrPr^Kj,: c „„,„,„,„ a]u| M ,, s ;-' E jfiegenoUI. A. W. Allen of Alligator, Mis:;., ji viiiunii eniL'iiaint'd so — i^i.-wui t \ijLu i at a bridge shower Tliurs- Mc "'Plils Wednesday night. Mr. tin,) Mrs. John Tyrone and Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Cooper siie'ii Sunday in Tupelo, MISS,, visiting ( .. m , Vrs N ,. _,.„ ,, , parcm.s of Mr. Cooper, liavinu ton" ,. lls ' Mvs - Joe <I«iv,, cspeclully to se, rr^lr,. I I? 0 "'"'. Mre '. J ' "• c '"""». A"*'- HooscveH. Mr. mid Mrs. H. Wlsmnnn Mfcs Dorothy Washer, Miss Lilljaii Uhm and John rinckmlller, of St • Louis, were week-end ) Mr. and Mrs. A. !•'. Dietrich. guests of crsoiuu Odrtjc Mnl1li<yvs. ,lr., Iclt Kat- I'rduy night for Knnsas city. Mo., niter spending ii vacation' with his mollicr, M>>. G. U. Matthew::. Qfiic Bradhy "pint (be ivcck- cnrt i'l Nashville. Tcnn. Mrs. J. Samiic Liindrum left Saluuiuy for Holly .Springs, Miss, 10 .'i|)L'iit' scvcml days wllh her parent;-, Mr. and Mrs, II. Slgman. Mr. and Mrs Thomas Wruight six?i,t cifilnrclay hi Memphis. Dr. mid Mrs. I\ml L. Tl|ilon and Dr. and Mrs. R. 1>. Martin are In Caruthersvilic for tho funeral of J. L. James, prominent incr- who died yc.slcnlay. Mr.s. is a slslcr of Ur, Tiplon and both Mr. and Mrs, James lire ivi'll known here where Mr, James had considerable business inler- e.'ts tor some lime. 11. A. Smith, of I'aiiigould .vis- Hcd In [he city yesterday. ..; Dr. Edna Nlcs lias Bone (o Mn'iii- Pln's for n leu- Carl ycstcrduy. returned last nluhl Mr. and Mrs. ,1. A. Waterman «f Memphis, were gin-sis 0 | Mr and Mrs. J. p. Lo, ui Br ,turd;iy "lid Sunday. Mr. mid Mrs. Walter Uosenllnl went In St, Loi.'ls lust night for 11 buyins trip for (heir store. I Mrs, W. Leon Smith and fon Leon, Jr., and Mrs. c. G. Smlt'i spent Saturday in Memphis Rodney L. Banister spent Sim- duy in Memphis. Miss Julia Cark'tan Sims was in Memphis Saturday. Mrs. James II.' Clark went In Cinutlu-rsville today, ficcompany- . . . Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haley had us their guests J.'rjday Mr. nii.'l Mis. c«. C. Miller, ot Memphis, who were en route to Btoonillcld' they will probably' Mo., where make ilieir future home. Mrs. it. n, Hoiiehlns is expected to return home within n few days from Little flock where she Is visiting her parents, Mr an.I Mrs. p. u. Underwood. L. 13. Olci, Jr., of Memphis, spent •„,„ the week-end wiiu Mrs. old. | Mr . . , ., lias arrived lo spend (he winter \vilh Ins daughter, Mr.s W T licall. and family. Mrs. Stanley Barton and small son. scmley Glenn, returned ham a month's visit with Mrs. Burton's parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Glenn, of Collierville. Teini. They ivere accompanied home by Mrs Crlciin, who will also visit licr sister, Mrs. A. S. Catchings. G."ne Maxwell, student at Tu- pc'lo, Military Institute, Tu|>clo, .Miss., ivill sjjciid (ho week end ivllh his mother, Mrs. Anne Mas- and Mrs. Victor M-,nn 'ire were guests. Mrs. Fabur Whllo von tli<> guest prize, a pair of low;. A salad course was served. Mr, and Mrs. A. W. Young and heir son, Andy, spent Saturday n Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. B. Young ere in Memphis Sunday. Hale Jackson and Charles Lowance of here and Chester Low- aiict of Memphis went to Nashville, Tcnn., to (he Vandcrbilt- I'ermessce football giimc Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Richards of 'Memphis were guests of Mr. Rich- irds mother here yesterday. Mr. and Airs. W. J. Driver and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Gladlsh mo- loved to Tupelo yesterday. Liixora Society — Personal , . . . a rs. ctor M-, Clarence Wiison and children. I „„.. parcnls of a 2, K li U i ' .............. Am, 1.11,1 Billy amV"Mte|w7riMe.sdiirarihc 'liaS''r'l,o^i" retuin'cd lI V 1l ! CkWO °"' °" Mc "'l> h * s .;tal at Memphis ' vlllc. Tcnn,, where they spent (he jiui'iV as Iheir I'l V ' I " '*'• Lawhorn dsys .stay. Dr. Nlcs, who accompanied lur , ay- ing her brother, w. A. Joplin who Eloisc Unrnes. Bert Dcnley ami Utlly Schmucfc cutcrtuinctl HIL' Mc- Uoivcll Junior Music club I'Tirtnv HEAR GRACE MOORE MAIL ORDERS NOW OPEN ' Dress Circle. ----------- J2.50 Krst sccU'on, arcna^ ____ S2.00 Second section, arena.. Jl.SO Balcony __41,50 & $1,00 NOTAX - :•:;•-'•* M tititu' inucd in ouJtr cKtcVi are tceiivei). Kfate chctVs riv Alt : lo Mrs.AV. B. Chipnun. ' of Join-I stay he nf Uir- nn iih nil daj- and O'Neal nlnurwm attended ITnir. Mr. nnd MIS. Dediuiin mid two •luldrcn lived here until they rc- -fntly moved to Memphis. McUuivcll home after several dnj.i convalescing from Still, of [Mymomli, n-Iiiuii'd from;:a brief slay in Memphis. JIDly Lausiic Client the wccl;- cnd in Nashville for llome-Com- hif Day at Vatidi-rbllt, his alm.i nutter. Mrs. Lfroy Woo,: :»id her mn (her, Mrs. Will Wood, of Lusoi i spent Friday in Memphis. Miss • Jeanne Dilliihunty has re lurncd from a two weeks stay m Jonesboro us the rjucst of Mis', Frctda Sccoy. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Leo Imvu rc- Imiied to Iheir home in Dyers- linris, Teini., after n brief stay vvilii rclativc.s. Fred Matthews and Ray Hull have returned from >Bt, Louis where (hey nlteiulcd u "lied and iVhile" couveiitiou. Miss Francisc Rosenthal lias ictiirncd from a visit in Memphis. Fred Matthews .silent. Wedni-s- d».v in Sikcsloii, Alo., where lie attended (he funeral ol mi uncle. Mrs. Charles F. Wood, who has been in Memphis for a iveck with her sister, Mrs. P. B. Eastwood of Oarnthcrsvillf, who underwent >aii operation, wns here Saturday cli- roi.to Id Ciiruthci-svlllc where she will spend uvo week sin Mrs. Eastwood's home. Mrs. Eastwood is lapirlly improving. C. W. Ferguson and A. L. Uoyce luivc returned from Tyler, Texas, m OMEN r . „„ ,—during ji«lnfnl perl- oils and «s a tonic for lack of appetite, poor nourishment and ncivous Read Courier Newa Want Ads. PURE Chilled By Frigldairn Sale - Sanilnry I'iiit - ^K Quart - !2c CKAIGS DAIRY Phone 7'1 Help Kidneys • If ixmly fnnctioninc Kidntyn anil lilaililcr m^ko you nulTcr from (If I tin st I'nlns. Stiffness. IJutninK. S:nnttlna: Tlrhins, orAclrilly try tho Ruarnntcixl —Musi fix: you up or nionu)- tnclc. OnlyTS/atdrugRisU. HieetliiB "f the O, E. S. „, Tain- Ulrs. j. p. Thomas pa tills wccH. After the meeting : o T iJie will accompany Mr. and Mr rs. Joe Segravcs will visit )ier daughter,' Mrs. Edwin Crabtrce, in Avoir Park. Thursday night Dr. and Mrs • Osceola Society — Personal Mr.s. Godfrey Whla cnterUiincd HT two (able bridge club Friday, ifterncon al lior home on Highway til. Mines. U. B. Driver, \V. J. . !•'. Hudson entertained the Contract club of which they are members, at the community house In addition to live tables of club members 20 guests were present. At. /the conclusion of live games of contract club prizes were Awarded HiisH'II Uowen and Mrs Jesse llrown and fcue.st prize was by Miss Orlena Hires ' Get Rid of Malaria! Chills and To conquer Mauuia, you must ( |,> two things. (1) Destroy the infcc- lion in the blood. (•„>> jjuild up the blood to overcome the rlVccts ,, , , uiuuu ic overcome lie r feels aii<i Mrs John Thweatt was ill ilm i I lo forlify against further ail-irk n'l^S'r 1 , *" h i!i l ™! t; " 1 » ™<« is "-.medicine tlun fe ....,* lll.l;r.. UII.'VJ Crlena Hires lias been teaching as sntotitiitc for her. Miss Eililyn Howard of Hurdclic Mrs. Rucl Unllei . — —•-...., ,,. y . n da iiiu yuLM. I>1 jr. and L. C. B. Young itor the week-end. Mrs, Til os. p Louise Mcllemy Hie.se two thin-is and Dial i; •'= Tasteless Chill Tonio' The tasteless miininc. in Grove's: IV.sle- Icss Chill Tonic doslroys the malarial infection in (he blood while — J iiiiu mrs. "'« ''on builds up the blood. Thou- lludson were Blytheville | 6a " <ls «' people have comniered 'Malaria with (he aid ol Orovj's ri>i>tcle.ss Chill Tonic, in addition ic hems a noted remedy for Malaria, it is also au excellent tonic Hospital /Votes Admitted to th^ythcville hos- ? ' Sclloono ™' I!ni «s City, .., Chill Tonic is plcalmt to lalv contains noUiln» harmfi " M , ' o av City, Mo. : Mrs. .Anna Herring, contains noUiln» harmfi Fvn peering, Mo.; W. A. Oats. Hoi- children like it . ai « hc i " L ,i V , 'i and MO,; Earl Ross, awclc. Mo, .safely. For sale by a L 1 \ Is Dr. J M, Anderson, ciiy; Mrs. T. Now two sizes-SOc a d SI Th \i H. Edwan s. Hnlhmrl M^ • M™ M., n „» ........... .,.."" *'• 111 ^ 51 H. Edwards, C. C. Nolan. Holland, Manila. . . Dismissed: Man's Heart Stopped, Stomach Gas Cause \V. L. Adams was bloated so with gas that his heart often missc':. beats after eating. Adlerika rid him of nil gus, and now he eats anything and feels fine. City Drug Store and Klrby arcs. Drug Co. —Adv. HI size contains 2',i u mc ., „,, , as the 50c size and B ives yon '&* mere lor your money. —Adi I'lione 177 Al Night—Sunday—Anytime For Quick and Dependable Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. Friday Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wood, Mrs. E. H. Bogati and Mrs. R, T. fiwaves left for a (wo weeks vacation In Florida and Havana. Mrs. Uogjin is a delegate from the slate of Arkansas to the national N'oiv Located al 101 N'orlh Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EOWAKPS, I'coprictor 411 makes uf rebuilt Typewriters, Mdinj; Machines and Calc Repairing—1'atts—Itibbous FASTER.MORE DEPENDABLE AND ECONOMICAL . Enclose rself-addttsscd envelope. , MEMPHIS NOfTTH HALL FRI, KITE, NOV. 3D MARVELS OF . MARVELRAY Hero's tho loveliest un-" derwear you could possibly buy at the price. Kayser's "Marvelray"! Made of fine rayon. Touch if. .it feels so soft. Wear it , , it molds itself to your figure. Wasti it , . it comes out like new. And it costs only 50c - 7k - $1 JACK APPLES A UM that Well-Groomed Appearance , simply myn, . BO(V dm,, ,-,»i!s(iinl wi Talk about Speed!.. the modern Hotpoint I-lectric Range cooks as fast as food will cook. 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