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''WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, feLYTHEVILtE ', (ARK.) COURIEll NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Hiram Wylle. Mrs. Cuthrle King having Town and Country club. Mrs. Byron • Morse having Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. Harry W. Halnes having Mid-Week Bridge club. W. M. U., First Baptist church, having week of prayer meeting, 2:30 P. M. Chapter "N" P. E. O. Sisterhood having bingo party at Catholic hall, 7:30 P. M. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Democratic Women's club meet- •ing at Hotel Noble, 0:30 a.m. Golden Rule Sunday School class, First Christian church, having bin• go party, 7:30 p.m., at home of Mr. and Mrs.-W. H. Stovall. Mrs. Sallte Hubler and Mrs. Lee Armstrong entertaining Ladles Bible 'class, First Methodist church, 7:30 P. M, at home of-Mre. Hubler. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children of Confederacy having luncheon meeting at home of Martha Ware Bobbins, of Steelc, 12:30 p.m. For Romantic Spring Evenings Ha;; Birthday Parly. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lutes entertained with a dinner party Monday night, at their home on the south highway, in honor of Mrs. Lutes' 04th birthday. The house was decorated In spring flowers, with jonquils pre dominating. The host and hostess wero assisted in entertaining tbc 35 guests by all of their sons and daughters, except one son who resides in Detroit. The centerpiece of the dining table was a decorated birthday cake topped with 64^. candles, and this was surrounded by gifts from the guests. After dinner games were played by these guests: Mr. and Mrs. Payne and daughter, Nora, Mr. anc Mrs w. J. F-aught, Mr. and Mrs W. S. Langdon, Mr. and Mrs. Ira KconcV and son, Mr. and Mrs Hugh Harbert and son, Mr. anc Mrs. Hutcherson, Phil Applebaum Miss Inez Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lutes and children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lutes, Mr. and Mrs B. -Lutes, Mr. and Mrs. Harrj Lutes, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lute; and daughters, Hazel, and Mary .. Jim,_Henry and Luew Zimmerman and.B. N. Farrar. „.'_ '_-','• ' J ' ' ''" '* ''* * " Young Women of First Nazarcne Church Organize, Young women in the Firs Church of the Nazarene formed o Young Women's Missionary society in a meeting Monday night at the home of Mrs. Jack Parker, 140 Chickasawba Ave. These officers were elected: Mis, Dorothy Rylee, president; Mrs. El cue Tyrone, secretary and treasur er; Mrs. Ray white, superintend cnt of study; Mrs. Jack Parker superintendent of publicity; Mrs O. A. Dunivan, sponsor. Committees appointed were: Mrs Noble McCulIar and Mrs. L. L Boydston, program; Mrs. Elcue Ty rone and Mrs. Jack Parker, socia The nine present were served salad plate in the social hour be fore they went to church to at tend the evangelistic meeting. Baptist Women Continue Study The study of home missions i a series of special .services th week was continued by metnbe of the Woman's Missionary Unio of the First Baptist church Tues day afternoon In carrying out program of prayer and study th v/eek. Mrs. R. L. Feeder was leader c the program which had for subject "Sound Forth the Mine Note." The 32 present heard Mi Tom W. Jackson, Mrs. J. H. Sma jr., and Mrs. AJvin Huffman sa prayers, Mrs. W. M. Williams gi the devotional, and talks made 1 Mrs. Claude Stewart, Miss Co delfa Wilhlte, Mrs. John Bucha nn. Mrs. .?. T. Phillips and Mrs. Walter Bishop. . t j Tonight there will be a special program at the prayer meeting church, and the final study will ie h " M tomorrow* afternoon, 2:30 Bits of News Mostly Personal r Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Webb, formerly ol hero and now of Enrlc, visited here yesterday, Ruth ployd. daughter of the Hcv. ami Mrs. Carroll Cloyd, Is resting very well at the Memphis Methodist hospital, where she Is undergoing treatment (or n thyroid ailment, Her mother Is with her. Mr, and Mi's. George M. I-co have as their guest, Mr. Leo's niece, Miss Luclle Wilkinson, of Dallas, Texas, who will bo here, uils week. Mrs. n. S. Motl has returned from Memphis, where she visited relatives for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gates, who spend most of their time nt Mount Plensnrit and other points of Texas, arrived here last night, to spend a week looking after their (arming interests. Mrs. Whit, Woodman and diuijh- ler. Lee, of Memphis, will nrrlve Friday to spend several days will <1:s. Goodman's parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. D. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Coolcy, whc have been making their lioma in Memphis since January 1, returned last night for Mr. cooley to resume his duties as county. auditor. Mrs. Frank McGregor Is attending; to business In Memphis today. The condition - of 'Mrs. Claud "'•"• -orlh who .has.been very 111 for:two;.weeks, remains' serious Mr. and Mrs. Sam ;Florman in;Memphis 'today on 1 busliipss. ; Osceola? Society—; Personal Spring evenings call for light-hearted romanticism—a mood thai/s easy If jou wear 'glamo/lzmg frocks At the left is, a romantic gown of black and white net over white taffeta, with bindings of bright red and a corsage'of red and white carnations. The other is a sophisticated sheath'of gray chiffon ' with a little fitted jacket of matching chiffon, intricately shirred and buttoned at \\alstlini-. and a half pounds, has been lamed. Douglas :Edwards. Mrs, Jond was formerly Miss Alth'ea Edwards, of thls.-city, having made home with >Drs. 'Carl arid Jdna Nies lor six years. * '*:,'** Io Have Bingo Party. Chaptr "N" of the p, E. O. Sisterhood wtl Ihavc a Wngo party Thursday night at the Catholic with Mrs. Dixie Crawford in charge of the affair. Doubler Passes Chance to Defeat Five Club Contract E. O. Chapter Elects Officers. Mrs. w..L. Homer has been held 1:3o o'clock, for the entire 0 ciock, when there will be a social 1 sour. I * * * . -. . , Incentive Board Meets Plans for a bingo party, to bo -held next Tuesday night, were made at a meeting of the executive board of the Woman's club afternoon, at the The Woman's club and the. Children of the Confederacy, a junior Group of the United Daughters of .the Confederacy,-will sponsor the party, at the Woman's club. Proceeds from the affair will bo divided between the organization with the Confederacy group to use late Monday Hotel Noble. elected president of chapter "N" if-the p. E. O. Sisterhood, succeeding Mrs. Elton w. Kirby, who has bs-cn head of the group since it was organized a year ago as a •ister organization to Chapter "D" which has been organized for several years. Other officers named in % business meeting last night at the home of Mrs. Harry Kirby were: Mrs. Dixie Crawford, vice president; Mrs. George M. Hunt,, recording secretary; Miss 'Alta May Garlington, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Farmer England, chap 'ain; Mrs. Murray Smart, guard. A sandwich elate was served In a brief social hour to the H members present. * + * Yoiiiip Matrons Club Uas Weekly Parly. Mrs. Jesse Taylor was hostess to the Young Matrons 'Bridge club. She used jonquils to decorate lier house. Th cprize, beverage glasses on a tray, went to Mrs. Riley B. Jones.' A plale lunch was served after he games. * * * Missionary Society feels at Oosnell The Gosriell Missionary • society met at the home of Mrs. R. p. Temple Thursday with 13 members and four visitors present. The toll was called by Mrs. J. D. Nced- iiam. The niemteis voted to change the meeting day to Wednesday and- extended an invitation, to all local societies to meet •vitli them. Mrs. J. 'H. Este.5, corresponding sccretaiy who Is leaving next week for Torrcnce, Calif., to make her home, .was given a miscellaneous shower. She painted and presented the society a picture which will 1!V WM. E. McKENNEY Secielary, American Bridge League It does not pay to be greedy at the bridge table. The player who can see a sure set generally is wise to take it, and not gamble for a greater one. In today's hand, which was sent to me by Robert W. Wilkes, organist of St. Peter's church, New York, the folly of trying for too much> is aptly illustrated. West felt sure that his opponents could make four hearts, AAK VKQJ9765 » 106 AQ 10 Rubber—None vul. South IV 3V Pass Double West 3 M 5 * Pass North Pass •i V Pass t Pass East Pass Pass Pass Pass Today's Contract Problem West 'has- the" contract' for four spades. Adei winmnjf the opening lead, (ic lakes the club finesse, and then la;* down the nee. -Has: South a chance lo make- ah addilional trick by his play .to this trick? A 10 7 a VQ32 As^oclatlonal Workers ; Council Meets. Enlargement and Evangelism wa the general theme of - the -all-da session,of Hie Mississippi Count AESoclatlonal Council whjch me with the Keiscr Baptist church yes tcrday. a . ; Thdcbuncll meeting which meet the, first Tuesday' of each month Includes the pastors'^ofilcers of th< association- and assoclatlohal Sun (lay school, B. T. U., ahd\W. M U;,. officers. The devotional period was con ducted by the Rev J L. Nevisom o BlythevlUe Group conferences In all depart icnts of work were conducted In ic'morning by assoclatlonal lead rs,' followed by a sermon by th tev W H Horn of Manila The Rev Alfred Carpenter o ilythevllle spoke In Ihe nfternoo 'n the Association;Summer Cam laign and led in a round table dls usslon of the plans The next meeting will be held a josnell April 6. , *' ' • * Christian Workers Have Social. The senior organization of th Christian Workers-enjoyed:a bui A872 A A K 8 2 VKG » K8 *AQ 109 5 De aer 4k Q J G 4 V 10375 4 * AJ + C3 V A J 9 4 Q 10 97 4 4. K J 4 All vul. .Opener—#2. Solution in next .-issue. Opening lead— V A. ind made his bid with on idea of completing his contract. He was right; in fact, North and South might even make five if the defense slipped just the least bit. Due to Smith's effort to make the set . what he considered worthwhile, however, West wound: up' by making a contriict ou \viiith lie. could have been defeated by two tricks. • The opening lead of the ace of hearts held the first trick. Another heart was won by South with.the jack. Now South should have cashed the ace and King of spades and beaten 'the contract two tricks. Instead, he made a play of which West was quick to take advantage. He returned another heart/, hop ing that in some-,-way.- hc,-.cdul< make a trump: trick, if North;; b trumping, would ,force: out - th king of clubs in .dummy; ,W.est.dis carded the ace of .-diamonds,- an North did what his parlnci vant cd, by playing the nine of clutv and forcing dummy's king. The king and- queen'- of • tlta monds were played, West discard ing his two' spades:, NowUhcHhrecl of clubs;/was led, -the club'i,finesse elt.plcased to go down.two.rathe han permit; South to ; make h rt^ game, wound up makln ive clubs, doubled. FLAPPER FANNY un smicc.inc. r. u. «w.u.8.PH. Off. By Sylvii Ivia England has a shortage of school-; masters, having only one to every, 30 boys, whllo there )s a. school- • mistress torcvcry 25 girls. . QUICKRELIEF! 5 ? ou " n «»* "J 01 *" Irelitf from,the tottoriac I pain of Piles with Thorn- " I ton ft Minor Pile Out. " Inwnt A priv»t» (ornrola " prescription from world- ' famous rectal clinic where 1 more than 47,000 men and I women have been rae- Iccssfully treated In pert 159 ytari.'Money-hick • guarantee (or your l • faction. Sold by Kirby Drug Co. Main qut Rate HI-Way Cut Rate "No'w/WJi you can't have a dress just like mine-it's too old for you." "Wouldn't you rather have people llimk we're'sisters tlian mother and daughter?"... < (e t supper nt '• the ' home . o( •'Mrs r larry Driver on Monday night '1th Mrs. W. A. Butler OS co-hos- -C.5S. Games were played following he supper. '•'. • • • ' The Rev. Louh snundcrs, pastor 'f the Christian church, is altend- ng a convention of church leaders i Nashville this week. Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Mornn of 'ort Scolt, Kaiis., are here for a islt with Mrs,. Moron's sister, Mrs, im Coble and Mr. Coble. Miss Fan Nichols went to Moni- ihis today to accompany her brolli- r, Eugene Paty, lo a hospital for reatmcnl. Mrs. J. n. Bpgan o( Airiory; Miss., .arrived-Sunday for an ex- ended, visit'with her sister, Mrs. I. C. Scurlock, who underwent n major operation at the Msthodlst lospltal In 'Memphis yesterday. Mrs. 3curlock's condition was satlstac- ory following,.the operation and Mr. Scurlock. and Mrs. Bogaii re- -urcnd to Osceoln last night. Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Massey visited In Memphis last night. :j Miss Helen Toole was hostess to the senior and intermediate B. T. 0. lor their quarterly social at her homo last night. A miscellaneous shower of gifts, mainly in the'line of medical supplies, was brought and A box was packed lo Ixs sin lo tho NavajD Indian rcscrvatlor. In New Mexico. Tlie Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Calami Mrs. R.' H. Jon:s are in Ma- nlln. this afternoon for the tuucrci of Mrs. M. p. oathwrlght. Mrs: Charles Rose visited Mr. and .Mrs,'/(l, C. Rose at RosilairJ ! Monday. S.; M. Hodses,- who hns been seriously, 111 with .Influenza- for three weeks, Is nblo to sit up. •Mcs. Brnxton, BriigB Is a patient ill' the Baptist hosnjtal in Memphis, . "- , "BERNAT'' KNITTING YARNS FREE INSTRUCTIONS • ' New spring and summer yams Latest Styles Classes, Friday, 2:30 P. M. MRS. LESLIE HOOPER 1109 Chlckasawba Phone 792' U IB/ Everything For Your Entertainment and Comfort ' - Thurs. The \Hiiinln O In strawberries Is not destroyed by freezing. ,IMl»ROVE VOUIt 1'R'OPERTY NOW help, you secure a loan. ,' Wal^l'apcr - Varnishes Window Plntc 'Glass BLYTHEVILLE I'AINT ULPAPER CO. tg, Thone 880 & HAVE -YOU TRIED SKI N ? • As a part of your daily beauty 'schedule, use Chamberlain's Lo- tipn.rcgularly. It-helps keep your hands, arms and skin smooth ard lovel), because .it saluasts. A clcar, golden liquid, Clumber- lam's dries' quickly, is never sticky, greasy. cr gummy. At all drug and department stores, Cinmbcrhin Laboratories, Inc.. DCS Moincs, Iowa. - YtUR SKIN taken, and West, ..who. would, have|| Chambeflairis Wron be hung- in the church. The vjsitors included Mrs. S. C. Estes and - her , daughter, Miss Gladys Estes, Mrs. J. E. Ncal, Mrs. A. Temple and Mrs. Edgar il-9 money'to'pay for the stone be.'ch recently placed in Mahan's.i. Park and tho Woman's club to use its portion toward the 'purchase of the piano for the club house. * • « 'las Club Party Mrs. c. R, Babcock won first ana Mrs. Harry Kirby, second, In the bridge game of the Tuesday „.„.,„.., ».v. ... uiu vreaimem •onngo club this week when Mrs. of colds. .They take one or two tab- J. Nick Thomas was hostess. 3cts tho first night and repeat tho Brown, the latter n charter member who now lives near Slcelc. The hostess served block 'walnut cake and boiled custard for refreshments. ' Calotabs Help Nature To Throw Off a Cold Millions have found in Calotabs a inost valuable aid In tho treatment Son Born Mi', and Mrs. Wcrt L. Bond, of third or fourO) night if needed. How do, Calotabs help. Nature throw ofl a cold? First, Calotabs are Bay SnrhiBs MK<s t\aiw iimni'mr. one of.the most thorough and deed the biilh of i « mrt«v i*h IP^ °f a » intestinal elhiiinants. i-u IUL emu 01 a Mill riiday, 1'eu- thus oleanshiB the lnt("rtlnnl trai-f of vuary 26. The . baby, who weishs. tbTcer5.1adca7»uel« s$ ^4nei Second, Calotabs aro diuretic to Ui> kidneys, promoting the elimination of cold poisons from tho blood Thui Calolabs serve the double puniosool a purgative and diuretic, both "of which arc needed In tho treatment ot colds, Calotabs aro quite economical: only twenty-five cents for tho famuy package, ten cents (er the trial - ' "" The poll of so! d C»TV fort .ond reel luxury dravVs the trovel-v/lse to Hotel, Melbourne in St Louis. Just' o ; fevy minutes from oil points of interest Dining Rponv'ohd • i splendid food. at low prices, • UNDEU BOUUW8D 'AT .GRAJU) J SIMMON this neuj S VALUE SIMMOMS .75 ACE SPRING it Makes 62 Million Springs Old-Fashioned Now . . . for the first time ... a bedspring made especially for the Inner-spring Mattress The now .Ace Spring is'.made with-an enlively new principle—the Platform: Top. Two aluminum cross pieces, running in both directions of the spring, cover each separate coil of the Ace. Your mattress can't be pushed down ; into the coils of the Ace. ' And'the pressure of the >mattress against the' cross 'pieces is even—iho • entire spring moves as one unit. This perfectly stabilized now-Ace Spring will provide the correct coil-spring support for youi' innerspring mattress. Tlicrc Is a wldo mice range of .< Simmons springs with plalform (ops. Let iis^sliow. them lo you. ( HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Jilytheville, Ark. it Win Me* "GO!" To Your Heart! AUo Paramount News and "March: of Time" —Admission- Matinee—10 & 26c Night—16 &JSc TUESDAY, MARCH 9— ?25.00 HANK NIGHT! ^ Mrs. Darrell Lunsford, BljthoviHey ' »on the $200 last night, as she was rrcsent. Congratulations, Mrs. Litnsforrt! OXY (dm.—Always 19 ft 25c—lo Tu Show Every Night Haltnces Frtdiy, Sainrday, Sunday •'rlday & Sunday rtlatlnees—SilS •aturday Matinee — Continnooj — 1:00 Tin 11:00 P. M Weds. - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS! 2 Adults Admitted for Price of J All Children—lOc Also Selected Shorts Friday Only SPECIAL On Our Stage Friday Afternoon and Night Uncle Jim's KLCN Cotton Pickers Follies 16 People Stage Show —All New Show- Tell Your Friends Bring-'the Whole Family No Advance In Prices- Friday - Saturday —ON .THE SCREEN— Charles Starrett in "TRAPPED" A Real Onttoor Picture -' Also Cartoon^ and Serial—' "Fighting Mil rules' 1 ,,

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