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TUESDAY, MARCH 9) 1037 BLYTIIRVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS I Junior-Senior P.-T. A. meeting 1 p.m., at high school auditorium, I llo\vmg meeting of executive lard, 2:30 p.m. [Mrs. W. A. AiTIIck linvlng Wccl- |:s<luy Bridge club. THURSDAY'S'EVENTS I Business Women's circle of the Irst MeUiodlst, church inecliiig .the church, 7:30 P. M. I Mrs. Edisar Borum hostess to the liiirsdny Contract club. |Mrs. H. H. Houchins having lid-Week Bridge club. (Thursday Bridge club meeting ]th Mrs, W. D. McClurlcin. I Thursday Luncheon club meeting I 111 Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mbrti Missions:Y society meet- with Mrs. T,. Whcclcr. I Town and Country club meeting I til Mrs. J. w. Parker, 2 p.m. [Jr.-Sr. p.-T. A, having landsctip- - study course at high school | rary, 7:30 p.m. ~l. b. C. meeting with Mi*. G. S c-5, 2:30 p.m. ss Women's circle, First '.plist church, meeting at church P. M. FRIDAY'S EVENTS I Stflfod meeling of Order of the I stem Star at ih ehall at 7:30, Maple Grove Cemetery Assocla- >n -having silver dinner at. Wo- I w's club, 12 o'clock. I Mtfple Grove Cemetery AMOcia- m meeting wiih Mrs. j. w. .ouse, 2:30 p.m. I Mrs. John Foster and Mrs. W. Blaylock entertaining Dorcas | ;ilday school class. First Baptist iircli, n(, soda! room of church 110 p.m. I ass Has Gingo Tarty. The Golden Rule'Sunday School 1 iss of the First Christian church d n bingo parly Friday night at e home of Mr. and Mrs. w. H. avail after a brief business ses- lirn the game played by the 2) |,,esent, Mrs. J. j. Bryant and B. It Cook won high score prizes and re. Cook and j. Cecil Lowe won v score awards, Refreshments were served. * * » •gion Auxiliary eeting Postponed. The American Legion Auxiliary 11 meet on the third Friday, arch 19, instead of on Friday, the ; th, as previously announced, due the absence from the city of (he esident. Miss Cora L;e Coleman. . . and Mrs. Russell Mustek .nounce the marriage o! their lighter, .Daphine to Mr. Har- !t Davis, •'• "Son ;?of, Mr.'- Edward ivis nminh'e lato, .Mrs.. .Davis Princeton, 111. The ceremony ; was solemnized Middy afternoon at the home f the Rev. M. N. Johnston, pas- or of the Lake Slrcet Mclho- llsl church. Mr. Davis is employed at Oseola with a construction coin- any. For the present, however, hey will mnkc their home In llythcville. The bride attended Ihe city :hco)s here and is well known. * » * Susiiics.s U'omcn Have ituily in Psychology. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, conn- s' examiner ol schools, taught the J-SSQII In psychology for tile rc-j- ilur moiilhly study course mcm- wr.s of the Business and Profcs- ;iO)i.il Women's club arc havlnj. The meeting was at the Hotel Nolle. Plans vs'cre made for observing 'Inlional Business and Professional weak from March 15-20 and the Irst of these events will be a public relations dinner at the Hotel S T o!)le next Monday night. * • » "Missionary Society Has Education Program. Mrs \V. L. Green served as 'jrosvani leader when members of '.lie Lake- Street Missionary society held a meeting yesterday. A scripture reading by Mrs. Ls- (aycttc May was followed by arayer by Mr.s. M. N. Johnston. The topic of the program was Christian Education and was par- llclpalwl In by Mrs. O. J. Rodgers, Mrs. LnShot, Mrs, Iverson Morris, Mrs. George Sliam- lin, Mrs. Reagan, Mrs. George Dy.singcr and Mrs. Green. Mrs. Dysinger presided at a brief bu.slne.ss session and i.ews from tlic missionary Vjulliitin was Siven by Mr.s. M. N. Johnston. Mrs, Allen Van Winkle and Mrs. Guy Rodgers were hostesses to the 24 members and served a delicious salad plate. f » * Itingo 1'ariy Planned. Misses Marie ojid Rose Boinbo- Inski will |» hostesses to tiie bingo party, to be given by the Altar society of the Church of the Immaculate Conception Thursday .night. B o'clock, at, tlv social hail of the church. Tirst Christian Women y<M Memphis Church. Members of the Woman's Mis- sionary society of the First Christian crurch were invited gutists of the women of llw East End Christian church at Memphis today (or n luncheon. These attended: Mrs. E, ,M. Tsr- i.v, Mrs. Tom Martin, Mrs. M. Fit*. Simmons, Mrs. J. C. Kills. Mrs. C. A. TaiH. Mrs. J. D. Smith, Mrs, George W. Barlmm and Mrs i Beck. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Oscar Bailey has been removed to her home from the lily- Ihcville Hospital, where she 'underwent « tocisiteclomy Saturday. W. E. Armstrong Is ill with mumji-i at the home of Mr. autl Mrs. M, ritz.stmmons. Mrs. Oliver P. Barber If a )>a- llent at the Blytheville hospital for a few days. Miss Charlotte Driver, of Osce<'la, is a uatisnt at the Memoes Baptist hospital. Tin- Rev. and Mrs. Stuart H. S.il- inon nnci Mrs. Charles Bright will altfnd a concert in Memnhis t^- p'rilit. Miss Sadie Bell Bryant, of Lcadi- I'ill?. lias been admitted to tii? Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. C. O. Rnlne jr.. of ilnyll. has been admitted to the Mempliis Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ilcrrlck spent Sunday in ParagouUl, Drs. Cai'l and Edna Nies were guests o! Dr. Margaret Fuller at Caw Girardeau Sunday. Miss Al Kincy visited relatives at Doxter and Sikeston, Mo., sun- do y. Dr. "and Mrs. I. R. Johnson arc expected to return the last of the week from San Antonio, Texas, where they have been spending two weeks. Mrs. IJnrry Kirtiy, Mrs. A G Little, Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. J. A. Leech are in Memphis today, having gone down to see "The Doll House" owned by Colleen Moore. O. w. Lewis, formerly of here uiit who how spends most of his time at Helena, is here today. Mrs. Lewis, who luis hecn In a private hospital at Lltile Hock finee October 1. is In a serious condition following » full December u. Mr. mill Mrs. w. H. Minyurd were ciilltd to Mw)i)))ils yc.sler- <ii«J Ijccui'.se of the critical ill- iii-ss of Mr. Mlnyavd's sister. Mrs. Tom Little and daughter, Miss Virginia, and MLss Jane McAdams, were In Memphis Saturday. Mrs. R. p. Kirsliner and dnviBh- ti'r. Miss Nnncy, and Mre. Jnines H. Bell, s|>eiu Snttmlay in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson and children retimed last nisht from •:omcrvmc-, Tenn., where they have been with Mr. Wilson's father who Is critically ill. His condition Is unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Williams have as their (jurat, Mrs. Williams' sister. Mrs. Franklin Horlon, of Hope, Ark., who will be here several weeks, Mrs. Julian Betl.s, of Memphis, !'.s the (;uest of her parents, Mr. land Mrs. C. M. Buck, and family. i Mrs. f.oy Welch has returned ! from Kansas City, Mo., where .she visited her (laughter. Martha, who n'.trnds schnol there. Miss Nina Taylor and Bob Robinson, of Keiser, visited here yesterday, Mr.s G. E. Ke/k was a visitor if. Memphis yesterday. Mr.s. a. s, atcrnberu and son. Harold, and Mrs. H. C. Martin, are .spending: tcdaj In Memphis, t-^iiig especially to see '"rile Boll House." Osccola Society — Per5onal Osccolans Rlrccl rlay. The most enjoyable home talent program given in many seasons was that presented at the high school auditorium lasj, evening entitled "The Gayeties of 1937" nml directed by Mis.5 i Vir- mmm GROCERY & MBRKET lfl.M Chickiisawbn \\'c Deliver Phone fi7.'{ For Tour ISenefij, H'c licecive / t -.£fjph Sea Food Twice Weekly "Buy Ii Here —Get It Fresh' |!inla Blnrkwaoil n»d Miss Jiilln IJllnrd Craig. Miss Blackwoocl Ims had somo reppricncc In llils kind of work, having specialized in dramatic nrt nl the Klnc-Smith Studio school In Washington. In ncldlllnn to the nne dramatic skits played | )y « scoa , nf osceola's voiniBor married set, dunce mimb- t'ra ivcri. uivfii by uic iniplls' of Miss Margaret Mollelt. Tliose a|i]iearin« in dances were: Martha June CarUr[ B ht. Flavin Driver, i:ji,|j,. sue Silvcrb'.ntt, and Hull) Williams, Voc.il solos wore rendered l )y josi.plilne j-Ynxi,.,. Tom Cale. and I'aul i-'aiilkncr of Wilson, A unique climax to the even- Ing's fun wai tlic movl» x i)arade whWi was the itniier.sonntion of leading actre.sses by local business mm. The list included C. B Driver as Sonya Heinle, iriicli Dllln- hunty us Shirley -ivrnple. 1)111 Wallers as Greta Clarbo, a H. lilackwood Jr, as Eleanor Powell, i The proceeds from the ont<!'-'.ain- ment nro to be used, for reoecoral- Ing ' the Osceola Cummunlty house. . ' » > , Melliodlsls Si'lrr) Ddes.iles. Mrs. o. 11. SCBravcs, Mrs C M. Harwell, Mrs, S, M. Hodge.s and Mrs. John Whltworth were elected as delegates to the annual Methodist Missionary Conference to meet In Fayettcville. April 13-10. at the business meet- ins held yesterday afternoon. Severn! new suli.sei-liitions. to the World Outlook were (Oven Mrs. K L. Moriarlty, literature, chairman. The devotional lesson on prayer was given by Mrs. n. C. Moore- henci. * • * Mrs. c. K. n.iltrr llnsless. The fust of « .wrli's of meetings to be hold throughout the week for special study and prnycr tor Home Missions met In Ihe homo of Mrs. Butler yesterday afternoon with Mrs. n. 11.- Jones as loader. Those having a part on the prograr.i were: Mrs. K. J Kearney. Mrs. L. S. Burton, Mrs. Roy Dillard find Mrs. E. L. Cole, Nfrs, DeUiney «as a visitor. Today's meeling will be with Mrs. J. w. Thrallklll wllli Mrs. John A. Eilrhvglon as leader. Mrs. Owlglit H. nlackwoocl will have charge of Ihe special services :nt (he church Wednesday night, Mrs. J. S. Douglas' will lead FrWny's mecline at the home of Mis, VV. T. Toolo. Mr. mid Mm. fi. o. Cnr|x-iUer of Mttte Hock were guests of Mr. null Mrs. B, U. TJui'iw Snt- urday anil Sunday. H. M. KWplior mid j. j. jr,!)). bard were Mviniilils visitors yesterday. Miss Vivian Bern-lock, spent Sunday with her mother, who is n palleut nt Ihe Methodist' lios- liltul In Memiihls. Mr, iindl Mrs, Godfrey White and Mr. mid Mrs, ]). I'red Taylor jr.. visited Muscle Sliouls Sunday. • • Chinlolte ' Driver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Guy Driver, was taken to the llapttst hospital Sun- iluy for an emergency ounratlon (or appendicitis. She Is Improving nicely. Mmvln CrlllcnOin, of Ulyllie- vlllf, iiubllc wclfai7 director for Mississippi county, spoke at the Chrlblian churcli Simdiiy nliiht on "Goelul Work and Poverty," outlining the causes of poverty' and type of work being done by the government for the poor, widows, orphans, blind and disabled i|i> Muted that beU-cpn seven ' nnd eight hundred were now being aided through this department In tills county. Lorraine Chapman Is n patient at St. Joseph's hospital In Memphis, Miss Mavjovie Paul AVccIs Arthur Taylor STERf,R. Mo. -Miss Marjorli wiigsicr Paul became (lie bride of Arthur Tnylor In a rim; ceremony Performed by .justice of the I'ence L - "t his hotne ' of the couple. The bride j«d ns her ntlciidnnts Mlssc., Eltobeth Iluey niKt Mnrghrcl •McCliire, both -of Cooler. The brido was ntttrcd iln n dnrk Illnn crejic dres.'i cut along princess linos With a sash, which had dinvrent ; colois of n-lngo svhli-h hung alnwil to the bollom of her dress, The | bride Is tile daughter of Mrs I nun Martin of Orlando, Pin mid Carl Paul, of Memphis, but she- has made her humc for year.i hi Cooler with her grandfather, S. I,. Wagster. prominent, 'merchant, she was Xi'ndunled']dlli honors from Cooler, high scjiool In '34, , ,Thu bridegroom Is the youngest 1 son of Mrs. Minnie Tnylor and the lute J. p. Taylor, owners of Ihe Collonwootl fcri:y. lie was nl.so an honor ftrailiiate of the Cnrnthers- vlllc class of '34, and completed a liuslnr.ss course at Chlllirothe, Mo At pnwnt he Is In the trucking business with hcadqunrters at Col- foiuvood ivhi-rc they wll] mnke llielr 1 THREE" * * Plan "Church Night" Social Tomorrow There svin'bo a special "church' v ' night social" al the'First •Christian clunch Wednesday night, 1:30 o'clock, It has been announced by the pastor, the Hev. Carroll Cloyd There ulll be an olU-fashlone<i "singing," games and refreshment's served by lhc women of the church. DI-. Jr R. Chapman Weds Oklahoma Girl STKELE..MO.HUT! j. n. chap- inan. one of thj. best known phy- slelnns of I'cnilscol county, and Miss Mnrjorlc l/ji, Grlssby, of Ok- liihoinii city. Okla., «- m - married at Nmyimrt Ark.; last week and have .arrived- In. stcfle to make their home. A number of tntcreslln» social .events arc tp lie held here In honor or the bride and Ur. Chan. inu.'i. vlio has practiced here to Hie, Msl five years They will 'reside In a new linns being built here. JCITZ Everytlilnj p or Your Enterialn- taent and Comfort , , « y- Ihcvllle Saturday night I,, Ihe presence of a lew friends and relative'; Mr. cassldy is an inllmntc friend It requires npproxlnmlely iiilnntos and 20 seconds for U ' sun's light to reach the cnilh tl «!in tatnjc niiout 92,900,000 lull from the- earth, | .„. Notice To Our Customers McMULLIN'S CASH GROCERY BIG NEWS!! WATCH WAIT • Store Closed Tuesday Wednesday Thursday f -EXTRA EYTRA f he FAMOUS JOE APPLESAUM ir. BUSINESS Don't Fail to Look For Tomorrow's Startling i Announcement Ik Biggest Sensation of Real i PRICES IN YEARS SELLING to the BARE WALLS PLAN To Be Here SAVE As Never Before \ Margot Grahame agrees that Luckies are gentlest on the throat '. ' : f "I've smoked Lucres for eight years —ever since I was introducedta.thcm in London by, tin American motion picture producer, tie, (nit forward the very sensible argument that they are the gentle*}, cigarette in the world on the throat—and fine tobacco, too. Since then I have made many pictures, and I must say Luckies have always been considerate of my throat. In /«ct, my throat practically insists that I choose a light smoke—which is easy to understand in view of the voice strain [rictiire-ivork entails." FEATUHfiD IN THE RKO RADIO PICTURE BASED ON THE JULES VERNE STORY "MICHAEL STKOGOFF" .n independent survey was made recently among professional men and women-lawyers, doctors, lecturers, scientists, etc. Of those who said they smoke cigarettes, more than 87% stated they personally prefer a light smoke. . Miss Grahame verifies tHe'.wisdqm of this pref- ererice, and so do other leading artists of the radio, stage, screen and opera; Their voices are their fortunes. That's why so many of them smoke Luckies. You, too, can have the throat protection of Luckies-a light smoke, free of certain harsh irritants removed by the exclusive process "It's Toasted". Luckies are gentle on the throat. THE FINEST TOBACCOS"THE CREAM OF THE CROP" A Light Smoke / "It's Toasted"-Your Throat Protection AGAINST IRRITATION-AGA1NST COUGH TONIGHT IS $25 BANK NIGHT Last 'week Mrs, Barren I.unsford won the SZOO.Ott—JlakliiE ItANK IHtt'OSIT Tonlsht $2S(M)t ANITA LOOS' GAYEST SCREEN ROMANCE! 1 Viva la fun, when an u AmctCcnn mll (; family hits Patu — . Novelty "Camp McethV" ^Musical Short-yficorj,) |i n ')r^' Orclirslra. Admission Matinee, I0c i 2Gc ' Ailralsilon Nighl . ICo & '' 3Cc Weds. - Thure. ntsa 1st P Also Paramount .News,' Pictorial and Comedy v ,*: i ' —Admission^— 'i / !» Matinee—10-&26c r Night—1C & ,36c Coming Soon: PARK AVENUE 1-OUGKK SEA DEVILS WHEN'S YOUR BIRTHDAY READY, WILLING & ABLE !l/AST OP MRS. CHENEY PENROI) & SAM ROXY Admission always lOc & 26c Show every night. Matlnets Kri.- Sal. & Sun., Fri. & Sun. [Matinees at 2:15. Saturday Matinee at 1:15. Tue.-Wed.-Thur. PAL NIGHTS! Adults Admitted for Price of 1 All Children—lOc wish Roscoc Karnes & Lynn Overman Comedy—"BIncbiood' 1

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