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(AUK.) 1 COURIHU N13WS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVKNTS Jewish Aid Society h»v!ng blii- go party, Catholic social hall, 8 P. M. Mrs. James H. Bell having Wednesday Bridge club. R. A.'s meeting First Baptist rhurch, 3:30 P. M. Bible study. Church of Christ, meeting with Mrs. J. W. Bad«r, 2:30 P. M. Central Ward P. T. A. mretliig 3 P. M. following executive board meeting at 2:30 P. M. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. L. H. Moore having Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. C, W. AfilicV-. having Thursday Luncheon clt'J. Mrs. B. A. Lynch entertaining Mld-We«fc Bridge club. Yaibrb Missionary: Society meeting with Mrs. :Ernest Flench lor social meeting. •' i FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. T.'Phillips and, Mrs. ;F. B. Joyner entertaining Music department of Woman's club at' club, 3 P. M. . ;, .-... .;' . .,. Fldells Sunday School ciass, First Baptist churd),',!mvlng supper meeting at,home of Nti's. Will Rogers, ,7U Lilly, .7 P. "M.- Margate! Lahelle jmobrfc Weds Robert £ Wade Jr. Miss Marggrct^LaNellc Mpore b2- tame the brjdc of Robert. L. Wade jr., in a ceremony solemnized/ last night at ther-First Baptist church. The Rev. Alfred Ca,rperj[«r said tlie ring service at nine o'clock before members of the faiiiillcs and a number of friends. •.••'-' The bride wore u beige woolen suit with a casiial coat and aiyclltiw knitted blouse and her accessories ivcre in green. • . •. ; Her only attendant was MLss Mildred Hood, who wore a green crepe frock, made in tunic lines. Tommy Hawkins was the' bridegroom's best man. Mrs. Wade, who is thc-dughtcr of Mr. ami Mrs. L. T. Moore, is a gra'dualc:"of 'trie city high school and later attended duachita college, Arkadelplila. where', she: received many honors, she has besii active in. nfiairs.;.of Htie> First ^Baptist church'; for .a tiuinber ' bf..year5. 'Mr. Wade,; who'is "tlie'&byi of Mr and Mrs. Hobert/ii. Wado. .came liere from Earlelwjth his; paircnb afcoul,', a year ago. Both .JjjjVarid bis br(de--are connected witK-'th'e Wade Furn'i(uVerc6. '',';• : '_ Uv-"-" ""' - l F pr',tlie'< present-t!icy''are makhis; .. their v lipmc at 900 w.. : wiilhilt'jfit. Deli Missionary i Society Has Meeting. The Women's Missionary society of the Dell church met, at tlic home of Mrs. Clyde Gilliland wit'.i ten members and one visitor present. '••'•• • . V'- Missionary work was the theme discussed by the president. Mrs. Owens. In the business session, t|ic quilt blocks for the "missionary quill 1 ' were" distributed, plan's' were made for a birthday party to be given in connection with tlic next •meeting -.tt the.home or Mrs. J. R. (Jills, and plans were discussed to A Special Showing of GOSSARDS •will, be featured Thursday. March 18: Special Demonstrations by Miss Allccn Campbell The Gossaru Corseticrc iMiss AVhilsitl's Siiop FUPPERFANNY By SyK ' "Q)uck's so generous—lie sh ires c\ erytliiuy wild you." h;measles last sp'ring. flu tbi* winter—and the blame all the time." incrensc the attendance al church- and Suiiday school. ' The 'refreshincnl.-; served carried out; the Saint Paliick motif in the shainro'ck shaped sandwiches and cookies. -, '-;•'. ''•'•••.» Baptist Business Women Have ^Mftlinsr. .Mrs. Walter'- Bishop ^avc (lie mis-iion .study: at tlie ir(cUn; o' Ihc Business Women's circle of the First BnptlEC church ;in a meeting 'Thursday night at the cliurclv Tliis was the second chapter 'iu a book, being studied iy.. the, group; wHh members of the Woman's Missionary uiiioii as gu'est'. speakers.-..; • The ii;,-pyese:it includecl two visltprs; Morris ^Cprziiio of -Merii- phis. whi; Xis..VvFsitii'ig his. .aiiitit, Mrs. J.'-.G.^Bariics; and family, aijtl Mrs.'.Tiioiniis.-Bogun. re. •. -. -Tiie Junior Mijsioiiary Society of iii^.Pirst .bliiirch'of the Nazarcnc met,,Saturday a.rtcrnoon at the church., Mrs. .oiphclla McGregor led in the si.ngingibf songs and in prayer and the iiiembers said their Bible verses. 1 '"' * • • Oosucll Jfissidnari' Society j:as ' Jlectini;'. .Tljere were-15 members and live •isitors a{.a .meeting of the Gosnell Missionary sneicty WedncsdRy afternoon.'at .the church! •Mrs.; Cleve Wadlcy led Iho devotional, • using Matthew 21. Mre. . D. Needham t offered prayer. In the. business session the members voted to reorganize the home demonstration club, holding an hour's meeting at (he canning kitchpii on the same day of the missionary meeting 'hfler the meeting' at the church. ^ftcr the business session refreshments were served in t] )e canning kitchen during a social hour to.the members and guests. Mrs. Lavestcr Crawford, of Promise Land, Mrs. Wilbonrn Van- clevc. .Airs. Shivcly, Mrs. Florence Moody and Mrs. Parham, the last tivo havlnsf, enrolled as new members. Briidej iNpw First Lady| The "Wednesday of the Cats." the, day on which .the animals were thrown from lofty towers to ward off evil, was established by Bits of News Mostly Personal Itoberl Uoyd Temple, who was called here two months ngo because of the serious illness of hit father, H. !•', Temple, has reliirn- vd (o Fort Lewis. WtiNh,, where he hus been Rationed in the United Stales iinny for (he past eight and :> half yours. He also (spent four in' Ihc service at Schoflcld Barracks, Hawaii. Sgl. Temple plans to remain In illie army for 25 years, lie lold Ills faintly while here. Mrs. 0. J. Cox 1ms relumed from St. Louis where site purchased goods for tile New Economy siiip. Mrs. Frank Uaimi, of Memphis, will arrive Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McDowell for iv few days. Miss Helen Phillips is lil-wllli mumps. R. N. FaiTar. G, F. Scrape aiul son. Jerry,, were In Memphis Saturday to sec the "Doll House." Mrs. J. A. Harrell, of Memphis, arrived Sunday for a visit with her daughters, Mrs. W. D. Chamblln and Mrs. Essie Davis, and tluir families. A. V. smilh was In Memphis last night wllli his sister, Mrs. E. B. Bollard, who Is at Hie Mclhodist hospital with her son, Eric, who Is seriously ill. Eric is rcstiti;; 'fairly well and physicians hope to make n diagnosis today or tomorrow. Miss Mnrylynn Brewer Is confined to her homo witii inllucma. . Mr. and Mrs. E:irl O'Neal, of Little. Rock, are here for several days stay with Mr, and Mrs. C. M. Buck. Mrs. O'Neal, before her nmrrlajc ten days ago, was Miss I'ollyann Buck. Jimmic Colhrcn lias returned from Hot Springs, where r.a .has been spending the past ten mdnlhs. Mrs. Colhren met him In Memphis Saturday. Miss iJeUe Wliltsiti, left, Sunday for a trip through U:e west which will take'her to Phoenix, Ariz., where she will visit . with Mr. and Mrs. nari'y brown, who formerly resided here. Mrs. Inez childs, who ha^ been at the Memphis Methodist hospital for the ixisl three weeks, "was accompanied liome last night'-by her mother, Mrs. N. p. chllcls."aml sister, Miss Minnie Lee ChiWs, and Mr. Hopkins, slic is now reciiper- ing at her home,' 801 Chicknsuv- ba Ave. . ,.-._,- ... .- .,,.f,; ( j,i, MLss Ruth E. Brewer, of Her-- ncrsvillc, shopped here yesterday. i"My. own dress was heavy js'tiff satin with shirred iulle in jthe -neck and long sleeves," iwrotc Mrs. Franklin D. lioosv- iVclt irt her autobiography, "This ;Is My Slory." Here is a picture '.taken of the president's wife in .that costume '017 Ihat wedding day, March !7, 1S05. Her Uncle Theodore, then president,. j gave tlie bride away.' Slcelc-Coolci: ' Sociely — Personal , Baldwin III. Count of Flanders, and .always came during -the sec- onrl week of Lent. Mr.s. joo Kussell, who lias bscn seriously ill for a week, was luken to the Memphis Melhoriisl hospital for an operation Monday. Accorn ]>anyin(; her to Memphis .were her husbaiV;, her mother. Mrs. Ed Cricc. and Mr. and Mrs. Vclmer Campbell. Mrs. J. w. Cunninsham ami Mrs. W. R. Turner, wlio nre in hospitals :it Memphis, arc recovering. Mrs. Ed Ashcrafl left Saturday for her home in Casa, Ark., after several days visit here as guest of her sister, Mr.s. John Tucker, and family. J. VV. Reno has returned from a visit with his wife at Ft, Myers, Fla. Mrs. Jol-'.i Holdman left Satur- daj- for an extender! visit with relatives in Bcnton, ill. Siie was accompanied by licr nephew. Noble Shaw of Hayti. ] Mr. am! Mrs. Hadlcy Limbaugh j and children left over the weekend j for Iheir home in Wilson, Ark., af- i ler several days visit here as yuests Lovely Oil-Ihc-Face, Rolled Brim and oilier modck. thai will you want lo "go places. Blossom OuL in lite Youthful - . ~ • Classy Jean Frocks j • Vdii'll luve every unc of (1'cse dresses! \Viduly sciillcrcd prinls, (lark -sheers and f)i'igh( crepes in a i-harming .selection of Hie new sCylcs. Spring Sails-Coals ii'r K ( } .} c s ,, H . cs .se.s bcraiisc lliey'rc what well-dressed wonu'ti wan I . . . we in- vile your inspection tif (liesc beautiful Suits and Coals mnv! \ occ 0m- Complcle .Line of ladies' Novelty Shoes JOE ISAACS, Inc. WK GIVE & REDEEM EAGI.E STAMl'S' Supports Partn'er-Folio wing lulcrveiiing Overcall Bid Tlii.s k Ihc last uf six articles o«vtriii|f the [irlnrlples of lititilliu; u.Til by (ouriiiimcitt k lavs; us an- aiy/ril by S. (J.irloii Chun-hill In Ills new liuok "Conlrnct Ulildlnjr Tui'Ucs :il Blsilch I'olnt llay." * • « Jty Will. K, .MrKKNNliV Sfi-i'cliitjr, AmnU'itn Hriil K c l.rasuo Tlic mieEllon of \vhcn H iilnyft HioiiHI x ma!;e ti response utter his partner has opined llin bWcling ami an opponent on llic Mi liux luttriKwed with an overrun, Is one thai greatly bothers the contract world, obviously luiy'bkl In sui'li * 10113',! V <I2 AQJ 5i A 1C VK 1075 « 70 * A Q J 8 7 N W E S Doalar ^ KQ VUUC * K8 * K. 1095 A A j a s H v A Q j a •» 10'J'I 2 ^> No:io Diiplicalc—N & S vul Soulli \Vcsi North I-;,! ' A t * 2 A •1 A Double •) * •) V I'i,ss -I 0 Opening |(.T,(|— tf ,\. 3 A I'.-.ss Hiiss a sltiialion shows slrtnulli. as tlic opponent by his call lias hcjil iho Wilding open, to there is no occasion for ruljilii g tins bid mili-ss the cards held clearly warrant such ac- liou. In loclay's linnil, tiic player sii- liiiE Nortii does not doubt thai he .should bid over the iulervcning call. The only question is. the choice of wl)at lild to make. Churchill, who advises that North •should bid Iwo spiules, admits thai ihe decision is a illllicull one, bill says Unil the Immecllate spade riilsi! is correct, because, with Kast and West not vulnerable, csnsldtrabl: Todny'a Contract I'robltm Sonlli is pUiyinu tlic conlrnct at IK'c diamonds, doubled by West. The lilsl two rounds clear (lie diamonds. Should South now take the liearl finesse? 4 K 10087 V08G K8 A A Q ,1 VQ 1054 A6M32 * K J 9 8 4 None V A K J 7 » A Q 10 07 fl 5 + A 10 All viil. Opener—^ J. Solution in next Issue. 16 adverse uld.tui s may be nultclpatccl. North might, have (o .s;iow bis shade support ul the' level of live. Nole that Nonii Inter disclosed Ills diamond suit, after South Imd shown no club lasers. Uul when South bid four hearts, he, of comse, signed off with four smidcs. It might bs pciiuoci out thai East mid West were fur Ino timid in (heir bkhUnt'. Not belns vulner- aWc, thsy should have defended ivilh a Wd of 'five, chilis. At that cmilracl they ..would hnvc lost one spade, two licrirls,.nn<| one dlnmond, " mere 300-pptul sacrillcc to save a vulnerable eumc. Clnirch Ends 24 Years Without Wedding Service NEW SALEM, Muss. (UP)—Evelyn S. Slowcll uiul Henry o. Brown were man led in the coneicsa- Uonal Chu.ch-llic nut wedding ceremony since 1013, Tlic lust nmrdaee,- 24 .'years icl'itlvcs of tlic bilttc" \ri't>ten it irttli I),, Crystollizedby Adont Process Squares Cr.itks Dawn DBUKELEY, Ctll. <Ul'>-Tlle ttlfo of iv symphony orchestra condiio or replied to a |r«Blo sirecdlns ticket by Mltlug the judge- thut •siirli miscarriages of Justice aro not committed In Europe" Tlic combined oirctoci cost her $10. Read Courier News Wimt A<1» TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. Abstracts, I-acdi ft Loatu ; f; M. Terry, FTM. and Hfr, { Pton««17 BJ'jrUiiivUle,Art.) Dr. Max 0. Usrey Announces tho Association ^ with him ol •* . \ * Dr. Josepli E. Keusley l > hj r sician and Surgeon.;. •_ Willi Ofticcs in the T/yjicJi~Biiiklliiu"'\ t cf Mr. and.- Mrs. c. Uinh:tiigli. Shon Pollnrd is seriously ill al Ills home lit Tyler. Bill Davidson, who his linen employed in tin, local Eiisl Arkansas Builders Supply store, has Irecn transferred lo the office nl Joncs- boro. Miss Irene Whlt'ficlrl Is vlsillir; her grandparents in Cnmcirn, Tcnn. Misses -Riibye Asliloy mill Viva Henley spent the - weekend in Ar- uiovei. Ark., wilh' rotative;-,. Sims Mic-hie nrrived liome over the weekend after spjmiiut; several days Yvith.'hlsvjyife unil children in •Fl. Myers. Fin. ••,..<:. •, Lester J. Wootis, who has. been principal of Iho Mnplc.voo;! school, has resigned to accept 11 pasitlon in il-.c olu:e of the East Arkansas Ruildcrs SUPlily store. His place has been filled by T, C. Whitfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Kalph Hull were In Memphis lust week visilin B rein- lives. Mr. niul Mrs. Pete Colcmau ami Eon have returned from ft visit v.'itli relatives in boni? Beach. Calif. Miss Billio Talum. jvho has beer. attending.D^raughan's Business Col- leyc in Mcmjjhts, heis accepted n position iivtlial city wilh the Memphis Paper and Bag company. M. Anthony, who is in tlic.Mcm- pl'is Baplist htispltal, is improving. Miss Nina Brooks Is Improving al her honic in Cooler ailer several \vceks illness. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wilson an:l children spent the weekend al Tyler as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Fcrsylhc. ^ '<y\.S«S«KEaKS55rEt; £j?«fit!i!ttazwiss> if'. THE GREATEST SALES IN HlSTClRY Till) nr.w l,;i Ha Hi: V-ll in Belling ill ||M- fnt|rsl rale In \ M Snllt: liislnry.. And Bin.ill ^voinliTr-fiir iinrr, surirly, is llie f-rciilt'st vnluo.lho linc-ciir liclil li.i-i itvcrcwn. I'n'i'M lic»in al only $1095 f«r ;i car ill - fi^iinl Jiiul imill rniiraly In- Oulillne— .mil [iinvcral by » 125 ImoqumTr V-ll C'nilillnc engine 1 . : Aiiil.rrinriiilirr, llinl is lllr DKI.IVKIilCU , Hcforr juii Lu^tn rdr l i*t<n;i) r firiu, nr^jc )on In look ul l.j Sill; Tliu clian Juc jour prLSCLtt'car \\|ll luaVc.tlm do >.liiliiliinl iu'ri-?.ftini^. 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