PAGE TWO BLYTitlMI/LE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL'- , Social Calendar I MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Council, First Christian churcji. havihg ."pot luck 1 ' luncheon at lioins of Mrs. Renkert Wclon- knmp', 1 pm Wojnan's Auxiliary, First Pres- Uyleri.'vri - cliurch, mcating at the church, 2.30 p.m. Wojnan's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting at the church, 2:30 p.m. f TUESDAY'S EVENTS Lange P. T. A. meeting 3 P. M Maple Grove Cemetery Association meeting wilh Mrs. J. O. Sudbury, 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims having the Tuesday Bridge club. Young Malrons Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Inlermedliilc G. A.'s, First nap- list church, inpeUng nt church, 3:30 p.m. Junior O. A.'s, Fii'3t linptis church/meeting nt - church, 3:30 j: m. Sunbeams meeting Fiisl Baptls church meeting 3:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mis" W. H. Mlnyaid having Wednesday Bridge club. Central P.-T. A. executive board meeting 2:30 p.m., to .be followed by general meeting, 3 p.m. R. A.'s meeting First Baptist churrfi, 4 p.m. Church ot, Christ Bible study inciting with Mrs. J. W. Butter. 2:30 p.m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. Louis Cherry cnlcrlain- ing"Mid-Wcek Bridge club. Town and Country Bridge club having fish fry at counlry home of Mrs7 C. C. Langston, 1 p.m. Thursday Contract club meeting witlwMrs. John F.-.Lontl, J FLAPPER FANNY? "% »- — ••• • ••• 3 BV HE* SEIWCC. INC. T. M. REG, U, S. TAT- nt f ' . illi Emma Jo'Tolcr cs Dick I'ollcr; ' Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Toter have Bits of News Mostly Personal "Of rmirie you can l>uy :i skipping rope—Ihcy'ri: so nice for little girls." "Awl I want it (orUmi'k. The climnu's iliininir MiriiiL' traiiiimr." Tragedy Clouds Peggy's Return announced Ihc .marriage of .their daughter, Emma Jo Toler, lo Dick Potter, son of Mrs. B. F. Potter andTthc late Mr. Polter. The cerc- moricy jviis .solemnized Thursday night, April 15, at the homo of the Rev. Don C. Holmnn, pastor of the'Melhodisl ciicuil, who i\sked thc'^vowE. The bride wore a starched net dress of navy blue with navy accessories and a corsage of gardenias' and'valley-lilies. Their aUendants were Miss Sara Jo'Little and/John-.Clyde. Wilson. Miss LltUe wore a bouquet print frotk with black accessories nii.^ heij dorsage wiis of white caTna- llons. After awshoj-t.Avcdrtlni;. trip\Mr nnd Mrs. Potter will iiitike their home with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie B Dijvid tit 413 N Ninth Street. The bride, who moved here several months ago, received her education at Arkansas slate'..college, Joncsboro. Mi. Potter, whp came here several years ago from Menjnhis, ir now a jncmbsr ot the city police force. • • * P ic rcc- llirmi ligham Mrs. rOpal Sullivan'' Pierce and Harris Birmingham were married Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ejirl Sullivan. The ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. L. Newsom, pastor ot .the .Gosncll Baptist .'church. The bride wore a navy blue tiara crepe dress) with deep lact collar and cuffs. After a brief . honeymoon " h: .Memphis Mr.'- Birmingham and ills bride will go to Okolona, Miss., where they will reside in their new suburban home. Mrs. Birmingham is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs! L. .R. Sullivan, and has. lived here for E number of years. The brideBroom is a general contractor. liy '28 of her oldest friends ami neighbors. Friends look her for • a ride and upon returning to her home on Division street she was showered with Blfl.s by the guests. The iilfalr was planned by her grand daughter, Mrs. George Du- yall,. who was assisted by Mrs. T. A. Held, Mrs. Ward Lowe and Mrs. I). L. Wui-rcnlon. ThCi Ilowcrs, a- birthday cuke with caudles, and ice cream scri- ed carried out the spirit of the occasion. •'••:' . Mrs. Solomoii, who has been ill "or a long time, is now much Improved. MIND Your Crocheted Entertains For Guc.s!. Miss Warrcnc . Brownlee entertained 14 guest's 'with a :steak supper at the Rustic Inn, lasi night In honor oi' her }iouse- guest, Miss Katherlne '. Davis, ol Amory, Miss. Supper was' served in the private dining ronm, which was decorated with spring blossoms. • t • Garden Club JMccls Tciiishl. , DeUiils of Ihc city-wide contests, to be sponsored by the Blythcville Garden club for beautifying of Blythcville will be mads at a meeting o" the newly organized club tonight. The meeting will begin al 7:30 o'clock at the-. Chamber of Commerce room of .the city auditorium. B. F. Kirshrier, president ot the club, said today that the meeting promises to be the most • Ir.f cresting hsid limy, far and asks thai all members attend. Given Birthday Parly. Mrs. J. W. Solomon, who was 170 stars of aj f i Friday, was given a -surprise birthday party Have You Visited Our New Modern Service Station? Wliitc Rose G_asoline Goodyear Tires • WiUard Batlcrics Head Sen-ice On - Gas - Xircs - Wrecks 21 HOUR bEllVICE Call C3S For Prdmpt Sen-lco Tom Little. Chevrolet Co, - Test-.your, knowledge of correct social usages by .nnswcrliig thu Following mit'stroiis. (hen checking against the authoritative 1111- swers below: 1. If you are picking v.p a KUCS in your car, Is It correct to honk ;oiir horn to summon him? 2. Should, a woman wait Jor n :iian to open the ear door for, her? 3. Isj^tactful to point with:pride to the small operating costs >vhcn discussing the merits of your car with a guest who is your passenger? 4. Is it customary to lip 'for "curb service"? V 5. Is It necessary to tip the, doorman at n club or hotel when lw opens your car door for you? What would you do if— You were riding with a friend who was driving so recklessly that you felt- your life was endangered— (a) Say nothing, but refuse to RO Hie next time he asks you? (M Say, "Would, you mind slow! IV 1 vii a bit? I'm scared oul o! my wits.'' (c) bay, -YD gods, Mr. Davis, I'd rather get home whole lli.ii In pieces?" ' Answers 1. No. 2. Yes. 3. No. About as tactful as to lei your guest (he price of the f6oc foil ore serving. J. Yes. 5. No. Best "What Would You Do" so lullon—la) if you have lln; wil power, otherwise you'll have to resort lo tb). \ Iron, sugar, sail, coal (cii'l)L-n) water. Iodine, phosphorus oxyi nitrogen, hydrogen, and lime m;r,k Up the human body. 'o Halter the generously propor- ioned figure, make this delight* ul crochet dress for spring and uinmcr. Its charm lies in its •cry simplicity. The slitch Is easy UK! you'll liud it goes rapidly When made In one of the pcpu- nr hew shades this will ba your :avorite frock. Directions for the dress come In the new WORKBASKET, No. CSH9. together will directions for a charming cro •Jlict vanity set, cutting guide for Grandma's Tulip quill, and a NUMO hot iron transfer of KOIHF new bib designs us well as n sunbonnct girl cutout. To order, ask for No. C919, or Icar out ilhislration and scud wilh 15 cenls stamps or coin. (C91912—12 issues, one each month for n year. $1.00.) Address your Older to IlLYTIIEVILLE COURIER NEWS MAKE IT YOUU3ELF PA1TERN BUREAU, BOX 103. KANSAS CITY, MO. Be sure lo give name and complete address. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch.went to Hcl Springs yesterday lo spent wo weeks. Earl Sullivan Is now able to rc- urn lo work after havihg bcei 11 a cast for eight weeks because ,f Injuries received when he fel in the icy htrecls In January am Orokc lib ankle, He allll has light limp, Mrs. Noble Odom and daughtei 'all-Ida, of Memphis, spent tli veckchd with Mrs. Odom's par •ills. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alloy. Marlon Gray, of Memphis, spcn he weekend here with his par '.nls, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray. Miss Mildred Moore, who til ends Southeast Missouri Teach crs college at Cape Glrardeiu spent the weekend with her pai .'ills, Dr. anil Mrs. L. H. Mooi'c. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. -Hasso nave returned from ti week's vis in Dallas atid Albcrltne, Texas. Mrs. Edgar Borum, who has been tpiltc 111 for the past 11 days, is much better today, she was removed lo Ihe local hospllal Saturday but will probably be able to return to her home tomorrow or Wednesday. Peggy Van Winkle -.. -. paMent at the Memphis Baptist hospital. The nev. and Mrs. H. Lynn Wade, Mrs. F/lwIn Jones. Mrs. Don C. Hotmail and Mrs. M. N. Johnston j have returned from Faycttevillc. where they attended the conference of Women's Missionary societies in Methodist churches of Arkansas. Mrs. Hohnan represented the Bly- thcvillc circuit, Mrs. Johnston the Lake Street church and the others were froni the First church. The Rev. and.Mrs. Wade were accoui- lianl?d by their daughter, Mrs James Thomas, of Joiiesboro, and for the tlrst lime If)..two years all members of their Iminedlate family w-erc together as another daughter. Miss Hoiw Wade, is a student al the stale university, and a son Clifton, resides there-. Morris Zcllncr will go to Ho' Springs Sunday to s|xmd ten days Mrs. Zcllner will remain here.. The Rev. and Mrs, Eugene W Polter of Joiicsburo arrived yesterday to remain here until Wednesday. They were guests of Mr. am Mrs. p. B. Jarrett yesterday ant last night, and will visit othei friends here before their departure ..Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Bryan ant son, Joe Jr., of Mount Vcrnon, .Mo. will arrive today to spend a few- days with Dr. Bryan's mother, Vlrs. E. M. Bryan, and family. Dr. Dryan Is superintendent of Ihc Missouri Slate tuberculosis sanitarium. Miss Martha Clark has gone to Little Rock lo visit relatives for some lime. Mrs. w. J. Wundcrllch and Mrs. James H. Bell are hi Jleinphis to- Lura Johnson Will Continue Revival Here jollst Lxira Johnson will He Indefinitely the revival K which she aliened at the s a patient in the Ml. Vemoh Sanatorium. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Masterson and their guest, Mrs. U. J. Mas- Isrson, of capa Glrardeau, the former's mother, loft Thursday for Jefferson City for a few days visit. CHARLES McCORMICK— 14 of ills brother, Clcvc Mceormlci IWPI- Holland yesterday. A' forme resident of Piedmont, Mo., M McCormick was brought here tw months ago by his brother altc ne became ill. mectlr Seventh and Ash streets, several weeks ago, it was announced today by the Rev, N. II, Rhodes, pastor. Interest and attendance at the meetings Inivc been exceptionally 6<icd. Mr. Rhodes said. The meetings arc held at 7:45 each nisjhl. Presiding Elder 'Her legs bandaged—but with a Indefinably chic effect, neverth less—Peggy Hopkins Joyce declhir to talk about the death of h fiance, Vivian Jackson, British ivr honaire, in the filalghing accidc which sent glamorous Peggy to hospital for many weeks. She is pictured on return to New York. Hayli Sociely — Personal Holds Services Here The Rev. Eugene W. Potler of Joncsljoro, prcsliling elder of (he Jonesboro <lislrict of Methodist churches, is conducting services al Ihrce churches in this section while Mrs. Potter is assisting ii Ihc Women's Missionary Societies. They arrived . yesterday and will return Wednesday. Tile Rev. Dr. Potter preached at the Lake Street' church last nighl. lie will conduct services at the Yavbro church tonight and' at Promised Land Tuesday night. Miss Anna Mae Khcurle accom- nied K. A. Khoin-le and Sam amra of Parjigould to Ihelr horn? Paragould Friday evening. Miss hourl3 will be (be guest of ber oiisin, Mrs. Sam Hamra, this eek. Ilev. and Mrs. William Huffman nd sons Guy nn:l wnync were in lytlievillc Sunday. Rev. Huffmati lied the pulpit at the Baptist :iurch at Blythcville Sunday and eveniiig in the ab- dice of the pastor. Rev. J. \V. eye. lie was rushed lo a Memtihi' itinnlngham of Stesle preached I hospital where it Is feared he imj Stick Flies Up an«. Strikes Boy in Eye LEPANTO. Ark.-Little Harr, rrncoy Hopkins, age (i. was trudging back home through the "nev prountl" that his father was clearing at nivcrvnlo when he steppe< on a small limb of a Iree. The limb bounced upward and struck h LnxoL'a Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bells, late of Memphis, have arrived to sixmd a month while Mr. Belts, wr,o Is with the U. S. Eigtncers. is on duty here. Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Pride jr. 'ate of Memphis, went to Dyers burg. Term., Iday where Mr. Pricb will be stationed with the U. 3 Enqineers. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas has I'Himi- cd from Memphis, where she spcn several days \vjlh her son, Nick and Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. Louis Leroy. of Memphis Is the guest of her sister. Mrs Louise chapman, and Mr. and Mr., I. Nick Thomas. Mr. ana Mrs. J. L. Guard ail- daughter, Mollie, visited relatives h Sikeslon, Mo., yesterday. Will Hold Services at Episcopal Churc!' The »ev. C. C. Burke, of Mari- antin, will conduct services at Ihe St. Stephen Episcopal church Tuesrlny nlghl, 7:30 o'clock, and hold n communion service Wednesday inoriihig, 0 o'clock. Wins Divorce MfR. Edith M. Wilson has b« granted a divorce from Fred Wilson OH the yrounrt of indi^nl tics. Read Courier News \v:mt Arts ere at the morning and evening ervices In the absence of Rev. Ii^rman. Miss Tiieima /Uexaniljr, who is forking In sikcskm. spent the vcekend here with tier mother Mrs. Vilbur Suttoii. Rev. and Mrs. William Huffman, Mines. M. Frye, LeRoy Bainre, •laclc Morgan, E. R. Vancil, Frank 'oster. T. L. Garret!, Jeltie Pheon, T. r. Gillimt. R. L. Gilbert,' S. E. Nelhcry, cletis Vnitghn and J. I. Davis attended the Asso=la- Llonal w. M. U. mcelhi" at Por- (agevllle Friday. Mis. Huflinmi' was on the program. William Khouiie, who Is working for the A. G. Sliiblcy Wholesih Co. of Blythcville, spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. aiir Mrs. Wolf Khourie. Herman McClanahan. of Wardel <i»:l Joe Hamelback drove-to Memphis Sunday and were • ncbomiiah- fed honia by Mrs. Hamelback who has been in the Baptist hos pital receiving medical treatment Mrs. j. T. Fitzgerald returnc home Sunday Irom SI. Louis aftc having spent the past' \vcek ther visiting with relatives.' Mr. ami Mrs. WesleyWarran o ill Springs, Mo., were'here Tliurs ay transacting business. Mr. and Mrs. Angc|o>Mounal ft Wednesday for at: Louis, wher ley visited their iiEphew, 1 Willia,! andspirc-, who is a patient in' overnment liospital there. Enroul oma Friday they stopped at M erhpn,,.Mo., and visited with the ioce. Miss Manic Handspirc, wh se his eye. Miss Nina Mac Chirk and Miss .lory Anna Bailey and Eirl Daily jr., grandchildren of Mrs. W. H. Dycss, were visitors here last veek '.from Grenada, Miss. They ~amc up lo assist in. the play 'Regalia Hiehslcppers,", having lad some of Ihc principal'.roles 3r, Stevens Attending r Physicians' Convention - Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Stevens wen Id St. Louis Sunday, where Dr tcvens will attend the 21st an nilal .session of the American Col Icge. of Physicians, which is bcint held at -the new Jefferson hole April 10 : 23. .Some of tne most noted pro fessors of medicine in the Unite States will lecture and over 2,00 prominent physicians from a over the country are attending. Dr. and Mrs. Stevens will 1: guests of Dr. drench K. Hanse and Mrs. Hansel, al the Cluis Hotel, while in the city. Read Courier News Wane Ans KN1TTINO VAItNS FREE INSTRUCTIONS New spring and summer yarns Latest Styles Classes. Friday. 2:30 P. M. .MliS. l.KSUK HOOl'KIl lift) Chickasawba Phone 70 TORE YOOI ffQW Sim-age time is hero. I.ct n* ^Uiro your tluiiBs whore they'll 'n 1 sii'fc from ninths, thieves. lire danger, clc. Just plioiic for "lie of our route men. 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