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PAGE TWO BI.YTHEVn.LE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEW& Society Calendar Friday The .Music department ot the Woman's club Js needing at the club house at 2:30 o'clock. The Sas Nak Ra Rook club will meet with Mrs..Bob Copcland. Almost Perfect Brldjc Givfri Shower. Mrs. Fletcher King was hostess to 25 guesls Wednesday afternoon who complimented Mrs. Cecil 1'rlest ri bride, u'ith'a shower given at her new liome. The guests met at the liome ot Mrs. King and then went to 111? bride's home where they surprised her with an Interesting assortment of presents. In a contest of writing pairs' In "advice for the bride," Mrs. ,J. E. Lunstord won the prlxe, a mid'vose, The hostess was assisted by Mlss- e Elmyra Eoyd and Ruth King in serving a banana Ice and cake. * * « Club Mods. Members of the new Wednesday Contract-dub and cne guest, Miss Jnanltn Smith, were entertained, by Mrs. E. D. Dickey Jr., yjstcrday afternoon at the home, of Mrs. W. T.. Oberst. -The prize for high score went to-Mrs .Rlley i). Jones and Miss Smith received a d:ck of cards. I . Refreshments were strawberries topped with whipped cream served! with cake and tea. . , ! * * * ' Wan All Day MrcCin?, The. Woman's Missionary society ot the Lone'. Oak Methodist cliiirch met.at the church with ten members and one visitor,' Mrs. Lena Bpyd.of Yarbro, present.. : For the devotional the imstof, the Rev. Mr. .Williams, ottered prayer and Mrs. Herman McLeod read from Luke 16:19-31. Plans were formulated for an all day meeting at the church on Mothers* Day. Refreshments were served by Mrs.'Jim Fields, Mrs. W. H. Wadley and Mrs^ McLeod. Gil-sis at' Club. Mrs. James H. Bell was hostess to the ' Wednesday Bridge club and two tables of guesls at the homo of her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mnlinn. Tulips, iris and splrea formed pretty bouquets arranged in the 1 thres living rooms- The usual club prize of hosiery went to Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mis. 'W. Leon Smith won n set of pil!ows for honors among guests.. Mrs. Bell, assisted by her sister, Mrs. Byron Mora;, served n salad •with potato chips, olives and cof-- fee. :- '. ., '• .• .» • .'• • • Langc P. T. A- Officers Arc Elected at Meetllnr. ifrs. Russell Dlalr was elected president of the Lange school Parent-Teacher association in a meeting'.'at the .school yesterday afternoon. Other officers named .were: Mrs.'Gordon Evrard, vice president; Miss' Gladys .Hardln, recording secretary; • Miss Anne Clements, corresponding secretary; Mrs. O. O. 'Elktas, treasurer. . Plans were made . for donating rnonel to the school library as the principal project for tic present. For the program Miss Jane Kochtitzky gave, a reading and Miss Margaret Shaver rendered a piano polo.• Miss Gladys Hnrdin's room won the .dollar prize for having t li c largest attendance of mothers. * • * Music Clnb to" Meet. , "Italian Music" will be the theme studied by the music, department of the Women's club In a program tomorrow afternoon which promises to be ot much interest. .These selections wll Ibe given be- Bits of News Mostly Personal' , Co-Ed leader .an avern'Re.of 39 out.of a possible 1.00 In rlf\o matchc^ With 33 universities, you ddji't wonder why charming Margaret^Wqods, abovo, was awarded this trophy ag.ttid best, marksman ou 'the L6ulslana State University team. Binning at 3:30 o'clock at the club home: "Folk. Music ot Italy." Mrs. Marion Williams'; "Italian Folk Song," Ernest Jones; "My Ship," by Del Ktcgo, Mrs. J. E. Crlt'i; "Verdi and Kalian Oi*rn." Mrs. J. p. Barksdnlq; "Inlcrnimo" froni "Cavalier Rusllcana," Miss Virginia Terry; "Miserere" from "II' Trova- torc" by Verdi, Mrs. Paul L. Tipton nml Ernest Jones; select Ions from "Rigclctlco" by Verdi, Miss Margaret Merrill. , Entertains Clulj Miss Nonl Luckelt entertained the Night Bridge club last, evening at the lioiuc of Mrs. C. W. Garri- In the bridge games Miss Carolyn Pride won the high score prise. The hostess served,' cherry salad willv sfliHhvlchr-s and cr>ffei» to the eight present. Mrs.-R. M. Tatum and children, rfiily, James and Catherine! of Ken. nelt, Mo., s|xml last night with Mrs. Talinn's sister, Mrs. L. M. Burncttc, anil family. Mrs. N. Ji. Mciiiird was taken to Memphis yesterday In a Cobb am- julanc'c .where she was put on a rain' for Tcxarkaha where she will undergo mi operation lor appendicitis at the Colton Bolt hospital She has.been ill singe Saturday. . Mrs. W. B. Bhigb'! of KeiineU spent last, night with Mr. Bragg who Is employed here. Mrs. Oscar IJierbauin, who iiaf been quite 111, is better today. Waller Hcsenllial Is ill St. Loui: for several days buying goods for ttie New York store. Miss Nellio Hambo is a patlen nt the Memphis Baptist hospital. . Mr. and Mrs. Francis Carpentc will return Friday. from Market Tree where Ihey. are. visiting th parents of Mr. Carpenter. ,O. Wallace Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. L. E. Story and her guesl, Mrs. Fred Browne, of Flat Hlvcr, Mo.', spent yesterday, In' Memphis. Mrs, C. E. Atkinson Is able to be lip following a. serious Illness, Drs. Carl and Edna Nics went to Memphis last night for Admiral Byrd's lecture at the auditorium. Mesdnmcs Edgar Borum, R. C. Dciu Jr., W. M. McKcnzle, Louis Greene, E. U. Gillcn, O. W. Mc- Cutchcn, R. N. Ware jr., Nclll Reed, G. G. Ciuulill, Rirswll Phillips, C. W. Aftllck, A' Comvay, Earl KoouU, Horace T. Culp, James B. Clark and F. S- Wln'ford attended the benefit bridge parly given by the Wlllltun' Strong chapter of the D. A. R. Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. P. Jacobs al Grl- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Holllpeter left today for Lake James', Ind., 'vhirc they will spend Wo weeks al Iheir sumthcr home. Eddie B. David, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis nl a Memphis hospital, returned home today. He .was accompanied .!>}' Mrs. David who lins been with him. Miss \Vlimie V. Turner, county supervisor, who was Injured when she fell Saturday, • is doing nicely at Campbell's clinic In Memphis. • She will be. removed lo her home al Newbern, Term., Saturday where ihe will sixmd the next five week in bed because ot a cracked bon •mil strained back. ''.' ••'• .'; Mrs. Riley B. Jones and" Mr Dixie Crawford are spending toda In Memphis. An cxpeit at student government Miss Hce.ine Moore, above, ha been elected 1 president ot the women students at the Univerajty o North Carolina:. She coraerlrorr. Dallas, T«. Local Recruit Sent to Hawaiian Island THURSDAY, APR1N 23, >. ,A. R. Chapter Gives Liniclieon at Jacobs Hdhie OSCEOLA, Ark., April 23.—Wind- rer Terrace, the country home of !rs. F. P..Jacobs south of Qscc- a, was the scene of an ou,tstand- ng social affair of the season here cstcrday when members of the tfllllain Strong chapter of the D. R. entertained with a benefit ridge luncheon, the process to be sed .towards purchase of a bronze larker which, placed at Ihe intersection of Highways 61 and 16 near larlon will commemorate the old military road through Arkansas. The receiving rooms of Mrs, Ja- obs 1 home were gay with a pr.of.u- ion of spirea and iris and low bowls f Darwin tulips, and she was as- istcd hi receiving by Mcsdames form W. Edrlngton, W, J. Driver ST. lugh Craig,' Georgia Grider Willamson and Mlss'Elcctra Buck. Twenty-two tables of guests en- ioyed the delicious two course unclieon and an afternoon bridge, each table making its own choice between contract , or 'auc. Ion. High score auction prize was won by Mrs. John Uzzell of Memphis second high went to Mrs. H. H 'honipson of Wilson and consola-! Ion was cut by Mrs. S.im BOTOI f Luxora. High score contract >rlze was awarded Mrs. C. B. Drlv- r of Osceola, Mrs. W. J. Driver r., won second and Mrs. C. E. Sul- eng'er cut consolation. Mrs. Lexy iicholson of 'I'yr'onza was lucky winner of an angel food cake for which drawings were made. Among .the out of town guesls who reserved tables included Mesdames W. W. Mitchell, John Uzzell and Davis M. Biggs, all of Memphis; Mrs. E. B, Chiles of Pi- cam Point, Ark., Mrs. J. L. Dean of Tyronza,..Ark,, Mrs. H. H. Thompson of Wilson, and Mrs. Gude Handy of Nodena. Midway Notes Midway baseball team defeated the Gilcnrlst farm learn Sunday by the score of 12 to 1. Clyde Sexton, Leonard Hllli Ike Cannadsy, Frank Ltml, Ray, Otis and Chester WooUridBe, J. V. and Ethal Hudson, Albert and C. L Blaylpck, Junior White, William Crawley ai)d Junior and Vernon Maxwell attended (he ball game at Gilchrist. farm Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hudson visited. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hu'dsor Sunday. Miss Sarah Parkinson, Prof L. H Autry and family, Hays Sullivan jr.. ind Mrs. Chriss Tompkins of Uur- dette were visitors ;n Blyiheville Saturday. Miss Roveiw Cole, Clyde Sexton, John Brothers and family, J. A. Lloyd, Mr. Quails and sons, Jiminle and Archer, Johnnie Smith and Edgur Melvin were visitors in the city Saturday. Louis WJilte and sons and R«d Crawley we're Bly'thevvi.llc visitors Sunday. A. J. Hill and son, Clarence, attended Sunday eehcol at Luxora Sunday. Hexle Wilson, Louis White, R. L. Thorn and Edgar Melvin were Luxora .visitors Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Hill, visited Mrs. S. f. Rpark at Blythevillc Saturday J. C. Jones of the Gilchrist farm visited Reed Crawiey Wedncsdav. Mrs..E. M. McDonald is Visit- Ing her mother at Hiekman, Ky. for the. week. E,. M. McDonald attended to business in_Blytheville Wednesday. Mrs. Chester Wooldridge visited Mrs. O. Randolph Wednesday. L. B. Canaday was a Luxora visitor Friday. Mr. and Mrs. AA. J. Hill visitsd Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones of the Gitchrist farm Monday. school, Sunday afternoon by the score of 4 to U. / Mrs. Tom Norton was lha ,pur.st' of Mrs. Mamie Hartsfield, W'tjahei- day. / •' ./ 'Johnny Goodman of Jackson .wa the week end guest of Mr. and MI?; • l| liaymond Jordan. ; ; Mrs, Tom Hart had as her guesl,' Sunday, Mrs. Ethel Macon. F.verycne is Invited to t(tjeiid Sunday school at ten o'clock; caih Sunday morning. • • • Ekron News Notes The Ekron baseball team defeated the Little Riv^r teain at Ekron Capudine Ends Headache in q Few Minutes •REGARDLESS of whether head•*•*- aches result from nervousness t ind JRcsiion, eyes or over-work, thousands of people are geuing relief 1 from suffering through Capudine in an amazingly short time, lleing liquid,Capudine acts immediately, often in one-third die lime required by other forms. It contains no nircotics, docs not disturb digestion and is approved by doctors and drug- gisis. Even wiih the most severe headache, relief comes very quickly; Sold >t Drur Start!. 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