BLTTHEVILLB (A$K.) COURIER NEWS Baplist WMU Orcle. i Mrs. Buck Hostess Members Hold Meetings To Episcopal Group • Circle One of Ihf Woman's Mis- ' The Episcopal Woman's Auxiliary rjanar^ Union of Calvary Baptist met lust night willi Mrs. CJ. M. Church r with ; Mrs Circle, T»o trs. vim England >Mnj Lelaiifj Hode? opened 'he sircla One session with prayer,' fol- J»lnfc which Mis John Holmes discussed community Mission work- Mrs. P IJ Jeinigan had charge J Ihe program, ' Our : .Hungry World," Mi" ftos Smith's topic wns This Side of the Closed Door" and Mrs. Holmes discussed "The Missionary Th'ixl Cam'^ to Forlal- rza , Haie We Whipped the Vorlcf IMS Mrs Jeinlgan's sub- eel, | ami Mrs Hodge spoke on ^ I Volunteeied for Missionary Sen ice The meeting wns closed with pia>cr by Mrs. S. D. McQliee. Miss Cleo Bradiey opened the . . Kclds made reports on ihe iJin- cesiu Convention held last weak In Helena. , i Mrs. A. G. Shblcy closed the mccuntr willi prayer, lollowlng which the hostess serve:! refreshments: M.-s. M. I). Vondeiau of Helena, who Is uniting her daughter, Mrs. 'Jjhmiy Fields, nnd Mr. Fields, iva,s u Sliest. Sons and Honored At Banquet Comedy films were presented last night at Ihe Lions Club bouquet I „ WJ v ^ k .. vu v>>- i *«!yiiL ut, mi; jjiuns UIUD onnuiK'i peeling of- Circle Two. for .which for the guests of lionor—35 sons •lie \ei\ thfl urnpinm Mi-<: f!ov>'n nn.i rin,>,.i*,n..» —c ..,..1. . . c he led the progiam Mrs, , caua ?rult| give the de»otional, taken he 25th chaptci-or Matthew. Those taking pait on the program wore|Mrs'..T>. L,. Webster, Mrs. Darrell tmisfoi,! nnd Mis. Henry Mc- aln • Thp hostess presided at the business, session. nnd (IniiLjIitcrs nl club member. 1 -:.. Setting ror Ihe nnnunl affair was Ihe Mirror Hoom of Hole! Noble. Following ihe banquet, two films were shown by Bill Hyi-d. La Nouva Club Members Guests of Mrs. Jerome Mrs. Newell Ci. Jerome was hostess last night til thn Jerome home 011 Highway 01. South, with ti „ • „ .. ^_ , bridge party for members of La Mrs Doiothj Ferguson wa s hos- Neuva club nnd another guest, ess Mond-ij niahl to the Young Mrs. Uernard Oralmm woman s Auxillarj of First Bap- Ist Church it, the home of her •r "• . * Stevyaidship Discussed Woman's Auxiliary wrcrits. Mr. and Mrs. Clautle K. . . . Bly(hc\illc Army Air Rowland, ^leld :Mrs. Ferguson and Miss Edna Jvcrman were in charge ot the Stewardship piogiam for Ihe 12 nembers and two guests. Miss eggy Van Winkle and Miss Char- :ne .Wnght Mis Rowland -isslsted her aughtci in seivlng lefreshmciits. , * - * Welliodist Women Meet : L M. Moody Home Tne Woman s Society or Christian 5ei/rco of Dell Methodist Church «"l jcsterdaj illt'nopn. at the ? of M s L M Moody for n lusmess nnd program sessibn. Mrs. «oodj and Mrs C'trl Burton were In evening games, Miss Adah Robinson won Mary si-ore •prize and Mrs. Mclvln Hnlsell,.sec- ond. The hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Holder Hostess lo Tn-Town Members 'Mrs. Worth Holder was hostess lo meirteis of Ihe Trl-Town Club yesterday Afternoon with a -'arldse party nt her home on West Ash. IliPh score bri|!c prize war, awarded Mis. Gnrnird Cauclill and sen- «nd went to Mrs. Jiuncs Terry. F.illowing games, the hostess served a salad plate. BlytheYille Group Will Attend Rally R A Grecnway, president, omuisted the b 'smrss session and the devotional Mrs. Mavis ro h d r ha se at tlic prD- ram 'Stewardship Assisting on he f o?ram \cre Mrs. Noble 'Dili, S* W D Howard and Mrs iurtjm. It.the close of the meeting, ca?h f the 12 meir'o r? present made he plec gc for tnc jear. Th,c hostesses served a salad plate or refret .merts Mrs. Willard Olover of MnniH 'hs a fjiiest. s Lloyd Stickmon ^ntei tains Bridge Club Tutsday Bridge Club members nci other guests were, entertained •?sterday afternac n wlttt a bridge irty by Mrs Lloyd Stichmon nl he Sllckmon home, DIG Walnut. L Guests othe.r than club members tere'Mrs. Alvin Hurfman Jr., Mrs. |hester Caldwell. 'Mrs.- E;rR. Lnn- fcshire and Mrs. Russel) - Farr.' | Arrangemenfs of', snapdragons nd ^orsythiii'decorated cnterlain- pg rooms. ;•:'-'•- ;1 '• V. •• In.afterno^i..bridge- games,• high joid; crize 'among ,plub members las .won by Mrs. Riiey Jones tind tcond high by Mrs. W. c. Iliggih- pn.;Guest high 'was awarded Mrs. lancashirc. Refreshments^ were served. firs. Wooten Hostess . J ; Mr.s. Billy Wooten was hoslcsr, list .night at her home. 510 South |irst,' to eight members of the riendship Class of First Baptist |Pjnpwing a regular business scs- • Mrs. Wooten served refreshes or cake and punch. on Valentine's Day. You .n^vcr mijs when you send .nalfmortt Cards. Sco our r t«^V c ^ iolectlon no - ^IN 1 .1 FT;, Cheerful jMissco Baptists -'Send Three to 'Pine Bluff Meet Joan Tccllock. daue'.iler of Mrs.' MiHllnti Enochs, will represent, lily- ' Ihuvllle nnd Calvary Bap 11 si Training Union Convention in Pine liluff. | Two other representatives from Mississippi County will be Emily i IX Horslcy or Manila nnd Billy ' Hay Drcnnnn or Oscoola. i The three repn.'Si'nluiivcs were | winners In various divisions ol n- conlest held Monday nlglit at Iho First napl 1st Church in Osceola. The Rev. Emmilt cross, Training Union Auwclalton director, was In charge, Joan Tedlock, n member of the Junior department of Calvary Baptist Church, placed rirst In the memory work contest white Emily Horslcy, an intermediate of Manila Uiiiiliiil dim-oil, w ns outstanding in Ihe sword drill contest. Billy Hay Drennan, member of the Young People's Department, of Os- tela nnptlsl Church, won Ihe speaking conte.U willi his talk "Milking n Life." _ The three representatives left for I'ine Dliirr this afternoon, accompanied by the Hcv. C. J. Rushing, pastor of Manila Bapllst Ohurch, and MISK Clco lirncllcy of Calvary l!n]>tlsl church. Bits of News Attending Ihe Methodist Youth Ri-lly Innlght at the First Methodist Church in Jonc.sb.iro will be miir.fccr of young people rcprc- U.liiii Uie First -MHlioillst Churcli i nlytheville. They- include J'. D. rosier, Mary forRiui. Thomas Bell, Owen Harrl- 311, Joan Shanks, Marilyn 'Djcn laibnra Cnllison, Hobjy Cnllison ulli Scay. Nnn:y Partlow, Jordan >css Nccdham. c.il Gossotl, .Iiiiiu- .n Eberdt nncJ Chnrlrs M:Danicl. Accompanying the group will be tie Rev. and Mrs. Allen Stewart, lr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay, and Miss letty Boyd. sponsor of the Melh- clisl Youlh organization licre The JoncxbDi-o Rally wilt be n icnioiial c'JscrvnncR for the men •ho ciiod during the recent war nci n celebration of victory in tie Hendrix College Conway, iiiildiiiB mid Endowment; cnmiiaiBii memorial Is lo. be placed in tho ew chapel which will be lionstruct- A on the Hendrix College campus. Speakers lor the occasion will lie Dr. Mall. •Ellis, president of Ilen- nr C.olk-t'c:; Dr. c. M. Heves, 'jr.ivay, ;:nd Bishop Paul E. .Marin, head of the program of Uol- ;gc Advancement, for Arkansas and U1NAII HHOKK: Cheerful. ))y AMCiA 1IAUT N'KA Staff Wrlliir The pleasant smile lhat lU;i- ill) n face, infects olluir poop., wins favors, inspires conlid-jnct.-F and makes you reel better Is n, Email oullay lor (hesa bit; returns. Only one-third a.s many rmi. l ;<:lcii are used to put a smile: cm a ini.n lo put on n frown. If smiling etches lines llniv will be pleii.sam cues lhat will add clinrm to yom luce as you grow older. There are smiles nnd laullcs, Eul the really infectious smile steins from » \vellsprhif; or cheor- Clicerfuliii'ss is a habit you can cullivnle, says radio• singer Dlimh Shore, by Icnniliv to look for Hie gocid inslcad of the had, ror llic) pleasant in.Mcad nf the unpleasant, in people and situations. When n cheerful outlook is adopted, she says. It becomes r«ii expression or your dally life. Suds mi ntliliide nut only builds up something positive \viilitn you hut makers people prefer lo be with you llian with Ihe sourpuss who would rather grouse than [Ii'ln. Coming Events THURSDAY ,. -Mrs. Rtc'hard I 2 r:chaf(i hn.i 1 er,r lo Jolly Eight Club. Mrs. F. II. Joyncr onlertaiiiiag Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. ,1. A. Leech hostess In Tliurs- djiy Luncheon Clb. 'Mrs. R. C. Rose eutci-lalning fX'- lelle Club. Mrs. B. A. Lynch hostess to Mid- Week Bridge Club. Phcbean Snnclny School Class of First Bnplist Cliurch meeting with Mrs. J. W. Syltes, 1519 Weal Ash. "hariinc Masscy to „„„ Winford WardWatson III Dr. ant "Mrs. L, .D. Masscy ol Ojccola nnnoimce the ensagemont «ucl Kpuroar.liiiig marriage of their dinighter, Miss Charlinc Massey :o winford Ward Watson HI. son' or and Mrs. W. W. Watson Jr.. al- so of Osceola. The wedding will b; solemnized the latter [nrt or Fcb- ruiuy. Plans will be announced later. Miss Masscy wns graduated front high Rc-luiol in 'Hoswcll. N. Mes, nnd nttetulcd Baylor University, Waro. Texas, and the University of New M^xi^o, Aroucpiercinc. Mr. Watson attended Arkansiis State Tc.i:hers' Cu'ilc[;r. Con.vuy. before entering the .Army In serve .sevetal yer.rs. The Beauty Bar "your heauly Is ci«r duly" Ilr.h-n Curtis CoTcl Waves Ogilvic Sisters ITalr rreparaltons Zotos Imperial $20.00 Zuni Nail rolish Slcncoc Hole] I'lmne ;i •ANNOUNCING' Watch tor our clever new ail every Wnlnrs- •lay in llic Blythcvillc Courier News. You'll be an "Eager Beaver" lo read your newspaper mice you see it! At The Hospitals KlyUicvillc l[iM,pl(:i| Ac:-nil led: J. -W. I'urlle .Jr.. city. Caral Dowdy, city. 1-Vcid Bean, Hie. 1, city. Mrs. Hui-ly Anderson, 'city. IJisrnissed: Mrs. Dill Uounsavillr: and babv city. >' 'Mrs. Richsirc! D:ivis nnd baby, Walls riiisnilnl Dismissed: M-s. Mary Graham, Stccle Mo 'Mrs. p. E. utlcy and baby, city Mrs. J.-w. Edwards and -baby, ML'.lllllt. 'Bud Ciolise. Oarulhersville Mo •Mrs. Clpo Ilcecl nnci baby cilv' Mr. Dc/hert Ulcldicks, steelc Mo rvirry Almond, Rt. 1. cily •Mrs. Donna Casskly, Cariilliers- ville. Mrs. nn!ph Fuller and baby, city. Presbyterian Supper Will Be Held Tonight The fourth and final or a .vn-icx of Family Night Suppers wili;"bg' held tonight. C:4r> o'clock, at'itfte', First Presbyterian "Church THe' uppers and studies hnve bccri>:in cbsci-vance or the Foreign Mission season. i's. R. P. Kirshner will discuss 'Now |- •• I'lilton. "•>. iv. r, rvir.snner will discuss iw is the Time" by Dr. Darby Miton. All members of the congregation nre Invited to attend, the Rev "arvoy T. Kidd, minister, said 7Vtf£/ttff tilBjt Mrs. A. D. Priest, Mrs. Ed Rhodes and her son, Euuene Rhodes, spent yesterday In Memphis. While mere, •FiiRcno underwent treatment at a clinic. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson have .returned home after spending a wedding trip to Miami, Pla../ and Havana, Cuba. They m,-x are at home at 314 North Klxth titriwl. Mrs, Thcminson Is ihe former Miss Ethel aoodner. „ . Mrs. John Stevens or Dell is 111 nt Walls Hospital. Miss Mary Van Sliced, daughter of Mrs. K W. Sliced, h undci'b'O- Ing treatment In Memphis fur a blood clot In her Jcjf. She was :ic- ompanlccl to Memphi;; h y ] U -T un:, Mrs. Jake Huffaian. Miss 3nccd, attcndlns; Central ColleKO, Jonwny, when she became ill, caini; omc last week. Miss Maridie Mmlinurr | s n; a t he home of her parents, Mr and Irs. Cornelius Mcxllngor, 10dr> West Walnut. Miss Modinscr, stiidunt ai I- I oiiis University, Ix.'ciime ill af- r ccinlnu home several days «•.;> spend n bctween-si'mi'sid- v-it-ii- l"n willi her parents. .'crane H. M."Kn v wi norrov: for Ciimilllon, Miss 'e ijlans to slay imiii £|irhiK lie I III .j,; aceomponied !r:nn r.l n-.i- \ :Ulo. Ark . by an aunt. Miss flcu- j -ih M:Kay, or HI Dorado and Car- oliloii. They rii:in to i;o to Mew Orleans before cnntlniiluit the trip o| Carrollton. Mr. McKay has bc.'i:' Hire with his parent:;, Mr. r.nct li':;. J. A. McKay, since his V.is- cl)!'i'!;e from the Navy several months ago. Carol Dowdy, daughter of Mr.I and Mrs. O. S. Dowdy, Is under-1 (Toing treatment al Walls Hospital' lor streptococci: throat... Her condition v.-tw somewhat Improved today . Bry:e Layson, son or Mr. and Mrs, Henry .Layson, will go this v.-c-ckend (o Payettcville, where he is enrolled K!, University of Arkaa- sus. Mr. Layson attended the Uni- ver'.ity under the V 'A3J'? program white in service. O. 1'. Uaiber will leave tomorrow for Lawrt'ine, kans.,' vs-here tiiei Havbiis will make their home with i his father. Mrs. Uaiber and their ton. Tommy, v/ill Join him the first of next week. • Mr. and Mrs. Cecil returned lo Uici,- home WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1917 American Ca«l«l Driver Arizona has honored the memory of Hadji Alii colorful chaTvc- ler who came lo lhat slate from Syria to drive camels In an unsuccessful attempt to Introduce that mode of transportation on the American deserts. HOT fLASHES? Lee have Dyers- n.mi aficr lu.ving been the guest ol her sister, Mrs. O. W Dilla- hinily. Since 1618 the u. g. oil Industry I ha s drilled 103,000 holes-thai did-' n't produce oil. - Read Courier News Want Ads. Blythcville's Baby Headquarters! Women In your '40V—this Kreru nu'dl- ciiie Js famous lo relieve hot flashes nervous tension—when due to the luuctional 'mtdoUc-cme' luirlocl iiceu- to women, ivorm tryinyl The Tot GOSPEL MEETING at the CHURCH OF CHRIST l: J .Q(i W. Main SI. Blytlipville, Ark. Daily Radio Service—12:15—J2:fin Night Service—7:.'!0 I'. M. Sunday Service—10:55 A. M. 7:30 P. M. •l..e Blue, S:il«i,,, A,k. ' W. T. Shtll,,,, Era "e e "-t ' gong IUm,,. r K. W. Stnvull, Minister "ESKA" AMERICA'S NO. J COLDWAVf Eska Cold Waves are di(rcrc:it different in that each is given only nfler a scientific test curl is taken. This test oliminaics chanc; and guesswork, assures you of perfect satisfaction . . . beautiful hair! Next time trust your hairdoiiu; to one uf our specialists nnd to fiskni ESKA MAY BE FOUND EXCLUSIVELY AT THE Select Party Gifts From Ihe GIFT SH®P We Feature Congress Playing Cards, Tallies, Score Pads, and Place Cards GIFTS »i-:c;i\' AT 50c \Vc.Cift Wrap FHl'.i: 10!) K. Main SI. BINGO! Tlie County Ciimiril of llnnu- l>einiinstral[»n <'lubs invite.; you to jLirlicipnt!; in their !)i^ Ifinxo I'urty. The proceeds beiiiR used to giublhh their Club Veaibniiks. THURSDAY, JAN. 30 8:00 P.M. For only a slight adimssimi charge—50c—you will become eligible to win some, mighty '-scarce aiitl wanted . . . farm iirmluds. So, come on cluwn, lnivo '.'. t;o«d time and tuke home :i ini/,e. AMERICAN Legion Hut Ijt^(; ; :<<i-Jii 'V?KS 1 i ; ;f!,. tvViil'^'i IEAUTY CLINIC cit'l Bank Bldg. Phone 3274 ORDER IT FROM OUR MIDWINTER CATALOG Tnie bias cut for long wearing comfort! Double needle finished, adjustable strops. Eyelet embroidery trims front bodice, straight back-. Lustrous satin in light bine, ton rose, or while. Sizes 32, 34, 36. Order several today! Each Bobby Meekei's Famous Orchestra broke all records on a previous en- gagement—. (Cotton Ball, 1945). DON'T MISS IT! BOBBY MEEKER AND HIS ORCHESTRA . . . Playing at the JAYCEES ANCE AT THE BLYTHEVILLE ARMORY THURSDAY, JAN. 30TH KKTU R N K N G A O F,M EN T I1Y SPECIAL DEMAND! (Tickets and Table Reservations on Sate at Kirliy linis. Driiji Store, Main at -Urnadway) Conliniions Sho\vs livery .Uay linx Office" Op«ns 1 ;.J5 Shaw Starts 2:fl(i LISTEN TO KI.CN' 8:00 a.m, _. 1^!:4S p.in. 4:30 p.rn. Wednesday & Thursday Friday Bflecterl Short Siilijt-cts Continuous Showing Everyday REMEMBER: BLYTHEVILLE ARMORY THURSDAY, JAN. 30th SPONSORED BY _ / CATALOG DEFT. THE BLYTHEVILLE JAYCEES Box Office Opens C:-15 Saturday. Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts IMS Continuous Shnws Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except No passes honored on Sunday at the Itoxy. * Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Shady Lady willi Clinrlrs Cobnrn anil (Jinny Simnis Bell for Adano willi .Inhu Hndi.ik Thursday nml Friday DOliBI.u FUATUIIB ITS A HOWLO.VA tOTOF.FON.
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