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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NRWS Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Semmes jr.. their small daughter, Pink-jy, panicd home by Mrs. Hollabtughiof of Marked Tree, acccmpanlcd by i who will be Joined here by her two \i « heir BUMI vrfec imin.i n-..,— „• ..— ut:iu.._ ..... .. " "M iwu| Mallory Social Calendar wrwre . A, M. Church,: Ben vyis- and George Shtnkt entertain- Inr with a kitchen shower and bunco party at Ihe Shanks home, 2:10 j>. m., (or Miss Irrna Laura Barnes, bridc-elecf. Lusora Cemetery Association benefit parly at the Luxora school gymnuium. Phone Mrs. J. D. Hires, No. H, {or reservations. U. D. 0. meeling with Mrs. James B. Clark and Mrs. 6. L. Ola dish at Clark home. Mmes. H. H. Hoiichlns, A. Connay and.Harry Klrby having bridge luncheon for MUs M»ry Ellen Stevens at Klrby home. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Ityr-Ij. C. B. Yciipg, of Osctola, Is to take place June 26, shared honors at a party given by Miss Nell Harris last evening. Accompanied by Mrs. Eugene Still of Plymouth, N. 0., and Mrs. jchn Sawyer Jr., of Carnthcrsvllle, house- gliesUs of Miss Slcvens, tlic parly went to Memphis. They had din nor on Hie root of the Clnridgi hole! al a specially nrmngert la- Ma with garden I centerpiece, flanked Later Ihey attended n show. Circlts Hrcl, Circles of [he Woman's denary Loclely of the First Ilap- lisl church met Monday noon for UIWc studies. Mrs. O. W. McCulcheu having Thursday Contract club. , First Baptist church W. M. U. •tecu'tlve board meeltng with Mrs. •-E. P. Blomtyer, 1031 W. As!) St. CmapUnetits Miss »Urj Ellen Sleverts. : : Mrs. H. C. Hall entertained wllh a bridge p»rty and linen shower at the' country club Tuesday afternoon complimenting Mlrs Mary El- Jen Stevens, whose marriage to Mr. L. C. B. Young, of Osccola, Is to be solemnized Jun; 26. There were 32 guestt. : The clttb was beautifully decorated in gladioli, sweetpeas and rc«s. •At tr.e conclusion of snapdragons, game high score prize, cut work • pillow cases, was awarded Miss •Ruth Butt, second prize, madcrla 'napkins, to Mrs. Carrol Wood, and .the consolation prize, linen handkerchiefs, to Miss Peggy McKcel. Honor guest prizes, handkerchiefs, >-ere presented Mre. Eugene Still, of Plymouth, N. O.. and Mrs. John 'Sawyer jr., ol Carulhcrsville, Mo., :houeeguests of Miss Stevens. 1 Refreshments were served confuting ol Ice cream frozen in cupid design in green and white, and Lady Baltimore cuke, individual corsages of roses and swe'elpeas were prc- . tented all guests. : Little Ann Vollmer and Donna Wunderlich, dressed as cuplds. were .messengers who presented the bride-elect -with many linen gifts. Out of town guests were: Mr.;. Eugene still of Plymouth, N. Mrs. John Sawyer jr., of Carulh ersvllle, Mrs. Joe Young. Mrs. Welby Young, Mrs. Godfrey white and Mrs. C. B. Driver, of Gaceola. . I.- • . • # « IWde Given Slwwtr..' ... was . before her. recent marriage Miss Sunshine' Adams, was the guest - ol honor at a party shower given Friday afternoon by Misses. Margaret .Keck, Mar'y Catherine Martin and Jane Buck at the Buck home.. Colorful summer blossoms decorated, the living and sun rooms vhere the four tables of guests played bridge. Mrs. Renkert Wcl- enaamp • won .first honors, hosiery, and" Miss'" Mary "Ellen Stevens received the cut award, lingerie. Delicious refreshments were served before Mrs. Smith was presented an interesting 'assortment ot gUts.. • . • The Diet group met at the home of Mrs. Chestfi' Nnbers when IS members and one visitor attended. Mrs. n. L. Rcedcr ( lesson from the 20th eh: Acts, Mis. W. M. Crow the meeting with prayer which was' concluded with senlciice prayers. Circle 2 was entertained l>y Mrs. W. B. Wallace at liar Promised Land home, Included In the M pre.sei-l was one gucsl, Mrs, Joe Orr of College Klailon, Texas. Mrs. C. W. Alllick used Psalms for the uiblc lesson nnd Mrs. U. W. Mnlllns oir»retl prayer. Angel food cakL', lopped with whip, pcd cream, was served with mi Iced drink. Mrs. Theodore Logan conducted the devotional In circle 3 which met ul Ihe church. She used "Love and Prayer", mid l;o(li MIS. Logan and Mrs. A, C. niaytock offered prayer. Mrs. Blaylock gave the Bll'lc lesson from the ssvenlh chapter ol Romans. Brlrtr-Klccl (Jlvori "What Not" Slinwrr. Mlf.scs Marie U-ggetl. Alberta Elllnll and Virginia llouriand en- icrlsiincil 20 guests Monday evcn- • ng nt the Elliott home especially K>mp!lmenllns Miss Irma Uuia Barnes, whose marriage lo Bernard McAfee, will take piaci- June 24. ccola is «1 l.on- ll&s Nell a M A QH|| , I1C OLNI re. jchn , llOUSC- ic parly :ad tlln- Clnridge inert tans tlic i tapers. w. i's Ml»- rst naps' nfter- hc home when IS alteml- cnve the apler ol openei. T ~ 1 ' I Bits oj News Mostly Personal Mr. iinrl Mrs. M. T. Moon liiive ictnrned (rom ten ihiys spent In Suinmeilleld and llnrhntn, N. C., B.s giicrts or the liev. and Mrs. Billy Cooley. MKs Allycc Nelson, who hns arrived home to .spend the summer from P.irkln, Ark., where she leaches school, has as her guest, Miss Dorothy Jean nafeer, ol Parkin. Mrs. A. P. Stacy and three children, of Tupelo. MUs, urc guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Fry. Sum p. llcssle and daughter Ado.ll. of Niulivlllc, Tcnn.. are the guests of Mr. Hesslcs brother, Bll- '"*• . Osceola Society — Personal 1 At rcor;;;iniy.jtlon 'meetings o! liaptlht younu Peoples grourw Monday 28 fhldrcti Joined Uic Sunbeam Band nnd the Y. W. A. elected officers. • ' The Sunbeam Hand met at the church at D o'clock In the mornlnx and will mcei eacli Monday moj!i- 118 at I'nal hour Irrmigh the sum mer. Mrs. P. E. Tompklns Is temporarily in charge, with a coun Bclor yet to b; named. Twelve Y. w. A, girls met Mondaj evening at the home of Held Toolc and named Beatrice Hose president; Helen 1'oole, vice pres- dent; Joyce Tompkins, secretaiy , w e one ere v heir guest, Miss Helen Bratton of sans. Wilbur and trn^t Martiall, spent t«e week-end iwilh baugh, ol St Ix>uls Mrs. p, J. Semmcs in Osccola ' ' lie Hessle, and family. Clay Oarrigan, dauiiliter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Oarrlsan. who has been ill, is better today. .(. T. Hudbury. who lids been vis- ling his mother, Mra. J. G. Sudbury, for several weeks, will Icnve tonight for Chlciino to vlsli before going to New YorX, Irom where he will sail June '2'i wllh members of his University of Alabama orchestra for a toiir of Europe. They will be awuy two months. Mrs. W. N. Williams and children and Mrs. Charles Crigger jr.. nnd son, Charles, are In Mcmphh today. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1934 JSK Ilyllie-1 la CMmp Sjppiiire, N. C., where trcisiirer, and chcsc Mrs. John nnct 1 as counselor. Mrs. E. L. Cole, c'.-.airman of the sponsoring woman's Missionary Union, made a short lalk. Mrs. W. E. Hunt was hostess in tlic two bridge elulw lo which ste bclony.s,' entertaining with an afternoon nnd an evening party. Miss Blanche Clcerc, d'-.a only ^t licsldes tl:c club members al tlx; nltcrnoon parly, was presented a dainty gift. Mrs. F. p. Jacobs won high score award. Others present were Mesdamcs Joe Cromer, Harry Driver, Ed L. QuUin. J. 11. M. M. C.illlum, of Jonesborn. is Lnvcwell. W. W. Prewitt and H. J. here for several days slay with his Hale. daughter, Mrs. J. Ncal Ocsell, and -,...„. , „ „, ,, t<ll v-"-j*.ti r HUM /n, nn; t Vl'llLIIJ; IJiirLy ftllS. OrllH Mrs. J. S. Oesell. MIS. Oescll went B. Coble, a recent bride, was ih» The yellow mm while color motif was atlrncilvely us-it in the decorations ol diiliics, roses Jnd snaixlragons and in Ihe ™r- nnil tulle bow which marked rfi«e«- iinii innu uow V V^_' I MiSs Barnes 1 place. ices and cakes were also in jhacli-s. Mrs. J. B. Ncely won u Individual over for him Monday. .Ice Boyd, of Memphis, was In tl-.e city yesterday on business. Miss Boris Sei-oy. ot Jonesbnro. lias arrived for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Rcccy nnd Mr. and Mrs. o. C. Barnes, having coins over cspjclally f m - paitles bctns Riven for Miss Irmn Uiurn Barnes. bride-elect. Mrs. S. S. Slernbers nn:l daugh- tcr, Miss Helen Alice, linvj rulnrn- ed from Giithrie, Okla. Miss Slcrnberi; has been attending ll-.e university at Norman nnd Mrs. Sternberg had gone out for a visit with relatives and to accompany her daughter home when her nioth- or died suddenly nl her home In Gutlirlc. Mr ' " I>(1 Mrs - Ii1lrl . y won u compart Mr ' " I>(1 Mrs - Ii1lrl I*"* ior- high score prize, Mrs. Ronert ' y hav= "' ovcli In St.. Lo -"t,-. ^-..mi- i»,*.i_, ,\uj>. ituuen Orlmes received a vase for low .30$. and. Mrij-iiotus. .89005-. Laird Won cards"-frfr thV traveling 1 prize .Included in the 20 gnesls were Misses Leah trances and Ellzn- onh Davirtion ot Piyuioiith N C iioiiseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Char- .cs Phillips, and Miss Doris Sccoy M Joncsboro, who Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Sccoy mid Mr! Jnd Mrs. o. c. Barnes. Glfjs .especially for "What Nols" acre presented the Inldc-elcct. Club Entertained! Mrs. Russell Phllliivs Given ftttj. B. A. Nelson celebrated his 60th birthday yesterday when his daughter, Miss Ailyce, and his sister. Mrs. Alice let, surprised him with R supper party. There we 20 guests, including the Rev. and Mta. J. R. Nelson, of Luxora. Mr. and Mrs, p. M. N:l- son and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Smith of Leachvllle. • The twilight hour was spent in din- (wo iiic im.gni nour was spent in islcr, Mrs reminiscences ol by-gone days aller I jlntlon, Texi -,.. was Ihe J)"J- gusst when Mrs. j.. N | ck riiomas entertained the Contract club this week v .uncheon in addition' to the ar weekly game. A lovely old fashioned bouquet vas the centerpiece for the ng table arranged lor a „.„ :OWN menu and other garde,, .lowers decorated the living room Mrs Phillips won the prize, Has fluli Parly. Mrs. Uoyd Sllckmon hncl [he lOinte Matrons Bridge club Ture'«>• afteiiiooii nl her new home *hen the only emr .l wus h»r Mrs. Jo= Orr, of College uis lo make their home. Enroitte there Miss Ethel park will stop ,al Chat- FfWl • \fn »—L. _ ... l_Ji ". . • .' only guest and was presented a 'avor. Mrs. c. E. Sullcngcr won :ilj>h score prize and others prp.s- :nt wi-ro Mcsdaincs Harry Driver, iutli Carlisle, W. E. Johnson, Mll- lon Pope, W. W. Prewitt and E. S. Driver. CJlmrlcs T. Coleman ul Littk- Rock spent Saturday here wltii Mr nnd Mrs. Charier, R. Coleman. Mrs. JOL- Cromer. her daughtrr. Marion, and niciiard Cromer have gone lo Union'own, Ala., for a reunion of the Cromer family. They were accompanied by Richard Ecfc- stlne, of Unlontown, who has been their guest for some time. Mrs. D. R. Hayward and her mall daughter, wro have been Hi guests ot Mrs. Mrs. Georgia and her aunt. Mich., for n "visit. '• Tillle Bower, ol Detroit. Is the guest ol her slslcr- ., in-law. Mrs. Minnie- E. Bower. Mr and Mrs. A. O. Hudson nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Henry lor several days before going to Los Angeles. Cal. for n visit. Mrs. Joe Orr nnd son and daughter, Joe and Patricia, of College Stntinn, Texas, have arrived for « six weeks. stay with Mrs. Orr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Haley, nnd . . . other relatives. While they wlll aUo go to Pine BlufT. Ark., for - visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. D Tliowl-w ' ' Mr ' n "d f k with , IUrcnts nf Mr - O"*• W1U1 .1. j.|, TI^,*)^ t>™:. ' - MLss Ucrtha Feinberg. . 3 r New York city, will arrive Friday tor two weeks stay with relatives here »»d at Cape Gtrardeau. Mo. coming down especially for the wedding or Miss Florence Arlan and her brother, phn Pelnberg. Miss Florence Arinn, Albert and Morris Peinbcrg. nnd Phil Feln- oerg.of Cape Glrardcnii, spent Sunday in Memphis. s er the party had enjoyed tr.c buffet menu. Has- Recital. Mrs. Ramsey Duncan presented her piano students In a recital last evening at the First Methodist church. Included in the participants were several beginners, Betty Rogers and Jack Smith, anil Joe Evelyn Dyslnger, c, wfro gave n reading aria then played two num- 6ers after having had only eight lessoas. a fact she disclosed in her reading. The stage was prettily decorated *lth garden flowers. • • • Entertains BrMge Club. Mrs. J. w. Adams had her bridge club, which meets every other Tuesday afternoon, and also entertained Mmcs. J. Mell Brooks, E. r Bio- rat fer, M. Fitelmmons, A B Holland,. C. G. Smith. Charles Wylic and Charles Alford. .Garden blossoms' were used lo decorate the tihles. A fruit salad course . was served with ribbon sandwiches and iced lea. -• . • ' , * *, • • IVaic G(wn tor Oat, ef T»ini Gwst Mrs. A. P. Stacy of Tupelo, Miss, Vho Is vliltlng ,-.isre for the nrsl time since she lived at Burdelte II yews ago, was Ihe guest of honor « » pitnic supper given cm the »TO of the W. W.HollipetCT home ' UsV evening. T i<* «tlhl. co-j[|!b' present had tapper »nd then played croqiiet; rook UM hois* shoe throwing Mrs. SUcy and children arc the •h£j»egiw*i ot- Mr: and Mrs. E ,F *****•' g **V-'tWMaa medicine « Burfctte for »' number of years ' •" ": _____ .t .••:•••. •-Ehet . as. Garden (lowers decorated the mug inom wiicr; iiin two tabl»s i-ere arranged. In the card Lone Oak News Ihc Ladles Missionary society met al the church Monday. They planned to solicit gifts O f chickens, to be sold, for (lie benefit ol MIC pastor. Brother J. L. Pinkston. Al tlie evening party Mrs. Sam d he urnfc Hay-ward's mother, Grlder Williamson . Mrs. F. p. Jacobs, returnfd Saturdny to their homs'in Unyton, Ohio. \. Mr. and Mrs. I, S. Mitchell have gone to their summer home on Lake Millelacs, In Minnesota, where they will spend the rest of the summer. Mrs. J. I, from a visit Ward- has returned of several weeks with - "I .n-,..*<ll «LTK5 Wllll her daughter. Mrs. L. E. Gwaltncy and her family, in Menu, ,\rk. Miss Alunc Word. Osceola altor- ncy, is in Torrcon. Mexico, visiting her husb.iud. T. O. Gibbs. Before retmiiinj, she will visit In Mexico City. Mrs. H. Cromer and •Ira. Max n. Reid won the prize'I Tilc !tra " c ncmonstintiou innilL. n _.l.l.r_ ''n-ill !.„ ._ ... .. . landkcrchlelr.. An ice course was served. club daughter, Vhgini.i. arc lowing Wednesday lor n slay ol several --lays with Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Craven in i Rcyno. Ark. I H. J. Hale and R. V. Madden have returned from New Orleans where they attended a meeting of the Southern Seed Crushers Association. Accompanying them. Mrs Madden visited frlcud-s in Natchez Miss., and Mrs. Hale stopiwl with her sister. Mrs. J. C. Glllison In Lake Village. Ark. Mrs. M. A. Martin and Mis. Anna S. UzKll. accompanied by Mrs Ixjsllc Avery, all of Memphis visited Mrs. P. j. Semm« and Mrs Burlilr-rs |. Pr( . i as( . ^^ i Mmaing i with them to Memphis for n -.lay 1 of several days, was the cu will be a demonstration in brenrt rijcltard&on ot Chicaco er o. junking. Oliver Clear Lake News M^'" fatlicr mid sblor hclc . Odlc Taylor's childion nnd Her- Mr. iinrl Mrs. Ricliarrt^Hayncs : man McLcod's children am ill wllh 'iJid as their guests Sunday Mr '"' ' md Mrs. J. w. Sellings, Mr. and •irs. Clay Slalllngs, of Recce, Mr md Mrs. j. M . Hayncs, Mrs. s. n. Craig, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Hay- i Lnl - lli- Joe les, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley StallhiK!, lo Mcm Phis Friday, inrt th3 Rev. w. H Horn M " "'"' "-"• • whoopini; cough. Howard Jackson is sick. Alt Hriltain went Ho Memphis Tuesday lo consult a specialist Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wallers drove - Mrs - . Hrlllaln Is able to be - "^*. ». n. norn. . ••**<»• tnui uruiain is aole to Miss Bertha Snpp has returned lup " rtcr several weeks illness ,rom a week's visit wllh her aunli' Mrs - Glc1111 Alexander '' ^ llcr parents, Mr. and Mrs J Steel lt1 ' Mo -' 1:lsl end. visited Via. at it Tomato. Lccn Hayncs and Lltllo Loins! -— "~ •••« • .iolmes are sick this week. j Mr - n "d Mrs. Adrian Chinch ol Mrs. J. M. Hayt:es spent Satur-! Rosclal)cl v i»ted Mrs. Church 1 ^ »>• evening as the guest of Mrs ' {"rents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fields jray, near Blythevllle '! llere Friday. Mmes. W. C. Smith and W E ' «PP spent last Friday evening! Sennn?s K.I til- from Kingston, Jamaica, for a visit with and -•hiWien and Mrs. Sands were in -romlscd Unrt Monday evening- They were accompanied -home by •Irs. Willie Ilenson. ' Mrs. s. -M. Craig spent Satur-lay night with Mr. and Mrs .J M. Haynes. ' Distoms, oils-celled planLs or inlniBls obtained from water, aie ,hc smallest living .things: ribs ns o:ig as l-100th of the diameter ot i humvn hair are contained in the inllcst ol these. The Christian Workers inn at the t-'irst Christian clmvcii Monday aflcrncon. contlnuitis their study of the old Hible. with Mrs John Cramer leading (he Irwon Mrs. Mary Dean lend the d-vo- lional sorvlcc. Meetings trough Anytime, Anywkere . . if CONSTIPATED TKil'i the Ii-.iuly ol Knn-.i-inint You dwi't Inve to wiit ami delay which j;ivc§ wmtipalinn arhinc; to Uoodymir «ysttm »ith wore pfii.vm. You jiiil chtw'» d«. T"n Vo f n " v ™f T1 >« chcwi^ ,li,. '?««•» "lie l.isalivcinpfditnl»;,li ! iril,i,t« Ihtci imifonnly througliMl H* intrstinc. »nj nmcj ih m w ,ih „[;,, ,„;„ , h t • «l« mf |.v v,l,, a w e . for it help, ,| ; .»l™ Iho dry w,,|<, , n ,Mcr. ndiri i, * prnmpl anrl coniplflc. I-wn-a-mnt "» Mrs. R. N. Waltnrs and little Morris are sick. Jim Austin has ictiuned the Imspllnl. Mr. nnd Mis. Joe' Walters consulted a doctor at Memphis last week concerning Mrs. Wn.'Nrs' health. WHEN YOU BAD BECAUSE OP CONSTIPATION. TAKE~ THBOFORO S BLACK-DRAUGHT VEGETABLE LAXATIVE arc careful In every dflall when filling -your prc- fcripllon. luslnj only pure drugs and compcteul pliar- machts. Fowler Drue Co. R. N. Hill J. M. Fowler KcsMcrrd rharmarlsls ifnii, • ., rient Bt : turns tonight | John Sawyer jr., and Miss Martha ».i. .-.cu. who is n stu-' Robinson in Blylheville to.-tay at Vanderbilt University re- a luncheon complimenting.Miss Eve ilgr.t for a. visit ol two Harwell, bride-elect. SPECIAL OFFERING of Seasonable Furniture Items for Your Old Mattress On a Slum heron During June 7° lighter iii weight C5 Four veniiJa«or-c<|tii|j|.ccl handles ami 25% lighter j n "Win i|, atl ,hc its.i.lsprinfi-fillc-c! mattress - The Rome Mimihm..) 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