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PAGEFOUB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET TJih Ticket WB Malt Jot: Wehibcrsr & Companion l.tachvillc —to Uie— RITZ THEATEK —to we— "tSuta jtt Treasure Jsl.iiitT Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's club -having iunolioon, one o'clock, at club house. Woman's Missionary society, Lake . Street .Methodist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock nt church. Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt cntcrtnlning Eriday Bridge club. Miss Kathiyn Gieai WedsDi. J. H. Oxman Mi&s Kaltiryn 'Drear, cluuglitor of Mr. luul Mrs. O. H. Grear, became the bride "Of ••'Dr. J. H. O;,-man of Union,"N.'.J., son of Mrs H. Oxrnaii of Newark, N. 3., in si' candlelight ceremony performed at seven 'O'clock last night sit the •home of 'Ihc Tiride's parents. Amid n .sotting of bronze ami gold,.the Rev. ."W. P. Coolcy, pas tor. of theMethodist church nt: Joiner, res\d the double ring ceremony 'before a small group ot friends and relatives. Tows were excliiinged before the •drawing room windows draped In "White aiifl .gold -brocade. Floor- baskets of yellow baby breath and marigolds ,in shades varying from bronze 'to yellow were arranged against the windows over vMilch greenery- was twined. White Uipers in bruize candelabra dunked the improvised altar. 'Other floor- baskcts-of yellow, lantana were: arranged about the home. Miss Nannie 'Olarkc Smith Of Wheatley, pianist, and Mrs, Fiu-m- cr England,' vociilist, gave n pro- grain of nuptial music. Miss Smith, plgyed '"Licbcstnuun" while Mrs. ''Charles Morchcad lighted the tapers. '."Because" and "1 Love You Truly" were sung by -Mrs, England before the service and "Perfect' Ixvc" was snug .as Uie .benediction after the rites had been solemnized.' -During the ceremony, Miss Smith.' softly played •Grieg's "I L=vc You Truly." Both musicians - had corsages of pink 'rosebuds and were dressed in. black as \Vas' Mrs/ Morchc.id 'who wore yellow roses. As the strains. of Wagner's .'Wedding Maich from Lohengrin' \\.i-> heard, the bridal party entered, ttlic bride had 'as her matron of' honor, Mrs R, A Nelson mid Dr CKnnn's best mnii Mas Gcoige Groar ar 'brollior of the bilde iiars. Nelson wore a costume stilt, • of wood brown wot! designed with •a 'fur. iiim en. llio .hip "lerith coal. -Her accessories wore in .brown and. she wore >a corsage, of red "roses. T)ic bride was dessert In n grape •wool -costume suit with which she iuie black accessoucs A quilted design decorated the: shoulder line! and slce\cj> of (he model I he onlj trim of which was a gold oum- mnt at- 'the •neckline. lira- corsage was Of valley lilies. For the reception which follow- jed, Mrs. S. E. Webb, aunt of the bride, Mrs. Morchcad, Mrs. Nrf- scn mid Mis. England presided li! the -dining room. A Ujrcc tiered white wedding cake decorated with while rosebuds mid silver leaves and surmounted by llic miniature figures of a bride said groom was user! In the center of the lace draped tnbje. While lapcrs illuminated Hie .scene. Out of town guests here for Hie wedding were Miss Mnrjorlc Uoylc of Osccoln, Miss Sain Dunn Sistrunk and Mrs. Ben Horn, both of Forrest Oily, and Mrs. W. I'.Cooley, of Joiner. Dr. and Mis. Oxtnnn will re- 'ttlni here today from Memphis, where they went following the wedding, mid will leave tomorrow for Union, N. J., where they will reside. Mrs. Oxmuti IMS been outstanding In the music circles of this section since her return here two years ugo to open n piano studio, Alter graduation from the clty : high .school, she received a degree from Galloway college (it Searcy. Her later .studies were J'l the American Ccasei vatory of music at Chicago and at Columbia University ; at New York. Dr.' O\m;m is u graduate of New York -University at New York | and tbe seboo! of dentistry at Norllnvestern University, Chicago,I where he was affiliated with thoj Alphn Omega fraternity. He practices In Union. To Snrvc in Queen's Court Todd Harrison and Hulcn Williams, students at llendrix college, Comviiy, will serve its escorts for Miss Eunice Crow, maid o[ honor, m the 'court ol this year's llcndrix Homecoming ciuecn, and Miss Vlr- ginin Rice, senior maid. The affair will be Nov. 10. Young Williams, son of the Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Williams, is a junior at the college while "Harrison, son, of :Mr. and .Mrs. Zal I). Harrison, is a 6::))Uomorc, Byrd-Chllcs lilies Performed I,;isi Nljlit The wedding of Miss Inez Oliilcs, daughter of Mrs. Raymond May- wcll,-and Doyle liyrd -was -performed last night iit the home .of Magistrate T. L. Cassldy, who read the service. ' ' ' ' ' The couple was attended by Mr. Byrd's sister. Miss DeLoum Hyrd, .ind Lawrence Hassel. The bride -wore a navy blue c'icpc- with black accessories. P:r Ihc present the -couple Is making its 'home -.with Mr. Hyrd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. c'. C. Byrd. •» « * Cotillion Club Gives lliillnivc't'ii' Daiu-hiK 1'urly " •>- Blnck cats walked (i\"c -mimlci. Jack /b'lnntcrns -leered from tlic corners and 'corn stalks and other indications of 'the. hurvcrft lime wore arranged in the •Amcricnn Legion Hut last night when Uie Cotillion dub gave nil infcriHal dancing party. • Besides the members, lha guest list included: Dr. and Mrs. George M. Powell of Washington, p. C., Mr. nnd Mrs. .Sfime.s Hunt Of Mnniln, Aliss bnura -Hnlc, Miss Ulargaret Shaver, John-McDowell. I Ralph Pot ton, B. B. Goodman Rouse Harp, Sanford Boone, Rlch- niy Becser ana Pmi s McCalla. Hallowe'en fnvcrs of horns, hats and other holiday novelties were given. Ill charge of arrangements for the ctfliice were Mrs. Don Smith tarn Bernard Allen, Rlley B. Jones and James Terry. * • » Ladies' Afd Steels Committees to make aiTmigotncHts fcr Die spaghetti supper to Ije held Sundiiy nlghl at (lie Amcricnn f,c- gion Hut .were appointed at the meeting of the Ladles' Aid ol the Temple Israel last night at the home of Mrs. Louis Applebaum. Tlie congregational supper at six o'clock will follow a meeting t: )>e held In Die Temple with speakers from Little Rock. WIIHom Borowsky, of Manila, president of the congregation, spoke to the group auaul important tasks lacing the congregation. The hostess served refreshments to the ID inombutti present during during Uie .social hour which followed. * • * Kiilci'lahw C'luli Mrs.'w. a. Langdon enterlulvicd nuimbor.s of Ihe Tluirwlay Rook clul) and six guests yesterday after- no:n.'al her home nt tho first :parly of the group since adjournment for the .siunmcr. In addition to the rook-games, :i>rid«e was also played. Quests were: Mrs. p. L. Hus- •bniuls, Mrs. John 'Featherston. Mrs P. G. Rcicliol.'Mrs. Raymond Smith, Mrs. Eugene Dlbklns;n, mid Mrs W. W. Shaver. The haslcss served a. dessert course of pumpkin pic topped wltii whipped cream and coffee. Her, home wns decorated with roses, baby chrysanthemums ant! .mixed flowers. * » * To Have liriilgf Luiiulicon Mrs. A. G. Little, Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mrs. A. Conwuy will ciitcrtnln with a bridge luncheon Friday afternoon ul one 'o'clcck at Ihe Hotel Noble, Invitations have been extended to 65 local people. The alfnir 'will begin fit ono o'clock. Chili I'oslpimPs Luncheon The Woman's club luncheon sched- iluled- lor tomorrow at the club house has bcun postponed because' of (he critical Illness of tlie club president's father, it was announced today. J. P. Smoot of Lilb:urn. Mo., who 1ms been visiting his daughter. Mi's. E. !•'. Blomcycr, president of the club, was stricken with paralysis last night. ' *v ', -; 0. K. S. lias Sdjipci Members of the Order of the Eastern Star and (heir husbands were entertained Tuesday night at. the Hall with a Dulch supper. Roses and cllicr boucmcUi 'Of 'mixed flowers decorated the Hall: A slated meeting of the group followed tlic social hour. «. t • •UTsc.iiKies Trip In •Supreme Cmuciiliim Mrs. R. F. Kirslnicr «ho recenlly •returned from Houston, Tex., 'Whore she attended the supreme conven- 'ticn of the P. E. O. sisterhood, told of .the convention at the meeting -ol Ponies to keep you warm All the Weirmlh ynu waul. . . . -\villi tut wfifhllcss slreamlirJnir ftishioii demands. You can siity as slim as you are ami still he co/.y and tomforlahlc in MimsinKwoar I'onnvs. Tlircu lengthy of imnis (o choose from. 49c 69c Chapter n of the p.- E. o sisterhood yesterday afternoon at the home qf f,frs. M. O. 'Usrcy. Also on the program was Mrs. A. Convoy who told ,lhe group of her trip to Honolulu, Hawaii and 1 Western .stales this Bummer. • Twelve members were, present. The liosietis .served n salad plnte. * * • Give IlimitUcicliicf Shower • Members of the Young Woman's Missionary siuJely of (he Kirsl Cliurcli of the -Naxiircne gave n iKindkcrehief Miowcr yoslcrday af- teriioon for Mrs. B:u Tyrone, vjho celebrated her birthday, The .shower followed the Inlet busino.ss session of .the group at llic home of Mr;;. Bob 'Clillcs. ,'fhc Jiiceilng .u-a-i opened with prayer by Mrs. Mildred Mav< 'I'hc .scripliire was read by Mrs J L. Waolimui before tho' group was dismissed with prayer b'y Mrs. liar- old Thompson. A sandwich plnte with hoi, choc- iilalc was served after Mrs. TyiMio liad opened iicr gifts. Bits of Newi Mostly Personal* OCTOBER 2C, 1939 -r/"' » J Kivvaiuans Stage Hallowe'en Paily On Ladies Nighl With vlsilliig Kiwanians and oilier guests from St. Louis, Webster Grove, SikesUn and Cnrulli- ersvllle, Mo., Jonesboro and Helena, Ark., nnd Memphis,. Tcnn., attending, Blytheville Klwanlans turned their weekly dinner meeting into si Hallowe'en party and ladles night al the Hotel Noble last night, The regular program wiis cut short w T. B. Seal Sale Heads Attend Conference Mrs. Rodney L. Banister, chairman cf the tuberculosis Christmas Seal Sale for Blylhevillc, attended tlie conference of the Northeast Arkansas district of Arkansas held by tlie Arkansas Tuberculosis Association at the No'Jlc hotel In Joties- boro Tuesday when plans f-:r the coming Christmas seal sale and county program were discussed. She was accompanied by Mrs. C. A. Cunnlnghiini, J. S. Dlllahunty Jr., and MI'S. Eddie Kejjenold, from this district. Forty rcprwicnUiliVL'S were prcs- s.iui-u win. speccncs uanncii. inngo • r .. *as played with proceeds fr:m the;?! 11 l !'" m , Glil >'' ''"i 1 "* 11 ' t-ralBhead games going to Ihe club's under- Ral . lUol))l1 ' Cross, Jacks:n and Mis m-ivllesrrd ,.|iil,i rf .ii^ rinul sissipju counties. privileged"children's fund. After the games dancing was en-' ^"s- 1 * joycci in the Blue Room of Ihc 1{ock ' Cluimbeis, cjf Little _ executive secretary of the iiotel which was appropriately dec- j Arkansas Tuberculosis Assocmliou, orated in Hallowe'en style. ' Wlls lllc main speaker al the con'. _ I fcrcncc and Mrs. Elhel Wond pre- /'sidcd ul llic luni'licoj) .ulilch J':l- lowcd Officers Chosen For Luxora School Classes' L uxora Band Leaders LUXORA, Ark., Oct. 2(1,—Tlie freshman, sophomore, junior mid senior classes of llic Luxora high school are announcing the follow hi ? ,-fficcrs for the 1930-40 „ Fi-eshmnn: President. liortl Corkran; viee president. Buddy Pcr- mcuter; secretary treasurer, Mildred Ha'Akins; reporter, Elsie Long. The newly elected president, un- pointed Siiaf permentei-, Clay Jackson and Clarice Johnson to serve as the entertainment committee. Sophomore: President, Ditsy Sili- nnui; vice president, Joaunii Miller; Named By Director LUXOKA, Ark.. Ocl. Zli.—The sc- lection of band lenders was made term.. today by T. C, Wiirjficld. director. '•--•- j Frances Liveranl will lead the • Ihlrty-Uo piece band as - drum major; Mildred Hiiivkins nnd Ray- born Stan Hold will be color guards' Ann Claire Wilklns, Virginia Bowl en, Sara Pcsey and Sara Langston, baton twirlers. The band promises mueli as (IK membership soars. The number of new instruments received since the opening of school arc: trumpet trombone, bell lyre, and drum. ' According to Mr. Wlngfield, the group will make t:urs, attend concerts, and enter the imislc festival In the spring. Java is Ihc world's most hc-av populated bland, its pc-imlati I Is estimated to exceed 360000 although the island has an ai I of only <18,504 square miles Bill Morse Entered In Musical Contest Bill Morse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse, has been chosen to onlei 1 a national musical contest spcnsored by (he Carl Fischer Company following a preliminary at tlic city high school. The euphonium soloist will be accompanied by Marjoi-le Stevens when Die record is made which will be used for the final judging George No Longer Drinks Whiskey While Whlli, sci-ri-ll> Ribbon 'tVciilincnt Him Hate Liquor Made v. ill, M ful . bulu ul ... n tlniiiUril .,( 20 . The i,ri»v. is ^'i.u Kirljy UrutliLTs. Canadian rctiiiers produced 689,000 pounds of refined sut during lay;. CHILL! AND FEVE1 Here's Relief From Malaria! Don'l lot Malaria torture ycl •Don I shiver with chills and btl with fevor. 1 At first sign ol Malaria, in t-roves Tasteless Chill Tonic. 1 real Malaria medicine. Made esil cially for the purpose. Conta'l tasteless qutnidlnc and iro'i I Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic j ually cornbals Malaria inlcctic^ Ihe I'tood. It relievos the trcn< - -. .. .viivvv;:, nil: ULVjC^ chi Is, the burning fever. Helps y] feel better fast. * ausands take Grove's Tasteli Tnnic far Jlfalaria and swcl "?.<';• Pleasant lo take, too. Evl cliilnrcii take it without a whitnn-l Don't shiver and burn. At & 1 anus first sign talce Grove's Tasl ,-., less Chill Tome. / t all drugsloi I id I Buy Ihe large size rs it gives y much more for your money. Mr, nnd Mr.s. Ralph Bern-man secretary treasurer, Pauline Brzwn; and family spent the weekend in reporter, Vclde Johnston. Ciirulhersvllle with relatives nnd' Ji>»i°'': President, Tull Garner; friends. vice president, Marvin Spiinii Wil- scn; .sesrctary treasurer, Ethel Mtie Baker; ser»cant-at-arms, Lawrence Clark; reporter, n. O. wilkins Jr. Munsingwear Gowns and Paja n mas Cold shccls won't Iccc-p y,,,, ,| ()ll l>lt-;l «P when you're wc.'irin-f lh cso •liNGWEAK Twkslitch a n d «an Onvvn.s and 1',-tjamas. Curcfutiy finished with Shmsingwear's -.sierlinjr virtues of mitrvclnus (i( and thuu I" all new shades and designs. . 49 ,9B COW'LETU LINK OF MUi\SIN(;- WEAH GARMKNTS TOIt CIKI,S Mrs. c. C. Lnnyslon, .Mrs. diaries miBBlon Jr., nnd Hr.s. Goromvy Poolx, of Amiiston. Ala., who is spending the Tall months here, iil to Meintihis today lo he with the infant daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wrotcn, who i,\as cai'ricd lo the Memphis Baptist hospital last night. -Mrs. Wrolen -is improving in the Blyth'cville hospital. Mrs. John p. Rclnnilllcr is able lo lie out after having been 111 of bronchitis since 'Thursday. Frank Manyon, cf East St. Louis, lias returned lo Ills home after having attended to business here for several (lays. lie was (he dinner guest, of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ilerry- inan yesterday. Mrs. ,7. O. Prnzicr,' of Little Reck, will arrive Saturday lo spend a few days here with relatives. She will he met in .Memphis ,uy her niece, Mrs. Dick Potter, anil her nephew. Bob Toier. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leon Smilh returned from Kclser this morning where they had licen will) Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. C. L. Nichols, who lias been ill. Another tiiuigh- tcr, Mrs. Boh Chiles, went tliere this morning to he with her for n wee);. Mrs. J. ,\v., Adams and sou will •return Sunday /from Uycrsburg, Tenii., where -lliey -are visiting Mrs. Adtmis' another, Mrs. Clyde DraiiL'. They went over Monday. Mrs. Thrul Niccl is rcstlnu well, ftt the St. Viiiconl's .ho,|)ital in little Fiock -where she underwent. .T uoilcr •oiicraUou yesterday,'inorn- ine. . . Miss Helen Tinilnl, Tvliss Miirv Eliznuctii Boiinn niut Miss Mar\lm Ann tynch are expected lu .ari'ive home tcnight from Paycltc- ville where lliey arc students ;'.t the University of Arkansas. They will spend the weekend with their .parents; Mr. and Mrs. C. Tinclal. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar Bornm mv.1 Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Robert, licrryinnn .spent Ihc weekend in Ciirut-iier.sville yoiug there with Jackie Johnson, Dick Turner and RCRer Lee Stevens, all of that, city, -who liad spent "Friday night, will) him here. ^Saturday, the boys attended the! scout roundup in Cape Cirnrclcau. The Rov. w. J. Spiccr. of Wynne. «ml the Kcv. j. H. Kngg»rd, of Parkin, spent Mrindny •nfghl her-. as the fuie.sUs of aiie Kev. mid Mrs. E. B. Williams anil rurally. T11-V1N. O. <l>r>—Three yoiilli- fu! .prisoner.'! of tin- f.nunty jail j have taken tiji cmliroiticrv. The sheriff displayed several jiieces ot lineiiwork which lie sniil had been completed by his wards. Senior: President, Jessie Tomltn; vice president. Dorothy Pcrnicnter; , J secretary treasurer, Pauline Baker. At The Hospitals KlylliKVlHc Huspila! Mrs. W. C. Kichards, Holland, admitted. Mcnipiiis liaptist Hospital William WnfTord, Cfcceola, admitted. Walls Hospital Mrs. W. C. llannnn, Manila, 'admitted. Mrs. jimmie Sanders, city, admitted. Russell -Sinoot, Mounds, HI, admitted. Franklin Carver, Lcachville, dismissed. J, P. Smoot, Lilbouni, Mo., ad- milted. C. 13. Craig, Steeltv admitted. J. W. Nichols. Coaler, admitted. FAMILY SHOE STORF RED CROSS SHOES As I'icltired in 1'iowii I-lama, li I a c li Llama. '§ Now Ontv ? 6.50 As tiiciiirctl in |{ la c Iv Sttcdc, lil;itk I 1 a lent Trim. Now Only $ 6.50-. W, FAMILY S10E SIC! ol'J W, Main. CLiMAX DAYS TO PENNEY S FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY ! !.! AFTER THE TREMENDOUS Volume of Business We've Enjoyed Durin- October It's Inevitable That We've Accumulated Appreciable Quantities of Broken Lot Numbers and Size Runs . . . We've Segregated This Merchandise and Have Drastically Reduced Prices On It ! 1 ! Check the Bargains Listed Below ! ! ! Children's UNION SUITS Sizes 8s and 10s cnlv! 'Xtvii heavy, bleaclied, collon rib! Reduced to clear at 5--; 3 For .Pi 'Women's::; UNION' SUITS Slcev'cltss, siiort legs! Exceptionally fine (innlily cotlcn rib with rayoii stripe! *•! 3 For 1 «J>1 Ini;)orle<! KID GLOVES 49c We're closing out one group! if you're accustomed to pay- ins up to two dollars for dress gloves, you'll wnnl, several pair at this price; iNlen'.s DRESS SHIRTS These are reduced from our highest price range. They're all light patterns slightly soiled from being Q-I c^ry out on tables <?!.£< Men's • DRESS SHIRTS Solid white! Size 17s! We got overloaded on this siv.a. Kcal bargains, ,f< while they iasl " LIMIT ON THESE ITEMS! DO.VS' UNION SUITS Heavy, bleached cotUm rib! Short sleeves! or Knee length!- iDC Hoys' DRESS SHIRTS Solid wiiili;! :Fs>sl ccloi 'jrint.i! Dccptoncsf You're accu.stuiu- cci lo paying 50c for sliiits like these! Men's HUNTING PANTS and BREECHES $1.50 ll-oz. Cigar color double filled army duck. Inside seat and knee patches or rubberized drill. If you're '.i:cus- lomcci to paying from 3 to •1 dclJar.s for hunting jianl:;, .see thc.se! Mutvs HUNTING COATS 2 only—sizes •« and 52! 11- I oz, cigar color, double tilled I duck! Water repcllant! -Blood | proof game .pockets. By-swing shoulders.'.. $2 Men's SHIRTS One groiiii, sizes li) to '.10; Heavy, double suede-cloth. We're -closing, out these cxlra SIMS t PRICES MAINTAINED UNTIL SOLS! Close On Is! BOYS' SUITS One ;;rr)iip di'dslically rcthn;- cd Irom n much o DO highf-r price!- "»'3O .•IJtl.VH' OVERCOATS Clo:,iii3 on I, one group ».' heavy woolen coal:; nt .this ridiculously low price! Children's RIDING BOOTS $1,44 All leather, pull-on bnofe Sixes tt'.i lo 2 . . . We're closiiii; these out . . . You'll l>e amazed nt the (jirality offered at Ihis low price! Chi III run's BOOTS and SHOES Otic group of c!osc-out.s oi all leather shoes and all lea-1 ihcr pull-on Ijools. Sizes 2-!i. .Better hurry! These OQ,,[ «ill .sell fast! ..OQt| Wos' Arch-Sii|iport SLIPPERS One yroiin of these fine leather, arch-suiiport slippe reduced to clear! If yourl si.'.c is here, you'll tf»l A At gel a real bargain!^ Ir11| FIRST COME - - - - FI8ST Men's Woul DRESS PANTS II you're uccilslomed -lo paying Sl.OO for pants, sec Uiese; There's a few <J>t f"A only—IHUTJ'! ...... <p * .vv Mcn"s RIDING BREECHES Cavnlry t'.vill.s! Double sent Hurt knees! A real <f>| CO bargain; Clf&c-outs <P 1«D" "Men's LACE B.O.OTS $2.44 ' : All leather uppers, insoles .S; counters! Heavy rclan! Son-.c have all leather otitsota - otlicrs heavy comtxwllioii otilsolcs! Close-outs! Men's DRESS OXFORDS • Men! If you're accustomed 'lol (layinc 35.00 for yoiif jhoes.l you'll wnnt :lo pick a coujllcl of pairs .of .these .from -ourl "ClObC-.Outs" . : Floiir Snrk SQUARES Sl-KCIAI, FKATliKK . Bleached, laundrrod nndl nianBlccI! Urady lo use! Buy! on armful at this bar- P gain- price! ............ •Blytlteville, .Atlsaiisas

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