WOE TWO Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. Louis Cherry entertain- jug Mld-Week Bridge cJub. Double Four Bridge .club 'meeting with Mrs. >^ohn Poster. Mrs. J. E.'.it Patterson having Thursday Mrldj;e club, .Thursday AHifrnoon club :neeUng ivlth Mrs, Loub Applebaum. Mrs. Byron Moree entertaining Thursday ' Luncheon club, Mrs. '• J.. W. ; Adams Sr., having Thursday Reck club. Mrs,. Hiram. Wyll? eiilertalntng Ihe Delta Contract club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Muslo department, Woman's club, Meeting : 2:3D o'clock' (it club. Mrs. J. P. Holland entertaining 1-Mday Bridge club. CompllDKhis Visitor mtlrPArfy lost Night Miss Elizabeth Blylhe entertained 20 guests with a bridge party last ulglit ill tho Rusllc Ilm In iioiior.of her sister, Mrs, Ralpli L. Goldstein of Renovo, Pa., who hns been Spending several- weeks here . with her , parente, Mr. and Mrs. VlrgU Greene, and family. Trie' autumnal cclorg of urown and orange used in the nut and candy ctips on'. the table made 'fhankEglvUig seem very near, as illd tueUiirkey'designs, the tallies irnci other taolo' arrangements, Mrs. Clyde Bishop Nicholson received high score prize, perfume, while; cut prize, handmade hanrt- ..kerchieft, went lo- Mrs. Richard Dickinson and low wore prize, novelty •• puffs and.'container, went, to Miss Ann Fisher. After the games were played, tho hostess served n sandwich pinto with iced drinks. • « > * WH1 Study American Men Composers al Club Mrs. C. G. Redman, lender of the program lo bo presented Frl- . day afternoon Rt tho meeting of :lhe.Music Department, of the Wo• man's. club, has announced thai - Hie group will study . "American Men - Composers". The program : bcgms at 2:30 o'clock at, tho club. .A current cveiit discussion of outstanding American musicians >wiil precede the program on which the muslo of such men ns John Printllo -. Bcott, Vincent Youmans, r Harry Tterney nna tho naturalized Amencans, Victor Herbert and • Rudolph Friml, will \te heard. I liuertsiinrj events In their ,wlll also be told. Group singing of American will pi'Ohaoiy conclude the program, Mrs. Redman said, ana she' also inyited anyone who was in-1 (crested Of nlierffi last i. W. Mcciitclien at Ihe Me " Iwipe- nlglit at the church It was announced Uint $5.00 will Complete feu,,.,..will be worked plant an acre cf seedling pl, 10S| out about 11.6 dlniier and an-' Tilth the ))incs donated by thb noticed later planted throughout the country 11,1s ik year. It has been estimated. Mta Cordelia W m, itc «« the Ol(f Hu Through Arkansas," much van, served ni the dining tnblo which hnd n centerpiece of /mil in keeping with the appronch- Ing holiday, Thnntagh-hig. * * • W. M. I'. Circles Mccl The six circles of the W; man's Missionary Union of the Mrst'Bap- (ist clmrrii met yesterday afternoon In Ihe homes of various members for Bible and mission studies and social hcurs. " Mrs. Snm If. Williams was « visitor of Circle One which was entertained nl the home of Mrs. W. W, Watson. Fifteen members heard Mrs. JJ. C, Outlaii- give the devotional and Mrs, Murray Smart teach Hie mission study, Mrs. H. H. Brooks ami Mrs. Keiidull Hci-i-y offered prayers. "G.ing fi Little Piirther as Clivis- llans'' was the subject, of the devotional Inkcn from -fifth chapter of Matthews mid given by Mrs. Walter Bishop »l (he meeting of Circle Two nt the home of Mrs. .-iirsse)! Fan. Mrs. T. 11. Haynos and Mrs. Fun were hostesses. Mrs. M. T. Dun- laiifjlit (lie mission study mid Mrs, Alfred Carpenter and Mrs. Ifiiynes led In prayer. Mrs. Ben Harris.')! Inuglit (ho nilsslon study for Circle Three which met with Mrs. Well lllnck- ni'd. Mrs. n. b. Reeiler and Airs. Leslie Moore led (lie 12 members and one visitor, Mrs. LtiGroimo Whittle, In prayers, Ten members of circle Four Hi- tended (lie meeting at the home of Mrs. E. H. Wo (tson when Mrs, TJieodore Logan ttuiglit (lie mission study. The devotional from (lie 40lh Psalm uas given by Mrs. R. w Woolen. Airs. Wo.dson offered The chiircti was the m-.-l.'n*! a'leriioon" Dlace.for n members of Circle Mr. and Mrs. i. Mrs. C. B. Johnson gnvo the sludy and Miss O rdsl and Mrs, T. R. Shepherd ffered prayers. Mrs, H. I.,, chambers w<w his:- refreshments were served. * « » Kntorlalns Club V ' A yellow nnd while eolor scheme was used in the decorations for the party given yesterday afternoon by Mrs, Carlton Smith Jr.. fo- members of the Tuesday Aftcnioon chib and five guests. Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon, Mrs James Terry, Mrs. J. w. Adams Jr., Mrs, R. A, Nelson and Mrs vr. M. Koblnson, tf si, Louis, linuscgucsl of Mrs. A. M. Butt, were .the others present besides Hie members. Yellow chrysanthemums were arranged about ihc enlcTtamlng rooms, while the yellow and white colors were predaninant In the Thanksglvfng tulife.s, the. gift packages and the dessert course served after (lie games. Mre. Relikert Welenkiurip was fgJi and Mrs. Meyer Qrabcr second high among the club members The guest prize went to Mrs. Hob- In.son. BLYTHEVLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS turncd to Memphis for e. t&x ddyt'' treatment. . < • .iturray Thompson has return^ home from FWelleville where he lias been attending the. university of, Arkansas, fh.'s. year v Mrs. JoesS. 'Dillnnimty went lo Memphis today to spend the remainder cf the week wllh her daughter, Miss Marv Kilhrvi. "-In is attending Drailghon's Business college there. . Mrs. Flnley Cnrtwrighl, of Osccola, and her liouseguests, Mrs. Junnlta McAulelff and BOH, WII- llnm Martin, of.fit. Uwis, spent yesterday here wllh Mrs, McAuleift's aunt, Mrs. Virgil Oveenc. Bit* of Newi Moitly Pcrioiuli Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Kelsey nnd dMighlcr, Betty Lin, will spend the weekend. In Co]llei;vl]le, and Memphis >Uicre Mr. Kclscy will attend to business. Mrs. J. R. Qiuy und Mrs. N. O. Coleman and children, of Memphis, cainc yesterday afternoon f;r a visit with Miss Kathleen Wll- liams. They p.in to return this ,° f Circle , si:< = ft the mK«»' t *"* F " lm "\ n * f M "' offered prayer. i s ijo 5 le« i n n,,h ' S C MOW? A wi,»» „ i. s> •"OJtl.A.-Wmte was h (o mcmterS . of , lic Tuesdn chlb nnd lwo &' Kts ' Mrs - Clarksdalc; Miss., sloped here H-t ' or.ef visit with frlento They sere entoule to ta i. .; : ; " : ': i : i.' :•• turned from Tupelo, Miss., where she and Mr, Blckcrstaff were'called Sunday nfternopi) because of the critical illness of Mr. Blckerifaff's brother, A. it. Bickerstriff. Mr Blckerslnlf remained In Tupelo with his brother whose condition U nil- changed. Mrs, p. J, DeWoocly, of Little Rock, relumed to her home yesterday after having visited here since Saturday. Siic was the guest, ol her brUher, Husscll Hnrhani, ajitl Mrs BnrhBrti, who with Mrs. J. Civil Lowe, motored her ns fur as Mem- phi B yest entity. ' Mrs. Floyd A. While is In Memphis today for Ihe Erti Leqallienne show at the Ellis auditorium having accompanied Mrs, Hurry W Halne.s and Mrs. Elton Wi'Kirby.' Mrs. A. Conwny, Mr«. C. W Af- illck, Mrs. A. O. Lilllc and Mis J. A, Leech are. Sn Memphis today for ihc performance of Eva Le- GalllemiG In two v of Ibsen'.s shows They will see "Hwld/i Oablcr" jhls afteriKon and "The Master Builder" tonight, ut Ihe auditorium. Mrs. Paul U Tlpion is Bpendiiig a few days In St. Louis, she went up with Mrs. Charles G. Ross and Mrs. J. L. James, of Caruthera- vllle, Mrs, A. M. Moody and Mis Henry Norton, of Dyer.5biir|f, and Mis. Arthur McDanlels, of Scn«th. All of tlie group except, Mrs. Moody are sisters of Dr. Tlptoii and came hnre 'iMp-sday' rilgla to «pend,"'ihc iiiBht, Mrs. Moody,Is a conslii. Harry Pattoii, of GreenwooVi, Miss., allciidcil U> business here yesterday. ...:.• Mi-s. Ralph . L. Goldstein nnd iliuighter, Elaine, of Rehovo, p«., noiiscgucsts of Mr. nlid Mrs Virgil Clrcene, ami .Miss Evelyn Blvlhc spent, yesterday, in Memphis '' •' Mrs. V. O. Holland, wlr, Mj'eiil the weekend here a tier havhi» undergone an operation a.t the Memphis Methodist hospital, has re- // Osceola Society — Personal .Mi>, Itluckwood Ke-elccted Mrs. mvlght H. Blackwootl was re-elected president of Ihe Woman's Missionary Union of tho Baptist Church for the third consecutive year at the November business meeting. Others elected lo serve with Mrs. Blackwood for 1 the year 1940 arc Mrs. Ids. Tucker, fl'rst vice- president; wllh the duties of enlistment chairman; Mrs. I. S. Bur- Ion, .second vice-president who will t serve as program chairman for) j the twelve monthly, meetings ana i three seasons of prayer programs; Mrs. Harold B. TUlman, third vice-president who.will direct tho work of the young people's auxiliaries; Mrs. D. A. Slier,'treasurer; Mrs. E, P. Tompklns, secretary. Chairman of standing co7rtmlt- Iccs lor thq 1 year : are: Mission 'v. Mrs. -R. H- Jones; personal - Mr?; Join:.. Andrew -Ed-' ....„...., ctcwnrdshlp, Mr.?. Otto D.ivejiport; literature and subscription.^ Mrs. Hale Jackson;..hospital, Mrs.'A... P. Glascoe; training ichoo!, Mix. .Frank Williams; orphans heron, Mrs. 1 Cleni Boweh; custodian, Mrs, Ada Butler; Plantel, Mrs, Gil-' bcrl Mastln. , Cli-'le chairmen and their viea- clwlrmeh aro Circle one, Mrs. E. R. Reid, Mrs. C. A. Strange; Circle two, Mrs, Searcy Wears, Mrs. William Stewart;, circle three, Mrs. Jcttie Driver, Mrs. J. T nhoads; Circle four, Mrs. W. P. Hale, Mrs. Prniik Jordan. •' ."•"•' The 'iMhlmttng commlltee was composed of Mrs. J. T. Rhoads, chairman, Mrs. w. P.' Hale and Mrs. I. S. Burton, One hundred and twenty Guide Books for !9<0,, which also serve as year books, were ordered for ho society. Mrs.- Ida Tucker, enlistment chairman, reported four nciv members for October. .They were, Mrs. James Banders, Mrs. M. L- Mayo, Mrs. Pavld Travis, and Mrs. Bryan Rogers, ranking a to- la) membership O f one hundred nml twelve. Mrs. A. P. Glascoe re- IJorteti tivcnty-nvc pieces of linen nnd twenty-six quarts of canned food wnt. to the Baptist hospital In Lltlle Hock. Mrs. I. 6. Burton stated that a largo box cf clothing had been Gent fo the Orphans Home in Mom:ic;:d. ^included in t]i e 'report of the chairman were thirty. ipllons to the Arkansas . st, official state paper thirty subscriptions to (he Royal Service Magazine, monthly missionary magazine of the Sculhern W.M.U.; fifteen subscriptions to The Commission, foreign mission Journal of Southern Baptists, and twenty subscriptions to Home Missions home mission' journal cf wrfilf 1 !' ftVe subscriptions lo worm comrade*, magazine for the young people's auxiliaries. ihe society Has maintained the record of a standard A-'l organization for Die j, ast flvc ycars MasonsTvJiTMeet At Lodge Hall Tonight 'Hie Chickasawbn Ixidge No. 134 !„, i i"! cct ln ' s ' )Ci:lal c -ill meetiiiif ___WJ5DNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1939 feiTlne a Fellowcraft degree, it wao announced today. Visiting Masons are Invited to allend, Nelll Reed, Wurshlpful Master, said, Head Courier News \vant ads. CAUGHT COLD? Got direct relief from , wllh 'clinic-tested D -IJ I I '// \v/ T Duild-Up : Way To Relieve Women's P s, W. A. Bicitcrstaif has re- Many weak, run-down women arc n n vicious circle. 7helr . undef- ouibhment often leads to what is ? ;d furc'knal rtysmenorrhca and simptoms — headaches, . nei-v• "i;u6 ( • Instability,. intermittent .•is ni:.-]lit pains—from which many' om.n sufTer.'Surest way-to break ihe vicious circle Is by ' an strength and. eherey, which to many nnd may be done with the help of-.CARDUI. It 'stimulates appetite, aids digestion, mid thus ::elj:s In this "buiid-iip" of physical resistance. Women also report iiat, If taken just before and-dur- nj "the. time,". CARDU1 lessens ne pain imd discomfort of the .eriod. fBlTZl WED. & THUR. Paramount News & Corned ROXY Matinees—ICc lo Everybody Night—lOo & 20c WED. - THUR. SHOULD HUSBANDS WORK with James & Lucille . (Jleasou Also Cnmcdy' : LISTEN TO KLCN 11:00 a.m. —12:45 p.m. —4;30 p.m. „. rnono Rllz Phone Boxy 333 guests. Mrs scheme, Mrs. Wh her yellow color I yellow _.- Jaldwell. The hostess served a snlacl plnlc nf(6r the games in v.hlch Mrs. Williams received the guest pris^ a .Vfrs. 'Doyle '.Henderson' was ' rb Thanksgiving mollf. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs was high scorer and Mrs, Koontz, second high. Are Guests of flul, churcn Nov. 30 from 11 , ml !l one clok wcre martc nt n meetliig of J. C. Ellis yesterday afternoon wneu she entertained members of the 'tucjday Concrsct duo with n party ••it her home. . Bridge games were played according to the rules < I (lie Major Homo Amateur Hour tallies which were used. Floral background for the'un-! lisun.l party v.as formed by chrysanthemums and Texas blue hells. I Mrs. A. G. Hall was high and Mrs. W. W. Shaver, second high among the club members, while UK I Kuest prize went to Mrs. Dickinson. 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