kins. M. Jontz, A. C. Haley, M. 'G. (4JK.) COUltlEE NEWS Socjw Gdeadar • • WEDNESDAY'S. EVENTS l+tits Bible study of Church of wil " TJe^toc vlih Mrs. O. b. ... J;* pk. ' • THURSDAY'S ETENTS U. D. 0. uieetlnj with Mrs. T. O. Seal, 2:50 p.m. . Mrs. J. A. Leech having Thursday Luncheon club, 1 P.' M. Young Matrons Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Dixie Crawford, 2:30 .P. U. Dance at Country club, 10 P. fJ. Yarbro Missionary society meeting with Mrs. Joe Thompson. Executive board of the Junior High P. T. A. meeting at the Junior High building Thursday afternoon at 3:30 P. M. Cfcrirt Amba«a4w» Meet. ; The Christ Ambassadors of the Assembly of God church met Sunday evening. The service was opened by prayer and slngin the Christ Ambassador song. The class discussed Luke 14, 15 and 16, led by Miss Lois Aikcn. For next Sunday evening the class will study the next three chapters of the Boot ot Luke. : The yotnj people reported visiting the sick and »' Jail service. All yount people are cordially Invited to thfe service. • • * !T*» Goodrich. Emma Burney, Cooley' and Chalks Alford. l'4ul Given far PresiyUrUh Graduates. Oradualts ot the Blythcvlllc High school class of 1934, who arc affiliated wlll^the First Presbyterian church, were given ft banquet by the Woman's auxiliary Friday evening. x The 25 guests were served a four-course banquet at a (able decorated In red und white, Die school colors. Red verbenas und clematis formed the centerpiece and lavcndfir flox was used In floor baskets to beautify the soclul room. The favors were miniature wardrobe (ranks flikd with candles and small which autograph books graduate wrote. The Rev. Stuart H. Salmon was toastmaMcr and Byron Morse, prcs- —.. *,*,»,*,. *..* ^i>ivc ,«o 1<Je »< of 'he cla.^, responded to Oic opened by prayer and singing of| toa5t of welcome. Mrs. Paul'L. the Christ Ambassador song. 'P' 011 £nn B 1*0 selections and CUW : Weekly Farties. After a summer devoid of bridge parties two of the clubs will re- nirne their weekly parlies this .week. The Thursday Luncheon dub, which has lunch and a bridge fame each week, will be entertained br Mrs. j. A. Leech -tin. . Dixie Crawford will ehter- ,tain the Young Matrons ejub, which lias an a Re i boon bridge game each Tuesday atter- poon, on Thursday afternoon this •week, but in the future the af- !aijs will be on Tuesday. BiBSatu Wtmen Take «j» Stwly Of Cham. ."Charrh,". a.course to be studied by members ol the Business and Proleraiooil Women's club this Winter, was started in the regular meeting last evening at the Hole Noble. Mrs. Garland Morgan is . . Ptaas were also made for Tag Day Saturday for the benefit of the BlyttKv'llle Band. , MfttMdMa Hate A frtfttf,, Serial Meeiini. .The 33 women who attended tl meeting bt the Woman's Missionary .. »efcty of the First Method!; eljureh .Monday afternoon, at the covet, included two guests, Mrs Ato :Webb,' of Wright City, Mo ..with Mrs. Charles Attord and Mrs :G. H. Grear, and Mrs. M. H Hale, of camdin, Ark, with Mrs N.-B. .Menard. i'Mrs. O. N. Hawkins gave th oeroqonal. A playlet on corn jnunlty .work was portrayed b -Mmes. Charts L. Wylle M O Goodwin,. Hiram Wylie, Wyatt Henley and Charles Alford. Mrs. CriU spoke oh "Rural Study As a Field OJ Opportunity". Sandwiches and coflee were served:. By the. hostesses. Mmes. Haw- 3ctty Jane Easlcy gave n reading. Bits oJ Netcs Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. William A. Long are now at home in Uic Mahan Tpartmcnt on .West, Walnut St. Jeforc her recent marriage Mrs. Long wos Miss Anna Mae Jones. Miss VeWa Adcock, Mrs. J. R. Stcadman and G. D. Coimtcr went o Charleston. Ark., today for the funeral of Mrs. T. W. Actcock, eaclicr In the New York schools, which will be held Thursday. Mrs. Adcock was a sister-in-law of Mrs. W. M. Adcock, who formerly resided here. C. W. Ferryman, of Cleveland, O., C. B. Perrynian, of Sparta, 111., and Dr. Perry, of Stircveporf, spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crow, en route to Slireve- port. La., where they will visit C. W. Ferryman's mother, Mrs. M. H. Ferryman. Mrs. Crow is her daughter. Miss Almerfa Hallman is n patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Sheldon Hall, who was stricken ill Saturday morning and removed to the Memphis Baptist hospital Ihat-nighl, is better today. His mo- tbW'Mrs. 1 c. Ii. Hall, is vllh him Mrs. R. W. Ingersoll, of Memphis, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hall for several weeks, plans to return home is her tlslcr. Jess fUmby has gone !o Cupc Olrardcau, Mo., where he will attend Soutlicist Missouri Teachers college. Miss Loulso l.utlrell-has gone to Memphis where she will attend Central High school. She will makK her home with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McAfee at 1210 Vinton Avenue. Mrs. John T. Love Is much bel- ter after having burned her hand severely Saturday while (.coxing. Marriage o! Robert McNaU to Ruth Allen Announced HAYTl, Mo.—Announcement has been made of the mariinye of Miss Ruth Allen of Donlphan, Mo., to Robert Donald McNall, of this city, which took place In' Cairo, III., May IB, 1834. Mrs. McNall is tin- (laughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. c. Allen of Donl- phan. She ki a former teacher In the Donlplian school and was educated at William Woods college at Fulton, She also attended a denominational school at Newton, Kansas, and Southeast Missouri Teactors college, at Cajw Qirnrdeau. Mr. McNnll Ls thi! son of Mr and Mrs. T. A. McNall. He re- celved his education In the loca schools and at the State Schoo ol Mtixs, at Rolla, Mo. They will make their home u Springfield, Mo., where Mr.,McNal has been transferred by the state highway commission. rirdeau Sunday, where they will attend State .Ttachtrt' college this MlM Myrtle Barnu, of Por- Ugtvlllc, U the gutst.ot htr si*. ter Mrs. J. W. Workman, and Mr. Workman, thfs week. W._A, and Waller Mooney spent l»s'. week end In Roseland, Ark., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. TUESDAY, • SEPTEMBER 11, 1984 vlval meeting at the Methodist n.—.:..J I J i church to Cooter. . "OHUSed Ufld League " Re*mae$ Its Meetings St^ele-Cooter Society — Personal Austin. E. W. McCann, who was in- Mrs. Walter Hamelbuk wu the nest of honor at a bridal alien- i 1 given by friends at the home l her mother, Mrs. Martha Brooks t Cooler Saturday evening. Mrs. iamelbeck, the former Ethel Biooks, Is here visiting-her moth- r before moving to Braggadocio. Irs. Dun Hicks and Mrs. Muni George, of Shreveport, La., house ueste of Mrs. Brooks, were among he guests. Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Cooper and son, L. E. jr., and Paul Wright pent Saturday in Memphis where liey attended thi fair. Howard Fender had as his guest ast week Melvln Hatcher, of im- KJden, Ark. Howard left Friday or Columbia to enroll in Missouri University. Miss Bell McDanlel Is visiting relatives at Pontotoc, Miss., dur- ng the vacation. Jured In a car wreck August 2, and lias been in the Methodist hospital, will return to the hospital this week after spending R few days at home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Southern mve returned after a visit will relatives at Savannah, Term. Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Filppo and daughter, Darlene, are euests ol Mr. and Mrs. John Rushing at La- cado, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Ashcraft and sons left Sunday for their home at La Valle after a month's visit here with relatives. John Tucker took them home. Mi. and Mrs. Lowell Kirkscy, of Micola. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McAdains Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Davis and children are vkltiug relatives at Mountain View, Mo. Miss Joy Van Ambergh Is visiting her parents at JacXson, Mo. Mrs. Ira Baker, of Dyersburg, Teun., Is guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mis* Ruby Kearney will leave this week for her-home at' Fullerton/.N. C., after a vitit »lth Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wsgster. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pender have returned to their home at 'St. Louis after a visit here with'his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pj-E. Pen- -"•r. . '••'•; Mr. and Mrs. R. • C. Steele • sr., and daughter, Louise, Mrs. R.' c. Steelc Jr. and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, are at Ozark, Ark.,' at the bedside of the father of Mrs. Steele, who Is seriously. 111. Bryant R. Rich, of Hot Springs, Is here attending to business • for the Qonlphan Land company. Miss Mollle Lee Bates of Ca- ruthersvllle, spent last week end here as guest of Miss Eunice. Guthrie. . Burie' Lowery and Lee Yenisei 1 eft Sunday to attend State Teachers' college at Cape Girardeau. The Rev. Bridges, of Cape Girardeau, preached at the Cooler Baptist church Sunday. The Epworlh Leagi/; of Promised Land, which resumed its regular meetings September 2, Is show- ng "a good'Increase liv membership/ . '. At- Ihu second meeting ifils inon- :h, held September 9, the president, Emma Dick.-.Moore, .led an interesting prggram on "Tlie Power ., Harry Talkington. Mrs. J. A. . of Mississippi is Blackwater News Mr. and Mrs. .1. B. Cunnlnghan and their invalid daughter, Ftor ence, and Mr. and Mrs. Aubre Bradford, and children, of Mill town moved to this commuuit Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hcnderso and Mrs. Holltns. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cunningham and Mr. uticl Mrs. Aubrey Bradford Thursday. Mr. ami Mrs. Rollins, Mr. and Mrs. HoberL Henderson, and children, and J. B. Cunningham vls- Ketl friends nnd relalives at Walnut Ridge Sunday. Mrs. Aubrey Bradford Is ill nnrt under Irealntenl of a Manila physician. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Conster and children visited Mr. a;id Mrs. Aubrey Bradford and Mrs J. B. Cunningham and family Sunday. Read Courier News Want Ada, Ernest Alexander of Kennett.- Mrs. Lula Dean Ls spending two weeks In Memphis with her son and wile, Mr. ancf Mrs. Alfred Taylor. Mrs. Sophia Wall and daughter Ruth, of Dell, Ark., vlsiled Irlends here Wednesday and Thursday Mrs. E. E. HuschiOner ana daughter, Theata Jo, and MUs Louise Copeland, have returned to their home at Fort Worth, Texas, after- a two weeks visit wICli the latter's parents in Cooler. Little Lee Roy Nichols Is real- Ing well at. the Blythevlll* hospital from Injuries sustained Ii a car accident lost Wednesday. ! Ruban Jones, of Casa, Aik., is visiting relatives here. Jam.es L. Burton las gone to Blyttievllle to attend school, where lie plans to play football. Miss Madge Oarlock has retuin- cd to Chicago, III., after a few- days spent here in looking after her farm interests. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith had as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith, of Coo- amlly. Miss Buetta German has gone o Jonesboro to attend A. and M. college. The Rev. Herman Burkette, of Sharon, Tenn., Is conducting a rc- Hospital Notes Admitted to Die Blythevllle hospital: Mrs. J. B. Brlsendine, Route 2, city; Ernest Harlan, Manila Mrs. Floyd Alford, Route 2, city: Mrs James Hill, city. Dismissed: Grady Lee MarUiam. Carson Lake. WANTED PARTNER with small capital to open a good business. Ste Mr Choate, 914 Beam St. 666 IJquid, Tablet*, Smlw, N«e Drops Checks Malaria In 3 days, Colds Brst day, Headache* «r NrnraljU in 3* minutes. Fine Laxative and Tonic Most Speedy Remedies Known of a Purposed Floyd r Willi;ims discussed "What Kind of a Purpose and'thsre was a talk by the spon ter. Attorney Roy Harper accompanied his sister, Miss Ruth, and Miss. 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