PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE, (AHK.) COURIER NEWS Social Cakndar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. M. A. Isaa'cs entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. Mrs. Carltou Smith Jr., having Tuesday Afternoon club. City Contract club meeting with Mrs. L; L. Hubener. Mrs. John C. McHancy entertaining Tuesday contract club. Tuesday club meeting with Mrs. W. D. McCrurkin. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS ' Mrs. Harry Kirby entcrlnhuiiR Wednesday Bridge club. •Town and Country club meeting with Mrs. C. C. langston. Mrs. William Young having ADC Bridge club. Double Pour Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Tert King. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Cape Girarcleau Girl Wed To Robed Tolcr Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Priest of C:\pc Girardcau, Mo., ol the mnrriage of their daughter, Miss D:rothy Priest, and Robert, C. Toler, of this city. The wedding was solemnized Tuesday, Oct. 10, in Bcnton, Mo. Mrs. Tolcr was graduated from the Central high school in uupt Gfrardeau and later attended the Southeast Missouri State Teachers college there, after having also iu the course of her high swiool career, spent a year at the Sacred Heart Academy In Detroit.. She was a /member ol the Black Musk dramatic cluu in college. At the Jaokssa, Mo,, homecoming ;celebriuion in 1336, she represented Cape Qlrardeau as beauty queen. The bride, wh;- has visited here with Mr. Tolcr's family, was employed test yenr in the office of the Secretary of State at Jefferson City, Mo. Mr Tolei is the son oj Pargo C. Tolcr and the late Mrs. TJer. lie was graduated from the Jonesboro high school and received his degree from Arkansas Stfltc college at Jonesboro. He mccle his headquarters here with his family while he was emplcyed as a salesman witn the Arkansas Grocer Company, but recently has been working as representative for the Tennyson Brothers Steel Corporation put ol Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Toler will cirae here Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving and the remainder of the week with Mr. Toler's father nM his sister," Mrs. Dick Potter, and Mr. Potter. ... ... Mrs. Toler will remain with her parents until after the first of the year when they will make home in Poplar Blulf. tlieiv lias Parly for Clul) Mrs. Rodney L. Banister . ga've a Ashabranner, canning; Mrs. W. H. Payne, clothing; Mrs. Austin, food and nutrition; Mrs. Wallace, home management; Mrs. Ida Trainmen, poultry; Mrs. Vela development; Mrs. Duncan, child Ollie Douglas, recreation; Mrs. Ethel Mason, Mrs. Ucdford, government and taxation. The meeting was opened with the is in tho Baptist, hospital there. Doxtlogy and the poem for the Mrs, George, who underwent a month read by Mrs. Oilie Douglas, major cperalion a few weeks npo, The devotional was read by Pauline will undergo another one tomorrow. Mr. mid Mrs. W. A Hatchllt and son, Billy, n nd daughter. Stone. Plans were made for a Christmas party to which all membars and their husbands arc invited. It "He always said, 'Stick with me, kid, and you'll wear diamonds.' " "So—alic's stuck with him and the diamonds arc paste." Gcorgiann, of Vincenncs, Ind., • he a supper Dec. 12 at the Ekron came, last Wednesday to spend I school house at 7:30 o'clock other their Thanksgiving holiday here ' wllh Mrs. irntchftt's parctils, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wheeler. Mr.' Hatchllt has returned home, but Mrs. Holchltl and children will rc- mnln for a week's visit here. He will return for them this Saturday. Rodney b. Banister spent yesterday aflern'.on in Kcmiett with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J W. Banister. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest West mill daughter, Joan, of Canaloii, Mo., spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harrison. They were accompanied home by Miss Elolse Parks and Miss Elizabeth Harrison for n few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Jaiurs will upend Ihe Thanksgiving holidays In Jcne.slioro with their parents. They will go to Forrest city Wednesday for the Forrest raty-Blythevillc football game and go on to Joncs- boro from there. Mrs. S. S. Strcnbcrg went to Memphis Saturday where she took a plane lo Dallas, Tex., for the "open house" yiven by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mayer Sunday afternoon at which the engagement of Miss Miriam Louise Mayer to Har- rltl Stcrnbcrg was formerly an- guests will ba Miss Cora i,ee Coleman, county home demonstration agent; D. S. Lantrlp, county agriculture agent; and the Hev. Harold Thompson, pastor of the Ekron church, and Mrs. Thompson. Plans for programs for next year were made. The group will meet in homes during the winter months. • The hostess served n combination salad and dessert plate with ) r i chocolate. Mrs. A'ihabranner will be the hostess next month. One of Jupiter's nine moons ts about, 20,000,000 miles from (he planet and requires about two years for one complete revolution. Band Directors Will Meet Here Saturday- Band directors from 15 towns will attend tho meeting of the Northeast Arkansas Band dircckrs to be held here Saturday, Dec. 2, at the Hotel Noble, Charles Morehend, local band director, snid today. Final preparations for' the band clinic to-be lichl at Arkansas State college In Joiteshor,: Friday, Dec. 8, will be made at this time, The band clinic will play and study all of the numbers on the national contest list Tor class H, C and D bands. The contest and festival will I MONDAY, NOVEMBER^?, W be held noxt spring in Para I The clinic band will be con of two to ten of the outstc , members of each of the f making a 00 piece baud. Reji tatlves of the Blytheville bant been asked to prepare Joh "Hero Overture" for 'the clir Constipate '' l occasional conj e, headaches and luq Kirby. Bros. Drug Co. aj Robinson's Drug Co. Bits of News Mostly Pertoiudi go to Paragould Thursday to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Shane's brother, G. W. Bush, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morehead will go to Forrest City Wednesday lor the Forrest Clly-Blythevillc football game. They will be the guests of Mrs. Morehead's parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. T. H. Lloyd, Wednesday night before going to Conway to visit Mr. Morehcad's parents, the Rev. nnd Mrs. Morc- W. H. Glover is resting well following n major operation performed Saturday morning at the Bly- thevilfe hospital. Miss Lola Nason. who had an T. H. VanBibber Jr., is improv- nttack of appendicitis Friday, lins been removed to the BlythcviJle hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Russell King nnd son, Russt'i! Jr., of Memphis, spent yesterday here .with Mr. nnd Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. King is a sister of Mr. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes and , Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech attended the University of'Missis-' sippi - Mississippi .' Stale football game In Oxford Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Duncan, who eld nounced. She will spend a few cinys there as the guest, of Mr. and Mrs. Mayer. Mrs. 15, E'. Stanley accompanied her to Memphis. Demonstration Club News Notes party Saturday afternoon for mem-1 lll!vc been visiting for the past, bcrs of : the Delta Contract, club and four guests, Mrs. Joe G. Trieschman, Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Mrs. Hugh Hfirbert and Mrs. E, B. Woocl- s:n. Bouquets of mixed chrysanthemums decorated the centers of the dining tables while yellow mid white chrysanthemums grown ' by Mr. Banister were arranged about the living and sun rooms. High score prize among the club members went lo Mrs. Lty Welch six weeks In Dexter, Mo,, have returned home. Terry Jr., who attends E. and among the guests, to Mrs. Tricschmann. * * * Bachelors Clu'u to Flan Holiday Dance Members of the Bachelors club will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Hotel Ncble lo make plans for the dance which they will sponsor during the Christmas .holidays. Tne dance is an annual affair given by this group of 40 young bachelors. Tonight, they will set the date and decide upon an orchestra for the Christmas parly. * * * Thanksgiving Dinner Is Given For Family Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby. had their Thanksgiving dinner at their home Sunday when, members of their family from Paragould came over to be with them. Guests were Mrs. Kirby's mother, Mrs. J. E. Wilbourn, and three! toothers. W. C.. J. E. Jr., nnd F.j B.. Wilbourn, all of Paragould, and] Mr Kirby's mother, Mrs. J. R. Kirby. The Wilboums relumed homo this morning, but Mrs. J. R. Kirby went on to Nashville for n visit with her granddaughter, Mrs. William Crudup. Mrs. Elton W. Kirby motored her. as far as Memphis. Read Courier Hews ttftnr, ads. Hendrix . college at Conway. spent the week end here with his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M. Terry Sr,. and family. iUr. and Mrs. Waiter Roscnlhal .'111 go to Nashville, Tenn,, for the Vanderbiil-Unlvcrslty of Ala- b.imn football game Thursday. They will be joined by their sen, Harold, who Is a student at the University nt Tiiscaloosa. P. C. Meyer spent the week end with his parents in Bcnton. III. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Short, of Cnrulhctsvilte, spent yesterday here with Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Johnson and other friends and relatives. B. A. Lynch will go lo Little Rock tomorrow to attend a meeting of the state banking board. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane and (laughter, Miss Patty Shane, will ing at the Memphis Baptist hospital where he was taken Saturday, it is expected that he will be able to come home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. W^ L. Hcrner and Miss Nannie Clark Smith will go .0 Wlieatlcy this week lo spend the Thanksgiving holidays wilh Mrs. Homer and Miss .Smith parents, Mr. and Mrs. H:iK. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. ffollaiid have moved into Ihe home at 1101 West Mala street which they recently purchased. They formerly resided at 132'! West Hcarn street. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Saliua, Miss Edith George, Miss Selma Saliba and M.- George spent yesterday Elcrt Officers Mrs. O. It. Redford was reelected president of ihc- Ekron Homo Dcm- onstrathn club Tuesday afternoon when 19 members of the group met at the home of Mrs. Lela Austin. Other officers chosen were: Mrs. Austin, vice president; Mrs. Ida Trammel!, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Grace WyaU, reporter. The following chaimen were appointed by the president: Mrs. C. J. Ivy, yard improvement; Mrs. Grace Wyalt, gardening; Mis Memphis Mrs. George, who ARE YOU WORN-OUT? Jl 1 ' you Cccl nervous, weak anil \vorn-oul, au excellent tonic to take is Dr. Pierce's Kavoritc Prescription. It stimulates the appetite and increases the flow of gastric juice, ;•£;• atid so aids digestion of food. Thus II hclris suwlr Ilit body wilh strength ami energy anil it .nils in c.ilmi»£ liic nerves. Mrs. J. C. Cotton, inn Mono*- Ayr., Waco. Tc.v.vs. says : "Wlim 1 ],jcl no ajipc- lilc ar.:! 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