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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. 0. P. Tucker arid Mrs. Hiram Wylle having luncheon at Hotel Noble for Daughters of the American Colonists. Delphian Fine Arts group meeting 9:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Mrs. Don Smith having Tuesday Afternoon club. Tuesday, duo meeting with Mrs. Riley B. Jones. Miss Margaret Shaver enterlaln- ing her bridge club. Tuesday O.ntract meeting with Mrs. V, O. Miller, • . • Mrs. L. S. • Bentsli having City Contract club, WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. EC- Williams entertaining El-Monthly Luncheon club, one o'clock. Ladies' Aid of Templs Israel i meeting eight o'clock with Mrs. ILe j Miller, [ Mrs. L. E. Old entertaining Wcd- j nesday Bridge club. ' Miss Mary Virginia Cutler having i Ihe Abo Bridge club, < Town and Country club meeting j with Mrs. C. Modlngcr. j Sudbury Parent Teacher assocln- ', lion meeting three o'clock at scho.l j preceded by executive board meet' Ing fit 2:30 o'clock. | THURSDAY'S EVENTS 5 . Mrs, J. A. Saliba entertaining j Prosperity club, j Delta Contract club meeting with -Mrs. Russell Fair, Club 28 meeting at Woman's club for spaghetti supper, i Mrs. C. W. Afllick entertaining i Thursday Luncheon club, ? Mrs. A. Conway Having Mid-Week Bridge club. Thursday Afternoon club meeting with Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr. Mrs. Rajmond Schmiick having Thursday Bridge club. D.ublc Pour club meeting will: Mrs. w. S. Lflngdon. Mrs. G. E. Keck entertaining Thursday Contract club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. D. McClurkin entertaining Friday Bridge club. SATURDAYS'S EVENTS American Association of Univer sity Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. ; Three Parties On '( Calendar This Week 1 ; .Two bridge luncheons and om !! afternoon bridge party, all Impor 1 tant social affairs of the wlntc i;'seas:n, will be given this week. One of the largest affairs will bi a luncheon at the Hotel Noble Frl 'day afternoon when Mrs. Edga Borum, Mrs. G. E. Keck, Mrs. G. a Caudlll and Mrs. O. W. McCutchei will be hostesses to approximate! ICO guests. Mrs. W. C, Higglnson, Mrs. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. Max B. Reid wil entertain with parties b:lh Wednes day and Thursday. Twenty foti guests will play bridge at the Rcli home • Wednesday afternoon an the same number will be guests fo luncheon and bridge .there the lol : lowing day. These same hostesse recently had the first of this serf of affairs. * • * i Club Meets Members' of the Royal Neighbor organization will meet tonight a 7:30 o'clock at the home cf Mrs John Foster, It was announced to day. This will be the annual busines. meeting at which officers for th new year will be elected. * * * • To Entertain Clnb 28 Mr,; and Mrs. Roscoe Craflon Mr. and Mrs. Jessee stilt and M and Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr. wl entertain members o[ Club 28 wll a spaghetti supper at the Woman club Thursday night. Demonstration Glub News Notes Officers Are Installed. Mrs. W. L. Smith was installc as president of the Armorcl Hon Demonstration club at a luncheo meeting Tuesday afternoon at th home of Mrs. Robert Downs. Twen ty-fcur members and six visit o were present. Other officers Installed wer Mrs. D. R. darner, vice prcstden Mrs. R. L. Adkkson, reporter; Mi- James Bell,, secretary-treasurer. After lunch, Mrs. Smith gave reading, "Dollar Day Bargains Mrs. F. S. King'was In charge the devotional. . Miss Cora Lt Coleman, county home demonstr lion agent, spoke briefly to tr group and installed • the officers, Mrs. Taft Metzger directed 'tl ii $ contests in which Mrs. Smllh l FLAPPER FANNY -CCPR. WJflBt KUS[RYia,l*C. T. M. ficc U. 5. PU.Orr. By Sylvia Biti of Ncwi Moidy Ptnooal* Eula ftutledge and Mrs, PresMn Batcher, of Joncsboro, were the guests of Mrs. Frank Webb here yesterday. C. J. Crane has gone lo Rlplcy, Tenn., lo make hit home. His daughter, Mrs. Louise Crane Hller, formerly of hero, has been there several months. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham spent the weekend in Little R- ck and Diirdanclle where Mr. Cunningham attended (o business. MONDAY, DECEMBER <i, Recent Bride Mrs. E. L. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Former England spent the week end In Murray, Ky, with Mrs. Jones' sister, Mrs. D. K. Butterworth. They were accompanied by Stanflll Cutchln, who visited relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chiles and Wilson Society—Personal Dance Honoring Miss Farrcll I Mrs, J. A. Merrill was hostess to son, Bobby, and Miss Louise Dobyns ftl)om r ' n , jr c^P'w of tlle and Hugh Hudson visited Mr. and sel °' ™ lls °" ""<* " can) *' I v - th n ! n. Russell Charles In Memphis <l«"ce »t the Wilson clubhouse; st/irrinu • I honoring her niece, Miss Ann Fary ' '--•• - '-•— -—-' The club-! "The lucky brat! Imagine—gcllin' excused from school early every afternoon becruisc she hasln go lo the donUst." Caruthersvilie Club To Hold Charter Night ——~- [ CARUTHERSVILLiE, Mo., Dec. .—John White, general chairman n charier Night arrangements, nnounced loriay llinl rcpresenla- ives from Kiwanls clubs in three tales and eleven towns were ex- icclcd to be present Tuesday light, Dec. 0, when the newly ormcd Carutheisvllle Kiwanis lub has its charter night Icsllvl- ies. Representatives have been lulled from Slkeston, Charleston, 'oplnr Bluff, Donlphan clubs in Missouri; Blythcvlllc, Faragould ind Joneslioro, Arkansas clubs; ind Memphis, Dycrsburg, and Unon City, Tennessee, clubs. White aid reservations were being made 'or 250 guests, and Ural Ihe pro- ram would begin at seven o'clock at Ihe Methodist church basement .living hall..;. Charles B. Hblman, St! Louis, Klwahls Intcni'uUonal trustee,-will ierv6 p "d's toastmaslcr, and Wm. Bryan, SI, Louis, govcrnor-elcjl oi he Mo-Kan-Ark (Mtssouri-Knu- sns-Arkansas) district, will present the chnrler. Each service and civic- club in Pemlscot county has been invited lo fend a reprcsenlstlvc, ana chose will be: Mayor D. D. Pinon, representing tne city of w- mtliersville; George Lincoln, presi- lent of Carutiiersvllle Roinry club; Leonard Llmbaiigh, president of Caruthersviiia Junior Chamber of Commerce; Miss Dol- iye Robinson, president of Caruth- sulle B. & P. W. club; J. O, Mohrstadt, president of Haytl Ll- i club; Jnmes Reeves, commander American Legion Post No. .a; Russell Frakes, president Jteele Rotary club; and O. 31. Acorn, vice-president Wardcll Ro- ..iry club. L>:e Tramell, Dexter, district governor-elect, and Lonnle Staud- .ey, Sikeston, district governor, .vill take part on the program. Kl- OTnls President Walter Bernard will give the address of welcome. Others to take part on the program are the Cariilhersville high school girls double quartet, Miss Virginia Litzellclner, and Miss Mary Trammel!. Her Fan Dancing Turned Out Fine At The Hospitals Ulythevillc Hospital C. T. Rainey, Senalli, admitted. J-'e Johnson, city, admitted. Mrs. Elmer Cunningham, city, admitted. Mrs. Ben Baltey, Hcrmaiiflale, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs, Earl Byrd, city, a son last nljiit weighing seven pounds and eleven ounces. . Mrs. Lee Liles and baby, ills- missed. Mrs. Carrie Lee, LuxOra, dismiss- ad. Harry Maxwell, city, dismissed. Roland Wells, city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Airs. Cstherlne Pisher, city admitted. Ramons Hudgins, Hlckmaii, art- milted. Mrs. W. E. Haw-ell, city, admitted Mrs. J, L. Hancock, city, dismissed. Mrs, T. I, Seay. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Hunt, of f c11 ' °" lirl . dny "'^ . . . , anlla, spent the week end here llollsc WBS <leco -? tcd w -»> " A *>"' Mrs R F Krlsbner Miss Fran rles . Bundles, <\n& greenery carrying s Mcllaney M« Mwv Euni« ° ul the Chrislmas holiday mctlf. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond aysot Miss ^"^le^nci The. tea-table with ita lace cloth «* d.ujlUer. Palsy Jean, and Mr.,. Mrs. Forrest- Moore was before her marriage Thursday, Miss Mary Alyce Seay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Earl Cross and son, Jcc Earlo, of West Memphis, tire visiting her mother, Mrs. Eve Kerlln, tills week. C. L ,Blrd made a business trip I to Little Rock Saturday. Mr and Mrs. V. B. Waddell had s their holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dotherow of Helena, Ark. Caruthersville's Big Night Is Tonight CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., Dec. 4. --Over 200 young i>cmisc:l county high school band members will march In the Christmas Festival parade here tonight, Parade Chairman Roy w. Harper announced today. There will be five bands in the parade, with the Holland band o --1) pieces and the crack Wardcll band of 50 pieces being the larger unite, other bauds to participate are Hayll, Steele-Co:tcr combined and Caruthersvilie. Chairman Harper said 12 floats anil imlUs had been assured for the parade, nnd he expected more to be entered before parade time, servle ' a ' s ° calr ' cd out , r motif The music was b y a nickelodeon. mas medleys. Among Uiosc from Wilson who nllemtccl Ihe annual 'luncheon at the Peaboily Hotel Monday sponsored by the D, A. R, (j were: Mrs. J; A. Merrill, Mrs. John . „.*, ,,, ,,11LU. i*n.->. ^lllllll 1 It.' \tntlt... n *.M '* J, celved first prize and Mrs. Garner, 1 ?' f " Wh ltwotl1 >; '*>•• dismissed. second. . \ ,, Mr , s - Clarence Bradt.Td. Slcclc, The group will have a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. F. S. King, Dec.. 12. Each membst is to bring a gift to exchange. Fire Alarm Answered, It's His Own Home ROCHESTER, N. Y. (UP)—Pa- (rxsiman Harry Curnlck was habitually skeptical of box fue alarms When he responded to a alarm eaily one morning, he fig- mlttcd. tired It was "Just another phony," dismissed. A. T. F.srls, Ulbourn. dismissed. Mrs. G. C. Garrett. city, dismissed C. C. Elliott, city, dismissed. Kcllh Garner, city, dismissed. Mrs. Roy Nelson and baby, city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospilal Mrs. Clovis Campbell. Joiner, admitted. W. T. Hutson. Wilson, admitted. E. E, Harrison, Joiner, admitted. Miss Emma Phillips, city, ad, b'ul fire engines led him to his Tlic ilty of Los Angcics has an oym-home, which was in flames, average of one automobile to A passing milkman, who discover- every" 2.2 persons, as compared *,td the blase, saved curnick's wifesith the national average of cne and 10-vear-old son. car to e.ve.rv SJ> wrsons. Demure Joan Vickers did a fa dance at the New York World Fair clad in n cloth rose and wa arrested. Al her recent trial in Long Island City, L. I., she did it for the judges—fully clothed. "Fine," they said, "$25." Iss Jane McAdaim motored Miss ant ' ancy Khslmer to Mcmjilils yes- tlle rday. She was returning to the urslng school of the Methodist' ,„ „, , ".. ",. ospllnl where she Is a- student w "r n " n i^ If tcr having spent the week end ! , rhe .fT F f, 1 " Gall °', - , ere will, her parents. <!" *'"'.^ r BUesl apeaker at William Fought, who attends thc m . (!clln = . o£ , ! . lc Wl ' SOil C °- ic University of Arkansas at Fay- "licrotivc club at tne clubhouse on tevillc, came Thursday to speml Thursday afternoon. Mrs. John Wil- ic Thanksgiving holidays hcrc , «"ms is chairman of the nrosram llh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.l°» " P J! WlchWe ' !are ; ! , ., PAUght, He was joined Hero n reading by Mrs. H.U Mann ami alurday by his brother, liclhany Mte M<l ,^ :W " W ' y " aught, of Batesvllle, who spent ne week end with the family, 'hey returned yesterday nftcrnon. Mrs. Agnes Hawkins of Dallas, 'ox,, spent Friday nnd Saturday eve wilh her brother-in-law, W. V. Hawkins, and family. Mr. niul Mrs. Toby Long nnd 'fiichler, Sandra, and E I, Jones Evfl KWns. Mrs. Gladys Molt, Mrs. pent yesterday In Camdcn, Tenn., duties Elklns, Mrs. R, E. Cox, vuii Mrs. Jones' sister, Mrs. J, R. Mrs - J - N - Jerome and Mrs. A. J. kelson, who Is Improving from a Co _ !c - crious illness. ! Lntlinm Stacy, who Is a student it the University of Arkansas re- lo Fayettevllle yesterday .Her having spent [he Thanks- jiving holidays here with his par- .nls, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Stacy, and amtly. Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Skaller, of vlemphis, spent yesterday aftcr- loon here with their son, Dr. Maja '* Skaller, and Mrs. Skaller. They v-ere accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. if. Levy, also of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Bnrch of.Wo- vcka, Okla., spent the week end icrc ns the guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Bai-nett and family. Mr. aurcli is vice president of the Security Smtc Bank. Senator . Hallle Caraway of Joncsboro and Mrs. Calln. Hav,^ tliorne; Mrs. Jo T. Trice and Mrs. of Jojiesboro, spent yesterday here with Miss Belle Whltsitt and Miss Alice Wlittsltt. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shouse ami daughter, Frances, spent yesterday in.Salem, Ky. They were accompanied as far as Carrsvulc by Mrs. Mamie Truesdale, who wns returning home after having spent [hrce weeks here with here bro- iher, L. L. Ward, and family. Mrs. Larrlc McOliee nnd s:n, Silly went to Memphis Friday to oc with M.-s. -MoGhec's mother ,1'ho Is 111 al her home there. Mr. McGhco, accompanied by Mrs. B. A. Morris motored down Saturday. Airs. Morris visited her sister, Miss Ahnlc McDanlels. They returned Sunday. Miss Ruth Bradford, of Reiser, spent the Thanksgiving holidays •vltli her sister, Mrs. Roscoe Craf- tcn, nnd Mr. Crafton. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bogan attended to business in Memphis yesterday. They were accompanied by .-ass Blanche Morris, who visited rclalives there. Mrs. Harry Kirby has returned from Little Rock where she spent the weak end with Mlas Mary lialn and Miss Allyco Nelson, bah formerly of here. While there, sue was entertained at a number o patties arranged for her. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Schatz. of Helena, spent the week UIKI ,.^ as guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway. Mrs. M. o. Hoeggan, of St. louis, two small daughters spent Ihe Thanksgiving holidays with Marvin Bird nnd family at Earle. Mr. Bird and Virginia Ellen attended the I'tirkin-Earlc football game at Parkin on Thanksgiving Day, which slarls at 7:30 p.m. Each'of ' the four classes of the Caruthers- vilie High school will have floats and queens, the Carulhersvllle li:y Scouts and Girl Scouts will have floats, RS will the Caruthersvilie Civic Players and the Brown Shoe Factory. The Goodfeliows of Steclc will liavc an entry, and the 'Bicycie Parade 1 is expected to attract more than 40 heal and county youngsters. Ducli Imitations I'ass Court FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP) — dtfe W. 11. ollmartln, judge of a corporation court here, decided Hint Fort Worth citizens can quack like n duck and imitate cats and rows If they want. Gllmartin ac-" quilted three men, of whcm a neighbor complained that they were disturbing the peace with their assorted colls. Try One of Our Delicious HOT PIT BARBECUE SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn Across from High School BABY'S USED BY 3 OUT OF 3 MOTHERS Easy to relieve misery direct— without "dosing". Hub throtil, cnesl, fltid back with ... WICKS V VAPORUB Werf Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Over Jo* Isaacs' Store Phone 510 I'\m fm- all at Pennoy's Toy Fair! Hundreds and hundreds of toys—every child's dream come true! Ask Mother and Dad to bring you in early so you can sec everything! Sturdy Solid Oak Society ol Philadelphia Organizes War Relief PHILADELPHIA (UP) —Socially prominent, women from Philadelphia's suburbs again are preparing bandages and hospital supplies for the wounded of Europe's war. As during the World War, hcmes in Bryn Mawr, Chestnut Hill nnd other communities have been turned Into stations nnd groups hnvc been organized under the Foreign Relief Division of (he Emergency Aid ot Pennsylvania. One day each week is devoted lo the preparation of supplies lo nil requests received from hospitals In England. France nnd Poland. Mrs. William J. CJolhlcr Is liend of the division. Florida, Ohio, Nebraska, mid Wisconsin are the only staU-s <>f Ihe Union Hint have no debt. They are kept debt free by slalc laws. Nebraska, In fact, lias a balance of more than 521,000.000 In her treasury. lAPPV GRQ.& FREE DELIVERY Ulft W. Main St. Phone 15 TRY THIS FINK RECIPE FOR Hilt Muffins Mix together three and :i fourth cups flour . . . two teaspoons baking soda . Half teaspoon s.i!t . . . Beat two eggs with, one «nd a half cup brown sugar. . . Add two cups Imltennilk and nuts. . . Stir all together... You'll find them rtclicalc in texlnre and appetizing whon made wilh BEST FLOUR AT YOUR GttOClill R. Eiuchs, Mrs. C. L. Bird, Mrs. Mrs. Ralph Robinson left Fridrn for n week's visit wilh Mrs. C. C. Miss Ellen Tabor of Clarksdale, MKs., was the hcuscguejt of her during the Thantksgivmg holidays. Jimmy Hill, who has been work- Ing In JUcAUen, Tex., for the past home In Marie Friday, nnd plans to take up work there so:n. Mr. and Mrs. C. I,. Bird and Table Set 1.! Just the right size for tea parties and picture drawing! Table is I8"i;l4" and 17" higli! 2 chairs are I9!i" high with seat 9 : >1" from floor. Has Layette & lialh Table 11" Baby Dai! Bathe her in her own bath table — like a real baby! She's very cunning, and she drinks, wets nnd sleeps, too! It's Big! Chairs and Table Set 2.! OAK ROCKER 59c AH kiddles want, a rocker their own size! It's 21" high, with 10" square seat standing 11" from the floor. Sturdy! ARM CHAIR 98c A grand value in rich, new maple finish! Note tne solid, massive back! 23" high with seat 9K" from floor. DOLL BED 98c For big dolls — it's 22 ii" long x 12" wide! It has a cute imilaticn built-in., box- spring! Cedar veneer finish. , METAL CHAIR 98c big. handsome set for years of service! 24"x20" table lop; IS" high; 2 choirs, 23',i" high; ]]" .square .rent, II Vi" from floor! Layette and Travel Case! 11" Baby Doll .Merc's a tremendous—and timely washer value—a Maytag washer I for only $59.95 (at factory)! Get ,it now—fay for it easily, 115 you use it. Gain the bcncfus of genuine Maytag quality ever)' washday. And the price is rock bottom! MaYiag does your washings in less lUni—:\vllh less trouble. Try it fo- d.-iyJj-alld see! Hardaway Appliance Co. 5th & Main Piiono 23'i j J. W. ADAMS, M$r, "Betsy Wetsy" drinking, welting, and sleeping baby. Complete layclic packs in ltd of airplane type traveling ease. Girls love her! Holds 12". Doll! Coach Attractive! Has wood veneer body, folding leatherette licod. wire wheels, rubber .tires. Note one piece aluminum finish' undergcar end Iiushcr. Tuliutor Slccl Frame. 1 Peda! Car ic A .slurd.v. bright red exerciser for youngsters: Rubber tires, handlebar, grips and pedals! A Penney feature—typically low priced! Spring)' tubu 1 a r construction! Red and ivory back and seAl. 13" x 12" scat is IHi" from floor. GIRL DOLL $1.98 "Teen Age," 21" dell in a sweet little dress and matching hat. Wears shoes, socks and undies! Sleeping eyes. 14-PC. SERVICE 49c Complete service for 4 In alnnii- n. n m — can't break! No sharp edges! Pot and 4 each: cups, saucers, plates! 18 IN. GIRL DOLL 98c Siceet, crisp organdy dress and oonnct. Darling curls, sleeping eyes. Cute voice, tco. Fully dressed! BIG URN SET 98c Big 23->>iecc set for •!! Dai-ling urn has real spigot! Scrv i h B trny and 4 each: cups, , plates, saucers, spoons, napkins. MERCURY AUTO A Streamlined t Big -Value!. 4.S8 Fun to own — ca.sy lo drive! 31U" long! Di.sc wheels wilh rubber tires. Durabje auto body steel. Dummy llghlsl

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