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THURSDAY. JANUARY 26/1940 (AUK.) -COURIER NEWS Social Calendar ' FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. p, Holland entertaining Friday Bridge club. Osccola Society—Personal FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia IViiss Gloria Martin Is Wed To W. Q. Boyd Of Interest here Is the nn- nounccmcnt, made here today, of the marriage of Miss Gloria Mar-; lln, daughter of Dr. nnd Mrs. S. P. Martin, and w. Q. Boyd, son ol Mrs. Cora Boyd, formerly of Blytheville and now of Parsons, K;ms. The ceremony was performed Saturday afternoon at four o'clock at Oxford^ Miss, Following the wedding, Mr jind Mrs. Boyd left on a brief wedding trip to Springfield, Mo., and points o Knnsns, returning home last night. The brids is n member of a pioneer family O f this city. Graduated last spring from the city high school, she hns since aeen attending the University of Mississippi at Oxford. She wns pledged to Kappa Delta sororily. Mr. Bojd attended the University of Okla.homa at Norman whei he was affiliated with tlie Alph Tail Omega fraternity. He can here two years ago to become ns slstant. manager of the local stoi of J. C. Penney Co., Inc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Boyd are mskin their liome nt 509 Delmnr avenue * * * Dr. Smith Reviews Douglas' New Hook The Rev. Frank G .Smith. D. D of Omaha, Neb., gave 11 review o Lloyd C. Douglas' book, "Dr Hud son's Secret Journal," at a meethn of Chapter'D of the P. E. O. sisterhood y'esterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R, p. Kirshner. ' Mrs. Kirshner and Mrs. EveieU B, Gee, who were co-hostesses, also invited members of Chnpier N of the P. E. O. sisterhood and othei guests to hear Dr. Smith. Eleven members of Chapter D were present. The review given by Dr. Smith liousoguest of his daughter. Mrs'. Kirsliner, and family, was of especial interest bemuse lie is a.pcrsonal friend of the author having visited Mr. Douglas at his California home last year. 'Pink • glndioli made Ihe cenler- piecc of the ten table which wns presided over by Mrs. c. W. Af- fljck, president of Chapter D. Entertains Club Mrs. James B. Clark cnterfa'ltled' members of the Town and Country club niid"three guests', Mrs. pugii Harbert, Mrs. John P. Lciiti' and Mrs. P. B. Joyner, with a party at her home yesterday afternoon. St. Valentine's day was the motil for (lie clecortnions being especially emprrasizsd In the tallies for the .bridge gnmes. Refreshments were served after the guests had finished playing. Mrs. C. O. Langston was high scorer anil Mrs. Lsnti, second high in the bridge games. * •* 1 Club lias New Member Mrs. Tominie Tipton is a new member of (he ADC Bridge club which met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Thomas Scaulon. Besides the club members, guests were Mrs. Rupert Crnfton, Mrs Hugh Whitsitt, Mrs. H. F, Kelsey Jr., Mrs. Eloc-rt Huffman, Miss Mary Spain Usrey and Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom F. Martin. In keeping with Washington's birthday, patriotic decorations and tallies were used. Mrs. Toby Long received the club prize, and Miss Usrey, Iho guest prize. The hostess served refreshments nt the conclusion of the games. Have Kilclicn Shower Fourteen members of the Order of the Eastern Star who met in tlie regular stated meeting Inst night nl Hie Hall brought cnp towels for the kilchcn nl the Hall. Plans were nlso made for n miscellaneous shower to be held in the near future. Mrs. J. D. Smith presided over t!in business session during which I "I by Mrs. D\vlghl II. lilr.ckwoM ic new memberi who Imd joined e jinst month were placed in tlie \nrloua circles. Ouests ivoro Mrs. Chnrlcs Williams, Mrs. Udell Nowsom. nml Mrs. lloy Cox MM wcrc Mrs - J ' w - Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs. Bertie Thompson has been confined to her homc for several iliys ixvnuse of nn Illness of In- Citvc Tin. l n'sb Jamwry meelhiH cf Auxiliary wns PAGE FIVE Those who plnn to attend the the Hotel Noble Tucs- ijnio n nno o'clock luncheon in lint-well reception In honor o( Ml «. U. Uyi'Bs, one of Iholr miinli wlin Is movliiK lo Little Hock tl "rsl of tvbrimvy. jtai.vn Lafc,, |, 01 | le of n') ls flu I ^ rower hnd 25 persons prt'st'i i" 1 ; 1 ,"'.'""? the Re*'. L. T. Lawrcnc primroses wcro used o Harry Atkins has ret urn wl fm-.i -I. Louis where he went to bo with Mrs. Atkins when she mulcnveiu rm operation nt Bninnid's lXBJ,lln] i In St. Lo»;s. she j. s steadily 'im- Mr. nncl Mrs. D. J. Hodge, Mrs. j lliielnn H. stone nnd daughters, I \V1I-- • - - - - - nu'iii, rooms. Mis. jnmi'.s Driver kept Hi 'ttishliiB Book" near Iho trot. cnirmu'o In which members wrol their wish for Mrs, DycRs. lott'liij! luncheon the Kiiesta were re 'lUi'stcil lo write original foiir-lln about (he honoree; [lies -sh she get a customer all lined ii|>, don't nsk the paper about the big blizz.wl Dial's expected tonight." ional after which Roy Porter, assls- ant superintendent, gave the extension report. Eucli department head and the president of each of he church's organizilions, gave n brief talk on his work for lh "',»;, ™".L h _ d jf ml «^ . U\e group I epor. Eu cH department! /-.] 7 ^ , n head and the president of each of LlUD Gl'Oll") T() the clinch's organic [ions, eave n , r vrlu '| l | J '• u meal Saturday w\.^m; ill III U*l IjJJ I HLI (1, {,• ,,. . t ' «••-« Wllma tea nnd Doris Stone, spinu , m .!""* )y "' 5 ' K ' S ' Chllw l fcimchty In Memphis with .Mr, .' l,\ A ",! ' Aly ""Hula Ufa Ove Si:ne, who is In (he Ciinrpbcll's «-!>,-i, !•? 1>lrtyc<1 1)y . Mrs - "• 1! 1'lmlfi tn-~ >..__!... .. -- . , >' 1 I I/. 1 MOV U'OIYV In 1 ill- i.l.ir... J treatment, llo jSt: dliiic for proving. Hussell PliliH],, W'lirtoctomy nt Ihe Methodist hospital thi "Is sister, M,s, Oooch, nnd ipbell is hn- underwent an Memphis ing. Mr. Valentine decorations wcrc us-cl Home M the tables. - Mrs. Lily Johnson make clubs Gocch lire K-lih him. His condition i* V '-'IJ' Kood. Mrs. Phillips, who Jtccntly uiHlcrwenl n major openi- ".", Is steadily Improving ill !:er Home licrc. Frederick Corkran, of Hoi hns arrived for n visl', mih her father, J. w, Sykcs, nncl iniinly. . Mr.-. jo e stone of Ornn. Mo., and sJii Lcyon, ai\;i friends from Hay- II, visitocl Mrs, stone's son, Huclwi H. SI one. of this clly in M«m>nJ omuiay. Mr. Slcme Is in Campbell '•'"He there. Hugh Hnrbcrt Sr. k convalcscln from influent nt his liome, 101 Holly. Air. nnd Mrs. Fred Brodsher, o Wnldejiburg, nncl dnusiitor, Mis •r.e tfr.irlshor. of Osccola, re turned home yesterday, nfter Imvln visited Mr. Brndshcr's rjrolhcr, Ton Tlicy wcro Inter given •••">. Oyt-ss nlonij with n tnl mine mi jwlr of Ivory vnscs, the ;ifl from HID Auxiliary. Odu'i- talks wcro made durhiB Jie clay by ||,c Rev. Mr. Lawrence MIX Ic. o. "Hen. Ornip "e 'He That Hinds" ninl Mrs. 1'aroi of "Ulest Uo ended the 'hapcl department while (hi 11 sang "Happy Birthday. e Conn- at (IIP , „ M . Saturday Oman's club of the Co.m- Irome . Miss Vcra Sallbn left today fo BiU<m Ltixora Society—Pet-sonal JMiss Cora '» DCFii aniiouncpd by i,^,,, ^ 1 ' e Colemnn, couiuv Jicm? dcmonslralion n B ent | Chairmen of projects to ftmc- annonnectl Smith of Ar- where she wi Louisim-i state Universil this year will be jby Mrs. w. Leonard s morel, the new jwho will name council Ic president, work cnnnln;;, home iny'lctj- for Christiati crvice jilccls On account of the inclemency of ie weather Tuesriav . afternoon, a Week celrtr • I membership of the Woman's ly held he Jtss onary Society for Christian o hr nnni-d of the Uixora Methodist 1 °f landscaping .gardcnim. „ clothing, foods and nutrition manaseinenl, poultry home tries child development, govern^ mcnl and taxation „,,„ ;- e cr,,,f",,, The Better Homes'<•"—-•-• which will pit,,, j 01 . Bc , t| 13 " 5 a " nu ' al - V " 1 )S president, hnd ar- opening for tlie previously been in schoo She I there. Airs. Stephen Brooks Is resA'n well nl tliu following Blythevllle hospjt; her removal there yes tcrciny afternoon, she hns been II ol pneiimoiii.] since Sunday. - J Mr. iiii-i M-s. .lob' ml'--'spent yesterday In Little Rock where Mr. Faulkner attended to business. a-i'. nnd Mrs. H. W. Burr, of Memphis, cnniD Monday for a visit with Mr. Burr's broclierj M. T Burr, and Mrs. Burr..Mrs. H.,yv riurr went from here to Kelscr foi a visit with her mother, Mrs. Os- bornc, while Jlr. ijiiu- , cm rfj... here to attend to , harness. Tliej will probably return home Saturday. Dr. Frank Luckett, of Hcleiin, aiiseu as me opening for tlie PJain a new WP Astntr- nrni^t V , ,' „ JJ " LKLtl . D1 "cieim, igrtln, !? transcribed innsirnl pre- be carried i«l W Juf^± n ^°l ?" ^" '^ gu«l of bta mother. udc fonowert by prasi77ed"fo lion of'Tta F^"'s!!Sl,« °S I ^ J " "' LulSetl ' for ' two lta ^ *rs. R. H. Owen, and singing ns modity Corporatio-i group, -T Need Thee Every Hour."! Workers of (he WPA will m^ Mrs. R. E. L. Bcnrden jr. read Pare nnd serve irmchcs lo all chii lejirst Psalm, illustrated by re- f'™ in rural schools as loiv^ as story of the "Holy ;}J» food can be obtained free from .tin? the rail." The Bible study consisted of Iscusslon, led by the Rev. R. E. L. earden Jr., on "Renewing bur the conimodil,- corporation if the project Is decided upon. While this council hns the latest enrollment Jn tlie stats, anolh- iiowledge of the Bible," as nn: cr S° al of 1940 will be ,-m"'jncri troduction lo the study to be akni up later on.the study of the in membership. The council will also map plans ible as outlined In Iho books of ! to lncr casc tlie number of entrants aw, Prophecy, History and Postry i m the Ilonle Improvement- ccn- the Old Tostamant, and the bio--- ! CEt whlch attracted 513 members Dell News plans for discussed. Ihe yciir's work were Piffponc Dingo Party The "lucky bingo" party which the Young People's club of the Cnurcn or the Immaculate Con- ccplicn was to sponsor tonight has been postponed because of the cold weather, it. was announced today. Daughter Born A daughter was born to Mr nnd Mrs. Tom Brown late yesterday afternoon at the Wnlls hospital." The baby, who weighed eight pounds, lias teen named Bertie Lou. All Club Members Attend Bridge Party All the member.-; ot. the Wednesday Bridge club attended the party given yesterday afternoon by Mrs James H. Bell at her home. Lunch was served at small tables arranged in the living room. Bridge games followed. Mrs. W. H. Minyard Wns high and Mrs, Farns- wcith Black, second high .scorer. Workers' Council Meets Fifty members of the Sunday School Workers' Council of the First Baptist church had their schedule ' , ^ bios phy of Christ nnd Piiuline letters the New Testament. Mrs. Logan Rozzell was present s n guest. After the benediction was said y Mrs. J. J. Johnston. « social bnur as enjoyed during which MR. jarcjcn served n salad plntc. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cox and aiighter. Gladys Lee. of BU'DO ' fiss.. arrived Tuesday for several! days visit with Mrs. cox's mother.' Mrs, Louis Spann. Mrs. Sue Brown spent tlie week enri with her daughter Mrs Hays Gowan. and family, in their homc at Poplar Bluff, Mo. Mrs. Thomas F. Hudson left Insl Tuesday for a ten days visit In the home of Mr. ami Mrs. List Edmistson, nt Louise, Miss. Miss Helen Anders and Waller Anders accompanied their father Prank O. Anders, to Warren ' Ark' Friday where they were called on account .of (lie death of their grandfather, the Rev. Roland pastor of tlie Warren Baptist church. Mrs. Charles Thweat and dau'li- ter, Eicanor Elizabeth, of ctititti- nooga, Tenn.. have been visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William •rhweatt this week. Mr. and Mrs. \v. L. Clark who have made their home in Luxora. living two Mid ons half mi| cs norl h- casl on their farm located on Highway 120. arc retunilno to Memphis, their former home "having rcnlcd the farm to ',\ B Rozzell nnd Champ Meadows'Mr' in l!)3a sought. A goal of 1COO will be Other projects will be continuing of the ifvc-nl-homn program cooperation of nea-spapsrs to chcitecl in "'I-' movement, a Willing conl^st, county choru.5 club, dramatics tournament and a county-wide Better Homes tour- all of which are advocated by the state extension 'department. occupy and Mrs. Rov-zell win Clark residence. Miss Frances Rein Bowen Is at noinc from her school. Blue Moun- Rev. Douglas Will Preach At Luxora LUXORA, Ark., ,l an . K . _ rir pulpit of the Luxora Baptist church will IK filled at the mornlnj nnd cvcnfii!; hours of worship bv the Rev. Kaiph L. Uoujlas, pastor of the First Baptist church of Gruil:! Ark. Special music | s being nrram;cd by Mrs, B. o. Wilkins. pltmivt, 'fo- Ofllccrs Arc Elected Mrs. M. W. Lewis was elected president, cf the Woman's Missionary Union nf the Dell Ilapllst church Monday when 11 membsrs met nt Die home of Mrs, Ifnrblti Gill. Other new officers include: Mrs, Berllm Gill, first vice president; Mrs. Allen Harciin, second vice president; Mrs. J. M. Stevens third sice president; Mrs. Jim Roi, ;C - corcling secretary; Mrs. C. A. Smith, corresponding secretary- md treasurer; Mrs. Jim Scymoro, stewardship chairman; Mrs Harbin Gill, pianist; Mrs. Otto Tntc, chorister; Mrs, Jim Henderson, personal service chairman; Mrs H. Gill, program chairman. The mccllng was opened with a song followed by sentence praym. Ihe oevotional wn.s from the first, cliHMcr of First Corinthians. Tlie hostess served refrcshiiiciits nuruig the social hour which iol- .'">fd. The next meeting will be at tin, home of Mrs. Ben Gill. At The Hospitals Kl.vfhcvillc hospital Mrs. Dolllo Gnrncr. Lake City, admitted. nioollng, Mrs. Dycss wns nlso honored nt tin- regulnr meeting of HID p K o lust wi-ck In the liome of Miss Jallin-lne Ilnrwell when n Imiict- '•."cliicf am) i,oso shower wns "veil in connection with the iiicc-lhiB. The tiltis were prescnlcd l'.v Mrs. U. K Taylor, Jr. Ur. George Cone hns bouuhl llic uyrs.s home on Pecnn Street nml '•"I movo IntD It as soon us Mrs 3ycss goes to Little Dock. • • « MclltiulJsl circles nlcct I-'orty-ntno members nnd guesls >l tended Ilie three circles of (lie Methodist Missionary Buddy In (hire dlirercnt homes Mmidny ifleruoon ror varied devollonnl nnd rccreatl.-iiiii pi-ogram.?. Ulnzliij.-; logs In nn open lire- luce, and.' old-fnshloncd cleclrlc- illy llshted cnndlesllcks rencctiu iBlit IhioiiRh niyrlnd--; of prism", made the cheerful i;cene In tho •V. C. Miison home for cighleen -•neinbera, ivho enjoyed n "white :!c|ihnnl" snle. Guesls brought ;inckai;es wrapped In while nnd «'lit a secret ns lo contents; these vino auctioned lo the highest Welter by the ncv. Paul Giilloivny, ybo proved n prontnblc "nuctloncr" :'cr the misblonnry treasury. Olhisi Mitoilnlumcnt fcjilurcs \verc n volo iy Mrs. McVnnc, nnd n rctulUig )y Mrs. Jlminle -Gwnllncy. A cash :lfl- was imicfc to the milrltlou project at the grnde si-liool. cc-hoslesscs wttli Mrs. Mcison -veic Mrs. S, G. Lockhnrl, Mre C 3. Rice, nnd Mrs. Gilbert Gouah, Twelve mnmhcrs of circle "13" 3i-Ie!im!ly planned to meet In tho ionic of Mrs. Guy Roiiblns but hnd .0 transfer to the church pf.riors on nccount of frozen walei- pipes An effort will bo made lo nllo- nrst served", the committee has do- Infantile Paralysis Fund Banquet Tickets Going Fast wen) used in ihc gnmes njid JndhMimi cukes on Iho refreshment plate lw ,| l)lo , mao June" on cnch. No icservnllons bo nindo wlti yo f, . 0. u. Weiuhcrsby, wore nui- will, white curaolioMs mwers for «wnrd 3 crnUiiHo Uslon, Mrs. ZOKO i'olim-,1 mid Mrs. Quy Hob- WlM, MI SS Wciithorsljy wn , ,, re5 c«t- <l u set of cryrfnl MU'iuls Mollu-i-'s Mr. nml Mrs, W. K. Hunt wcro n lopnlnr Corner, Miss., Momlny r Iho funcrnl of Mrs. Hunt's nother, Mrs. Anmiidn Huahey, who Jetl «l the homo ot her diuujhtcr, n-v I'. O, CriiuipU'i- nt Pmilur Cor- t'r on Sunday. cash or checks are received by Mr. Kstes. Checks should bo irmcle Payoble to 1). A. Lynch, treasurer of the campaign, but mulled to Mr l-.stes, who In turn will issue a rc- cclpt for n ticket. While ihc affair Is n benefit one wlUi nil net procecils to no lo Ihe I'limiialgn treasury, this 1 3 (0 |,e n liluhllshl" of the mid-winter social fieason In Ulyllicvlllo. Althotisli (ho program, banriuet tincl arrangements nro bclnz pjnn. ncd along elegant lines, luicsls may Preident's Ball Planned For Pemiscot CAHUTIIERSVII,L13, Mo, !;'--W. I), liyrd, cll.ilrmim como In formal or Informal aftire. A five course banquet Is (a ha ' bo a reminder of a f.«- by Ot ' Uvo affair. anci . the Informa ccptfon for out of town t hp comity chalrnmn, city officials and lii°terest. CXlll!OU!U I'or Ih'e proxram, two m«f-bolh Internationally n n their llnw-wlll' provide 'eiiter- talimieiit. Dr. WdlJs' 6. Campbell fiimoiia bone speclnl.lst. who-'ls To ° UC51 5|>eilker ' , of infantile paralysis -and dojlo dlscnse. Aiyelo Cortesc, an Italian by birth who studiqd rnvislo In'parls and who Is called America's dts- tlngiiljhctl hnrplst, | 5 ' to p | ay n is famous harp. -Th!»: will be one of no few times Unit a harp prozram IIM ever been presented In Blythc- vlllo nncl the first In many years to HMO this an uiuiauiil treat. Guests nny inlet attend' the dunce at tho aly auditorium without charge. In discussing die tentiuct today "' w M - "We are - We are delighted with the response about the banquet but we do not want any confusion about the reservations 30 they imist bo made by sending no a check or cash of $5 per couple "»l a sliimo ticket is tho same ii'lco. 1 er on Buiiduy. ^"lu-uiKHSVIIjLB, Mo., Jnn p-. i , , , . ,— Mrs. Huijlicy. Iho widow of the ,l''~^' "' 1! . vrtl ' <.'l»l™mi of the K^J^atS/^ For "OS. A. Ifunhcy.ConCcdcVBvcu' ' "^ ""'"'"^ u «" "mmlt- ^iT vffilVfKDtf ™» nnd promlnenl n<, 60(0 .»1 r"!',", 1 ^ ^' sleril ' 1 J' "»"• »>« ET,T«-"Jl «'' itR/- •omity farmer, was well-known ' ' '„ " ?, i;ol |" l >' «""I<1 '» Hcl,l Eff T.feS UEJI IftArUE . ( ;!,°' t : om ,." M ;««»»»vwts to MV. u ,r, „ '^;. y , "! 1 . 1 -.«••«»'«» ^V^vptADACHE "(I Mrs, Hunt. members of thu I 1 T were in Wilson for thij win-' cr meeting of the Mississippi •omily Council i'arcnu nnd t-ncbers Included Mrs, W. W rewllt, Mrs. Spsncc Williams, Mrs . M. i lodges, Mrs. A. r. Uarlmm irs. o. Hnrtslll Hunks, and Hoy uawstm, Bupcrlntcutlcnt, of oily liools. Mr. Dnwsiii wns the pi-in- l«il speaker on "Some Problem* i Arkansas Scliools". Mrs. Banks rcsUlcr| ut tlie day's mission In ie absence of Hie pi-esldcnt, Mrs. liii-lon Williams of Ulylhevllle bo started but Imd car trouble) - ,,,,n the way. Luncheon was serves! I |,eJ i the Wilson Ilcmo Ucoijomlcs ollngc. ,.„ * ."t>..v. u,uiituiy .», ill jlic Armory Hull, with llm Koullicrn Scrcnntlcrs In funil^li tbi; music, join, sitlncr has been inline;! by Chairman tlyrd to su- pcrvlso iirriinacnioiil.-i for the Imll nnd the junior chnmhcr of Commerce will Imva chnriio of Bponsor- 1ns Mi ml Your Manners --— i —_ <• S'oin- knowledge of correct nsngo by muwariiiy; the fcil- luithoi-lintlvo nnswcrs Memphis visitors Siiturclny wcro ie Rev. Ptini cinllownv. n u ( i. I :ginvcs, Miss Onllicrlno Harwell, Iis, D. R. Werla. and Mrs. Louise" reason. Mrs. M. 11. Lnuerwall of Memphis ns (he weekend Biu . s t O f Ml . 5 A • Splcse iniri Mr, Splesc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jolt B. Whllmorc ccompanlcd by Mrs. Mnty BOWDII ollrns nml It. \v. Rddy were icsls of Mr. n ml Mrs. Jnck Tuft West Memphis Friday evening r dinner. Thomas nnimncld of Memphis Miss 11 tlie Rohblns homc. Mrs G 'JnrlsllI Banks presided nm] v'ettie Gray gave the dev. E, H. Burns, recreational cnder, passed out .small hnu-lieia, 'lectrlc light bulbs, and log caWiw, cquestiiig cnch person lo mnke n original poem suggested by her nvor. These wcrc read by Mrs Onve Yoinijf. Mrs, Robliins assisted bv Mrs. "nrl nolibins, Mrs. Dave 'Voun; ml Mrs. Cnp Wisomnn served nincc pie, whipped crenm nml oifcc. Mrs. A. P. Dnrhnm, hostess lo ci-entecMi mcniljers nnd two uuosls f circle "C" In he,- home Imd <frs. Victor Bell, Mrs. Lee Maxwell nd Mrs. Paul lostcsscis. Two Conwny ns joint contest.-; onduclcd by Mrs. E. S. Drive:- nnd Irs. W. C. Colbert. Mrs. O. 13, Segrnvcs, president f the entire society, and Mrs. n. Cox wcro guesls nl this circle. V. M. \L Mccls The liternal Puri)o.se L. ..„.. Rcdemplion), wns the subject tiullwl nt the monthly missionary icetlng of the Baptist. W, M. U, in tlie church Monday afternoon under the direction of Mrs. E. I). nose. Tlie Promise: to Eve-Call of Abraham—Message of the Priuhels —fulfillment through Christ were cliJciisscd by Mrs. Rose, Mrs. A. F. Olascce nncl Mrs. P. E. Tompklm. is n business visitor in town icsdny. Mrs. W. W. WatBon nnd Mrs. nnk O. awyn have returned from spent . lU'imctt. Mo., whci-o iliey •scveni] days nursliiB their purenls Mr. nml Mrs. W. .]. Ward, wlio ire seriously 111. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ward nre 81 nnd 75 years of neo respectively. Mrs. fii-ncc Ivy was award winner, and Mrs. A. W. Bowcn niul Mrs. Ffiber White lh c only K ucsls nt the Wednesday lirldgc Club In l lie home of Mrs. Milton Pope Mi.s. A. J. FJorltln hns spent scv- crnl days in Memphis this week vlslliny her parents, the Rev. C E Welch nncl Mrs. Welch, nnd tit- 1 lending her sister, Mrs Sinn H Williams of Dlylhevlllc, who is a patient In Iho Methodist hospital Mrs. c. H. Wcnllicrsby nncl daughter, ,Innc, were business visIt: rs In etkcston, Mo., on Tuesday. Mrs. Berry of Memphis is visiting her (Iniielitcr. Mrs. T. P I'cv- Klus nnd Mr. Perkins Jolin Willimn EdrliiBlon of Mcm- ls is visiting his aunt Mrs Charles E. Sullcngcr. wins'clow: 1. Is It iinorl mnnners to smoke in nn elevator? 2. fs It foorl inslc for a > smoke on the slrct'l? 3- Should n ijh-i (jivo n c l»rfy mm expect her men uuosis lo furnish part of the llrnior? •I. Do you rcnlly p,,y off „ Mc , n , ul liynlon when you invito B DUMOII who docs not drink to a cocklnil pnrty? i, 6. Is It rude for n..nmn,lo t jlk *Kh H cljnrctta hntiglng from his WJint K'Olilcl you do If— Yon nre refusing n second liclii- Iii8 proffered by n scrynnt. Would (n) Sny "No"? d» Say "No .thrnik you"? Ansivi'rs 1. No. 2. No. 3. No. •1. No. B. Ves. Ilest, "Wlmt Would You Do" so- lution—(b). It Is estimated tlmt Immediately lcr the embargo, nlicmt $no,000000 worth of French nml British nlrcrnft orders wcrc placed In the tTnllcd. stntcs. New Untler-arm : Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration 1. Docs not ror dresses—Jots not iinuie skin. 2. Nowaiting(od[j-.Onhcust^ riglu after slaving. 3. Insriiuly slop, pcrsphmion for l ro 3 days. Removes odor from pctspintlon. 4. A pine while, gmstlcjs, sialn- mi vanlstiing cream. »• ArrlJ has been iw.udcd rhe Approval Seal of llic American Insiuuie of laundcnna for Dcntg harmless ru fabrics " WUUON jat . Bf X n|d lliVe boen told.Try, j,,tod^l ARRID Bible lesson on the cloven o'clock morn seven-fifteen evening h worship. Slight Fracture Is Mrs. imitlcd. Walls hospital Curtis Downs, Stedp, acl- to 1»; Litkc -1:16-22 wns Riven by Mrs. Hnrolu 15. Tillmnn followed v;ill, n solo on The nibln by Mrs M E. Suffered In Mr.v W. H. Glover injured ami in n !aU Tuesday nijht wh n slight fracture v;as fo'.md to b= cf (lie tone in the righfwist'wi'ii-V - x-roy cl.iy. plcliu-fs were made -she is able to be up but ih-ji «™i. v-ill be placed in a suliiri km Ri row. tain col|ege. Blue Mountain." Miss f° raa " '» rt f»»« ^ay on account, 10 .^': of a fire..at the college, awaltins SK<CMa the necessary repairs before tho college will resume their regular A Cliicaio- lud»3 on-" n it was permissible tor policemen an occasional apple frwi fruit stands. the Intermediate department served the dinner. Ru&cll Baugli. supsrintenclenl of tht Sunday school, gave the devo- - Hot Read Courier News want ads. PRESCRIPTIONS Safe - - Accurate lialph Unrbcr, stecle, tlismlsscd. oi-Ban'hy Mrs. Gilbert Masdn. Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. rh<m( , Main & First «]KBnd^c]ie^ ar.H i.mharra«in|j filn'lir.RVptllj dup to tcmnlo functional irrt-Kuhriiff*. TakisK I'ir,hham's Compour.i at. "this ll-T,,- may p.-ovt jmt what Vallll Bf,-! hsp- r-nc-.'.%n-.ay r.(.c<l. ramous for over &0vf^n— J'iikB3,-n i Compound ij the bfst tn-)i>r anrf r-r.o of if-"-,'""! tfftrtltt tor.io inj.ln to help "ann:\ls Jiir.i^ion.il comtdslnl-'. Over isifw^'^ar 1 '™ 1 " 1111 ' OUBKEE'S COLDS I r or quick rcllff from the misery of colds, lake 000 - Ttliloti - SiWo f.'uusc niscnmfort 666 First long dislnnce iron pipeline currying natural B ns In the United ^.Intes was a 2-Inch line extending S'.i, miles from a well Xo Tllu.svlllc, I I'n., completed In 1872. i Try Onn of Our Dcliclotu PIG SANDWICHES Die Hickory Inn Across From Itlgl, Srlmol RUBBER FOOTWEAR Women's or Children's GALOSKE High, Medium or Loiv Heels iS (1.QO Men's, Women's & lioys' Gum Bools Gum Overshoes $1.95 $1.95 FAMILY SHOE STOI2 312 W. Main Phone 231 EXPKRT BEAUTY WORK CALL idfi * ?cr */ Margaret's _BEAUTTJHOP_ REDUCE SFNSIBLY Sn-cillsli Slassage, V»p. Baths Mrs. Rutli Lawhon Sign the New Register at the Ritz LAST TIMES TODAY VOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE IT ...IFYOUHUDNTUVEO m CAGNEYj PX1SCILLA LANE THI . • ROARING HlMfWUYBOCAJl.CUBH awcC' riir»M,K,tl,.HJ|(*,.K,^ w li'llMta IMUH A MHII Ml.»tol. k,,. ri.ViVJriV.M, I^.J ***)«.'•; Lt^mlcn*,. rrw, ..OfV^Ji^^w.tj.,5-^ 1'arnmpuiit News & Comedy FRIDAY .300 GOOD REASONS '.' why }-(iu should •'attend "SKglilly Honorable'" With I'n I O'Brien * Ruin Terry A Coiiicily-aiurdcr Picture ROXY LAST TIMES TODAY TA9ISPIN TOMMY. Al<in Scltclcd ghbrts ' " Fri. & Sat. nor ROGERS tn "Saga of Death Valley" n-fth George "Gabby" ; Haws Cnrtcoi, & Serial "Kit .Carson*' LISTEN to . j 11:00 a.m. — K:iS p.m.— 4:311 p.«. Phone Hliz Kt Fhona Roxy

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