•PAGE .TWO. B£YtHEVJL£g : .(A'RK.) COURIER -NEWS Miss Ethel JoKiisori Is W^d to Mayo Hudson A wedding of Interest In Lcach- yille and'Manila Is that of Miss Ethel' Johnsin of Lcachvllle, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. W, Johu'son of (hat- city, to Mnyo Hudson, of Manila and Charleston, Art. The ceremony was solemnized Friday night by the Rev. Demon M,'Neai, pastor of the Blyllievil'.e Church of Christ, before relatives and frierids. The b'rldd were a model of rose beige and wine with black accessories. Mrs; Hudson, a popular member of the younger set, was graduated from tlie Leachvllte high school In 1937. Mr. Hudson, .i graduate of tlie University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, Is Instructor 01 vocational agriculture in the Manila high school. Mr. and Mrs! Hudscn will make their home In Manila. «' *' *• Club Has Guwt Mrs. Eugene Dickinson entertained members of the Thursday Dessert club and one truest, Mis. W. W. Shaver, with a party at her home 5'csterday afternoon. A dessert course of orange pie waS served before the games In which Mrs. Tom A. Bradsher received high' score prize and Mis. John' Faulkner, low score prize. »' • * • Flays Cards With Club Mrs. Elton VV. Kirby played cards with members of the Mid- Week Bridge club yesterday att- erncph when'they were entertained at the home of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. The three course luncheon was served' at the dining" table which had li ,centerpiece- of red carnations, Similar bouquets decorated! the .living room. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham received (lie high score prize awarded In the bridge games which followed. Mrs. Kirby was also presented a gift. FLAPPER FANNY COPR.IWO SYHCASEIWCt. IHC. T.f< RIC.U. 9. PAT, QtF.- By Sylvia Osceola Society—Personal Mrs. n. S. Oliver, Sirs, tiny Driver Hostesses One of the largest" of the. mid- Honing lit Miami. Fla., state that'dens In March. Floyd Barnhail Mrs. Bryant. Is In bed with' an at- vocational agriculture Instructor in tnck of flu, Mr. and Mrs. liryjitl the Caruthersvllle high school, and her niece; Miss' Eleanor Day next spoke on "Landscape Archltec- of Memphis \vh& accompanied tura." He suggested that three ways are guests at the Thomas 6 Improve the appearance' of the city are to have better lawns, plant- them Jefferson Hotel iti Miami. Mrs. Royal S. Dihgsdon was taken to the Methodist Hospital In Memphis Sunday night for an appendectomy. She underwent the operation Monday and Is Improving satisfactorily. Among the children who have been kept out of school this wool. en account of deep-colds, infectea ears and; throats are Jimmlt ruvfiltney Jr., David S. l/mcy Jr., Frank Durham Jr., Warren Wetn- berg, 13il!ie rloyd Travis, and tin childre.li or Dr, George Cone., Among'the adults who have'b:er.' winter bridge parlies was trnl | In ted, the past week with col< |T7n.'.| "Iven by Mrs. 13. S. Driver and Mrs. Guy Driver at the B: S: Driver home on Wednesday afternoon for 38 "nests. Potted primroses, fcvri arid other j blooming plants decorated the, interior of the home. Val'ciiti'ns t'n)lic> were used in the games, arid other Valentine suggestions seen In th? refreshment plate. Mrs. Wade; Qiiinn was highest scorer to' receive the crystal cake jilnte, Mrs. E. H. Riley making second high for the large mirrore.l plaque for the dining 1 table. Linen "Well, you might say I select my own clothes. Fan lets go with her when she buys a now dress an' I wear it the next year, matlc over." Bits of News Mostly Personals r>eK;i Club Meets A' Valentine motif was carried I Mrs - Howard Frisby is ill of in- otit In the decorations for the litenzn lit her home. Donald Estes Gay, who was injured In an automobile accident the Delta Contract, club and four j recently when the Blythcvllle bns- party given yesterday nflcrncon by Mrs. Loy Welch for members of Bursts' at- her home. kctlinll lenin wn's en route lo Mrs. O. C. Langston, Mrs. James ! Memphis to play, rolnnicd home B. Clark, Mrs. Jesse Taylor and ! Wednesday from Campbell's clinic Mrs. J. H. Elkins played cards with ' where lie has been for ten ftnys. the club members. I His parents,. Mr. nnd Mrs, L. E. Mrs. I,; H. Moore received tlie! G«y, motored down for him. lie prize for high score among the will return to the clinic in ten club menibers arid 'Mrs. Elkins, the dnys to have the brace on his prize' for high among Ihe guests.,broken leg removed. • The third prize given went to" Mis, I -,'Mrs. v \Vlll Breed rclufmd u> her Jesse Taylor. Valentine decrrnted I lions In Memphis today after the tallies H'B been the overnight jjnest of and the gift packages tied with Mr. and Mrs. j. M, Wlllinms mi red ribbons, while red hearts were family. arranged on the salad plnle which j Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford Is recur was served at the conclusion of the erlnj from Inllneiiza which games. •' * v i Compliments' Ifousegucst. Miss Mary Katherlnc Clark of I confined her to her home for sav- eral days. Mrs. F. E. Fox is able.lo b? oi:t after having been 111 of Influenza and flu are Mrs. Roy B, Uawson. Mrs. E, W. Packard, Mrs. R. H. Jones/ Mrs. J. L. Ward, and p. R, Vick of Gi'lder'. * * *Mrs. A. .1. jfaiinlii);' Dies Csccola friends' have received word of the death of Mrs. A. J. Manning at' her home In Memphis. .\frs. Manning died at her Hljh- l.ind Park' home Sunday night froir. a heart attack. She was well known in Osceola, having visited here in past years ris the guest of Mrs. Beulah Torfiltrisoii HOKS. She wilt D. S. Lniiey is expected home- tomorrow from n week's business pillow DISCS went to Mrs. Arthur formerly Miss Ir'ma Moore. fcr third award mid linen handkerchiefs to Mrs". £ S. Crih- flelrl for low score. Mrs. George Edward Love of trip lo Camden, Ark. Jonesboro, who has been the giiest Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Driver of her sister, Mrs. Welhy Youn?; ' daughter, Finvta Driver, accompa- nnd Mrs. Arthur Rogers of Jackson, nietl by Charlotte Driver, were n .Miss,, who Is the guest of her par- , Memphis Saturday to see Jam enls. Mr. and Sirs. H. J. Hnle, were i Withers at thft o'rpnetun Theater. the only out of town guests. Charlotte had her' picture takei. with the child star, and both \ver. Caro Free dolt Meets : given autographed pliotos of he! nil nine members of the Circ Free Mrs. George Edward Love o. "•••'•'-> "''ib "'ith !in adclltiohal table 1 joncEboro has been the guest o. of guests were entertained iti the her slater, Mrs. Welby Yonng. f)-on. home of Mi's. G. L. Wnddell Jr., j Sunday li'ntll Thursday. Miss Irene Morgan Talks To Drama Group Trends in French drama from :hc time of Louis XiV were traced ay Miss Irene Morgan. Instructor In the- cily high school, at a meeting of 22 members of the Little Theater Jnst night nt the cily hull. During the business session which preceded Miss Morgan's talk. Ihc group discussed the advlsibtlity of presenting a series of "studio plays. Miss Margaret, Shaver, Mrs. L. L. Hubcnor, and Miss Elizabeth McLean were nppclntcd i\ commit- lec lo Investigate the plnn from the standpoint of how the public would read to it. the place of presentation, the matter of scripts nnd other details. If Ihc plan Is adoplcd, the experimental plays \vhlch will be presented-.'In nn informal stylo with simplified sets, will be l>e- gun In February to be followed each month by n subsequent production. Miss Morgan, having first established an early French background traced drama from ttic tlmn of Victor Hugo's "Hcrnaiii" when the theater broke nway from the three unities, through the naturalistic period of Hnuptmitnn and Ibsen, the Impressionistic ™ rks of * 1 ' 'Icas arid Columbia City, Ind., was cotnpll- for a week. merited at' n bridge parly given | Sum Quick of Dallas, Tex,, has last night by Afrs. J. Merrill Jontz- rotuined to his home utter having at her home. Ivlsital his daughter, Mrs. \V. O ,. ,. , ., ,, Miss Clark" with' her parents, Dr. Andersen, and family, of Armorel. » cl f "J cl <; - «'» romant.c perlcd and Mrs. Roy Clark, will leave to-1 Miss Doris Andersen accompanied ' "istrated by Rostand's ''Cyrano morrow morning after having vis- her grandfather to Dallas lo spend < le ""eerac . through the post ited Mr, and Mrs. Jontz, Mr. and,fight week's. While away, she \vill. Bllr P c ™«Mrs. Ross Stevens, and Mrs. E. A.'also visit, hi Forl Worth nnd Tcm- Gccdrich and their fairilu'es here! pic, Tc.v. For the last, period, she reviewer! llu ' Fuc 1hl> M' s 'or- slnce Tuesday. - - - Martlm Ellen Williams, dangh- - - - - ., ™ (1 ll ' e 1 "" Eight member^ of the younger 'fcr of the Rev. and Mrs. E. 13. set were guests fif the pnrty. Afieri William;;, is slightly Improved io- the games, a combination salad!day. She Is 111 of pneumonia' Rt Dream" in wliich the French have carried out their idea of subjugating tlie selling lo the theme and saridivich plate was s'crvfd with Hot chocolate. * * « Is Hosiers in Club. Mrs. P. 0. Rothrcck was hostess to members of Ihe Thursday Afternoon club and one guest. Mrs. Will Breed, of Memphis, guest of Mrs. J. M. Williams. drama into the family home on Main Ncy Hunt is cxpeclcd lo retnrn. ™,'!| today from Columbus. Ga, whi-ro j "1"e"ter of Silence" ern he hiis been attending to business.' He was accompanied by his. s.o«,| p arm QrOUD To Meet .Tnnluc TTnnl nf \ffnilln Mrl TTlint. " James Hunt, of Manila. Mrs. of Manila, Is spending the Clnifi that they are away \vtth Mrs. Hunt in this city. A de^sttrt plate was served atj Miss Mildred Moore is able to the conclusion of the games in] be out after having been 111 3f in- which Mrs. Breed received score prize. high Rncivza. Entertains Club Mrs. George A. Hamilton entertained members of the Thursday Bridge club and two guests. Mrs. V. G. Holland nnd Mrs. J. P. Friend, with a party at her home yesterday afternoon. High wore prize among the club members went to Mrs. Chester Nabers and among the guests, to Mrs. Friend. Mrs. J. E. Patterson received Ihc traveling prize. A dessert course wns served at. the conclusitn of the games. » » » n-Jdic Inn Li Sfche Of Parly The Rustic Inn was the scene of a- bridge party given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Howard Frisby for members of the Double Four Bridge' club' and (luce guests. Mrs. Eci Cock acted as hostess! lor Mrs. Frishy, who was ill at,' her home. Mrs. Bob Gwyn. Mrs ! Guy Rodgers and Mrs. W. S ' Jchnston played cards with the club members. . •Mrs. Ted King was high footer 1 nmong the club members, and Mrs. j owyriii among the p.ucM.i. A sand- i •wich plate was served at the cor,- i elusion of the gstnes. ( The Maharajah ot Gwailnv, India, is reputed to fcc the wconti richest rnaii hi the world. His jewel chest has been nnnral&rd at $0,000.000. New Survey Will Be Singing Event Scene There will be nn afternoon ringing convention Sunday at the New Survey community building J west of Stele. Mo., en n gravel j road. I Ne«- song bonks will be rtistrft- i [ utcd. R. E. I,. Smith, president of : >' the awociation. said when he in- i vitcd the public to attend. Read Ccitrlcr News At Dogwood Cliibhoiis Mrs. U H. Autry. Mrs. Mnf'vh Lnno nnd Charles Lmtes wi'.l bo in chaigo of the p:o.^r;im for the Cam bureau inrcilny at. the Dogwood Ridge club house Wednesday night The meeting Is which gucsfs a well ns members arc Invited «'ll begin at 7:30 o'clock. ui ner Iiome on ElMbcth street Tuesday night. Valentine tallies were used. Among the club members Mrs, iwcil Crockett and Mrs. Eirl bobbins were winners of award" i Miss Ccraldlnc Listbn win- iln» liigh amoh<? the guests,Guests were Mrs, J. L. p'ough. drs. Roy Cox, Mrs. L. \V. Walters r., Miss GcralrtliiD Listen. t *- « teavc for Cruise Col. P. P. Jacobs nnd Hi's. Ja- i :obs left today for New brlclns vhci'D they will ssil on the Unite:! 'rutt steamer "Ulua" for a three ,eeks cruise in the Caribbean SIM. topping at Havana-, spending Irn lays in Panama, and nuking "stops it Ilonriurns, Costn Rica and other Jeiitral American ports. iJnvc Ruby Son Announcement \VI>K made today of the birth of i baby" son" (o Mr. and Mrs. George Basil Sejfa,ves Jr.- in Littla Rock. Tlie baby.-wctgh- ',ng seven pounds, was born' in a Little Rock hospital and has been named George Basil Scgvaves ni, In honor of his father and grandfather. Mrs, Scgr'avcs Is the former Mnrion Davidson of Little Rock. Among the Sick Mrs. W. T. Tools was taken to 'he Baptist, hospital in Memphis Wednesday with a threatened at- iack ef ijppcntl'loltls. Mr. Toole iccompanlcd her and Is remaining . Mrs. Arthur Rogers of Jackson Miss,, is the giiest of her parents Mr', and Mrs. H. J. Rule. M^rs. Hole Jackson has returnee from a three weeks trip and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Vaiidervoort, in Chicago, Ca'fiiiller'sville Society ^^ Personal inrdier trees, and to kce> shrubs iruiied. He devoted some time to answering a nunioer of the mcm- jeis' questions. Mrs. Schult ilLs- cussod the organization and work of the City Beautiful Commission n Memphis, ajid tlie pdssitalllllcs of civic clubs here uniting with some such organization. At the close of the afternoon .ho hostess served date nut cake inci coffee. » * * Sunbeam Hand Meets Twenty members of the Sunbeam 33ncl of tha Baptist church met :here Monday aflernooi). The ineel- mg wns opened with' the songs, 'Sunbeam" and ''Prabe Him." Dhnrtes David Stephaii nnd Robert Jantrcll led. After the prayer, the devotional was taken from Matthew. A story. ^FRIDAY, JANUARY. ^6, ..1940..' • SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Jesus Proclaims His Messiahsliip Te.\t: Matthew 21:1-10 By WIIXL1M K. GIUtOY, I). I), spiritual nower, but that He Had a deeper -rv,» The- , ° f shadow of drawing over the earthly life of Jesus, and it was not long until Ho would be going thte way to Calvary and the Cross which, in various ways He hnd Intimated to His disciples, was to lie Hts destiny and theirs. But with trial strange contrast that has been so often manifest iJ) relation to great religious teachers and leaders, wa find Jesus on the eve of Calvary in a scene of popular enthusiasm In which He enters Jerusalem virtually p'roclalmin gor acknowlEdjIn;? His Messiaslilp while multitudes along the way cry, "Hosanna," and '?" CK . . m<< » ot "its tiiumphal »r\ tragedy v MS I mto _ Jerusalem, with the peoplo The Sunbeams have their cometh the name of the Lord," 'The Toughest Boy hi Town," Unit we'wme Him as "the King thnt the children had heard at the Inst rnnlnl11 '" "'" «"•-" -• "— '-.•>"• iiieeting, was dnmiatizcd. Candy was served at the conclusion of the roll cnil. February meeting nt the home of i snut in, whirl) w)l be their February personal service. Each child will contribute to a. fruit shower whleli iiill be given. A play, "The Sunshine Valentine," will be given. . Mrs. Harry Puckelt of Fulton. Mo", left. WediiL-sdny night aUcr i a week's visit with her mother, Mrs.' Fred Williams,. and her sisters. Mrs. J. Thds. "Markey anci Miss Jewel Williams. Siis was called here by the aeath of her father, Fred Williams. Mrs,. Obyc Coker is reported to be History nflords muny such es- amules of popular enthusiasm concerning .great' leaders and teachers, whose careers ended in mar- lyrdom. Popular enthusiasm" is very fickle, and where deration to n Christian teacher is not bas'td upon love and loyalty and an understanding of him teaching, emotional devotion soon runs out 01 c-ven turns to ostlllty. * • * U seems doubtful whether Ihe people ever really turriad agains Jesus, but His enemies wer> effective in developing at least sc.nv popular opposition; for, when Pilate offered to release Jes'.is in ac ccrdanc'e with the custom of par donins; rome prisoner at the Feas recovering nicely iiftar sub- of the Passover, those who were milling to a tonsiilectomy here | within the sound of Pilate's voice Thursday morning. cried, "Not this man, but Barab - - ~ " j *••• 11-11, nuu, uiia man, uui- oit.iau Mrs. W. B. M.umin s of Enter-1 bas." Possiblv the people of Je prise, Ala., arrived Wednesday to msiilcm ml'Mit hn visit'for several weeks with Mr.ifcrent choice, but and Mrs. A. T. Benton. Mrs. O. G.' Moose' and daughter; Elizabeth, ol Akron, O., arrived Thursday to visit in the Benton home. Mrs. Manning- is Mrs. .Benton's sister, acclaiming Him as king, give an altogether dirtercht emphasis? One would think so, a 'nd ono venders just what was- Its pur. •Jose. May it not be that, Jesus real- zed that "his hour was come," and that this was a great outward avowal of- His Messiahshlp, clial- cnging the faith and dvotloti o£ .lie people as He had already challenged the faith and devotion cf the Inner circle of disciples, inviting the people to recognize His Messinhshlp and preparing the way tor the fulfillment of His enrthiy" mission which was so shortly ti>, follow? ..' As a part of this outward witness to His own Mmslahship came tlie symbolic purging of the temple nnd Ihe. driving out '-'at those who had materialized religion and, as Jesus said, made thr temple "a den of thieves." So extreme an acknowledgment of His Messiahship, with Its chnl- icnge, could not but bring results While (he pecple welcomed" Him throwing - their garments In the way of spreading palm branclie; and crying, "Hosnnim lo Ihe S3i. of David," the priests and scribes Ihe official representative's of re]:- Sicn, were roused to 1 'indignation Ihe very triumph of this eiury pi Jesus into Jeinsalem may hav: intensined the opposition lo Hto and hurried Ihe events trial we're bringing Him to His sacrlfida death. 11 might have made a cll'f even masses o people are often very .susceptible to subversive influences. At any rate, here in our lesson is the story of Pnlm Sunday and the triumphal entry of Jesus in- ,md Mr?. Moose >s her mother. to Jerusalem. It would seem on Mr and Mrs. Williams stathom the surface as if this triumphal °n, t"?' 00 ^ VIS ' ted iU Cimitller3 - entry were at- variance with what ville Wednesday. Jeslly , „„<, been te||ln His dis j Mr. and Mrs. Prank Gnnstead | cip!es about t he nature of His of Braggadocio were Caruthersville visitors Tuesday. MOTHERS relieve misery of colds externally v/ilh liruc'e Ivy Jr. was taken to the Methodist hospital Monday suffering with nn attack of appendicitis. He was operated on Tuesday af- teinoon and Is recovering likely. Miss Betty Fisher Is 111 bed with •in attack of mumps at the home ;f her sister, Mrs. Searcy M^fifs. Josephine Scurlock has been kept out of school li.U week with n threatened attack of appeticiicitls. IjSttevs received fr-Mn >v,- , > Mrs. Guy Bryant, who arc vaca- Ace Cliib'. Jiects Mrs. Clayton Holt and Mrs. Jere Ktngsbtiry were guests of (lie Ace when it met Wednesday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Earl M ^oppage. High score .prize, an clec- .rlc popcorn popper', was won by Mrs. James Nickehs. Mrs. Frank \ Long Jr., of Braggadocio, briilgoed and received bubble buth. After Ihe games a sala'd-' and dessert course was served. «" V • Woman's Club iVietts The Woman's Club met Tuesday afternoon at the. h'flmn of Mrs. J. B. tatshaw, with Mrs. Clara Bigham as flssislnnl hosier. Eijhtcen mem'oers were present. Mrs. Louis Sclnill was In charge of a program on "Bcauliflcit'ion." For tiic first part of the progr .m, Mrs. J. L. James described her trip last summer lo Vell'lnsrath Gardens, near Mobile. After her talk, the members diseased plans American '.automotive taxes arc about 2!i times higher' than those of England. PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock 'Guaranteed Hest Prices Kirby Drug Stores kingdom. He had been trying to make it plain that His kingdom' was not of this world, that He had not come to set up material Try One of Cur Delicious PIG SANDWICHES Gle Hickory Snn Across From. 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