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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Delphian Fine Arts meeting 0:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble, Mrs. J. 6. Ellis entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Tuesday club .liieetlng with Mrs. Hiley B.. Jones, Mrs. W. D. Chamblin entertaining Tuesday Bridge club. Mrs. L. G. Nasli having city Contract club. Chapter N, P. E. 0. sisterhood, jiieeUng with Mrs. L. p. OJd, 7:30 o'elpck... WEDNESDAY'S 'EVENTS Chapter D c.f the P. E. O. Sis- j lerhoai meeting 2:30 o'clock wilh i Mrs. Charles S. Lemons at Hotel | Noble. I Mrs. William Young entertaining ADO Bridge club. Town and Country cl<ib incel- ing witJi Sirs. Fred V. Rutherford. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. M. Filzshnmons entertaining Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, ?.:30 o'clock at her home. Mrs. LaGrpne Whittle and Mrs. Marshall Blackard entertaining Y. M. B. club with party ni Whittle home. Mrs. Chester Cabers having Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with "Mrs. By ran Mnrsc. Mrs. Henry Humphrey entertaining Thursday Contract club. Mrs. C. W. Garrlgnu having Thursday Afternoon club. Mid-Week Bridge club meeting will) Mrs, J. Louis Cherry. J"1(1L)AV e, fcVbiVl'S Mrs. II. G. Partlow entertaining Friday Contract club nt home of Mrs. R. C. Allen. Mrs. Louis Applebaum having Friday Bridge club. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personals MONDAY/MAY. 6, near Cape 'Olrnrdcau. Mo. He Is'be followed by an organ recital by conducting the rneelirig wllh his L. T. Moore on Wednesday brother, thc Rev. E, Z. Newsom. (afternoon. Two violinists, Mrs. H. Mrs. Eltna Archllllon an<i her C. Allen and Mrs. J. J. Pickrcn! rnnddnughler, Miss Lucille Dunn, ivilj play a number of violin ducts of Van Nuys, Calif,, who has been (on Thursday's program, and Mis. lialph Ucrrynion will conclude the week with several vocal numbers, visiting her here, went lo Mem phis today lo spend n few days with .relatives. From there, they will BO to New Orleans, La., nnd / <i f^,, on to Van Nnys where Mrs. Archil-, ( JlOJ'US Ul will be a chorus of 300 voices singing "God, Bless America" by Irving Berlin. Jenny Wren Dillaluinty To Wed Fan-is McCalla Mrs. George Wayne Uillahunty announces the engagement of her daughter, Jenny Wren, to J. Parrls McCalla, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. McCalln of Rosemark, Teun. The wedding Is to be an imii lant event of early summer. Miss Dlllahunly, daughter of the lute Mr. Dillalumty, is a member of a pioneer Mississippi county family. After graduating from the city high school, she attended the University pf Arkansas at Fayctte- ville and the University of Mississippi at Oxford. She is affiliated with the Delta Delia Delta sorority. She return;:;! here Ihis spring from Yoimgstown, Ohio where- she had been connected wllh the Astatic Microphone company during the past winter. Mr. McCalla attended the University of Tennessee nl Knoxvllle. He came here four years ago and now divides liis time between Meni- phis and Blytheville ae a member of the cotton firm of Wctcnkump and company. "Mind if I dust while- you're dcmonstnitiii, mister? Sis wants everything good an' clean when the club gets here." 'ore adjourning for the summer noiilhs. Miss Effie Lee Terrell, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, Mrs. James A. Ovcrlinlscr and Mrs. Hill were hostesses for (he meeting at which Mrs. 1). A. Lynch was loader of ilie program. Mrs. Lynch, assisted by Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. O. E. Qitelliiml/ the program on "Legal Status of Women." Later Mrs. Hill repe'l- ed on the A. A. U. W. regional convention which she attended In Topekn, Apr. 26 and 21th. Mlss'lrene Morgan, retiring president, tnrnrrt the meeting over to Mrs. Hill who appointed the fol- rcluvn to New York as soon us school Is out this year lor a years study In preparation for concert work. Vocal offerings arc songs by the club Irio composed of Mrs. M. E, McDcnnnim, Mrs. E. W. Packard and Mre. O. T-Invlsill Banks; and chorus selections Irom Dvorak's "New World Symphony." Mrs. D. II. Wcrlis will accompany for tlie chorus and trio selections. A special attraction will be uiiiiv bers to be given by Mrs. Charles Morelicnd of Blythevllle, including Amy Lowell's "Patterns" and humorous' monologue entitled "The Picnic." Committees who arc making lowing committees: Mrs. n. L. ... , , Houck of Liixorn, chairman of the !""'« to ««* niusicale arc: pro- uro-n-am committee, Mrs. Fred Flee- cram, Mrs. Paul Galloway and man Mrs James A. Ovcrholser,' Mrs. Harold B. Tilhmm; decora- Miss' Elizabeth Mclienry, ecluca- lions, Mvs. George Alirey, Mrs. B. E. Has Club Party A purple and white color scheme was carried out by Mrs. Earl Buck ley Thursday afternoon when had the Thursday Dessert Club party at her home. Mrs. R. C. Allen, Mrs. Jess White end Mrs. Joe G. Trieschmann played cards with the club members. For flowers, the hostess had arranged bouquets of irises, snowballs, spiiea and verbena shout her home. Table decorations and gift packages were also in purple and while. Mrs. B. F. Brogdon Jr. was high and Mrs. D. Hammock, second high scorer in the games. lion; Miss Monta Hughes, international relations; Mrs. Fnrns- worth Black, creative arts; Miss Rosn M. Hardy, economic nm! legal status of women; Mrs. James 11. ^3ell, study groups; Mrs. Qnell- mnlz. fellowship; Mrs. W. A. Afflict, membership; Mrs. Spencc Williams of Osccola. legislative program; Miss Morgan, publicity; Mrs. R. E. L. Beardcn of Luxorn, social study. The Iwcnly-lwo present were served lunch flt tables decorated in purple Irises and gold tapers Corsages of spring flowers in pur- ple'and yellow marked each place lc . k " j Local Boy Is Pledged. ,, , e To National Fraternity Arc Guesls of Club Mrs. Harvey Morris and Moore, Mrs. Coy E. Sclfres nnd Mrs. E. S. Shippeu; reception. Mrs. E. A. Ten ford, Mj-s. John \V. Ed- rlnglon, Mrs. n. U. Jones, Mrs. C. M. Harwell, Mrs. w. 13. Colbert, Mrs. R. C. Bryan; pases, Estelle Packard and Evelyn Jean Plgc. Memphians To Talk Mr, and Mrs. Bob Burn;., Mrs. W. C. Lcggclt and Charles Leggult spent yesterday In Oxford, Miss., with Miss Blliiti Luggutt, who, 15 a student at the University of Missis-1 Blppi, and Mrs. Ueggcll's pitr<mls. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. "arks. Miss Audrey Hawkins, of St. I/nils, returned home yesterday lifter having spent, a week here wllh Mr, and Mr,?, o. fJ. Hawkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wayinan of Jackson, Miss., spent llic weekend here with Mr. nnd Mrs. B..M. Holt ind family. Kobcrt Hcrrick, who Is In school at Elgin, 111., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hcrrick. Simon Joseph, of Conway, has arrived for a iwo weeks' visit, wilh his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. Joeph. Mrs. 14. F. Kirshner, Miss Jane McAdams, Miss Frances McHaney and Miss Virginia Little spent yesterday In Memphis with Mrs. Klrshner's daughter, Nancy, who Is a .student in Ihe nursing school of the Methodist hospital. Mrs. Tom Brail-shcr returned last nlghl from 'Marlon, O., where she was called ten days ago lo be wllh her brother, who is i|iiitc 111. Ills condition remains tlie snme. Mrs. Mcdora Silaz, of Conway was thc week end guest of hoi daughter, Miss Marguerite , .Mrs. Sila/. Is ,1 member of tljp state board of Ilie Industrial training school for girls and is an honorar: member of the stale penal hoard [or women. Mrs. L. 11. Moore. Miss Marj Helen Moore, iljss Mildred Moore Mrs. John C. McHaney and Mis Jenny Wren Dillalnmly spent Sat urclay in Memphis. Toler Ouclinrint spent the wee end In Greenville, Miss., us 111 yncst of Mr. nml Mr.i. N. R. Tiploi Mr. and Mrs. S.. P. Lee Jr. an daughter of Greenwood, Miss., sper the week end here with Mr. Lee parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Lee Sr., and family. Mrs. w. M. Taylor, Harman Taylor and daughter, Lindu Taylor, went lo Memphis } - csterday to Kee Mrs. Albert K. Taylor and Infant: daughter, Leah Marcile, nt Methodist Hospital. They were accompanied home by Albert Taylor, who had spent a few days there. Mrs. Wirt Bond and son of Greenville. Miss., and Claude Edwards and son. Crawford, of Kansas City, spent the week cncl here: with Drs. Carl and Edna Nics.j as (hey were cir lion will probably spend the sum iner. They plan to stop nt Interest- j Ing places In the West, on their wny to California. Or. and Mrs. F. L. Husbands and son, J, n., Mrs. Charles Swain and Hemba Young of Hal!ic.sl)UrB, Miss., returned last night, from Louisville, Ky., where they attended thc .lor- by. On (heir way to Louisville, they visited the ancient, hi'irli>rt rtl.y al Wlckllffe, Ky,, and returned from Loultivillc by wny of Nashville, DIckEon and Mason, Tcnn.. visiting friends in each of i|ie cities. Mr. Young motored J. B. Husbands lo Joncshoro this morning where he ts a student al Arkansas Stale college. Mrs. A, G. Little was called to Chamite, Kans., Saturday because of Ihe de.Hh of a friend, Jesse Ward. She Is expected lo return tomorrow. Sons of Legion To Will Appear At Music Festival Tickets will be placed on sale 1'uecday for the Pan American Music Festival which is to be presented by' students in the fourth, fillh and sixth grades of Lange. Central and SLidinny school Puuay night, at the city auditorium. Tlie program Is under the direction of the music and physical cdu cation department!! of the elementary schools. Directors from j the various schools are; Lange, Mrs. George M. Hunt and Miss Mildred Moore;, Central, Miss Lola Nason niKi Miss Alia Garlinglon; Sudbury, Miss Alma Peters, Miss Marguerite Silaz. Miss Rtilh Bostick, Miss Louise Pnrliam, Graham Wright. Annually, elementary seh'ool students present a music fesllva! In . cL-lebralion of National Music Meet Friday Night | Week which always begins the first undiiy In May. The music depart- icnl of the lilythevillc Woman's lub Is (he community sponsor of he program. Choruses and folk dances will bo )resc!)te<i from the countries ol Chile, Mexico, Venezuela. Peru Argentina, I3ray.il, Cuba and America: The highlight of the prograir Miss Roberta Schmale To Speak Here Friday Miss Kflbsrta .Schmale, national speaker, will come here Wednesday night to speak til the court house at 7:30 o'clock, according to announcement made Friday night Athlete's Foot Sufferers Now get prompt, effective relief from the itching, burning discomforts of athteU's fpot wilh famous Black and White Olnlment, the cooling, soothing parasiticldal dressing lliat is antiseptic and kills Ihose fuuii which il cuntacta. Use with Black and While SKIn Soap, at the meeting ot Townsend Club No. One at the court house. Her subject will be "Defeat the Depression Wilh the Towiifieud Recovery Plan." Tom Hale was the principal speaker at Friday night's meeting. For Best Results In Raking — Use Shibley's Best A meeting ot the SOILS ol (he celon has been announced for ritlny nijjhi at 1:3" o'clock al Hie merican Legion Hut. (High, Hnrbei t, captain of the oral squadron, will announce his onuniUccs and lead the group in he discussion of plans for the car's work. Our Record Speaks for Itself In a little over 2 years we have paid more lhan 515,000 in funeral benefits. You owe your family the complete burial protection our association offers. Let us explain our low-cost plan. Holt Funeral 'Home FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER Will Present Daily Music Week Programs The local National Music WeeV Committee lias arranged a scries of short musical programs to be presented over KLCN starting tliii ifternoon through Friday. The pro grams will be heard daily at p. in. Today Miss Clco Garner and Mvs. H. J. Kleindicnst will open the scries with . vocnl selections. Blyilieville's well-known trio, consisting of Mrs. George Lee. Mrs. Paul Tiptmi, and Mrs. Russell Parr ,iill sing Tuesday Afternoon. Mrs. J. Mcll Brooks, Jr., is the accompanist on both programs. This will Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly II VII,, nnrfnrV IVWtinir TJlcy -* 1 OPP«> licrc uoctors meeung rmjtc from Kni:Sf)S Murray Thompson, who was graduated from the city high school last spring, has been pledged to Sigma Alpha Epsilon, national social fralernily. He Is a pledge of Ilie chapter at (he University of Arkansas at Fny- cltcvillc where he is now n .student. Dr. Richard Ching and Dr. Gilbert Levy, both of Memphis, will be guest speakers at (lie monthly meeting of the Mississippi County Medical nssociiilion Tuesday night at eight o'clock at the city hall. Dr. Chlng will speak on "Ulood Pressure" after which Dr. Levy will discuss "Certain Drugs in the 1'realmcnl of Meningitis." Class lias Supper Eighteen members ot the. Ladies' Bible class ol (he First Methodist church and one, visitor, Mrs. Julius Johnfon of Austin. Tex., houscguc.st Mrs. jof Mrs. Martha Lane, had n Dulch Carletpn Smith Jr. were guests oJ Mrs.'J. w. Adams Jr., Friday atlcr- noon when she entertained mem- devotional nnd the meeting was bcrs of (he Friday Bridge club with closed with prayer by the pastor a party at her home. Refreshments were served a!;er the games In wl'ich Mrs. O. O. Hardaway wns high and Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt, second high scorer. Entertains Chili Mrs. J. J. Kwing cntcrtainec: members of the Friday Cor.tract club and t*o guests, Mrs. Rosccp Crafton and Mrs. Harold Schnce wilh a party at her home Friday aiternoo.v supper Friday night at the church. Mrs. Henderson Hall gave the (he Rev. E. B. Williams. Osceola Musicians To Present Program ville where the Edwards will visit Mrs. liond and family. E. M. Holt will go to Little Rock tomorrow for the meeting of the Arkansas Funeral Directors associ-: a (ion. ' The Rev. J. L. Newsom is con-, ducting a two weeks evangelistic Heeling at Ihc lonn Baptist church cHib, is arranging (lio program which will include vocal selections, irstnmiental numbers and speech CSCEOLA. Ark,. May 6.—Person interested in rclined entertainments possessing education and Cultural values are promised a (rent in the cnncerl planned for Tuesday night. May 7. al the Baptist church Her home was decorated wilhjal 8 o'clock. bouquets of Irises and nnrcissuics. ' The ever.! in special ol»ci-ranee She served an ice course at (lie | oi National Music Week, May 5-1'.!. conclusion ot the sanies, | is being given by (hr O.scroto Pro- Mrs. Crailon received Uic high I grcssive Chib ol which Mrs. O. U. score pruc. ! Werlz is president. Mrs. E. W. Packard, chairman ol music in (lie To HaYi Wiener Roast A wiener roast is being planned for members ol the Young People's Sunday school class of the First j numbers. Methodist church Wednesday rislu.j Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, fine Arts Members v.'ill meet al the home) chairman ol the club and state o! their teacher, Mrs. L. L. Huber.cr 11'oelrv chairman of Ihe Arkansas and go from there lo Mr.s. Harold I Federation o( Women's Clubs, will Hcndricks for the parly. , welcome the pur.Ms ' i included in ihr rvrrlng'b pro- Commiltccs Arc Appointed. ! a ram are organ numbers by Mvs. Mrs, James Hill Jr.. new piefi-1 i.cttcr M. Bi:ktord; piano numbers dent ol the local chapter of Uiejby Mks Roihic G(reim uf Kcicar> American Association o! University| mllsir tf , ac i lcr - m thc K( , iscr s:lloo | s . Women, appointed her committee] Mi55 Gowal , sluilic(1 , v y k chairmen for the new year Satur- Conservatory l a! ,l summer And will (lay at a luncheon meeting of Ihe. j __1 group at thc Hotel Koble. U ',vas< Ihe last meeting of the group to-1 j E. H. McGregor Is 83 \ears Ot Age Today For 8i! years, people have wished E. R. McGregor many more happy birthdays. Today, he ngain received these besl wishes as lie and Mrs. McGregor spent his K)rd bh'llidny quiclly al Iheir home, 801 Clurk street. To Ihc McGregors, who have been married 62 years, bhtluiays nrc nothing new. Mrs. McGregor has had eighty of Ihcm herself. Her next will lie celebrated in October and after thai *''" come llic ob- servHiice ol Iheir ti3rd wedding anniversary In December, which is one of the oldest nnniveisavies on record in this section. Mr. McGregor was born near Lynchbiirg, V«., but for the pnsi -U> years has born a rcsldejil ol tilylhcville. PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Bust I'rkes Kirby Drug Stores WANTED T«-« mm with cars for rural stiles work in (his ami acl- jaccnl counties. Expense allowance plus large, commission. References required. Sec R. M. Haker, OolT Hold . Xi> IrutiM,: nl i,1] •* a <l;iy. OCtni iviili uljtninril. If Ihr pains CUVL- :m>l il ymi ilo nfl l-Kx will HIM vrni 1101] k M,M i.y v.mr ,lru s Kirl.y llros." Drill.-''ci'imii rliciiliKili'- tri •v Ilils simj.li til..I >h<,u..;,TV,l B» " r 1 U-illl 1 Sign the New Register at the Ritz LAST TIMES TODAY "Forty Little Mothers" With Kiliiic duller ,t Kila .lolinsoi First Nevre INetures of iN T Dr\vr?rJ.Tii War Artual Scenes of Heal Fighting l'iirnmni:nl Nen-s A- Cartoon TUKSFMY [':ii Matinee & Night admitted for price of 1 "My Skin Was Full of Pimples and Blemishes" snys Vcrnn S.: "Since vising Ad- Icrikn Ihc pimples nvc gone. My skin is smooth and glows with health." Adlerika helps wash DOTH bowels, and relieves Icin- porary constipation thai ollcn aggravates bad complexion. Kirby Bros. Drug Co., and Uoblnson's Drug Co. DAHCIN3 EVERY SAT. NIGHT Blue Room 'Hole! Nobic J. T. 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