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ffl THURSDAY/ MAY BLYTHEV1LLE. (AltK.) COUU1EU NEWS PAGE FIVi Social Calendar rVEN'1'8 Staled mcctlug, O. iE.;'.S.,-1:SO p.m. Mrs. C. C. Langston and daughter, Miss Aiicle, entertaining p. A. R. chapter for luncheon meeting. ' ' : .. Ehnwood Cemetery association Imving all day meeting with Mrs. W. F. Brewer, 9:30 .A. M. Jr.-Sr. high school P.-T.'A.hav- Insr bingo party at Gaiety building, 8 P,M. ; - : '| ,.. SUNDAY'S EVENTS : " Junior Hadn&ah Having Mother's Day tea at tlie hut, 3 p. m, Hane.)',' . and M|- s . DuhlVnm was' presented Ijoslcr'y. ,.'' ' Club lias Guesti. . : Talisman roses and peonies decorated Mrs. 'Harry ktrby's living room when she entertained, the Wednesday Bridge cliib'and 1 two 'guests, Mrs. J. Nick Thomas and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims. Lunch was Ecrvcd before the bridge games in which Mrs. VV. H. Minyard won first • and Mrs. Estclle Cookc Vollmer second high. < • • • • • Visitors Complimented. Mrs. P. A. Loslcy, honseguest ol Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Houchlns, Mmcs. Hex Sharp, H. T. Livingston »nd H. Sevison, guests of Mr'..and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, were complimented wit'n a luncheon given Wednesday by Mrs. Houchlns at the Hotel Noble. These ladles retumed j to their homes in Little RocK today, Lunch was served at a taole decorated with a centerpiece of snapdragons and corn Mowers. Handkerchiefs marked the places of the out of town guests. After lant'n the eight guests went to the Houchins' home for a visit together. * • * Has Bridge Luncheon. • Mrs. Baker Wilson entertained, 12 . guests with a bridge luncheon | Wednesday when she used roses and peonies, in pink and while, for 'ncr color arrangement. These shades were also in the place cards. In the card games which followed lunch, Mrs. Cecil Shane won first and Mrs. Elton W. Klrby'sec- ond'high.' ,..::• * » * Have Dinner Parly • For LUlle Rock Guests. : ; Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch entertained 32 guests for a dinner parly lasl night in honor of their house . guests, Mmcs. Rex Sharp, .H. ..T. • Livingston and ;H.,: Sevison, .and Mrs. p. A. Lasley, guest.ol -Mr, and i Mrs. H i: H. Houchins, who ,wer& '. here . Tuesday afternoon^ and' ..yes, .terday-.n ••>-.•! <,- i --,- /-.>f i t», lr , The guests, of honor -were ' seated * »t the dining room table which had :•> . centerpiece of, lovely old fashioned flowers with daisies, roses and -corn flowers predominating.' Smaller bouquets of these same flowers were used on the small tables arranged in the living and sun rooms. A two course.menu was siryed. ,, In the card games which were played after dinner, Mrs. Livingston won a relish dish on a tray for - ladies' high, Ross D. Hughes rccclv L ed a cigarette box for men's high in the bridge games and the prize for t'ne heart game, cards, wen I to Mrs. Sevison. The honored guests were presented handkerchiefs. * » * - ; • • Compliment? Daughter • Mrs. J; Ernest Hasson entertained two tables of the younger set with a bridge party Wednesday afternoon complimenting her daughter, Mrs. Jones J. Dunham, of Memphis, who is here for & visit before moving to Birmingham. Roses arid wygclia were used to decorate the living and dining rooms and the tallies were in keeping with the spring time motif. A salad plate was served with cookies and an iced drink. In the bridge game Mrs. Harman Taylor-won hosiery for high score, second high prize, bath powder, went to Mrs. T. L. Me- Bits of News Mostly Personal' Mi-s. J. n. Hutchlnson, of Caruthersville, is a patient at the Memphis Methodist hospital. Collier Edrlngton, -of Osceola, was. lakpn to the Memphis Baptist-.hospital yfsWrd»y. Mr. and'Mrs. Marvin Nunn n>d daughter, • Miss . Virginia, 1 will 'return tomorrow 'from k»iis«s City where they' spent severtl days. Mrs. Bilbo Gilbert returned this morning from Texarkana where she visited her parents for ten days.' : .--..-Pat O'Brj'ant, who Is ill at the Veterans hospital, Memphis, U slowly Improving following an operation for appendicitis. • Dr. P. L. Husband, Mrs. Fred Field »nd Miss Anna belle Bryant are In, Plhe Bluff today . for a meeting of the hospital: association. .-.•••' 'Mines:-. Stephen'K. Brooks, Henry Humphrey, Bob Wllks, .Chrisline Purvis nnd'C. A. Hovcy are In Memphis today. 'Mrs. C. J. Cox has returned from St. Louis where she bought merchandise. . . .. A. B. Fairfixeld is ill at his home on West I Ash .St. Mrs. Herbert H. Brooks, of Memphis, and her sister-in-law, Mis. Morris fslin, of Los Angeles, Cal., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Roeenthal the firsl of the week. Claude Cooper attended to business in Lake City yesterday. Attys. T. I> McHancy and Graham Sudbury, of this city, and •Clarence Meadows, of Lcnchvtlle. were admitted to enrollment at thc bar-of the-federal-district court at Jonesboro yesterday by Judge J E .Martincau.. Wood Taylor and Crews Reynold ol CaruthcrsviHe, pttended to business i here- today. -.' .. . Mivand Mrs. W. D. chVinblln had as tnclr-guests yesterday-Mr.-and Mrs: Beverly Clayton and daughter,, and Mr., and Mrs. Lyons of Long Beach, calif. - Mrs.'Wnit Goodman.and daugh- ^er, Lee,-of Memphis, arrived yesterday for:,a. visit with; Mrs. Goodman's parents. Dr. and Mrs. F. D Smith. ' . : , -.'. ..,, . i . . Jjiiige-G.;E. Keck and his court .reporter,, H, ,G: ;Partlow, have re- iSVH!P tl .:st ro .Ki ^Marlon , where .thev were, uv circuit, court.;'.They will gb .to Harrisburg Monday. . ' ,Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Miller, formerly of here, and-now of Helena arrived-this morning to spend several days -here. They are at the home of-Mr', and Mrs. J 'H El kins.. v,- , , -.-• '.: Dr. and Mrs. 1 1. R. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. S. Lemons and U, S, Branson went to Hot:spTiii»s today for the state Rotary meeting. They will' return lomorrbw night Jane WUson, daughter of Mr and-Mrs. Baker Wilson, is 111. _• Among'the-out o( town people here today for the funeralof j p Smith were:-his nephew, Charles Bradshaw, and Mrs. Bradshaw, his nephew, Frank:Bradshaw, and Mrs Bradsiiaw, his cousins, Dr. and Mrs M. B. Hendrlx, all of Memphis] Paul Bradshaw and mother, and Mrs. Arthur Holland, of Dyersburg, Tenn., Mrs. John McCullough of Steele, Mrs. Frank Loflin of Jonesboro. Mr. and'Mrs. Ernest Ha-' 1. Mrs. Stubble-fold, Mr. and Mrs. Blmcr Hazel niid son, Gilbert, and Dick Lewis of caruthei'svlllc, Hugh Oralg and Halt Jackson of Osocohi, Public Schools Invite Public To' Musical Program An all-school musical program, to which the' public is Invited, will be presented a i the high school auditorium at 7:30 o'clock tonight in . observance of national music week. Admission will be free. The program will consist of two parts. The first will be a play. "Music Land," and solo, chorus, nnd specially numbers by pupils of the three .grade schools. The second will consist of selections by t'ne boys and girls choruses ol thc Junior high and by the senior high school male quartet, and solos by Miss Sara Lou McCutchcn nnd "james Pounds, Junior high school students. Nearly JQO eral i c school children will take part, directed by Miss Mary, Emma Hood of the Central school, Miss Alma Peters of Sudbury school, and Mrs. George M. Hunt of Ltmgc school. Band WifMarch Next Week at Cotton. Carnival The Blythevllte Band will play at the Memphis Cotton carnival next Friday and Saturday, it has been announced by the director, R L Morris. The band, of 32 pieces, will march In one parade Friday and III two on Saturday, along with 80 other bands which Imve been Invited to participate in the festival Members of the local band, which is made up of school students and adults, will wear write trousers red capes and red caps. (G >T 5 ° f K, tlle band wl " bc sue-sts at Memphis hotels and the Boys wll stay at the Y. M . c . A. and civic clubs All expenses except for transportation will bo paid by the Cotton carnival Committee. Amonit Uie affairs the band members will attend, as guests of the committee ;™,. bc a -dance at which. Paul Whltcman will play. Pupils Will Broadcast Mothers Day Program Pupils of :' Miss Mary Outlaw's room will broadcast a program over KLCN Friday afternoon, 2:30 o clock. 'in honor of 'tliclrSnbthers- This Is being done In observance of Mother's Day.' Figures show that it costs 50 per cent more to insure a person for passage on ;forcign air lines than it does on an American all- line. Qsceola Society — : rVson'al An old-fashioned square.dunce Is to be given In thc Progressive 'club room tonight from 8 to 11 o'clock, under the allspices of the 'Episcopal Guild. Thc figures, familiar to Ihose wlio remember lh« days of tlie Old Soulh, will be culled by 0. Ij. Moore. The music, furnished by a negro orchestral will Include melodies and nlrs familiar In Dixie In' colonlnl days, ! Mrs. J. |{.' ixu'ewell, president of (he locnl'guild, Is In charge of arrangements. , .'.* *. *. ' • Mrs. Emma Mobiv,'chairman u! of the public welfare- department of the Progressive club, is sponsoring the show, "The Music Goes Round," nt thc Gem theater Friday night for the benefit of Violet cemetery. • "• • - '.*' ' .' , Mrs. U. S. Ijaney, Mrs: Snin Coble and Mrs. Joseph' Goug'n spun Tuesday in Memphis.' 1 Mrs. w. n. Dyess ts.nitemllng lo business in utllu Rock this week. She will return Friday. Mrs. Ely Driver. Mrs. Ed. Qnlnn and Mrs. Jnmcs Qwaltney are In Memphis today. ', ,'•' ] Mrs. j. w. Wrlglil, of Blytlievlllc, who has beei> In the, Houston .'nos- pltal at Houston,' Miss., 1 - Is much Improved and is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Everett Reed, and family. Mr. and Mrs G B Scgraves left today for a two-weeks'visit In Hot Springs, where Mr.' Segrave.v will take n course of ball):).. Their son. Allen, drove them over and will return tomorrow. Mrs. Evelyn Blsno .'of-'Chicago is the guest of. her daughter, Mrs. Morris Silverneld, nnd family. Mrs. Bisno nnd -Mrs JaiTe visited In Memphis yesterday. ' Mrs. Adolph, Wcinbcig nnd son Nathan, spent Tuesday and Tuesday night in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs Robert Summers will go lo strong tomorrow to spend Mother's Day with Mr Sum ners' parents. Mr and Mrs M L Sumncrs. Their small daughter Mary B.. will remain with >)Cr grandparents for the imnmer Mines. John w. Edrlngton, R.. C. Morehead. S. M. Hodges' and C, M. Harwell attended a district meeting of all the • missionary societies in the Joncsboro distrtct--»t Lcachvlllc yesterday, at which the •newly -elected •>upcrintcnd"nt t,n A. p. Pa'tton of Jonesboro, prcsid- ed and Mrs. tdrington rendered several voeal numbers. Mrs. Jack Newbauer <of .-'Indian apolls, ind., is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. William,'Nickels. Major and Mrs P p Jacobs w 111 be hosls lo a. -group of Osccola William Strong Chapter Holds Election Meeting Officers of the Wllllum Slronit chapter of the D.A.fl. elected of- ers In- n mcc i\n K nt . thc , lomfi Mrs. Claude Davis/ at Omw- forclsvlllc. They arc: Regent, Mrs. o, „ ,--,-v nt a picnic nunm „> 0 rider Memorial I'urk this nftcr- noon, complimenting thdr- son, frwl, wlio is nt ho mi) (rom lite U. S. Nnvul 'Preparatory school, All- wpolis, Md., .nnd Ins giiesl, Miss Virginia Marshall, of Memphis. 1 hoy wjll afterward attend Hie old, fashioned square dnnce given by Hie Kpisronul Gullil, in (ho progressive club room. H. 11. tvrrls. niidllor for the Southwestern Deli Telephone Co;, of St. ujuts visited the local ofi fli'e yesterday. . Mrs. E. A. Knst ot Tyronw, <lis- >'lcl chalrninn of Democratic Wo- uen's clubs, will address the local In me progressive club room, afternoon »t 3 o'clock. AH !is and those lnleri>.«IM |n —.... ...«.,. *<HV*VJIVM 1" inc coming presidential campaign ""c Invited lo l>4 pvMcnl. Mrs. L. K. Ilnrwsrg was hostess o two tables of bridge nt Iwr home on Halo avenue Tuesday Mrs. W, ». cook won high prize and second nrlie w*s -led Mrs, Dave Sllvcrblatt. Mrs. Jnck Ncwboucr of was n guest, Holland News Miss Mlmile I.co Kmllh tev of Ml'. Olid Mrs, A. ». Smith, *£" v . nv of • DycrsburE, Temi., u 111 with falm<l111 ' ' i. fever «l Hie liomi! of her . Mis. Reuben I'ucki'lt. : A. T. Kcnn'oli, of Momphli. vis lt«l his slilcr, Mis, M. B, help Monday nfternoon. Mrs. 1 Llnti Cohoon, of Chuffec, Is lici* for nn hulcflnlte visit with her; daughter,- Mrs. P. a. Morgan 'Mrs. Hill Sccoy and- daughter! BtlljC liow, Imvu returned lo their home In Jonesboro, Ark., a tier n f«w dtiys visit wllh Mrs. Sfcoy'B motlior, Mrs. Francis Mvuphy, i.n- llo Jtinnilo Francis Freeninn ac- coinpunlcil them to Jonesboro for Mr Mid Mrs Ollffrnd Coirell, deliver' II* b*ccnlHurt«t« .ser of WnKlcll, visited the Matter's to ll>o'. seventh «nd pnirtiK, Mr «n< \ Mn. PunK'Iten- visit. Charles Wnlkci 1 was tuki'ii to ot n ," ......... "• "' '». »IHUS 01 •rector; vice re B cii!s, Mrs W J Oflvcr and Mrs. Murynret Bnrblcra w Osceola; secretnrj'. Mr.i. O. M. ilnr«-ell of Osccoln; corresponding c. L. Cloi\dc of secrelnry, Mrs. Crnwrordsvlllo; liensiirci'. ' Mrs ' „ Wecdmnn of Marlon; clmplain, Mrs. I,. P. fitter of Nlar- 1011; custodldii of the (Ing IVTrs T 0. Devlin, nnd liljlorln'iis, Mrs', j] w. Edrlngton of OMcoln, Mrs. P. 1. Jncobs of Grldcr nnd Mr.i 8 V. Ncely of Mm Ion. , : The clmpler Is planning to hold a inoothiB June 5 In Grlder '«rk, Grldcr, Ark. Oilier chapters In Arkansas nnd Tcnncssco will be Invited to attend, County Club Women Will Hold Election Meeting The Mississippi County • Pedera- tlon of Womon'3 clubs will have n meeting here Saturday morning, 10:30 o'clock, at the home of file SSft.^ ='S j5BS5tt business'tnkcn'up. The meeting, schcdiilcd for Fi'l- day, hns bceii'postponed until Sal- urdny .because of the Ccntomila meeting at Wilson, the 'Blyllicvllle ho,spjal Sunday morning: for treatment, of a atnmuch ailment. Mr., and Mra. Olnude Rdwnvrts nml daughters, Olnmll>.ii> ami sy|l vlt Ann, of St. lx>uls, W ei e wcc i( 611 uiicsts of Mr. nnd Mrs. J D Hest. nml futnlly. Mr. and Mrs. Unwell Liln e and son, Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. c I 1 Jenkins, of New Survey, ntul Mrs. Ik-lie Wnrd wcix- dinner yuesUs Sunday of Mr. nnrt Mrs. Snm Ward. Mrs. Fnnnle Hay nnd Mrs, Cnl- lle Kenley spent Iliu wi'pk end With Mr. mid Mrs, p, p. Payne ot Porlngovlllc. Little Douulil Wise, who.se right leg was recently nmpiitatcil at (ho Blythcvlllo hospital because of u bone infection, l s rapidly | m p rov . Ijig. He Is tin; ton of Mr, nnd Mis. Cecil Wise. Mrs.- D. K. Hudson nnd daughter, . Klethix Lynn, returned lo their home Sunday' after a visit with .'Mrs. Hudson's parent*, Mi'. ,nd Mrs. Noble Cnpelmrt. J, E. u\y left -Tumltiy morning for Toledo, O., where ho will visit his son, George Rny. and family, r'Cnnhii Ourinjf Allddle Llfo" ;• .Women who are .entering middle life, will be Interested In.the Dxpcri- ence .of Mrs. L. o. McDonald, of Pm-agonlcl, Ark., who writes, "1 took Onrdui during c'inunjo of'llfe. 1 wus So weak, so nervous, i could hardly 70. I-just drugged nrouml, I had 'alntlng spoils nml WQU i(i j lisl B)VC down. My back anil liend hurt. I •end of canlul. I took about scviin ioltlcs. It g«vc me relief nnd Ireiigth, i inn now CO years >««' nd can do n protl ii thc house and „...„>... •niousniids of women 'testify Cnr- ni iH-'iientcd them. If It'does not wneni .YOU, consult u- physician, , . - toson, Sim other, relBllvc.i hoic of the 'A, morel ' high school Smidny nl|ht «t At moid Duptlsl church', Armorel Baccalaureate Service Sunday Night liev. Cecil . Mendows will Buffalo horns have growth 1 ' rlnes; llk«; trees. The EVERY DAY Kodak ilnlslilng— iiiiy 8x roll, , of it loc photo((ii\|ilis, a [or OO/PII, Stnmiis, o for Wylie Picture Shop Across Hrom Hoxy Tlicatre Trotter Will Pre»ent Special'Radio program Bill Trotter, former Blylhevlllt musician, who Is-now with station WREC, Memphis, will ^brondcnst a S|KC!R| program Friday nfter- noon,. 5;30 o'clock. : Iii;. his "Songs at Eventide" program. • he will sing "Vcstl -La Gluba",",'from Pngllnccl. and "Blllle VVIc Dl Nncht." Mother's Day Special 8 x 10 Franie'd Portrait 50 An <J Thb Coupon 1 Groups 50c Extra Offer Good Only Until May lo BELT'S ART STUDIO KLEER-SHEE.R exquisite HOSIERY Style 535— KLEEE SHEER — 2- Thrcad. urcnadlne balanced twist, all silk, sheer and Rtngtess chiffon with .deep after-welt. SI ,"" 52.75 NEW YORK STORE Don't (orget her! And whether the molhei you shop (or is a young gad-about, or a dear little lady in lavender arid old lace, you'll find the appropriate remembrance here. Kerchiefs Fine linen ones, many ctafinlily embroidered. 10e lo $1 Purses The newer styles fn sfinmcry colors. SI lo $2.98 Gloves Washable fabrics ' i n various lengths. . 5Qc and $1 ,New Batiste Gowns - Pajamas Summery prints, dc- • llghtfully. styled. Qticeii Makes WASH FROCKS —Ibices ' 'JR — I.incns —Knits '" —Voiles . : —Prints — Elbttrtd Sheers —Dotted "Swiss — Printed .;plmlty — Shanlunf ';'•'•" —Irish Poplin . —Pebble ' —Crashes . 'styles tjial; 'provide an oppprttmity to break aw;ay 'from the ordinary and Bet a fresh, new viewpoint, on the Cotton press Story. $1:98 to 110.95 Sutiiniery Hals The largest selection of fine summer Hats. §1.98 lo S5 Blouses You'll find -what, she likes in this showing. $1 lo' $2.98 : Lingerie Flatter her with a 3'ft of silk underwear. ...... si.08 tip Slips .....'..... si »Ip Antics ...... 4Dc Up I)ancr. Sets ____ 51 [jp Half Slips ... $1 -$1.08 Negligees ....5Z.98 Vf Ix'trnje Pajamas .... . . . . '• . $2.08 lip NEW YORK STORE Php.ne 146.. Blythcville, Ark PICKARD'S GROCERY OUti MEATS ARE A3 GOOD AS THE'BEST' THEY MUST SATISFY Staple .& Fancy .Groceries 1044 Ohlckasawbn ... , Phono 073 SPECIALS .AMHROSIA- I-AYER.CAKK 19c INDlVlUUAJj 1'KCAN UOl,l,S each 2c DATBiDliOI'S- do/,,12c INIHVUHUI/ COCONUT 1'KCAN 1'IK each 4c MOTH'BU'S CAKKS ' (llcnutlfully: Dcctiralcil) 5()c, Onlcrs Tnken foi I.aytr Alwllict'n Da) (,C'iil«:^ BLYTHEVILLE BAKING "CO. I'hime, |i() Suggestions For Mother's Day ' GIVE' HER: Millinery GlovtH llnndkcrchlt'fs / ['unties Flowers 1'ursts Bciuitlful wlrcllfin of dresses In .Voiles, Linens. Eyelcti aifrt liccs Jusl the styles Mother wlUMtkc. ' .95 to 8.95 Also new shipment'' Df Mllllneiy for M,othci's •finy'- buyers, 'J'Jic Now Economy Shop Bldj. Phone K4 Now toc«Ud it 101 NMth ge««K4 ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER ' SERVICE BUREAU , ' t - DON EDWARDS, Proprietor AU nuke* e( rtbnlli Tjpewrllert, AddlBf MuBlnn tut FRANKS Pure Mcnl I'oiind 1 O,C CHEESE Wisconsin Full Croiim LARD Pure or Compound Pound, 13c PORK CHOPS Lean End Cuts BOLOGNA Whole Stick BACON s '""'-""'"-,,„, SALT Morton ' s 25 c - 3for Hcrehcy •hey 1AC Vi U). 1U SLICED BACON u, 29 C FISH - HENS FRYERS 2-Lb. Kov 18 C DOG FOOD : ,c™25 c Ambrosia Fudge ', / 3' Minute I'udgc Mix. ',. Hcgiilar ,35c Value 1 Lb.'Net TOUR n or, Self R ZJ-Lb. Sacl 73c I'lain or, Self Rising 2-1-Lb. Sack SALMON Alackcrel 3 Cans for 25 c COFFEE ffn's .Sp'ccjal Ked and White S8-Oz. Box 19c Dirtd No. 2'/ 2 Can 15c SOAP Mi;liars .•Pride of India ; ;<MiO HONEY -\ FLAKES R - & ^. 10 C BUTTER G Golden Rod ' -'< - Lb.' ft Quart 19c

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