nni two BLYTHITILLB, (ARl.) COVWH WEDNESDAY, APRIL n, 1934 Socki Calmlar Light Trimmings or Frilly Toiirln:s Give Youthful Note tj. D. bi rhceUnfc' Ih Littorji «l home ot Mis. B. R. BogMV Mrs. A.' q. .Ltttie harlntf Ttiurs- U»y i^tihttifch club. U. D. C. mecllng In Luxora at borne of Mrs. E. R. Bogan. Junior High P.-T. A. meeting at school aiidltorllirii, Miss Jane Buck having Thursday Ktght BrWte club. Thursday Bridge blub meeting with Mrs. L. tt. Mbbfe. Mrs. Cecil Shine hdstcss to Mid- Week Bridge tlub, FRIDAY'S EVENTS Dorcas Buhdiiy school class ot tlrst Bapilsl church i-itecthis T.30 p. m. with Mrs. A. Wort, 221 W. Main St. : , Executive board woman's mis- fckriwry society of First Baptist church meeting with Mrs- Jolln Biichariitri, E»sl Cherry S(., 2:W "' m jjATUftbAVs EVENTS' Mines George W. Bsrham, John C. McHahej jr., and G. H. Crear entertaining *lth shower tea nl lh£ Birham home Jor Mrs. Robert Will *hiltlngton who was former- jy Miss Vivtin Holland. County Council Boys rim! Olrls 4-H clUbs meeiltig at Woman's club. . \ Osceola Society — Per*on*l \Vite Hfttttr Ihwii InHUtM Miss ittSriari Cooley, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley, lias been Initiated into- the Sigma Kappa Edrorily. at lhe University 6f /Tennessee, knoxville. When Initiated she was prcsenl- ed a loving cup for the pledge having the highest scholastic average for the pasl two quarters. • * * Woman's Council Meets The Woma'n's Council of the First Christian church met with Mrs. John C. McHaney Monday •fternoo'ri when 13 members attended, Mrs. J. C. Ellis, president, conducted the business session. In the social hour refreshments were served. A FiOfnm Meeting . Tlic 32 members of lhe woman's, missionary society of the First Methodtsl church' who attended the meeting «i the church Monday afternoon heard a program on Brtzll with Mrs. M. O. TJsrey sa leader. She also conducted the de-i Votiprial. , _ Mis. Wiison Henry told of (he missionary schools in Brazil, idrs. usney discussed the improvements in the schools of this country Mrs. L. E. Tul! gave a spiritual message .from the recent conference at Rus&ellville, Ark., and 1/ks. A. B. F8lrfleM concluded the program wjth a discussion from the bpoX ''Eastern Women of Today and Tomorrow." ,ln the social .hour sandwiches, cakes and tea were served by these hostesses: Mmis Usrcy, Pat p'firyant; c. N. Neal, W. A. Stick- mon, SaUie Habler, Wilson Henry and Bryant Stewart. A Dev „ ber, V ' A - erit. Cl ^ .-. .: .Mrs. Mile Crawford entertained UK Youn* Matrons Bridge club »nd one guest, Mrs. Meyer Graber, Tuesday afternoon. In the bridge games two. breakfast, cloths went. to Mrs. Lloyd' Stickmon for high score. The hostess served a frozen fruit salad, with' pecan sweet r6lls and iced tea: legion Talks by Mrs, W. S, tiland of Marlon, oix the club woman of j|ic future, and by Mrs. W. E Hunt of Osceola oh the gardens of Natchez, which »h« his recently visited, 'will be featuris of the program, meeting of the Mlsslsslpp Comity Federation of Wofneru Clubs lo be held here tomorrow Mrs. Virginia Stannard, recently appointed county welfare workei Is also on Itie prdgram for a (alk on the iweds of the underprivileged child. Mrs. Stahnard will talk at the noon day lunclteon whicl will be served In the I'rogrcsslv Olub rooms at the Court House and Mrs. Bland and Mrs. Hunt UK on the afternoon program Will also be Held in the club rooms The morning session, conslstiti largely of business, will be hed i Use auditorium of the First Bap list church, opening with an a<| s of welcome by Mrs. S. M Hedges, president of lh£ hostcj Progressive club, lo which Mis. L G. Bycrly of Leachville will re six>nd. The day's program will bo tcrspersed with music, including numbers by vocal trios from Bly- thcville and Wilson. Misses Edilii Millican, Polly Bealle and Marjorie Williams of Wilson will sine "Sweet 1 Miss Mary" by Neldlinger, Mrs. Geo. Lee, Mrs. Russell Fnrf, and Mrs. Paul Tipton of Brsthe- vllle will sing together and Miss Merrill of Ulythevllle wil cbntri- Initc a piano number. The biennial flection of officers will lie the last thing on the program Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. W. Edring'toh of Oficeola, president of the county federation, will preside. Members ol the literary department of Ihe Progrbsslve Club met Tuesday afternoon at Ihe home o[ Mrs. C. M. Harwell to begin the study of a new text, "On Reading Shakespeare." Mrs. G, B. Segraves was leader of the opening Icfson with parts on the program taken bv Mrs. Geo. Edflngton Mrs. R, C. Bryan and Mrs. L. S Mitchell. • * * Members of the Methodist Wo mens Missionary Society met Mon day afternoon In the church par ors for the regular monthly mis .ion study lesson with Mrs. Oar roll Bird leading. The subject .he lesson was "Women In Indus try in America." Sixteen mernbe \\ere present. iliss Ruth McDanifel and Mr. (ShelleyStiles Wed STEELE, Mo. — Announcement las been made of the m«rrlage f Mks Ruth McDaniel and Mr.) Shelley I. Stiles, Jr., which was solemnized at Osceola, Ark., Siln- day night, The bride, who Is the youngest daughter of iJr. John K. Me- To Open Revival At Presbyterian Church Fridav Daniel, Sr., and the late McDaniel. is widely known Mrs. both :iere and in Rohtotoc, Miss., her [ormei. horns. She attended the University or Alabama and later completed a business course at Clnllicollie, Mo. She is now associated with her father and brother at the McDaniel Clinic ot Stecle. The bridegroom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Shelley I. Stiles of Carulhersville. He Is a gradual? of the Missouri University Columbia, where he specialized in law. A number of interesting affair: are behig planned for Mr. and Mrs. Stiles both here and at Car uthersville. Proper Thing" Rev. W. Moore Stolt An evangelistic meeting, in opening the church year's ork, will begin at the First Presbyterian church Friday and continue through Sunday, April 22. The nee. W. Moore Scolt, D. D.. of "When passing a cup of tea on i,m\ e ijoclc. will be assisted by saucer to sbine one, should you Mrs. Scott and Miss kyda Bess e careful Id see that the handle AtXins in the story hour and pointed at or away from the booster hand, and the Rev. Stuart ersoh who Is to receive il?" H. Salmon, pastor. will be held dally nt Clear Lake News Mr. Hiitl Mrs. G. G. Hayn.es were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Craig. Mi', and Mrs. B. L. Holmes visited In the Earl Wilson home Sunday. Misses Louise Vln, Mildred Ciar- rr and Inna Lou Haynes were guests Sunday ol Mr, and Mrs. Jan Beard. Mr. and Mrs. Hoboii 'Farmer were guests of Mr. iiiid Mrs. O. G. Vln Sundny. Miss Mildred Garner ol Promised Land .spent lhe week-end here. The Rev. W. II. Horn filtcil lib appointment here over the week- cud. 11. A. liaynes and family spent Sunday-in tile Cecil liunn homo at Rccc3, Jolin Taylor and family ol Koece attended church services here Sunday and were dinner jussts of Ml. and Mis. .!. U. layiscs. Tin' Home Demonblralion club net Monday with 23 members present and discussed canning; cco'iting and dress tniiking problems. The kitchen has b™cn mm- pletL'd nntl thp ladies are givh« i kitchen shower. To see (hat you do not spill aucer Is the real concern. It 3M m an(1 ,.„ |n : ...... 1V . . ., I This is the first scries ol revival oes not matter how the hand!?! £ervic( , s al . mllgcd s!ncc the Rev. xiints, since the cup stands on Mr salmon became pastor of the rf- -,, », A P ltc hcr shoiilrt be church |ast fal , ffered with the handle toward ; u „. he person receiving K. j • the 10 present was a new member, "Ih eating corn on the cob Is [Mrs. Mabel Wallace. • proper to break the ear in ialf and hold it In one hand? I ead somewhere that it is incor- ect to cut it with a knife or hrcd it with a fork." Half an ear or a whole, one land or Iwo, il makes no diffcr- :nce at alii Corn on the ear is not for dinner parties! Shred it New Liberty Club Has Mattress Demonstration Mattress making was demon- ilralcd in a meeting of the New Liberty Community club Friday in WOMEN'S MUST DO THIS \Yuiiit'H, tieviU]^ of rcrl.iin in^aiiic iVisUirbuui-vs, nci-ii luxtitives fri-<iiicnlly. IV'iL-a'iniuL is Ilie tlt'liciotis l;i>lHifi rl:i>«- m^^iim l;ix;ilive lli;d miiltiiusa Li.\:iliv« inirrwlifiiL n.-Hnl.Lt]y inv.it.Tiljnl l>> pliy- :iiis. \it\l ctittn <k']k-i»Hs IVrn-rl-lliinl, l ifiLs cli<*v,-ii!f; tliitriliuk'j llu-l;i\;iLivj rctllcriL niorei'Vi-nly inlc- lUc iiilt-itint.'-. thus pvlii^ :L ''full/' innre natiunl ncMuii. N'on-ii:tliil fonning Fffii-a-nuiiL in-vt-r sliwksciurLrrilaloaiMtc-atcorpnU'i. Don't iiillcr "Lixallvc (Irciul," dike FiH-n-ii-niinl lhe lirsL "dangi-rniis ilay" Hint slnrts waste matter IHJISUII veiling into (In-* system. FVoii-:i-imnl conlatn-i iro rirhnc-ts In npKl sloiniicH or ilict cr ID ^cl slal**. "Doliy" ii ilanpcrons—chf-w l-Vt-u-ii-uunt for cosi5liivAlion. lac av.dW^ytilniggi^ts. with a fork, or cut it with a the new canning kitchen. kn!fe r (it you have n sharp one), or hoM one fend in each hand— all three ways are practiced the best families. Notes Mrs. D. Garrett is supervisor of the kitchen. Included in the 18 present were two visitors: Mrs. Carl Davis, of IBythevillc, and D. Garrett. RING Farmer's For Anything la feed ami Seeds 127 Two faithful P.ifoli models Include a street frock (left) of bclgc rctary wool with a faint chalkline cheCk and (altored p!<i«e trimming nnd im evening gowr (right) of sapphire blue organii. iniakins of a dress, there is an es-. basic theme, which relies on the sentlal element which should al-jnole supplied by the addition of a BY JEAN PATOU Written for NEA Service wrmen lor nr./» s>r.,,^ | wavs j )rc6 | t ! c a t lhe crciillon of a'jabot, a bow or a collar for relief. PARiS.--It wo" 1 ' 1 be som e *» M j 60 i.n,"anil Hint is the ccmpictc;These should be important, so far difficult, to indicate the ruling principle certfiln o! insuring a quality of youlhfulness to any dress. As a matter of fact, there is ho set ruling, anyway, so far as color is. concerned. There are m im ^^ ^^ ^ ^ __ Some little • brnek dresses, for «- !n|1 (|lc ut(l .,j, lltcs wnich obviously ample, which are unrmcstionlngly' go comprehension of the modem wo man, coupled wtth a critical eye which (Iocs not allow itself lo be blinded by Icchnicalilies. A dress will have no meaning all. even though it, may offer as dimensions go, to supply the necessary youthful note. On a tailored dress, smaller and tailored trimmings haimoni'Ae better. While « great deal of the youlii- fnorc youthful than many lighter * f 5 >. n<!W me '"' oil's, even when entirely unreliev- . J. L. Hancock, -utas pres- l c( j When analyzing a dress or even style, you inevitably are led to appreciate cither or both from a xchnical point ol view, esi>ecinlly if you happen to be a creator. Setting aside, however, nil cmi- sideralions regarding lhe aclual place U ill tlic category of "creations," if II does not supply that supreme quality of youlhfulness which women demand of dress lo- Undoiiblccily. one of lhe surest, means of contributing a "youim" note io n model Is the use of light pique nn wool dresses. As a matter ol fact, Hie question ot volume In trimmings is also important. Taxc a dress bn)H on a simple fulness of a style depends on the ly Heritage." The Christian Workers were ei tcrtaincd by Mrs. Harry Dri Monday afternoon at the home o her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Johnson.- Mrs. Driver led Hie afternoon's Bible lessoii from the book uf Second Kings. The noil .meeting will be held Monday at the home of Mrs. John Cramer. Mrs. Joe Cioruer was hostess to members of the Episcopal Guile al her country home south of Os- ceoln Monday afternoon. Mrs. S L. Gladlsh presided. The lesson was from the study text, "A Good- Leon Austin gave -A -I-H club party Tuesday iiiglit with 22 members present. After games, sandwiches and candy were served. canning club met last •Ith the leader. Mrs. O. in charge. Included in accessory trimming, much also depends on Its general sllhoiietle.. Yofi can always convey a "young" look with slim, tailored styles or, if you go to the other extreme, by an abundance of frills and feminine touches. One of the essential things to be learned is that a stiff trimming suits certain styles and fabrics, whereas toil and tricky gadgets arc better complements to correspondingly soft mediums. Atlanta, Ga. The wedding wns sol- Ilic funeral of Mrs. Black's mint, etnnized Friday evening at llu-JAtrs. Fannie Ray. Mrs. Black's lionic of the Rev. Stuurt H-. ail- 'iiw'.hrr. Mrs. A. M. Uutt, will re- .The monthly meeting ot the American Legion auxiliary, scheduled for' Friday, has been -postponed to Friday, April 20 when the legion and auxiliary will have a Joint gathering for ihc annual child welfare program. .Dr. A. it. Washburn and Mrs E- B. Woodson, Child Welfare chairman, are arranging the program and Mrs. J. F. Lenti, social chairman in the auxiliary, is in charge of this fealure. The meeting will be. held at the Woman's club. ' * * • Mas CM ' . Mrs. Denver Dudley of Joncs- bpro, houseguest of Mr. and Airs w. LMr, jBmllh, was a guest of the Tuesday Contract club when Mrs. Elton :W. Kirby was liostcss this. week. ... •' : .Mrs. w. D. Chamblin jr., won the prize,. lingerie. A salad p!«t«. W»E served. ir.on, pas.tor of the First Prcsby- erian church'. Mr. McGclicc nnrt his bride have pone to AtWnla where they HIT o make their home. Bib oj Mostly ersona turn with them lor n visit. Mrs. Virginia Stannard nml Miss Cora Lee C'olcman have gone to K;ck tor the S«ciaV Service Manila Society — Personal Mrs. R. II. Jones. Mrs. E. L GUARANTEED New and Complete Line of Hotisc Paints. New and Complete Line of Fishing Tackle. Genuine Aladdon Lamp Parts Me ttUKKE HARDWARE CO. THE woRLols FINEST TYPE OF MOTOR would be planted around the City lu-ri't rm operation upon tits nose 1 ..,. >l the MiMniihis Eye. Ear, Nose .,'!' , jantl Tlnoal hospital yesterday. Hc!, j( t ,° c ' SMII return home tonit'lit. iu-com-| , r( , Mom , cvcnm willl Glrwrtcau. Mo.. Tufcdsy. 1"™^ ^.^,^~ llh n . u .members and four visitors pic, Cole and Mrs. E II. Stevens .... attending the Mate Baptist Wo nan's Missionary Union meeUiv m Little Rock [his week. W. E, Johnson of Lexington Ky.. will arrive tonight for a visi tierc with his daughter, Mrs W W. Prewltt, on his return horn from St. Petersburg, i-'Ja wliei he has spent the- winter. Mr at, Mrs. R. c. Roge of Roscland spci Tuesday In Osceola Dr ami Mrs. c. M. Harwell went to McKcniie, Tenn., Sunday to attend lhe funeral of Dr Har well's aunt, Mrs. Moore Air. and Mrs. Hayes Gowan arc visiting relatives in Owensboro. Ky.. this week. Mr and Mrs. Rose spent Tiies- Iny In Memphis. Mrs. R. c. Bryan will be one of our friehds who attended collcec ogclher. who will be the guests of ' iHlh class mate. Mrs. w R Selling Car! Mr, mid'-wlrs. ^^as IS. .'Reid weu ' oman's Association Mts . j. a Com _ Mmes. W. S. Lnngdon, Alvin! ^ Hardy and W. A. Grimmelt leltj^ today, by motor, for Onkiidse. >„. West Virginia, where Ihcy will o „. ""' !1 ' visit Mrs". Grimmctt's mother. En- route there they will stop nt polnti of interest in Illinois, indiium anrl| |]t | C Ohio and on tlw way home will go' al)( | Web., is the . Mrs. U. h. for a week. ] Those on prr^ram were Misses Lois Randolph. Virtjinia "(I. fiivtHa Gill, Mablc and iOpnl Alexander. Pcnlilc Coi ' arc spending todny In Parag lo Louisville. Ky.. ChaUanoogn. G. G. Caudlll mecllng of groups 1 A3- Hlth Plan, ., he : Kcek, who is seriously Chris! Th*.ChriJ$ Ambassadots of llv: Afcembly of .Ood -Church met Sunday eventat..' Mrs. 6lll«\Bijrns and Leonard Humbert reported visiting sick homes and the hospital. Mrs. Daq DitlCT from Hew York Saw a'<terj. Interesting talk in the form of a mnrd'drill. All young' peopie »rc invited to these sendees., each Sunday evening at «:3S rim. and Nashville. Tenn. They lo lx> away three weeks. Mary Louise Poscy Is 111 at llie (b .. . , Ivome ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tuom. iwrcnc^' Poscy. on Davis avenue.' Everett McDowell and Roscoc Monte spent Sunday In Caruth- ersvllle. Mo., visiting friends. Mrs. E. B. Woodson has cone lo .title Rock for a meeting of thr Qlytheviile were guests ol Social Service conference ns a parrnt'. Mr. and Mrs. . Mr. and Mrs. U V.. Riggins have announced -the engagement of their daughter, .M«ry Lillian, to Mr. Edwird B. Akin, of this city. The wedding will be solemnized eirry iri M*y. * The meeting was dismissed prayer. 'Dr. and Mis. J. S. Compere left viesday morning tor Jonts^borc ik., where they' will spend ;i lev . Virginia :,| !iys _ - rlwy wU1 vis ^ their <| . > , l ,., )l ill, is no tcr Mlss DcsSi allrt Mrs . compen will attend a W. M. U. meeting. Miss Grada Mai Harmon shopped in Memphis Saturday. | Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Hill ol limo iwere here Saturday visHlng their Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ciouch of daughter. Miss Margaret, who is ,- I\CWS a house party at her and their I a member of the local higli n;!icol faculty. .Jack Wral returned List wees lo-ficin Tcnuesr.ee. where hr. visited Anfeowic«ft(*jt TiM b*th made of UM HuirtOwe of Hiss Virginia Burton, ot QKeoU,:,to Mt. Benjamin F. UcOebee, of QKeoU and representative of the local Amcii-J Croud can Legion auxiliary. '--'• Mrs. Allan Walton will go Memphis Thursday for a visit svith 1 relative-. her daughter. Mrs. Berry U. Brooks. Air. and Mrs. W. G. Smith have Jr.. and (aniVly. ; irttnncit from n Visit with lela- Mrs. .Mall MDiiaghan jr.. nnd.Mvrs In Tennessee, daughter, Batbara. ami Mrs. Joel! Vesler <Sht>rtyi Tiiriwi left Chandler spent Monday in Mcm-lMnnd.iy for liirmlnghnin. Ala, tn Phis. ' visit hi-, molter. .icliii Mahan, whose back was Mr. ami Mrs. Floyd liamcy havf oioken in an automobile accident [po:ie to Mississippi lo make their rccenlly at Allaiila. Ga., is rc-iiiiR : homr. vcr>' well at his home here. He i Much inlc-rr-sl Is fcttng sho'.-n will lie confined to Ills bed lor two j In Hie Sunday school which has months. |bccn rcoicanlzcd. Evoryonc Is In- vilcd lo altciut each Sunday morn- Itraggadocio Mis,- Nornii Holt spent ^'.nirlay with lirr pntents. Mr. nii'l Mrs. P. C. Hull Mis. Lucille Hunter ;nif1 !jm- ily arnvrd lost week in tr.nkc tl'.eir homo heic. They forn.nrly livi-d at Louisville. Ky. M-.ss Viola Ueimrll spem sun- d.iy viitli Ntna Huckjlv.i. Carmen linker of Cnruth- Bctlm al lomc in Memphis Friday'atiil s'at- irday. Mrs. Virginia Slannard. county social welfare director, accompan- cd by R. M. Fletcher. 1 O Westbrook. Miss Ruth Goldberg, Miss I'lninn. Mr .s. c. T. Mclvln tVrs. hale ChLscnhall of the - ola relief office, is attending the state meeting of social welfare workers In Little Rock this \vceK. Yarbro News Mr. and Mrs. Thiirm.in Ynrbro siwnt Sunday with Mrs. Varbro's sister at Lotie Oa*. Mrs U. w. self and children spent Saturday nnd Sunday In Bly- heville. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Nccdham pent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Erby Ifodgd of Lone Oak. Mrs. Julius Edringlon ot Bly- licville is siwndlng rjiLs week with Mrs. Ciforge Robertson. ticbrcr Robertson anrt son. Har- s 'Id, spent Sunday with Jim Kob erlsoli. Mrs.' Fanwworth Black duughlcr, Betty, plnn lo return Ina al lo o'clock. to their- home In Memphis to-! G. w. -Jackson morrow after having come up for [ from CCC camp. has retiirn:d ci'iviUV visited her aunt. li. K. ningcnliMmcr. riminr; MIO past week. nrapgnrioew was well vcpir-senl- cd at the Sunday school llon inecllng al ll;e Dapti< at Portagcville. ^^MHH^h^%iS ARDUI FOR vWOMEN (u ih This V-iype si ihc Furcl V-8 is Amcri 5 5 lhe tbrd V-8 is just loafing alonc- Yet ii is ihc most economical Ford The Ford V-8 offers ihc riding ciisc of free action for alfjomr wheels— film the priceless safety of strong ixlc construction. Before you buy any car at any price, drive lhe Ford V-8. SEE YOUR NEAREST FORD DF.AJLF.Il WfS tn^nf— F. 0. B. /1r(n«r..FiKJ Irrmn rAroin* (It/, n ..-( CrrM y— it f ,1 at!,, t i,t:l Imj litwre rh* Now On Display at PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Aulhoiizetl Dealer Phone 810-811 BlyclieviUe, Ark.
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