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•LTTHiyim., (AM.) OOVKIB NKWB TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1934 WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS • Mrs. Francis ^arpenUr and Miss Hurl Hardln having supper parly for Miss Margaret Cross, brldi elect, 7 p. m., at borne of Miss Hardin. Sudbury P. T. A. meeting nt school, 3:15 p. m. Mrs. W. H. Mlnv-ard liavlnB Wednesday Bridge club. • Mrs. Mall Monaghan liavlng bridge breakfast for Miss Mar garct Cross. Bible study of Church of Christ •meeting with Mrs. Waller Clark, J:30 P. M. Delphian Fine Arls club meeting at Hotel Noble, 9:30 ». in. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Pat O'Bryant and Mrs. Clifford Joyner entertaining with bridge party at the J. T. Hood home on Barfield road, 8 p. m., for Miss Margaret Cross. Mrs. Byron Morse entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. O. G. Caudill. Thursday Night Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Renkerl Wclcn- kamp. Armorel P. T. A. meeting at school. Mrs. J. H. Elklns entertaining Thursday Bridge club in special compliment to Miss Margaret Cross. Yarbro Methodist Women's missionary society meclliiB with Mrs. Ben AltKen. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Women's Democratic club meeting at Hotel Noble, 10 a. m. Elmwood Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. Whistle lit Dig Lake . SUNDAY'S EVENTS j5" Cross-Segraves wedding, 5 p. M., ;> at home ol Mrs. A, M. Butt. DAN-THOMAS — GEORGE SCARBO Bib oj Neic* Mostly Personal Osceola Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Elkins spent Sunday In Wilson, going down es- wclally to see their grand daughter, Beatrice Elkins, Infant daugh- .er of Mr. and Mrs. Charles El- ilns, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elkins, who are now miking their home with Mr. El- Xlns 1 mother, Mrs. Eva Elkins, near Wilson. Mrs. Clara Perry spent the week nd In Memphis. She *as accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. Flora Lucy, who is convalescing from u major operation. Members of the Elliott Fletcher Chapter. U. D. C.. will place flags on the graves of Mississippi county Confederate dead on Sunday, May 13, which has been designated by the national chapter as special U. D. C. memorial day. Mrs. S. L. Gladlsh of Osceola, chapter historian, is engaged this week In a survey of cemeteries ol the county in an clfoit to locate all of the graves. The organization, ago placed on the few days courl house Mr. ftnd Mrs 'Horace Loving O f|«x>n> s Nashville. Term., and Mrs. Earl lawn here a huge boulder of Missouri granite In which a memorial tablet lo Confederate soldiers of south Mississippi county will lie embedded. Members of the Presbyterian Ladles' Auxiliary entertained their husbands and men of the church nt a buffet supper in the club the uourt house hero evening. An informal offleers will be are: Mrs. T. E. . Amwel t. t. A. Will - Haws Last Meet of \t*i » The Armorel p. T. A. will have ~ its final meeting of the club year ".Thursday afternoon when the new installed. They Tale, president; Mrs. MM Womack, first vies president; Mrs.-J. C. Ellis, second vice president; Mrs. J. O. Mnncs, third vice president Miss Clarice Kennedy, secretary: Mrs. Billy Williams, treasurer; Mrs. J. R. Gteadman, historian; Mrs. C. E. Crtgger, parliamentarian. Plans for • the annual "summer round-up" wiU be made and Lloyd Adcock. superintendent of school, will' speak On "Advantageous Use of the Summer Months." B»i S«Ft»r Given The Armorel P. T. A. had a box supper Friday evening, at lire school, when the program was furnished by students of he Shawnee school under the direction of Miss Mary Leonard. Dance num- May Become An Interesting Pupil" and because Flcda Mae Thomas; "Why Con- Health week. Inuc Jane the Study of Music" Alice Hester; "Sketch of Life of MOHirt" Lucille Abbolt; "Biography of Mondcllsohn" Dorothy Jean Foster; "Negro Spirituals" Mrs. Iverson Morris. Other numbers were two readings "By the Sweat of her Brow" Uuita Prlchard. and "Jimmie Jones Studies Geography" James Alton, Vickcty;-a vocal number by Hnth -discussed with C. A. English tak- Ptinnell;. a violin-solo by Amy Huth |1"B «]> Rembrandt and Fred Bur- this is National s]H)nsoml locally by this organization. Members of tire Perry 4-H club, under the direction of Miss Bentrice Vickers, presented u program on "Child's Feeding Program." Iiierain, of Trenton, Tenn., have returned home after a visit with their sister, Mrs. J. H. Elkins, and Mr. Elkins. Mrs. H. A. Smith and ton, Homer, spent Sunday In Paragould wilh Mr. Smith who, Is employed there. Miss Alice Whitsitt and E. B. I.yman motored to Paragould Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend and son spent Sunday In Hoxic, Ark., where Mr. Friend addressed the Black River B. Y. P. U. association In its quarterly meeting. He Is slate president of Ihe group: Mmcs. Theodore Logan, J. p. Friend, Tom Howard and Ollie Foster, Miss Delia Puitle and Walter Logan spent Saturday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Joynei spent the week end at Union City Tenn., with Mr. Joyner's parent*. Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon has moved to the Bourland apartments, at he corner of Chickasawba avenue anrt Yarbo road. Mrs. A. Conway and Mrs. H. H Houchins attended a luncheon in evening of games was enjoyed fol- owing the supper with C. D 'errin acting as master of ceremonies. * » » Mrs. J. L. Olascoe, Mrs. O. W. Knight and Mrs. C. N. Pace were hostesses to circle B of Die \fethodlsl Missionary society a postponed meeting at tile home Miss Veldu Adcock led the art study In which students of her class In junior high school participated. Dutch artists, wlro specialized in portrait painting, were Morris, plario selection "Morning Dcwdrops," composed by Miss Minnie- Lee' Jones and played by 'Alice Joe McFnlJ. For Hie concluding number Miss. Jones told Hie history nf Iho club and fxhibllort :i medal which will be given (he slu- dent having the most practice hours. An Ice course was served In the social hour. Have Spaghetti Sifiper Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lenll entertained 21 couples. Inducting Mr. bers were given by Elizabeth Ann . „ . . ... . Langston, Jean Grossman and ^ M ^,. J A.!^™ Kathleen AEhley. Barbara Burns gave a reading and a violin seljc- tion was played by Kenneth Wann. Eastern i>tar Heeling To Be Attended by Guests At the meeting of the local of Mem- Flo0r vils " of sptlea (lcco ' i > t « 1 ilalv In discussing Interior painters. Alice Saliba spoke of De Hoock and Tcr Borch. Buysdall and Hobbenmun. landscape and marine painters, were discussed by Iris klrbnii. Mrs. H. L. Reynolds discussed the script plan In urging members of the group to cooperate in the. movement. Mrs. H. A. Smith was enrolled as a new member. + » i Junior Christ Ambassadors Meet The Junior Christ Ambassadors of the Assembly of God church met Sunday afternoon. These officers were elected: Mil- of Mrs. noon. Olascoe Monday after- Cariithersvlllc. Mo., when Mrs. John Sawyer sr., entertained in compliment to Mrs. John R Rlggs. of Little Rock. James Warren Tomlinson, three year old grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tomlinson, fractured his hip severs! days ago when he fell through a window, on the second Boor of the State hospital at Kal- celvlng treatment for tuberculosis amazoo, Mich. The child was re- ahd when lefl alone in the room jumped through the closed window, ire Is now resting very good. J. A. Waterman, returned to his home In Memphis ; today after a brief slay here and Mrs. Water? man, who accompanied him here,' will spend the rest of the wect with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lent!. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Micrrow are moving to the apartment of Mrs. C. J. Little on the Yarbro rot-d. ho ball rcom where the long table ' clre(1 Cllrt(1 . president; Imogene ' ' was arranged with unwls of red ' Dool l'- vicc president; Gcraldtnc tulips on It. The Itnllnn menu was Br v ra »s. secretary; Nellie Boswell, erved in buffet fashion. treasurer; Virginia Henry. leport- Latcr there was dancing. Eastern Star chapter Tuesday evening, 1:30 o'clock, there will be several guests. Mrs. Frances Bogan of Luxora, grand deputy lecturer of the 15th district, Dr. Ellis of Monette, grand scntinal, and Dr. Tucker of Monetie. grand worthy patron, will attend. Has Unite Party Mrs. J. E. Hasson entertained with three tables of brldpe Saturday afternoon at her new hofne on Davis avenue. Wygelia, spirea and Iris decorated the entertaining rooms for n springtime color sclwmc with tallies of the same motif. In the card games Mrs. Russell Farr won the high score prize, hosiery, Mrs. S. S. Slcrnbcrt: received hosiery for Ihe cut prize and Ihe low score award, bath powder, went to Mrs. L. H. Moore. Have Party Misses Lila Mac Morris aud Geneva Gurna were hostesses at a surprise shower parly Friday evening complimenting Miss Mary Lillian Rlgglns, whose marriage to Mr. Edward Akin will la kc place foon. The affair was given at the home of the bride's mother. Mrs L. E. Riggins. Spirea was used for decorailnns and spray of this was on the refreshment plates' of a chicken salad, cake and hot chocolate. In tire bunco games Mrs. Jc.; Seamen won hgh score pri*> „ Picture. The bride elect was showered with assorted gifts. Mefc CM Metis Gloria Mae Yarbroush, Eben Lawhorn, James Alton Vtckcry Ouita Prichard and Eleano- Pounds entertained 65 mcmbei- and guests of the McDowell Musi: club Saturday afternoon at Hi home of Mrs. Dewey Yarbrou?h in Steete. Mo. Ruby Nell Ogle, president. Ic the meeting In which each mem ber answered the roll call by giving a musical term and its mean ing. Piano selections were playc by Louise Reerea, Etokte Barnes lias Birthday Party Dick McFiill, son o( Mr. and Mrs. Joe- McFall. was six years old yesterday so he friends to assist Ing (he occasion. had '20 of hlsi" in 5 him in celebrat i Christ Amliiissatiors SIpcl The Clirist Ambassadors of the Af.sembly ol God mcl Sundav eve- befi 3air.cs ami contests were plnycd i {5 n sick hom ' ore his ii'.olhcr served the birth- ij5 cllj ' Tm'ls V | Mnmic Perry and Frankje | Booker ^reported n lril thcj . vis n c(1 day cake wilh Ice cream and can-I Olllc "urns visited several sick lies. inomrs nnd Invited several lo Sunday School. The jail service was not Iield Sunday afternoon bc- Has l.unrliccu For Brlrte-Klrct. cause some of the yomiK people '. and Mrs. L. G. Byerley anrt Mr. family, of Leachville, spent' Su'ii" day with Drs. Carl and Edna Nies. Mrs. A. K. Carter spent yesterday In Haytl. Mo. The condition of Mrs. C J •r*nr, who is critically ill. l\ unchanged today. Her daughter, Miss Kate Crane, of Verona. New Jersey, will arrive Wednesday night «nd her son. Charleton. of Port Allen, La., is expected today. Her brother-in-law, Albert Wylie. his daughter-in-law. Mrs. William Wylte. and two children, of Woodville, Tcmv. arrived yesterday. F. S. Winford, who was seriously Injured in an automobile accident near Wilson several days BED. Is resting very well at Campbells clinic. Memphis. Mrs. Winford, who is in Memphis will Officers and circle chairmen o the Baptlsl Woman's Missionary union attended the monthly meet ing ol the executive board Mon day afternoon at the home o Mrs. E. L. Cole and discusse business projects which will be presented to the union at it business meeting next Monday. • t • Judge and Mrs. S.- L. 1 Gladis had »s their guests Sunday the son, Jim Goodrich, of Memphi accompanied by Mr. and Mr. Loyce Garner and Mrs. W. I Murray ol Memphis. Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Cole hav returned from a three weeks sta in Hot Springs. The Rev. Cot whose health is much improved occupied his pulpit at the Kirs Baptist church Sunday. Roland Green of Blytheville wa a business visitor in Osceola Mon dny. l J. S. McCants is suffering wit mumps at his home here. Miss Jennie Ralph, wlro has bee onyalescing for several weeks fol- ig .a'-gollcr operation, returned oday to her position at the post- TlW. Miss Nell Rhoades, who is ill of pneumonia at her home here, was said today to be improving slowly. Mr. ami Mrs. J. L. Driver spent Monday In Memphis. Mr. -and Mrs. H. C. Bryan were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. [. T. Russell in Memphis, Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Coleman and her .mall daughter, Bettie Jean, re- urned Monday Irom Tucson, Ariz., whe're they spent the past two mdntlis. o weeks visit with her pareiils.', )Ut on at breakfast mid lunch and F l,lH Mrv M\*ll>i»t+ /^L,,_ I'm «n ". ...._. r. and Mrs, Mrs. Jetse Clinton Chiles. of Marked rce visited Iricnds here Friday. J. H. Grain .Is In St. Louis on usiness. Miss Mildred Osborne ria of Vic- Ihe week-end guest of Issrs Ruth and Gladys Barton Mrs. H. C. Davidson and daugh- rs, Alice Anne and Bobby Jean, id Mrs. Anna Davidson of Bly- jevillc were guests of Mrs. W. F. "llson Friday. Ilie Proper Thing" supper above and to the left of forks, but never at a correctly set dinner table. The salad plato, so often used, is Incorrect except when served as a separate course. The salad should be on one plate and served lo the main plate as vegetables and meat. Huffman News Here are .some "don'ts" in table citing: Don't pin ribbon trimmings ou our table. Satin bands and bows ave able no more place on a lady's than have chop-house ap- urlenance.s. Pickle Jars, catsup Kittles, toothpicks and crackers re noi, private-house table orna- icnts. Crackers are passed with oups ami with salad, and anyone ho wants "rellshc.s' 1 can have lem in his own house (though :iey often insult the cook). But liese are never presented at lable n a bottle but are put in dishes vith small tcrvint; spoons. Nothin? ever served from [he jar or bot- le it conies in except certain kinds if cheese and wines. Saucers for vegetables arc "con- rary to all eticiueile. The only ex- ra plates ever permitted ave the bread and butter plates which are Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Crabb and daughter. Geraldine. and Mrs. Smith Bruckin were business vih- tors in Blytheville Saturday. Mr. ami Mrs. A. L. Beavers :ttul amily were W3ek-cnd guests of elatlves in Hipley, Miss. Dade Forrester and Mr. and Mrs. Lcxlc Forrester and son of Greenville, Miss., visited rela- ivos here after visiting at Tyler, Mo., and at points in Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Poole of Tyler, Mo., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ccci Sayre. Mrs. Jewel Hundhausen of Scy- ppel, Ark., visited Miss Peggy Holmes here last week. •si Weeks were guests of Mr. nud Mrs. J. B. Cunningham Sunday afternoon. Midway Notes Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hall of Hoxio are visiting their nephew. Iia McCiintock. for a few days. Miss Mabclle Walker was sick with chills hst week. Clarence Hill was sick last week. G. W. Stanford was a visitor in Uixora Saturday. Jack Hill attended church al Luxora Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McDonald and their nice;, Miss Neva Williams, attended church at Osceola Sunday. Guaranteed Treatment For Tender Stomach Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets bring quick relief from stomach pains between meals due to acidity, indigestion and heartburn. If 1101 your money is refunded. Kirby Mill Town Hems J. B. Cunningham's condition remains critical. Sam Burk's sister from Ohio is visiting him and his family. Mrs. Estella Bradford of Oak Ridge is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Vcrnon Jon?s. Mrs. Cora Lawrence, Mrs. Cook Mrs. Ruth Parker, Mrs. Annie Watkins, Mrs. Thelma Beedings Mrs. Nora McFadd'.'n and children, Mr. and Mrs. John Northern of Holland and Mr. and Mrs. Ern- Bros. Drug Co. —Adv. M2 Fresh Fish When you arc lish hungry Come To McFall Fish Market •115 West Ash Fresh Fish At All Timi's MORE THAN 50% LONGEI NON-SKID MILEAGE om Ihe central light fixture; ud there were bouquets of sweet o.is. in imtal dilutes, and pink oscs and valley lilies in sllvrr] These blended with Mi.-,-' roiKiec and the miniature! fastened to hor gUts. Her placf was marked with a x>w of pink embroidered tulle .nd a miniature bride nnd brlrtu- room under a wedding tell. Thr ilacc cards were .similar to thi^ nrt favors were tiny silver wed-i|x,. n 11ns bells. ' ' After the ssrvlnj of Hie Ihrrc- cmrsc menu. Miss Cross was Oiowcrcd wilh a mi.wlhnroits as- otlinfiit uf gifls. The hnslt-.v; also pr?.-,-.nt?d Mrs. .1. p. Hollnnd. by Mrs. Joo Robcrls. Manila Society — Personal ^ bride, a silver basket. Has Club Party. Mrs. J. P. Holland members of the Thursday Night Bridge club and several guests at h:r home. 71S West Main street. Spirea anrt iris decorated the living .-iiiri sun rcoim where th" Ihrce t.iMrs were arr.inacd. Mrs. 'T!' „ " lKl S ' 5tcr """ tl '" J °™- ug- ters .11, tl Miss Je;mc Downing were Bljiheville Saturday aflcrnoon (ioini; som; shopping. Misr. Marllm Ulythe was Ihe tinnier guest of Miss Lois Williams of Le.ichvilb Sunday. Rev. W. J. LeRoy. pastor ol Mrs. Virginia Harper nnd daughters. Miss Irene anrt Mrs. Dun Orrell. have returned from Grecni leld and Sharon. Tenn.. whcrt ey spent a week with Mr anc rs Giis Orrell ,irid Mr. and Mrs H. N. Pnesl. Miss Jane Lofn,, b visiting her Iioflln. at Ho will also spend a Rock before return- Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Langwl tor™ 1 ""''" 1 to . th » lr "°'>ie her, „ ™i,,,A° ^tehoma'^rt "*"' Hantisu Taylor won tli? club priw. v) j nc '" ..' hosiery. Mrs. Dixie Crawford re-1 her "sou. " -- a large congregation at the Methodist church in Manila Sunday even- Ing while Rev. j. w. Moore filled the pulpit at the Lake Sire; church. David is spending celvcd chief. A salad Ihe guosl prl/e. htuulkcr- iti Caraway, visiting Mrs. W. T. Coats and Plate was vrvcd th-U!""li ljr <lro ™ lo ^^"e 10 "- T <™ Players whS inc^dcrf^ MmeV.' %$!? ™« M "' ^"V C»ls Charles Perry. Dixie Crawford. Rilcy B. Jones nnd Whit Good- Hbert Lawhom, Sylvia Reldman. i ~.z:i anrt Miss Nell Harris Gloria Mae Yarbrough, EHoieen Freeman, L. T. Moore, Jearictte Jetn Seatauch mnd Eleanor Pounds. Piano 'doeti were played by Louise Reeves and Gloria Mae Yatbrough and ChrUUnq and Josephine Bryeam. These talk* were (ton: "taTeoUooi at the piano" , CUriynne n«em*n; "How OM BKlness Women Have Art Study and Health Program Members of ilic Business and l>rofcssional Women's club had an art sludy and health program In a meeting last evening at. the Ooff Hotel became It was the regular tiwe for the monthly art ituSy turned with them. Paul prings and she points of Hisns. Ark- Wilson Society — Personal Mrs. Charles Lane entertained th(i Wednesday Bridge club and one guest, Mrs. S. A. Hcgenold, lasti week. Mrs. Walter Card hek! high score. A minstrel, directed by Mrs. S. :. .Brandon, Jr.. assisted by Miss Louise Turner of Luxora and Miss Jeanette Phillips, .was given by the Junior class at (he school auditorium Friday night. Dances were given by Baby Ruth Turner, Louise Matthews and nilsy Siller- inan, and vocal numbers l>y Wooil- row Tunic and Earl Kobe:Is of Luxora. C. L. Shaw, Claude Shaw. Milton Clinton and the Missrv. ,Mar- ]ery Williams and Ruby Cum attended (he State Students Council at Liltk Rock. Mr. nud Mrs. .1. C. Perkins have gone lo Yeilvlllc to spend three months with relatives. Mr. Perkins Is recuperating Irom a recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bc.UI spcnl the week-end with Mr Beall's brother, G. u. Bcal, .it Marigold'. Miss. Mrs. W. If. Norsworthy of I)c Witl. Ark., arrived Suniiay for j. w. Moore has gone to Jackson, Miss.. to HUend thc Bcn . White there he .. eral conference. will visit in the home ot Prof and Mrs. j. M. slurp. Mr. and Mrs. o. 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