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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIEH NEWS WEDNESDAY, APKII, 30, 1917 firmly Wixson, Society Editor r 9 'hone -I111 Former Blytheville Girl to Wed Minnesota Man in Memphis in May Of interest in nlythcvilk is ihc nnnpimcemhont ui:>.c> by Mr. and. Mi si Maymtrd C. Rtilcs of Memphis; formerly >f JJlyilitvillo, of the "engagement of their riaui'h- ter, )Miss Virginia Elisriibctu stiles, to Rex W. Towey of Monrliead, Minn. The wedding will tnke place- Mayl 17 ill LaBelle Baplist Ch.trclx in Memphis. 1 Miss Stiles is ths firuu'KliiuclUer of Mr. and Mrs. W. )). SlMos. r.22 taulh Lake St., and lias other Relatives here. Hiie attended schqols in BlytlKViile and Memphis and was ^n'.diKi'u'd firm South Side Higu School in Mem- Phis', Mr. To\vey attend>ul Moorhoad High School and North Dakota. Agricultural Coll-',v>. Faigo. He served in the A:nv 'ive years and » held the r;im: of li?ud:n:int at the time of hi> cii*di.\riie. He now! is connected with 'the Cily Engineering Dcp.ntmrnt of Moorhead. Dinner Party Honors Ericlc-elccl Eva Wright Miss Err. Wright, bride-elect ol Horace Coffer of Trimb'.e. Tcnn., uus 'complimented hist ni^ht with anemic.!- of a series of parties being given for her before the wedding' ;s !33lcin!'ii7:d in early Sum- riu-r "y.'hen co-workci's at Miss Whit-! silt's Shop entertained with a dinner pr.rty at the Rustic Inn. A 'crystal bowl of lilacs, tulips, si:iica and other Spring flowers centered the table, which was set for six. The guest of honor's place \vns marked with a violet corsage. Miss Wri£lit< was presented a gill of silver in her pattern. Mrs. Tea ford Hostess With Party at Buixlette - Mrs. Euxenc C. TiMifor'l nf O. ola entertairied yesU?rduy -lEU'in-ion at the home of her nayi'iils, Mr. and -Mrs. C. I- 1 . Tonipkuri oi Bur- i3ette. with a bridge parly for members ^of Tri-Town Bridge Ciub. The Toinpktn.s home \vn.s decorated with elective arrani'.nnents of Spring flowers, arr^nted v,iih lilats. Mrs. Newton Whitis \von hi>!h retire prir.e in bridge vnnies and second high went to Mr.-;. James Terrj-. ' ' Tine hostess served an iced dessert course. Bits of News VirKini.i Stiles Mr.s. Lloyd Hostess With Bridge Party Lloyd Taul lin- Mrs. Monday ni^tit at her home at Bly- thevilh 1 Anny Air Field with a. bridge purty for prospective mem-] bers oi a luuv bridge club and another KUest. Mr.s. Terry -Prcvost. P.os].cclivc members are Mrs. liichard O;')ornp, 'Mrs. W. H. Hnt- i son. Mrs. Harry Bradley. M:'s. H- don F.jster. Mrs. Hubert 'Porte 1 .-. Mr.s. Henry Wilson. Mr.s, Foy Ktch- \ iest't), Mrs. Richard Watson. Mrs. Herman Beshulse and 'Mrs. Fred £tc-dm:in. Mrs. Etchieson won liiph score j prize in evcn'ti:4 ^uines anil low went t') Mrs. Sam dikes. Mr.s. M. Phillips assisted Mr.s. Lloyd, her daughter, in enteituin- in'j ,, C( ,_'Past Ma Irons, Patrons Guests at Rook Supper St. 'Lotus Visitor Honored Wilh Party, Mrs. Price Thompsorrof HI. Lou's, vhituig friends. Miss M'av J ) Hall. iXiis.'Jaines L. Brooks and Mr.--. Rr.b- ert Smith_ here, was lunjred last night, by Tier hostesses wi'h a tf?*:- sert bridge party at Miss Hall's home Ot- jjourii OLIC.M. . WEien the four tnbK's of ^uest; played bridge. Mrs. Allv.-rt, Taylor won'high score prize and Mis', Frances Little, second. Lilocs, spirca and ot,h"i- Spring flowers in impressixe aiTai'.ijcincnl ; decorated entertaining 'ojms and tallies ulso carried out a Spring them'e. Clufe Is Entertained Wilh Joncsboro Party Mcinbcrs of Tncsdny Bridge Cltib- nml two other BlytheviUe guests, Mr.s. Iilton Kirby and Mrs\V. b. Homer, were entertained in Jonesboro yesterday by Mrs. Dixie M. Crawford, formerly of Elythe- \ille '.nnd member of the club. A setting for the group, including 'Joncsboro guests, wa.s formed with impressive arrangements of. spring flowers Mrs. Hiley 13. Jones of Manila won * high score prize 1 in after- noorC Rames,"second High svcnt to Mrs. iMurray .Smart and Mrs. Patrick bi Joncsboro, won j^uest prize. Baptist Class Guests 01 iyirs. Pat Chilmon Mrs. W A. -Slifkinon was hostess and Mrs R. A. Copeland, ro- hoste.ss, last niglit to Past. Matrons nml Patrons of the Order of the Eastern Star at a slipper and rnok p:ir!y at the Stickmoii home, 533 Chicka.sawba Avc. j r.imiinij n .setting for the 14 Klicsls ivheu they played rook were vases of tulips, irises and spirea. ; Mr. and Mrs Gus Eberdl. won | hiah score pri/.es in men's and wo- ' men's games respectively and Mrs. 1 J. D. Smith, rooko. Miss Huffman Hostess To GEO Members, Guest MLss Mary Sue Rowe plavrd bridge Monday night with incm- hi'i-s of Hi" Ciiro Club \vhen Miss Jcttye Clair riuffinnn pn!i-i tained the group at the home of her mother. Mrs. Alvin Hulfman. 11X1 West Walnut St. . The home was decorated wilh Sprint; bouquets of nansics and irises. Miss Lynn Jackson won Miss Cora Lee Coleman plans to return Iliis vu'ekenti from Sotillr Carolina, where she lias been vis- Itlng relatives, Mr, and Mrs. Hyron Morse will KO to Little H'xv: for the invita-.i-m- i'l yolf tournament and to spend Ihe weekend wilh their son, Hyron U. Morse, and Mrs, Morse. W. A. Althek leit unlay in! Little Hock, where he plans lo play in the invilatioual Country Club goK tour- natnent I-'riduy. .Saturday and Sunday. Monday he nlll leave by plane toi pnocnix, Ari/... to join Mrs. Afflict niiil son. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. .Sumuel F. N')rr:s 'A-I')>' in Mt'inphis last ni^h: for a dinner at Memphis Country Clu'i when 175 La.st Arkan.s.'-s riti/.ens met to diyeuss Hie proposed I'^-i^ Arkansas Hospital ] levels and ho; tcssp.s we.e Col anil Mr.-, Hob Snrw- i den of liiuins. .lu<lu<» and Mrs. J.I C. Bond nf W'-si M'.'mpill.s. Mr. and Mrs. Hii[:h Hnnklcy ol llriuk- !ey and Mr. and Mrs liufus IJraneh ol 1'ivan point. Mr.s. Hu.'sdl riiil!l]js aeiiL lo MfinphLs yi-.stirdny ;o meet Mr. and Mrs .1. M il.iiley ami .son. J:;P. of Clnrksville. 'Icin., who will b' 1 tlie rhillips' lioiiMjRurst until Hat- irdny. They will he mmorcd home Mrs. t'hilli]):-. v.-hci will «i> '.o NlltlllVllll!. Mr. and Mrs Willard II. I\"iw e at home alter .-penflinn a bi :ef time in MrmpliL an i:ue:,ts of Mr. Miss Mary Kalhei inc ll'TS'' of loneslmro w"ill tiv the ru»,t a 'ev. .lays ol Mrs. II. Iv Kiiiilh :n vl I.unity. James C. linard v.ill b' :inv ir. 1 , Miose in Little liork for Ih' 1 invi- tatiotiiil poll t-.iurna:r.w. Mi.:. Cinnrd will aei'oiupar.y Ir.in. Mrs. I'riei' '[h<nnp:«>:t )l !s( l.<mi-i is visilill 1 ' Mr:^. James L. Flro ik:., Mi"s Mary .lo Hall and Mrs. Unhurt Smith here. Mr and Mr.-. Wil-mi Henry have as their quests Mr. ami Mrs. George Henry and son. Don. of Joncs- tKiro. Mrs. I 1 . A. Escarrr! and eliil- dren. P. A. Jr., and Di'lores. of Hrnton. Ill . lormerl' of Blytlic- ville. are eucs s cl Ivr p.innts. Mr. am! Mrs. W. It. llc.ilh. at I their liome i-n Hanii'ltl Road. Mr. l-rs-carie, who is In Pre.scott on , husiiu-ys. «ill join his family here j this weekend and aei-ompaoy back to Hcnlon. Four Missco Pupils Seek Class Offices at U. of A. Two lilylheville and two Oseco'la students at the University of Arkansas are named on the list of Independent Party candidates for the annual student election there May C, it was announced today. Krnle <ii|)son of lilythevllle | s ,1 candidate for the office of junior elass treasiiier and Gregory A'.- kins. also of Ulylhcvillc, is seekin!; election as sophomore class president. Miss Hetty J. Coleman and Miss Martha Ann Moore, both or Osccola. are candidates for sophomore class vice president and secretary, respectively. Southeast Missourians Plan Singing Convention Postage Stamp Honoring Joseph Pulitzer Placed On Sale in Blythcvillc Receipt of a supply of tliren-eent commemorative stamps to marl: the lOUlli anniversary of the birth of Joseph I'ulitiy.er was announced today by Pustmaster Uoss S. Stevens. They have been placed on sale. The stamp is arranged horizontally, printed by the rotary press in purple, eli-el ric-eye pirforated, and issued in sheets of ;>U subjects The central dcsiv.n of this stamp is a pnrtrait ol Joseph Pulitzer an oval to the riuhl, with the 1 Statue: of Liberty to the left; across which Is Hi" letteihm "Our KepubUi; and its Press will lii.sc or Pall Together." The dales lull and 1917 appear below the portrait wilh the inline "Joseph PnliUer' 1 just below, Mr. Stevens said. U. of A. to Designate Top Honor Students KAYETTEVILLE, Ark.. April 30. <UP)—Top honor .students at Ihe. University of Arkansas today were anxiously awaitlnfi formal recognition of their work, when the annual honors day convocntlon is held tomorrow. Tile most outstanding awards will be the tsenior scholar ke;/s, traditionally the highest awar 1 that a university senior can receive. Convocation speaker will be Dr. ||' j T. R. Hedges, head of the Department of llural Economics and Sociology. I ntion mrelint,' , o'clock, at horn of Mrs. Bain The Southeast Missouri sii convention will be held Sunday afternoon al the Methodist church in Campbell. Mo. The convention will open al 1:00 p.m. Choirs. <iuartets. trios and duets from all parts of Southeast, Mis- o , monthly session. souri will be .featured during trio I four-hour services. Several solos will be sim;.'. •A business session will be held al 2:30 with the pastors of various elmri'hcs of Ihc district feeing in charj;e. Anncttc Y/histle Maid To Fassifcrn May Queen Annette Whistle, daughter cS M.-. and Mr.s. C. H. Whistle of \Vhist!evilie. will k sen - c as a maul the May Queen at Fassitc.-n .School for Girls. HendersonviUe, C.. wheie she is a freshman. Tin- May Day Festival will be held May 12 Amietle. who was valedictorian of the k-raduathi!; crade school rlass al Dell last year, is one ol Iwo stmlml:; at rassifern who lias macie tiie l-.onor roll all year. •Mrs. \Vlnstle and daughters. Mrs. Geruld bclwaids and Mrs. . Mavis SetllCinire. will po lo Henderson- viUe for the festival. Return from funeral Dr. W. Paul Brnnn or tho Bureau of Research of the University at Arkansas. Arkansas'capital could, unde- Dr. lirann's plan, finance i finishing plant in this state. At present, the I industry processing thousands of l nnissell shells into pearl buttons Is Girl Fi-tjiil lone Troop A.ssoei- located in Iowa. tomorrow night. »\ Dl '- nrann's i.nalysls pomte.i out hat almost (J8.000 tons of shells i'crc taken from Arkansas water-s lurinB Ihc last 15 yours, but almost II of them were sent to Iowa for u'oeessing. By contrast., fowa only •ontrlbuted upproxiinately of shells (UiriiiK the >eriod. Some Iowa button nianu:'a( Dr. Brann said, had expressed the i"lief that factories hi Arkansas could operate at an efficiency levc would benefit the industry a; well as the stale. Coming tivents Oc- high and score pri/e in bridge Barnes bridge went to Miss Rowc. • • * Banquet, Dance Given For Luxora Graduates l.UXOTA. All:., Apr. 33. The L'jKcira llifih School Senior class was honored with a banquet and 'lance Friday ni|;ht by Hie junior class. The banquet hall and iiymnasmm were decorated with bright colored streamers, balloons, gourds ancl cacti which pictured a market place in Old Mexico. The banquet program included soup, "South o( tin- 'Border" ami ''Mexicali Ho.sc." Mini: by the entire group. "Jealousy" v.a.s smii: u.- Wadc McHenry. :, lalk entil.-d "Sitting in tlie Sun" by Hoy WalS- er Jr.. and "Salute to Good Ncmb- Ixir pnlicy" by J. I 1 '. Moore. Ole.in Wbite gave a toast and "To Our] Alma Mater" was presented by J. T. Conner Hach guest was presented a memory book favor anct dancing in lUe uymnasium followed Ihe banquet. EirtJiJoy Poi'ty Honors ! Two Voting Luxofions j LUXC/:iA. Ark.. Apr. StV-JMis* Christine Cuivirt. Miss 'Emma Lee Kiii'iiim r and 'Miss Gretctien Barnes lumincd their apartmeni- male. ,Mi.-^> M:o:ine dll Hurry, anil Miss C.ilverfs brotlier, Plnlli]) Cal- voi'L of .\::ul-:eti Tree, ttilh a birthday dinner m their home at the Home I'A'«iii('ini;:s cottage Tuesday night. OHier gue.ts were -Miss Calvert's parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Cai- vi-rt. and Miss Frances 'Brigance ut Marked Tree. Bride-elect Honored With Dessert Bridge lAIXCK'A. Ark.. Apr. 30.-- 'I'he [irst ol a .series ot ]i.t:'.ies tor Miss Mary Harriett Silhman. bride-elect of .Searcy Mears of Os.ceoln. wis a dessert bvifUu' !;:vcii in tbe Bnw- en home by Mr.s. Ham Uoweti, Mis'; l''raiu:es Held liowen and Mr.s. Claieiue C^rawlurcl. ' Vases of Texas ',:ol(ien ro--cs an.I blue phlox made ;v .sitting m the looms where bridge were played. At the end of the games. Mrs. l.l- hott Williams held huh score and Mrs. Klrca'iie'Ji .Silliman held .second high. The ;;ilt lu Hie lionoree w-as - Cambridge -rvMal u'lilets m n, - r ] chosen pallein. Caprice. Mrs. J. A. Payne and Chester Burks have relurncd from Detroit. Mich., win-re they went for funeral services for their broiiiei' '1 bomas fiurks, known here and :.on of tlic late Mr. and Mrs. .1. K liurks of ulythrville. who \va.s killed last week in an automobile a" cident. Mrs. Payne and Mr. Burks wen accompanied from Cbafiec. Mo by Mrs. T. IV Johnson, sister n Tbomas Umks. .Mr. Johnson am their daughter. Ann Marie, and b Mr. Burks' son. Thomas Earl. He also is survive:! by his wif> j Mr.s. Jean Burks, another .son. Tomi my. and daughter, Dale. WSCS Circles Meet • ORCTOLA. Ark.. Apr'l 30.—Cir- ' i'lt-s of the Woman's Society of Chris)inn Service of First Me'.|iodi:it Church met Monday afternoon at homes of various members. Circle One met with Mrs. G. ft. Segravcs with Mrs. Lucy Puhiom. Mrs. Richard Ferguson and M,-.s. O. T. Gasewilch as assistant, hostess! 1 ;:. Mr.s. C. M. Harwell. Mrs. Nell Rhodes. Mrs. Susie Reiser and Mrs. N. 1-. Gillespic were lu,sv.s';e.s t> Circle Two members at t:ie Harwell home. Hostesses to Circle ThtCL- members were Mrs. Cliff Cannon. Mrs. Roland Boothc. Mrs. Jimmi" Huberts and Mr.s. Ii. K. Sewel! at the Cannon home. THURSDAY Mr.s. Wilson will entertain letle Club. Mrs. W. 13. TIIIIIHT. will entertain Thurwiay' l.imrhccn Club. Jolly I']!i;l!t Club will be guests ot Mrs. T. W. Gnlorth. Mrs. M. O. U.irey hostess to Mid- Week Club. I-'RIDAV Mr.s. Lendennie Fowler hostess to CP.C Ulub. May Fellowship program at Lake itlfH't Mf'tliodjsl C!nnc;i, spuns:>red y Council of Church Womin. lllal meeting (if Council '.vill jjre- •ecd the program. fenii r ijanenel eiven by Hi 1 -irl'.ool Pare lit-Teacher hi'-iii s;-!ioo]. Cli:-]>ter K, P. K. O. Sisterhood cell i,; 1 , :it 110:110 of Mrs. Willarc . IV.use, D;2 Walnut St.. 2 o'clock Button Rectory 3r Arkansas Is Suggested At:-:., < rjp,—The iJcissibility of UK- Arl::aLs;is bullou iii'_t : r.lry \villi U ic Ixfriler:; of ihis s-;itc \vei' 'V totiity by 12,500 same SENATORS Continued from 1'age 1. callinij his 'own experiences as an Army officer, Lodge told the Senate Armed Services Committee that unification is needed to assure the establishment of a clean "chain of command" and "unified team play." Portal Pay—Sen. J. Howard Mc- Giulh, L>., R. I., said compromise legislation to annul ponding portal pay suits would create a "field day of litigation." The compromise was approved yesterday by a Senate- j House conference committee. Me-' Gralli dissented from the majority ruling. The rent control bill before the 3ou.sc would abolish the office of housing expediter and transfer rent control from OPA to any porma- icnt agency selected by the President. Mr. Truman already Ims issued an executive order under which OPA's rent control authority will be transferred next- 'Monday to Housing Expediter Frank Crccdon. The bill would continue rents at prot.ent levels until Dec. 31, giving the President the option of extending controls another three months if he though housing conditions warranted. Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP Want to Keep Hcuithy? Talc liirU,!, linlljit Tin-.' l':iH;* knuwil lln- worl.l .nvr C.,r Hn-ir Artie's Beauty Siiop 3 lit Narlli Koeiiiiil Ktrc'l'l I'l ..... - :>:!« * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. Osceo/a News Bruce ivy Jr.. of Metnphb spent '» hi lef visit wilh his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy. Mrs. J. II. I.ovewcll. Mrs Hose Adams and Mrs. Mary Clay Ilusliey have returned from (;oose CriTk Texas, where they visited Mr, and i Mr.s. Tliad I-'elton nnd familv. Mrs O. W. Knight is in Tupelo, Miss., lo be with her brother. Dr- R. I*. IJonaldson of Ponloux:. M- - 1 undergoim; treatment in TapcV) hospital for serious injuries hr ic- ceive<I last week in an automobile accident. FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Service 3J3 E. Main I'liunc Expert Itcpiiirs Al! Rudioa We Pick Up and Deliver Continuous Shows Every Day. JJox Office Opens 1:45 Show Slnrls 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. <l:3U p.n. ALLMARK Tuesday :>iitl Wcilnesilay Thursday and Friday Yei, Wolher, I m coming to you on Mother's Day wilh a Hatimark Card 1" Take the hint — for of all cardi, a Hallmark card will say [uit what you want to lay—the way you want to say it I Regular $5.50 iMachine Wave $3.50 BEAUTY SHOP Selected bliort Subjects Co nl inn DLLS Showing E Phone 3302 313 North Second T mC nils ZELLNERS u-^ -. .. _ D of Fir.=?t Rp-r-tist Cliurch were pucslsjVV. C. DCnnctt / ut a social and program tneelm- Promoted J/1 Rating ATcncluy pi£ht i Pat 'Chitmon. Mr:;. Jirtii:iv the Iconic of Mrs, LuiiKford travc tlie Mrs. Chitmon presented] n;Vl ij^.n poem and Mrs. R. W. Woolen led in [iraycr. Mrs. (J. L/. Evans th e <jlas s tcaclicr. Stcycns Hnve Son . CoK'inan Steve rtreiHi of a sun i.om yi al Memphis Mt'lhcdi^V Hos- UcnurlL. son t>I Mr I-:. I, Eeunrtl <if l.uxov.i. lo sc;un;ui fiv-.i in Co; pus Mr. siud are -parcn' terdav pital. Their first child, he has been named Co!cm»n spencer Stcvcn-j Jr. •,M:s. Stevens is Die former Mis3 Mary Lou Brewer ol Hot Spring. <-]:u.s a I thr N.ivul ba Cliris'.i, Tr;-;;us. 'Hi 1 is n lypiM in 11 ic Personnel IX'i^iririK'iH. .S"Lunan Hennel t icrocl tiie Xavy in .In no 1'MtI, ant ir/fivcd lii.s bnsi-.' traitiin^ al Groat !,:iV:es. FiL. >Io was i:t aduatetl IMS Iron: l.u^na Huih Slu-nnl ^33p£ LONGER/ f'M W-I//.E VALUES AT ZtLLNtP.'S H Wednesday Night April 30th, 8 p.m. American Legion Hut Sponsored by Yiirliro Home Ocntonslrn- lion Club ASSORTED PRIZES InchuliitK I'arm Products Admission 50c Is National BABY WEEK . . . JIEDEL'S ave Everything for Your Little Angel n NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS Bclovr arc a few of many items carried in our complete stock: Laundry Bags Pillow Cases Dresses Gowns Slips Bands Sa'ques Sweaters Shoes Booties Diaper Shirts Shawls Diaper Bags Chenilie Spreads Hot Plate Dishes Bottle Holders High Chair Pads Quilted Pads Cuddle Nest Comforters BianquiSts Blankets Sheets Pillows Books Baby Pal Babykin Box Office Opens at Opens Sunday i",l('.; Starts 1:15 Continuous Si .,« Sat. >ml Sim. Bargain Night r •••••- Night Except Sat..rj;i; »i- *w*ea Eionnrcd cii ounilay al Ihc Koxy. Last Time Today DOUIlLi: FEATURE Criminal Court \\iUi Tom Cdiuviiv iii Martha O'Dri.Moll Rolling Home witli .lean l\irk,'i \ Kussrll lla\(k Sclcclul Short Subjects Thursday l - 'ritlitv EDEL'S - . I HI I HE It r v-*'»- - ••'•* f' i<&^-''^ Selected Short Subjects

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