PAGE TWO Society Calendar Business «K! Profession*! Worn en's club having school party. "' ' ' Lange P. T. A. meeting at 3 p.m. Tuesday Contract club with Mrs. W: Leon Smith. ' . U. D. c, all day meeting at Woman's club. Eastern Star order staled meet- Int, at : 7:3p p,._in. ; ... .... Maple. Orov e cemetery, assbclat ton lift. Mrs. J. G. Sudbury at 2:30 pii'. JY<)ung Matrons Bridge club with 1$S,' Rlley B. Jones. (jfeV Tuesday Bridge club with Mrs; Oscar Bailey. I"! Wednesday ..Central- Ward P. T. A, tn Miss Swift's room at' 3. p. hi: ,Wednesdsy Bridse' club with Miss Owce Webb al 2:30 p.m. .'fTninior high P. T. A. ineefine at 3,p.,m. •Bible study of Cimrch of Christ Wi Mrs. Daniel Webster on Division' street. ','.'.', SiUrdajr .Benefit garden bridge party at W>me of Mrs. B. A. Lynch at 2:30 JWn. for Central War'd.P T A •I" - ' I , Mrs. Everett B. Gee and son. Ev' 'rett Jr., arc at their home in Hie Ingram apartments, having aiotor- fd home from Memphis yesterday. Mr. Gw wtnt down for Uiem. .liri.. Lou Ech<4» of. NUmjjiiU «ptnt trie: week-end iwith iira k:R. : Brandon »nd Mrs. J. A. Qrlnd;!). Misses Martha Griffin and Jane Hipp 'and Paul Hipp of Rip!ey, renn., were g\KXs of Mr. and Mrs, With T at Hotel ; . l fnier e were 17 tables ol guests entertained by Mssdames C. L JBlle, N. B. Menard .and J. E. G»ltz Saturday afternoon at' the HMel Noble. ,;JTie banquet room was nttrnc- tltMy arranger! as a living room ».lm baskets of zinnias, nsters, rwes and dahlias, caught together With grasses, about the walls. In serving the refreshments each ta- bJt.'Wos adorned wllh n small bou- ojjet of bachelor buttons. |}V drum lop table went to Mrs. Mir -A. Taylor for first pi-lie, Mrs. •f^G. S;a! won a magaririe rick for. .second honors and third high', sHfcouettes, were (eceived by Mrs. ettfr Borum. i4 fruit salad was .served with ptK»to chips, ripe olives and Iced ne» Women'] Club Have Sckool Party.. membcring that September days arc school days members o! lite: Business and Professional Women's club will have a school party tonight, 8 o'cloci, al the horns of Mil. O. M. Morgan. •J!J*e Invitations read "Orris, do , m you remember •.,..-, ', iffchaol days begin about Sepferri-' ilii her? fCome In short dresses, ribbons. •;'; Bonnets and curls 1( ind once more be little school ••:: girls." IJMiss Hattic Hmiddy will be the teacher and Mrs.. Morgan, th? superintendent. There Is to be a pcn- dKs for being (ardy at the school called "The Morgan School, <05 N. Broadway." T- • • • ^iire Assembly ' • . ' ''The senior class sponsored the i&embly program this morning vjjen the Rev. P. Q. Korle, pastor of the First Methodist church, *as the speaker, ;.'pc wad as his theme "Qod Hath a.PIacc for Everyone." , Humphreys, and Mr. ami Mrs. Stephen H. Brooks for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. L, D. Chumblln Wt.-.yesterday in Memphis. . Tom Secoy of Jonesboro epcnl the week-end here. Mr. and Mrs. w. D. Clmmblln r., spent the week-end at Evening Shade. Ark., with Mrs. Chamljlln's atlier, ivho Is quite til, Mrs. Cham-- >lin remained for several days and Jr. Chamblin was accompanied lome by his sister-hi-la*', Mrs Essie Davis, who has been with i«r father for a week. 1 •.', ' •. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fletchtr of loiner were quests ol Mrs., Kalch- r'.5 mo!her, Mrs. I. O.-Westbrook; •estcrday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson md children arc expected to 're- urn tcday from Little Rock where he)' wore guests of relatives. Mr. woodson's father is to come homa Mrs. Horace T. Gulp nnj Mrs. «. N. Ware jr., motored to Mtm- )»is yesterday. Mre. Gulp returned iwt night and Mrs. Ware will "omc home tonight. Victor Bray is expected to return °t* oiStt "* vlslt ln *^ V ~ Miss Eva Taylor 'will go to Mcm- phi s tomorrow where she Is to en- rol at Macon-Andrewi Business college for, several months Miss Ruth Whi'u-ortl, spent the «ee»-ond,ln Memphis wither sb- ". Mrs. P. B. ,W,ood and family. I-of Memphis and oln. ' - . ^"Wh of wcek- Mr. and Mrs. W. I,. Tunnel) and daughter dene, of Ch.nute o'ta Mrs. AD >.'£££«£* C3ab • Mislc and Art .' inizrd Satirrday. • .-. = forward to a wlnler ot rtfusic and art activities, the Junite< Music and Art department of ttoe. Woman's clnb was reorEanizec SJitJirday with Miss Margaret I'.;r- Bu as chairman. "Miss Martha Chambers Is president, Miss Kathryn Grcar. vice DTfjident and Miss Virginia Terry. Mcretary. Other members: Missa! Sue Butt. Charlcen Robinson, Mar- aajjet Keck, Mary Spain Usrey, Csr- «tyh Haley. Sara Jo Little! Margaret shaver, • Anna jfay Joajs. Wlen Alicu 9!crnberg. Siinsiilnc Warns. Elizabeth Haley Winllrwl Oocdrish. Mary Ellen Stevens. Eve Harwell, Margaret Milncr, Mrs. Bill Bplan and Mrs. J. w. Adams. iioiror High P. T. A. *l»s Rummage Sales. :i?hc net pront of JIG, realized fcwtn a rummage ,. sale Saturday <JM$bIe<l ihe Junior-.'HIgh P. T. A. to.enroll another student in school today. Another sale of this tiud TO! be held nexl Saturday at the *»sc VL. While baildlng. • •Trie flnanca committee. head:6 Oj;.>IrE. Zal B. Harrison,'and with Mesdames W. Leon Smitri, Ci»r ««ci3 Wilson. John H. McHansy ar.a 3fe S. Dlllahunty as" other rr.cm- Mrs, are in charge of thes: pro- Jwts, Rcna Young of this e!l. »WJ • Roy Douglas of Arroorrl, ob- t*ined a marriage license Saturday iiliss Ruby Atk'ison and Clarence B^ : Dil»-orth, both of Manila, were Wted in marriage Saturday bj Jiu^lce John U. Ncedliam. |-Kl;« Elizabeth Bradford and "-'. l;f};Ser»tt, both of Rowland, se CHUM a marriage license Saturday ii'iJ *' • "i «;. \ marriage of. Miss Mabe um *nd Joe Richards, both cily, occurred Salurday. Tlic . J. HUI read the service. . 31 to M«t T«ni|M. Members ot tro6p 31 of the loca in MemphL, ' t r d T "" L ' "• airSSlTc t5 Lnwrenc-'burir T^,> over for Her "-"M'sh, yesterday home lng llle mmm ^ a Miss Kathryn D:nton left ves terday for Randolph-Mason Wo man's college where she is to at Mnd school this year Miss Wlnn|j_ Virgil Tumor L s i I^ntora today. Sncn. Hodges of Osceola atteiide to business here today. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Tuimdl Ru " 1Btltt • : f- ~..i,,vi lulbufll Ol Canute, Okla.. arc vIsitliiR Mr and Mrs. A. D. Gwyn and family »cnd Courier Nr.is -\Vani. Ads Boy Scouts will mccl at the armory tonlghl. 7 o'clock, when election of irill be held. The. marriage of Miss Ruth Virginia Elder and Charles Hobcrt Aaams. both of this city.- -occurred Saturday with the Rev. H. B Kit- gorc performing the ccrcmonv • ByffiLENWELSHIMER I f J knew you t»*T itd — •^ Jlat you wne JrjU ' fxtry park with btndia, AI trie ni|hi wltii moan. IF I kntw jou waittd *• 1/wW down mat law, N« iaiti Uowing I woull romc 10 any *u, oiJdbecnUri, you w^itnl rml EOrrOR'S NOTE: Thl* 1, the flftk M< la»t article !• a mte* b» |)r, ; fW,kel ft on.th* part (he rlLiS Har W the hunUn body. difcj Dfi ' MOKR!S WSHBEIN Meateal Association, and of Hy-" Ctia, the Health Mifuint Tlw pituitary gland contains • Jirce-iMrli which have apparently diverse functions. Medical science Is only beginning to learn much of what It should know concerning the activities of it!'i*™ d- U u ' fouiili '"side the """- th« forepart of the brain I. the anterior porKon of growm of connective tissue in the :»vl[y of the sex 'glands. The posterior portion of the gland s credited with properties stimulating metabolism, or the chemical changes that go on In tr.e body, and aiso with maintaining blocd ores- sure to some extent through the secretion of a. principle that affects the blood vessels. It hiu also the power of increasing .the moliJlty of tfcc Intestines and.of stlmmaiing the actioas ol ;•»'»««-secreting glands. The pos- stimuJate the contracUons"" 1 ? .m.L, organs.of birth•'so that n aiding childbirth. Be- ii system,-U u also ..used rol of •surgical shock. '. gla • Buna.l^ftr^uiiiawy related to the notion, of . the . Icldnej-s and to the <"*posal of fiui d from i ' f ca Luxbra -I Society—Personal, William George u-as in" Memphis on business. Friday. Miss Margaret - Richards spent intunlay In Osceoln with relatives. M«.' B. o. Wllklns and children, D. O. and Anne Claire, vk- ted In Blythcvllle Saturday. Mr. and'Mrs. Ray Graham and children, Meredith and Olivia, shopped in Memphis Saturday. •Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ttvweatt and \Tlsscs Katherine Bowen nml Neva ' Llnetargcr visited In Memphis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L: L. McDearmnn 'Islted In BtythevUle Friday. 1 Miss Louise Turner visited friends n Blytheville Saturday. I •Air. and Mrs. Frank Vollmer an:l! daughter Fkiy visited relatives In' Blytheville Friday night. i Frank Vollmcr, who haa been! transacting business In Pcrtagovllle, Mo., returned home Friday - nigh,t to apeni'.a few. days. ' :; Miss Elizabeth Davis visited th Blythevllle Friday night, ' „ • Hospitai Notes. ' Patients admitted to the Blytheville hospital today: Hemba Ybuni', Hnttlrsbiirg, Miss., and J. S, Starkey,- city. Miss Iva Carloik, student, nurse, underwent a toh- silectomy. HARRISBURG, Pa. (UP)-Sta£e forest lands produced »76,000 rav- : cma, lii.Hm,for y K 5 overpmento( rft^rlotsMn which 1 tlier foreits - a*o located, according to stale records here. The money was divided to Include »30,0(K) paid school districts; $30,000 paid road districts, and $15,-_ 000 given-county treasuries. '• The money was tnid by the ststa in lieu of taxes on the 1,500, acres of forests it owns. Sweet Cream'Butler 25c Lb. Pasteurized Milk 10c Qt. Delivered /.' Phone 74 Bulgarian ' Buttermilk 15c Qt. v CTo . to . C'h urch S fop T\vo-pi<^-«> Suit or Topcoat Made to Your Order Three-Piece Suit or Overcoat Thr»e <!cprc«pio I ,. s ,,, ;ls j 1 i I1 g low lo >on the wy Tinos, all-vool,- ma.le-Io^Ht? g ? rmenl Be >«r oiTerpc! („ t h c Americ.n « fT tlu- Io 0m9 of the worg l.rgmt rnilU. ^rvcr before have such raw- veipun fahnn hccn offered at tuch low pri««. Will You ORDER XOW FROM BARNES' NU-WA CLEANERS Pituitary Gland Plays Many Paris in Functions of Body al ' Ule entire -s Just, a tiny. bit.' of tissue he;lmmsn.» potency of 'its' secretions in, relationship . to' *" heallh is -Uu be remembered, over; ,h at duces definite actions of the type that have been mentioned but that It Is intimately related to all of the other eland actions in the body.! failure of the function of thlsi (land may result in increase In' wight, lowered body temperature,; sluggish mentality, lack of and even j actual changes in the sex develop- Jrienl of the body. - | ^OveractiYity of tie gland may! .suit in rapid growth of the long POIKS, leading to giantism, it may "rng about increased sudden development of certain organs and a "w tolerance for sugar so that su- i Bar Is excreted in [lie body seen?- f From the various portions of this land extracts have been dev:lop:d . Wilct are widely used in medicine i >n relationship not only to treat- i rocnt of various diseases, but also for diagnosis. Large Audiences Hear Woman Revival Leader Large audiences Sunday greeted ,ll:e.Rev. Mrs. Eiipjia D. Bcoshy, i .who is in charge of the evungclistir; i .services at the Church of the Naza- I rene, Second and Vine streets. I At- the evening serviM- hor tub-1 Jcct was "Eternal Punishment."" She used for scripture text Psalms 9:J7, "Tiie H-lcl.-ked shall te turned into'hell W ith all (he nations that forgot God." A number respondsd o '.the ihvitatio!! at the close of .'he, message, ami some gave their hearts .to God. Mrs. •London, wno. with r.er husband,-is-in charge of the music fpoke to the N. y. 1'. 3. at the regular 'meeting:, l-. er sul>ct 1*1,13 'Life's .Opportunities." A program of snored music will be giveii at the Monday evening service. The revival will eontim:=l through this week with s»rvic»s ; each evening at 7:30 o'clock The. public is cordially invited ; y, SKPTIjiMBER 10, in3'> BKiTisii "Km: FORWARD On Sept. 19. 1918, British forces on the Hindt'iiburt' line ne?.r St. Quentln launched a great attark on a 20-mli? front and, drovi; forward more than four miles, taking thousands of prisoners and many villages. ' ' French troops operating on the same front encountered more stub- ccs operating against the , Bul-j- gailans in the'Balkan peninsular'-'' continued their drive, • taking 45 villages and entering Bulgaria at or.c point. Tlic situation of the Bulgarian Army was critical, and Bulgarian envoys were reported rcquostinB Immediate nig from Germany and Austria if Bulgaria was to continue in the war.. • Britkh, Greek and French for- i W- NUP.SE TELLS HOW TO SLEEP SOUND, STOP GAS Nnrso V. Fletcher says: "Stomach 80s bloaled me so bad I could not sleep, one spoonful Acllcrika brought out all the gas and j:ow I Drug ~- MV/H/e in St.Louis ?top at jEftcfet/Hotel C LA RIDG€ i Aow/ I ° N LOCUST AT 18th In keeping with the trend of ! the times and \Ve Announce a Deduction in a rage • Service Popular price Coffee Shop &Dining Room Qub Bfeakfast 35^ Luncheon 45* and ike B«T 75* DINNER. IN ST.LOUIS When in Memphis stop at Hotel Clar/dtje 35O ROOMS EACH WITH PRIVATE 8ATH b SHOWER (IRCULATINC ICE WATER- from flRYa^ the CLflRIDG€- rAM> Sff ST.LOU/S W/TH WHAT YOU SAVE ' 'to "^-i^^'r-^ It. '-'>'•*. >•'•-• ,- v. memories to-a.loL of jwoplc of the days \vlien lli c l, O ys went marching away with Hags flying unti'hands playing. Chesterfields were very .popular with thosemun who wctitovcr- seas. They wcrn "rookies" then. They're "old vels'' today. And that milder,',satisfying Chesterfield flavor is slill their blcady choice ... after fifteen years! ll was mildness-that first-at- Iraclcd smokers to CliMtcrficlrf. And it's mildness and better taste that is winning new friends for Chesterfield today... all over the country. Next time you'ro short of'cifa- rcllcs, ask Tor Chettnrficlds. Ttay galifficil in '17, and you. can't beat 'cm today.
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