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f FACT TOP* BL'I TUT ILL! fARX.T OOURIEE KEWB TUESDAY, MARCH80, 19« Phone 4461 B&igton Is Wed To Eiiliie Jo« Howell Ifc.'irid Mr«. Hsrvey Bdington u« BolUnd today announce Ihe m»r- riaet of their daughter, Miss Betty !•&•' Bdington, to Blllie Joe How- lU, jon of Mr. and Mrs Allie How•11 of 0«k Ridee. The marriage was solemmied, Sunaaj, Mai. 28, in Piggott, Ark Their only attendants were Mr. «rid Mrs. .Max Sherwood of Hol- .|»nd. Mr. and Mrs. Howell are now attending tchool at Holland, where Iher iriU gradual* this year. i * , * * CouncilVf Church Women Meet At Christian Church Th* Blytheville Council of Church Wornen met ycsterdny, 2:30 p. "i. «V the First Christian Church for the regular, .meeting, and the election d officers. An organ prelude by Mrs. Rouse Harp was given at the opening of the meeting.'Mrs. J. C. Ellis, president, presided during the IMslness «ewlon "at which time the annual reports'of the secretary and treasurer .were given and other business transacted. , Mrs. H. H.'Blevliu gave the devotional based on the llth chnpter of Hebrews. Mrs. W. I. Denlon, chairman of the nominating committee presented her list and the following officers were elected, Mrs. William H. \Y.vntt, president, Mrs. John J. Fields, first vice-president, Mrs. John C. Mc- IJJRney, second vice-president and Mrs. Walter Dny, recording secretary. These officers were Installed |y Mrs. James Hill Jr. i u At Ihe close of the meeting an iffering was taken, to be sent to Earl Chambers Memorial Ll- rary Fund, which provides books for the Booneville Sanltoriiim. n • • • • » . Business Meeting Held fey Baptist Y. W. A. •^ The Young Women's Auxiliary of ihe Tirst Baptist Church met last night, 7:10. at the church with 10 J&iembers and one visitor, Mrs. tfames Bailey, present for the rcgu- ikr business meeting and a pot lucV Jupper. tt Mian Bernlce.Overmsn. president. . jrwidfd during the business sev '^iioa.and also gave the devotional. <T The group was dismissed with \ r wijer by Mrs. 0. E. Johnson, Courtis '< Recent Bride V "<>*,, Mrs. Russell Bunch was before her recent marriage, Miss Bethel Kinley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Kinley of Holland, Mo. Sunbeam Band 0/janized At Dell Baptist Church The Dell Baptist Simbean Band was re-orgnnized Ins Thursday at meetine in the church. The meeting was opened with group singing and Wanda Jones leJ in prayer. It wns announced at this meeting that the group ttould meet twice a mor.ll> on Thursday at the. church with Miss Joyce Gill as sponsor. Refreshments were served. Bits of News I yellowing the meeting supper was ."•erred buffet style. | v |r1rs. McHaney Entertains £. E. 0.' Club, Guest to Mrs Joseph W. McHaney .was SiostesJ at her home last night to Siembers of G. E. O. Bridge Club iand-one gUMt, Uiu Prances Mc;V During tha evening when bridge ifantM were pl»yed, MLss McHaney iwon high and Mrs. Joe Evrard, j bridge, j The hosier wrved a dessert iKurae. i ./ . . |Mrs. Lloyd Entertains jClub Members, Guests i Mrs. Charles Harker, Mrs. James jRoleson and Mrs. Richard Osborne r vere guesU last night when Mrs. IPiul Lloyd entertained members of I the Hachahome Bridge Club at her ,home. ! During the evening when bridge 'fames were played, Mrs. Harker won (high and Mrs. Roleson, second. i Entertaining rooms of the home [were decorated with Japonic* and jother mixed Spring flowers. I The hostess served a desert course |*ith iced drinks. j Prospector Reports [Alaskan Diamond Strike i REGINA, Sask., March 30. (UP) — 'A prospector has reported a diamond .{strike in the Northern parl of Sas- ikstchewan. the Department of Min- leral Resources said today. \ John G. Johnson, a prospector in ,the Plin Flon area, has asked for I exclusive diamond prospecting 1 rights in the privinec, reporting lh.it j he has found five diamonds, the i largest as big as a marble. 1 W. James Bichan. director of the | i Mineral Resources Department, said (that if the diamond strike is prov- Jed, it will be the first time any dia- rnondK have been discovered in Can- 1 lada. Qsceola Newt Mrs. Emma Moore had as her guests, Sunday her daughter, .Mrs. W. G. Hathorn, and Mr. Hnlhorn "f Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Buchanan spent the weekend «s guests of friends and relatives In Sikeston. Mo. Mrs. Clarence Wilson has returned to her home In Blytheville, after several days as visitor In the home of her sister, Mrs. D. H. Black wood, and family. Mr.' and Mrs. Jnmes Davis of Tallulah, La., spent the spring holidays with Miss Elizabeth Crnig and R. H. Craig. Mrs. Elizcbcth C. Pierce of San Francisco Is expected lortny for several yvceks visit with Mrs. Emma Moore. . ' ' Dwight H. Blackwood, Sr, Is coil- fined to his home due to illness. His condition is reported as satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Lan Williams and small son. Lnn HI'were weekend guests of their parents, Mrs. Mary Clay Hughey and Mr. and Mrs. D. Frank Williams. Mrs. Charles F. Hale returned to home, yesterday after a 4 months visit In Selmn. Ala. with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Crittenden, and family. W. E. Hunt, of Osccola, Minor Taylor and ' R. H. Robinson of Kciser spent last week In Hot Springs attending the races. Mr. and Airs. S. L. Gladish are spending two weeks in Hot Springs. They will return to their home next -week. The Rev. E. K. Sewell, retired Methodist minister, has returner! to Osceola after being hospitalized for two weeks in the Vethodlst Hos- Mr. mid Mrs. Mike Morath and lamily will leave tomorrow for Rhlncland. Tex., where they will at- end the wedding of their son, Paul Morath and Miss Mary Ann Decker, which will take place April 6. Sergeant Samuel Morath, who has besn stationed at MacDill Field, Tampa, Fla., will also attend the svcddln? and return home with his parents 'or a two \vccks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Llndsey and daughter, Linda Joy of Paragould were the weekend guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Llndsey. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. S. Green and W. D. McAfee of Memphis spe.nl the weekend here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edclie Burks and family. Jerry Haley returned last night to Arkansas Stnto, Jonesboro. where he is a student, after spending tin Easter holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith returned last night from Montgomery. Ala. where they spent the weekend with Oielr daughter, Mrs. John O. Weathers, Mr. Weathers and so3i, James Owen. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Weathers and son, who will remain here for a visit. Mrs.. Vcrtion Boyd, ,Mrs. Lucian Gairies nnd Mrs. Leon Robertson are spending today In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Hickman of 651 Chlckasawba Ave . are the parents of a daughter born at Malvern Ark., Thursday afternoon. Their second child, she has been named Mclinda Lewis. They have one other child, a son named Jimmy. Mrs. Hickman is the fonner Miss Charleen Dixon. Condition of Henry Berry, who hns been 111 ft his home for several days is improved. Mr. nnrt Mrs. Percy Privctt are the parents of twin daughters born Saturday at their home in the Pride Sub-division. They have been named Brenon Fay and Ltnrla Kay. Mrs. R. A. Nelson, Mrs. John Caudill, Mrs. Fred Flceman nnd Mrs. J. L. Ashcraft returned Saturday from a week's vacation in Natchez, Miss., where they attended the Pilgrimage, and Mobile, Ala., where Ihey visited the Bcllingrath Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll E. Rlckard and son. Bobby, of Memphis were the weekend guests of his sister Mrs. T. J. Bailey. Mr. Bailey and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill and County Demonstration Club Meets at Armorel Til* Mississippi County Council of Horn* Demonstration Club met Saturday at th» Armorel School with 42 memberi attending. The meeting was opened with group Kinging Mrs. Iverson Morris gave a demonstration on gardening. An Easter devotional was given nd a duet composed ol Mrs. M. L. Swihart of Leachville and Mrs. B. Baldrldge gave several vocal selections accompalned by Mrs. Lacey E. Gordon, pianist. Prizes were awnrded to the following ladies for their flower arrangements, Mrs. W. L. Smith, first, Mrs. Gordon, second and Mrs. Lee Stiles, third. Edward Peterson Awarded Prize tor Hovel Cartoon Edward Peterson, fifth grade »tu- dent at Sudbury, has been awarded a 15.00 prlw for his original cartoon which shows Ihe rivalry between the Republican elephant and the Democratic donkey. His cartoon appeared on the children's page in the Sunday. Mar. 28 issue of the Commercial Appeal. Mrs. W. E. Wade is his teacher. Coming Events Social Calendar Alpha Tuesday Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at the home of Mrs. Frances Gammill at 1:30 p.m., on 1104 Wc.st Main. Following the business meeting, the pledges will take Ihe ritual ol Jewels test. Wednesday Mrs. R. C. Rose entertaining Town and Country Club. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertaining members of Wednesday Bridge club. B. H. I. M. Club being entertained at-'the home of Mrs. Fred Boyett Jr. Friendly Eight Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Carlton Orsburn. Stunt Night Performers —Cooler New! Photo Performers in the stunt night program presented Friday In tht Blylhevill* High School included * group of children who ar« music pupils of Mrs. Eddie Stllbt. Memben of th» group were selected by th» Jaycettes at a special recital for the appearance in the stunt night program sponsored by the'jiiyceHes. The performer*, also appeared before the men of the Presbyterian Church at & dinner meeting last night. In the group ar«: (left to right) Nancy Lou Nichol, Carlen* Lay, Janet Young, Butzy Councllle, Jennie Wren McCalla, Johnn* Claire and Joy Skaller. Rural Club Women Launch Roadside Beautification Home Demonstration Clubs throughout Mississippi County, under the supervision of Miss Gertrude Bond, County Home Demonstration Agent, have selected beautifying of mail boxes and highways as a general project for this year. Plans are being made for National Home Demonstration Week, to be celebrated frbm May "2 to May 8, to be climaxed by the planting of dogwood nnd redbud trees alon^ various highways. Already various groups ate at work cutting letter ii v^isuui ii. i guides and securing aluminum Avalon Bunco Cluo being enter- p aint fm t | le mttil boxes. NERVOUS cranky 'every month'? Ar* you troubled by distress of female functional periodic disturbances? Docs this make you feel 60 tired, hlgh-strunp. nervous— at euen times? Then DO try Lydla E. IMuk- h&m'x Vegetable Coinpound to rclirv* such ^symptoms! Plnkharn's Compound U made especially /ur women, 11 also h«.i what Doctors cat! » stomachic tonic efTe«tl Any drugstore. "LYDIA L PINKHAM'S Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 •Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN I:M a-m. 12:15 p.m. 4:38 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday M-G-M'S TOP-THRILL MELODRAMA! talncd by Mrs. Bill Gilbow at the home of Mrs. Speck McGregor on Dougan St. Mrs. c. A. Cunningham hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club. Thursday Mrs. Don Haley entertaining members of the 'Hiursclay Nig'nt Club 7:30. at her home on E. Kentucky. Jayceettes will meet at the clubroom at 7 o'clock for a pot hick supper. Club Eight being entertained at the home of Mrs. R. C. Allen. Jolly Eight Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Haskell Blankcnship. Mid-Weck Club bein? entertained at, the home of Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Friday Model Meeting of the Alpha Delta Groups included, and the chairmen of the Home Grounds Projects arc: Mrs. W. O. Anderson, Aimorel; Mrs. W. T. Shockley. Blackwater; Mrs. Otis Dodd, Boynton Mrs. C. F. Michael, Dogwood; Mrs. George Rogers, Fain lew; Mrs. Iverson Morris, Flat Lake; Mrs. Rudolph Newsom, Leachville; Mrs. J. O. Huev, Lone Oak; Mrs. R. D. White, Fru- pressivc; Mrs. Douglas Fortenberrv, nocky; Mrs. Clyde Goodson. Sliady Grove; Mrs. B. A. Bugg, Yarbvo; and Mrs. Lewis Baugher, Lost Cane. Mrs. Lewis is Speaker At Dell W.M.U. Meeting By Ruth Millttt She has a reputation for doing everything easily and with no fuss or bother. "It's a gift," other women say enviously. But it isn't a gift. She works as hard at a job as any other wor_«.i. The secret of why what she dot's seems simple and easy and of why she never gets in a last'mlnule dither is that she does yesterday what has to be done today. It is putting things off until the last possible minute that gets most, women in a frenzy. The woman who does things easily Is always looking ahead, figuring out what has to bu done tomorrow as well as today, and getting as much of it done today as possible. Secret Is Planning Because she is always one Jump ahead of necessity she has time to take (jure of the unexpected, time [o enjoy what she plans. Any woman who is foresighted enough to work ahead instead of always ^letting herself in for last- minute rush and confusion could do 74th District Chancellor \To Quit After 21 Years I DANVILLE, Ark , Mar. 30. <UP) | —Judge John E. Chambers decided , today *o step down from the Chancellors post which he hns held for the past 21 years. He announced that he will not seek- re-election in the 14th district. Chambers—along a strong man In state-wide politics—was appointed chancellor in 1027 of the district which includes Yell, Logan, Perry and Scot counties. Judge Chambers' records show that the supreme court has not reversed one of his opinions since Feb. 20, 1039, and that the high court has confirmed 92 per cent of all of his decrees. things "easily." It isn't a knack or > gift. It Is nothing more than the result of careful planning. And it is the one i tig difference between a house that is run by a woman and a woman that is run by a house. H is also the difference between a calm, capable woman who does things "easily" and a woman who is always in a frantic rush because everything always seems to b° wrong at the last minute. Selected Shard Continuous Showing Chapter of Beta Sigma Mrs. M. W. Lewis of Blytheville, was guest speaker at the meeting Phi will °^ ^ rie newly organized Circle Two home of I °' tne Dc " Ba P" st Women's MIs- i family have as their guests, her parents. Mr. and Mrs..Howard Rivers of Elgin, .Texas,-' meet, 2'30 p. m., at the nwnn- «*, , , . . , Mrs. Andrew Moses at the corner sionary Union last week, of Dougnn and Franklin. | Th e meeting was opened with Mrs. Cecil. Wroten. Mrs. Charles 'B™u_p singing and Mrs. R .E. Jones ui r.iK"'. .-ic-.\«B.- * -• - Langston Jr.; and Mrs. G. O. Poetz I ' e " ln P rR y e1 -' Mrs. Gene Morris Moon arid son,! entertaining wilh a party at the I Officers" elected at this meeting Morris Reeves of Bvansville. Ind.,»Hotcl Noble at 1: who have been visiting her parents, ing Mrs. Cleo Langston Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reeves inj Dorcas Sunday School Class of Carulhcrsville, Mo., were the gxiests lne F , rst Baptist Church meeting yesterday of Mr. and - - ~ Moon and family. :30 o'clock honor- ! werc Mrs - c - A - Smith, president; BINGO PARTY Given by the Beta Larriba Club Wednesday, March 31st, 8:00 p.m. AMERICAN LEGION HUT Mrs. M. T. pital, Memphis. He is improved. Mayor Ben F. Butler is recuperating at his home here after a illness of two weeks in the Baptist Hospital Memphis. Nelson Tvill, seel, of the Baptist Brotherhood of Arkansas, will conduct services at the First Baptisl church beginning Tuesday and continuing through Friday. R. L. Nailling has br^en confincc o his ho'ne due to Illness the pns en days. His condition Is reported *s fair. Mtss Jeanetle Simpson spent Easter holidays at her home Eureka Springs. Miss Simpson i. Society Editor of the Osccola Tin John D. Wade, who Is a student at Arkansas Stale College. Jonesboro, has returned there after spending the Easter holidays here wllh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wade. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway returned yesterday from Hot Springs where thty visited for the past two weeks. - Walter Logan and his guest. Cap- inln Augustus Ronald White. R. M., British Foreign office, left this morning for Chicago after a two weeks' visit wilh Mr. Logan's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan. They arc en route to New York. Hodgson Moriinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modinger Sr.. will leave tomorrow for New York, where he will make his home. at 2:30 p.m., &t the church v /fi Mrs. A. H. Wallace ntid Mrs. J. !•'. Regular Meeting Held By Presbyterian Men The Men's Club of the First Presbyterian Church met last night at the church for the regular monthly session. During the program students ofi Mrs. Eridic Saiiba presented several musical selections. A film in tech- nicolor was shown by Miss Alice Snliba. which was taken during her trip lo Syria last summer. Dinner was served by circle members of Mrs. Vernon Thomasson. Rowland as hostesses. Women's Missionary Society Exec- j utive Board of '.lie First Baptist | Church meetinc at 2;30 p.m. at the ' home of Mrs. Marion Williams. Mrs.- A. A. Hardy entertaining members of the C. B. C. Club. Chapter N, P. E. O. being entertained at the home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Mrs. Havman Taylor entertaining members of the Friday Bridge Club at her home. Avalon Bunco Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. Civic Calendar Tuesday American Legion—8:00 p.m. Wednesday Klwanis Club—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 pin. Mrs. Russell Gill, first vice-president; Mrs. Braxtan Gill, second vice-president; Mrs. Allen Hardin, secretary and treasurer; Mi's. Udell Newsom, social chairman; Mrs. Doyle Houston, personal service worker; Mrs. R. E. Jones, mission study chairman; Mrs. Paul Gilli- lanrt, stewardship chairman and Miss Joyce Gill, reporter. DON'T MISS IT! ADMISSION ONLY 50c "Ladies Night" is Held By Local Insurance Group Box Office Opens S:30 Show SUrts 6:45 Opens Sunduy 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored an Sunday at Roxy Theatru Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE b'EATUKt KISS-AND •RUN story of modern marriage) At The Hospitals Illythrville Hospital Dismissed: Philip Lambert. Steele. Mo. Walls Ho.spil.tl Dismissed: Mrs. A. T. Earls, Kcnnelt. Mo. "Ladies Night' was held by the ; i Blytheville Underwriters Association J Friday at the Fly Inn. n W. O. Guerln Sr., piesldent, was in I ' charge of the meeting and the wel- I j come address for the ladies wns giv- ) i en by L. E. Old. ' J Marcus Evard gave an address i i on' the Laymen viewpoint of life j J insurance. A stunt, which was given to select the Association's Miss Underwriter' was won by W. O. Guerir. Jr. and Mr. Roberts. An address to the ladies \vas given by T. F. Dean. Delegates wore selected for the state convention to be held In Little Rock Thursday, April 1st. Following the dinner A dance was held. LAST CHANCE! Registration Closes Tomorrow at Midnight REGISTER YOUR BABY TODAY in Beta's Baby Review Mail This Entry Blank With $1 to P. O. Box 437, ' Blytheville Parents' Name -. ANNOUNCEMENT The Women's Extension Club will sponsor the film "Beyond Our Own" Thursday night, Apr. 1, nt 1:30 at trie Culber.ston Community House . - - «ry ftnun b pfcectl bf Uw midriff •«»• «Wr« M pictured in April IOTM •< G«W H, crtta, hi , f U to IS; aWM f 17. HE'S RICHTI Constipition often brin;l on upset stomach, g«»y diicomfort, fUl- ulence, sour taste. So you wint your UittiTC to relieve constipation and com- foit upcet Ktoraacb, loo. JL DR. CALDWELI'S (amout me<l»ne doc. both. It contains Uiatite Senna, one ol He inest things lot constipation known 5 mtdtcil science. \N» FA* VTOMACK RELItf It Mn taint i reliable carminative lo help itarra «nd comfoit jour upsel ilomactl. So when jou're iluggiih, upitt, »&t W anl lo 1«1 worlds belter, remember Dr. Cald- well'i. Tbis one medicine pvet jou DR.CAIDWEU'S SE \N\UXUIVE mrp PEPSIN pleM&nl relief from constipation, lad •lio comforts your upset stomach. HERE'S ONE LAXATIVE you On like rijht alter • lull meal wilh pleasinl effect. Ask your druggist lor Dr. Cildwcll'n. Get welcome teliel (torn constipation, »n<i Kite your upset slomich coiy vrirroth • nd comlort loo. IVCW riKICKY CHILORIN k,t« It. THIS FOR GIFT IOTUE 1 DR. CULO »H.I_'» | M>n«e*<l*. Illlnoh ATTENTION, LADIES! Do not confuse the AVASHKRETTE wilh other types rtf self service 'laimdrys. YOU DON'T DO anything here but bring your clothes and sort them out like you want (hem washed. WE DO AI.L THE REST! Bring them by any time and return at your convenience. No appointment necessary—bundles finished rough-dry rearfy lo iron or wear, in approximately one hour— damp dry ready lo hang on the line in 35 minutes and we furnish the soap FREE! Take mJvanlag;* of this modern, economical service and make wash-clay just another slop on your shopping lisl. WASHERETTE AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY UiinlncsH Hours—7 a. m lo S p. m. Open I'nlil ft p. m on Monday*, Tuesdays and Fridays Phone 966 Main nl Division Baby's Name .. . Address If Talent, what? . Entered by Phone. . "(Please Sign) Registration Blank Covers Adm. for one parent. April 2, High School Auditorium Black Angel wilh and Dan Duryea Peter Loire O-P-E-N-I-N-G CITY CAFE COMPLETELY REMODELED ORIGINALLY "THE COFFEE CUP" 108 East. Main S(. Phone 3U3G We Feature Fancy K. C. Steaks HOME-MADE PIES AND PASTRIES FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS NEW, CLEAN, SANITARY REST ROOMS Visit Us Opening Day, April 1st Owned and Operated By ERNEST RAY and ELMO CONNEUL lit 'Good Food at Reasonable Prices Pianos Wide selection of models and prices on our floor all the time Piano Tuning And Call repair -by an expert. us for service thai salisfics Music Instruments A complete line of music instruments and supplies From a pick to a bass violin Recordings Let us make permanen records of your voice anc music. • Radio Repair • Sheet Music ' • Radios - Records BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 K. Main Phno« 81 .1.

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