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THURSDAY, JUNE 1, BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACE THHEJ??V> Mrs. Pollai'd Honored At Bridge And Luncheon ' Mrs. W. J. Pollard of Detroit, Mich., who Is the houseguest of her sbter, Mrs. A. M. Butt, was guest of honor at a morning bridge party and luncheon given yesterday by Mrs. n. A. Lynch at her home on West Main. The guest list was limited to members of the Wednesday Bridge Club, of which Mrs. Pollard Is a former member, and a few of her most Intimate Rev. H. H. Orr Returns Here To Observe 30th Anniversary The snnpoi'cli, where the bridge tables were arranged for the games, was decorated with mixed Summer flowers, while lilies were used In the living room of the house. Following Ihe games, the guests gathered around the dining table for a three course luncheon. Twin crystal vases filled with yellow am| white daisies formed an atlraclive centerpiece for the table, while the military theme was apparent In the handmade place cards in the form of miniature Hags. Defense samps were given as prizes to Mrs. P. E. Black for high score aiid to Mrs. Vance Norfleet for second high. Mis. Lynch also presented a gift to the guest of honor and to Mrs. H. P. Harwell of Fort Beiuiing. Ga., 'houseguest of Mrs, Baker Wilson,' Final Party Is Given Mrs. R. C. Rose was hostess lo members of the Town and County Bridge Club yesterday afternoon lit her home nt Ftoseland for the final party of (he group for the Summer. High score prize' was won by Mrs. o. O. Langst/in and second ^hlgh by Mrs. G. G. Caudill. with ™ defense stamps given as prizes. Light refreshments were served. Mrs. Edwin Robinson and Mrs. Edith McCool were guests at the affair. Local Soldier Married In Mississippi Ceremony Announcement.'; have been received here of the marriage of Miss Ruby Hnlls of Little Rock, to Stuff Scrgt. Ercyc Btackard of Blythcvllle and Camp Shelby, Miss. The marriage was solemnized May 12 in First Baptist Church in Hatliesburg, Miss. Tech. Sergt. Ray Johnson o! Camp Shelby, a longtime friend ol the bridegroom, was the only alien clan I. Mrs. Blacknrd, who is the flaugh tcr of Mrs. Annie Hale of DCS Arc was educated in the Des An schools before going to Litlle Hock where she employed in an ord nance plant. Sergeant Blackard attended Ely thevllle schools, and was employee at Bly.theville Canning Compan; prior lo entering the Army scvera years ago. He recently rcUu'ue after three years service In Alns ka and the Aleutians and now I stationed at Camp Shelby, Miss where he and his bride plan to ake their home. Thirty yenrs ago, when tlie First Presbyterian Church In Blylhevlllc was In IU early days of existence, a 'young man, newly ordained Into the ministry of the church, came to Blythcvllle with hls.bride to Inke up his first pastorate.' The first Sunday In June long has been a memorable date in the icarts of the.Rev. and Mis, Har-. ey H. Orr, as lhal day In 19H was the day on which the Rev. Mr. Orr neached his first sermon In Ihe local church. It long has been the desire of the couple to return, to Dlythevllle for the 30lh anniversary of that occasion, and Sunday, again the first Sunday In June, will witness, the fulfillment of. that desire when the Rev. Mr. Orr, Jiow pastor in Buffalo, \V. Va., again will occupy the pulpit of hls> first church, preaching .at the evening ervice. ../ The service Is being planned as a form of Informal "get : togelhcr" in special recognition of the longtime members of the church who were here during the Rev. Mr. Orr's pastorate, as well as furnishing an opportunity lor the newer members lo meet Ihe former pastor anil his wife, .who arrived in Blythevillc Ihis. morning from Montreal. N. - C. where he has been'attending a'Oen eral Assembly meeting. Coining lo Blythcyllle "at a 'time vhen 'both the 'church and the Membership were small, the. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Orr sooii became imminent both In thc.rcllglous-nnd inlturnl life of the town. They will ind many changes since their day, is instead of the small structure vhich housed - the church in 1914, oday the congregation boasts, free of Indebtedness, one of Ihe most nodern buildings in Ihe community, m<l the membership, which began steady growth (hiring the six 'ears of the Rev. Mr. Orr's pastorate, has continued Its Increase since that time. Mrs. Orr, who organized Ihe Beta Hi I Sunday School class of Ihe church, and was Its llrs't teacher, will be complimented at a reunion of that class Sunday morning when all past class teachers, with the exception of Mrs. Stuart II. Salmon, who now lives In Jackson. Mo., will attend the class. Teachers who will be present include Mrs. Orr. Mrs. R. E. L. King, Mrs C. M. Cray and Mrs. G. W. Dllla- lumty, present class teacher. Several informal ullalis hav been planned for the former pnsloi and his wife during their visit here Tomorrow night they will attend a reception which is to be given bj the Rev. anil Mrs. Harvey T. KUld who recently came to lilythcvlllt to make their home when he accepted Ihe pastorate of the Firs 1 Presbyterian Church. Saturday ulghl an nl fresco part> hns been planned for the Kev. Mi ami Mrs. Orr when Mr.'and Mrs C. M. Gray and Mrs. Alice Woinnck will entertain at the Womaek home on Chickariiuvba Avenue, and Suu day night, immediately followin the church service, Mr. and Mrs S. E. -Vail will have "open-house •ft yesterday for llrookhayen, Ilss.,- where they will allciid the rndunllon exercises nt Wliltworlh College, where they formerly were indents. They will be Joined there iy Miss Mary llilma Dale of Tal ulhh, Ln,, who will nccompnn> hem io New Orleans, where: thci vill visit several former classmates From New Orleans. Miss Shlbles vill go lo Duwson, Ga., where she vill be the guest of her mint am mcle, Mr. and Mis. G. M. Salibn, Jim Smart, arrived last night roin Slaimton Military Academy Stminlon, Va., to spend the Siim- m'l 1 wllli Ills mother, Mrs. J. II Smart Jr., and his stslcr, Mrs.-J Mell llrodk.s Jr., and family, H. H. Purvis nf Ulylhevllle, lie eompanled by his brothers, J. M Purvis and T. U. Purvis, both o Memphis, arc In New York where I hey lire attending n candy iv.sentalivcs convent Ion, Mrs. Nimnnlly Wade and chll (Iron, Donald, Nunnally Jr., Mill Sue and Tcil Harold, left ycslerda' for Ihelr homo nt. I.enolr, Tdiu nftcr u visit here with Mrs. Wade' parents. They were accompanle home by Miss Christine Humphre who will visit them for (wo weeks. Miss Wf.nilti Lee Humphrey and Miss Joan Nelda Humphrey left yesterday for Savannah. Tenn., for a visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hornet* Ilrilcy. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Scbaugh mid - daughter, Miss .-Jeannetin Jeanne Sebnugh, returned Tuesday Slight from Des Molnes. town. Capsule Wanfrtibe Prescribed For Girls With Small Budget for the Orrs, when longtime friends where Friday night Miss Sebaugh will have an opportunity for an hour of informal conversation with them. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Orr, and the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Kldd will lie guests of honor nt a luncheon to he given Monday at. the church, when members of the Women's Auxiliary will entertain. Dates ami plans for other events will tie made known later. Friendly Seven Club'Meets Three guests, Mrs. Ross' Moore, Mrs. O. O. Elkins' and .Miss Edythe George, were entertained by Mrs. T. H. Hatfield yesterday afternoon when she also was hostess to the Friendly Seven GK'b. The party was .given at the I5u- gene Brown home on -West-Ash, which was attractively decorated with lilies, honeysuckle and' roses. Following an aftermvm -of card games, Ihe hostess served n' salad plate with iced drinks. • • * Daughter Is Born : Today : Lieut, and. Mrs. J. M. Slevens Jr., are the parents of a daughter, born early this morning at Walls 1 Bits of News ; 'Mostly Personal ^-•••" = ;Mrs. Edna Hires left lust night for Garden Oily, Kntis., where she plans lo .spend lliree monlhs wit! her'son, Lieut. Gene Hargett, who is slaiioned Ihere with the Army Air Forces. Mrs. O. B. Boone left last nighl for Boston. Mass., where she wil spend a week before going to Al- bennarle, N. C., for n month's vlsil with her son and family. Miss Florence Maler af nurns- •ville, Miss., is spending several day Hospital. The baby has been named j le re as the guest of-Miss Marj c'ccivcd her degree .of llachclor of Vfu.sfc Education at Drake Unlver- Ity. She* plans to spend Ihe Sumner here wllh her parents. Mrs. Harvey T. Kldd of Mem- ihls came today to be the guest nf her son, the Rev. H. T. Kldd mil Mi's. Kldd for several duys. She came particularly lo attend .he Informal reception' which the Rev. and Mrs. Kldd hnvi) planned "or tomorrow night. Head Courier News Want Arts . A Bomb-Wise Mary Kay. Mrs. Stevens, the former Kalhryn 0111, daughter of Mrs. J. R. Gill of Dell, is making her home there with her mother while her husband pnralroop division sta- uub, Guests Entertained Summer flowers in bright hues dccornled Ihe entertaining rooms of Hie Charles Langston home at Number Nine yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Langslon was hostess to members of Club Eight and two guests, Mrs. Ralph Nichols and Mrs. Jesse M. White. High score , prize was awarded Mrs. G. O. Poetz, while Mis Laugston was second high. Iced drinks were served during the afternoon. » * * Service Man Honored While Home On Leave Mrs. Woodrow Williams entertained last night with .tn informal dinner and picture .show party in spcclhl compliment to Joe Alexander, who is home on leave from his duties with tile Navy at Miami, WThe 10 guests were seated for dinner at one large table at the Palace Cafe, and following dinner the parly went lo Ihe Ritz Theater, mid Mrs. Jesse Plynn of Little Rock, who are visiting Mrs. Wil- American troops who took nnd Hams, while the encst list included Mr. Alexander's family, who are. slashed through lo effect June- making their home here while he 'ion with Allied forces, advanc- is in service. Sue Wright. Mrs. J. W. Wright is sligh1.lv improved after having been seriously ill for several weeks. She lint now been removed from Walls Hosnilal tn her home on West, Main Street. Mrs. M. Fitzsinimous had for ler guest yesterday her cousin, -lent, Charles Duncan Haynes of Murfreesboro, Tenn., who was en- oule from California lo Pennsylvania. Aviation Cadet and Mrs. Joe Owens of Niagara Falls, N. Y., lire naking their liomc with Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons while he is In trailing at BAAF. B. H. Levy returned yesterday 'rom Memphis where he spent several days with his daughter, 'Its. Selma Levy Allenbcrg. Mr. ami Mrs. J. A. Johnson and laughter, Jeannette. left this nfter- •ooii for a vacation (o be spent at poinls in Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Qucntin File and nfant daughter, Karen Ami, of ^afayette. Ind.. arrived (his aftcr- noon for n visit wilh Mrs. Flic's nolher, Mrs. Charles A. Wood. Mr. Pile will return to Lafayette afler a brief stay here, while Mrs, File and Karen Ann will remain for two weeks. Miss Evelyn Shiblcy and Mis'; Tonl Boich of Sleubenville, Ohio, Keyej, Out-of-town guesU were Mr. above, to whom Italians sur- Salerno, leads Terracina, Italy, and ing from Anzio beachhead. Saddle Oxfords White drill with tan calf trim, Avon Sole. $5 W ff= tjCMW'Aji IHUVIE^S .^frflOC^^ , \»-i o « i m «v T- o<V In Niiiv York iimlnlniiifil liy Unlli:il Otflt-c mill-. rrofesslimitl Workers. mont'8 notice, Hint night. Furloughs turn up suddenly these days and the young office worker should be feiuly to meet her beau at the ring of a telephone. VI,AY UP UOOi) POINTS Two suit type* are generally best for the girl with n capsule wardrobe. Tlie classic (jlciV plaid In muted shade. 11 tnkcs readily lo colorful accessory changes, and It's ns well- mntcd lo sweaters as to blouse*., She limy prefer a dresser suit, Imtead, This season It tnlght bo a monq- lone Shetland, wllli high buttoned velvcl-lvlmmod jacket, u style that can take Its blouses or leave them iiloiio ,HIK| In (he litlter ciise, slm- uliilfs a two-piece dress. The com eliould team well with the rc.it of the wardrobe In color nn ( | fabric. Of a simple, well-tailored style, It should be roomy enough to wear over suits ns well us dresses, classic enough-to last two or three years. • Before buying anything, however Miss Olflce Worker will size herself up In ti mirror . , . rccognl/e her faults, then indulge tn camouflage. Sh<< should play up all her good itolnts, anil shop for slmpltc lly of design In the lines Ural uve most flattering lo her faco am figure. MII.KAdK IMl'OllTANT Quality Is nn even more Important fuclor lo the girl who phns a 1 limited wardrobe, for 'her clothes (jet more mileage, It's a'good Idea to study fabrics . . . then when shopping, |o examine'the materials; ask question. 1 : of the salespeople, and select thoJe which will, slnnd, up not only In. the actual wearing but also In Ihe cleaning. Office workers cim'l afford to Invest Iti n suit or dress Hint ilocsn't hold Us shape, bags or wrinkles easily. As lo color . . . everyone loves It . . . but-she must choose carefully, uol only lo hnvmonl/c will) her complexion but to blend with Hie other things In her closet. The life of each dress-or suit can hi extended and Its personality Chang nl with different accessories, t.lghl- welghl wool dresses 'can double foi Coming Event, ' r , . Friday .LuncheonfChi»,BWStof-, wlth'Mrs.'W. Wlth'Mrs.'W, M.'McKewJ*,'.*,'*< '"N Rec*ptlon at Presbyterian M«n*« > for members ol the chjuch »nd '' friend* ol the corgr&atlon, I iotj 1 ' 10 p. m. * _ 7 ' " <• ' // ft Mrs H. A. Copeland entertaining o. B, O. club, t , ' Initial Club raeetln**with«Mi».- Cecil araves. ' i^'' ^f **V ' Mrs. Tom Mnbry entertaining 400 Hub , , ' , , Ladles Bible Gloss of Flrst'Meth- Kc*d Courier MRS. E. E. STANLEY'S SPWINR ROOM NOW OPEN 6 DAVS WEEKLY 10 a m—12'in , 1 pm—5 pfa. No Night or Sunday'Service* WrIUrn for N'l-A Service BV K'lTA GAYNKS The white collar girl Is one of Ihc forgotten, people of Hits war. At her typewriter .she makes n considerable contribution to Hie war effort, since 11 takes ns.miinv pounds of ynpcr as pounds of steef to build a modern war plane. Slie Is -also a volunteer wnrworkcv aixl a girl whom our millions nl boys In the irmcil services look to ns • sweet- icard, friend and correspondent. As part of the fixeil Income group be replacing, both .within Ihe same whose salaries have remained staltc yen''. A Milt Is the basis of nn In- luring Ihis period of rising costs, lerscnsonnl—Interchnntjc-ablo wnrd- she has many problems. Some of robe. This years sull Is flrsl lo hang hese she will discuss with -profes- on next year's elollies tree , . . slonnls, scientist, and other white H carries over ;from one season to collar worker nt a National War- the next, may, be dressed up or lime Conference, June 2 and 3, In down for office'or date. H will see 'any girl through the day, then with hnnge of accessories, j ""- (Army photo from NF.A) • On!y woman (o licar, firsthand, j just how successful is every ; Alfed bombing mission from ; Englar.d is WAC Tech. Sgl. '. Olga M. Ilunchak, above, of Pleasant City, Ohio. As secretary to a USAAF general' somewhere in England, her joh i is to make stenographic record| of the round-table discussion ^vvhich lollows every attack on^ '__' ," v thc continent/' lough dnle lii, town. SUIT IS HASlt) . . Uvcry closet holds good, left-overs from another season. She imi.sl not them out', freshen, them lip, and count them In when making her calculations. Biwlo accessories, shoes, bag, glows, must be kept In mind while .selecting' clothes, When deciding how much to spend for c nchU>nlflt, a wise yoiHMj girl will allow, more for n winter coat or suit. Naturally, she won't office or (lute, and will serve right through three scusons, worn will or without a coal, The basic black dress Inus been known lo save tnnnj a gliTs lite, for If she's smart she'! learn how lo glamorize It wilh i glittering piece of Juwclry, a colorful bell, a few bright flowers lucked at the waist, or i\ brilliant scar draped at the neckline, Us a gooi Idea lo keep u 'spare right In tli> desk drawer, loo. If the moilcrn miss goes shopphif armcil with the word "dovelall 1 rather llinu variety) she'll always he well dressed nnd well Broomed, ready lo meet uny ucciiKlon. Kangc Kilters 1'liin Kodeo ; ANADARKO, Okln. (HI 1 ) — The, Cuddo county, Oklahoma, Range •lllderi; have .announced plans for a rodeo to be staged at Anadnrko July 21, 22 and 23. The horsemen's organl/allon lias nininiicd for prl/t's Drlglit moment In a soldier's furlough she must manage lo look .al- laellve and well dressed on very limited builgel. IL lakes careful lining, but contrary to general belief, she can streamline ;. her wnriirolie tn»m<Ue.h 'her -life. 1 Dui'r able aiid , practical but prelly cltilhes will see through the hardest day In the office, a night nt tho Stcno-C'antcen, or the gayest, fur- I'."GUM Tcnt'hcr, scholar, nurse and Inl, All chew HOTCim — hits the sin>t. Get grand new £0fy-e0$r ROYAL Only y 3 price of old ROYAL Contains no Cream of Tartar |ust/ry iliis new baking powder; Thai's all we ask. For once you taste the wonderful hot breads and cakes it gives, you'll aitiuft use ill Thai's why we make ihis daring offer. Go to your grocer. I!uy one pound can at the regu- lar low price and he'll give you another pound absolutely VRE& Remember, it's made by ROYAI. —jour guarantee that it must be gooill Hurry, hurry-don't misj a chance like (his. Offer good for a limited time only, ttli olTii dan Mt opply In MiuluFppl. S.A.S. 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