BLYTHEVILLE, (AftK.) NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1941 Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harold Anderso nentertain- ing Jolly Eight Bridge Club. Mrs. J. D. Smith, having C. B. C. Club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Cotillion Club- having costume ball, 10 o'clock, afc American Legion Hut. Amber Accent Has Club Party Jonquils decorated the home of Mrs. Cornelius Modinger Wednesday afternoon when she had the Town and Country Club party. Playing with the club members were Mrs. Carroll Blakcmore and Mrs. F- B. Levy of New York, houseguest of the Mociingers. Refreshments were served after the games in which Mrs. James B. Clark was high and Mrs. C. K. Wroten. second high scorer. • *> * Flays With Club Mrs. J. H. Elkias played cards with members of the Delta Contract Club Wednesday afternoon when they were entertained at the home of Mrs- L. H. Moore. ; Bouquets of jonquils about the entertaining rooms established the decorative motif of the party. Tallies were ornamented with the same flowers. The hostess served a dessert course. Mrs. H. A. Taylor the prize for high bridge games. was presented score in the Complete Plans for Cotillion Club Hall Plans have been completed for the Cotillion Club costume ball to be given Saturday night at the American Legion Hut, the dance committee announced today. Bill Karchvick and his orchestra of Memphis' are to play for the dance, which is an annual affair of the Cotillion group. Dancing will begin at- 10 o'clock and continue until two o'clock. Members may call for their programs today. Friday and Saturday at the boms c: Mr. and Mrs- R. A. Ne^cn. « * » C5i2|sttr D Se^s For libfc tied Gro^ Tv?v i^r-T D! Chs.ir.r D Bits of Newt Mostly Mrs. James H, Bell is .spendin this week in Helena, with her sister. Mrs. W. B. Tanner, and family. Mrs. La Vrrri Porter, who underwent an appendectomy at Blytho ville hospital 10 days a»o, was removed to her home at the State Line Wednesday. Mrs. B. F. Gay. Mrs. P. (}. Roth- roi*k and Mrs. C. W. Cinrri»an spent Wednesday in Memphis- W. S. Langdon Is .spending this week in Memphis with his daughters. Mrs. Byron Bartholomew nn'd Mrs. C. L. Smith, and their families. Miss Loulix/Ja Thompson and Mb.s Ei.sia Wilson -spent Wednesday in Memphis. Mrs. Parker Johnson of Ncwbcrn. Tenn., came Monday to spend this week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Q. Yules. Mrs. H. E. Fisher fl'.'W to Washington. D. C., Tuesday night to be with her son. "Bud" Fisher, who was .seriously ill at an Alexandria hospital after his appendix had ruptured. Although peritonitis has developed, he is improved today according to word received from Washington. Mrs. Fletcher Spruce and Mrs. J. L. Tyrone and Mrs. Jack Parker will leave in the morning for Fort .Smith. From there. Mrs. Spruce will take a train to Topeka. Kans.. to visit relatives ror two weeks. Mi's. Parker and Mrs. Tyrone will visit the Rev. Eupha D. Boasley in Fort Smith until Monday. They | will be accompanied home by ""Mrs. j Parkers' daughter, Brenda. who has been visiting the Rev. Mrs. Boasley for several weeks. Miss Chiles Is Wed To Thomas Threlkeld OSCEOLA, Ark., March 27.—Mr. and Mrs. E. S.. Chiles announced today the marriage of their daughter. .Miss Jean Chiles, to Thomas N. Threlkekl, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Threlkeld of Blythevlllc. The ceremony was performed on Jan. 2G, at the home of the bridegroom's grandfather, the Rev. T. N. Threlkeld, pastor at the First Presbyterian Church in Jonosboro, v.'iih the Rev. Mr. Threlkeld performing the ceremony. The bride, who is a senior in OM-t'uIu hiyh .school, has been pop- ulur In music circles of the city and county for several years and ha.s .sung regularly over radio station WMC for two years. The bridegroom was reared in Ymmi, An/., but returnee! to I31y- thoville with his parents around icr years a&o and nttended Arkansas State College in Jonesboro. He is employed in the AAA offices in Ihi.s city. Mr. and Mi's. Threlkeld are at liome in the residence; owned by Mrs. A. G. Brickey in the west end of town. The latter will continue her school work until (jrudualion m May. FUNNY BUSINESS -i /MOT Steele-Cooter Society—Personal CHOICE MILLIONS World's largest seller at lOc, Other saving sixes—36 tablets,20c—100, lady, the more I work the iitu»i>ruT Mrs. \Villis KntcrUiiiis Mrs. C;us Cooper, Mrs. While and Mrs- Dick Mk'hie wore ytifsis of Mrs. Marvin Willis when she entertained her Thursday Hridyeteer.s club at a luncheon ai the home of Mrs. Lewis Lester Thursday evening. The luncheon con.si.sird of ,n ulacl course, dessert atui iced drinks. The hi^'h score award went to Miss Doris Barnett. second huh to Mrs. Lester and bridgo award to Mrs. Cooper. \TECKLACE, bracelet, lapel flower and earrings of glowing am- 4 N ber are chic with this casual spring ensemble. The longer length jacket and the knife-pleated skirt are of violet flannel. The .-weater blouse is pale cream, and the fringed scarf-turban is violet. cream and ureen plaid. O. Sir Mrs. he Reel . its. n.i Cross in eciij- • r. Foao^in:: dinner. Mis;; Nannie darhe Srn;'h his music teacher. piiVftd lor ihe ?.roup. and Susie Thylor ar.3 Bill Hamilton presented 3ETET&. This CE &E day jne plans in oras - have 10 do a series ich the onr.e a the Rec rine irom S until croup had lunch. Compliment Panama Visitor "With Party MTK. -Csflkm Smith Jr.. entertained Tv-ith B (lessen bridge al uer countrr home Wednesday R[i~moon in compliment to Mrs. George M. Powell of Panama Canal : Zone, ~ho is visiting her parents, Judge and Mrs G. E. Keck. Among the 12 guests was Mrs. Ellis Snipes or Jackson. Miss., houseguest of her mother. Mrs. H. L. Chambers. Easter colors of purple and yellow appeared on the. spring UUHes and the gift packages. Sprins flowers were arranged about ihe entertaining rooms. After the hostess had .served her dessert, course, bridge was playrd. Mrs. F. Don Smith \vns presented the prize and a gift was also given the guest of honor. lias Kirlhclay. Tarty Jamie Charles Pox. ;-.on of Mr. and Mrs. Jamie T. Fox. entertained 11 quests for a dinner party last nigh'i at his homp in celebration of his ninth birthday. His birthday cake with the nine candles formed the centerpiece of the dining table. Placccards were favors of rabbi',-; and Easter oc:i;s wrapped in cellophane. Jouquh? and other ilower.s \vero arranged about the. rooms. Before clmuev. a qui/ program was conducted by Mi.ss Marv Outlaw, who is Jamie Charles'" teach- Pull the Trigger on 'lazy Bowels, with Ease for Stomach, too When C0!u-Lip;iti»n !'.ri;;c-. ou :.<•;,! •:,. digestion, stomach ;n>:d, Vib-iniv .VV'T.V spells, gas. ccvted toi-.giU'. f.wr ta'M. aiui bad breatn, your clohiavh i* 'jroivibk- "crying the blue?" IXXJUKO vnss'r iv-.u.-.•'•-, aon t move. It auL- for Are Guests of Club Mrs. G. D. Hammock and Mrs. G£-ort:r V. Roth were guests of Mr*. Erl B. Cook "Wednesday afternoon when she had a party lor members of the Double Four Bridge Club. A spring scheme was carried out. in the party decorations bL'ing emphasized in the bouquets of mixed flowers and in the tallies. A salad plate was served 'after the games in which Mr.s. Theodore Logpn was high and Airs. T. J. Barnes, second hiyh scorer. JvickrWiJll^ Plentiful When Gvni Class Starts their cars on Hearn street and enter the gymnasium on the west sicie where they will be registered. The class convenes at 7 o'clock. Mrs. E. M. McCall- chairman of the committee in charge, has announced that upon registration, a fee of SI monthly to take care of overhead expenses of the gymnasium and instructor's salary will be paid. Mrs. Finch, who i.s an accomplished swimmer, did her physical education work at. Illinois College in Jacksonville. FileD ivorce Suits New Liberty News Honor .Mrs. Pillow Mrs. D. G. Pillow was guest of honor at the Birthday Club party ( given Thursday afternoon at the ' home of Mrs. D. Garrett. Mrs. ! Jimmy Johnson became a new 1 member and Mrs. Darrol Lunsfbrd and Mrs. Floyd Fondren were guests of the ch:b. Tlie hostess, assisted by her daughter. Miss Opa Garratt, and Miss Gladys served a salad plate. Mrs. P. H. Maddox will be hosier' for a Dulcli luncheon at her home Thursday. April 3. in honor o Mrs. Johnson. - * « • Gives Party Mrs. P. H. Muddox gave n party Tuesday afternoon at her home in compliment to her daughter. Mrs. C. L. Jarratt. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Williams and Two divorce petitions were Hied \ sons . Robert and Billy of Memphis,' in Chancery Court here yesterday. | Tenn.. were the week'end guests of ' Mr. and Mr.s. J. C. Williams and family. Mr. and including: Tony Bradford Thurmond vs. Lula Ester Thurmond, and Le.ssic Defer vs. Trov Defer. "Kick right. 1-2. hick left-, 3-4!" will resound through the iii^h school gymnasium tomorrow ni^lu when enrolei'.s ot ihe women's gym classes swin;: into a.-ikm for the first time. The classes arc 10 be held each Tuosday and Friday under MIR direction of Mrs. Boyd Finch. Amor- | ican Legion Auxiliary is sponsoring ', the jirojix't' which ii i.s believed will be a permanent program. No visitors or observers will be ! allowed in the gymnasium. Only ; those actually partic-inntin^ in thr '• gym work will l>n i>iTspnt for the i classes. i Members arr ;uivi>cd so -.I'.u'k i Fruit juices, milk products, and beverage extracts, are being made in powdered form, with an atom- iv.er, by a Danish firm. Mr.s. D. Garratt spent Sunday at Steelc. Mo., with Mr. Garratt's mother. Mrs. J. H. Barber, and Mr. Barber. .D. C. Pillow, who has bren seriously ill of pneumonia at his home, i.s improving. Mi.ss Palsle Sue Paul of Blythc- ville spent last weekend here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hopper. Announcements have arrived here of the arrival of a nine and one- half pound daughter to Mr. and Mrs George W. Cook of Steele who are .spending the Winter in Ft. Myers, Fla., on Monday of last week at a hospital in Ft. Myers, j Thi.s is their third child. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barnes are , announcing the arrival 01 a nine i pound daughter on March 18th at' their .home near Holla rid. The baby has been named Gloria Joyce Barnes. - . Miss Jo Wright has gone to Ham- ! mond, Inri.. tor a "visit with her sister. Mrs. Gerald Roadman vmd .family. j Joe Russell, Mrs. Linnie Duke and Mr.s. Rucl A.sher spent Tuesday in Memphis where Mr. Russell underwent frr'.itmcnt at. the Methodist hospital. He will return to the hospial next week for a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hopper and Mr. and Mr.s. Arthur Wagner and children were visitors in Blytheville Saturday night. Mr.s. Luther Howell has returned after a week's visit -with relatives in Dyersburg. Tcnn. Mrs. E. H. Herrell and daugh- ter. Frances, were visitors in Bly- iheville Monday afternoon where 1 the latter underwent medical treat- | inenl, ' Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hobbins have gone to Hot Springs, Ark., where they will remain for several weeks while Dr. Rohbins is recovering from an operation. < Mr.s. Jack Yan:ey and daughter ] left the i'ir.st of this week for Flint. Mich., where they will join Mr. Yanccy to make their home. Mrs. Harold Davis of Blyiheville spent Tuesday here with her parents. Mr. and Mr.s. G. W. Fowler. Family Corners Honor Of Class Valedictorian PEWAMO. Mich, i UP)—It has become almost, a tradition in Pcwamo that the graduating member of the Jandrrnoa family from high school will be valedictorian. Three times since 1935 either the sen or daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jnndernoa have topped their cla-ss in scholastic standing. First it was Rita, then Jean and then Donald this year with a 3.9 average. Donald expects to enter the medical profession. IF YOU SUFFER PERIODIC Hnuw Hlnr. Marli. IVfiite. New Vmur-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration Trim. Whilr Trim. Trim. Uluc Tun S.Vcs 3— H) 1 $ '? Kid I I Gal>ardinc A Patent '£ Iligli, WEAKNESS And Need To Build UpHedBiood! If pain and distress of 'functional monthly disturbances make you feel weak, dragged-but;, pale, cranky, nervous at such times-try Lydia-Pinkham's Tablets iwith added iron). Pinkham's Tablets .not only relieve monthly pain (headache, backache). but AlLSO help soothe upset nerves due to female periodic complaints. Wonderful to help build up red blood and thus aid in promoting more strength. Hundreds of thousands of women remarkably helped. Commanderies Meet To Confer Degrees Members of the O.sceohi and Jcncsboro Command.eries will guests of the Blythevillc Olivet Commandery Friday night wlien Templar decrees will be confej-red. Among the dignitaries expected to l:c present is Quill Lane, of ; Jonc'.sboro. past yrancl eomnnuidcr (and present dcpu'.y t;rand commander of this district. The group will have supper together of 6:30 o'clock at the Palace Cafe before goiny i.o Masonic ll(\\l for the conferring of the decrees. R. E. Blayloek. E. C.. announced today. BACKACHE, LEG PASNS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys If hackai'lio sind leg p:iins ure iti.iki:i£: you inijrrulilc, don't jiL«t conitihiin unddo noiliiiii; :ib(uittliein. Nuture may be warning you your kidnuyg n<;i:d c(t« % ntion. 'I'he kid n«;vs are Nat lire's chief way of laki:i<; ovcc-g ni'ids and poiscntnw wiistc out of the liji'iod. They help most people pus-: about J pints a day. 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