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PAGE FOUR BLYTIJ.EVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. T. Ashley and Mrs. T. L. Cassidy entertaining Dorcas Sunday School class, First Baptist Church, 2:30 o'clock, at church. Mrs. Johnny Nolen entertaining Jolly Eight Bunco Club. Ladies' Bible Class, First Methodist Church, meeting 7:30 o'clock with Mrs, B. F. Brogdon. Elmwood Cemetery Association meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. M. G. Goodwin. Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union, - First Baptist Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. W. J. Rodgers. Mrs. Paul Kimbrough entertaining C. B. C. Bridge Club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. James Hill Jr. entertaining American Association oi' University Women, with luncheon at one o'clock. 'No Chocolate Eclairs, Robert' Compliments Visitor With Party at Rustic j Another in the series oi' parties j being given for Mrs. George M. [ Powell of Panama Canal Zone, during her visit here with her parents, Judge and Mrs. G. E. Keck, was given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Roy E. Nelson. Mrs. Nelson was- hostess to 16 guests for a bridge party at the Rustic Inn. The private room of the Inn was decorated with jonquils and forsythia which set the spring motif evidenced also in the tallies and the dessert plate served after the games. Mrs. Powell received high score prize, Mi's. Louis Applebaum, second high prize and Mrs. Rupert Crafton, cut prize. Another gift was also presented the guest oi honor by her hostess. * » * To Have Cabaret Dance During Easter Holidays A cabaret dance, the first to be given by the Bachelors Club, will open the social activities of the ! hostess Catherine Craig puts the quietus on husband Robert Preston's dessert ideas in lunchroom of movie studio where they both work but seldom see each other. derella" and "Miss America' 1 . Mr. Wright directed the group singing. In the room count. Miss Mar-y Hubler's second grade received the prize among the downstairs rooms and MLss Peters' group, the prize among the upstairs rooms. * * * Study Antiques A study of "Antiques' was made at the meeting of Chapter N of the P. E. O. Sisterhood Tuesday night at the home, of Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. Mrs. Murray Smart was Easter holidays on Friday, April 11. i Mr.s, 'llarry Kirby led the -study. The bachelors have arranged "the j &-- nc was ass i s tccl 'by Mrs. W. L. dance for that time in order to compliment college students who will be spending their Spring vacations here. It \vill be at the city auditorium at 10 o'clock. Blue Rhythm Boys with Elsie of Cape Girardeau, a popular band here having .played for numerous Horner. Mrs. L. E. Old, Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. Elton W. Kirby. Refreshments were served to the 11 members after the program. »• * j All Club Members Attend Tarty All the members of the Town Country Club attended the other dances in this city, have been secured for the affair. . ( These plans were made at a meet- j ' { ing of the club in the Rose Room j \^ ^j t of the Hotel Noble Tuesday night. ( ^ on ^ Refreshments were served during the games in which Mrs. C. C. Langston was high and Mrs. R. C. Rose, second high scorer. ; that time Dr. James C. Guard. Robert Reeder and Ray Beck were named to the dance committee. Elect Officers Mrs. H. G. Partlow was elected president of the Sudbury Parent Teacher Association at a meeting of the organization Wednesday afternoon at the school. Baptist Circle Meets Twelve members of the Business Women's Circle of the First. Baptist Church met in the home of Other officers named at the | Dr. Edna Nies Tuesday night for a same time were: Graham Wright. ] brief business session'and a .social vice president; Mi's. Jesse M. White, i hour. secretary; and Miss Alma Peters, j Mrs. Paul Allen, personal service I chairman, took the personal serv- ' ice report after which the group treasurer. Sixth grade students and Miss Peters presented two plays. "Cin- marie plajis to send a June grad- T fiEf* IIE 312 VV..Mai!i ualc to the Baptist Assembly in Siloam Springs in July. Miss Pearl Lcc and Miss Minnie Poster were named on the committee to select the girl.. Games played later pertained to the April Fool idea as did the dessert course which the hostess .served. *. * » IMa.ys With CUil) Mrs. Byron Morse played cards with members of the Wednesday Bridge Club yesterday afternoon when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. James H. Bell. Snapdragons, larkspur and roses made up the spring bouquet, used in the center of the dining table at which lunch was served. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was high and Mrs. Farnsworth Black, second high in the games which followed. f * * Entertains Club Mrs. Lendennie Fowler entertained members of the Tuesday Bunco Club and five guests with a parly at her home Tuesday afternoon. Guests were; Mrs. Jack Ozment, Mrs. J. C. Drake, Mi's. Nathan Carl. Mrs. Joe Travis and Mrs. J. W. Howard, of Dell. Prizes went to Mrs. Carl for high, Mrs. Joe Lynn Hnmby for second high and Mrs. J. N. Dillon of Osceola, for bunco. A dessert course was served after the games. # * * Is Surprised With I'arl.v Mrs. E. D. Baker, who celebrated her 58th birthday yesterday was surprised with a dinner 'party given by members of her family at her home. Hostesses for the affair were three of Mrs. Baker's daughters, Mrs. Acie Priichard. Mrs. Buforri Martin and Miss Willie Baker. Another daughter. Mrs. Luther Miller, of Arbyrcl, Mo., was here for the party. A birthday cake with candles formed the centerpiece or the dinin-j; table. CAKi) OF THANKS The family of the Into Hnrry Reeves wi;>i-,cN to thank those who extended their help during the recent 'bereavement. THURSDAY, APRIL a, 1.941 Bits of News Mostly Personals A visitor to JEJlytheville ye.siorc!"" was P. F. Van Well of LittlV'Rock repr<>.scntativ<> of the Southern Peace on leers' magazine,, oiliehtl publication oi Arkansas Peace Officers' and Sh<.-riff.s' association. Mr. and Mrs. .John Arends, oi' Charleston, Mo., .spent Sunday here with Mrs. Anders' parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harp, and family.'Mrs. Art-nds was before her marriage la.sf month, Mrs. Lrctlle Rytter. •Mrs. Terrell Emerson Hall, form- . crly of here and now of Her'nando.! Miss., came la.st night for a visit wit}} Mr. and Mrs. j. D. McDowell and lamily. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. AlTlick join- od Mrs. R. N. Ware of Tailulah. La., for an eastern trip. They plan to spend a lew weeks in Williams- bury. Washington and New York. H. C. KnappenbevKor of Crcn- Sjliav, Miss., is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch before leaving Tuesday for his year's training at Camp Blanding. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Elton W. Kirby spent Wednesday in Memphis. John Harp lias returned to Conway where lie is a student at Hendrix College. He spent his Spring vacation here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H, L. Harp. Mrs. C. W. Afflick returned last night from an eastern trip. She visited her mother, Mrs. T. H. Plemmcns in Charlotte, N. C.. and her daughter. Miss Mary Jean Afflick. a student at Hollins College at Hollins. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cummins, of Memphis, spent yesterday here with friends. Mrs. F. D. Underwood, who is ill of pneumonia, was removed to Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. She was resting veiy we'll following- the trip down although her condition remains unchanged. Her daughter. Mrs. H. H. Houchins, is with her. Thomas Patterson, who has been stationed in Samoa, with the United States Navy, is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Patterson. He came Tuesday and will probably leave next Monday for Washington. D. C.. for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Russell McCauley. and family. Mrs. S. P. Crafton and . net daughter. Mrs. Prank Tomlinson and daughter. Betty Lou, of New Orleans, are spending- this week in Little Rock and Con way. Mr. Tomlinson will join them in Conway for the week end. Mrs. Tomlinson and daughter will return with Mrs. Crafton to visit her until the 28th of this month. Mrs. Arden Crowdcr and son. Arclen Jr.. have returned here from Columbus. Ga.. where they visited Lieut. Crowder. who is in officers' training School at Fort Benning. They will go to Little Rock soon to join Lt. Crowdsr where he will be stationed at Camp Joseph T. Robinson. Mr:;. W. J. Wunderlich is spending today in Memphis. liliw Edith Rouse of Charleston. Mo., returned home Tuesday after having visited her sister. Mrs. H. L. Harp, and family here since Saturday. Mrs. A. M. Butt went to St. Louis Wednesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Robinson their daughter. Susan, and their infant son. William M. Robinson Jr. Dr. F. D. Smith returned home Wednesday from Memphis Methodist Hospital where he had undergone treatment since Saturday. His daughter. Mrs. K. \V r . Goodman, of Memphis, motored him here. He is very much improved. Music Students To Participate In Annual Meel. Hiyh school music students oi Miss Nannie Clarke Smith, who r»ied nine out of ten "superiors" Ji) the district festival la.st year will go to Jonesboro Saturday to again participate in the festival. Upon their return, they will pre- sx>ut their only concert of this sr-a- :<on at the high school auditorium Tuesday night. For the past two weeks, the group has been accepting local ongagc- ni'iils preparatory to their partiei- I'.auon in the festival and the pro< ntation of their concert, The boys' and girls' g!r-c <-Jub>: rrmposed of T)0 voices has bnt-n ' vganized for two .seasons. From thrsf clubs will come the girls' • iJscmble, mixed ensemble, girls' trio, boys' quartet, boys' ensemble which will also be rated at the festival. Main feature of the festival is the concert al three o'clock at Arkansas State College at which time all groups W jn [jp massed f Or a program. Wilson Mount, director of music in one of ihc Memphis public schools, will direct the numbers of the massed mixed group and Miss Smith will direct the two numbers of the massed boys' glee club. Mr. Mount is ;ilso one of th" judges who will classify the various clubs into superior, excellent, good and fair divisions. A superior rating for the local students wculcl entitle them to enter the stale festival to be held in Little Rock Aprii 11. For both the festival and the concert, maroon robes will bo \vorn. L. T. Moore Jr., is accompanist. Miss,Brent Engaged To Wed Daile Keigley OARUTHERSVILLE. Mo,, April 3.—Announcement has been made here oi the rngagemi-nt and approaching marriage of Mis* Eltea- b( : lh Brent, daughter of Mr and Mrs. M. Brent of this city, and Da)!f KeJJiJey of Panama The waldinff will take place Wednc.s- <:ay morning. April 12th, at ei"ht o'clock. T.'JO announcement was made at. a hrid.uo party at the home of Mr:-:. Floyd^Barnhart. sister of the brjdi'-tobo. About 20 quests v.w present, and (ho announcement was printed on the aco of hearts oi each l;hr!'.>i> 'Jock of cards. Miss Brent graduated from the Icriii hiyh school ;;nc! later ;U- l'.?ndr<l £owhv:ust. Baptist Collcue at Bolivar, and Southeast Missouri Slate Teachers Culler at Cane Ci- rardcau. She taught at Pasccla, Mo., for one term, and for the past throe years has been a member of the Caruthorsvillc grammar .school faculty. Mr. KeigU-y was formerly nsso- cini'Hl \viih the Arkan.sas-Mis.swri POV.TT Cnrpcrniion in this city, but for about two years has been in and Mrs. V. B. Waddell and Mrs. J. A. Apple of Wilson, at her sab- urban home Wednesday afternoon. Flowers from the hostess' garden were used as decoration for the rooms thrown open to the guest's. In the games Mrs. John R. Enochs won high score, and Mrs. Joe Cro- j iner second high. A salad was ! served concluding the game. i Mrs. J. W. Adams of Blytheville is the guest this week of her sister, Mrs. Jesse Grecr and her niece, Mrs. Jack Kirkpatrick. Shorthorn Sales To Begin At Harrison HARRISON, Ark. (UP) _ The Arkansas Shorthorn Breeders Association will begin sales at the V C Heuer farm near here, April W according to S. L. Morris, who "is managing the event. The associaiion plans to offer' for .sale, 35 head consigned by leading shorthorn breeders oi' Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas. I Grain Farm News \ I Mrs. Ross Caldsveil has been re- j moved to her home after havin-j j been in Dyess hospital i'or several ! day,s. I Miss U'la Yates, of Manila, .spent tlu> week end with her parents. Mrs. Muriel Morris has returned j from England, Ark., where she | visited relatives. j W. W. Smith is able to be out j til'ter having been confined to his bed for the past few days. Alvin and Aline Ray are ill of measles. j At The Hospitals KlythcviHr Hospital Mrs. Noah Robinson. <-iiy. admitted. Mrs. H. Cream, city, admit ted. Ted Green. Memphis, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Butts, city, a son. at fl:40 o'clock last night, weigh: nine pounds, two and a half ounces. Walls Hospital Roosevelt Viers, Holland. admitted. Mrs. Doyle McCain, city, admitted. Gerald Dormer. Manila, admitted. AIvs. Ruby Cmnmin>. Tomato, admitted. Memphis Ka.;;ti.sl Hospital Mrs. Arthur Pultam. C;mnher.s- vaile. admitted. Church To Broadcast Services Each Sunday Services are to be broadcast each Sunday morning at 9 o'clock beginning this Sunday from the Second Baptist Church, according to announcement made today by the pastor, the Rev. H. Gream. The 30 minute KLCN program will feature .special music and a sermon by the Rev. Mr. Gream. Mrs. Wolf Is Winner Of Adult Spelling Bee CARUTIIERSVILLE. Mo.. April 3.—Mrs. Esther Wolf was winner of the Caruthersville Adult Spelling Bee. held Tuesday night at the Presbyterian Church. Twenty-four Iccnl business and professional men and women, representing thirteen local clubs and organizations, participated. Mrs. Wclf represent eel the Business and Professional Women's Club. Bob Mehrle \va.s master of ceremonies, and Ciias. C. Ross jiave out. the words. O. W. ChiHon. Rotary Club representative, was second. Others taking part in thf finals were Miss Lucille Lacey. Miss Mary Jane Bennett, A. E. Rhodes, and Ralph Ennis. Prizes were awarded the first and second place winners. Public Speakers To Hold Meeting Tonight The first regular meeting of the recently organized public speaking class will be tonight at 7:30 o'clock at Mead's Clothing Co.. James Roy. general chairman, announced today. The class, organized as a follow- up study group to the Dale Car- uegie courses conducted la.st month in Osceola, now has an enrolment of 27. The text book. "Public Speaking", by Dale Carnegie, will be studied by the group. Anyone who desires to enrol in this class may do so by callinp, Miss Clara Ruble. Pemiscot Band Meet Is Held At Holland CARUTHEHSVILLE. Mo.. Ann) .1 — The annual Pemiscot Counr.y High School Band Meet w<i.<; held fit. HoUtuirl. with seven rchno!?. participating. W. A. Shiveibine. hanc! director of Central Tiinh School. Cape Girardeau. st v r\vd as judge. Two bands received firs! ratings. 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Try a jar today 1 TRINIDAD. Colo. (Up) — Police tp.-:?:!CP depart mc'nt of the- u. ! chief - VIike Foucly has a clear con; science now. He received a traffic j ticket after he had double-parked I his car. The chief appeared in I police court as a defendant, was lined SI and promptly paid. th 8. Gnvcrnment offices in the P;in- omii C;in;;i Xum 1 . The youny couple will make Mioir home in" P;u> rurui ;>.i the close of tho prescni school vfur. Wilson Society—Personal CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mrs. H. D. Owens wishes to thank their friends for the kindnesses shown during their recent sorrow. The Curtiss-WriKht CW-20 ha.-i boon selected by the army for a cargo plane and trcop transport. GIRLS!! 13-25 VRS.OLD WHO SUFFER PAIN, WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS from Functional MonlhlyDisturbances If you're approaching- womanhood or in your early 20's and suffer pain of irregular periods, if at such times you get weak, blue 5 cranky, nervous, with an uncomfortable bloated feeling, dark circles under eyes-due to this cause-try famous Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Pinkham's Compound is one of the MOST EFFECTIVE women's medicines made to relieve pain and distress of weak, nervous feelings due to functional periodic complaints. Beneficial for older women, too, for this purpose! Hold Combined Meeting Tho Woman's Missionary Union of- the Baptist Church were hostesses to the Woman's Society of Christian Service on Monday afternoon for a joint meeting-. 'Thirty- eiyht were present at the meeting held at the home of Mrs. Albert Greenwell, the welcoming committee composed'of Mrs. W. F. Wilson. Mrs. Greemvcll, Mrs. W. A. Williams and Mrs. O. M. Hill, Sr. greeted the members at, the door and presented them with a cor- =>age of jonquils. Large vases of' forsythia, jonquils and japonica were prominent in the rooms. Mrs. \v. F. Wilson delivered the welcoming address, and Mrs. Rex B. Wilkes led the prayer, followed by a song. The Methcdist group, with Mrs. R. L. Moultrio as chairman, was in charge of the program, which was as follows: Easter poem. Mrs. John R. Enochs, review of a three-act pmy on "Martha". Mrs. C. L. Bird and a talk "The Meaning of Easter". Mrs. Rex B. Wiiki's." A salad plate was" served, carrying- out an Easter motif. Kntcrtain Bridge Clul) Mrs. Lee Wesson was hostess to her bridge club and four guests, Mrs. E. B. Chiles of Pecan "point. Mrs. Joe Cromer of Carson Lake, RELIEF FROM PILES How could anyone bo more miserable than -suffering: the terrible pain and di.scomiort of PILES? Why would any sufferer fail to try Na-sh's HEM-AID OINTMENT? Relief in .short time. Satisfaction guaranteed. 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