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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 14. 1941 TUESDAY'S EVENTS Larige Parent-Teacher Association meeting 3 o'clock at school preceded by executive board at 2:30 o'clock. Maple Grove .Cemetery Association meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs, Emma Lou Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt Jr., entertaining Past Matrons and Patrons' club. Business Woman's Circle, First Baptist Church, meeting 7::30 o'clock with Dr. Edna Nies. Mrs. George Shamlin entertaining Tuesday Bunco "Club. Tuesday Contract - Club meeting with Mrs. John C. McHaney. Mrs^ H. G. Partlow having Friday Contract Club. Mrs. Meyer Graber entertaining Tuesday Afternoon club. Tuesday Club meeting with Mrs. J. J. Pickren. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Armorel Parent Teacher association meeting 2:30 o'clock at school. Central Parent Teacher Assccia- tion meeting 3 o'clock preceded by executive board meeting 2:30 o'clock at school. Mrs. Farnsworth Black entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. Delta Contract Club meeting with Mrs. H. A. Taylor. Mrs. <S. G. Shelton having ADC Bridee Club. Sisterhood of Temple Israel meeting 8 o'clock with Mrs. Walter Rosenthal. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. T. H. Haynes entertaining Thursday Rook Club, 2 o'clock, at 1113 Holly. Mrs. J. L. Nabers having Thursday Bridge club. •Miss Jane McAdams entertaining Cee-Que Bridge club. "Thursday luncheon club meeting .with Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. J. J. Bryant having Thursday Dessert club. L ;Mrs. Raymond Shamlin entertaining Thursday Afternooon Bunco Club. k Woman's Missionary Society, Pilgrim Tabernacle, meeting 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Jess Roark. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Cleverly Arranged Flowers Will Make Room's Personality Bloom Here are gladioli, right, and tulips in charming vertical arrangements that are simple to make. Note that flowers in bottoms of the cylindrical vases have been opened to conceal the needle flower holder. Anderson for low, Mrs. Johnny Nolen for bunco and Mrs. Angel for high. The hostess served a plate with iced drinks. sandwich I 1 Ian ISingo Party. Annual bingo party given by the Woman's Club was discussed at a luncheon meeting of the executive board at the club house Friday afternoon when Mrs. George M. Lee and Mrs. John F. Reinmillei were hostesses. The a flair wiJl be held April 22 Proceeds will be used in redecorating the club house. A meeting of the literary department was announced for Friday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock. A guest from CaruthersviUe will speak. Mrs. Griffith, well known musi- cion of Memphis, will bring a •*roup here to present a musical program April 24 at a meeting of music department. The program is to be open to the public. Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs. Jimmie Sandidge has returned from Richland, Mo,, where she .spent a few days with Mr. Sandidge who is employed there. She went with Mr. Sandidge last Sunday after he had spent the week end here. James Bovd McCalla. of Memphis, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Farris McCalla yesterdav. Mrs. Paul Pryor. Mrs. W where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Oxman, Dr. Oxnmn and their infant son, David Craig. CaruthersviUe Society—Personal Charles G. Ross. Jr., arrived Thursday night to spend the week end with his parents. He is a student at the Univer:-:liy of Missouri Miss Marian Rank In arrived from Columbia, Mo.. TnwscSay to .spona Brewer and Mrs. Toby Long went Ule Easter vacation with her par- Uiss to Meet. The Gleaners' Sunday School ~lass. First Baptist Church, will meet tonight, 7:30 o'clock, at the ^ome of Mrs. Charles Penn. Mrs. E. B. Woodson will be co-hostess. Postpone Lange I 1 . T. A. Lange School Parent Teacher Association meeting scheduled for tomorrow has been postponed, Mrs. Rupert Grafton. president, announced today. The meeting will be held the following Tuesday in order that a report may be given of the state convention to be held in Little Rock Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. C. B. C. club. Literary department, the holder toward the rear. Last ; of all, just add enough water to BBy BETTY JANE HENRY NBA Sen-ice Staff Writer NEW YORK.—A few flowers in cover the ends of the stems, a simple vase can do wonders for KEEP LEAVES a room. They can add the spot of ON TULIPS Moore : entertaining { co i ori the light touch, the center For brightening up living rooms, of attraction which the room, no this is a grand spring arrangement matter how well arranged, may, for a piano or table. It is done Woman's Club, meeting 2:30 o'clock at club house. Mrs. Harrell .Davis entertaining Jolly Eight club. SATURDAY'S - EVENTS Mrs. Charles Rose and Mrs. L. E. Cld entertaining Chapter N of the P. E. O. Sisterhood, 1 o'clock, at Rose home. Tea Is First Party-In Series For Miss Shane Mrs. B. A. Lynch and daughter. Miss Martha Ann Lynch, complimented Miss Patricia Shane with n tea.at their home Saturday afternoon, the first of a group of pre-nuptial parties in her honor. lack. Here's a simple way of fixing flowers that should help out any room. Four gladioli, a transparent, j cylindrical vase 18 inches high and a large needle holder are all that is necessary, Leave two stalks about 24 inches high one about 12 and the other about 6 inches high. The first two taller stalks should be placed in the holder, first, at the back. Next, put in the 12-Inch and 6-inch stalks, in, front of the others. Finally, break off two blossoms from the shojter stalks and place them at the bottom of the arrangement to hide the holder. The whole thing should then be placed with one dozen tulips. You will want another holder for this and a vase about, 10 inches high. DoD not take the leaves off the tulips. They are used as foliage and give a color contrast. Be sure to do your arranging before you put your flowers in the vase. Nine of the tulips should be cut to vary gracefully in height above the vase, and the remaining three at different heights inside. Open the petals of the lower flowers. That is a professional touch to cover the holder, add color ana give an artistic effect. An additional hint about tulips —to keep them fresh overnight wrap them in wet newspaper, put Miss Brent Becomes to Fort Smith today to attend the state meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Methodist Churches. Mr. and Mrs. M. Fitzslmmons spent Easter in Halls, Tenn.. with relatives and friends. Jimmy Frances demons is able to be out after having been ill of pneumonia. She underwent treatment at Blytheville Hospital. Mary Ann Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robinson is ill of a throat infection at Walls Hospital. She is better today. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee and Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman .spent yesterday in Memphis. Miss Eloise Ramey and her guest. Miss Roberta Russell o[ Kansas City, will return tomorrow to Columbia. Mo., where they are students at Christian College. They have spent the Easter vacation here with Miss Barney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramey. Mrs. Walter Hart of " Ripley. Tenn.. and her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Davis of Poland, Ohio, arrived this morning to spend two days with relatives and friends. Mrs. Davis is the former Miss Thelma Hart of Ripley. Mr. and Mrs. Aubie Smith, Mrs. T. H. Hatfield and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mahon spent the weekend i in Memphis. Dr. F. D. Smith is attending the W. C. Posey. She Ls a .student in he Cape Girardeau teachers col- ege. Second Baptist'Group To Give Pie Supper A pie supptr will be given Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock in the Damon McLeod building, announced today. The affair is to be sponsored by the B.Y.P.U. of Second Baptist Church. Mrs. W. A. Statler is recovering from pneumonia after having been quite ill. Mrs. Ira C rites of Patton, Mo., who has been with her and Mr. Statler for a week, has returned home but Mrs. Sara Statler of Yount. Mo., who also came to be with Mrs. Statler, remained for a it was j longer visit. Read Cuuner News want ao> ents. MLS.S Mary Jane Crysler returned Thui.sday morning from New York City, where she visited Miss Ethelinda Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood R. Pickett are announcing the birth of a six-pound daughter, Eleanor Fay Mr. Pickett is assistant chief clerk of the Pemiscot county AAA office. Mrs. M. D. Ambergey rpent the week end in Flat River Visiting her mother, going there from Potosi. where she attended the Presbyter- ial for this district earlier in the week. ! Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mehrle re- i turned home Wednesday afternoon from St. Louis, where they went for a business and pleasure trip. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Pinion drove to Memphis Wednesday for the day. Dr. Pinion returned home that evening but his wife stopped in Driver, Ark., to spend a few days with her mother. Biliy Rhodes, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rhodes, arrived Thursday t ospend the week-end with his parents. He is a student at the University of Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. James Ahem drove to Cape Girardeau Demonstration Club News Notes J For jittery, norvons heudaehes, j C;i)Miiiine. Acts fast because it's liquid, i Xi'<» Jiow quickly head clears, nerves arc j relaxed, anil you fuel steadier. Follow di- j reciions on hibc). 30c, 30c, COc Bride Of Daile Kei01ev I armual m eeting of Arkansas Medi° -^ 1 cal SocieLv in Little Rock. HP will Miss Shane, daughter of Mr. and" isnide the large vase ; To do that - them back . in water * nnd then _ ._-' ... * - *Mv\rV*rtVO pa ov* ifc fl/-3rt fi n*3 Ti1o/»/i rO o r>i-v t-V* /•*»%•* !»•% r* /i *M^1 »-»n»^»>-* Mrs. Cecil Shane, will become the tip bride of Lieut. Tilden P. Wright vase on and P lace place them in a cool room. cf Muskogee, Okla., in the late Spring. Mere than 2CO guests from Leachville. Manila, Osceola, Driver, Wilson and Tallulah, La., at- t.er^-rj fftg iea f rom f Ollr until six o'clock. - Tvi s. A. Conway presented guests to the line in whicli were the two hostesses, the guest of honor and her mother. Also assisting with the guests in the drawing . room was Mrs. J. A. Leech. Kay Smith, daughter of Mr. and Airs. Randolph Smith, and Llewellyn "White, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Godfrey White of Oscsoia, received the cards. < Mrs. George W. Bush, of Para- gculd, aunt of the bride-elect, Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Mrs. C. A Cunningham and Mrs. W. L. Korner poured. Assisting in the dining rccrn were Miss Constance Bush, double cousin of Miss Shanf. Mrs. Kavanatieh Francis. Ml?s Margaret Shaver. Mrs. A. B. Fairfield and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. AH wore small arrangements of orange blossoms. Dominating shades in the colorful Spring decorations were yello'.v and pink, effectively used in the centerpiece of Killarney roses flanked by yellow tapers in crystal while other placecards were ornamented with bridal decorations. White tapers in candelabra flanked the centerpiece. The dessert course was ice cream in the form of wedding .bells ornamented with pink cupids and individual cakes iced with pink rosebuds. » * m Fcwler-Crawford Rites Announced. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Crawford announce the marriage, of their daughter. Miss Eunice May Crawford, to Cecil Amos Fowler of Holland. Mo., son of Mrs. Nora Fowler. The Rev. Thomas C. Whitfield, night" April" ^30.' nnd pastor of Steelc Methodist Church, T-itllp nrirl hor rioiirrh - i ": ' L ' ^" <• "~ Her .icuchins and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry will entertain with a kitchen show- _r at the Comvay home Tuesday .right. April 22. ! Also during thai week, bridge :arties will be given by Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum on Wednesday .light, April 23. and by Miss Margaret Shaver on Friday nigght. April 25. Mrs. W. P. Wilson and Mrs. Lee Wesson, of Wilson, will be hostesses for a garden party at, he Wesson home. Monday. April 28. Two bridge parties will also be iven during that week. Mrs. Betty McCutchen Scanlon and Miss Nancy Kirshncr will entertain on Wednesd kn. Misses Virginia Little nnd Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis, will entertain on Friday night- r»— "> *«* The ble with Saturday, wore an aqua e beice accessories. corsage was cf pink rosebuds. CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., April i.—The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Brent of this city, and Daile Keigley of Panama Canal Zone, was solemnized here Saturday morning at eight o'clock at the First Baptist Church, the Rev. D. K. Foster saying the single ring service. The ceremony was performed before an improvised altar on the choir rostrum, which was profuse with forsythia, bridal wreath and fern, and stair-stepped candelabra. The maid of honor was Miss Thelnia Evenson of this city, while the bridegroom was attended by Albert Brent of Baton Rouge. La., brother of the bride, as best man. The bride wore a white crepe dress .with pink and white accessories, and a corsage of pink roses. Miss Evenson wore a navy crepe dress with white accessories, and a corsage of pink roses and lilies of the valley. Mrs. Guy Michie presided at the organ and played the processional and recessional compositions. Preceding the ceremony, Floyd Barnhart, brother-in-law of the bride, sang "I Love Thee", and Miss Dorothy Ann Newsom sang "Until." Immediately following the ceremony, the couple left, for a wedding trip to Memphis; Mrs. Keigley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Brent of this city. She graduated from the local high school and later attended Southwest Baptist College at Boliver, and Southeast Missouri Teachers College at Cape Girardeau. She taught at Pascola, Mo., for two years, and for the past two years has been a member of the Caruth- ersviUe Grade School faculty. Mr. Keigley. a former resident of Springfield. Mo., and Caruthers- viUe. was associated with the Arkansas-Missouri Power Corporation when he resided in this city. He is now in the finance department of U. S. Government offices in the Panama Canal Zone, where the couple will make their home at the close of the school year. Hill Farm Club Meets Thirteen members of thr Hill Farm Home Demcnstiation Club, met with Mrs. W. K Martin rues- j day afternoon for a program on i "Belter Homes" led by Mr^. Jack | Robertson. Roll call was answered witii j each member's telling what she had done to improve her home. Meeting was opened with singing cl "Home. S\vect Home" led by Mrs. Laura A. Ford. The devotional was read by the hostess. Mrs. Ford uave a demonstration on cheese making during the social hoi:r at which tim.-r refreshments were served. Miss Pauline Martin received a prize. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. W. R. Hodge. Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Hlythevillft, Arkansas SPECIALS i Extractions $J.O« Full Up'r & Lower Plales $25.00 (Extractions Included) LAST TIMES TODAY The Annore: i-jme uemonsira- tion club and the Four-H club will present two plays at the Armorel negro school auditorium Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. The demonstration club will pre- The rehearsal supnor is to be . Mr. and Mrs Porter Kirby Har- •rlvon h- Mr. and Mrs, Bush and' " s J r -- ™; «^ couples only at- Miss Bush of. Paraeould at th- tc!KianUs - Mrs. Hams wore a pink ensemble with blue accessories and a corsage of yellow rosebuds. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler left for a Kotft Noble. Liir.cheon for bridal no.rty on the dav cal Society in Little Rock. He will rettirn Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Lewis Wilson and daughter, Analou. of Memphis, spent Sunday here with Mrs. Wilson's father, Dan Stout, who is ill at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. Toby Long and daughters. Tcby Ann and Sandra Lee. spent Saturday in Memphis. Leslie Shepherd left this morning for Fairfielcl, Ohio, where he will be employed in a government airplane plant. Mrs. Shepherd and children. Tommy and Beverly, will remain here until school is out. Mr. and Mrs. William Easley of Clarkton. Mo., spent yesterday here with their daugghter. Miss Betty Jane Easley. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worthington. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hinds and Mr. and Mrs. James Farley, of Memphis. Bethany Faught; of Little Reck and Harry Miirrel of Kansas City spent yesterday here with Mr and Mrs. W. J. Faught and family. Mrs. Harold Fink, of Monroe. La., who has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Coulter, went to Monroe to _spend Easter with Mr. Fink, who "has been establishing a business in Lake Charles, La., at the^ home of his parents, Mr. and M*rs. Julius Fink. 'Miss Eleanor Gregory, of Tuscaloosa. Ala., and Lloyd Wise, a student at University of Alabama, Tpscaloosa. spent the week end here with Mr. Wise's parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Wise, and family. Miss Alberta Brackin is improving after having been 'ill of measles and complications for three months. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Nicol and daughter, who have been residing on South 13th street, have moved into their new home on Short Walnut street. Smith Brackin. who has been in Veterans' Hospital at, Memphis for the past six weeks, is improving. Mrs. G. H. Grear returned Saturday night from Raselle. N. J.. night, to meet, their daughter, Eci- na Catherine, who will spend her Spring vacation here with her parents. She is a student at Webster college in Webster Groves. Mo., and will he home until April 21. Mrs. Morrell DeReign returned Thursday from St. Louis where she attended the Federated clubs Art Festival. While there .she met the general federation president and was an official visitor of one of the federated club meetings. Miss Betty Kent arrived Friday to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kent. She is a student in the University of Missouri. Earl Masdon. Jr.. student in Till- so University. Tulsa. Okla., and his sister, Mrs. T. W. Sneecl. and her children, arrived Wednesday to spend the Easter week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Masdon. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kent have received, word from their son. Jimmy, that he is stationed at Fort Lowry.. near Denver. Colo. He is acting as supply officer and his duty Ls to sec that all radio and telephone equipment is installed in the bombers. Redmond Frost spent the week end with his parents in Warrens- mi rg. Mo. Miss Ella Marie Williams spent lie week-end with her parents in Doniphan. Miss Marjorie Jo Randolph, student at the University of Missotiri, arrived Thursday to spend the iveek end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Randolph. Morrell DeReign. Jr.. .student in the Law School at the University of Missouri, arrived home Friday to spend a few clays wirh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mcrrcll Dc- Rcign. Miss- Edna. Posey arrived Thursday to spend the Easter holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday £enl -Tempest in the Plat Shop." which it will enter in the county play tournmem in Dell Thursday. The Four-H club will present "Elmer Cleans Up." a play which received third pribe among clubs cf the northern end of the county in a recent tournament. Because of medical and scientific iidvnncos. diphtheria deaths have decreased 90 per cent in the past 30 years. FRANCHQT TONE WALTER BBENKAM ROBERT STACK ROBERT BEHCHIH HELEH BRQOERKK A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Paramount News & Comedy members of of When placed on an isolated plane, a snail will crawl ro the highest point. Jt never goe.s to the lowest. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends for their kindness and sympathy during the recent illness and death of our beloved husband and father. MRS. MITTIE VEBNON AND FAMILY. the wedding will be sin by Mrs. Ji\. Leech. Others who plan to entertain b'.'t have not yet set dale!, are Mrs- candelabra and the yellow and j 3 u ?s£ll Phillips whn will" hav? prk cakes, tea sandwiches ami puncheon Mr canapes. Cu-linsd against the dinin? roo'.r. J. Farris McCalln :ivjri Miss Virginia MnrUn. a brids^ windows was a vase of yellow ann pink flowers, gladioli, stock, ca'.- \Yrdclm lenchra. pink heather, snapdragon:. Yellow roses and blue Dutch" boy party, and Mrs. Franklin Roicson were arranged on either side M j n !!?^T^ Oir.nor Given For Mr. and Mrs. Newell m* dinner was given and Mrs Donald w«Tt7. , SSL Pink gladioli were used in the librwir where Mrs. Murray Smart played. Out of tov.'n guests were: Mrs. Dora 'Men-ell. Mrs. Charles Elkin^. Mrs. John Enochs, Mrs. Lee We^son 'and Mrs. W. F. \Vilson. all ot by at mine in O-scroh Saturday nnh ^ i and J. P Novell. -I: . oi Memphis, [son o! Mr and A1r>. Novell Sv.. also of thru city, who were married at five o'rlork in t\v.> p.i-rnr's study of the Firs; Pri'sby;*>:•;'.!n church. Ou! of t.own guest. ;-.o V( . < or tne and mombrrs n; the brid- dmner. The Upon their return, they will make their home at 1415 We.st Main street. Mrs. Fowler is connected with Hudson Cleaners ;»s secretary. Mr. Fowler is bookkeeper nt Harmon- dale gin. -* • • !s Hostess t» Club Mrs. Gene Reagan was hostess o members of the Jol! Eight. Bunco club and two guests. Mrs. Bunch White and Mrs. W. A. Angel, for a party at her home Friday afternoon. Prizes \\-ct\l to Mrs. G. G. Saliba, Jr.. for high score. Mr?. Harold al party Wilson; Mrs. Charles Lcwrance oi Driver; Mrs. Godfrey White and! lOL ' owms; wcrc froni n;it of town; Mr§. George Adams." of Oscco'.a: ^ Iv ' an ^ r ' rs - :c '"- V| i'. Sv.. Mrs. ::<• Rev. Dr. it" Memphis, Moore of 11 and son, Tenn.. Mrs. Mrs. James Hunt, of Manila; Mr-. Byron J. Ramsry nnd A. ;E. Robinson and Mrs. Johr. l} - WaJi(X '' Cobb. ;i n Bearden of Leachville; and Mi^'i Mr - ; ' nd ;v[!X ' Ofo; Jane Watson of Taliulah. La..| 9 xforfi ' Er5war d ^f hcuseguest of Dr. and Mrs. L. K.i Eci< llv - oi Ktioxvill Jvloore. '• j Paul Johnson of Jackson. Miss., Next affair at which Miss Shane i and Mls s Lois Ingram of Jackson" will;'..be Iinored will be a tov%'e« Tenn. fhower Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Roland. Green, Mrs. Fred Warren and; Mrs. J. K, Elkins will be. ;iicstesses for the aflair at the Warren home. On Tuesday night, "Miss Mary Spain Usrey will have a dinner and bridge party at her home. Bridal wreath and llowenm sl- mond, centerpiece of table, establishrd the dining pink and wnite motif used for the decorations. Narcissuses and other spring flowers were used in the enter*.sunrooms. Mrs. Newell's place was marked Mrs. A. Conway, Mrs. H. K. by the figure ol a miniature brid " No Harsh Laxatives For Me ADLKKTKA >:ivt>s acim». is I.!!!;! K A lik>;vs!int :uu! <>«sy. 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