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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER MEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. T 'R. C. w Rose entertaining Town and Country club. "Mrs." 'Loy "Welch entertaining Delta Contract Club. Armorel Parent Teacher association meeting 2:30 o'clock at school. Central Parent Teacher Association meeting 3 o'clock preceded by executive board meeting 2:30 o'clock! at school. I Mrs. Farns worth Black entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. Delta Contract Club meeting \vith Mrs. H. A. Taylor. Mrs.' S'. G. Shelton having ADC Bridge Club. Sisterhood of Temple Israel meeting 8 o'clock with Mrs. Walter Rosenthal. " THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Bernard McFarland having Y.M.B. club. Mrs. J. L. Nabers having Thursday Bridge club. Miss Jane McAdams entertaining Cee-Que Bridge club. Thursday lunciiebn club meeting with Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. Raymond Turner having Thursday Dessert club. Mrs. Raymond Shnmlin entertaining Thursday Afternooon Bunco Club. Woman's Missionary Society, Pilgrim Tabernacle, meeting 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Jess Roark. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Ross Moore entertaining C. P. C. club. Literary department, 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. Old entertaining Chapter N of the P. E. 0. Sisterhood, 1 o'clock, at Rose home. Following the business session, the hostess sewed refreshments. Mrs. C. R. Wroten, president, named her committee chairmen. chairman to succeed Mrs. G. J. Walker who resigned. Mrs. Robert Grimes was elected co-chairman. Mrs. W. H. 'Mooring became a ident. is rushing chairman; Miss Martin, social chairman; Miss Virginia Little, financial chairman; Mrs. Hennon Carlton, by-laws chairman. A son was born Easter morning to Mr. nad Mrs. R. H. Hinson at the home of Mrs. Hinson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Fraser. The baby who weighed nine pounds has been named Billy Harold. The Hinsons have another 'son, Charles Robert. * * * Daughter Horn A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Guice of Berkeley, Calif., Saturday, April 5. Mr. Guice was formerly an instructor in the city schools. Discuss Stewardship Of Ti'ach'mg Program "Stewardship of Teaching" was the subject of the program led by Mrs. O;*N. Hawkins for the meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service. First Methodist- Church, yesterday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Cecil Wroten and Mrs. Kathleen Oglesby Thomas discussed Uaitcu "Methodist Schools Abra in Auxiliary Circles Meet 'Circles' of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church met in the homes of various members "yesterday afternoon and last night. ' Members of Circle One met with Mrs. 'Dixie. "Crawford. In the absence of Mrs. H. H. Houchins, chairman, who is ill, Mrs. Crawford acted as leader of the group assisted by Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson, circle secretary. The meeting was largely organizational and consisted of planning for the new year. Fifteen members of Circle Two met in the home of Mrs. Ray Worthington. The chairman, Mrs. John McGiii, appointed her secretary outlined the year's work chapter from the ' study book, "Dangerous Opportunity" was reviewed by Mrs. L. E. Baker. Announcement was made that Circles Two. Four and Six are leading in the attendance contest. Hostesses for the social hornwere: Mrs. Hawkins, Mrs. W. F Brewer, Mrs. A. M. Butt, Mrs E. J. Browne, Mrs. J. D. Craig Mrs. Jamie Fox, Mrs- G. D. Hammock. Mrs. S. K. Garrett, Mrs. A E. Huntlcy, Mrs. W. C. Kigginson Mrs. Wroten, Mrs. Cal Gossett am Mrs. T. J. Crowder.' * • « Cyess Group Visits Here Fourteen members of the Young Peoples class of the Pentecos church and their teachers. Mrs. Sam Bass and Mr. Bass, of Dyess, attended a Christ's Ambassador Rally here Sunday. The group had dinner and an Easter egg" hunt at the home of Mrs. W. B. Acton, who is a sister of Mrs. Bass. Postpone Party The party Which Mrs. T. H. was giving ihis.we.ek for the Thursday Ropk'. Clutr-'hasbeen postponed', i it was amio'imceri today. Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis, vice' pres- [ member of Circle Three when it net with'Mrs. 'W. J. Wimderlich. Fifteen members heard Mrs! Kendall Berry teach the lesson. Mrs. 1. G. Cash and Mrs. Everett. Renegear le.d In prayers. Mrs. N. W. Briglian* and Mrs. C. 3. Wilson' were hostesses to 11 nembers' of Circle Four and one visitor at the Brigham home. Nat Brittain, educational director of the church, met'with the group to teach 'the lesson. Mrs. M. E. Buchanan dismissed with prayer. Mrs. Sheiburnc Brewer taught the lesson' at the meeting of H members of " Circle Five at the iome of Mrs. Harry Frit/ius. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Roy Head and Mrs. Tom W. Jackson. Nine members oi Circle Six met with Mrs. R. E. Blaylock. Mrs. J. R. Webster taught the lesson and prayers were offered by Mrs. John Buchanan and Mrs. W. W. Watson. 4 • * Discuss Organ Fund Plans to enlarge the organ fund were discussed at flip meeting of 15 members of the Woman's Council, First Christian church, at the home of Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Gordon Evrard was co-hostess. Mrs. C. A. Taut, leader of the Bertha Fuller group, announced plans for the collection and sale of old magazines and papers, proceeds of "which will be given to the organ fund. The Shelton group of which Mrs. R. M. Beck is' leader, had a sale of several hand made articles for the benefit of the fund. Mrs. James Terry was leader of the devotional based ou the second and fourth chapters of Acts. Mrs. John C. McHaney offered ^prayer. Remainder of the meeting was spent in sewing for the American Red Cross. The hostesses served coffee and cakes. Bits of News Mostly Personals TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1941 son, Miss. stressing individual responsibility.! The change was made because of The ..devotional' period was in charge the death of Mrs. W. T. Oberst's of Mrs. James A. Overholser, who son-in-law, Spurgeon Patterson, gave the first of a series of studies formerly of here and now of Jackon prayer. Mrs. Mattie Allen was hostess to nine, members of Circle Three and. one visitor, Miss Lois Ingram of/Jackson. Term., hotiseguest of Mrs/ Leslie Hopper. Mrs. D. C. McLean is. chairman of the circle. Mrs. Ross Stevens gave the study on prayer. Program was omitted because of *-he planning of the new year's work. Mrs. Margaret Gray Crowder led the program at the meeting of 12 members of Circle Four at the home of Mrs. Zal B. Harrison at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Ebb Spradley gave the devotional. * * » Class to Meet Members of the Beta Chi Sunday' school class, First Presbyterian church, will meet tonight, 7:30 o'clock, with Mrs. E. F. Fry. Mrs. E. B. Thomas and Miss Mary Frances Stacy will be co-hostesses. Tri Deltas Meet Eight members of the Blytheville Delta Delta Delta Club met at the home of Miss Virginia Martin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom F Martin. Irises and redbuds decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. llavc Circle Meetings Members of Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, met m circles yesterday afternoon for devotional periods and social hours. Mrs. Howard Frisby was hostess to 10 members of Circle One/Devotional from eighth chapter of Romans was given by Mrs. Bert Lamb before Mrs. H. R. Schmuck reported on the W.M.S. State con- .emion which she attended in Hot Springs. Prayers were offered Mrs. E. P. Hardin and Mrs. Alfred Carpenter. Mrs. B. H. Bobo. of Memphis, house guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. £wing, and Mrs. Loy Eich were guests at the meeting of 10 mem- oers of Circle Two at the homo of Mrs. L. R. Whittle. Mrs. Leslie Moore taught the lesson and prayers were offered by Mrs. Ben Har- County Baptist W.M.U. Meeting Here Friday LUXORA. April 15.—Mrs. Ralph L. Douglas, associational superintendent of Mississippi "County Baptist Woman's Missionary Unions, of Luxora, announces a quarterly meeting will be held at the First Baptist church of Blytheville, Friday, beginning at 10:30 a.m. The members of the Osceola and Armorel Baptist Missionary Societies will give a program on Bible and mission study. Mrs. H. B. Tillman, Osceola, will give the devotional. Special music will be- presented by the Blytheville society. The afternoon program will be concluded with a dramatization of "Mission" Study" under the 'direction of Mrs. Nat Brittain, Blytheville. Reports will be heard from the delegates who attended the state rison and Mrs. Leslie Moore. Mrs. J. G. Barnes was named new Wan led Teacher Teacher Wanted w i t h 60 hours College Credit- or more. Write Box H8 or Phone 10-14 at once. 15-pk-ia meeting of Baptist Woman's Missionary Unions at Hot Springs, April 8-10. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Long have returned from a thre.e vvee'ks' vacation spent in California, Mexico and other Southwestern points. Mrs. Herman Graves has returned from Aberdeen, Miss.,' where she spent -the week end with hei mother, Mrs. J. w. Baker, Herman Walpolc is improving after having been confined to his home for 10 days because of influenza. GU.V Logan of Woodville, Ohio and his (laughter, Mbs Jean Logan of Toledo, Ohio, came yesterday to spend a week with Mr. Logan's brother, Theodore Logan, and Mrs. Logan. Walter Heard of Malvern spent the week end here with'Miss Maurine Branson and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson. Mr.' and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson will go .to Cape Girardeau tomorrow to attend a convention for lumbermen of Southeast Missouri. Laura Swain, who is ill at Blytheville hospital, is improving. Miss Sallie Keahey. of Joiner, is spending today here with Miss Fern Land. Mrs. Bob Chiles, formerly of j here and now of Keiser, is spend- j ing today here with her sistevs, i Mrs. Harry Weedman and Mrs. W. Leon Smith, and families. Mr. Chiles has been appointed assistant engineer with the highway department and after school is out she and her SOP will join him in Paragould where he is to be 'headquartered. Cecil Branson, student at De- Pauw university at Gre.encastle, Ind., came Saturday to spend his Spring vacation here with his parents, Mr. an'd Mrs. U. S. Branson, and family. He will return Sunday. Dr. T. K. Mahau is expected to return tomorrow from Memphis, where he has been undergoing treatment at Baptist hospital for a week. Mrs. George Brown has returned from St. Louis where she went to be with her sister. Mrs. Milton Bunch, of Yarbro, who was in the hospital there.. C. F. Tucker has entered Memphis Baptist hospital for treatment. Mrs. Tucker and \V. A. Af.flick. motored, .him d v wn. Sunday morning after he had returned Frir day' from Rochester, Minn., where he went -through Mayo Clinic. He \yent to Rochester with Fred Fleeman and his father, H. M. Fleeman, of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haley and Mrs. P. C. Hehn. of Memphis. Mrs. D. O. McDonald of Nashville, Term., and Miss Carolyn Haley and Miss Lillian Shaver were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. visited .their daughter, Martha Welch, at Trowbridge school. Mi', and Mrs. John Ed James ,pent the week end in Jonesboro With relatives.' Mrs. E. A. Stacy and daughter, Miss Jean Stacy, spent the week end in Prescott with Mrs. Stacy's son, Latham Stacy. Miss Jessie Louise Miller, of Memphis, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Miller, Mrs. Miller returned from Memphis Baptist hospital Thursday and is now convalescing at her home. Mrs. Rupert Crafton, Mrs. H. G. Partlow and Mrs. Neill Reed will attend the state Parent- Teacher association convention in Little Rock Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. Crabtree, of Avon Park, Fla.lbegin at 9:45 o'clock and the af-1 Mr. Seagraves and Mrs. Crabtree motored home, arriving Saturday. Mrs. Segraves came Tuesday from Flint, Mkh., where she was called five weeks ago to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Hinton, who was very seriously ill. Mrs. Seagraves terncon session at 1 o'clock. Schools which have accepted the invitation cf the local school to take pat in the festival include Wilson, Paragoulr, Jonesboro, Le- pamo, Marked Tree and Shawnee. However, other .schools are expect- reporus some improvement in hcrjcd to attend. mother's condition. Mrs. Crabtree Events are piano, girls' glee club, Miss Churchill Buck and Miss Martha Ann Lynch returned to Fayettevillc this morning after having spent their holiday here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bnck and Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. They are students at. University of Arkansas. Mrs. Betty McCutchen Scanlon is visiting- friends in St. Louis. Miss Nannie Clarke Smith and Jack Homer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner, spent the week end in Wheatley with Miss Smith's parents. While away, Miss Smith ako at tended the State Music festival in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds went to Hot Springs today to spend 10 days. Mrs. Charles G. Morchead, who has been ill since Friday, is improving. will visit with her parents until the first of May. T. Tyler, who .spent five leave from his ship, U.S.S. Texas, with Mrs. Tyler and their two sons, Warren and Tommie, who are hou.segnests of Mrs. Tyler's motser. Mrs. Walter Brantlcy, wa.s accompanied a.s far as Birmingham on his return to Norfolk by his family, where they visited .several days with Mr. Tyler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Tyler. beys' glee club, girls 1 trio or sextet, bixed ensemble, gigrl's voice, boy's voice, and mass singing. The numbers by the entire group which will conclude the program will be under the direction of Miss Mary i Symoticls of Wilson. j Following the preliminaries yesterday, the following .students will represent Blytheville: Frances Shuttle-, girl's voice; Harry Carter 1 Fa rr, boy's voice; Jane Castlio.' Read Courier News want ads. PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores BEFORE YOU BUY See Our Line of Air Conditioned Refrigerators CITY ICE CO. North H'way 61 Ph«ne 220 Junior High Event Expected To Attract 400 Students Here Friclav piano; sextet—Charlyne Panter, j Maxeino Evans. Junnita McMullin. ! Mary Sue Berrymnn, Marguerite | Graham ami Imojean Moore. Ann t Been is to be accompanist for all! events, j Adjudicators will be Mrs. Ellis j Stanford, instructor in Luxora' schools: Mrs. Lester Bickforcl of O.scocla; and Mrs. Elsie Gates, instructor in Holland school. '• Beth sessions of the Festival are open to the public, Mrs. Reed stated. ' Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist BlyihevHle, Arkansas SPECIALS! Kxlracfions . 51.00 Full Up'r & Lower Plates $25.00 (Extractions Included) Luxora Society—Personal The bullfinch, an European bird, is a member of the family to which the English sparrow be- C. Haley. Mr. and Mrs. Loy. Welch have returned from Kansas City where N. T. C.s Play Bridge Mrs. J. V. Holland. Mrs. A. G. Hall and Mrs. Chester Nabers, of Blytheville; Mrs. T. Tyler, of Norfolk, Va.; Mrs. Spencer Driver. Mrs. L. W. Walters and Mrs. E. S. Crichfield. of Osceola; Mrs. May Bowen Thompson, Mrs. Joe Hires and Mrs. Chester Danehower, of Luxora, were guests playing with the members of the N. T. C. bridge club at the home of Mrs. T. F. Hudson Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Hudson, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Houck and Mrs.' Lillian Freear, served a salad- sandwich plate with iced tea. , High score club prize went to Mrs. Sam Bowen. Mrs. Grover C. ! Driver drew consolation prize. Higii score guest prize went to Airs. Joe Hires. ; * :'f * Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Seagraves have returned home after a three 'months vacation .spent with their • 'Daughter, Mrs. C.- Crabtrec, and FEMALE PAIN Women who suffer pain of Irregular periods with cranky nervousness due>to monthly functional disturbances should find LydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound simply mar' velous to relieve such distress. Pink, ham's Compound is made especially for women to relieve such distressing feelings and thus help them go smiling thru such "difficult days." Over 1.000,000 women have reported remarkable benefits. Try it! Four hundred junior hi^h school .students ;>,re expected lo partici- j pate in the Northeast Arkansas Junior ITifdi Music festival to be hi j ld in this city Friday according 10 Mrs. Lanicr Reed, music instructor in the local junior high school, who is in charge of arrangements. The festival is an outgrowth of the old literary meets in which 1 Put 3-purpose Va-tro-nol up each nos- inciivicUsals competed for medals; tril . . . (l) It shrinks swollen mem- and the schools for sweepstake' branes; (2) Soothes irritation; (3) trophies. Competitiin is eliminat-™P hnasal Passages, clearing ed in the festival becau.se grad- ingb a.s to superior, excellent, good and poor are given the entsants. Both sessions will be at the city auditorium. Morninu session will Read Courier News want a as IFNOSECIOGS AT NIGHT CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere appreciation for the kind cooperation shown us during our period of grief at the death of our loved one. Mrs. Ella Hodge. Especially do we wish to thank t.he- Rev. J. L. Newsom for his kindness and understanding in our time of need. THE FAMILY. IIP 1 ! GRO. & MARKET Mrs. Jack Biship, Prop. FREE DELIVERY 212 E. 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All S2.i). r , Sweaters and Skirts now priced Ail SI.95 Sweaters and Skirts now priced .95 We have on sale one special rack of assorted DRESSES of every type including a few dresses all priced 82.00 each. kled Group of Early Spring lats low Priced $1 and S3 *2.95 i / SHOE AKLY *'* SO • truly welcome and adorable gifts JnakG Second lYAIlT. fhone 2S2 OVSK 6 MILLION FRIGIDAIRZS HAVE BSSN BUILT AND SOLO! 1-3 DOWN ,- 1-3 -- 13 Bit 1942 HAVE ORIGINAL 206 W. Main J. W. Phone 233 Due to the unusual values, ali sales are cash and no exchanges or refunds. A SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS 'See What's New at Whitselt's' Miss Whitsitfs

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