The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 13, 1934
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TWO JBLTOjEVlLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JANUARY 13.' 103-1 at '.Social Calendar 1; ••', SUNDAY'S EVENTS ;; observance of Woman's Day at v-First Ciirlst Ian church. , - MONDAY'S EVENT'S 'I Guild of St. Stephen Episcopal i ^church meeting wilh Mrs. W. R. •jMcAdams, 2:30 p. m. i, Jewish ^ Ladles Aid mewline • >Temple Israel at 8 p. in. |; W. M. U. First Baptisl church • Iniecling x at church. 2:30 p.m. • -^Woman's council First Christian •cji.u'rch meeting n-'.lli Mrs. B. O 'fjiller,.-2:30 p.m. . K .'. TUESDAY'S EVENTS '.; Mrs.' Murray SiiiarL cnlei taining JYomig Matrons Bridge club. 11-Business Women's circle First .(Presbyterian church having supper it; church, 7 p. in. t" Tuesday Conlracl club meeting •-With Mrs. Harry Klrby. " J . Maple Grove cciueiery ussociu- kt';oii mecling^wlth Mrs. J. D >Barksd'ale, 2:30 pm. 1017 Chieka- • •-. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS * ; Current Events club mccllnt, .with Mrs: W. H. Minyard. •-•Mrs. jiBob Wilks cnterlaininb ^Wednesday Bridge club. .."Central '.Ward P. T. A. mcelliii •in .junior" high f><-:,ool tiudltorhm jj r-m. ' I THURSDAY'S EVENTS <v Thursday Conlract club. Mrs. G ;E. Keck, hostess. , • Mrs. B. A. Lyncli having Mid .Week Bridge club. *-. Pilgrim Lutheran church gull JAeettng at school. 2:30 p. m. » *• ~~^~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ 'Miss Evelyn Cooper I;"-: Weds I. E. Parkhurs ;, Announcement has been ma( M 'the marriage of Miss Eveiy iGpopcr, of Holland, Mo., to M sjra E. Parkhurst, of this city. Tl awedding • wns "solemnized in fit jloili.von Tuesday, January 9. Mr. - Parkhursl and his bride returned home yesterday and are now nt home in the Ingrain apartments. For the ceremony the bride wore a tailored frock of Roosevelt blue. rough crepe with black accessories. Mrs. Parkhurst', who - is the daughter, of Mr. and; Mrs. M. B. Cooper, of Holland, attended the high school in that town and Arkansas State college at Jonesboro. Later she was a teacher In the Oak Ridge school . hear Holland. : Recently she was employed al the ' .Parkhursl store. .. 'The.' bridcgroohv Is well known •here,;Whe're he. has, been in buSl- "ijess" for ;25 -. yeais. CONCEALMENT I'VE lc,iinc<Jlotlo my tasks qiulc Al U'.isl Itic iJCniilesny , My KiiiRL-rlirrntl is fairly My iniiiiif.bwtcl and gay. I (-ALI- 011 stnil-ii^s oiul I To (liutK-r ;uid lo .slHw.s — oil, inncli IIKMX' I'm suit; nobo<ly knows 'THAT now and Ihcn nt i \ nlrnnsl droii Jiiy cuii, lU'canso 1 .1111 nrmEtfril Your \\KK \\lifii I Itwk Bits of Nexs Personal HES Mrs. H. J. Ktcliulienst ano"' two daughters will return Monday fron Si. Louis where they have beci veiling for tliree weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson. formerly of here and now of Greenwood, Miss., spent yesterday emoiito lo Caruthersvilic, Mo for FIRST- METHOW&T C'l!l : HCH W. V. Worrmk, Pastor Church schcol, 9:45 a.m. E. E Ferguson, supt. Senior and Hi-I.cague service), 8:45 p.m Worship services nt H am. and .311 p.m. Pastor's subject at nuirn- .iijj hour, "Working in Ihc Church. Al the evening hour a character study of Simon Pi-'.cr. Special music by Ihe choir. , visit wilh Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Strangers viled. and visitors arc ln- I.AKK Cot, STRKET MKTIIOD1ST Johnson and Like Wright who nlso formerly lived here. Mrs. rtoy Kooncc lias returned from Memphis where she has been In Campbell's clinic for X-ray treatments caused by an automobile accident Christmas night In which she was Injured. She fs .slowly Improving. Julius Jiedcl and his sister, Miss Deborah ; Jiedel, of Memphis, attended lo business here yesterday. Waller Logan will go to Jones- Ixno tomorrow where he wilt at- lend Arkansas State college, lie was n student there last year. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Rofienthnl returned today from a week's visit In Dallas and other points of Texas, and Shrevcport. La. Mrs. L. n. Chamblln and Mrs Lucy McAdams spent Thursday In Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Good: motored, lo Memphis Thursdns night lo hear Morton Downey. The Rev. and Mrs. E. Z. Ncw- fioin and family of Paragould, arc. (.r.csU; of the Rev. and Mrs. J. New.som. •Se- W. J. I.eRoy, I'.islor Sunday school, 9:4y. Iverson Morr's, supcrimcndni 1 . Preaching, 10:50 Subject: ticlivc Living 1934" League Meetings, 6:110 and 7:00 Preaching, :30. Subject: •'The y | One Light for AI.l, Hie World The Lake Street church YOUIIJ, ople won the banner again mday afternoon »'. Joiuci 1 . Let's have a b.vgo ndi'iidancc nday at all 1/ct's hmn our attendance at all service nd be ready for a greal n-por Brother Wlgylns January '28 I'iie Friendly Ch.:rch." Local Bridge Players May Compete in World Tourney Bridge devotees of Blylhevllle fii:d surrounding teirllory will be t'.ven the op]K>rtu: ity to play Hi nxcltlng liand'i !•. Ihc world's most fainoub bridge classic for the givalesl array of ti opines ever of- lered in anv bri-lge event. The hands were select ^.l and be , -.E-JW; Ten-)' . Complimented _ E. M. Terry, who !s retiring as "Treasurer of tho" First Christian Church after eight yeans In that .office, was the guest of his fellow board members at a duck supiwr •given In his honor at (he Christian Hall on Thursday night. . Gco. W. Barham acted as toastmaster, and he spoke to Mr. Terry on behalf of the board the deep appreciation of the group for Ills long and faithful service mid presented '.him with u belt as n token of their esteem. Mr. Terry responded with a brief history or his connection with the local church scored againsl pa- by the world's outstanding experts and nulhon- tles. Harry W. Haine; and Everett B. Gee arc spousjving local com- .pelition _in Ihc World Urld?c Olywpic.,v^hc r . grci.t world wide tournament ofUhe National Bridge cr5ocialion. Local entniuts wi'l play nt Ihc L'lythcvllle Country Club Thursday, February 1, si ailing ill 8 p.m. Two hundred thousand bridge players in forty different countries and speakinfr twenty dlflcr- tni longucs will the same Lcachville Society — Personal ''.!lc Counlry dull or not. Those desiring lo piny should select their [wrlurrs UIK[ make rescrva- l:t'iis us promptly :\s possible. Knch team of tuu will .play the entire 10 hands against ihi^ same opponents. Reservation; should be made by telephoning No 30fi or No. 67. Hayti Society — Personal} 'which covers the century. nearly a quarter of The other members spoke briefly in eulogy of his service as an official, as n chairman and citizen. Afler supper dartball was played and'the men lingered about the •open fireplace' visiting until a late hour.. rands to delcimiiiL- ihe contract bridge chumpiotis uf the world] r.nd (lie rlmmplonr, of countries,! slates and province. The Olympic committee ol the National Bridge association has sell clcd Ihc 15 hands, which reprc- ^cnl \vidcly varied poinls of bid- ting and piny. The Olympic lianas fiv declared lo l:c equally re- lo all sys'cms of biadtn;; ri.d It makes no ulllcrencc to itie Clymi.'c Judges wlmi system con- The Woman's Missionary Union Association nicctimj wus held at Portauevillc Friday A very good Htlendance from all parts of the i'.ssoclatlon with n very fine pro- tiiim helped lo make (he mcel- iiiC a success. The program iu- | eluded an outline o! (he work for (lie year 1934. Three from Jlnyll intending were l?c\. and Mrs. J. E. Compere, Hev. :nid Mis. J. W Oiinnlmrhain, Mesramcs M. Fry, S. E. Nclhery, Mable Burrcss, Kftn Compere, Will Ciiil, Frank Foster, G. Gillitm, A. GG. Sanders, G. W. Moore, and Dswcv Moore. Dr. G. W. Houj-teil of Parma, Mrs. Audry Garner of Merjiph s the house guest of Misses Rut and Elizabeth Lee. Mrs. Game will be remembered as a forme Leachville high school girl ijpforc her marriage was Miss Jo- Gwyn Galloway. A number of li formal affairs are planner! In IH. honor durinR her visit. Miss Louise Williams spent U first of the week, as Ihe guest c Mr. and Mrs. Paul Butts of Blac Oak. Mrs. Marlha Johnson Is speiu ing two weeks n-s the guest of. hi sls'.c'r in Flat River. Mo. * Mrs. t,. G. Byerlcy cnlcrlahu Wednesday night. wilh a brld; and rummy party. Mrs. A. E. Ito' Inson won first prize at bridge ai Mrs. E. H. Tabcr won the rumn prize. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Moore we IKST PRRSBYTF.RMN CHl'KCI S. H. Salmull.. I'a^lur Sunday Church School. 9:45 a.n . E. Vail, Supl. Morning worship 11:00 am. Ser ion loplc: "Only Uy Prayer nn nsting." Young People "f the clutrcl :30 p.m. going in a body to til hristian church for union servic :iere. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Sei ion topic, "It's SI ill His." FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH E. K. lalimer, Minister Church school, 9:45 n. m. Holy Communion and sermon, lli in. Observance of Woman's Day, nee, spirilual baptism, and rc- cr.erailon, mortal-; put oft Ihelr lalciial beliefs 3!,d false indi- iduallty," <page 241-2). The Christian Science Heading (,om is open Tmsday and Prl- a yfroin 2 to 4 pm. at room 108, olcl Noble. All are cordially Invited. CALVARY BAl'TIST CHURCH Lilly Street J. C'. Wlmbertay, pallor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Preaching. II u.;n. Evening services: B. Y. P. U. i-rvicc, 6:« p.m.; preaching, 7:25 in Everybody is invlteo 1 . ' Osceola Society — Personal THIS CURIOUS WORLD 8 William son Mrs. M. W. Divtnpott of Up and, Cal., Mrs. Tliad Felton oi fouston, Tex., nr.C Mrs. Hugh' luglicy of Allanta Ga., are three altractivc visitors who have in- .plrcd several delightful social af- uirs this week. Mrs. Fclloii, wlii arrived last week for a three weeks stay with ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. [.oven-ell, was joined here Tuesday by her sisler, MIC Hughcy, who was .nccomjianicrt by her small daughter. Sue Cliiy. Mrs. Davenport arrived early in the week for r; brief visit with her brother, W. E. Hunt, and Mrs Hunt, before icturning to her home in California after spcnc'ihg the holidays with her parents at Stanton, T?nn. Mrs. Charles E. Suitcnger entertained at bridge, especially cc.mpllmcntmg M;s. Davenport. Wednesday afternoon. Among the 16 guests who enjoyed her hospitality were Mrs. Fellor. and Mrs. Hughey, Mrs. Noble Hunt of Luxora and Mrs. Keb.i Davidson ol li.'ilontown, Ala., (lie latter visit- 1 ! Ing her daughter, Mrs: Charles' j ARE FOUND IN MEXICO AND THE SOUTHERN PART OF TEXAS. WHO RULED OVER HAWAII FROM 1874 TO 1691, HAD HIS CORONATION N/NE Y£AffS AFTER HE BECAME KING/ HE READ OF THE ELAftORATE CORONATIONS OF EUROPEAN KINGS AND DECiOED TO HAVE ONE HIMSELF/ crmon subject: "Christian Mis- ions and Our Modern World." There will l« no vesjier scrvclc. A cordial welcome alwavs. use. The coiupelition give local - Central Ward P. t. A. • Executive Board Meets playing ; ' Reports made at the meeting hunds. nnd : - 7 of the executive board of the [unity to 'Central Ward Parent-Teacher as- 1 soclatlon yesterday afternoon rtis- ' closed that- the cod liver oil pro- ,.ject is being expertly handled rte' spite Ihe inconvenience because of ' classes being held at the First ; Methodist church. This project will be continued J through tilt remainder of Ihe winter if contributors continue to do•. nale money for the of ' oil which is Riven twice daily by teachers. At the present some of •• tlic conlribulors have not paid • ."their-usual donations and U was reported thai money Is needed ini- •• mediately if tho project is con* tinucd under the same plan. .. New projects were planned for - the immedialc future which will • be placed before the general meeting of the group Wednesday ..aflernoon, 3 o'clock, at the junior high auditorium. At this meeting Mrs. Harry W-. Haincf. president, will preside. A new feature will be -a nursery where members of Miss . Mary Outlaw's Girl Scout troop will care for children while their mothers attend the meeting. : • * * Mrs. Bomrn Glrtn P«rtj- Becauce'it-was Mrs. Edttar Borum's. birthday Mjss Maude Cul- lisc-n- surprised her. with an Informal party last evening when she rjad eight friends in to play bridge. ';The prize, hosiery, went to Mrs. Henry- Humphrey, and Mrs. Borum s"-, showered wilh handkerchiefs players the Ihrill of matching llicir skill at bidding an.! play againsl contract bridge players throughout Ihc world. At the same lime have !l'e pleasure of unusually fascinating will have nn opjior- impro/i! their games through study of n complete analysis o! correct bidding and play nn each hand, which nil! be sent lo every parlicip-uit. The entry Ice is SI per pUivrr. ; The tourmimri'.t is open to all, I whether members of the Blyllic-' Mo., attended lo business usilcd R. N. Brr-rher and Carl Buskin here Friday. . Mendel Shninbcrj attended lo Lnsiness in SI. Louis a few days ihls week. Dr. Edna Nlcs of Dlylhcvllle attended to business here Thursday. Miss Virginia Eachus. who has been In Bcnlon the past week visiting friends, returned lo her home t-cre Friday. Hornersville Society-Personal guests Sunday of Dr. an<l Mrs. E. Robinson. The Moorcs w U'ave soon to make their home Slkpston, Mo. Mrs. Ralph Gibbins jr., Is ex-j peeled home Sunday from Hum-! boldt, Tcnn., where she has spent' u month nfl Hie guest of her sister, Mrs. Don Choale. Mrs. A. A. Anderson, mother of Mrs. Choate. will remain in Humboldl indefinitely. Jack Hobdy of New York city, who came here for a- visit with his molhcr. Mrs. T,. n. Hobdy. will make his home in Lenchvillc. Ho has taken over the management to the Allen picture show and will live wilh his mother. Miss Dorothy Robinson will spend Hie week cud in Pai,v,'ould with her grandparents. Air. and Mrs. J. P. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Alexander spent. Wednesday in Jonesbnro. E. E. Byrd has returned from St. Louis where he and Mrs. Byrd visited the tatter's parents. Mrs. Byrd will remain in St. Louis for n month. StCONU BAI'TIS-l CHURCH J. L. Newsmn. Paster Sunday school, ?:-l5 a in. Tom- rnie Bpgini, Siipl. Sermon, 11 a.m. Subject, "The Smoking Flax." B. Y. P. U.. 6:30. Mrs. J. L. Ncu-som, director. Sermon, 7:30 p.iv. Subject, "The Fin Unto Death." W. M. S. Monday, 2:30 p.m. Marvin Lane, prpsifirnl. Prayer Services Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Business miclmi; 'of tlic church after prayir services. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Euplia I). Bcasley, Pastor Sunday school, 9:-)5 a. m. E. L, Evans, supt. Morning worship, 11 a, m. Sub ject: "Decaying Love." N. Y. P. S., 6:30 p. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Sub ject: "An Indictment Against thi Lost." We cordially invite you to thi church whose characteristics ma; ic sel forth as follows: "The wholi ible without criticism, spirituall. ith fanaticism, preaching of fun •unenlnls. definite Christian ex ericnce emphasized." Mrs. Roy Sloan and daughter. Barbara June, returned to their! home in ColllersviHe. Tenti. Sun day nflcr n two weeks visit with Inviting . three friends was used j and a birthday dinner menu was served :U small (nblcs. Those had | centerpiece of mixed baiiquels uf 1 sprk'ig flowers. Later rook was played and after! Mrs. Sloan's pafenls. Mr. and Mrs. the game the guests presented Bills '| W. E. Hayes, to the ladies who Invited them.. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Waciicr ic- Inchided in those present was Mrs. i turned Thursday to their home in L. Mourc of Kansas City who Is | Marks. Miss., after a few days visiting her sister. Mrs. E. D.! visit with Mrs. Wagner's nunt, Mrs. i Ferguson, and Mr. Ferguson. ;O. J. Cope, and Mr. Cope. • ' * ; Mrs. John Uecn returned Wcd- '•egicn Aux'y ! iiesd;ij from St. Louis where she Has a Mcctin; |took the state board examination Nine members ol the American i for beauty parlor operators. /Fights for Seat &'' In Congress Lesion auxiliary allendcd a meeting at the home of Mrs. Loy Welch Miss Ellzabclh Pope of Hurst, III., arrived Saturday and relurn- from alt the 'guests. .The rtobtess served a salad course with coffee,' Hare hlrthd»y r Par Tlie seven ladies, who for several years have ; had a cooperative birth- da? party • because their birth anniversaries .are In January, had their annual affair Thursday at the home of Mrs. J. W. Adams sr. Other hostesses were Mmes. W. F. Brewer, O. C. Ganske, T. J. Crowder, Charles F. Wood, Emma Bur. ntt and H. o. Goodwin:' .. Tbe'wne plan of each hostess Frlday afternoon when Mrs. A. Sunday with her aunt. Mrs. Wafhbiirn. vice presWent. presid- Bertha Klnsolving. who had HKnt cd. | two weeks here. Mrs. Roland Green, legislative] Dr. E. G. Cope nnd son Edwin chairman, gave a paper and Mrs. | made a business trip to Memphis C. G. Redman and Mrs. Russell I Wednesday. Farr sang a duct. j Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Granthani II was announced that all mem-1 returned Tuesday from N'cwbcrn. bcis of the group BIC invited to nl-ITcnn.. where they hart been visit- tend the informal reception ai: ing relallvcs. Mrs. Granlham un- Liltle Rock tomorrow .afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mary Ellis Brown lor Mrs. Charles H Miller of'Lii- lle Rock, nallonal vice president of the southern division of the auxiliary. Mrs. Howard Proclor. rtcnvcnl a major oix-ralion at Dy. crsburs during her May. Mrs. George 3. Brown was hosl- ess lo Ihc Woman's Missionary EOciely Thursday. January 4. at n mccltng at which officers for 1034 president : of-the local group and i were installed. Mrs. E. G. Cope first vice president of the state.!vas installed as president for the •'••is lo atlcnd this "oiicn hou.-c" ivinch la to be a laigc affair. Mrs. Proclor will be In the first receiving line'along wilh oilier state officers of, this group. In the business session it was reported that. $5 was received for the prize at the recent stunt night and that Christmas cheer was provided for a family. "Cookies' and' hot chocolate were flllli year. "Church Ninht" was ohscncd at. the Method!.'' church Wednesday. Ninety menibns met in (he basement at 7 p. m. nnd enjoyed a delicious meal served by Ihc W M. S. Liter there was n devotional service nnd set-together meeting in Ihe auditorium under the direction of the pastor. Her seal In Congress from ihe 31n«>* Long candldalp, f s s!-,own Read Courier Xcws Want Ads. aflcr receiving election without a primary, while Kandors was selected ih-an-unofflclal "cHtiani 1 election," .:-... CREAKS WHEN IT IS TOO COIDTO MELT UNDER. PRESSURE OF FOOTSTEPS AMD THE DRY CRYSTALS SLIP OVER ONE ANOTHER. KING KALAKUA was unhappy when ho realized that he was lic only reigning monarch who had nol had an tkiborate coronation. He studied historical accounts of famous coronations, ordered Iwo $DDOO crowns, and. in imitation of ChiM'k-magne, phicuf: crown upon his ov:n head. OSCKOF.A PRESHYTEK1AN CHURCH Marsh M. Callaway. Minister The quarterly communion service ill be celebrated at the regular crvicc. The minister will use res is communion mediation the sub- cct "A Kingdom For The Class- Tills church does not have night ;rvlces and the entire congrega- lon Is Invited to the morning scr- icc. The public is invited. "E was glad when they said unto la. Let us go unto the house of he Lord." Lowrance jr. of Driver. Mrs. Hugli- y won high score j.-rize, Mrs. Fcl- nn cut consolation favor and Mrs Javenport w a s precenlf-d harming gift. Mrs. W. W. Prei-.'itt entertained nformally for • Mrs. Davenpotl rVednesday evening and Thursday «hr- shared Honors with Mrs. Felon and Mrs. HusSty'ixt a bridge uncheon when Mr;-. J. H. Love ntii was 'hostess to' members o her club and other guesls, includ ing Mrs. Davidson. Mrs. C. E. Sullenger. and Mrs. Georgia G. Williamson. High score prize was awarded Mrs. F. p. Jacobs and dainty guest favors were presented the honorces. * • • Mrs. .Milton Pope entertained nor twd table-club.-and'guests at a. three table bridge party Friday afternoon. The guesls including Mcsdames G. A. iRobison. James K. Pratlicr. Win. House, Fisher, J. H. Lovewell and L. D. Massey of Osceola. Mrs. Hugh Hughey ol Atlanta and Mrs. Thad Felton of Houston, Texas, who are gtiesl-s of their parcnls, Mr. and Mrs. J. H Lovewell. Higli score club prize was won by Mrs. E. S. Driver and Mrs. Fellon won high guest prize. Misses Mary Crouch and Mary Alargarct McElvain cnlcrtained 12 guests at bridge complimenting Mrs. James Ransome Culloni of Wilson, who until her recent mar- NEXT: Why does a salnum return lo Us liirlliplai-r lu spawn': Luck Requires Support of Good Play to Make This Slam Today's Contract Problem North plays the hand at sit liearts. East opens the seven of spades. How should the liand now bo played, and what is the only small slam contract which, with proper defense-, cannot be defeated? A A Q 6 2 ', 4632 + Q105 4. J 8 7 2 Solutiou in next issue. *JS Duplicate— K. and W. vnl. Opening lead—V Q- South West 'North East Pass Pass 1 & Pang k Pass ,. -14i Fas) > Pass ' 8 1> i'aas Solution to Previous Contract Problem KV WM. t. McKENXKY riaye was Miss Katherine Jones of Scr retary, American Brid'se League ^ ' „._. „ ,.. No °''C can deny Ihc fact that flLGRIM LUTHERAN- CHURCH II. 1. Klcindicmt, Pajstor Sunday school. 9 a. m. Morning Worship. 10 a. m. Sermon Iheme: "A Pilgrim's Pro- ;rcss in 1934." Evening Worship. 1 p. m. Theme if -sermon: "Walch Your Heart." Important congregational mcci- ng after morning service. Thursdny 2:30 p. in.. Pilgrim ^'lfl meets at Ihc school. Friday. 7 j>. m. Informal Icc- ure on "The Divine Law." A cordial invilalion Is extended you to visit our services. ntCRCII OK CHRIST Sunday school and church will be held in the main 'auditorium of he court house Sunday wilh Sunday school at 10 a. m. and church at 11 a. m. The Rev. J. A. Tayor will preach. All arc cordially invited. JIER1STIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY "Sacrament" is ;hc subject ol ihe Lesson-Sermon to be read in tile Christian service. Sunday moining ai 11 o'clock. The Golden Text is. "Let us keep Ihf- feast. uo>. with old Icav- 111. wither wilh '.he new leaven ol malice and wickedness: hutwtlh the milcavrncd bi(ad of sincerity id liutli" '1 Corlnthi.ins 5:8>. Amoiu Ihr ntat'ons from the liible is Ihe ffilloving: "In those days came John the. Uaptist prcachhn in thr wilderness of Judaea, and Myin-r. Re[>ont ye for the kinsdoiii ^f heaven is :il t and" (Mallhcvi- S.I. 21. The IjCssnn-Srrtncn will also include p.iwn^s trn.t: Ihe Clnistiai Science trx!l:*x'k. "Srirnce am jfenlth \\ilh Key to (hr Scrip turcs." by Mary noker Kddy. om of which ri>:Kls, "it is easier for a Cjlnel to go thto-sh the eye o a needle,' than for sinful belief: to enter tho kingdom of heaven Menial hr,nf.ony. ^Through repent Ttic party was the occasion for a shower of miscellaneous gifts for Mrs. Culloni. High score prize was won by Miss Virginia Smith and Miss Echia Ayers cut consolation favor. * * • Chief Deputy Sheriff Hale Jackson was host to a party of friends and fellow law enforcement officers at a buffet -s.ipper at his home here. The guest list included Sheriff Clarence Wilson of Bly- thcvillc, Sheriff W. J. Baqpn and Chief Deputy Charles Garibaldi of Memphis, Commissioner Sum Jackson nnd Neely Bowen of Memphis, C. C. Bowen, Baker Turner. James Ca'ri.wr;ght Jr.. Enrl Qulnn. Dave Gwaltney, Jake Thrailkill and Dave Young of Osceola. Arch Lindscy and E. B. David of Bly- Ihcviilc. Herman Spiccr of Luxora. Jesse Greer of Wilson and Shell Harrison of Joiner. Sixty-six members attended the uonllily meeting ol Ihc Parent- 1'rfichei association and enjoyed r ograii! which inc'udcd a talk 01 Ihrift by Miss Emma Cox. vocn solos by Raymon'i Simons, and several numbers !jy Ihc rhythm l?.nd of Ihc first trade. Attendance prias were awarded the first grade nnd the sopho- .orc class. Plain for a heneht Usket b.ill game bclwcen gr.ide n.d high school mothers were mide and Mrs. E. H. Slcvcns aim :r.s. F. H. Monov; were named a CMnnvtltcc to Ihe learns. Mrs Ray Madden presided al the entiirg In Ihc absence of Mrs. E. Lhc clement aeny of luck enters inlo Ihe game of contract bridge. I am a firm believer In the fact that, over a ixriod of time, the clement o! luck is distributed evenly and the winning player is the one who can lake advantage of the good breaks. Elere is a hand in which the declarer receives a favorable opcninst and then, if he plays the hand wrong, might complain Hiat it was his hard luck to !ind Ihe queen of diamonds on Ihc wrong fide. However, when Ihc hand' was played by Ray H. Eisenlord Erie. Pa., whose popularity was attested by his recent election as president- of the American Bridge League for 193-1. he took advantage of this favorable opening an;! made his ccnlr.ici by resorting to n nice elimination play. . The Ridding While Soulh has a fair-lnokini; hand, it i., not strolls enough to North, unless his partner has seme additional strength, signs tho hand off with a bid of tour spudes. South makes a.mild slam try by bidding five diamonds, and North Iwcll reasons that this bid cannol j be made without the ace of heart.s. In other ivords. what *cmi!d South hold, to have Invited the slam? So North accepts the invitation -not being vulnerable—and goes to six spades. The Play East's opening lead is tin jc quucn of hearts. If East iiad opened a spade. West would have won 'iilh Ihc ace and returned a heart and the comracl would have been defeated. With ihe heart opening. Eiscnlord, in Ihe North, won the Irick in dummy wilh Ihc ace. • It now looked as though the lo| cation of the queen of diamonds 'as. WHS the governing factor of the °' hand. However. Eiteniord could sec that, if West held the nee of spades, ELscnlord would be able tr> make Ihe hand, regardless of the diamond locution, by eliminating' the hand of hearts and clubs. So n small heart was relumed and ruffed wilh the Ihice of spades. The ace and l:intt of clubs worn cashed and .1 club ruffed in dummy. Now the nine ol ,s|«des of r , one spade. 1< ! clna ! 1(ii "8 J " mP Thome, the prtsidcnl. • « t Members 'of Iho Method isl Wo- inij of inciiiherr. i:i .'octal activities. Circle No. 1 will mccl Mondav ttilh Mrs. C'oic Circle No. 2 i.ill meei with Mr<; c. C. IJowen. * • * Mr. and Mrs. w. E. Hunt and , '' 5 c a ihird: «' lo «" ^th the aec. ,-ir.d Wcs,-, South is ; vva . s hdni..^ « eamc j {, ,i c 'returned a club or a heart. " lrcc .Eisenlord would discard the live o; , diamonds.- and rufl in dummy. while if a diamond is rclurnerl. IL circles (or j eliminates necessity lor the fin- ll'.eir ?, Mrs. M. W. Daven- mens Missionary scctety began nrw .verics of kwons at r.icctin:; Monday w:ilch will the early history ol the- Methodist church. Mr;. R. C. Morc- V-rad viill lead the studies. Mrs. W. L. Segai-E. newly elerl- td president, named committees tor the year. Inclv.oins a conunll- trc In look allcr Ihn needs ol the paifonaijc. which Is comiioscd of Mis. C. M. Haiwrll. Mrs. G. B. Segiaves and Mrs. A. S. Hogeis. • • • onireis of the Unptlst Womans Missionary union, newly clcctori. niel Monday afternoon at the home of the president, Mrs. E. L. Cole, to formulate plans for the year's pou of Upland. Cal. were dinner in I.;ixor.i Thursday evening Mrs. ?iicMs ot Mr. and Mrs. Noble Hunt Davenport, who is a sislcr of W. E. anil N'obir Hunt, remained overnight ' ' Luxora and left Friday, their rclllr1 >hu; to her home in Califor- iracc nt " Mrs. Funk Yaurv h:is brcn in the " • Tliere have "«:cn four prcsl-i^nn in Peru in the. snme number ol years. GRADE A. Raw Milk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy will include ihe gioup- horr/, here. the Bap'.isl hnspitai'. Memphis. NM'il several days for oli.xcivallon ar.d | Ircaltr.ent. Mrs. Hale .larkson was reiiortcd in good condition Friday followini; nn niirralion Thursday morning at ; I liaplist hospital, Memphis. 'j Mrs. Hulh Hale Carlisle, who has been seriously ill at Ihc Bap-11 lisl hnspilai. MetnuliLs. loll owl IK ' denial surgery necessitated by an automobile accident durlnp lire! holidays, is much improved. Her sister. Miss Louise. Hale, who sustained a broken les In the same accident, Is recovering at their For Sale 3 liumllcs 25c Special l;ir>;c orders. CHICAGO -JHI.I. LUMBEUCO. (n

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