The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 16, 1934
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PAGE TWO JBLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.V COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY 1(1 19IM . .Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Current Events club meeting with Mrs. W. H. Minyard. : " Mrs. Bob Wilks entertaining Wednesday Bridge r!ub. Central Ward V. T. A. meeting in junior Irish, sri.col auditorium 3 p.m. Delphian mci'lmp. Hotel Noble, '&:.% A. M. THURSDAY'S EVENTS • Thursday Contract club, Mrs. G E. Keck, hostess. Mrs. B. A. Lynch having Midweek Bridge club. Pilgrim Lutheran church guild meeting at school, 2;30 p. in. Cliurcli of Christ women having Bible study meeting with Mrs. Howard Gill.' Yarbro Missionary society meeting with Mrs. Z03 'Thnmuson. Mrs. Essie Davis entcrtatnlne with bridge party end shower al home of Mrs. W. D. Chamblln, Jr.. coinpllmenlin;, Mrs. W. E. Poddy who u p :is formerly Miss ', Elizabeth Biythc. i30 1>. M. FRIDAY'S EVENTS County council r. T. A. meeting Vat Osceola. Music department Woiuau's dull meeting at Firsi Methodist church, 3 P. M. Turns From Skyways lo Fashion Designing Sleclc-Cootcr Society — Personal Circles Meet. Members of the four circles In 'the woman's M^ilonary society cl the First "jthodisf church, who were selected last 'week for their various groups, had mecl- Mnis Monday afternoon. • In circle 1 Mrs. Par, O'Bryant • was chosen chairman; Mrs. W. F. Brewer, assistant chairman; Mrs. Joel Chandler, secretary; Mrs. E. J. Browne, trcasurrr; Mrs. W. L. Korner, social seivtce chairman; .; Mrs. M. O. Usrcj study Icadc.-; : Mrt. Charles F. Wood, reporter. . Tlie meeting was h?"d at the home /if Mrs. W. A. Stlcltmon with Mrs. '. faille . Hubler aKi • hostess. Mrs •Kubler . conducted the devotional -.'for the 12 member.-. and one vls- ' itor, Mrs. Calloway. ol Arkadcl- lihla, Ark., who Is the guest of hei rjniighlcr. Mrs. Charles L. Wylle, and. Mr. Wyllc. A pear salad was . served with tea. . Mrs. A. M.' BiitV and Mrs. A. M. R. Branson pnlcrtaincri circle .-. 2 at" the home of Mrs. Butt. The 22 present selected Mrs. A. O ' Hudson as chairmen. Mrs. J. \V '-. /loams, Sr., assistant chairman; • t Mrs. Dwight Bowel', secretary'; Mrs W: J. Pollard, treasurer; Mrs. O N. Hawkins, study leader; Mrs P. E. - Ccolsy, rifsistiinl; 'Mrs Bryant Slewait. social servlci chainnan. Mrs. P. E. Cooley conducted the devotional and In the social hour a fruit, salad was served with coffee. Mrs. J. W. Aaams. Jr., wa: chosen as chairmen of circle ; which met at th? home of Mrs Roland Green with Mrs. W. M Williams and Mrs. L. H, Moor ••Iso hostesses. Other olticcr ejected 'were: Mrs. K. P. Paddisoi t-fsistanl chairman; Mrs. O. C Oanske, secretary. Mrs. Hilcy B Jones, treasurer; Mrs. L. I Mcore, social se:\lce chairman Mrs. Harry Kirby. study Icadc The 13 present vrevc led in a dc votlonnl by Mrs. O. C. Gansk Sandwiches, cake and coffee wer served. Circle 4 mst w'lh Mrs. B. i Lynch. Mrs. C. G. Hedmnn wr elected chairman; Mrs. Loy Welc! assistant chairman. Mrs. Max 1 Reid, secretary; Mrs. Floyd Acto tieasurer; Mrs. J. M. Jontz. soei service chairman; Mrs. James Hi Ji.. study leader The devotion was led by Mrs. Lynch. San. v.:che's and tea v>ere served II IS present. • • • Christ Ambassadors .Meet. The Christ Ambassadors ol tl Assembly of God church met Sut day. The class opened with son and prayer. A program of Bib questions tind true and fat, statements was held. Reports from the commitic were as follows: Katheriue Trai ham, Ollie Burns. Pete Trail ham, Ernest Vanbibber. Leona... Humbert, and Lew is Schiillz vis- Remember Your Long Suit May Not Fit With Partner's Slccle Kaslern Star Officers Installed. At a meeting of Stcelc chapter No. 330, Order of the Eastern Star [he following officers were installed for 1934: worthy matron Mrs. Kstcr Collens; wor'.hy pa Iron, N, Koury; associate matron Mrs. J. P. Patterson; secretary Mra. Myrant; treasurer. Mrs. Best; conductress, Miss Riibyc Abhlev; organist, Mrs. Sims Michic; Ada, Mrs. Daisy Norlhcult: Ruth. Mrs. Mollie Lee Hales; Ester. Mrs. Lu- dlc Ray; Martha, Mrs. C. P. Howard: Elccta, Mrs. Martha Kouvy; warder, Mrs. Alvln Stephens; sentinel, Rev. A. 11. Sadltcr, marshal, Mrs. II. L. Ycager. • t « Turner-Owens. Mr. anil Mrs. J. P, Owens have announced the marriage of their daughter, Jessie, lo Mr. George The ceremony was performed December 31 bu( was kept n secret nnlil last week, when II was announced to friends. Mi-s. Turner wns a member of Ihe 1933 gradualiiiK class of the Slcele high school. Mr. Turner, who is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Turner of Canilhersville. is employed in Memphis, where they £ will make- Iheir home. * * * The 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Boone, who was rc- . turned home last week from the 1 Blythevillo hospital, remains critically 111. Mrs. Opa limit has relumed to Chicago after an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. Wagster. Mrs. Rex Hughes, the .former Miss Thclma McAdams. is somewhat Improved after a serious illness. She is at the home of her parents at Tyler. Miss Nellie Simmons and grandmother, Mrs. Koury, have returned (from an extended visit with relatives at Carbondale. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Copeland and {laughter. Jane, of New Madrid, spent Sunday with their parents at Cooler. Mrs. Jonnie Rhode.'! entertained her Mid-Week club and three guests, Mrs. Gus Cooper. Mrs. Mu- tcliell Hanira, and Miss Helen f.'o'pelnnd, at n bunco party last week. . Wrikeleigh Clark left Monday to enroll at Arkansas State College, Joncsboro, instead of returning to Hiirdiug college, Morrilton, Ark.. •hich he ntlcucled until he was brought home for a tonsil opcr- xtion last wffk. L. C. Spencer spent Saturday n Jackson. Tcnn., where he at- emlcd a conference of .agents of the Life and Casualty Insurance Today's Contract Problem South has the jontract at three 110 trump. Vest opens [he queen of diamonds. Slow should South nlay the hand? < *9 52 " VA7 3 « (15 + A.K6S3 (Blind) (Blind) Solution In next Issue. next, a club being discarded from dummy. Now a small heart Is played and ruflcd in dummy r.nd the eight of spades returned, declarer ruffing with the jack of diamonds. All the declarer need do now I is lead a heart, ruff in dummy | with the eight of diamonds, take | two chucks on the queen and ten of spades, ami give up a club trick, making six odd. 'The Proper Thing" Editor's Not<: Questions relating lo etiquette will tc a nw .-ved in this column each Jay y uu are invltcil to use it. Steel Heiress Seeks Libert} Solution to Previous Contract Problem BY WM. E. McKENNKV Secretary, American Bridge While we all like to pick up a hand containing a long major suit, too many players, when ihey "see a hand of this tyi>e, immediately decide that this Is the suit at which the hand must be played. Bridge is a partnership game and It is not up to you as an individual lo select the proper suit, but, by intelligent bidding, the partnership should arrive at Ihe safely of the hand. 4 AQ10 853 V None * AS 64 + AS3 I S 43 «Q10 *KQJ5 * None VAQ72 4 KJO 72 A97C2 Duplicate—None Vul. Opening lead— Jf, K. •joutli West ZVortli East Pass Pass 14 2V Double Pass 2 4 Pass J 4 Pass 3 jt Pass i N. T. Pass Pass Pass Pass • Pass "Is it always proper to sivak lo fellow- guests, or must you first be Introduced?" Under all informal clrcnumanc- cs the home of a friend, or relatives, serves as an introduction, but at a very large party, v.ich a.s a dance or \vciltling recEp^o^ it is not customary to speak '.viUi those whom you don't know, unless you and a s'.ranger find yourselves aparl from Ihe others. In such a cas^ you make a casual remark about Hie bride, the dance or Ihe weather. If your companion answers briefly "Yes" or "No," and seems unwilling 10 talk, you say no more. In all probability a congenial acquaintance will arise which is pcifccl- ly permissible. There are certain circumstances when you MUST speak to your neighbors whether or not you have been introduced. You must talk to those sitting on cither side of you at lunch or dinner, whether you are strangers or J enemies. You also lalk with whoever may be sitting next to you al any small gathering. 'Which is correct? 'I was introduced to him' or ;He was introduced to me'?" He was introduced lo me" Is right and "I was -introduced lo him" is wrong. One may also Kiy "I met him at the Blank's" instead of "he was introduced to me," which sometimes sounds stilted. I 'Cruelly lias wrecked lier romance. -Miv. Dorolby Weir Brct-k, above, daughter of 10. T. "Weir, ~tecl nragnftu;, charges in » Reno divorce suit flled against George 1). Hreck. Jr., of Pittsburgh. The Urecks *ere married ten years ago aai liavs no children. \melin Earhnrl takes her hand from the stick of an airplane and turns It to designing clothes for .the tailored girl." And with! success. The versatile avlalrlx makes a white sports tloiisc of -per- oralert clmmols wllh long sleeves fine" small collar with ends which form a flattering tie. The • blouse buttons all the way ui> the front. Miss Earhart is shown above wearing the House. Wilson Society — Personal Ilif father, H. H" rerkins.. "Mr Perkins was accompanied by. Perkins, Mrs. J. C. Perkins, .Jr. and Mrs. Myrtle Tcagardcn' o Yellvillc, who hai been vjsiting Vcrc. • on Moore and Mis. 1 ; Mrry Jo Bii- | clinnan. group captains; Miss W!!- j lo Marshall, sponsor. ' ; * * * Son Horn. • A son was born at (he Illythc- i villc. hospital early today lo Mr. | and Mrs. Joe R. Lilzclfclncr, of | Cnruthevsville. The baby, who! weighs eleven pounds, has not been named. Before her m: Mrs. LitMlfclncr was Miss Aiar-j . , „ „ ...... .— jorie Martin, daughter of Dr. ami j Monday afterncon al the parson- j w omcn were placed on a schedule Mrs. S. P. Martin. """ "" "" """' Kural Sellout Clean Up POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. iUP)— company. Rev. W. M. Duncan is visiting his daughter in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tucker an- .lounce the arrival January 11 of a 9 1-2 pound daughter, born at their home near Holland. The Gibson Woman's club will present the play. "1'oor Married Man." at the Stecle auditorium Wednesday night. Taking part in the play are H. G. Northcnlt, Owen btanflcld. Mr. and Mrs. Lu- Ihcr Howell, Mrs. J. \V. and Mrs. V. L. Blackwell, Miss Mildred Tate and Albert Woody. The proceeds will be used to assist the library in the Gibson commun- The Bidding I prefer lo double with Ihe East holding, rather than overcall with two hearts and subject myself to a possible heavy penalty. The double of one major asks partner if he holds four of Ihe other major. The third hand spade bid has shown South that his partner holds a real hand otherwise the bidding would not have been opened with one spade. South, holding no spades, be lieves that the hand may be a misfit and that more can b gained by Ihe double. Therefore his double is business. However. Norlh decides lo sho 1 the length in spades and re-bid spades. South then shows his suit, and when North, for the third time bids spades, showing length. South properly bids three no trump. Norlh should surrender his spade suit and should advise partner that the hand is not of the no Five gypsy bauies ycllscl so lustily when the gypsy band was IcJg- cd in a La Porte, Tex., jail t^ot Uie authorities released the whole band to get rid ol the noise. GRADE A Raw Milk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy I LIBERTY CASH GROCERS | 314 WEST MAIN St. I Specials f o« Wednesday • Thursday I NAVY BEANS 10 Pounds 35 c TOMATOES 4 Limit No. 2 Citn B'-c D AfAVf Fancy Sliced. Swift's Oriole <\ OJL, DAIUN ' Pound *A2< OLEO I'ound- 101 yet: - Mrs - Ir M. l '"-w entertainedj Approximately 50 women in this .arriasei'nc olflccrs anil superintendents ol I section :>rc spending two weeks i Mar-!' llL ' Methodist MlfKonary society j renovating 59 rural 'schools. The 'Monday afternoon at the parson-: w omcn were placed on a schedul .vc. Plans were dismissed and the to permit, them to complete' tl-.ei yearbook for 103-1 was completed. ' «-ork by Jan. 15. ity. Raymond Cluvs Meets. | Mis. Henry Goldman cnlerUtn- The Darcas Sunday school class = cci Hi? Friday (orirarl club last of the First Baptist church was week. Mrs. E. A Rcgenoid held entertained by Mrs. Frank Sim- i 'p,h score. The Girls Auxiliary of the Bap- mons and Mrs. W. M. Crow al the Simmons home. [)st clmrcli-hold a'.: all day meet- ! Mrs. T. H. Hayncs led the dc- , ,„,, nnd ..,,,* Iuch - dill ,, t , r Syiunlay , volional winch was foltacrt with n , lhc llonlc 0 , (,,„,,. spoll , 0 ,. Mrs lalk by Alvin Holley. supenn-1 Robert Hoach tonrient of the Sunday school. i ., .' .,' Besides the ten members there "'\ ?"^. -\l rs ' Cic:M ', Barsalnle | were four guests inclmlin!! Mrs.: entertained I nilav mf h; with a, Lcc ArnislroiiR, Mre. liunyan ol sn 'n llw birthday [.arty for Al-; Little Rock, who is visiting her;"*" ^rcenwcll. wore Mr. dmjiihler. Mrs. R. J. Doilson and | f " (t ilrs - Tllck Ol"Ki>.-. Mr. andj family, am! Mrs. Hopgood of Slur-! Mrs - A11 » r ' Grceinvril. R L -v. and 1 K J S . ;\ r );. ; Mrs. John Caugli!,-;,-, Miss Walter! In the social hour there wercjj^ 11 Ringer-and fjwSsht Andcr-1 i ^( vcral contests and refreshments' lon - ited the hospital Sunday aller- noon. Jail service was -held at 4:30 in i which ttirte men gave their hearts to God. This makes a total ol I five converts in the jail services I to date. Misses Pauline Davis | Pauline- Spradley, and Bernicc Akin visited the homes of the sick: Sunday afternoon. Beginning Tuesday night, the Christ Ambassadors will continue the .revival services which have been going on at the church on Lilly street. " Everyone Is Invited. Junior Ambassadors Hive Meeting Sunday. The Junior Christ Ambassadors of the Assembly of God churcl: met Suijday evening. In answer to roll call ihe boys and girls gave Bible verses and the meeting .i-as closed with the singing. of "If We All Work Together." Children from six to 15 jr-ars of age are invited lo join this group. • • • Smart Union Efetts Officers The Smart union. of B. Y. P. U In the First Baptist . church has elected these officers for the new year: Miss Sybil Brackin. presi- ctent; Miss Alia Fay Simmons. vice president; Roland Hunt, secretary. and treasurer; L. T. Moore, corresponding secretary; Miss Eve- iyn; Smart, -plarilfi; Miss Winifred .Crawford, assistant -pianist; Miss Bonnie Jean Buchanan, chorister; werc served. . Dr. and Mrs. N' B. Eliis had! ! r.s their guests aiinclay Mrs. Eliis' .- rister. Mi's. Estellc brcrge and j daughter. Jtiss F.'.!na Lois, and i ' Allen Capeley of Mr-'mphL-:. j Mr. nnd Mrs. G C. Hudson and j son. George Clay, and Miss Edna] Avers spent Sunday v.nh trlcnds I al Ulythcville. ! Mr. nr.ri Mrs. Walter Caid biK-ul -— =~ ~- I (lie week-end with tlicir (i;iu?h- Mr. and -Mrs. O. W. McCuti'hcn' lcr . AIrs - Hiley U .'ones and Mr. are exuded to return tcriay from i Jtlll es at Blythcviile. a brici flay in Sik>-:on and! Mis. Robert Roich is uurndtng points of southeast Mi >ouri tllc district mcctin', of C-,e I>:no- Bits oj Neucs •Mostly Personal F.ibie Ryan is n ):,U'..'!it at the i. Joseph hospital oi y.emph^. Philip Laslcy. w!:o attends Ar- Xansas Slate colic?.- at Jonesboro. is the guest, of his parenss, Mr. r.nrl Mrs. W. H. E-uiiy. Mrs. J. V. Lent; retnnicd Sun- c'&y night from McmpMs \\liero •-he spent several day.= with Mr. i.r.d Mrs. J. A. \Valc>iimn. Mr. I.enti went down for her. Mr. and ^^rf. .limmic Orrcll rc- (i.itic Women's club at Jor.fiboro today. Mrs. \v. T. Bc3ll and her father, Alter. Jackron. M : ss.. who is spending the wir.tcr here, wcr.l to Tcsarkaiu Satur- '.iay for a visil v.i'.h Mr 0 . L. U. ISials. another dati^htci 1 of Mr. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Curl:* Freeman . rci Mr. and Mrs RoVrt Pipkin uc-rc fiicsls of ^^r. Kioe:i:nn's p.\r- Hirncd lo Ihcir nninc In St. LouLs \ ' "Is, Mr. and Mi =. D. L. Trce- icstcrday after several :iavs visit!'"I'", at Marianna Sunday. \vith Mr. and Mrs. Dan Orrell and! XIrs - V. O. M.-nn is visitinf P, ; pen WWielm, By- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tanner. While here they motored to Greenfield onrl Sharon. Tcnu., for bvlcf s:!a\s i'.l:h friends. Mi-s.' Ira Crawford al'.i'nded lo her parents, Mr. nnrl Mis. A. T. Norwood, at Cleveland. Miss., (his v.cck. B. H. Ringer an<' daughter. Mils Walter Dell, spent the wcrk-cnd busir.ess In Osceo'.a yesterday. She i with relatives ut Ki.U'vlllc, Miss. was 'accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy of that city. ' Donald Jlndson c.iinc home Jootcr is visiting relatives at Sa- annah, Tenn. Mr.. and Mrs. Linn While and he lattcr's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, have moved to the Don lall farm near Cooler. Mrs. Willard McDaniel leftSun- ,ay for St. Louis to visit Mrs. Zanla McUaniel. Dorothy Oakley entered Ihe McDaniel clinic Monday for a onsil opcralion. Mrs. Catherine Lesley of Mcm- ihis is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. jC-ssie Morris of Cooler. Mr. and Mrs. A. I,. Powell have uovcd lo Joiner. Ark. Mrs. Bertha Uarnett of St. Louis K here for an extended visit with Mrs. Allic Jones and Mrs. Susie ;rooks. Mrs. Tiny Fielder of Rectcr, Ark., is here for an extended visit rith her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Fielder. Saturday for a few >i:ivs visit with I hb parents. Mr. av.dMis. G. C. I b:l1 !'' sll ° ' c!i "n it(.a;:ij n t 'Masf.achusetu state police have I.udsoii. lie will rrlurn \Ved- . Jl ?'. wat er witli— =h-h_n . r .' ; .{ t Northcnlt of near trump type. He should show the safety of the hand by a bid of four diamonds. With Ihis information, South can go to five diamonds. The Play West's opening lead of the king clubs Is won in dummy with he ace and now, by proper play, he declarer will make six odd. .'he ace of spades should be rc- urned and a club discarded. A small spade is led and ruflcd vitli Ihe deuce of diamonds. A mall diamond is returned to dummy's ace and another spade eturned, declarer ruffing with the ine of diamonds. The king of diamonds should be played, which rops the queen and the five. The ace of hearts Is cashed Huftman News The son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rast, born January 5. has been christened Robert Solon. Mrs. Rasb. before her marriage in 1932, was Miss Pearl Pcery. Mr. and Mrs. Stanlon Pepper and Mr. and Mrs. Reg Hughes and Mrs. W. W. Hughes called on Mrs. Rex Hughes at the home of Mrs. S McAdams of Tyler. Mo.. Thursday. Little Miss Billie Jean Holmes was the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Ella Ray. Friday. J. J. Williamson of Tyler. Mo., was here on business Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Williamson and family have moved lo Tyler Mo. where they will make their home indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. Hob Townsend have moved to Missouri for this year. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Browning o Tyler. Mo., have moved to (he piacc formerly occupied by Mr and Mrt. Bob Townscnd. Sidney Miller jr. of Cooler, Mo. was here Thursday. had their . cruising cars equipped I rcsday for ths r.rcond jemcf'.cr tt-lth Illuminated wriiing desks, to at Jontfboro collece ! enable the officers to make cut ! J. C. Perkins wai called to Yell- their reports on the rur/. . . vllie, Ark., today l-\ the denth of . Uirown in: , she discards tlic ! ; .i;! : • -. ' and lcts hcr whole .v r l n lt » l >,\CKS COUGH . . . Real Throat relief 1 » Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub OVE-fcCOMK" BAD BREATH Lost 20 Lbs. of Fat In Just 4 Weeks Mrs. Mae West oC St. Louis. Mo., vritcs: "I'm only 2>i years old and v.tlghcd 170 pounils until taking one box of your Kruschcn Salts iust -t weeks ago. I now weigh 150 sounds. I also have more encrgj nd furthermore I've never had .,- hungry moment." Fat folks should take one hall Ur.spconful of Kri'Fchcn Salts h a glass of hot wa'.rr every morning" before - breakfi'st—an 85 cen buttle' lasts 4 wccte—you can get Kruschcn at any drug store n America. If not Joyfully satisfied stftcr the first bottle—money back —Adv. Hemorrhoids iHWO cured without' the knife. Other rec- tardbfasts trtattd. Varlcosed veins treated non-iurgfcally. DR5.NIES 511 W..M»in Phone 98. YOU WANT-ADS To-day % EGGS Fresh Country T)o/,en 21c Golden Hipc Dozen 15c New Green Pound 3c MEAL Fresh. While Cream 10 I'ound H 19c GRAPEFRUIT I>argc 6-l's K:tch 5cl CHEESE Wisconsin No. 1 Full Cream I'ound 12ic FLOUR., Wilson's i. Sk Free vvith 21 Llj.s S1.1C PEAS i\Iiss-Co No. 2 Can PURE LARD No Limit Loose. Pound GREENS Large juicy Florida. 176 Size. Do/.en •Aluslard or Turnip iixtra Large Bunches 5c BLACK PEPPER L'bund 19c KRAUT Loose. (Keg). I'ound 5c Fine EHlinr;. Uo\vcH's. 135 iSizc ^i^ Each ^»2V |SWEETPOTATOES- NR iSn Uo L hl : 24c PIGS FEET Pickled . 2 for 5c MILK Van Camp (i Baby Cans or 3 Tall Cans I7c PORK STEAKS Heal Lean I'minci lOc RINSO Mid-Week Special 2 Hoxes 15c VEAL CHOPS [>ouml 5; SAUSAGE lOO/o Pure' I'ot-k Pound

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