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PAGE tWO ARK.) COURIER NEWS .Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS Episcopal Guild meeting with Mrs. J, Louis Cherry. Woman's council, First Christian church meeting with Mrs. J. C. Ellis at Barfleld. First Baptist diurch W. M. U circles meetings: 1, Mrs. J. W Bishop; 2, Mrs. 0. W. Multins; 3 church. W. M. S. First Methodist church jncellug at church, 2:30 p. in. His Club Parljr Mrs. H. H. Houchlns and Mrs A. B. Falrfield were guests of Mrs B. A. Lynch Thursday when she entertained the Mid-Week Bridge club. A two course menu was served at a table decorated with a centerpiece of red roses nnd Hanked with tapers of the same shade, Ii silver holders for the Valentine inotll. The prw In the bridge games a vase, went to Mrs. A. Conway. * 4 • Club Has Luncheon Mrs. G. E. Keck hud members of the Thursday Contract club a? her guests this week for a bridge luncheon instead of the usual afternoon game. •Places for eight were laid at the dining table, covered with n cutwork cloth and with a low bowl of snapdragons and sweetness for the central decorations. A two course menu was -'served at one o'clock. In the bridge games Mrs. Carrol Blakemore won the prize, cut-work guest towels. Bits o Mostly Personal The only daughter of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt. Jr Miss Grace Roosevelt, and her fiance, William McMillan of Baltimore, arc shown together at a Baltimore supper club party fci the firs', time slnec announcement of their engagement., Miss nooscvclt eldest granddaughter of the late President Roosevelt,, and McMKlan. nephew ol the late Senator James McMillan of- Michigan, will be married March 3 at Oyster Bay, L. I., Iwmc of the Koosevelts Mrs. Allan Walton plans to go to Memphis today to Join Mrs. Berry B. Brooks Jr., and daughter for a trip to Florida. They will motor down and will probably spend most of the time at Miami. Miss Rosa 'M. Havrty, accom- l*nied by Miss WDlie A. Lawson, of Little Rock, ar» in Memphis today. Homer Smith jr, is ill at his home on West Main street. Mr., and Mrs. Milton H. Allenberg and daughter, Ruth Ann, ol Memphis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Nmrls and B. H. Levy - yesterday and last night. They;will tonve.within a few days for Miami, Fla., to spend several months, as is their ctistom cnch year. Earl Sullivan, who was injured Saturday while at work, has recovered. James Arthur Frazier jr., son ot Mrs. Opal Prince, is ill from the .•neasles. Aileen Poscy, five year o!tl (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen tosey, is ill from measles. Mr..and Mrs. Walter Ureenc and son hare gone to Memphis for several weeks visit. Miss Mary Hires will go to Memphis today for several days stay. She plans lo return home Wednesday. New Liberty News C. C. Cobb and Vester Prince motored to Memphis Tuesday. G. W. Knox jr., extension poultry man, and Miss Com Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent., were in the community Tuesday discussing poultry. Miss Marie Deci', ol Blythcville, was the Sunday guest of Miss Mildred Jarratt. Mr.--and Mrs. Eugene Pritchard. of Holland,^ Mo., were guests 01 Mr. Pritchard's'""parents, Mr.'and Mrs. Ben Pritchard. "and family for the weekend. Mr. Garner and family, ol Promised Land, have moved to thi place formerly occupied ' by Max Whatley and family who have iscved to Dogwood. • Mr. "and Mrs. J. F.. Epperson v^ltcd Mr. and Mrs. Will Whea xi Blytheville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Parker, Mr ar.n Mrs. John Burks, Mr. and Mrs Albert Payne, of Dogwood, attended tinging school hrrc Sunday afternoon. Visitors from Clear Lak( were also present. Mr. and Mrs. Janes and family ft Hope, Ark., have moved tothL< ccmrnimtty. . -Misses Rosa Hardy. Winnie Virgil Turner and Monia Hughes, ol Blythcville, were c'mncr guests 01 l?e .Marshall family Friday The Rev. w. j. j^Roy v preach here Sunday afternoon. Grateful Snake Brings Fisherman Another Frog DILLON, Mont . (UP)-This is a fish story so you can draw your own conclusions. Harry Rfce, sa : t . 5man (ma!c( . e MIc of that), ™s telling the folks about that time he was fishing rear Gardiner. >, » 1C iL antI a colr P anlon needed call. They caught some frogs Rice ww a rattlesnake trying to swallow another frog. He stepped on «* rattler's 'neck extracted the bait and poured sonic whisky down "1« 5na1( l s »>roal as compensation, so the tale goes. Fishing -was. returned. A few later it BM i n t crrup , cd . rctarn?d with another Daughter of Col. Roosevelt urni Fiance Just Emma OSCEOLA, Ark.-Mr». Lalah B Swift and Mr. s B. Coble wc « Quietly married Thursday evening a' the new Home which Ken eompleted for their cx cy on Johnson avenue. The cer, irony was said by the R CV . E L~ Cole, pa-slor of th; First B' c ,u,ch and the on.y g« 5 U ^.rs. J. D. Borum, Co.v. and Mr. Tal To Mr. Coble and his bride will .eavc Sunday for c ' honeymoon o tcveral weeks in Ha SpringV nf ter which they wii; be at home to their friends here M f- f n(1 Mrs. Coble have been lyldcnts of osceoK for u numlSr ^ years, where they have been '.^eclated in business, and where they have many friends Wilson Society — Personal *oo afternoon. Miss Jeanett-i P lillllps demonstrated the framl g of pictures and prints The February meeting will be held Friday the Don't Waste Re-entries You May Need to Make Contract I"" ' ' ' ' " " Today's Contract Problem South Is jilnyine the hanil at three no trump. Wcbt opens the three of hearts. How sliould South iilay the hand? • *A 10 ¥K 5 « K S r, 5 3 AQ!) 7 (Blind) (Flllnd) K S a I .1 Solution In ncu Solution to Previous Contract Problem «V \VSI. E. McKENNKV Have you ever Ven the dummy ;nd been forced lo sit and watcli bv dummy with the king and the niartc suit, ivhich is the longest ."tilt, iinmedlalely slarted by leading the deuce. West will play the six and declarer plays the t;uecn. He now Mays a small henrl, winning hi dummy with the khiR, and returns Ihe three of spades. Ho nusl be careful tc, conserve that :-«ven spot. " ' - West plays the (en, declarer goes up with the king, and now must return the nine of spades— not the five—as he needs the five lor an entry Into dummy. On the nine he, must discard the four irom dummy. West will rctun; Ills partner's I club, which North will win with :he «cc and then lead the five ot spades, winning !:: dummy with ;lie seven. He now is ready to lake the heart finuse. A small ncarl is played nn.l the jack finessed, it holds, and game is made. If the heart, flmrsc had failed I the declarer would have lost his j I'ontract. However. IR. played the (hand as safely a.-, possible, con- jierving his dlamoi.d stopper and !tl or the other or fail to provide entries into t'i- proper handy i often have sair?—nnd here repeat—that you ninri take Invcn- :try of your hand before careless- 'V Playing a caril. Don't waste Hold Funeral Services For Tomato Resident '-.' might prefer to| hand lv ith one no rump. However, with just a bank ace in the club suit and the QiSmond sun wirln open, a spade "d is the better. South Is confronted with a problem over his partner's one i«'dc bid. It - K n qut . M10]1 whc ,,j. ' support the .vades or to bid trump, bccauso ' ot the two !"»P' I"""™"- * io w the fact; i ai North Ins opened with a : •VMIC. Fhowin; (hut lie has a real "and, Souths hin^s perhaps an 'i no danger. The hand i,s no enough to jump in —one no trump m k—therefore ft Is , •Aas ill two weeks irom pneumonia. Burial was made at Halcher cemetery. The deceased, Ls sin-rived by hL i-!fc and three children. The L. G. Mow Undertaking company was in chaise of funera arrangements. Mrs. Lalah B. Swift and Wed :HES FIKST METHODIST CHUECII W. V. Wonuck, Pastor The public is Invited to Join us in our worship in the following services: Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Epwouh Leagues at 6:45 p. in. Morning worship at 11:00 a. in. Pastor's subject, "A Sound From Heaven." Evening worship at 7:30 p. m. Subject, "Mallhcw the Man of * "t aii^iiuuiiLc rccort CHURCH OF THE NAZAKKNE !"""• Jolly Sparks' anil Kuph* I). Brasley, P-blcr rr " lncr had P crrec t «*«« iunday school, 9:45 am. E. L. Evans, supt. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Subject: "Christian Warfare" N. y.'P. S., li:3,' p.m. Evening service. 7:15 p.m. Subject: "From iiagc to Riches." "Come lliou with us and we will do thee good'' CALVARY BAI'TIST J- C. Wimbcrlry, Pastor Sunday school, 10 a.m. D. B. Hsynes. supl. Church, 11 a.m. Subject, "1'ray- vr Changes Things" B. Y. P. u., GsS p.m. Church, 7:30 p.m Subject, "No One Cares for M/ Soul." Prayer .service Wrdncsday. 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Bell wi>l he tht speaker. W. M. U., Mrs. John Aariau. prcsidcmy, meets Thursday, 2:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Perry, 515 Franklin. Everyone is cordially invited to ail services. shears read the class will whic announced that $2.10 had bee donated for the 8A memorial fun< Miss Margaret Merrill played piano solo and Hunter M. Stcd man, principal, awarded the hon ors. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUltCH E. K. Lalim«, Miniilcr Church school. 9:45 it. m. Holy Comrnnnlon and sermon, 11 a. m. Vesper service. 0 p. m. A cordial welcome always. Prizes were won by Mrs E Ai Regenold and Mrs. W. p. Wilson Mesdamej; Herbert Sullivan, C. Bird, Eva Kerlln, C. w. Ferguson K. p. cullum and the Rev M 1 !^ 5 , "• •"• ^ "M^lri n Methodist missionary meeting at (lie First church in Memphis Thursday. Bishop George Moore the principal speaker ' Crain ajnd *"*• R - E - jr " spent Wednestlav ' Lee in Me J.'R. Cullum' went 'to Washing in . U. C.. Tuesday on buslncs for the Kansns City Shook Co Mrs. Ed Beall is ipending two weeks in Memphis as the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. C. Steed. R. E. Lee Wilson Jr. and J II Crain made n business trip lo Little Rock Wednesday. Mrs. A. J. Cole attended Use Delphian club meeting at Blythe- iriHii II r« J., r H. J. Kleindiciibt. Taslnr Sunday school. 9 a. m. Morning worship 10 a. m. Sermon theme: "Comfort for the Believer." Special congregational meeting after service in school. Thursday evening 1 p. m. Wnl- Ihcr! League Social at the school. Friday evening 8 o'clock Informal Talks on Bible Truths at the school. You arc invited to attend these meetings. - - OSCEOLA PRESBYTERIAN March M. Callaway, minister Church school. 9:45 a.m. Joe Cromer, Supt. Morning Worship II a.m. Sermon subject, "Rod's Love Reveal- ville Wednesday. Mrs. G. c. Hudson and Tilts. E. E. Golem an spent Wednesday in Joncsboro. Those attending the county P.• A. council meeting at Osceola Friday were: Mesdames O. M. Hill J. M. Rose, J. A. Apple, Victor Mann, Carl Bird. H. M. LcwLs K. P. Cullum, Oscar Barksdale, and Robert Roach. John Ellis, small son of Dr. and Mrs. N. B. Ellis, has scarlet fever Mrs. D. N. Morris is convalescing from influenza. •" Miss Edith Millican, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Millican, underwent an appendix operation at the Baptist hospital in Memphis Tuesday. Her condition is good. Mr. and Mrs. Riley B. Jones of Blytheville and Mrs. Walter Card spent Friday in Memphis. C. W. Ferguson, traffic matiagei for Lee Wilson and company, has returned from St. LouLs where he spent several days on business ul in Christ. Fights U.S. Gold Hoarding Order uite stroiv ,, 0 [rl ,™^ sound verv better to sr partncr ivi '- i< a bi<i ° f IR '° - ° f cou . r «. when North shows a ra'rry the To. 1 ' ^ '' "" Tlght '° Irumii. ° t!lrce na ' ' The Phy East's opening lead is thr queen if clubs. The play ^f the hand is only a matter of rniching the en-' tries. The trick should be won Navajo Upholds Code; Refuses to Blame Wife GALLUP. N. M <UPI—Because he refused' lo break the N"nvajo cede and cha.ree his wife wiiiiin- I fidelity. Joe Sanricval, 75-year-old reservation Navnjo. is held in ounty jail here facing a charge ol manslaughter and his piclly young ffmaw is held as ;ui acromplice. Disdaining the pica that he r-cnK injuries to F.-line Sam. Nav- a.io. which resulted in h;<, death, because Sam had paid too much i-Ucntion to Sancloval's wife Jo" Eandoval at his preliminary hearing stoically plcadi-d Rinliy and o'.:letly listened to evidence in direct contrast to the iindi:]-s oi an curlier investigatlor.. Befor; the hearing it was intimated by the nssis:nnt distrcl attorney that possibly no i-liargcs would be prefern-0. if Sar.doval's plea coincided witl. original findings concerning t!.e iiifidclitv ol his wife. Defying the federal government to ielie Uer {301)0 i- go id. Miss Edith ' M. Thomas. 45, above. ; faces trial on » Denver Jury In- jdlrtmeDt charging her with, fhoardlng In violation or I'rest- Jdent Roosevelt'* edict. Miss . kThomas, Iho daushtcr or Cliarles ' [S. ThoroaB, former U. s, Ecna-: «or from- Colorado, uill plead **' M S« father French Doctors Prove Wine Kills Typhoid Germ PARIS (UPi_D:ink W|le and avoid typhoid fever, is the verdict ol the Paris mun'fipal laboratory, otter numerous experiment;, Dr. Andre Klmg. director of the laboratory, anf. M. D. Kioren- tln, hLs chief assistant, in-d bac- J* 11 * » hlch "icy had caught in the wild state, rather than a,uncial typhoid cultures * ,?'!! d ''.. t> ! ) . !loid badli "'. they Only morning services are held ir. (his church. The first three montlis of [he calendar year are the last of the church year. In these three months church membership and attendance of worship services are being Crossed. The congrcgalicHi is keeping the v.-eek of self-denia'. and prayer for home nKsstons. I'AKt STREET MKTHOD1ST CHURCH W. J. I^tlioy, Pastor Kunday school, 0-45 a.m. Preaching, 10:50 a.m. Subject: "Getting a Loan From God." Leagues. 0:30 ami 7 p.m. Preaching, 7:30 p.m. Subject: "Stan-ing Souls." These are days oi spiritual needs and men need to His holy temple. A cordial invitation and : welcome to all wl.o come. CHURCH OF GOD HO W. Cherry St. IV K. Hkrer, minister Broadcast over station 0:30 a. m. Evening evangelistic service, 7:30 o'clock. Tuesday evening prayer service. Thursday evening Bible .study •The Little Church with a Big Message." ST. STEPHEN EPISCOPAL CHURCH The Rev. C. E. Durke. of Mari anna, will conduct a morning wor ship sen-ice at II o'clock with music by Hie choir of the Joncs- bnro church, directed by Crawfort SATURDAY. JANUARY Frances Parker Is Valedictorian Of Junior High -_ — ~. Q ..... grade Biauunvuig class of junior high school which Is completing the year's work this week. She won over Ruth Rhoads, the salutatorian, by one point. Ruth Rhoads won tile American Legion social science medal for .,.„' " i .•- °" d . ._ For attendance records Ton? Sio ' . perfect aitendanctifor pario ' term. , . 0 *.v *wi nit LIIUU ivrjii, '.'.I 1 *., 8 * _ clas5 6 "' lls Program ., Sybil Brackin with members of the class dressed as they might appear 20 years hence. NEXT WEEK at Blytheville s Theatres THE CITZ "As Husbands Go," starring I few screen stars who h a Warner Baxter and Helen Vinson, I in the selection of his n, il ™ ic ''' wlll be shown at the Ritz theater read over 50 stories uolnr/i CSl Sunrinv imrt VfAnrinu U.,.t*irl ,./ni._ .... . . ^ "e J.R- Sunday and Monday. ' This plcure is romantic and lightly dramatic, but comedy is the element which should most interest audiences. Logically, the Baxter drawing power is the predominating showmanship asset, but Helen Vinson and Warner Oland should not be overlooked. Miss Vinson 6s the woman torn between two loves and Oland, out of his Oriental role, mean much in tile smaller coin- 'The World be shown at Hie Ritz t Thursday and Friday as lh<, ture lie would like to do great reception accorded World Changes" by the Ihous icy imyiiv appear A\J years liencc ----- ....... ........ ....... *.«»• "Sybil Brackln sang the song '"""i"* 5 lv ° "«*' names that can et Me Live In the House b ^ talked about are Catherine 'Let Me Live In the House by the ^ talked about are Side of the Road," Homer Be DouMt nm! °' R '«"""<>>'. Jr. 5I5TER MARY'S KITCHEN BY SISTE1! MARY NEA Service Start Writer Although fresli iruits and vegc tables often stem high in prlc to many of us, when we look a the question from all angles w must decide that what we spein for fruits and vecdablcs we sav in pills and tonics. If we cat ou prunes and lemons and spinacl nnd carrots day after day will orr meats and pastries, we ma forestall that time when our fam Uy doctor or specialist orders "n meats".of sweets" over a'period o months,?'.--';..' ..".'-'•• The deliciousncsj uf most fruit seems to put 1:1011 In the class o luxuries, but they have a mucl more Important mission than tlia cf merely increasing the delight o eating. Due lo Ihe nutriliona \alue of their mineral and vita min content, the irequent use o fiuit Is one of the most agreeabl means of regulating the functions U the body. Iron Easily The iron in fruits and vegeta ,0es Is easily absorbed and madi available for nutriiir.n. So whil the number of grams of iron in these foods may not be as larg a sin some other;, they actual) furnish a larger proportion of iron lo the body than is generall supposed. Some years aro the theory tha .<uch fruits as orai.ges and grape fruit and other ;o-called "add fruits aggravated any rheumali condilion was widespread. Ho-v !ver. we now believe that thes 'luits have an alkaline rathe than an acicf reaction in th and hence nns an cxcellen God »' «*>« to the rheunoatic In any diet composed of Isihnratory a bucketful much as a "Vijsy specimen. They lifted „ „, of polluted water from n lc tome au-n permitted several tumb'ere oi average good vin ordm.iii-c' to drink' several o: Iho Ix-sl ly pMd genus found in thr wnter in ten minutes the wino }-. M \ c ' om .' Mutely annihilated the microbes. The civilian las completed a Bishop Saphore. o[ Little Rock will have a confirmation class Monday evening. The public k invited. CHRISTIAN SCIKN'CK SOCIETY "Life" ts the subrc-t of the Lesson-Sermon to be read in the Christian Science service. Sundaj morning at n o'clock. The Golden Te.xt is. "If thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments" (Matthew 19:17). Among the citations from the Bible is Hie foliouing, "And this is life eternal, that Ihey might know thce the only true God and Josus Christ, whom thou hast Lent" (John 17:3). The Lesson-Sermon will also Include passages from the Chris- u an ,,? lcilcc toll>0< *. "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy, one of which reads. "Because Life is God. Life must be eternal self- existent. Life Ls the everlasting I am. the Dcin e v \ lo was and is and shall be. whnm nothing can erase" (Page 289:32). The Christian Science Reading Room is open on Tuesday and ?«J d ? y from 2 to 4 n. in. In room ,103 Hotel Noble. All arc cordially invited to attend. Five slamp mms WC re kept lusy at Lyinan. N H., 60 or 70 >ears ago by gold produced in Ihe icld In that state. it Ango-., i r . d .' include fruit and vegetables. X'eg etables add the ncc^sary bulk a •-veil as mineral salts and vitamin while the fruit counteracts tin formation of acids due to eatinr • large quantity of protein. An Aid to Difestion Any meal is made more intei (•sting and nutritious by the judi c-ious use ot truit. As a cocktai t'rc appetite is stimulated and U: flow of digestive juices increasec Fruit served as a salad with ; plain French drtssing provide contrast in flavors between tin nir.in course and the sweet course As a final course fruil is valuabl since its tartness stimulates inflow of an alkaline saliva whict aids in the prevention of tootl decay. Further invest!gal ions have re n in -•ealed that cevtair fruits ay ir crease the utilization of lime (.ther sources swallowed with lh fruit. It Ls well to icmember. however, that valuable and necessary as fruits and vegetables are. the d'et is not proper!) 1 balanced ana adequate without the prope mounts of meats and cereals am milk. . - : . -,•.•] Monday's Menu BREAKFAST: Halves of grnpt fruit, cereal, cream, toasted coU- llsli. corn bread, milk, coftee. LUNCHEON: Baked dried „ tcans with tomatoes. 1 .'new-: on!ons r.nd radislies. Boston- brown bread sliced bananas, ginger cookies, milk. tea. DINNER: Broilc-I fish on a bed :if chopped and loitered spinach hot tartar fauce, mashed sweet potatoes. French endive with Ro- nucfort cheese dressing, cherry up-side-dowti cake milk, coffee TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY bOY BEANS. FIEED PEAS. Tested seed, special rfRlchcr. Call G35-J prices. Earl 20pk22 BARGAINS IN NEW & USED FURNITURE R. J. DODSON 303 E. Main FhOBt Tuesday and Wed- takcn at the First While most of the scenes for "Convention City" coming to the Ritz theater - - • . — - nesday were __ „, „._ . „„„ National Studios and on location around las Angeles, Director Archie Mayo made some of the shots ot Atlantic City. The picture is a hilarious take-off" on convention doings at the New Jersey coast resort and no picture would be complete without scenes on the famous Boardwalk. The picture, has an all star cast headed by Jonn Blondell and Adolphe Menjou. Paul Muni, who is one of the :es," to 'heater liic- F r . ^— "t "•*• ^.'uSLnicIs of film fans over Ihe count™ where the picture has already Played, justifies Muni's selection of this epic of American life, it's a thrilling story which covrs about seventy-five years of dramatic changes in American history. Supporting Paul Muni in Warner Bros.-First National's -The World Changes" are Aline MacMahon, Mary Astor, Margaret Lindsay, Guy Kibbce, Donald Cook and Gordon Westcott "Sons of the Desert" is a very funny burlesque of an imaginarv fraternal order scheduled for the Ritz theater Saturday. \ It's a funny story and the comic J pair make it even funnier. As th.f i husbands who have to deceive ( their wives in order to attend tin: "Eons of the Desert" convention in a distant city, Laurel and Hardy keep their audience convulsed as comic- situation after comic situation unfolds to their extreme discomfort in each case. THE " daj »v ,-,; day, presents m its leading roies the beautiful and talented Helen Twelvetrees, with Victor Jory and Wallace Ford as principal male supporting characters. Claire Dodd has one of the im- porfant supporting roles in the picture, as has Warren Hymer, Hobert Cavanaugh and Lorin Rak- bi " at lnc ,'o"ows an old theme. The eternal Mon - tlia "8 lc ' ma(Ic mo " vivid by a er. Direction is by Vfrtor Scliert- zinger, formerly nationally known as a .concert violinist, orchestra conductor and composer. "Christopher Strong" (o be shown at the Roxy Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, comes under the classification of a sophisticated picture. In this dramatic love story audience Interest will i>c centered in a personality, Katherine Hepburn, more than anything else. The locale and characters are Ejiglisli. The plot, under modern treatment, romance between Monica (daughter of Christopher and Elaine) and! RawlinEon, is completely domlnnt- : ed by the work of Cynthia. Some ? of the sequences are quite intimate. ^ Those who appreciate screen' artistry will find plenty to please - : them in Katherine Hepburn. She more than makes good all the 1 promise she showed in "BUI of Divorcement." "Master of Men." Jack Holt's latest starring vehicle for Columbia Studios, will begin at the Roxy Friday for a two days run. Fay Wray plays opposite Holt, while others in the cast are Walter Connolly, Theodor von Eltz, and Her- • ton Churchill. "Master of Men" depicts the: 1 rise of Holt from a crane opera-.; tor in a steel mill.to the prcsidcn-C'ii cy of the corporation .and a spoc-S tacular career in Wall Street. Lam-"' wit Hillyer directed. 'The Proper Thing" Editor's Note: Matters concerning etiquette are answered here daily. You are invited to use the column. "What are the general rules for laying or setting a table properly?" First, cover the table with a silence cloth or table padding or "What have you." The tablecloth should be large enough to fall from 10 to 12 Inches below the edge of the table. The center of the cloth sliould be exactly in the center of the table. The knife and fork are placed one inch from the edge of the table, knile at the right with the sharp edge toward the plate; fork at the left, tines turned up The other pieces of silver are parallel with these, and placed with the pieces to be used first farthest from the plate. The knives, oyster fork, and spoons are at the right and the other forks at the left. The glass K placed at the lip of the knife. The butler plate Ls placed at the tip of the forks with ihc folds at the upper and left hand sides. "When dining with a man at n hotel or restaurant docs a woman : Bive her order direct to the wait- No, the woman tells her escort oi her preference and he in turn EIVCS the order to the waiter. Once the resider.c-.- ol Mmc dr i ompadour. the hl.noric Hotel tics Resenolrs at Vei sallies, France •as sold at auctioi: for $22,000. Steam cannot be F ccn. for it is »••• clear «s air; when it comes ntci contact with air, however, it condenses and forms vapor Oh, for the Life' Of a Sailor! Wlio v.-c-.iUln't a sailor be, wo. vidcrt lie was assured ot a deck hanil 'ike tins on boaid ship? Sim's Margaret Lamar, fino nt Iliillyvocil's ycaiiRcr sijr:;. w]i O helped make lif« lirislilcr on :: ; c pnlali.il iijliooncr^.icJU of Jn.-rj>;\ • Srlicnrk. film prncluncr, ol: tlio Calalina Island COURIER NEWS WAN'T « Phone 306

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