BLYTHEVlM.ia, (A RK.) COURIER NEWS .Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS • Mrs. Elton W. K-rby emerlaln- ine Tuesday Contract club. Young Matrons Bridge club meeting with Mrs..Lloyd Silckmon. Hoyal' Neighbors meeting with J.Irs. J. B. Foster on Broadway. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Jewish Ladies.AM meellng with Mrs. Herman HCEI.- Mrs. W. J. Wiraderlicli having Wednesday Bridge club. Current Events club meeting with Mrs. Samuel V. KOIiis. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon club meeting' with Mrs. R. I 1 . Kirslmcr.- Mrs. O. p. Moss having Midweek Bridge ;club. Kill Care club meting nt Woman's club, 8 p.m., for supper dance Thursday Contract club inecllnu with Mrs. J. F. Untl. Mrs. C. O. Graves having Church of Chrisi Bible slurty. Mrs. N. B. Mi'nnrcl entertaining Thursday Brldec club. Music Club Has MacDowcll Troeram MacDowcll and his work were sludieii by members of the Music department of hte Woman's club In a meeting Friday afternoon al the First Methodist church. Besides the 13 members present, there were three new members. Mrs. Jams Hill jr.. Mrs. Meyer Grnbcr and Mrs. Gtithric King, five guests from I^nchvllle and five from this city. Mrs. R. A. Moore was leader of this program: roll call answered by current 'events: talk "Life of MacUowell" Mrs.-Moore; piano selections "March Winds'" Miss torna Wilson; "Prelude" Mrs. F. B. Joyncr; vocal number "Thy beaming Eyes" Mrs. Russell Fan-, piano number "Polonaise" Miss Margaret Shaver; violin BO!O "Humming Bird" Everett McDowell; piano numbers "Sonata," "To A Water Lily," "In Autumn" and "Witches Dance" Mrs. Moore; "Concert Etude' Miss Virginia Terry. After the program the ladies went to the home of.Mrs. c. G. Redman where they were served sandwiches, candles and coffee in a social hour. * »-. • Armorel r. T. A. ' Has a Mectine The Rev. W. V. Womack. pastor of the First Methodist church, addressed the meeting o[ the Ar- niorel P. T. A. Thursday aftre- noon on the subject "Christian Education in the School." The hostesses were Mrs. W. N. Williams and Mrs. T. E. Tale. * * • Clnb Entrrtaintd Mrs. Roland Green had a number of ladies for her guests Thursday afternoon including members of the Thursday Bridge club and Mmes. W. Leon Smith, Doyle Henderson. Elton W. Kirby and Joe G. Trieschman. A plate luncheon of creamed chicken, fruit salad,' peach pickle and coffee was served. In the card games Mrs. t,. If. Moore won a pillow for club honors and- the guest prize, handkerchiefs, went to Mrs. W. Leon Smllh. * * • Daughter Bom Mr. and Mrs. Rush Tankerslcy announce the birth of a daughter this morning at the family residence, 105 Rose Street. The baby, who weighs • seven and a hnlf pounds, has been named Man- Evelyn. * t * Daufhtcr Born A daughter was born Saturday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilson. The baby, who weighs eight pounds, has been named Elizabeth Ann. Mother and daughter arc at their home, 108 Uou- gan. Jlarriage Licenses Issued Among licenses issued from the Blytheville office of the circuit court clerk recently arc to Miss I A. c B ' Gran and Jesso Clark, both of Manila: Mrs. Mary Oillcss and Jacob M. Robertson, both of Blytheville; Miss • Mary Blanche Mick and W. p. Kirkcndall. both of here: Miss Louise Elkins and wydc Jones, both-of Caruthersville. Mo. By Helen Wclshlmcr fill: men wlio carrv prelzcli L'lwn a wooden •Jick— Ihe men xvlio \n-M\t flowers Tlial lml-tioii.fr liiiK<rs pick— rlie iiK-ii who polish slipper*. Who shine iif, prG|i!r's boolt. 1 lie wiideis ofieihipiil-ji, Anil ninjKs, nmt olln-i finils..^^,' QH, YOU who 10:1111 Hie highways l''i-om frost «hid' ilawns uiilit fw slii-tl lamps sl:ul puindihg "Mil yellow lamps ttul spill Hound nuiiii- lliroiiM.li Hie ilimncss Of umil-\vliip|H'[l ninhl.s, don'l you Wish xnmrliim-s fcr a slu-ller. Ami snniclliii>K else lo do? Among children cf the citv whn . re ill from measles arc:-Barbara ami Bobble Culllson. and SMrlly >iune Baiham. ' Mls-s lima Uura Barnes has rein ned from Memphis where she wns the guest of Mr. and Mrs. w B McAflce and son, Bernard for liireo days. . _. w - ,, c -, l-cggotl mid daughter Miss Marie, and son, Charles re U-rnctl Friday from Oxford Miss where they spent two days wllh -A. Legsctt. father of Mr. Ug- t'ctt. <iid Mrs. Loigolfs parents Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Parks. IJoyle Henderson attended to business In Paragould Saturday Marcus Evrard and Clarence Votlmcr. accompanied by Ross Wills of Memphis, returned Wednesday from Alexandria, u where lj»* ^tended lo business for ten fail Hatcher attended to bust- wss in Memphis Friday. Osceola Society — Personal •. Newly organized circles of (he Baptist Womens Missionary Union held organization meetings this v.-eck, circle No. 1 meeting at the home of Mrs. E. L. Cole, and No. 2 nt the home of Mrs. C. C. Bowen. Circle No. 1, of which Mrs E H. Stevens -Is chairman, elected Mrs. Cooper.- Driver secretary and Mrs. w. ;-HJ-Hnlc treasurer, nnd Circle No. 2, of which Mrs. 1. S. Burton is chairmiin, named Mrs] Jake Thr.-illklll secretary ami Mrs. v . D. McGregor treasurer. New plans for the Union call for a business meeting on the first Monday of each month, circle meetings on third Mondays, and the Royal Service mecling on fourth Mondays, leaving the second Mbiiriny free for ivslllpg or meetings nt the president's call. Mrs. E. [,. cole Is president The noynl Service meeting next Monday will | JC held nt the home of Mrs. Frank Shipper) with circle No. 1 In charge of Ihe pro- Brain mid Circle No. 2 providing refreshments. The Methodist Womnns Missionary Society met at. the church for H program mccling on stewardship with Mrs. W. B. Fiannlgan lending. A playlet illustrating the subject of stewardship and titled, "For-gL'l-me-iiot Magic," was VK- senlcd by Mesdnmes D. F. Taylor jr., Carroll Bird, Earl Hobliins. H. M. Rheiibush and Mrs. Glnscor. Eighteen members were present. Mallory Harwell, who attends Vamlerbllt University, spent the week-end here, accompanied by Jimmlc Fortune of Lafayette, Ga., and Misses Adelaide Shull of Braoksville, Miss., nml Jane Bog- gcrs of Bristol, Va., all students at Vanderbllt. Miss Eleanor Day spent the week-end here visiting her aunt, Mrs. Guy Bryant, and Mr. Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Alexander arc parents of n son, born Tuesday night at Gartlcy-Ramscy Hospital, Memphis. Mrs. Alexander was Ihe former Miss Silencer Buck of Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Caldwell arc parrots of a son bom at their home here Thursday afternoon. Dr J. s. Compere and daughler -cnlllc and Ml« Anna Mae hhourle attended the Associalional ?; \, p - u - Meeting at Charlcs- l*>n. Mo., Saturday. Dr. Compere spoke on "Christ's Authority" Mrs. Joe Kohn and son Sonny returned home smidav from Charleston Mo., where "(Ley had Wen visiting Mrs. Kolms parents Thursday 11 "' W ' "' WtBd0r «™ lu^^l,,^ »' -' TOO LATE TO CL,\SSFFY~~ ! WANTED TO RENT-Fonr or five I room house or apartment, un- iiurnuslicd. first floor. Phone 49. 22p 'kV5 Bits of Neves Mostly Personal Walter Rosenthal leu Sunday for fl. B. stoul hai returned from n business trip (o.si. Louis n T™? ^ rs ' J001 Cf "»«l]er and n. Joel, have moved to "ill Clilckasawba avenue Among the children ill from measles are Billy Williams, so™ of Mr. and Mrs. w. M Wil lams and Donna Wunderllch W "" ams ' W ', M ' Scnl «« s spent the weekend in Memphis. W. J. Wunderlich Is attending to business in St. Lo uls H e ™ y R " d W1U rctuin . Max B. Reid is attending to business in Wynne, Ark! todly Mrs. George W. Pyies returned to l V r home In Paragould Satur- A a \f "'«", " bricf stay wllh M «A. M. Butt and family. rinnJhi Sp 'T. g( ; on p »tterson and daughter. Vivian, accompanied by Mr. Patterson who came Saturday have gone to their home in Birmingham Ala., after spending the holidays here. Mr. Patterson, who. tiavels for the Orange Crush company, has headttuarters in that Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell and sons and Miss Ada Huffman spent yesterday with friends in Steelc, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huffman and son. Elbert, and Mrs. Beadie ~yeii spent Sunday at Steelc Mo wllh friends. Bennie Berflcld, of Pana, 111., is vlslling Mrs. Bcrfleld and son who are with Mrs. Bcrflcld'x parents, Mr. mid Mrs. William Lang. Mrs. C. J. Cox Injured . in Automobile Mishap Mrs. c. J. Cox, who with her husband operates the New Economy shop, sustained 'slight injuries Sattfrday when a car she was Ia " ' ntt> * HI S hwav 6i Mrs Cox was returning from a tnp to Caruthersville. Accordin" to ^ She tUrnCd her car ln! to a ditch to avoid striking another machine. She suffered a considerable 'loss of blood from laceration of one nrbl. T?^ 6 C3r ' "Proi*" 1 ^ 0' Lexic myncs, was- considerably damag- SHORTE COLDS PROVtO BY 2 CENtRATIOMT BARGAINS IN NEW ft USED FURNITURE R.J.DODSON >*I E. Miin . PhOM iss For Your Cough? Creoinnkion may be a belter help than you need. It combines [ tevra major helps in one—the best! helps known to science. It is made i for quirt: relief, for safety. j Mild coughs often yield lo lesser licl]ki. No one can tell. No one kr.ous which factor will do most for any certain cough. So careful people, more and more, are uslns Cremmilsion for any couch that Marls. The cost is a little more than a s'nglc help. But your druggist j guarantees It. ?o it costs nothing j I. it fails to bring you quick; lelief. Coushs arc danger signals. • I'er safety's sake, deal with them in iho best way known. —Adv. E Brighfe^ Up (he House wilh HOLLAND POTTED BULBS PER HOX lOc Hvacinths, Ttili|;s, DafTotlils and Chinese Lilirs. Assorted Colors. Ben Franklin Store ' liroachvay & Main Do You Cough? -"—- Mra. F. H. Mcfiihj of 201 Vmtcr Si.. North Lfl- llr Kock, Alk., sl i,|: "\Vlirn I r.fcdcd a ionic to liuil.l n:e t;p afler a lur] ro!d tyy [atl,tr cive n-,c Dr. PKHt's I'aV.tn Jlnllcal Dixovny. The rolil ncjker.ej my b:on- fhfats anj I (O'Kheti qiulc i liii. T lost weicrit "tV""?- mc ol " ani! J k' 1 ^ ^eik Allcr taking l!;e '[)i«ovciy- a jihott lirr.- I • slrcr.gtr inr) it ivis nM lone uniil 1 bltk to no:mal licilUi." All drjEsLls. "If L J wewanledgood work done we'd send our clothes to Barnes' Nu-Wa Cleaners-IJ u)e had clothes!" Phone 180 Careful Leading Essential to Save Ail Trump Tricks MONDAY, JANUARY 22. 193-] Today's Contract Problem South Is playing the contract at two hearts. West opens a club. How should tho declarer play tho hand to makn lliroj hcartp, and perhaps four? . *A10$ 8 ¥'8 4 J 10 9 6 2 *AJ3 AJ 6 'i V AQ103 *KQ7 V K J D 7 6 2 Solution In next Issue. Solution to Previous Contract Problem HV WM. K. McKKNNKV iH-rctary, American Hrldje Lcaiue As a general rule, when you have .1 long suit with two honors in cue hand and ouu in the oilier, and you are slutting to set n|> lliat suit, the proper play is lo iead from the hand containing the (wo honors, with tlic higher of those honors. Hov.'cvcr, (here are exceptions to that rule, and that is the key play In loday's hand, j West's opening lead was (he i three of hearts. The fliit (rick should be won In c'uinmy with the king In case the declarer wishes to lay off one heart trick. If the four clubs to the jick-ten Hrc In the East ha<id, you con not make more than four club trlcku However, If you arc fortunate cnough-as In today's hand-to find the four club', lo the Jack-ten in Ihe West hand the only way Ihat five club trlcbi can be ninde is to lead the nine of clubs instead of the ace, from dummy. East shows out discarding a .sr-r.tle, and South wins the trick vllli ihe king. The fight of clubs thin should be played. West will corer with the ten. and the trick v.'.ll be won in djmmy with the (p'cen. The declarer m\K come back into his own hand before leading i-r.y more clubs. When holding the nnccn In one hand and the ace in the oilier—without the jack—(lie pi-oiwr play Is to kad the ace first ai:d then lead up to the queen. So the declarer now must play the ace of spades from dummy and is fortunate In having West's king drop. The tpade Is relumed unrt won i -lb the queen. Declarer leads another club, which Is tlirouch West's tenace. After cashing th.< other club In dummy, he returns to hts • own 1-nnd with the aca of hearts and cashes the lust club trick for Ilirec no Irump. (Copyright, 1934. NF.A Service Inc ) The Broken Circle" and "Airplane Loops" Sunday's Subjects. The Rev. Car! Bnssctt, revivalist, trombonist and cartoonist, concluded the llrst veek of a two v.'eets revival ill the First Baplist, church ycsteiday. At the morning Eeivlcc he spoke on "The Broken Circle," basins his discourse on I'.'H broken home K 86G 3 + AQ97 K S C 1 3 Duplicate—E. anil W. Vul. Opening lead—y 3. South West Nnvlh East 1'asa Pass 1 + Pass 2 4> rasa 3 jf, Pass 3 N. T. Pass Pass Pass Now we have li-.c clul>a lo the king in the dwiiiin's hand and lour to the :icc-t|iiira in dummy. The natural play ir, lo lead the ace from dummy. Hov.CTer, with this i'articuliir combination the procedure Ls different Of course, if Uw cliths are split three-one, it make: no difference how you play the club suit—you will miikc five tricks. B'.a if the four missing clubs pro in otic hand, t?iere is only one way to make ail the tricks, and thai is to lind the four clubs in the West. "The Proper Thing" Editor's note: Matters concern- Ing etiquette arc answered daily. You are invited to use (he column. "What is to be done about people talking during a theatrical performance?" One'of the rudest and most annoying things that can happen Is to sit near someone at the theater who talks during llx: performance. Biit some of the best people do it! The Authorities on etiquette say it is perfectly permissible to turn and ask the person to stop, and If this Is not effective an usher may be called. However, that sounds hard to do. Perha]is this reminder will be a hint to those who are very careless about this very important matter. "When should a woman remove her hat at the thealcr?" It is permissible to wear -one's hat until just before the curtain rises, but it ma,y be removed sooner. At motion picture thea- Positive Relief For Itchy Rash Cooling and soothing Blue Star Olntmrnt melts on the skin, smd- ins tested medicines deep into pores where it quickly kills itchy rash, tetter, cczemn, ringworm and fnot- ilch torture. Itching ends. Skin heals. Safe, sure, quick, (adv.) their seats. 1ST KEEK OF tere where the j>orformancc Is con- f-ellstic travelogue en his uin n llnuoua m«ny thoughtful women the Holy Land and will dra v « remove their hats even before jiicturc of the Ho)y city This morning the Rev. Mr Bassett talked to the high school sludcms in assembly on "Character Building". He drew two pictures 'The Light Hous?" and "Beauti- iul Isle of Somewhere". Hospital Notes Admitted to the Blytheville hospital: Jewell AKhaliranncr, Manila; Mrs. J. D. Hall, Cooler, Mo • Miss Ruth King, Memphis, Mrs Tom Martin, D':!!-, Mrs. C. j Cox, city; Baby Ralph Collier Holland, Mo. The Rev. Car I Bas&ett circle of Christ's friends, Mary, Martha and Lazaru-;, at the death of Lazarus. In the evening he spoke on 'Aeroplane Loops'' and after describing his experience he said In part: "When I was turning loops in the airplane I was flirting with death. Some of you mtn are flirting wJh hell, r had to stop and come down to the earth before I wua safe. Some of you need to st-.p and turn to the cross of Calvary belore you ore safe." Tonight he will give an evan- HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE Quick Relief, or lou Only Pay When Satisfied If you suffer from High Blood Pressure, dizziness, ringing In the ears, can't sleep at nights, feel veak and shaky, ijad taste, nerv- cus. If your heart pounds and you fear a paralytic stroke, to Demonstrate Dr. Haves' p^bscrip- tion we will send you postpaid, a regular £1 Irca'ment on: absolutely FREE TRIAL. While it is non-specific, man; cases report remarkably quicV relief; often symptoms diminish and normal tleep returns within 3 days. Contains no salts, physics, opiates or cope. Safe with any diet. PAY NOTHING UNLESS GREATLY IMPROVED. Then send. $1. If not improved your report cancels charge. Write Dr. Hayes Ass'n., 0213 Coates, Kansas City, Mo. —Adv. •ne Duj; IVr D.CM MUNCIE, Ind. lUPJMuucie. a town of appro.ximalcly 45,000 i*r- fons, officially has only live flogs.' Three canines have died, or been otherwise removed from (lie city, since last year, doj license records "t the city hall showed recently. Shoot Blf Kajtle LONGMONT, Co: CUPJ-A huyc Rocky Mountain Eagle, a specfe vny rare nowaday;, was shot here " a , tre . e on '"<= city goir course. Hie bird. measures over 6'-. f m firm wingtip to w:ngtip, wa s given to the state museum HRSES KNOW BEST ABODT MOITH WASH To a nur.sj, r.ny Inflammation or irrlla- lion means — be careful- very careful. Especially if it is in the mouth or throat where harmful germs can do so much dam' age. When leading den- lisls and doctors prescribe a certain mouth wr.sh for their patients, that is the one you citi depend on. nnrt iise with full confidence that It is the one you srw.iM be using. This moulh wash wl.ich dentists arc prescribing is railed Prescription Mouth Wash. It is sold in most c'rug stores. Don t guess about the mouth wash you use. Be sure. Nurses know. Slop in for a totlle of it at Robinson Drug Co and *-'r"y Bros, Distributors. —Adv. 2 G. G. Caudill General Insurance "' 106 N. Broadway Phone 797 GRADE A Raw Milk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy PERSONAL -to a Lady This evening when your husband comes home, what would he think if you greeted him in the .wedding dress you wore a good many years .ago? One thing sure—he'd silently wonder how you could have seemed so lovely then in an outfit that looks so old- fashioned now. We wonder if your husband realizes there has been as much change in furniture as in wedding dresses? (Remember what you told him the other day Most of the furniture in this house was boutrht right after we were married.") There,is no better time than now to greet him in that wedding dress—and then show him the furniture advertisements in the newspaper! Todav you can read .about and see pre-views of the furniture shows that will beheld next month, so close at hand. And it will probably .surprise you to learn he is as nterested as you are Men .don't like to go through the stores to,shop. But its quite easy to get them to read over the advertisements in the quiet of your Wouldn't today be a good time to get him to say yes about that new furniture you've been wanting?
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